By now we know that those creepy creatures have a nefarious plan to rule the world. Something about planet Earth just calls to evildoers everywhere to either destroy or enslave our little ball of dirt – at least in the world of Doctor Who. And I, for one, am quite happy about this. If it weren’t for invasions, cracks in time, attempts to destroy our planet, et al the show could get quite dull. I mean, who wants to see the Doctor save someone from an icky spider? Well, unless said spider were, say, sentient and about 10 feet long.
So today, everybody’s favorite Regenerating Renegade gets to go up against crusty, corpse-like specters. They’ve drawn a line in the sand and the Doctor is happily stepping over it because he never backs down from a threat to his favorite planet. Okay, maybe it’s his second favorite after Gallifrey, though with his past troubles on his home planet I can’t really say which he’d pick first. Knowing the Doctor, he’d find a way to choose both. He always beats the odds, does the impossible, and makes it look fun. Take a gander at his next fun encounter in this short preview clip.
Episode synopsis for The Pyramid at the End of the World:
An ‘ancient’ pyramid appears overnight. Every clock in the world begins counting down to the Earth’s destruction.
Three opposing armies lie ready to annihilate each other. An alien race stands ready to offer humanity a deal that could save them, but enslave them. It’s a terrifying race against time to save the world! Will the Doctor be forced to accept their help?
‘The Pyramid at the End of the World’ premieres Saturday, May 27 at 9/8c on BBC America.
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