History Recap / DoctorWhoS10E5TheGreenDeath

11th Jan '16 5:29:44 PM Sharlee
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* CondensationClue: When they both independently infiltrate the chemical plant, the Doctor needs to signal Yates without giving either of them away. Disguised as a cleaning lady, the Doctor soaps up a window, covertly writes a message in the cleanser, then wipes it away after Yates has seen it.
4th Nov '15 8:48:15 AM JamesAustin
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[[caption-width-right:350:This is an actual screenshot of a Doctor Who serial that contains a GreenAesop. [[SincerityMode Seriously.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:This is an actual screenshot of a Doctor Who ''Doctor Who'' serial that contains a GreenAesop. [[SincerityMode Seriously.]]]]
29th Sep '15 5:41:10 AM LondonKdS
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* In one scene set in the Cabinet Office in 10 Downing Street, the British Prime Minister (named only as "Jeremy") orders the Doctor by telephone to stop interfering in Global Chemicals' Business, or he will have imprisoned under the "Emergency Powers Act".
Some commentators believe this fictional PM to be Jeremy Thorpe, at the time leader of the Liberal Party, which was enjoying something of a revival and was widely tipped to be the next government. However, Thorpe's involvement in a homosexual scandal meant this never came about. Since the PM was portrayed as conniving at wide-ranging corrupt and illegal behaviour by a major British corporation, not least the illegal disposal of toxic waste, this may not have been a bad thing.

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* ** In one scene set in the Cabinet Office in 10 Downing Street, the British Prime Minister (named only as "Jeremy") orders the Doctor by telephone to stop interfering in Global Chemicals' Business, or he will have imprisoned under the "Emergency Powers Act".
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Act".[[note]]Some commentators believe this fictional PM to be Jeremy Thorpe, at the time leader of the Liberal Party, which was enjoying something of a revival and was widely tipped to be the next government. However, Thorpe's involvement in a homosexual scandal meant this never came about. Since the PM was portrayed as conniving at wide-ranging corrupt and illegal behaviour by a major British corporation, not least the illegal disposal of toxic waste, this may not have been a bad thing.[[/note]]
16th Jul '15 1:33:21 PM ludditetolpuddle
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16th Jul '15 1:33:20 PM ludditetolpuddle
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* In one scene set in the Cabinet Office in 10 Downing Street, the British Prime Minister (named only as "Jeremy") orders the Doctor by telephone to stop interfering in Global Chemicals' Business, or he will have imprisoned under the "Emergency Powers Act".
Some commentators believe this fictional PM to be Jeremy Thorpe, at the time leader of the Liberal Party, which was enjoying something of a revival and was widely tipped to be the next government. However, Thorpe's involvement in a homosexual scandal meant this never came about. Since the PM was portrayed as conniving at wide-ranging corrupt and illegal behaviour by a major British corporation, not least the illegal disposal of toxic waste, this may not have been a bad thing.
13th May '15 12:42:27 PM Akriloth2160
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[[caption-width-right:350:This is an actual screenshot of a Doctor Who serial that contains a GreenAesop. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Seriously.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:This is an actual screenshot of a Doctor Who serial that contains a GreenAesop. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer [[SincerityMode Seriously.]]]]
3rd May '15 5:49:18 PM JulietF2
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* ImmuneToBullets[=/=]NighInvulnerability: The maggots... bullets, bombs, and even insecticide don't even phase them.

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* ImmuneToBullets[=/=]NighInvulnerability: The maggots... bullets, bombs, and even insecticide don't even phase faze them.
12th Feb '15 11:33:48 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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In the midst of all this, Jo has fallen in love with Clifford, and decides to leave the Doctor to go get married and explore the Amazon rainforest (in that order). She pulls some strings with her uncle to get Clifford all the funding he'll ever need. As the whole group celebrates, the Doctor gives her the blue crystal as an early wedding gift, and leaves, sadly.

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In the midst of all this, Jo has fallen in love with Clifford, and decides to leave the Doctor to go get married and explore the Amazon rainforest (in that order). She pulls some strings with her uncle to get Clifford all the funding he'll ever need. As the whole group celebrates, the Doctor gives her the blue crystal as an early wedding gift, and leaves, sadly.
ask them to save some wedding cake for him. But as the party starts to get into full swing the Doctor quietly slips away, noticed only by Jo who sends him an understanding look.

The Doctor takes one final look back at the cottage, before he, saddened by the departure of his good friend, drives into the sunset.
7th Dec '14 4:19:23 PM Kooshmeister
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* TheManBehindTheMan: Up until BOSS is revealed to be a computer controlling the entire building, he is treated like this by the story. Stevens only communicates with him by office intercom and we're never given any indication he's anything but "the boss," just as everyone keeps calling him. Then when the Doctor gets to the top floor where "the boss'" office supposedly is, only to find loads of computer equipment... we get the WhamLine.

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* TheManBehindTheMan: Up until BOSS is revealed to be a computer controlling the entire building, he is treated like this by the story. Stevens only communicates with him by office intercom and we're never given any indication he's anything but a corrupt human executive - "the boss," just as everyone keeps calling him. Then when the Doctor gets to the top floor where "the boss'" office supposedly is, only to find loads of computer equipment... we get the WhamLine.
7th Dec '14 4:18:49 PM Kooshmeister
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* LogicBomb: Subverted. The Doctor tries to use the Liar Paradox on BOSS, but BOSS completely fails to blow up, stop working, or devote all its circuits to solving the problem. It's just mildly annoyed for a while.

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* LogicBomb: Subverted. The Doctor tries to use the Liar Paradox on BOSS, but BOSS completely fails to blow up, stop working, or devote all its circuits to solving the problem. It's just mildly annoyed for a while. while.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Up until BOSS is revealed to be a computer controlling the entire building, he is treated like this by the story. Stevens only communicates with him by office intercom and we're never given any indication he's anything but "the boss," just as everyone keeps calling him. Then when the Doctor gets to the top floor where "the boss'" office supposedly is, only to find loads of computer equipment... we get the WhamLine.
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