Contents [ show ] Background Maximus is a palace horse originally owned by the captain of the Corona guard. Though viewed as a mode of transportation and pet to some, Maximus is actually far more fierce and efficient than the captain himself.
Framed as fugitives, the Doctor, Martha and Jack try to sneak in and stop the Master before he unleashes a wave of terror. But his dark ambitions reach beyond the stars The Doctor fixes Jack's vortex manipulator to get them to 21st century Earth ; the trip, however, is not comfortable, with the Doctor complaining that time travel without a capsule is "a killer".
Meanwhile, Harold Saxon is on the news with his wife Lucyhaving just come from Buckingham Palace after winning the election and being confirmed as Great Britain 's new Prime Minister. The Doctor realises with horror that not only is the Master now Prime Minister, but he is married as well!
He meets Tish Joneswho now works at 10 Downing Street. After speaking to Tish, he walks into the Cabinet Room. He tosses dossiers into the air, but his enthusiastic attitude only manages to elicit a smile from Albert Dumfries.
The Master quickly changes his attitude and insults the Cabinet, calling them traitors for abandoning their political parties and jumping on his political bandwagon as soon as they saw the vote swinging his way. As their "reward", he quickly sits down and puts on a gas mask.
Albert asks the Master why he is wearing a mask, and the Master replies that he's wearing it because of the gas, a process made difficult to explain because the mask muffles his voice.
Before anyone can figure out what he means, toxic gas is sprayed into the room from the two deskphones' speakers.
Albert manages to splutter out, "You're insane! The master, surrounded by his dead cabinet, begins to tap his fingers on the table in a four-beat rhythm.
Martha returns home with Jack and the Doctor and they quickly set up a computer search about "Harold Saxon" which shows he was the former Minister of Defence who entered the public eye when he had the Racnoss Webstar shot down on Christmas Eve.
Martha points out that he has a complete biography; his education and achievements are all known to the public. After Tish leaves, Rook confronts Lucy about her husband's fictitious life story: Lucy responds that she made her choice for better or worse, revealing the Master's presence in the room.
The Master admits that "Harold Saxon" doesn't exist, at which point he conjures four robotic balls the size of footballs. He tells one to kill Vivien as he and Lucy leave. As they rush in on Vivien and slice her to death with tiny knife blades, Lucy angrily remarks that the Master told her that "Archangel" was percent and questions him on how Vivien knew everything; the Master demurs, admitting it was more like percent.
Lucy then fearfully remarks other people may be asking questions about them and that their time is running out.
The Master embraces his wife and promises her that tomorrow, the world will end. At Martha's flat, Jack suggests that the Master could have been living in Earth for decades, but the Doctor explains that when he used his sonic screwdriver on the TARDIS as the Master stole it, he fused the coordinates so that it would only go to the last place and time it had landed in, that being 21st century Earth.
He estimates that the Master couldn't have arrived more than eighteen months earlier, so doesn't understand how he has the entire country supporting him in such a short time, even if he was "always hypnotic".
Martha and Jack admit they thought he was a nice guy, and they had even planned to vote for him. The Doctor asks what exactly Harold Saxon stood for, but Martha struggles for an answer stating he just had a voice she felt she could trust.
During this, Martha begins tapping her fingers in a four-beat rhythm which the Doctor picks up on. Suddenly a Saxon Broadcast comes on the television. In the broadcast, the Master mentions several previous alien attacks, namely the destruction of Big Benthe spaceship over London, the ghosts and metal menand the Christmas Star that came to kill.Watch breaking news videos, viral videos and original video clips on monstermanfilm.com Gunpowder Plot – 5 November Four hundred have elapsed since the memorable Gunpowder Plot; yet so great was the perversion of circumstances connected with this atrocious act by religious and political parties, that it is was two centuries before a true knowledge of the event was uncovered.
Maximus is a supporting character in Disney's animated film, Tangled. He is a palace horse for the Royal Guard of Corona and the former arch-rival of Flynn Rider. Maximus is a palace horse originally owned by the captain of the Corona guard.
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Maximus is a supporting character in Disney's animated film, Tangled. He is a palace horse for the Royal Guard of Corona and the former arch-rival of Flynn Rider.
Maximus is a palace horse originally owned by the captain of the Corona guard. Though viewed as a mode of transportation and pet. In December , an unofficial Christmas truce on the Western Front allows soldiers from opposing sides of the First World War to gain insight into each other's way of life.