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Who thought that a serial with the Master of all characters could be so horribly boring? THE MASTER! And it didn’t help that Terence Dudley has been consistently declining in quality since his first outing. It’s The King’s Demons, written by Terence Dudley and aired in March of 1983.
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0:28 We’re talking about the cool Iron Maiden, not the torture device.
5:40 Thank god I didn’t grow up in the 80s.
11:51 Here’s more about beds in the middle ages. I say we all go back to straw. It probably builds character.
13:27 Apparently it was “rare” to do so. But I say more people should start doing it in real life. It probably builds character.
20:15 And who you never see again.
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