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1.05 Lock and Key (COMPLETE DRAFT)

1.05 Lock and Key (COMPLETE DRAFT)

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1.7 "Lock and Key" by hitchhikerstowel, edited by entertain-me (COMPLETED)
1.7 "Lock and Key" by hitchhikerstowel, edited by entertain-me (COMPLETED)

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DOCTOR WHO FAN AUDIO SERIES
Episode 8
“Lock and Key”

By
Hitchhikerstowel
Revised by
Entertain-me

Based on:
Doctor Who
(c) BBC

NARRATOR
The vacuum of space, a vast and very desolate
place. A place of tranquility and peace. A
place whose peace is being shattered by a shrill
distress signal, coming from a large, grey block
of metal with small engines on the sides. The same
shrill distress signal which has just caught the
attention of a certain Timelord and his companion.

INT. CORRIDOR - PRISON SHIP
(We hear the sound of the TARDIS materialising, the door
opening, footsteps as the Doctor and Alicia step out )

ALICIA
So, Doctor, where and when are we - and why are
we literally in the dark?

(The sound of the sonic screwdriver can be heard as the Doctor
checks his watch)

DOCTOR
Well, by my watch, it’s April 21st in the year
80,016 and we’re on a prison ship just on the outer
reaches of your solar system. Looks like 80th
millenia Earth architecture, too.

(taps part of vessel)
Not the most imaginative period - a bit boring,
really. Oh, and we’ve received a distress signal.

ALICIA
And the lights aren’t working because...?
DOCTOR
I know! Whatever happened to hospitality, eh?
ALICIA
Hospitality on a prison ship?

DOCTOR
Itcanhappen. I can say with absolute certainty
that you’ll never find a nicer bunch than on the
federal prison of Jaxaroth 7. Except on the actual
planet, of course. Very nice but incredibly stupid.

NARRATOR
The Doctor and Alicia set off cautiously down the
dark, dank corridor, with the Doctor’s trusty sonic
screwdriver as their guiding light. The screwdriver
was aimed towards the ground and fell, at once, upon
a still figure lying on the floor.

ALICIA
Oh my...!
DOCTOR
Ah, maybe not so boring 80th millenia, after all.

(examines body with screwdriver)
Looks like he died of asphyxiation. He’s been
strangled. I’d say he’s been dead for a week. But
why would they just leave him here?

ALICIA
I’m not liking this, Doctor.
DOCTOR
Come on, let’s find out what’s happened.
(we hear footsteps as the Doctor and Alicia continue on, very
slowly)
ALICIA
I can’t see a thing!

DOCTOR
Try eating more carrots. Wait a moment, I’ll just
power this thing up.

(We hear the sonic screwdriver powering up as it creates more
light)
DOCTOR
Oh.

NARRATOR
As the sonic screwdriver increases in brightness,
more bodies are revealed. A lot more bodies.

ALICIA
Are...Are they all dead?

DOCTOR
Yes, I’d say they are. Notice the prison cells next
to us have no front walls. From the looks of things,
it’s a force-field generated cell wall. How stupid
is that? Would’ve gone right out with the lights.

(We hear the sonic screwdriver as the Doctor examines a couple
of bodies)
DOCTOR
Hmm. Asphyxiation, again. You know what I’m

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