Starring: Colin Baker, Jon Pertwee, Patrick Troughton, Peter Davison, Sylvester McCoy, Tom Baker, William Hartnell
Genres: Adventure, Drama, Sci-fi
Horror of Fang Rock - S15-E1
Revealing mistake: At the very beginning of episode four, after Vince is killed, Reuben's body breathes and his fingers move.
The Invisible Enemy - S15-E2
Revealing mistake: The knife that Leela kills Meeker with is very obviously loosely attached to his clothes. It wobbles back and forth after he falls.
Revealing mistake: In episode 3, the section of wall K-9 knocks down is obviously precut, complete with debris on the floor.
Revealing mistake: When K-9 shoots one of the infected men, the blast beam appears to come out of his eyes, then moves down to his snout as the camera moves.
Image of the Fendahl - S15-E3
Revealing mistake: In episode four, the camera wobbles when the Doctor brings the gun to Stael.
The Sun Makers - S15-E4
Revealing mistake: In episode two, when Leela and Mandrell are arguing about raiding the Correction Center, the camera bumps against something.
Underworld - S15-E5
Revealing mistake: The CSO caves are awful throughout, but one of the worst incidents is in episode three when Leela talks to Idas about a revolution and they both run right through a rock.
Revealing mistake: The pacifier devise is obviously a stage lamp.
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The Doctor: You can't rule the world in hiding. You've got to come out on the balcony sometimes and wave a tentacle or two.
(Part 4) After Omega takes off his mask and looks in the mirror, when he sees that his physical body doesn't exist he puts his mask back on and screams, but when he shouts, "If I exist only by my will, then my will is to destroy," Omega's mask pops up off his face, and we can see the actor's blackened face as he shouts the last bit of his dialogue.
The first thing the Third Doctor does on-screen is collapse out of the TARDIS, which is also the last thing he does in that incarnation.