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The Catalyst (Doctor Who: The Companion…
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The Catalyst (Doctor Who: The Companion Chronicles)

by Nigel Fairs

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I had been looking forward to The Catalyst a lot, given my recently renewed enthusiasm for Leela. Well, it's a great story for Louise Jameson, who gets to play lots of different roles (she's pretty terrible at doing Tom Baker, but I don't mind) but I didn't like the plot; I generally hate the ones that depend on previously untold adventures, and here we have the Doctor and Leela visiting Lord Joshua Douglas, apparently a former companion of an earlier Doctor. And it never really became clear what was going on; horrible deaths happening all over the place but we never quite got to the bottom of exactly why. ( )
  nwhyte | Feb 24, 2008 |
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The pride of the Z'nai matches that of Leela of the Sevateem. Why would the Doctor imprison one in such an unlikely place, and what terrors will be brought about by letting it loose?
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The pride of the Z'nai matches that of Leela of the Sevateem. Why would the Doctor imprison one in such an unlikely place, and what terrors will be brought about by letting it loose?

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