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Enlightenment: Part Two 

Captain Striker and his officers reveal themselves to be Eternals, mind-reading creatures who live outside of time and who require Ephemerals (humans and other "time dwellers") to relieve ... See full summary »

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Captain Striker and his officers reveal themselves to be Eternals, mind-reading creatures who live outside of time and who require Ephemerals (humans and other "time dwellers") to relieve them of their emptiness. They race against other Eternals for the grand prize of Enlightenment, by which to grant their deepest wishes. That can't be good for the universe, but how can the Doctor strategize against beings adept at reading his every thought? Written by statmanjeff

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The shot of Turlough jumping overboard did not go as planned, as the harness supporting Mark Strickson malfunctioned. The actor did not escape the incident unharmed, and could walk only with discomfort for the next few weeks. See more »

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Captain Striker: You are not an Ephemeral. You are a... a time dweller. You travel in time.
The Doctor: You're reading my thoughts.
Captain Striker: You are a Time Lord. A lord of time. Are there lords in such a small domain?
The Doctor: And where do you function?
Captain Striker: Eternity.
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