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Doctor Who (1963)

Season 13 Episode 26

The Seeds of Doom, Part Six

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Aired Saturday 5:15 PM Mar 06, 1976 on BBC
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The Seeds of Doom, Part Six
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England, the near future. The Doctor, Sarah Jane, and Scorby are trapped in the manor as a possessed Chase stalks them from within, while the gigantic Krynoid prepares to crush them from without. Worse, the alien plant is ready to germinate, spreading its seeds across England.

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    John Acheson

    John Acheson

    Major Beresford

    Guest Star

    Ray Barron

    Ray Barron

    Sergeant Henderson

    Guest Star

    Tony Beckley

    Tony Beckley

    Harrison Chase

    Recurring Role

    John Challis

    John Challis

    Scorby

    Recurring Role

    Michael Barrington

    Michael Barrington

    Sir Colin Thackeray

    Recurring Role

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • Throughout this story, everyone is counting on the Doctor to come up with a way to defeat the Krynoid. Despite telling Scorbie that "bullets and bombs aren't the answer to everything", the only intelligent solution that the Doctor can think of is to get UNIT so they can blow it up.

      • In the initial stock footage, five jet fighters make the approach. But in all subsequent footage, only two fighters are ever seen.

      • At the end of the episode, the TARDIS materialises in the Antarctic and the Doctor says the blames the coordinate programme. They hadn't used the TARDIS to get to the South Pole in Part One: they were brought there by helicopter.

    • QUOTES (1)

      • Sir Colin: Well, Doctor, do you think we've heard the last of the Krynoid?
        The Doctor: Sir Colin, the Intergalactic Floral Society, of which I am quite naturally the president, finds Krynoids a difficult subject to study. Their researchers tend to disappear.
        Sarah Jane: I can imagine. A case of one veg and no meat.
        Sir Colin: Indeed, Miss Smith. And talking of societies, Doctor, the Royal Horticultural Society has got wind of this affair. They'd rather like you to address one of their meetings.
        The Doctor: Really? When?
        Sir Colin: I think they suggested the 15th.
        The Doctor: 15th, 15th… No, impossible. I'm fully booked for the next two centuries, but any time after that.
        Sarah Jane: Doctor, I don't know when you're being serious.
        Sarah Jane: I know just how you feel, Sir Colin.

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