Doctor Who: Season 18, Episode 27

Logopolis: Part Three (14 Mar. 1981)

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With Nyssa from Traken unexpectedly rejoining the group, Adric aids the Monitor of Logopolis in trying to save the Doctor before time runs out. The Master, at liberty to prepare, is finally... See full summary »

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With Nyssa from Traken unexpectedly rejoining the group, Adric aids the Monitor of Logopolis in trying to save the Doctor before time runs out. The Master, at liberty to prepare, is finally ready to reveal his true target, which unknowingly sets off the biggest catastrophe of all time. Written by statmanjeff

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The Doctor's quotation from T.H. Huxley, comparing life to a chess game, comes from Huxley's essay "A Liberal Education; and Where to Find It," originally delivered in 1868 at the South London Working Men's College. The Doctor's rendering is slightly off the original text, and it leaves out a linking sentence regarding the nature of the metaphorical chess game: "The player on the other side is hidden from us. We know that his play is always fair, just, and patient." While the Master's play is patient and, for the moment, hidden, it is neither fair nor just. See more »

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The Monitor: For many uses, machinery is unsurpassed, but Logopolis is not interested in such uses. Block Transfer Computations can not be done with computers.
Adric: Why not?
The Monitor: Our manipulation of numbers directly changes the physical world. There is no other mathematics like ours.
Adric: D'you mean the computations themselves would affect a computer?
The Monitor: Of course. Change it's nature; cause it to malfunction. Only the living brain is immune.
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