At its early stages, “The Doctor Falls” depicts the doctor giving a lengthy theory. Any viewer at that point expects the master to speak up either in support of the theory or to dismiss it. Contrary to the expectations of the audience, he doesn’t dismiss or approve the theory.
It doesn’t matter where the theory came from because a method was brought forth to explain every single madness. However, after several scenes unfold, the Master opens up to Missy saying that he blew his dematerialization circuit .That was after the arrival on the ship and from that point he has been stranded.
The question that comes to the mind of anyone following the production keenly is why the Master is on the space ship anyway. It would also interest someone else to question why he had to be in disguise. But it is important to outline that the uncertainty keeps the viewer glued to the screen to see the rest of the scenes.
Previews might have misguided anyone in regards to the unfolding of the real episodes. One would have hoped for a raucous affair involving numerous battles and explosions. “The Doctor Falls” goes contrary to expectations by placing intimacy and character front and center, quite rarely giving room for battles to dominate.
According to Imdb, Moffat, the man behind the production, recently spoke to news reporters saying, “We don’t have the money for that anyway and thank goodness for that because nobody tunes in to Doctor Who for the fight scenes. High among the things we do tune in for are tears, and ‘The Doctor Falls’ is loaded with them on both sides of the screen. ”One is treated to a lot of surprises which makes it fun to follow.
The Master and Missy are shown making moves at the doctor. They are plotting to kill the doctor and they explore a wide array of tactics to eliminate him. Considering Missy’s deeds the whole of this season, this comes out as a show of great betrayal. The two masters need to work with the doctor to survive. A lot of thrilling experiences lie ahead, but you have to follow closely to get to enjoy each and every part of “The Doctor Falls.”