Doctor Who: Season 14, Episode 25

The Talons of Weng-Chiang: Part Five (26 Mar. 1977)

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Weng-Chiang has stolen the time cabinet from Litefoot's house, so the Doctor and Leela go to try and stop him from using it. They find an opium-drugged Chang. Jago teams up with Litefoot for their own investigation.

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Weng-Chiang has stolen Professor Litefoot's cabinet but is not pleased when his men leave the key behind and later cannot find it. Leela and the Doctor go off to find the missing key while Jago and the professor follow Weng-Chiang's men and find themselves in the den of the scorpion. Written by garykmcd

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The double-act of Jago and Litefoot worked so well that the BBC considered giving them a spinoff series. See more »

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Henry Gordon Jago: I had the thought of communicating directly with Scotland Yard where, as you know, he's held in the highest esteem.
Professor Litefoot: The Doctor is?
Henry Gordon Jago: Oh, yes, of course. It's my opinion he solves half their cases and then lets them take the credit for it. Don't you agree?
Professor Litefoot: I have no idea.
Henry Gordon Jago: No, why, it stands to reason. I mean, they're policemen. And we all know, ay, they're solid, sterling fellows, but their buttons are the brightest things about them. Don't you agree?
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