Doctor Who (1963)

Season 14 Episode 18

The Robots of Death, Part Two

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Feb 05, 1977 on BBC
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The Doctor and Leela are suspected of murder. But the real foe is using robots to cut down the crew – and even sabotage the sand miner itself!

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (8)

      • The Doctor: Would you like a jelly baby?
        Poul: Shut up!
        The Doctor: A simple "no, thank you" would have sufficed…

      • Uvanov: You have cost me and the company a great deal of money, and you have killed three people. Can you think of any good reason why I should not have you executed on the spot?
        Leela: No. But you can, otherwise you'd have done it!

      • Uvanov [ regarding D84 ]: That is a single-function labour robot. D-class. "D" for "dumb". It cannot speak.
        Leela: Has anyone told him him that?

      • Uvanov: You have cost me and the Company a great deal of money and you have killed two people. Can you think of any good reason why I should not have you executed on the spot?
        Leela: No, but you can, otherwise you'd have done it.

      • Uvanov Who are you?
        The Doctor: I'm the Doctor, I assume you're in command here.
        Uvanov Yes, what are you doing here?
        The Doctor: Just standing here talking to you.
        Uvanov I should be very careful if I were you.
        The Doctor: No doubt you would.

      • Uvanov: I suppose it's also a coincidence that as soon as you two arrive, three of our people are killed. Well?
        The Doctor: I'm sorry, I thought it was a rhetorical question. Yes, it's just a coincidence.

      • Poul: It's impossible. It's just impossible.
        The Doctor: Bumblebees!
        Poul: What?
        The Doctor: Terran insects. Aerodynamically impossible for them to fly. But they do it. I'm rather fond of bumblebees.

      • The Doctor: You know, you're a classic example of the inverse ratio between the size of the mouth and the size of the brain.

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      • The Doctor: By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes.
        The Doctor quotes from Shakespeare's Macbeth, Act 4, Scene 1. The line ends with Open, locks, whoever knocks!.

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