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Doctor Who Story xx – Farewell, Sarah Jane & Daleks!

Farewell, Sarah Jane

Oh, this is a story! It’s about Sarah Jane, not Elisabeth.

Apparently every companion came to her service.

Haha! Random tricker plot as a side note.

This is nicer than I expected.


Clive’s grown up!

Aww, Luke has a picture of him with him mum framed.

They keep saying him about the Doctor, she’s a she.

The Archive of Islos

Well, the animation is shit, and it looks more like Star Wars than Doctor Who.

Why does that space Dalek have a hullahoop around it?

Do you wish to apply for a membership card?

Robot to Dalek

So far only Daleks and Robots have spoken, and if this series continues like this, I will hate it.

The way Daleks move on the spot when chatting is reminding me of a a little kid who needs to pee.

There’s a lot of long silences for a 14 minute episode.

The Sentinel of the Fifth Galaxy

The green blob is after the Daleks. Now it feels like original Star Trek. That would be better.

Now I want to write comedy shows where we just replace the audio from animated Star Trek.

Oh shit, Green Blob is massacring Skaro.

It must be Fun to voice the DaLEKKKKS! So much UPTAAAALK!

It’s Dalek Stonehenge. Perhaps the most famous of the henges.

That’s some heavy Dalek on Dalek action.

Green Blob is still after them.

Planet of the Mechanoids

More robots. So many robots in this show talking to one another.

Really? These Daleks can’t wait five minutes?

The Deadly Ally

Green blobs are coming for you.

Why do Daleks go extinct so often?

Do you think the Mechanoids will kill the two remaining Daleks? Find out next time on, Daleks!

Day of Reckoning

So the Doctor is not there because she’s not involved in every aspect of Dalek history. However, she is immortal, has lived more lives than the 13 we know. So on a large enough timescale, the Doctor will be there for every instance of Dalek history.

If the Mechanoids really wanted to make the Daleks extinct, they should have just killed them while they were on their planet.

See, now there’s all these other Daleks, that was just stupid.

Shoot the emperor!

The animation is garbage.

So, that was a thing. I don’t recommend watching it.

Doctor Who Serial 078 – Genesis of the Daleks

This might be the best Doctor Who serial yet.

The Doctor is sent to Skaro by the Time Lords. His mission is to stop the development of the Daleks. The Thals and the Kaleds have been warring for thousands of years. The Kaleds are led by their chief scientist, Davros. Seeing that the Kaleds were changing into mutants needed a mobility device. He plans to use this mobility device to be a weapon of mass-destruction, and with genetic modification, remove all emotions from the Kaleds except hate. They will be the ultimate killing machine… THE DALEKS!

The episode was rivotting. It was fun. It was everything television should be, and that Doctor Who so rarely is. This is why I’m doing this!

Doctor Who Serial 072 – Death To The Daleks

Another episode I’m not fond of. The Doctor finds himself on a planet where the Daleks and a human expedition must team up to strip the natural resources from a planet without the forethought to ask the native inhabitants, the Exxilons.

Obviously the Exxilons don’t like this.

The show is ridiculous, and The Doctor has work his way through a maze and prove his intelligence, with the Daleks close behind. It’s kinda like that episode of Stargate SG-1 where Merlin has some puzzles that Humans must solve to be able to gain access to his knowledge and they’re basic logic puzzles, like the one where you have to put the runes in order, but it’s just basic numerals with their mirror image connected to it.. Well, take that and dumb it down a few hundred times. The Doctor has to do a maze that is included on a kids’ menu at Pizza Hut.

The Daleks are rarely good. Hopefully they soon add Davros to give them a voice.

DOCTOR WHO SERIAL 068 – Planet Of The Daleks

I got tired of Doctor Who and as such, I stopped watching it for a bit between episodes 5 and 6 of “Planet of the Daleks.” It wasn’t a very good episode, and I’m very tired of Jon Pertwee. I never loved him as The Doctor and I’m ready for Tom Baker. Except I still have 32 more episodes of the Pertwee era.

The one thing that should’ve kept me interested in this serial is the fact that The Doctor and his co-conspirators dress up like Sesame Street monsters to hide from the Daleks.

This might sound strange, but here’s the thing. There’s another creature in this story, who ally themselves with the Daleks, they’re off-brand Muppets. These Mooppets are furry and purple. The Doctor and crew skin them (alive?) and hide in their carcass.

Family fun!™

The Daleks are developing a personal cloaking device, and the Thals from the planet Skaro are there trying to stop. If you forgot about the Thals, they were from the first episode about The Daleks.

Stuff happens, they drown an entire fleet of Daleks. The Doctor runs around corridors.

Doctor Who Serial 060 – Day of the Daleks

Synopsis: Jon Pertwee’s Doctor faces his first Dalek invasion. There’s a man who is organizing a peace conference. An assassination attempt is made. The failed assassin vanished. The Doctor is called.

The Doctor feels, the smartest course of action would be to stay at the haunted house and drink some wine.


I knew there was a reason I liked Doctor Who. Jo and The Doctor relax and suddenly are faced with a break in by a guerrilla army. They discover that this militia is a group of rebels who are revolting against a Dalek invasion in the 22nd century. The Daleks are using a lower species (who look like Klingons) to be their pawns in this war against the Humans.


It’s odd because we know in the 22nd century Klingons will make their way to Earth, leading to an early launch of the USS Enterprise NX-01.  In addition, the future rebels use a time machine that looks conspicuously like a tricorder. I’m pretty sure that this is a Star Trek crossover.


We also find The Doctor fighting a Dalek invasion in the 22nd century. Something that happened once before. It make me wonder if The Doctor is interfering with events that he once fixed already. I do wonder if this is something that was planned before or not.

Overall, this wasn’t the greatest episode. It was silly, but not that exciting, most of the action involved The Doctor with his feet up. Also compared to Into The Dalek which aired a two days ago, it falls on its face. But we’re not at the point where we’re reviewing Capaldi episodes. that’ll have to wait. In the meantime… here’s a clip from The Two Doctors.