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Rate "The Masque Of Mandragora"

Post by Patrick on Wed Mar 19, 2014 1:58 pm

Season 14 begins, and the TARDIS delivers the Doctor and Sarah Jane to Fifteenth Century Italy, and the beginnings of the Renaissance. Unfortunately, unbeknownst to the Doctor, the TARDIS was also transporting a fragment of the Mandragora Helix, a malevolent energy force, The Doctor and Sarah Jane soon become embroiled in the court intrigue going on between wicked Count Frederico and his nephew Giuliano. The Mandrogora Helix, however, finds an ally in the form of a demented astrologer named Hieronymous, and together they seek to throw mankind back into the dark ages by murdering the greatest minds of the Renaissance.

So, what did you think of the Masque? The full espresso, or just weak tea?

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Post by The Co=Ordinator on Thu Mar 20, 2014 2:16 am

Mandragora swallows the moon in the wonderful Portmeirion. A good solid Season opener, with some new scenery chewing on top. 4/5.

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