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This page is for discussing the ways in which Nightmare of Eden doesn't fit well with other DWU narratives. You can also talk about the plot holes that render its own, internal narrative confusing.

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  • In episode two, K-9 cuts a hole in the wall, and it is glowing red-hot. Yet a few seconds later, when the Fourth Doctor and Rigg lift it away, it's cool.
This is a futuristic space age material that absorbs energy faster than modern alloys.
  • Dymond consistently calls his ship 'he-kayt', whereas everyone else refers to it as the 'he-ka-tay'.
It's his ship, he can pronounce its name any way he wants.
Also, variations in pronunciation of lots of names are really very common.
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