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Last updated 02 January 2017
The Invisible Enemy: Part Three
Broadcast: Monday 4th June 2001
4:00pm-4:30pm CDT (21:00 GMT) « »
Lakeshore Public Television
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Featuring: Tom Baker, Louise Jameson, John Leeson, John Leeson, Frederick Jaeger, Michael Sheard

The Doctor and Leela have been cloned and miniaturised and injected into the Doctor's body. There they must fight the virus on a microscopic level before time runs out.


Synopsis Source: Doctor Who Guide
Broadcast Source: TWiDW
 

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Friday 1st June 2001:
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Fri Noon-2PM, Sat 9:05-11:30PM CDT Robot all 4 eps
Newly regenerated, the 4th Doctor is called upon to stop a criminal organization that is stealing the means to blackmail the Earth. Sarah, on the other hand, discovers that robots can have feelings.
Fri 2PM CDT 30 Years In The TARDIS 1993 documentary - 50 minutes
To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who, the BBC made this documentary (later expanded to 90 minutes and released on video). Classic clips, interviews, and a look back at the sci-fi series.
Sat 11:30PM CDT "to be announced" unknown if a Doctor Who broadcast or not
Sun 7-9PM, Mon 3-5PM CDT The Invisible Enemy all 4 eps
K9's first installment. The Doctor's mind is taken over by a parasite, leaving Leela to get him treatment. Needless to say the Doctor's been taken over by the brain of the parasite, who plans to conquer all of humanity, and maybe time and space as well.
Mon 5PM CDT Doctor Who's Who's Who 1985 documentary - 60 minutes
One of the earliest US Doctor Who documentaries, produced just as the BBC halted the series for 18 months for retooling. Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Jon Pertwee, Matthew Waterhouse, John Nathan-Turner, Louise Jameson, Mary Tamm, George Takei (Star Trek), and Issac Asimov (sci-fi author) all did interviews for this special.