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Full Circle: Part Two 

As the humanoid community takes refuge in their crashed spaceship, venomous marsh spiders begin to hatch from the local fruit while bestial marshmen emerge from the waters to walk the land.... See full summary »

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Richard Willis ...
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June Page ...
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Barney Lawrence ...
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Norman Bacon ...
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As the humanoid community takes refuge in their crashed spaceship, venomous marsh spiders begin to hatch from the local fruit while bestial marshmen emerge from the waters to walk the land. It is quite apparent that the marshmen desire entry into the spaceship. Meanwhile, as a curious marshchild shadows the Doctor, a group of teen rebels decides to take over the TARDIS. Written by statmanjeff

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1 November 1980 (UK)  »

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This episode was watched by 3.7 million viewers on its original transmission. See more »

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As the Doctor wanders the corridors of the Starliner, a blue screen (with no superimposed background) is clearly visible at the back of one of them. See more »

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Romana: If the Doctor's therory's right, we'll need a local image translator to see what's out there.
Adric: Or we could just look out through the door.
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