Utopia has to be the best way to describe episode 11 of Doctor Who series 3. Why? well apart from probably the best script and most action packed episode of series 3 it also saw the return of two old faces Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) and The Master (Derek Jacobi and John Simm). Jack's return to Doctor Who was a brilliant display of humour and amazing acting. Whereas the great Derek Jacobi (Professor Yana, The Master) and John Simm's short display of The Master are truly to be admired. The basic story line see's the Tardis with its hitchhiker on board (Jack) being flung into the far future to the end of the universe where Gallaxys have collapsed and one man fights to save his people.
Though of course this one man The Professor is not all that he seems. This story also features a enemy known as The Fututrekind who are believed to be the future for all those stuck and waiting to go to Utopia. As well of all this we also had some exciting flashbacks of Rose, Captain Jack, The Face Of Boe's final words and of course them exciting scenes of The Doctor becoming human. Overall I would give this episode a 9.5/10.