The Doctor, Martha and Jack return to the 21st Century eighteen months after the Doctor and Martha left. They find they've missed the election, and the new Prime Minister, Harold Saxon, is someone they've met before by another name.
With the Master having regenerated himself and taken the TARDIS, the Doctor, Martha and Jack Harkness manage to return to Earth. When they arrive, they see the new British Prime Minister, Harold Saxon, on television and Martha immediately recognizes his voice: it's the regenerated Master. He announces that he has been contacted by alien beings and that they will arrive in two days' time. Despite an attempt by the American President to take over the situation, the Master is very much in charge. The situation is particularly stressful for Martha in particular as the Master has taken her family as prisoners.Written by
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Professor Lazarus, remember him? And his genetic manipulation devise. What, did you think that little Tish got that job merely by coincidence? I've been laying traps for you all this time. And if I can concentrate all that Lazarus technology into one little screwdriver... But ohh, if only I had the Doctor's biological code. Oh, wait a minute, I do! I've got his hand! And if Lazarus made himself younger, what if I reverse it? Another... hundred years?
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The Sound of Drums isn't a bad episode of Doctor Who, but it's just really disappointing after Utopia, which is arguably one of the best episodes the show has put out so far. The direction isn't very good, the visual effects are not good at all, (and that's saying a lot for RTD era Doctor Who) and the performances are way too hammy for my taste. It's a noticeable step down in quality when compared to the Human Nature two parter, Blink, and Utopia, which have all been consistently great episodes. 6 out of 10
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