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Doctor Who - Human Nature / Doctor Who - The Family of Blood

episode 3.8, episode 3.9

UK 2007
produced by
Susie Liggat, Phil Collinson (executive), Russell T.Davies (executive), Julie Gardner (executive) for BBC Wales/BBC
directed by Charles Palmer
starring David Tennant, Freema Agyeman, Jessica Hynes, Rebekah Staton, Thomas Sangster, Harry Lloyd, Tom Palmer, Gerard Horan, Lauren Wilson, Pip Torrens, Matthew White, Sophie Turner, Derek Smith, Peter Bourke
written by Chris Chibnall, music by Murray Gold

tv-series
Doctor Who, Doctor Who (David Tennant), Doctor Who (new series), Martha Jones

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Doctor Who (David Tennant) and Martha (Freema Agyeman) are on the run from a particularly nasty family of aliens who need to drink his blood to live forever - otherwise they will die within months - and to evade them, the Doctor, a Timelord by race, has to become human, with all his Timelord characteristics and especially his memories and personality locked away in a pocket watch ...

England 1913: The Doctor, not knowing about his true identity, is the teacher at a military academy, Martha, the only one knowing who he is and the one who has an eye on the pocket watch, is his maid. Soon, the Doctor even falls in love with a human, but to Martha's dismay not with her but with matron Redfern (Jessica Hynes). By and large though, everything is almost unusually normal ... until the aliens land, possess a few locals, recruit an army of scarecrows (really) and put the academy under siege. The only one who could help now is the Doctor, but he doesn't even know who he is ... and the watch containing his personality is stolen by a young cadet (Thomas Sangster) ... who doesn't give it back until the very end - then the Doctor becomes the Doctor again, blows up the alien spaceship and gives his alien adversaries a perverted form of eternal life (like inside a mirror or as a scarecrow). Then he leaves again, without the matron but with Martha ...

 

A reasonably fast-paced episode that however contains a few too many story incongruencies to really work and that seem to only exist to make sure the plot fills out two entire episodes, while the whole thing on the other hand is very poor on characters (a general weakness of the new Doctor Who series) and the love story is just a bit too cheesy to really work (especially the ending). Still, one of the beter episodes of the series.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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