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Doctor Who - The Pirate Planet
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

One of my personal favorite stories and highly underrated. Perhaps the best story from the "Key To Time" season.

'Doctor Who': The Pertwee Years
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

A great doctor. Only second to the best... Tom Baker.

Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Really awful and an insult to the Doctors and the series in general. I can certainly understand why Tom Baker has been reluctant to play the role again. There have been very, very few good stories made after his wonderful and best tenure. The show hasn't been produced right since the late 70's. They should have Baker come back as the final regeneration and end it once and for all. At least then, it can go out with a bit of integrity. The modern series has been a visual soap opera with little to no substance and the recent Doctors have been bland and uninteresting. Tom, please come back and save "Doctor Who"!

Doctor Who - The Sontaran Experiment
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

The shortest story of the Tom Baker era. Alot of witty, sarcastic dialogue in this one and the Sontarans are great, inept villains. Tom Baker broke his collarbone filming this story as he was doing many of his own stunts. Nice outside scenery and a well paced story. Tom baker era "Doctor Who" is some of the absolute best Sci-Fi made for Television and I can't recommend it enough.

Doctor Who - The Ark in Space
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The real beginning of the Hinchcliffe produced "Gothic Era" of "Doctor Who" which would go on to be seen by most as the most successful and best period of "Doctor Who". Very strong story that could have been an influence on Ridley Scott's "Alien". Wonderful dialogue, great performances, and loads of creativity that went into the making of this story. Tom Baker era "Who". When it comes to Science Fiction television, it really doesn't get much better. Disregard the special effects(they're irrelevant) and check out this awesome, well crafted story.