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The Android Invasion: Part One
Broadcast: Saturday 15th July 2000
11:55pm-12:20am EDT (03:55 GMT) « »
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Featuring: Tom Baker, Elisabeth Sladen, Martin Friend, Milton Johns

The TARDIS apparently arrives back on Earth but all is not as it seems as the Doctor and Sarah are attacked by mysterious space suited figures and find that the 'dead' are walking.


Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: TWiDW
 

Report from the This Week in Doctor Who Archive:

Friday 14th July 2000:
WCET 48 Cincinnati, OH
http://www.wcet.org/
Sat 11:30PM EDT Pyramids of Mars ep 4 of 4
Ooh, big explosion, of a pyramid, well that's the pyramids part of the title sorted, what about the Mars? Oh, big evil bloke in mask, in a dark room, probably on Mars. Glowing green eyes, glowing green Tom, in pain. Bloke in mask has one of those really sinister voices, he also has very hi-tech L.E.D.s imbedded in the wall. Bloke wants to use the TARDIS, get's the key, oops, isomorphic controls, has to possess the Doctor then, travel through tunnel-thingy, travel in TARDIS, to Mars! Nice to see a Doctor who doesn't gurn when being throttled. traps, puzzles, extendable stick, tiles, explosive floor, something about a crystal, automatic lock-in? The old hoary (or is it hairy) chestnut of the two guards, one is lying puzzle, been there, done that. Crystal destroyed, re-animated dead fella has a heart attack or something, Sutekh is loose. Eh? EH? A bit of traditional corridor running, back to Earth, Sutekh coming down the tunnel, but ah! There's a delay between Mars and Earth! Doctor twiddles knob, stops evil Osiran bloke, saves world, but sets fire to the house. No-one alive in house so it doesn't matter, world saved, hooray! - Gordon Dempster
Sat 11:55PM EDT The Android Invasion ep 1 of 4
The Doctor and Sarah stop off in Devesham for a quick pint (of ginger beer, naturally!); but the locals aren't what you might call 'talkative'.... - Alryssa Kelly