Doctor Who Oxygen Preview

Doctor Who Oxygen Preview: Nardole’s Misplaced Trust

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So you remember how Nardole was very cross with the Doctor for taking unscheduled offworld jaunts? With the Doctor charged with guarding the Mystery Vault, Nardole has good reason to be upset. However, keeping tabs on a 2000 year old Time Lord isn’t as easy as it might initially sound. Granted, if you’ve watched the show you know it’s never easy keeping tabs on the Doctor.

In this clip, Nardole believes, or rather is led to believe, that he’s disabled the TARDIS. In his hand he holds something called “fluid link K57” which he thinks will ground the blue box. His fatal error was in getting that very information from the Doctor himself. Not very bright, Nardole. And you have the nerve to occasionally disparage the human race. Get a mirror, dude. The Doctor fools everybody!

Episode synopsis for “Oxygen”:

The Doctor, Bill and Nardole answer a distress call in deep space, and find themselves trapped on board space station Chasm Forge. All but four of the crew have been murdered – and the dead are still walking!
In a future where oxygen is sold by the breath, and space suits are valued more highly than their occupants, the TARDIS crew battle for survival against the darkest evil of all…

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