History Recap / DoctorWhoS8E4ColonyInSpace

5th Dec '16 7:05:58 AM goldenroad
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* CircuitJudge: The Adjudicator is a CircuitJudge [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE]]! Or he would be, if he wasn't [[spoiler: the Master]].

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* CircuitJudge: The Adjudicator is a CircuitJudge [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE]]! Or he would be, if he wasn't [[spoiler: the Master]].Master.
19th Oct '16 3:25:06 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* SpacePolice: 25th century Earth's Adjudication Bureau get mentioned (although the supposed Adjudicator in that story is actually the Master), and go on to play a major role in Literature/TheNewAdventures (where it's still around in the 30th).

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* SpacePolice: 25th century Earth's Adjudication Bureau get mentioned (although the supposed Adjudicator in that story is actually the Master), and go on to play a major role in Literature/TheNewAdventures the Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures (where it's still around in the 30th).
19th Oct '16 3:23:21 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* CircuitJudge: The Adjudicator is a CircuitJudge [[RecycledInSpace IN SPACE]]! Or he would be, if he wasn't [[spoiler: the Master]].



* HeroicSacrifice: Ashe

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* HeroicSacrifice: AsheAshe pilots the doomed spacecraft alone, thereby tricking the mining corporation into believing all of the colonists have died. This allows the group to mount a successful surprise raid against the corporation later, and to regain control of the planet.



* NoOntologicalInertia: the ending implies that without the radiation created by the Doomsday Weapon the planet will instantly become fertile.

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* NoOntologicalInertia: the The ending implies that without the radiation created by the Doomsday Weapon the planet will instantly become fertile.


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* SpacePolice: 25th century Earth's Adjudication Bureau get mentioned (although the supposed Adjudicator in that story is actually the Master), and go on to play a major role in Literature/TheNewAdventures (where it's still around in the 30th).
27th Jul '16 6:29:48 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* AllThereInTheManual: In the novelisation, the concrete Earth that the colonists had left is expanded upon - there are people with blue hair, moving pavements, metric units, lifts that took the people in the underground for sunshine treats or walk treats and folk tales of Drahvins, Monoids, Daleks and Silurians.
** It is described how the colonists met on Earth.
** The IMC robot is named Charlie.
** The Keeper of the Time Lord files retells the story of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E7TheWarGames The War Games]].
** The Doctor organises a funeral for the Leesons.
8th May '16 11:45:31 AM Temmere
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* BiggerOnTheInside: This is Jo's first time in the TARDIS, so she says this.
13th Feb '16 12:25:45 PM bigfatcarp93
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** Though this reaches a more expectable result when Dent does it.
7th Jul '15 8:56:41 AM AndIntroducingALeg
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* IChooseToStay: Caldwell decides to join the colony.
13th Feb '15 11:44:15 PM jedidarrick
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--->'''Brigadier''': Doctor, come back at once.

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--->'''Brigadier''': -->'''Brigadier''': Doctor, come back at once.



--->'''The Doctor''': I want to see the universe, not rule it!

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--->'''The -->'''The Doctor''': I want to see the universe, not rule it!
30th Jul '14 7:10:31 PM PaulA
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The Sun is way too small to go supernova. Maybe not if it's blown up by some superweapon, but the Doctor and the Master talk about it eventually exploding in 10 billion years even without the weapon. Though arguablythis MAY be due to perspecgtive on how far the planet and sun is from one another (For all we know, the planet may be furthest from the sun than earths.

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The Sun is way too small to go supernova. Maybe not if it's blown up by some superweapon, but the Doctor and the Master talk about it eventually exploding in 10 billion years even without the weapon. Though arguablythis MAY be due to perspecgtive on how far the planet and sun is from one another (For all we know, the planet may be furthest from the sun than earths.
30th Jul '14 11:48:30 AM kaiserpluto
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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The Sun is way too small to go supernova. Maybe not if it's blown up by some superweapon, but the Doctor and the Master talk about it eventually exploding in 10 billion years even without the weapon.

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* ArtisticLicenseAstronomy: The Sun is way too small to go supernova. Maybe not if it's blown up by some superweapon, but the Doctor and the Master talk about it eventually exploding in 10 billion years even without the weapon. Though arguablythis MAY be due to perspecgtive on how far the planet and sun is from one another (For all we know, the planet may be furthest from the sun than earths.
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