History Recap / DoctorWhoS21E2TheAwakening

13th Jul '15 2:51:56 PM AndIntroducingALeg
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* SealedEvilInACan: The can in this case being a church.
5th Feb '15 1:54:54 AM LondonKdS
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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: The Malus, which is Latin for "evil" and sounds like "malice".
3rd Jan '15 10:24:12 PM PaulA
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* MalevolentArchitecture: The Malus is a wall monster, and while the building it's housed in isn't malevolent (after all, it is a church), it ends up getting destroyed along with it.
16th Sep '14 2:04:24 PM AndIntroducingALeg
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* WhatYearIsThis: The Doctor asks Will this question. Will is quite excited, as he's pretty sure he knows the answer to this one.
30th Jul '14 4:01:08 PM bobJohnson
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'''WARNING! THERE MAY BE UNMARKED SPOILERS!'''
25th Jun '14 4:36:48 AM TheWildWestPyro
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19th Jun '14 12:48:35 AM Solle
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Meanwhile, the Doctor, Will and local plucky schoolteacher Jane Hampden discover the source of the trouble inside the local church: it is, of course, all caused by [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Malus]], an evil time-travelling alien war machine feeding on psychic energy. Can the Doctor, the schoolteacher, the urchin, and the companions, plus Tegan's grandad, save the day? Will Tegan go quietly? Will there be tea? Yes.

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Meanwhile, the Doctor, Will and local plucky schoolteacher Jane Hampden discover the source of the trouble inside the local church: it is, of course, all caused by [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast the Malus]], an evil time-travelling alien war machine feeding on psychic energy. Can the Doctor, the schoolteacher, the urchin, and the companions, plus Tegan's grandad, granddad, save the day? Will Tegan go quietly? Will there be tea? Yes.
19th Jun '14 12:48:27 AM Solle
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So after their traumatic encounter with [[strike:PeopleInRubberSuits]] the Silurans and Sea Devils, the TARDIS crew aim to spend a restful time visiting Tegan's grandfather in his little English village. WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong? (Stop sniggering at the back)

Well, something's gone very wrong with the local historical reenactment event, for one, with real violence, people staggering about with MindControlEyes, projections from the 17th Century, including muddy urchin Will, and Tegan's grandfather has gone missing. Little Hodcombe's local squirearchy, Sir George Hutchinson and his friends, meanwhile, have come under a malign influence and gone all VillainBall.

After initially leading Tegan and Turlough into the village in the manner of a worn-down parent with two squabbling kids, the Doctor gets the picture, and sends the companions back to the TARDIS so that he can conduct a "scientific investigation" while they stay safe. [[OnceAnEpisode Instead, they find the Malice is already inside the TARDIS, so they go to tell the Doctor and get in trouble]], Tegan finding herself unwillingly crowned as Queen of the May, while Turlough gets locked in with Tegan's grandfather after being snuck up on by a man in a suit of armour whose resemblance to the knight with the rubber chicken out of ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' is bound to be totally accidental.

Meanwhile, the Doctor, Will and local plucky schoolteacher Jane Hampden discover the source of the trouble inside the local church: it is, of course, all caused by [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The Malus]], an evil time-travelling alien war machine feeding on psychic energy. Can the Doctor, the schoolteacher, the urchin, and the companions, plus Tegan's grandad, save the day? Will Tegan go quietly? Will there be tea? Well, what do you think?

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So after After their traumatic encounter with [[strike:PeopleInRubberSuits]] [[PeopleInRubberSuits the Silurans and Sea Devils, Devils]], the TARDIS crew aim to spend a restful time visiting Tegan's grandfather in his little English village. WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong? WhatCouldPossiblyGoWrong (Stop sniggering at the back)

back.)

Well, something's gone very wrong with the local historical reenactment event, for one, with real violence, people staggering about with MindControlEyes, projections from the 17th Century, including muddy urchin Will, and Tegan's grandfather has gone missing. event. Little Hodcombe's local squirearchy, Sir George Hutchinson and his friends, meanwhile, have come under a some malign influence influence. The reenactment suddenly involves real violence, people staggering about with MindControlEyes, and projections from the 17th Century (including muddy urchin Will). And on top of all that, Tegan's grandfather has gone all VillainBall.

missing.

After initially leading Tegan and Turlough into the village in the manner of a worn-down parent with two squabbling kids, the Doctor gets the picture, and sends the companions back to the TARDIS so that he can conduct a "scientific investigation" while they stay safe. [[OnceAnEpisode Instead, they find that the Malice Malus is already inside the TARDIS, so they go to tell the Doctor and get in trouble]], trouble]]. Tegan finding finds herself unwillingly crowned as Queen of the May, while Turlough gets locked in with Tegan's grandfather after being snuck up on by a man in a suit of armour whose resemblance to the knight with the rubber chicken out of ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus'' is bound to be totally accidental.

Meanwhile, the Doctor, Will and local plucky schoolteacher Jane Hampden discover the source of the trouble inside the local church: it is, of course, all caused by [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The the Malus]], an evil time-travelling alien war machine feeding on psychic energy. Can the Doctor, the schoolteacher, the urchin, and the companions, plus Tegan's grandad, save the day? Will Tegan go quietly? Will there be tea? Well, what do you think?
Yes.
2nd May '14 12:26:29 AM kaiserpluto
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* AlienBlood: The psychic projection of the Malus inside the Tardis has what look like green blood oozing out of its eyes and mouth. (Whether it the Malus actual blood is unknown)


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* EvilIsNotAToy: Hutchinson tried to exploit the Malus for his own end, but instead, the creature began to use him by organizing the war games
20th Mar '14 5:16:42 PM foxley
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