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Doctor Who - Absolution by Scott Alan…
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The Eighth Doctor is the nicest one simply to listen to, which bumps this up to four stars, but otherwise this kind of heavily allegorical trap-door for a character that never seemed to gel is merely ok. The that at the end is the only really interesting thing about it. ( )
  KateSherrod | Aug 1, 2016 |
Robert Glenister was brought in as Selateen in The Caves of Androzani to help kill off Peter Davison, and here he is brought in to help dispose of Conrad Westmaas as C'rizz. Given that C'rizz is a reformed psychopathic killer reptilian, we always knew what the end was likely to be, and indeed the story is rather better on the Doctor/Charley relationship, where she accuses him of reminiscing about how things were better before C'rizz joined them (though in my humble opinion, if this is the Doctor's view, he is right). Still, C'rizz manages to go out with a bang. ( )
  nwhyte | Jan 24, 2009 |
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