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The Twin Dilemma: Part Two 

The Doctor takes Peri to Titan 3, a desolate hunk of rock in space where he hopes to find some solitude for awhile. Instead he finds the lone but unconscious survivor of a recent spaceship ... See full summary »

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Peter Moffatt

Writer:

Anthony Steven (by)
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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Colin Baker ... The Doctor
Nicola Bryant ... Peri
Maurice Denham ... Edgeworth / Azmael
Kevin McNally ... Hugo Lang
Edwin Richfield ... Mestor
Barry Stanton ... Noma
Oliver Smith ... Drak
Gavin Conrad Gavin Conrad ... Romulus
Andrew Conrad Andrew Conrad ... Remus
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The Doctor takes Peri to Titan 3, a desolate hunk of rock in space where he hopes to find some solitude for awhile. Instead he finds the lone but unconscious survivor of a recent spaceship crash in sight of a mound-shaped complex where no formalized structure should exist. Written by statmanjeff

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This episode was watched by 7.4 million viewers on its original transmission. See more »

Quotes

The Doctor: Let's got going.
Peri Brown: Have you noticed the radiation level?
The Doctor: What's a little radiation when we have a purpose, a mission in life?
Peri Brown: Silly me. What's a little radiation sickness between friends?
The Doctor: Brave heart, Tegan. Tegan?
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Featured in The Chronic Rift: Colin Baker: The Sixth Doctor (2018) See more »

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An improvement over the woeful opener, but the bar wasn't even set.
22 January 2019 | by Sleepin_DragonSee all my reviews

The opening episode had me scratching my head, as to how they managed to make it so badly, the second installment was a marginal improvement, but that doesn't say much.

Colin has settled into the role, but if I'm being honest, I found him a little overpowering in this one, the term empty barrells make most noise seems somehow fitting. He's shouting loudly, but not really saying much.

Sadly there were some wobbly sets and wobbly props.

It's early days, but the tone is wrong, it's no wonder it's so often slated by fans. They could have toned it down somehow, visually and vocally, it would have helped.

It's very poor, 3/10


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UK

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English

Release Date:

23 March 1984 (UK) See more »

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Mono

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1.33 : 1
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