The Tomorrow People - Series 3 [DVD]
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In the third series of the cult show, the Tomorrow People set off on a mission to investigate Colonel Masters and his Experimental Weapons Establishment, following the breakout of new Tomorrow Person Tyson Boswell. The homo superiors are visited by Timus, as ambassador from the Galactic Federation. What will they encounter when they join forces to save the planet Pyrie? A group of aliens whose only knowledge of Earth comes from watching cowboy films decide to pay a visit and dark forces are afoot when the evil Jedikiah returns. EPISODES INCLUDE 3.1 Secret Weapon: Ep 027 Found and Lost, Ep 028 Not Quite A Sleeping Beauty, Ep 029 Whose Side Are You On, Professor, Ep 030 A Present From Russia 3.2 Worlds Away: Ep 031 Secret Of The Pyramid, Ep 032 Hound Of The Night, Ep 033 More For The Burning 3.3 A Man For Emily Ep 034 Fastest Gun, Ep 035 Here We Go Round The Doozlum, Ep 036 Shotgun Wedding 3.4 The Revenge Of Jedikiah Ep 037 The Curse Of The Mummy's Tomb, Ep 038 Last Chance, Ep 039 Farewekk Performance. SPECIAL FEATURES Full Episode Guides, Character Biographies, Picture Gallery, Fact Files, Exclusive Commentaries From Nicholas Young, Peter Vaughan-Clarke, Elizabeth Adare
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I have to say, though, that the DVD commentary, on all the discs (Seasons 1, 2, and 3) can be quite funny. In most cases its "Stephen" and "John", and occasionally "Tim" and "Liz". Although the host tries to ask them serious questions about the production of the show, they spend most of their time cracking jokes and pointing fun at each other's acting (Tim's "balls", Stephen's facial expressions, John's wardrobe, picking on Tyso, etc.). Definitely watch the episode first, then watch it again with the commentary. It's almost like being in the room with the actors as they pick apart their own performances, thirty years later. You don't get to learn much about the production of the show, but it's a good laugh.
In spite of Man for Emily being such a different episode, one highlight is Peter Davison being in the commentary! He starts off more serious, but then joins in with the banter with the other acters. Peter Davison was one of my favorite Dr. Who actors, so it's good to hear his voice and know that he is still alive and well.
I only bought this the other week as I was keen to see the episode with the alien Khultan which creeped me out with their dog/wolf mask's.....and Keith 'Chegger's' Chegwin!!
This story is called 'Worlds Away'. The first story 'Secret Weapon' is also very good. It's very retro to watch it again. The commentary from Nick Young and Peter Vaughn-Clarke is near the knuckle funny stuff. So much so I've ordered the full box set to have more laughs.
I'm also quite keen to watch Season 1 and 2 too, and some later stories. A month ago I would have never considered buying one Tomorrow People DVD, but it's so good to watch again...and that includes the funny commentary.
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