Last edited by Anubis69; August 16th, 2007 at 07:12 AM.
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Just rewatched this episode and am trying to work out why I remember it as being so mediocre. One thing that really bugged me about it though was the Doctor's insistence that what Lazarus was doing was wrong, evil before it started going all wrong. It just seemed incredibly hypocritical for the Doctor to be lecturing others on how it's wrong for someone to want to expand their lifespan by making themselves younger.
But otherwise, yes, I agree. Which is one reason I quite like those scenes where someone - eg Queen Victoria, Jackie, Donna or even Davros - bring the Doctor up short and puncture his self-satisfiedness. I like my heroes to be flawed, but more than that, I like other characters to notice their flaws from time to time.
great episode i love the doctor and Martha in this episode i also like the fact that a mutation was coursed by Lazarus making himself younger showing the possibilitys of evaluation
Actually Lazarus brings up a nitpick for me.
In the finale of that series The Master tells The Doctor that all that was part of his plan to get rid of him. Implying he knew aobut the technology Lazarus was using, and or helped him.
The nitpick is this. Shouldn't the Doctor be sensing another timelord? as Saxon ie: The Master was back on Earth during this adventure.
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Oh and Soylent Green is people..............
i guess that just shows how clever the master is
"I'm old enough to know that a longer life isn't always a better one. In the end, you just get tired; tired of the struggle, tired of losing everyone that matters to you, tired of watching everything you love turn to dust. If you live long enough, Lazarus, the only certainty left is that you'll end up alone."
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Cool episode, and I loved the nod to Star Trek. Especially in TNG the solution nine times out of ten was to reverse the polarity of something.
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