I recently saw A Fix with Sontarans, and given what is now known about Jimmy Savile, the Doctor and Tegan's reaction to his appearance makes more sense than anyone involved in the story (other than Savile himself) realized. When you are in a time before it became known that someone in the room was bad news, and to alter the timeline is to risk devastating consequences, what should one do?
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Post by Adam David Collings on Oct 2, 2013 22:35:23 GMT -5
I haven't seen many sixth doctor stories. I'll have to keep an eye open for this one. Sounds like the age-old 'do you go back and stop Hitler' kind of story. You know he is going to do bad things, but is it ethical to condemn him for something he hasn't done yet? And if you do make changes - what if you make it worse?
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