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One Last Night 19 septembre 2014
Par Adam - Publié sur
Format: CD
The story begins smashingly in medias res as Lucie and the Doctor are trying to stop the theft of a temporal device from a spaceship. They fail and after surviving the villain's death trap, pursue him and catch up with him 30 years later in his timeline though it's only been 10 minutes for them. They find the criminal settled down, married, and living the life of a country squire, holding a garden party for his wife, and claiming that the time device has been destroyed but if that's so, why are Vortisaurs and the Tar-Modowk, two species who feed on temporal disruptions converging on this location?

The story is a solid listen, though stronger as a character piece than as anything "high concept." It's nice for Lucie to start an episode not yelling at the Doctor about how he landed the TARDIS and she is definitely growing as a character. The moment the Doctor names a Vortisaur and gets it to obey calls back early travels with his prior companion Charley. The best moments belong to the guest stars though as Nigel Havers plays a very complex character whose sudden reversion to his criminal ways is shocking but understandable. Julie McKenzie does a beautiful job as Rachel.

If I had any complaint, it would be Zimmerman trying to prove his humanity by pointing out he cheated on his wife (but she forgave him.) It was an odd moment to be sure. Still, the cause of the temporal disruption while predictable, was also well-played and emotionally moving. Add to that, the hook at the end of the episode regarding the Head Hunter plot and this story is a definite winner.
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