The Web of Fear
|The Web of Fear|
|Don't know what's worse - that episode three is still missing, or that they fucked up Troughton's hair.|
|Air date||3 February 1968 - 9 March 1968|
|Written by||Mervyn Haisman & Henry Lincoln|
|Directed by||Douglas Camfield|
|The Enemy of the World||Fury from the Deep|
Web saw the introduction of possibly the most beloved corpse-turned-Cyberman in all of existence, Brigadier Cleft-lip Stewart (though he is merely a Colonel here), and the story sees him being molested by furries as he, the Doctor, the Jamie and the screamer do battle with the most boring Doctor Who villain of all time - The Great "Intelligence", whom Moffat thought was such a genius product of storytelling that he absolutely HAD to include him as the central villain of Series 7 for... some reason...
Missing episode recovery
For millennia this story was deemed unwatchable - literally, as alas it was a victim of the BBC's junking period. Only episode one had survived for a long time, having been lovingly returned from Hong Kong by our great friend Chang Lee. In 2013 though, Flipped Mirrors found all the other episodes of this story, as well as all those from The Enema of the World, in Nigeria. To celebrate his achievement, he brought the episodes to Ian Levine's house where they partied with bitches and hoes galore. Unfortunately, Ian being the Abzorbaloff that he is, accidentally touched the film can for episode 3 and thus it got sucked into his arse crack, never to be seen again.