Tag Archives: Leela

Doctor Who Serial 097 – The Invasion of Time

Part One

Leela, don’t be a jerk. Why is everyone a jerk to K9? The Doctor is rubbing off on you.

Oh, the Doctor is taking his job as President.

Part Two

That seems dumb, trying to take Leela against her will.

Oh Doctor! Don’t break the fourth wall.

The Doctor is evil!!! E–VILLE

Part Three

The Doctor seems to be as reliable of a president as Donald Trump.

That pink and pink outfit is amazing.

How are Time Lords so absolutely useless. No idea how to survive outside for a few days. I’m not saying I’m a wilderness master, but I think I could figure out shelter, food and water.

Wait, so every President of Gallifrey gets a sycophant who is willing to enact any fascist dictate without question?

This guy is in his 10th regeneration… aka David Tennant1 era. He’s saying he’s slow because of that. Tennant was pretty agile.

The Doctor asks, “Do you know what this is?” as he opens his coat up to reveal… a scarf.

Part Four

I really love that crown on the Doctor.

The special effect for the conquerors of Gallifrey is absolutely terrible.

Oh shit, Sontarans! Hit them in the exhaust port!

I really love that they too realized that the shimmering aliens were a terrible story halfway through and switched to Sontarans.

Part Five

The Doctor isn’t the type to hide his identity.

Okay, the Sontarans were incapacitated by the sound. The Doctor could have hit their exhaust port.

Oh Leela, nice throw.

Wow, your panic room sucks so much. The Sontarans got in there with less than a fuss.

Part Six

Why do bits of the TARDIS look like a warehouse?

It’s nice to see the TARDIS pool. It’s a bit tacky.

Leela’s leaving for love… and K9 is leaving, too!

  1. I originally thought that 10th regeneration was Matt Smith, but then I remembered that there’s the War Doctor []

Doctor Who Serial 096 – Underworld

Part One

Doctor, don’t tell your friends to shut up. You can be such an asshole.

“Time ships of the Gods!”

I like their mellow gun. I want a gun you can shoot at someone and it’s as if they took a deep toke.1

These people have regenerated a thousand times. That’s pretty cool. So why do the Time Lords have a limit on regeneration?

“He’s my second best friend, aren’t you, K9?” “Affirmative.” I don’t like dogs, I’m a cat person, but I would totally take a K9.

Leela being angry about getting stoned against her will is fucking hilarious. But also consent is important.

Unrelated, my house smells good, I’m making roasted potatoes.

“The canisters are degrading!”

Part Two

Ahh! They’re crashing!

So there’s multiple species at war on this proto-planet that looks like it’s a green screen.

I don’t quite get why the ship people are now okay with a Time Lord around, but they seem to like the Doctor.

Part Three

Wow, that guy’s sitting in clouds of gas and doesn’t notice for quite some time.

“No time? Don’t say that to me, I’m a Time Lord!” Lines like that are why Tom Baker is considered the best Doctor.

“It’s zero gravity like in space,” oh the special effects are going to be amazing! I love that the Doctor is flapping his scarf like a bird.

REVOLUTION! This is the second story where the Doctor incites revolution.

K9 is surprisingly mobile on those rocky rocks. Except, they’re all in a blue screen room with a completely flat floor and I’m not sure why.

HAHAHA! The executioner people look like Minions.

Part Four

This story is really bad. In addition, the special effects are terrible, even for Doctor Who standards. It’s like they decided to try to push beyond their means and fell on their face.

Why does Doctor Who and all 60s and 70s sci-fi think having a computer run a civilization is a bad thing?

  1. I’m allowed to talk about that, I’m Canadian, it’s legal here. []

Doctor Who Serial 095 – The Sun Makers

Part One

Pluto, the distant future. The planet has been terraformed and is now orbited by artificial suns, provided by the rapacious company who ruthlessly exploit the relocated human workforce. The Doctor, Leela, and K9 arrive and befriend a luckless drone worker, but they must flee with him to the dark undercity…

Umm, actually, Pluto isn’t a planet.

This episode seems to be an anti-tax creed.

I was about to comment on the Doctor’s comment on machine minds being feeble, but then K9 proved him wrong. Hooray for K9.

The rooftop scene where the Doctor and Leela save the over-taxed dude from suicide is hilarious and wonderful.

Oh, he called the Doctor “citizen” so this is a parallel to communism, comrade.

I think the Doctor should let Leela cut someone’s heart out. She really wants to.

Part Two

Doctor, don’t you know that smoking isn’t healthy?

That Plutonian has a really big thumbnail, like the size of my big toe nail… and I wear size 14 shoes.

That dude needs some glasses.

This guy looks like Fred Willard and sounds like Michael Palin.

The Doctor totally wants to bang her.

That guard is incompetent.

“Hmm, tell me Citizen Doc-tor.”

The Plutonians wear great hats.

Part Three

That steering wheel doesn’t seem like it’s usable.

K9 saying that duplication is unnecesary when the Doctor was already halfway through the duplication. So he could either walk back to stop the duplication or walk back to finish the duplication.

The CEO reminds me of terrible Doctor Who villain Max Capricorn.

I have a feeling Leela isn’t about to die.

Part Four

Looking at the title of this episode, I’m wondering when they’re going to explain what “Sun Makers” are and why Pluto has so many suns. Is it like Star Trek where they were talking about worshipping the sun, but meant the son (Jesus)?

Oh yeah, they’re killing Leela. Whoever cast this guy as the villain is terrible.

An aside. I’m watching WKRP, as well as Doctor Who. Not at the same time. Why is Jennifer thought as the hot one, Bailey’s much better looking.

Okay, so this episode isn’t anti-tax as much as it is pro-worker.

Workers of the world, unite!

The Communist Manifesto (1848) by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels

Grinding oppression of the masses is the only policies that pays dividends.

Let’s revolt! End capitalism!

Why are they cracking the safe when they should be busy putting out the message to the masses announcing the revolution?

HAHA! Throwing Fred Willard off the building was amazing.

So they mean literal suns.

I think the Doctor won and the people are free.

That was so British. Man runs in “sorry I’m late.”

Doctor Who Serial 094 – Image of the Fendahl

Part One

These scientists have obviously never heard of time travel. That skull could have belonged to a time traveller. Oooo-wee-oooo

Well that is why K9 isn’t in this episode. The Doctor broke him.

Leela’s wearing the most boob-a-licious dress I’ve seen in a while. How come the Doctor never wears such a low cut top. I think Tom Baker could’ve pulled it off.

There’s something so lovely about Tom Baker’s voice.

Part Two

How are there so many people in the Whoniverse who can convince other people not to call the cops?

Part Three

The skull is hypnotizing the Doctor, take your hand off of it.

Part Four

I have no idea what is going on. Maybe I shouldn’t have spent all of episode three looking at Boaty Weekender passes that I can’t afford or justify.

Doctor Who Serial 093 – The Invisible Enemy

Part One

That’s the weirdest design for the bridge of a shuttle craft. Also, are they in la-z-boys?

Oh, the Doctor switched back to the main control room. That’s nice. Except he’s calling it the “number two control room.” I disagree.

C’mon! Have a drink before you shoot people. That’s the least you could do.

Damn, Leela, that hat looks good on you.

That knife looked like rubber. I needed a “BOING” sound effect.

Part Two

I forgot that K9 shows up at some point in this story. I can’t wait for that. Also, really digging this soundtrack while the Doctor is in hospital.

That receptionist is so rude. “Computer says no.”

K9! He’s there! “Affirmative, master!” I didn’t know he was a medical doggy before he was a time traveller.

I like that their English has migrated over the past 3000 years and the spelling on all the walls have changed.

The doctor who is attending the Doctor made K9 because he was lonely. That’s so lovely.

This is overexposed.

Hmm, 4th millenium when we first cloned… they forgot about Dolly.

Nice that Gallifreyan technology is compatible with Human technology from this century.

“I’m shrinking, and my clothes are shrinking too, and my voice is getting higher in proportion to my shrinking!” Mahatma Gandhi

Part Three

Oh god, clone Doctor and clone Leela are being flushed down the toilet.

How convenient it is that the wall K9 was going to blast already had cut marks!

“That is why my brain is so much superior to yours.” God damn, you’re an asshole, Doctor.

Hahaha! Leela is being attacked by balloons.

NO! They made contact with K9!

Yay, K9 is better, but his master has been taken over by the virus.

Hahaha! How did he walk around the Nucleus and not see it?

Part Four

Let’s do this! Part four, yeah! I’m enjoying this one.

HAHAHAHA! The nucleus cannot move, so the other actors have to help it.

Poor K9, he’s getting blowed up. Aww, he has a leash.

Leela was barely pinning that guy down. I think she was killing him with underarm smell.

The Doctor got K9 as a gift from his doctor. That’s really nice.

Doctor Who Serial 092 – Horror of Fang Rock

Part One

Yar! There be a fog coming up!

Excellent hat, Doctor.

Once again, The Doctor is accused of murdering a character. It seems pretty cliché, but worse that they did it two stories in a row. They could have prevented that.

Part Two

Doctor Who characters need to learn to believe the eyes of other characters in Doctor Who.

Part Three

The gentleman from the upper chamber is an asshole. I like the man from the Commons. Then again, the Doctor himself is a bit of an asshole.

Leela’s callousness is fantastic!

Part Four

He’s dead, Jim.

Oh, we’re seeing Rutans for the first time. They don’t seem to care about Humans, maybe the Sontarans should destroy them.

That tentacle wrapping around the neck of the Member of the Commons was so hilarious I laughed out loud.

The Rutan sounds too much like a Dalek.

Doctor Who Serial 091 – The Talons of Weng-Chiang

Part One

Let’s start with racism. Holy shit. All the supporting Chinese characters are played by Chinese actors, but the main one is played by John Bennett, the whitest British actor you can imagine. I am tempted to just skip this episode, but it is considered to be one of the best. From now on we will be referring to Weng-Chiang as Racist Depiction of Asian Person.

That woman plays an impeccable witch.

“Carrying a body, a European body,” at least they’re right about cops being racist.

Rat hair, long rat hair, that seems improbable, but apparently Racist Depiction of Asian Person is the “god of abundance” and can “make things grow.”

Part Two

Why are they trusting the Doctor in the mortuary. Isn’t he a suspect?

The theatre owner has the greatest nose I’ve ever seen.

Oh, Racist Depiction of Asian Person is in service of another. Oh, his lord is a time traveler from the future.

Big Nose got hypnotized to remember the hypnotism that made him forget.

Can I just say that this is the shittiest Muppet I have ever seen. Kermit would be crying.

Leela’s culinary skills are fun.

“One thing I can swear is he was a Chinese.” *facepalm*

SHIT! The Muppet is going to kill Leela!

Part Three

Leela’s taken out shitty Muppet without breaking a sweat. That’s my problem with Doctor Who cliffhangers, they are never actually difficult for our heroes to get out of.

The Doctor wants an elephant gun. He’s going hunting.

Leela’s gonna meet the giant rat.

Big Nose is worried about “missing females.” I think he might be a Ferengi, but they’re big ears.

All while I’m watching this Doctor Who, I’m also in the #Toronto channel of the MacAdmins slack, and it’s a bloody rollercoaster in there. Things working, not working, working again, not working. Woo, oh, the episode ended.

Part Four

HAHAHA! That rat is amazing!

The Doctor is very prescient.

There’s a dead man in the box!

Part Five

That’s a pretty evil laugh.

They’ve got the time cabinet.

Ugly Muppet is the worst thing Doctor Who has ever done.

Run Big Nose!

I don’t believe either of those dumb waiters have enough strength to lift themselves in a dumb waiter.

The evil dude is disfigured, oh, that explains why he’s evil. *facepalm*

Part Six

Jelly baby?

Wow, this guy is so desperate. How did he ever get as far as he did?

Wait, he was the Minister of Justice? He’s a whiny baby.

Ugly Muppet is defying his master. I’m not sure why.

Doctor Who Serial 090 – The Robots of Death

Part One

That’s pretty heavy foreshadowing. Robots are going to rip someone’s arm off.

“That’s silly” says Leela as she learned about how the TARDIS works. She’s right. She’s very very right.

Oh my god, these hats are divine.

Shit, that robot has red eyes, that can only mean one thing… ARMS ABOUT TO RIPPED OFF!

Big hat commander is talking into his Apple Watch.

Damn, the dude was strangled, no arms ripped off.

If your buddy gives you an alibi, don’t throw a hole in it.

Part Two

That last episode led to a two hour nap. Not sure what that means for part two, but here we go…. *dum de dum, dum de dum, dum de dum, dum de dum…*

Well, they killed the brown dude. Of course.

Everyone here is jumping to conclusions. They were foreshadowing about robot murders, obviously it’s the robots! Also, the title is “Robots of Death.” Look at the script!

That guy really doesn’t like Jelly Babies.

Big hat leader looks a lot like Tim Curry.

Well, now they’re pointing figures, so that’s good, but no one is pointing to robots, except the Doctor. Maybe he’s right.

Also, I love their makeup.

Looks like the robots are getting their commands from a meat person.

Part Three

Everyone is about to die, I bet they’ll get out of this scrape.

Well, that was easy, but new problem, their car is sinking.

Part Four

Had a nice swim in the lake, time for part four. THEN DINNER!

That was handy, there was a dude there to save the Doctor.

These robots are assholes.

It’s a really ingenious feature to turn the eyes red on any robot that is jailbroken.

“They call it robophobia” might be the greatest line of dialogue ever. This is high quality psychology.

YES! The Doctor is defeating the back guy by using helium to change his voice so the robots don’t obey his commands. They’re changing his voice with post-production, it should’ve been done on set with actual helium, it sounds terrible. How come the Doctor’s voice never changed? Oh, they answered it, he’s a Time Lord.

Doctor Who Serial 089 – The Face of Evil

Part One

There’s a great god named Zynon! I’m down for this. We’re meeting Leela a lot quicker than I expected we would.

I like their Jelly Baby exchange quite a bit.

Leela gained trust in the Doctor quite quickly.

I love the ridiculous priest.

So these dudes are praying to an alien who crashed on their planet. Cool.

Tom Baker’s head a-la Mount Rushmore is great.

Part Two

“I like the hat, very fetching” was pretty much what I was thinking.

Is that the Doctor’s voice on the radio? Okay, so they confirmed it.

Hahaha, flinging the Cybermat at the dude, and making him run away screaming was delightful.

That is some bad blue screen.

Part Three

He’s dead with some spectacular acting. /s

Who are you?

Part Four

If you’re going to fight with the Doctor, use his scarf against him!

It’s another journey of wandering around hallways. Their fighting against a computer, but the computer doesn’t seem too excited to kill the Doctor. I don’t think it’s because the writer wanted complexity, I think it’s because the writer is bad.

“Where the beams… are… coming… from.” This guy went to the Shatner School of Acting.

The hat the Doctor’s wearing reminds me of Doc Brown.

Okay, before I resume Doctor Who, can we talk about that last second of that Back To The Future scene? Christopher Lloyd’s reaction is perfect. That movie has such a great and tight script.

The Doctor giving the group on the planet a button to destroy the supercomputer, but it looks like a Staples easy button.

Okay, I like Leela, forcing herself into the Doctor’s life.