Doctor Who (1963)

Season 27 Episode 7

Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death, Part 4

Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Mar 12, 1999 on BBC
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Doctor Who and the Curse of Fatal Death, Part 4
A series of mishaps trigger the Doctor's regeneration cycle, leading to the biggest and most exciting adventure of his lives!

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    Dave Chapman

    Dave Chapman

    Dalek Voices

    Guest Star

    Roy Skelton

    Roy Skelton

    Dalek Voices

    Guest Star

    Jonathan Pryce

    Jonathan Pryce

    The Master

    Guest Star

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions


    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (4)

      • The Thirteenth Doctor: Emma, look. I've got etheric beam locaters!
        Emma: No, Doctor. I'm afraid those are actual breasts.
        The Thirteenth Doctor: Are you sure? (She looks down her top.) I think I can see the "on" switch.

      • Dalek Supreme: The zectronic beam controller is going to explode!
        Dalek: Help us, Doctor, and your life will be spared.
        The Tenth Doctor [ laughing ] What better way to end my career than saving you metal gits?

      • The Tenth Doctor: You're my… fiancée?
        Emma: You remember me, then?
        The Tenth Doctor: How could I possibly forget the only time-travelling companion I've ever had?
        Emma: You've had lots of companions.
        The Tenth Doctor: The only time-travelling companion I've had.
        Emma: Oh, right.
        The Tenth Doctor: It's still me in here, my love. These old hearts are still yours. Can you still love me, in my new body?
        Emma; Actually, I don't think I have too much of a problem with that.

      • The Tenth Doctor: I remember you, don't I?
        The Master: Then you still fear me, Doctor?
        The Tenth Doctor: You're the camp one.
        The Master: I'm not camp!
        The Tenth Doctor: Oh, yeah? Nice tits.
        The Master: Bumps!

    • NOTES (1)

      • Steven Moffat would later go on to write several epiodes for the 2005 revival of the series, becoming head writer/producer after Russell T. Davies' departure.

    • ALLUSIONS (0)