Doctor Who season 2 episode 2 Tooth and Claw
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  • The doctor realises that the telescope in one room has to do with the solution of the problem and he takes the diamond and puts it in the telescope, he uses the light from the moon to burn the wolf that disappears
  • In the 12th episode of the season when the Doctor is noticed by the Torchwood they draw the TARDIS to the Torchwood and the head scientist knows everything about him already
  • I like similar episodes of Doctor Who where the aliens are involved in some kind a mystery


    • by sonjica
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      Isn’t it really great when English reality or past get involved in this show? I really like that. This episode is about Queen Victoria and her visit to Balmoral. She comes to the house of an old friend of her dead husband but strange things are going on. There a story about the werewolf and the servants of the house are strange.

      They are actually the monks that worship the werewolf. So it is the full moon and the werewolf comes alive. At a certain point the Doctor, the Queen, Rose and Sir Robert are in the library because the werewolf chased them there, the doors are locked but the werewolf has already broken a lot of doors.

      He doesn’t even try to enter the library so the doctor realises that something in the


      library is holding the werewolf back. It’s the mistletoe; everything in the library was made out of mistletoe. The monks were wearing it too.

      It protected them from the alien wolf that arrived on earth in 1540 and waited there to conquer the planet. Queen Victoria has a diamond her husband was obsessed with because he was cutting it all the time. The doctor realises that the telescope in one room has to do with the solution of the problem and he takes the diamond and puts it in the telescope, he uses the light from the moon to burn the wolf that disappears.

      The queen has a scratch but she doesn’t want anyone to see it. The queen will found an institute to research the paranormal activity and she’ll call it Torchwood Institute, she ...


      • also warns the Doctor that the next time he appears the Torchwood will be ready for him. We get to see it happen in the two last episodes of the show.

        I really like the fact that all the episodes are somehow connected. Although you can watch this show one episode yes and then one or more episodes no, but still although the events aren’t connected if you follow it you’ll see that a lot of things are connected, like the warning of the queen to the doctor. In the 12th episode of the season when the Doctor is noticed by the Torchwood they draw the TARDIS to the Torchwood and the head scientist knows everything about him already.

        The episode was quite scary; the man in the cage that was transforming into the beast

        was really frightening. The level of mystery was also rather high. I like similar episodes of Doctor Who where the aliens are involved in some kind a mystery.

        It was really cool to see the queen actually involved in the story. I really wonder if in some of the next episode the doctor will have to deal with the fact that the queen was bitten by the werewolf. He says that the queen was haemophiliac and that she transferred that to her children, but he also says that the seed of werewolf needs about 100 years to mature.

        So I guess there should be a future episode with queen’s heirs. This episode was a real detective story; the Doctor had to find out what was going on and how to resolve the strange case. The episode was really remarkable.




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