DOCTOR WHO/MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATRE 3000/THE MAXX: TRANDSIMENSIONAL MADNESS, part 24
Scribe: Jay McIntyre Publisher: Skye Rael
"Good, then let's go," said the Doctor, and led them into the next room, which was Gone and the Toymakers' command center. It was a vast place, full of flickering computers. The Toymaker and Gone were just arriving on a sort of levitating platform. "It's been too long, Doctor," said the Toymaker. "Not long enough," the Doctor replied, his distaste clear. "I had thought that if you were going to seek revenge, you would've done it before now." "Do you have any idea how long it took to escape my destroyed world?" the Toymaker hissed. "While you lived your various lives, I was trapped! I've had many years to plot my revenge, Doctor!!" The Doctor waved a hand airily. "Yes yes yes, blah blah blah, I've heard it all beforrrre.," he trilled. "You two are worse than the Maxx when he starts one of his heroic rants," said Gone. Ace shivered at the sight of his disembodied head. "This is all just another bad movie cliche," Joel countered, "You included." Gone ignored him. "The time has come for all of you to die."