What else is there to say, as we conclude Douglas Adam’s wonderful CITY OF DEATH at this week’s meeting?  Let’s leave it to a review from THE DISCONTINUITY GUIDE by Paul Cornell, Martin Day, and Keith Topping (an absolutely hilarious review book all Doctor Who fans should read):

 

“‘Exquisite… Absolutely exquisite.’ Witty, happy, plotted so hard that you can sing it, this is as gorgeous as ‘This Old Heart of Mine’ sung by the Isley Brothers outside your window on a spring morning while Emma Thompson gently massages your feet with aromatic oils. It’s a pity that the rest of Doctor Who exists to make this story part of a bigger continuity, because it deserves to stand alone. Just when you think it can’t get any better, John bloody Cleese appears.”