The Judoon are Back! What did you think?

Posted by @abcwhovians on January 26, 2020 at 11:15 PM
If you have seen Fugitive of the Judoon already, let us know what you thought of it in the comments section of this blog post, or check out our Instagram page: Instagram.com/abcwhovians. But beware: major spoilers in the comments!

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18 Comments

Reply MaxHR
5:02 AM on January 27, 2020 
well knock me down and call me Riversong.
I did not see that coming.
Reply @abcwhovians
5:06 AM on January 27, 2020 
MaxHR says...
well knock me down and call me Riversong.
I did not see that coming.


No. Nor did I River Song
Reply @abcwhovians
5:07 AM on January 27, 2020 
1st 10/10 episode for a while.
Reply David
4:50 PM on January 27, 2020 
LOVE JACK!

THIS KICKED THE DOORS IN!
Reply Recky
6:14 PM on January 27, 2020 
What a fantastic episode, we had Judoons, we had multiple time lords , we had CAPTAIN JACK !....the story has progressed yet further as well with the mention of the cyber men ....quite simply the best ep of the season thus far
9.8 / 10
Reply Rumpole
3:57 PM on January 28, 2020 
Interesting episode, lays the groundwork for future developments, although I thought Jack's appearance was a bit tokenisic and irrelevant.
Reply Recky
1:38 AM on January 30, 2020 
The other doctor a doctor before Hartnell or the War Doctor I imagine ...but doesnt that throw the regenerations number out of whack
Reply Chris M
6:20 AM on January 30, 2020 
There are allies of the Dr building up over alternate dimensions (Rose, and The Master (a sort of ally)) and alternate TARDII (the Ruth Dr and Clara/Me) building up over the episodes....
Reply DavidSSS
8:15 AM on January 30, 2020 
Assuming Ruth is the Doctor but from another dimension, and taking into account that the second Doctor went out of space and time in The Mind Robbers, and that the interior of Ruth's tardis looks like the Patrick Troughton era tardis interior, is it possible that Ruth comes from another timeline created when the Second Doctor returns from outside of space and time?
Reply @abcwhovians
12:19 PM on January 30, 2020 
DavidSSS says...
Assuming Ruth is the Doctor but from another dimension, and taking into account that the second Doctor went out of space and time in The Mind Robbers, and that the interior of Ruth's tardis looks like the Patrick Troughton era tardis interior, is it possible that Ruth comes from another timeline created when the Second Doctor returns from outside of space and time?

Great theory. Keep them coming!
Reply Robert
4:35 PM on January 30, 2020 
Hmmm. Not sure what to think of this episode, but if Chip, s record is anything to go by, I'm sure he will stuff it up somehow , nice to see Jack back, . Does anyone else find Ryan,s acting wooden, sounds like the dude is just reading his lines, not acting them, well I guess that doesn't matter to the BBC, so long as he fits there polictial correct bias.
Reply Recky
11:05 PM on January 30, 2020 
Just read a piece on the ep and Doctor said time is swirling around me, and she seemed weird about how long she had been around in all of her existence...just maybe when the whole new set of regens was granted at the end of Matt smiths run , it altered the actual number of regens , maybe there have been more doctors than we thought ...sort of
Reply Michael
1:19 AM on January 31, 2020 
word on the internet Ruth pre dates william hartnell Doctor and The master isn't The regeneration from Missy
Reply KRSPDS
1:43 AM on February 1, 2020 
Interesting that Captain Jack is back (even Dad took interest), and the Ruth/Doctor is an interesting, if confusing, twist - I wonder if it's related to when the 7th Doctor implied he was there when the Hand of Omega (early stages of time travel), meaning that this is his/her third set of regenerations or perhaps the first body didn't count in those days. I also wondered if the Ruth/Doctor is from an alternate universe - perhaps even the pocket universe Gallifrey was sent to. Though given the willingness of both Ruth and the other Time Lady to kill (or at least commit manslaughter) it would suggest they are from an earlier point in Time Lord history in general and the Doctor's oath to help others more specifically. In all I would rate this a 4/5 - mainly because the Captain Jack parts were excellent (especially when he thought Graeme was the Doctor and kissed him).
Reply SarahJane4Ever
7:40 PM on February 2, 2020 
Excellent episode. Love that another New Doctor has entered the fray and based on what Chibnell has said she is canonical (and as the BBC appointed Whorunner its really only his opinion that counts). I agree with Recky and suspect she may pre date Hartnell. If so, the Lighthouse Doctor would tie in very nicely with the UK Windrush generation issue.. Excellent presence as well - she looks and acts the part. 10 out of 10. The only drawback is that I sort of feel sorry for some of the Whovian fraternity who could not handle Jodie's incarnation so this is really going to tip them over the edge!!
Reply Brad
7:43 AM on February 4, 2020 
I have a theory, I think Ruth could be the Dr's daughter jenny, she is made from him so the genetic code would be the same and she jetted off years ago. So maybe she uses the Dr as her code to hold on to him, plus we know she has time lord dna and could maybe regenerate as well based on the near death experience she had. The reason she doesn't know the doctor (jodie) is because he was a young man before and now is a woman. Just throwing a bother theory into the universe.
Reply DavidSSS
7:34 AM on February 9, 2020 
Another thought!

In the very first episode of Dr Who, the Doctor had a granddaughter. Wonder if there is any connection there?

DS
Reply Mel
7:54 AM on February 20, 2020 
could Ruth be the doctor,donna . From bad wolf episodes