Departure the cavez of androzani
The newly regenerated Doctor escapes with his companions back to the TARDIS. Suffering from post-regeneration trauma, he only narrowly manages to save the ship from destruction as it plunges back to Event One, the hydrogen in-rush that preceded the creation of the universe.
He then seeks sanctuary in the peaceful domain of Castrovalva, only to discover that it is an illusory, dimensionally paradoxical trap set for him by the Master with the unwilling aid of a kidnapped Adric. The Doctor eventually wins the day by enlisting the help of the Castrovalvan people who, although also part of the Master's creation, are nevertheless able to exercise free will.
The caves of androzani
Fifth Doctor's Departure
The TARDIS arrives on the desolate planet of Androzani Minor where the inhabitants of Androzani Major and Minor a fighting a long war. The Planet is home to Spectrox. A drug that extends life but also kills. Behind the forces of the drug is Sharaz Jek a madman who adores beauty Blames Trau Morgus the for his msfortunes and lives as a foe to both worlds. Jek is behind thw war. He fight troopers from major and liberayes the drug. He pays Morgus in centilitres of spectrox.
The Doctor and peri investigate caves on minor and slip in to something called aspectrox nest.They are mistaken as gun runners from the other planet.
They are then sentenced to death by Morgus But Jek has been planning something. The guards execute robot sdisguised and the timetravellers created by Jek and the real Doctor and Peri are "looked after" by Jek.
Jeks other prisoner tells them thatwhile spectrox is harmless a spectroxnest is quite the opposite. They arethen told that they have spectrox toxemia and that they will die within the day. Spectrtox texemia is
a fatal condition to which there is only one antidote - the milk from a queen bat, which the Doctor must obtain from the deep caves on Minor. Morgus, seeing his power base slipping away, travels to Minor.
In a climactic battle, Morgus, Jek and all the soldiers are killed. With moments to spare, the Doctor carries Peri back to the TARDIS, where he gives her all the milk that he has managed to collect. She recovers, but the Doctor has to regenerate to save his own life...
| Colin Baker
The sixth doctor
Debut the twim dialemma
Departure The trial of a time lord regenaration in time and the rani
companions Peri brown, Mel bush
The twin dilemma
In the TARDIS Peri is still confused with the doctor and what happened and doesn't like his new persona even only after 10 minutes. And she is right not to. The doctor tried to kill her by strangling her because the name Peri is a creature that turns bad. When he stops and remembers the tardis Lands on the planet Jaconda.
A race of giant slugs called gastropods have invaded jaconda and teh leader mestor plans to create a massive explosion to spread the eggs of his people but to do this he captures two teenage genius's to complete the equasion
Space fights led by leutenent h=Hugo Lang are sent to retrieve the twins but Mestor destroys the entire space fleet leaving only Hugo land as the survivor to retrieve the twins.
The Doctor and Peri become involved and help Jaconda's elderly former ruler Professor Edgeworth, who is really a Time Lord named Azmael the doctor's friend, to defeat Mestor and free the planet's bird-like indigenous people from the gastropods' reign of terror. Azmael, however, sacrifices his life in the process...
| Colin Bakers Final episode
The trial of A time lord
1-4 the mysterious planet
The TARDIS is drawn to a space station where the Doctor is subjected to a Time Lord inquiry into his behaviour, presided over by an Inquisitor. The prosecuting counsel, the Valeyard, presents the first piece of his evidence, which consists of a recording played back on a screen linked to the Matrix. It concerns a visit by the Doctor and Peri to the desolate planet Ravolox, which turns out to be a future Earth, shifted light-years through space.
The court watches as the pair get caught up in a conflict between the surface-dwelling Tribe of the Free, led by Queen Katryca, and the planet's other inhabitants, a group of subterranean technocrats and their robotic ruler Drathro.
The Valeyard's second segment of evidence relates to the planet Thoros-Beta. Here the Doctor and Peri meet their old adversary Sil and others of his Mentor race, whose leader Kiv is awaiting an operation from a scientist named Crozier to transplant his brain into another body. They also form an uneasy alliance with a kidnapped Krontep warrior, King Yrcanos, and encounter a group of resistance fighters. Peri is eventually chosen as the recipient of Kiv's consciousness and is apparently killed in an ensuing mêlée sanctioned by the Time Lords to prevent Crozier's work from disturbing the balance of nature.
9-12 Terror of the Vervoids
The distraught Doctor gives the court his evidence for the defence. He chooses an incident from his own future, in which he and his companion Mel arrive on the space liner Hyperion III in response to a distress call. There they battle against and ultimately destroy a hostile race of alien plants, the Vervoids, while also helping to thwart a mutiny by the ship's security officer, Rudge.
13-14 The ultimate Foe
The Valeyard admits his identity as a distillation of the dark side of the Doctor's nature, somewhere between his twelfth and thirteenth incarnations, out to take control over his remaining lives.
With the help of Mel, who along with Glitz has been brought to the space station by the Master, the Doctor defeats his future self - although, as they leave in the TARDIS with all charges in the trial having been dropped, it appears that the Valeyard has taken over the body of the Keeper of the Matrix and may not have been as completely vanquished as they had thought...