History Recap / BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega

19th Feb '16 6:22:11 AM Berrenta
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* TheMerch: There's an Omega gift shop.

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* TheMerch: There's [[invoked]]There's an Omega gift shop.
23rd Aug '15 8:00:32 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: [[MobyDick Captain Ahab]].

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* ShoutOut: [[MobyDick [[Literature/MobyDick Captain Ahab]].
29th Dec '13 9:28:36 AM Dutchtica
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* [[spoiler: AndThenJohnWasAZombie: The focus of the story is actually Omega, once again with a copy of the Doctor's body after "Arc Of Infinity". The real Doctor doesn't show up until the end of part 3.]]

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* [[spoiler: AndThenJohnWasAZombie: The focus of the story is actually Omega, once again with a copy of the Doctor's body after "Arc Of Infinity". The real Doctor doesn't show up until the end of part 3.]]



* EnergyBeing: Omega [[spoiler: thinks he's this]].
** And [[spoiler: the Citellians, which caused the Doctor to accidentally murder their entire race because he couldn't see them]].
* EvilSoundsDeep: Omega [[spoiler:puts on a deep booming voice half the time, and sounds like Creator/PeterDavison when he thinks he's the Doctor]].

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* EnergyBeing: Omega [[spoiler: thinks he's this]].
** And [[spoiler: the
The Citellians, which caused the Doctor to accidentally murder their entire race because he couldn't see them]].
them.
* EvilSoundsDeep: Omega [[spoiler:puts puts on a deep booming voice half the time, and sounds like Creator/PeterDavison when he thinks he's the Doctor]].Doctor.



* [[spoiler: INeverToldYouMyName]]
* JackTheRipoff

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* [[spoiler: INeverToldYouMyName]]
* JackTheRipoff
JackTheRipoff: The other being that calls itself Omega.



* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Ertikus was on his last regeneration when Omega snaps his neck]].

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* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: Ertikus was on his last regeneration when Omega snaps his neck]].neck.



* OutOfCharacterAlert: For the audience; [[spoiler: the Fifth Doctor never travelled alone, and other Big Finish releases where he's alone have him mentioning where his companions are.]]

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* OutOfCharacterAlert: For the audience; [[spoiler: the Fifth Doctor never travelled alone, and other Big Finish releases where he's alone have him mentioning where his companions are.]]



* TooDumbToLive: [[spoiler: Sentia]].
* TheReveal: The Doctor is [[spoiler: really Omega, and he's responsible for the murders.]]

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* TooDumbToLive: [[spoiler: Sentia]].
* TheReveal: The Doctor is [[spoiler: really Omega, and he's responsible for the murders.]]



* TalkativeLoon: The Doctor [[spoiler: / Omega pulls this on the other fragment of Omega]].

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* TalkativeLoon: The Doctor [[spoiler: / Omega pulls this on the other fragment of Omega]].Omega.
8th Dec '13 2:28:39 PM Pikawil
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* CallBack: Amsterdam is mentioned, as well as [[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E6TheInvasionOfTime the Sontaron invasion of Gallifrey]].

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* CallBack: Amsterdam is mentioned, as well as [[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E6TheInvasionOfTime the Sontaron Sontaran invasion of Gallifrey]].
1st Dec '13 5:19:31 PM LongLiveHumour
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* EvilSoundsDeep: Omega [[spoiler:puts on a deep booming voice half the time, and sounds like PeterDavison when he thinks he's the Doctor]].

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* EvilSoundsDeep: Omega [[spoiler:puts on a deep booming voice half the time, and sounds like PeterDavison Creator/PeterDavison when he thinks he's the Doctor]].
9th Nov '13 9:23:23 PM Pikawil
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The first part of the "Villains Trilogy": three standalone episodes that explore how the Doctor are his archenemies are NotSoDifferent in the end. The other two parts are [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega "Davros"]] and [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho049Master "Master"]]. The trilogy also thematically paved the road for the next episode, "Zagreus", although that episode is not standalone and is instead part of the Eighth Doctor's StoryArc.

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The first part of the "Villains Trilogy": three standalone episodes that explore how the Doctor are his archenemies are NotSoDifferent in the end. The other two parts are [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho048Davros "Davros"]] and [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho049Master "Master"]]. The trilogy also thematically paved the road for the next episode, "Zagreus", although that episode is not standalone and is instead part of the Eighth Doctor's StoryArc.
23rd Sep '13 3:07:42 PM MrThorfan64
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* SequelEpisode: Apparently this adventure takes place almost directly after [[[[Recap/DoctorWhoS20E1ArcOfInfinity The Arc of Infinity]].

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* SequelEpisode: Apparently this adventure takes place almost directly after [[[[Recap/DoctorWhoS20E1ArcOfInfinity [[Recap/DoctorWhoS20E1ArcOfInfinity The Arc of Infinity]].
23rd Jul '13 3:36:41 AM Solle
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The Doctor is right confused about this whole thing, especially once the [[TheReveal real Fifth Doctor vworps]] in three quarters into the story, sent there by the Time Lords because they got a distress call from "him". Five explains that when Omega made another copy of his body after Amsterdam, bits of the Doctor's memory came with it. And basically, Omega is completely insane now, making funny voices at himself, thinking he's both the Doctor and Omega, sending out distress calls to Gallifrey and ripping off people's hands.

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The Doctor is right confused about this whole thing, especially once the [[TheReveal real Fifth Doctor vworps]] in vworps in]] three quarters into the story, sent there by the Time Lords because they got a distress call from "him". Five explains that when Omega made another copy of his body after Amsterdam, bits of the Doctor's memory came with it. And basically, Omega is completely insane now, making funny voices at himself, thinking he's both the Doctor and Omega, sending out distress calls to Gallifrey and ripping off people's hands.
21st Apr '13 4:43:52 AM SeptimusHeap
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Omega, coping with extreme LossOfIdentity and really just wanting to go home and live happily ever after with Sentia, reveals the reason he became an exile from Gallifrey. During the big interstellar coup that he staged together with Rassilon, he made the choice to commit genocide in order to secure a planet. Vandekirian was never treacherous -- he only tried to save those people. And when Omega was exiled, Rassilon -- LikeAWeasel -- praised his old friend in order to move up in Time Lord society, clearing Omega's name. Also, Omega eventually reveals that as a student, he was the one who inspired the bedtime story of Peylix... because he was Peylix, and the story was more mundane and {{adorkable}} than any of Gallifrey's high and epic tales.

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Omega, coping with extreme LossOfIdentity and really just wanting to go home and live happily ever after with Sentia, reveals the reason he became an exile from Gallifrey. During the big interstellar coup that he staged together with Rassilon, he made the choice to commit genocide in order to secure a planet. Vandekirian was never treacherous -- he only tried to save those people. And when Omega was exiled, Rassilon -- LikeAWeasel OpinionFlipflop -- praised his old friend in order to move up in Time Lord society, clearing Omega's name. Also, Omega eventually reveals that as a student, he was the one who inspired the bedtime story of Peylix... because he was Peylix, and the story was more mundane and {{adorkable}} than any of Gallifrey's high and epic tales.
10th Apr '13 9:44:48 AM Dutchtica
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The final part of the "Villains Trilogy": three standalone episodes that explore how the Doctor are his archenemies are NotSoDifferent in the end. The other two parts are [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega "Davros"]] and [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho049Master "Master"]]. The trilogy also thematically paved the road for the next episode, "Zagreus", although that episode is not standalone and is instead part of the Eighth Doctor's StoryArc.

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The final first part of the "Villains Trilogy": three standalone episodes that explore how the Doctor are his archenemies are NotSoDifferent in the end. The other two parts are [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho047Omega "Davros"]] and [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWho049Master "Master"]]. The trilogy also thematically paved the road for the next episode, "Zagreus", although that episode is not standalone and is instead part of the Eighth Doctor's StoryArc.
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