History Recap / DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror

21st Apr '18 6:01:38 PM batguy
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The one with [[WesternAnimationSouthPark crab people]].

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The one with [[WesternAnimationSouthPark [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark crab people]].
21st Apr '18 6:00:42 PM batguy
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The one with [[WesternAnimationSouthPark crab people]]].

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The one with [[WesternAnimationSouthPark crab people]]].
people]].
21st Apr '18 6:00:17 PM batguy
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The one with [[WesternAnimation:SouthPark crab people]].

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The one with [[WesternAnimation:SouthPark [[WesternAnimationSouthPark crab people]].
people]]].
21st Apr '18 5:59:39 PM batguy
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The one with crab people.

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The one with [[WesternAnimation:SouthPark crab people.
people]].
21st Apr '18 5:57:19 PM batguy
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The one with crabs.

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The one with crabs.
crab people.
3rd Mar '18 6:26:34 PM BardicKnowledge
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** Also it's an odd bit of FanOn that the Macra were indigenous to the planet in the first place. It's not explicitly stated either way, but the fact they needed to terraform the planet, changing its atmosphere in order for them to survive there, suggests very strongly they were invaders from somewhere else. (It still could be they were there before the human colonists, though.)

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** Also it's an odd bit of FanOn {{Fanon}} that the Macra were indigenous to the planet in the first place. It's not explicitly stated either way, but the fact they needed to terraform the planet, changing its atmosphere in order for them to survive there, suggests very strongly they were invaders from somewhere else. (It still could be they were there before the human colonists, though.)
24th Feb '18 4:52:11 PM AmuckCricetine
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* AdultFear: The story is an allegory for this. Turns out the 'happy life' society is set up to brainwash you into thinking you need - and enforcing to others - is to toil uselessly for decades in a job that benefits no-one except shadowy horrifying masters, slowly weakening and dying in order to afford the privilege of getting a week at Butlin's, listening to foul electronic pop music, and getting some new clothes and haircuts. [[CrapsaccharineWorld We know Grand Control is right, and we must obey!!]]
30th Sep '17 5:08:36 AM PaulA
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* SparedByTheAdaptation: In the novelisation based on the episode, Medok survives the Macra attacking him in the mine and makes it to safety in time to see the TARDIS taking off.
9th May '17 9:01:01 PM bowserbros
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The one with crabs.
22nd Mar '17 4:07:28 PM TroperBeDoper
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* AllThereInTheManual: In ''A History of the Universe'' and ''AHistory'', this story is arbitrarily dated to 2366 (it's in a time when Earth's colonies are remote, and the level of technology isn't very high).

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* AllThereInTheManual: In ''A History of the Universe'' and ''AHistory'', ''A History'', this story is arbitrarily dated to 2366 (it's in a time when Earth's colonies are remote, and the level of technology isn't very high).
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