Welcome to the next episode review that I will do of 800 episodes of doctor who. This episode is a classic for fans and it introduces the most iconic monster in the show, the daleks. This is the moment when doctor who moved up a step, but if there were still no bug eyed monsters, then doctor who would be doomed. So today we look at one of the first doctor who storys, review it, and meet the plunger of the first alien in who. First of all, we look at some of the best moments that happened in this episode from the main plot.
When the TARDIS arrives in a petrified jungle, the First Doctor and his companions are unaware that the planet is highly radioactive. The Doctor is eager to explore a futuristic city that they discover beyond the forest. Ian andBarbara insist on returning to the ship. On the way back to the TARDIS, Susan is separated from the rest of the crew and believes she is touched by a human hand. Once back at the ship, Susan is disconsolate that nobody believes her, and Barbara complains that she feels unwell. There is a knocking from outside the TARDIS, but the scanners show nobody outside. This provokes Ian and Barbara to demand that the Doctor remove them from this place. He seemingly complies, but, determined to get his way, the Doctor sabotages the TARDIS, claiming that mercury is needed for the fluid link. The only place to find mercury is the city.
This episode was very good to boost the amount of fans, we only see a plunger of a dalek, but this is still a very great and scary cliffhanger. In the next few parts of the story, fans and watchers would meet the mean and terryfying daleks.
Welcome to the next edition of the mrlewismoon adventures online episode review, today we are looking at the fourth episode of an unearthly child, the firemakers, and all the basic plot.
The four travellers are returned to the encampment. At first, the tribe is hostile to Za and his friends, especially when they accuse him of killing the tribal elder, but the Doctor convinces the tribe that Kal killed Old Mother by tricking Kal into showing the tribe his bloody knife. The Doctor and Ian lead the tribe in an attack which drives Kal into the forest. The recovered Za is again declared leader, but instead of expressing his gratitude by freeing the travellers as the Doctor expected, he orders them returned to the Cave of Skulls where he will either learn the secret of fire from them or sacrifice them to Orb.
In the Cave of Skulls, Ian makes fire for Za, using friction for a spark, hoping this gift will convince the tribe to set them free. Za comes to speak with them and is entranced by the fire. Ian says that in his "tribe" all members know how to make fire. Za asks Ian if he is the leader of his tribe. He responds (with a nod to Susan) that the Doctor is the leader.
Welcome to the next edition of the mrlewismoon adventures online episode review, today we are looking at the third episode of an unearthly child, the forest of fear, and look at the basis of the main storyline. We also look back at the success of this story, looking and rating this part out of 10
Still in the Cave of Skulls, Ian, Barbara, and Susan try to escape; however the Doctor seems disconsolate and unhelpful. Ian shouts at him, prompting the Doctor to suggest that they use the bones of the dead to cut the ropes that bind their hands and legs. The group begins to unify.
Back at the main cave, the tribe is asleep. The female elder wakes up. She steals Za's knife and heads towards the Cave of Skulls. Unbeknownst to the old woman, Hur has seen her. When she arrives at the Cave of Skulls, she is met by a large stone that blocks the door. However, she seems to know an alternate route.
Welcome to the first edition of the mrlewismoon adventures online episode review, today we are looking at the second part of an unearthly child, this part is called the cave of skulls. Also, we look at how the advance on past doctor who adventures (set in the past) make a good experience for the viewers at home.
The TARDIS takes its new passengers back to the dawn of history. There, the Doctor and his party are captured by a tribe who are trying to rediscover the secret of fire.
Doctor who's first era started of planning children to learn more about past events that are major timezones that the doctor, Ian, Susan and Babara go through. Most of the great episodes of the hartnell era are all historical episodes, apart from a few of them. All episodes like an unearthly child, Marco Polo, the aztecs and the gunfighters and the other episodes are all classics in the historical way.
Welcome to the first edition of the mrlewismoon adventures online episode review, today we are looking at the first part of an unearthly child, and looking why it is so good for fans. Also, we look at the plot, and this episode is the first episode of doctor who. Comment on the forum for your opinions.
The first episode starts in a junkyard in contemporary London and introduces the four characters who were to form the core of the first year's production: the Doctor, schoolteachers Ian Chesterton and Barbara Wright, who are concerned about one of their pupils at Coal Hill School named Susan Foreman, who seems to have a very alien outlook on England.
Susan is precocious, but seems to have strange gaps in her understanding of the world, the teachers have come to her listed address to investigate. Here they encounter a police box, the programme's main prop, known as the TARDIS, from within which they hear Susan's voice. At that time, the boxes were a common sight in Britain, but only police officers held a key to them. The TARDIS proves to be no ordinary police box: when Ian and Barbara enter, they discover it to be much bigger on the inside than the outside, and furnished with futuristic-looking controls. The time machine retains its outward appearance when it travels through time, which Susan explains as a malfunction in the circuitry that is supposed to adapt its appearance to its surroundings.
If you had a weird and wacky spin off series, at the mrlewismoon world, we think that the policeman would be a good spin off. We think this episode was one of the best classic episodes, probably in my top three of Hartnell episodes. We also thought the scene at the start of the day of the doctor re-created the scene at the start very well, and this was the start of a TV legend...
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