Watched Remembrance of the Daleks after Thanksgiving Feasting.
I'm not a big fan of that era of Who, but I really liked this serial. Sylvester McCoy's Doctor returns to the school where he and Susan the first Companions in 1962.
The Daleks are there too, searching for a Power Object that Doctor One hid (exceedingly poorly). In fact there are two Dalek factions, one headed by a Super intelligent school girl (!) and one headed by Davros. (the Davros reveal is weirdly off hand, even prefunctry).
There's an army/intel presense as well, with a Proto-Brigadier (He's just a Group Captain) and a female Scientific Advisor. Neither really play much of a part in the story.
One reason I fell out of Dr Who was they made him a Secret Ruler Of The Universe. Here he The Hand of Omega: a device that's like a Death Star except it's smaller than a coffin (which is where The Doctor hides it) and is also sentient. The Doctor decides to let the Daleks get the Hand, having programmed it to destroy Skaro's sun (at some unspecified time in the future) then the Dalek Battleship (after Davros escapes). The exact same plot happens in Silver Nemesis only with Cybermen.
So we're to believe that in every previous story The Doctor feigned not already knowing about Daleks (and Cybermen), also only pretended to be threatened by them (plus having the off Companion killed by them), when all along he could have destroyed all of them. Blah.
Still, it was a pleasant two hours, I really liked McCoy and Sophie Alred as Ace, and the production values are pretty good, esp for Who.