Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time
Doctor Who: Dimensions in Time

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The Rani hatches a scheme to trap the incarnations of the Doctor and his various companions in a 20-year time loop in Albert Square.... (Full plot summary below)

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The Rani hatches a scheme to trap the incarnations of the Doctor and his various companions in a 20-year time loop in Albert Square.

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User Review - 6/10 by Max PIt would have been better if they hadn't cut out the great opening and ending sequences.
User Review - 6/10 by Askara ANon-sensical and all, it's just one of those things you "have" to watch. Took me years to find a decent copy, still not sure if it was worth it. I agree it's a bit of fluff, and a bit of a guilty pleasure.
User Review - 6/10 by Serenity KThis was a little confusing if you aren't familiar with all the previous Doctors; which I am not.
User Review - 6/10 by Darren Jif it was more serious it would have been great.
User Review - 4/10 by Tim LOn the one hand this Children in Need special has so many inconsistencies, contradictions and plot holes as to make what could have been a fan's dream into a nightmare. Where to begin - the Doctors are much older than they were when they regenerated, they are able to co-exist in the same time-line, companions of different Doctors know each other and, most importantly, what the Hell are they doing in Eastenders?! But on the other hand most of these issues are present in all the specials, from the '3 Doctors,' to the '5 Doctors' to '2 Doctors' and, more recently in the 'Time Crash' special, also for Children in Need. In all of these cases however, there are certain ways in which this strange nerdy author copes haha. Firstly, keep telling yourself - 'this is a kids' show!' and try not to get too upset by how strictly it sticks to its own canon. If this doesn't work, try telling yourself it's not 'strictly canon' with the rest of the show, but it more a celebration of the show's history and a way to introduce new and old fans alike to the legacy and history of its cast and characters. And lastly, if this doesn't work I opt for the final get-out clause - that this is all part of some alternative line of continuity, through some parrellel dimension or time-line, in which all the inconsistencies work - the Doctor took much longer to 'die' before regenerating each time, in which time he re-met his old companions as his new self and vice versa and so on. As for the Eastender's tie-in....you're on your own haha! So sit back and try to enjoy it for what it is, a one-off special that has little to do with the series other than to help you appreciate its history - and however poor this special is, this cause is worthy enough. Just don't expect it to be in your top 10 of Who stories!
User Review - 4/10 by Steve RSome fun reunions for the fans, but just nonsense really.
User Review - 4/10 by Josh TA confusing charity special and why crossover with EastEnders?!?!?!
User Review - 4/10 by Private UKinda thrown together, but it was interesting to see all the Doctors together. Other than that... I mean, there wasn't much of a plot or cohesion.
User Review - 4/10 by Paul MHorrible to watch, everyone looks really old, in particular Tom Baker who really should've done the Five Doctors and skipped this. John Pertwee wasn't too bad, and neither was Peter Davison. The plot is just stupid. I sort of hope who ever green lighted that script got fired.
User Review - 4/10 by Amy WFrankly bizarre bit of kitsch nonsense. At the time, to fans expecting a full-length anniversary adventure, this felt like a kick in the teeth, but with 14 years distance and the good Doctor's dignity restored thanks to being the most successful non-soap drama on BBC1, one can be a little more charitable and judge it no more or less than the frivolous bit of fluff it is. Basically an excuse to bring together as many Doctors and companions as possible, and worth it to see the Sixth Doctor (Colin Baker) onscreen with the Brigadier (Nicholas Courtney). Because of the circumstances surrounding organising this charity special and never likel to appear on DVD, this one-off is likely to remain a curio, visible only to those prepared to go onto YouTube and witness it firsthand. "Time Crash" it ain't. and it makes "The Five Doctors" look like an epic, it's really just a disposable bit of fluff, and a bit of a guilty pleasure.

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