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Back in the warehouse, Susan is on the verge of collapsing from her efforts to hold back the mob with her mind. Her efforts have only delayed the mob, and Susan is now no longer able to hold them back. Cedric grabs a hammer and is ready to fight the mob, when the members of the mob collapse to the floor, unconscious. The Doctor's device has successfully blocked the signal. Cedric offers to help Susan to her feet, but Susan refuses, still hurt from Cedric's betrayal. Susan manages to get to her feet, as the Doctor and Colonel Rook return. The Doctor hugs his granddaughter, proud of her bravery.
 
Back in the warehouse, Susan is on the verge of collapsing from her efforts to hold back the mob with her mind. Her efforts have only delayed the mob, and Susan is now no longer able to hold them back. Cedric grabs a hammer and is ready to fight the mob, when the members of the mob collapse to the floor, unconscious. The Doctor's device has successfully blocked the signal. Cedric offers to help Susan to her feet, but Susan refuses, still hurt from Cedric's betrayal. Susan manages to get to her feet, as the Doctor and Colonel Rook return. The Doctor hugs his granddaughter, proud of her bravery.
   
Rook asks the Doctor if it is all over now, to which the Doctor tells him that the enemy device will only be disabled for a short time, so they need to have it destroyed before it can activate again. Rook tells the Doctor that there is still a war to fight, and that the Doctor and Susan will still help them, but Cedric blocks him. After all, Susan and the Doctor have just saved their lives. Rook reminds Cedric about the war, but Cedric believes that the war he is thinking of is the wrong war. They were ready to use the Doctor and Susan as tools, making them no better than their enemy. Rook considers this, and agrees with Cedric. Rook promises the Doctor that his secret is safe, to which the Doctor only asks him, "And what secret would that be?" Cedric apologises to Susan, who doesn't accept it. As far as she is concerned, her friendship with Cedric is over.
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Rook asks the Doctor if it is all over now, to which the Doctor tells him that the enemy device will only be disabled for a short time, so they need to have it destroyed before it can activate again. Rook tells the Doctor that there is still a war to fight, and that the Doctor and Susan will still help them, but Cedric blocks him. After all, Susan and the Doctor have just saved their lives. Rook reminds Cedric about the war, but Cedric believes that the war he is thinking of is the wrong war. They were ready to use the Doctor and Susan as tools, making them no better than their enemy. Rook considers this, and agrees with Cedric. Rook promises the Doctor that his secret his safe, to which the Doctor only asks him, "And what secret would that be?" Cedric apologises to Susan, who doesn't accept it. As far as she is concerned, her friendship with Cedric is over.
   
 
The Doctor and Susan leave the warehouse. The Doctor tells her how proud he is of her, and of how she has proven how strong her mental abilities are. The Doctor suggests that the two of them work on that talent. However, he notices an odd look on Susan's face, and asks her what is wrong. Susan shudders and tells him that she has a feeling, possibly a premonition, that [[Creevix|something terrible]] is coming, something that will affect everything that ever was, that is, and that will be. It won't come anytime soon, but in the future, and it will be [[The Time Machine (audio story)|the Doctor's destiny to face it]], a destiny he can't escape.
 
The Doctor and Susan leave the warehouse. The Doctor tells her how proud he is of her, and of how she has proven how strong her mental abilities are. The Doctor suggests that the two of them work on that talent. However, he notices an odd look on Susan's face, and asks her what is wrong. Susan shudders and tells him that she has a feeling, possibly a premonition, that [[Creevix|something terrible]] is coming, something that will affect everything that ever was, that is, and that will be. It won't come anytime soon, but in the future, and it will be [[The Time Machine (audio story)|the Doctor's destiny to face it]], a destiny he can't escape.
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== Continuity ==
 
== Continuity ==
* Before the Doctor and Susan settled down in Shoreditch in 1963, they took a brief trip to [[St Albans]] on [[17 December]] [[1997]] to ensure that the [[United Kingdom]] would remain safe during and after the [[1960s]]. Unbeknownst to either of them, the [[Fourth Doctor]] and his companions [[Romana II]] and [[K9 Mark II|K9]] were in the vicinity on the same day. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Little Things (short story)|The Little Things]]'')
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* Before the Doctor and Susan settled down in Shoreditch in 1963, they took a brief trip to [[St Albans]] on [[17 December]] [[1997]] to ensure that the [[United Kingdom]] would remain safe during and after the [[1960s]]. Unbeknownst to either of them, the [[Fourth Doctor]] and his companions [[Romana II|Romana]] and [[K9 Mark II|K9]] were in the vicinity on the same day. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Little Things (short story)|The Little Things]]'')
 
* Cedric jokes that sometimes it seems that Susan can read people's minds. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Sensorites (TV story)|The Sensorites]]'')
 
* Cedric jokes that sometimes it seems that Susan can read people's minds. ([[TV]]: ''[[The Sensorites (TV story)|The Sensorites]]'')
 
* Susan and Cedric listen to [[the Beatles]] on Susan's transistor radio. They have recently beaten [[John Smith and the Common Men]] to the No. 1 on the British charts. ([[TV]]: ''[[An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]''; [[AUDIO]]: ''[[1963: Fanfare for the Common Men (audio story)|1963: Fanfare for the Common Men]]'')
 
* Susan and Cedric listen to [[the Beatles]] on Susan's transistor radio. They have recently beaten [[John Smith and the Common Men]] to the No. 1 on the British charts. ([[TV]]: ''[[An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]''; [[AUDIO]]: ''[[1963: Fanfare for the Common Men (audio story)|1963: Fanfare for the Common Men]]'')
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