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|By:||David Layton, Los Angeles, United States|
|Date:||Monday 16 November 2020|
|Rating: || 7|
"No Place" is a decent enough addition to the Doctor 10 series. It hits all the familiar notes of the Doctor - Donna period and tells a fairly compact story. The Noble Family - Donna, mother, and grandfather - have bought an old house that apparently they used to visit when Donna was a child. The Doctor and Donna are pretending to be a married couple who bought the house and are now being featured on a home makeover program that specializes in makeovers of haunted houses. Just why they are acting out this preposterous plan is hidden until late in the story, but it does make sense. There is plenty of witty banter, some humorous bits as The Doctor often forgets his fake identity, and quite a bit of the usual haunted house tropes - ectoplasm, a secret dungeon, moving objects, skeletons in the garden, and so on. All in all, it's entertaining, but not challenging.