|Doctor Who-The Two Doctors|
Actually this begins as a second doctor/Jamie story as they investigate a time travel experiment on a space station,by someone the doctor knows well. Soon the second doctor finds himself at the whim of these experiments,which we soon learn is being fostered by his group of sentient androids called Androgum's. Not only that but the Sontarans have become involved as well. It isn't long before the second doctor and Peri arrive. At first the suspect the Time Lords of being behind all this disorder. But a cat and mouse came involving a cannibalistic Androgum chef named Shockeye leads them to 1980's Spain where the second doctor,now partially an Androgum himself is cruising the area looking to consume their prey,some of it human. Due to the time paradox this begins to effect the sixth doctors personality. After the needless murder of a waiter. While ultimately the two doctors resolve the problem,a lot of strange and questionable things occurred along the way.
As many of the higher ups at the BBC were quick to point out at this time, this Doctor Who serial represented a side of the show that was definitely not made with children in mind. The story is littered with cannibalism,inhumane violence,degenerate behavior and even the brutally unnecessary murder of Oscar Botherby,an actor/waiter who honestly was a character I rather liked. Wouldn't have made a bad companion for the doctor actually. Although a story full of dark humor and a lot of commentary who absolute power leads very often to extremely decedent behavior is an important and good story element to this particular serial. Also this has some of the most colorful characters and surprising plot twists of just about any of the classic Doctor Who episodes. Of course being the last time Patrich Troughton would ever appear in the role of the second doctor was almost significant enough.