The Doctor and Sarah encounter the smog that killed
thousands of people in London in December 1952 as well as East End
Whitecross Lane, just around the corner from the Fixing Time shop,
Pg 19 "You know, I've met cavemen who were more charming than you." An
Pg 24 "He narrowly escaped death during an adventure pn a planet
called Peladon" The Monster of Peladon.
Pg 82 "It was pink flanelette with lace around the neck, just like
Aunt Lavinia used to wear" The Time Warrior, K9 and Company.
Pg 138 "This world seemed so familiar, yet it was almost as alien to
her as Peladon or Exxilon." The Monster of Peladon, Death to the Daleks.
Pg 212 "She had stowed away in the TARDIS and found herself in
medieval England." The Time Warrior.
Pg 234 "'Hell's teeth!' Jack exclaimed." This was an expression of
Tegan's, which was invented for the show.
OLD FRIENDS AND OLD ENEMIES
NEW FRIENDS AND NEW ENEMIES
Tommy Ramsey, Billy, Charlie, Fr Xavier Simmons, Vera Ramsey, Jean, Rita,
PLUGGING THE HOLES [Fan-wank theorizing of how to fix continuity cock-ups]
FEATURED ALIEN RACES
The Xhinn, creatures of light and darkness with glowing tendrils instead
of hair and a hundred tiny eyes (page 100).
St. Luke's Church, the East End of London, December 1946.
UNIT HQ, the present (pages 24-26).
The East End of London, December 3-8 1952.
St. Luke's Church, August 2000.
IN SUMMARY - Robert Smith?
Amorality Tale is incredibly fast-paced, telling a quaint little tale of
gangsters, alien invasion and a Doctor who solves the day by building a
gadget. The gangster machinations are great, although they're probably cut
just a little too soon in favour of the more cliched alien plot. It's a
underambitious, but it's eminently readable and the regulars are nicely
characterised. It does what it says on the tin and does it pretty well.
You could do a lot worse.