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on August 23, 2000
Chris Boucher's flair for the one-liner was evident in every script he penned for the series, and The Face of Evil is no exception. The Doctor's utterances after being threatened by members of Leela's tribe are hysterical, as is Tom Baker's "jelly-baby" routine (something inserted by Baker himself, if I'm not mistaken). The Face of Evil features an interesting premise, and the tribal dynamics of the Sevateem are convincingly explored. Louise Jameson's debut as Leela is very good, unfortuneately she is never as strong a character in later adventures as she is here (except for perhaps "Horror of Fang Rock). All-in-all, an average though enjoyable story.
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on October 3, 2001
This is the first story for Louise Jammeson (Leela) In which The Doctor (Tom Baker) meets a schitziod computer of the doctor. some neat monstors but some preety hoaky ones too. Louise gets better with time. Many did not like her because she wore animal skins. She is the first companion since Sarah Jane Smith left the show. Hope you like the shows.
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on May 4, 2014
This story is the introduction to new companion Leela and while i liked Leela as a companion, this story isn't the best. Not the worst but no more then a three star.
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