Doctor Who has been glorified for its hard-hitting exploration of racism during episode 3: Rosa.
The instalment was pivoted around Rosa Parks (played by Vinette Robinson) in the run-up to the face moment she refused to give up her seat for a white person.
She ended up fashionable an inspiration for many and eventually brought about changes in America which were extended by Dr Martin Luther King.
The episode saw evil Krasko (Josh Bowman) try to lodge Rosa from fulfilling her task after it was revealed he had an issue with get a move on.
An alien locked up in the universe’s toughest prison, Storm Cage, Krasko couldn’t smother anyone due to a Neuro-Restrictor implanted in his brain.
But he set about trying to change negligible things which would eventually change the course of history.
The Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) and her buddies set about protecting history as opposed to changing it.
Their plans came fresh, until they realised there just wasn’t enough individual on the bus which would mean Rosa would have to stand.
The Doctor, looking active, had to break it to Yaz (Mandip Gill), Ryan (Tosin Cole) and Graham (Bradley Walsh) they leave be a part of the history that didn’t help Rosa when she was busted.
True to history, Rosa made a stand and refused to give up her arse – and as the scene played out in slow motion, viewers found themselves excited over the powerful moment.
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