New Season Doctor Who Finale: De ja Who?

March 20th, 2009 by Richy B. Leave a reply »

Do you remember the 3rd season of the “New Doctor Who” when they brought the previously-thought-deceased Master back to life for the season finale?
Do you remember the 4th season of the “New Doctor Who” when they brought all the “New Doctor’s companions” together, including the “trapped-in-parallel universe Rose Tyler” back for the season finale?

Hmm, two reasonably, but slightly unbelievable ideas both with characters who are “unbring-backable”.

Doctor Who Production Team: “Hey, why not combine BOTH ideas!”.

Yep, it seems the Doctor Who production company have thought that and for the 5th season finale (and David Tennant’s last episode), they are bringing back Billie “Rose Tyle” Piper, Catherine “Donna Noble” Tate, Freema “Martha Jones” Agyeman and The Master (who was shot dead, refused to regenerate and buried last time we saw him: although his ring was picked up by a female hand – but if he didn’t want to regenerate, why “hide his soul/being” in a ring?)

Hello, original ideas calling the Doctor Who production team! (who will still be headed by Russell T. Davis at that point, he leaves at the same time as Tennant).

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1 comment

  1. isme isme says:

    Strategy says you do not regenerate while in your enemies power. Heck Dr. Who himself probably would not regenerate if he remained in his enemies power.

    In this case The Master may have had an ally to perform sleight of hand. Or it may be that The Master is brought back unwillingly. While “The Hand of Rani” was originally said to be a joke – apparently there is a chance that Davies bowed to the now obvious plot ploy.

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