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Daleks in Manhattan 

The Doctor and Martha travel to New York in 1930, where people have been mysteriously vanishing from the streets, and an old enemy resurfaces.

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This is the first of a two part story, it is set in 1930's New York. The Doctor and Martha arrive in New York, there is, however, trouble as the Daleks return once again, this time attempting to create a Dalek/Human hybrid creature in the New York sewers! These two episodes also see the return of the Dalek Sec and the Cult of Skaro. Written by Brantyman

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Trivia

Mr Diagoras, meanwhile, was named for the fifth century BC Greek poet, Diagoras the Atheist. See more »

Goofs

The fake newspaper seen on various occasions in this episode has "city" written as "citiy" in the strap under the headline. See more »

Quotes

Dalek Hybrid: [final line] I am a human Dalek. I am your future!
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Connections

Featured in Doctor Who Confidential: Meet Martha Jones (2007) See more »

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Rhapsody in Blue
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Written by George Gershwin
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Less oinking, please
24 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

I really can't pass the three previous and very positive user comments by in silence. I completely disagree. This was a dull, cliché-ridden and predictable episode which I'm not likely to ever watch again. I really don't see how anybody can find the pig slaves either funny, scary or in any other way interesting. They were toe-cringingly awful.

After three great episodes, season three is finally showing that it can't maintain that high standard, which is too bad. And to make it worse, it makes a double episode out of this dog. Gah.

And the Daleks AGAIN?! A good thing should not be over-used! Get it into yer skulls, Who-people!

5 out of 10.


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