“We have great power. You choose to abuse it. I choose to clear up the mess you and others like you leave behind.”
“The timelines hang in the balance. The Daleks must be stopped.”
“Which is why one of your lot stole an innocent woman from Earth’s history and turned her into a weapon against them…and then you took the insane step of sending the Master in to clean things up.”
With that terse summation of where things left off in February’s Dark Eyes 2, we rejoin the most Romantic of Doctors in an increasingly complicated situation.
Having missed out thus far on any Eighth Doctor Adventures since his highly entertaining travels with Tamsin Drew and Mary Shelley, I rejoin Paul McGann’s loveable if somewhat sardonic Romantic at a slight remove.
Apparently (and entirely within the confines of last year’s Dark Eyes box set) he’s gotten entangled with the first stirrings of that whole Great Dalek/Timelord War thing they keep focusing on in televised New Who, and picked up another delightful companion in the feisty no-nonsense Irish nurse Molly O’Sullivan.