History Recap / DoctorWhoS18E7Logopolis

18th May '16 1:14:23 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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Like any good computer installation, Logopolis has a backup system: it's on Earth, at a giant radio telescope called the Pharos Project. But it turns out the Master has double-crossed the Doctor (which has [[IdiotBall never happened before]]) and is holding the universe hostage to his demands by threatening to knock out the backup system. To show he's serious, he [[ApocalypseHow/ClassX4 lets a fair chunk of the universe dissolve into chaos]]... including Nyssa's home world, Traken. While she watches. No class, Master.

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Like any good The Doctor tells Adric, Nyssa, and Tegan to enter the TARDIS, which he has arranged for the Watcher to pilot out of time and space so they will be safe. Tegan, however, still thinks the Doctor is the best bet for getting home and decides to disobey his order and follows him and the Master as they go to speak to the Monitor. The Monitor reveals to the two that there is a backup plan that might be able to save everything. The people had been completing a program that could automatize its operation, but before the Monitor can boot up the program, him and the computer installation, Logopolis has equipment is swallowed by the entropy field. For a backup system: it's on Earth, at moment all seems lost, but the Doctor, however, realizes that they still have a chance; Logopolis' computer equipment was an exact copy of the Pharos Project, a giant radio telescope called on Earth. The Doctor, the Master, and Tegan then escape from the disintegrating Logopolis in the Master's TARDIS, setting a course for Earth.

Adric and Nyssa, meanwhile, can only watch helplessly, as the encroaching entropy wipes out a potion of the universe. Much to Nyssa's despair it includes Traken.

Landing inside
Pharos Project. But it turns out Project, the Master has double-crossed and the Doctor (which has [[IdiotBall never happened before]]) eventually manage in cooperation to install the backup system and is holding restore balance to the universe hostage universe. But true to his demands by threatening form, the Master decides to double-cross the Doctor; he uses the radio telescope broadcast to a message to all intelligent life in the universe: they must submit to him or else he will knock out the backup system. To show he's serious, he [[ApocalypseHow/ClassX4 lets a fair chunk of system and unleash the universe dissolve into chaos]]... including Nyssa's home world, Traken. While she watches. No class, Master.
entropy field upon everything again.


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* BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord: As the Master announces his threat to destroy the universe unless its people submits to him:
-->'''The Doctor''' ''(outraged)'' Blackmail!\\
'''The Master:''' No, Doctor, I'm merely reporting the state of affairs.
18th May '16 9:45:49 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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After a chat with the Watcher inside the deepest parts of the TARDIS, Adric is able to follow the Doctor, and the ducklings cause enough of a distraction to allow the Doctor to muck up the Master's plans. Fortunately, this leaves the larger part of the universe intact. Unfortunately, the Master and the Doctor break out into a fight on top of the Pharos Tower. The Doctor sees visions of his worst enemies attempting to kill him. Clashing on the gantry, the two Time Lords wrestle to the floor. The Master gets up first and bolts to the controls of the telescope. He tilts the radar dish until the gantry completely flips over, which results in the Doctor falling all the way from the top of the Pharos Tower to his death, but not before he sees images of his various enemies. The cowardly Master runs away in his TARDIS after this cheap act of murder.

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After a chat with the Watcher inside the deepest parts of the TARDIS, Adric is able to follow the Doctor, and the ducklings cause enough of a distraction to allow the Doctor to muck up the Master's plans. Fortunately, this leaves the larger part of the universe intact. Unfortunately, the Master and the Doctor break out into a fight on top of the Pharos Tower. The Doctor sees visions of his worst enemies attempting to kill him. Clashing on the gantry, the two Time Lords wrestle to the floor. The Master gets up first and bolts to the controls of the telescope. He tilts the radar dish until the gantry completely flips over, which results in over. Grabbing a cable and desperately trying to hang on to it, the Doctor falling all the way from the top of the Pharos Tower to his death, but not before he sees images several visions of his various enemies. enemies taunting him. Gradually, his strength begins to fail him, and finally his grasp slips, causing him to fall. The cowardly Master runs away sniggering in his TARDIS after this cheap act of murder.
9th May '16 2:02:55 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds: The Master inadvertently manages to unleash great destruction upon about '''a ''quarter'' of the Universe''', because he didn't fully understand the danger of interfering with Logopolis' operations. It is without a doubt the greatest atrocity he has ever committed on the show, if not the single greatest atrocity ''ever'' depicted on the show, and he basically did it by pure accident.

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* MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds: The Master inadvertently manages to unleash great destruction upon about '''a ''quarter'' of the Universe''', simply because he didn't fully understand the danger of interfering with Logopolis' operations. It is without a doubt the greatest atrocity he has ever committed on the show, if not the single greatest atrocity ''ever'' depicted on the show, and he basically did it by pure accident.
9th May '16 2:01:22 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorld: The Master inadvertently manages to unleash great destruction upon about '''a ''quarter'' of the Universe''', because he didn't fully understand the danger of interfering with Logopolis' operations. It is without a doubt the greatest atrocity he has ever committed on the show, if not the single greatest atrocity ''ever'' depicted on the show, and he basically did it by pure accident.

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* MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorld: MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds: The Master inadvertently manages to unleash great destruction upon about '''a ''quarter'' of the Universe''', because he didn't fully understand the danger of interfering with Logopolis' operations. It is without a doubt the greatest atrocity he has ever committed on the show, if not the single greatest atrocity ''ever'' depicted on the show, and he basically did it by pure accident.
9th May '16 2:01:07 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorld: The Master inadvertently manages to unleash great destruction upon about '''a ''quarter'' of the Universe''', because he didn't fully understand the danger of interfering with Logopolis' operations. It is without a doubt the greatest atrocity he has ever committed on the show, if not the single greatest atrocity ''ever'' depicted on the show, and he basically did it by pure accident.
31st Jan '16 7:33:42 PM Nightsky
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The sonorous ''bong'' of the TARDIS's cloister bell (its OhCrap signal) makes itself heard, so the Doctor and Adric eventually find their way through the nesting [=TARDISes=] back to the outside world. The Doctor suspects that the multiple [=TARDISes=] thing is yet another devious trick of the Master, and dematerializes at once, bound for Logopolis. Tegan, by now extremely confused, finds her way back to the control room and demands to know what the hell is going on and to be put back in 1981 ''right now'', please -- rather shrilly, true, but then again "Sorry I'm late, I accidentally stepped into a spacetimeship that looked exactly like a police box in the company of an alien with an enormous scarf and a swotty maths geek from another dimension" is, as excuses go, pretty lousy. Especially for one's first day on the job.

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The sonorous ''bong'' of the TARDIS's cloister bell (its OhCrap signal) makes itself heard, so the Doctor and Adric eventually find their way through the nesting [=TARDISes=] back to the outside world. The Doctor suspects that the multiple [=TARDISes=] thing is yet another devious trick of the Master, and dematerializes at once, bound for Logopolis. Tegan, by now extremely confused, finds her way back to the control room and demands to know what the hell is going on and to be put back in 1981 ''right now'', please -- rather shrilly, angrily, true, but then again "Sorry I'm late, I accidentally stepped into a spacetimeship that looked exactly like a police box and ended up traveling the universe in the company of an alien with an enormous scarf and a swotty maths geek from another dimension" is, as excuses go, pretty lousy. Especially for one's first day on the job.
29th Jan '16 3:18:40 PM Metz77
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: When Tegan gets lost inside the TARDIS, instead of being astonished by it, she goes and looks for someone to yell at.
27th Nov '15 9:52:35 AM pittsburghmuggle
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Watch it [[http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x102zh_tardismedia_logopolis here]].
20th Aug '15 11:27:37 AM JamesAustin
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After a chat with the Watcher inside the deepest parts of the TARDIS, Adric is able to follow the Doctor, and the ducklings cause enough of a distraction to allow the Doctor to muck up the Master's plans. Fortunately, this leaves the larger part of the universe intact. Unfortunately, the Master and the Doctor break out into a fight on top of the Pharos Tower. The Doctor sees visions of his worst enemies attempting to kill him. Clashing on the gantry, the two Time Lords wrestle to the floor. The Master gets up first and bolts to the controls of the telescope. He tilts the radar dish until the gantry completely flips over, which results in the Doctor falling all the way from the top of the Pharos Tower, to his death. The cowardly Master runs away in his TARDIS after this cheap act of murder.

No doubt facing enormous internal turmoil from his multi-story plummet, the Fourth Doctor sits motionless on the ground. However, the fall was so sudden, it looks as though he doesn't even register pain on his face. [[MadeOfIron Or maybe he has and is trying to psych himself out against the agony of his broken body.]] It seems that way, because his eyes are trance-like as he has several soothing flashes back to his previous companions in that incarnation. The next thing he knows, he's surrounded by the trio of current companions who are quite worried about him, snapping him out of the daze. The Fourth Doctor simply gives them a serene glance and tells the group with an assuring smile, "It's the end... but the moment has been prepared for."

The Watcher approaches and merges into his dead body, and turns out to have been a time/space-transcending echo of Creator/PeterDavison all along. The Doctor [[TheNthDoctor regenerates]] into a young yellow-haired gentleman, who greets everyone with a smile. The Fifth Doctor starts his first day almost drowning in the sheer amount of coat and scarf he's wearing, not to mention chased by some very angry security guards.

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After a chat with the Watcher inside the deepest parts of the TARDIS, Adric is able to follow the Doctor, and the ducklings cause enough of a distraction to allow the Doctor to muck up the Master's plans. Fortunately, this leaves the larger part of the universe intact. Unfortunately, the Master and the Doctor break out into a fight on top of the Pharos Tower. The Doctor sees visions of his worst enemies attempting to kill him. Clashing on the gantry, the two Time Lords wrestle to the floor. The Master gets up first and bolts to the controls of the telescope. He tilts the radar dish until the gantry completely flips over, which results in the Doctor falling all the way from the top of the Pharos Tower, Tower to his death.death, but not before he sees images of his various enemies. The cowardly Master runs away in his TARDIS after this cheap act of murder.

No doubt facing enormous internal turmoil from his multi-story plummet, Dying, the Fourth Doctor sits motionless on the ground. However, the fall was so sudden, it looks as though he doesn't even register pain on his face. [[MadeOfIron Or maybe he has and is trying to psych himself out against the agony of his broken body.]] It seems that way, because his eyes are trance-like as he has several soothing flashes back to his previous companions in that incarnation. The next thing he knows, he's surrounded by the trio of current companions who are quite worried about him, snapping him out of the daze. The Fourth Doctor simply gives them a serene glance and tells the group with an assuring smile, "It's the end... but the moment has been prepared for."

The Watcher approaches and merges into his dead body, and turns out to have been a time/space-transcending echo of Creator/PeterDavison his next incarnation all along. The Doctor [[TheNthDoctor regenerates]] into a young yellow-haired blonde gentleman, who greets everyone with a smile. The [[Creator/PeterDavison Fifth Doctor Doctor]] starts his first day almost drowning in the sheer amount of coat and scarf he's wearing, not to mention chased by some very angry security guards.
7th Apr '15 5:13:52 PM umbralcorax
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* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped Him Off A Radio Tower]]: What causes the Doctor's regeneration.
* EnforcedMethodActing: Possibly unintentional. When the director ordered Peter Davison to sit up, he did so in a tone that made Peter think he was doing something wrong. His look of surprise is genuine.

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* [[DroppedABridgeOnHim Dropped Him Off A Radio Tower]]: What causes the Doctor's regeneration.
* EnforcedMethodActing: Possibly unintentional. When the director ordered Peter Davison to sit up, he did so in a tone that made Peter think he was doing something wrong. His look of surprise is genuine.
regeneration.
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