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Episode Name:The Name of the Doctor
Summary:Someone is kidnapping the Doctor’s friends, leading him towards the one place in all of time and space that he should never go.
Gatiss’s script is entirely different in feel from “Cold War,” which achieved its effect by keeping characters, events, and environment as realistic as possible. The episode starts with Mrs. Winifred Gillyflower (Diana Rigg) railing against the “moral decay” of the grim industrial towns across the north of England, but the nod to social realism is soon left behind as the story getting wilder and wilder. Mrs. Gillyflower is gathering recruits for a new “perfect” town: Sweetville, named for her unseen partner Mr. Sweet. She subjects them to submersion in a strange red liquid that’s supposed to preserve them against a coming apocalypse. Except for her daughter, Ada (Rachael Stirling), who’s been left blind and scarred, those whose bodies can’t withstand the preserving solution are dumped in the local canal, their bright red skins a mystery for the authorities. By the time it emerges that her plan is to explode a rocket full of the toxic red substance into the atmosphere, killing everyone except her chosen “pilgrims,” and that the source of the poison is an ancient parasite symbiotically bonded to her chest, “The Crimson Horror” has become a full-blown steampunk action adventure, and Gatiss controls the changing tone of the episode expertly.
The story also benefits from being told almost as a tale from a spin-off series starring Vastra (Neve McIntosh), Jenny (Catrin Stewart), and Strax (Dan Starkey), three characters last seen in “The Snowmen.” In the exaggerated reality of this episode, a lizard-woman detective, her maid who’s also a martial arts expert, and a Sontaran warrior who serves as a butler don’t feel at all out of place. For the first third of the episode, the Doctor (Matt Smith) appears only as an enigmatic image apparently recorded as the last thing seen by a dead man, the catalyst for Vastra, Jenny, and Strax’s investigation.