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Doctor Who - The Invisible Enemy

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Lowe's busy spouting about killing the reject, so why doesn't he kill Leela on Titan while she trusts him?

Pushy Gun-Toting Villain: Lowe (under control of the Nucleus) becomes this when he attempts to force the Doctor at blaster-point into the Nucleus breeding chambers as food. The Invisible Enemy is the second serial of the 15th season of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, which was first broadcast in four weekly parts on BBC1 from 1 to 22 October 1977. The serial introduced the robot dog K9, voiced by John Leeson. In the serial, an intelligent virus intends to spread across the universe after finding a suitable spawning location on the moon Titan. Bi-Al Members - Leslie Bates, Ken Sedd, Alan Clements, Cy Town, Derek Hunt, Margot Gordon ( DWM 271) Genetic Memory: The clones of the Doctor and Leela have the memories of their originals. K9 explains that this is because they are more like "biological photocopies" than proper clones, hence their shortened lifespans. Which does not in any satisfactory way explain how they cloned their clothes. Homaged much later on in "The Doctor's Daughter".

Affably Evil: The Nucleus holds no particular grudge against the Doctor, and admits that the Doctor would be perfectly within his rights to kill him... if he can.

Some of My Best Friends Are X: The Doctor, just before he adds that in large groups Humans Are Bastards. K9 draws the infected away while the Doctor sneaks up on the spawning tanks. Lowe confronts him and makes him lose the antibodies, but K9 uses the last of his power to shoot Lowe, who is absorbed by the swarm. Leela kills Safran with her knife while the Doctor alters his plan and rigs the refuelling tanks to blow. After the Doctor nearly leaves without Leela or K9, the trio escape the base just in time to see the massive explosion, amplified by the methane in the atmosphere, from orbit.According to Matt Irvine, the model used for the cratered surface of Titan was a re-use of the model used for the surface of the Moon in Space: 1999. ( DCOM: The Invisible Enemy) Several pieces of furniture on Titan Base are reused from that series as well. Working titles for this story included [The] Invisible Invader, The Invader Within, and The Enemy Within. [2]

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