Incorporating the Xeraphin race into his TARDIS power system, the Master has won, but technical obstacles and a bit of sabotage from friendlies give the Doctor a bargaining chip for the lives of the hijacked and enslaved airline passengers and crews - with maybe, just maybe, some hope for the Xeraphin race as well. Written by
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wanted The Master to be killed off in this episode, as he felt that the character had outstayed his welcome. John Nathan-Turner
insisted on keeping him on as a recurring villain. See more
When the airplane is starting to leave the prehistoric time, there are buildings visible in the background. See more
Hello. I thought you were going with the Doctor.
So did I.