Doctor Who: Season 12, Episode 12

Genesis of the Daleks: Part Two (15 Mar. 1975)

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The Doctor and Harry are taken to the Kaled bunker where Davros is preparing to demonstrate the Daleks, while Sarah is captured by the Thals and taken to their city as a slave worker.

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The Doctor and Harry are taken to the Kaled bunker where Davros is preparing to demonstrate the Daleks, while Sarah is captured by the Thals and taken to their city as a slave worker.

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The Thal soldiers were originally supposed to be boys aged 15 or 16 to illustrate the youth of those fighting in the war, but this was later changed to make them appear more mature. See more »

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Nyder: I want these two screened and passed to Ronson for full interrogation.
Tane: Yes, sir.
Nyder: [handing him a box] Prisoner's belongings.
[they exchange Nazi-esque salutes and Nyder leaves]
Doctor Who: Good, well, now he's gone, any chance of a cup of tea?
Tane: WHAT?
Doctor Who: Or coffee. My friend and I have had a very trying experience. Haven't we had a trying experience, Harry?
Harry Sullivan: Very trying, Doctor.
Tane: Step into the security scan!
Doctor Who: What, no tea?
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Keeps up the tight pace
12 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Although he features in episode one, this is the episode where we really get to grips with Davros. He is clearly modelled on a Dr Mengele-type figure but instead of just being ugly on the inside his twisted form is an expression of his twisted ideology. Hey! but don't let that put you off, this episode is great fun, moving along at a fair clip.

The situation becomes more tricky for our heroes as The Doctor and Harry are separated from their time-ring (and thus unable to get back to the Tardis) and poor Sarah Jane has her own adventures with Mutos, Thals and Distropic weaponry. The freeze frame cliff-hanger is particularly effective.


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