Somewhere in a suburb of North London, there’s a crisis. More than a crisis, a positive disaster: Belinda and Ralph are expecting four for supper, and there’s no Marie Rose sauce for the Prawns Marie Rose. All in all, the evening couldn’t possibly get any worse…
Until the doorbell rings, bringing The Doctor and Leela to the dinner party. They’ve got a crisis, too – temporal ruckage has sent the TARDIS to another time zone entirely. Meaning They might have to endure a whole evening in Belinda’s company.
But The Doctor and Leela aren’t the only uninvited guests tonight. There’s a strange fog falling, out in the road. And in that fog: savage blue-skinned monsters, with dinner party plans of their own. Because it’s not Prawns Marie Rose on their menu – it’s people!
Written By: Alan Barnes
Directed By: Nicholas Briggs
|Written By:||Alan Barnes|
|Sound Design:||Alistair Lock|
|Cover Art:||Anthony Lamb|
|Number of Discs:||1|
|Recorded At:||Audio Sorcery Studios|
Suburban Hell was the fifth story in the fourth series of the Fourth Doctor Adventures, produced by Big Finish Productions
Leela notes that The Doctor’s TARDIS is a Type 40. (The Deadly Assassin, The Pirate Planet, State of Decay)
Leela once again refers to the police as “blue guards.” (The Talons Of Weng-Chiang; The Renaissance Man, Energy of the Daleks, The Foe from the Future, The Hourglass Killers)
The Doctor refers to the disappearance of the crew of the Mary Celeste in 1872. During his first incarnation, he and his companions Ian Chesterton, Barbara Wright and Vicki Pallister were indirectly responsible for their disappearance. (The Chase)
The Monosaron Acolytes use a Glamour to disguise themselves. (The Glamour Chase; Damaged Goods)
Leela tells Belinda and Penny that she knows about heartbreak. (Death Match)