Broadcast: 22 November 1989
24 minutes 14 seconds
We race through a spiral of stars -- a galaxy -- the familiar form of the
TARDIS appears, wrapped in a sphere of energy.....it speeds away from
us......the galaxy forms a friendly, enigmatic face that winks at us......the
logo forms: ďDoctor WhoĒ.......
1: EXT. STREET -- PERIVALE, ENGLAND -- 1989 A.D.
A nice, sunny day in the English suburbs. The perfect day for washing your
car, in fact. And thatís just what a young blond-headed man is doing right
now, scrubbing his car with care.
Far above him on a wall behind a tree, unnoticed, is a black cat.
An old womanís face appears at the open window of the house.
Hey, your dinnerís on the table!
All right, mum!
Still unnoticed, the cat hisses at the young man. We look at the young man
through the catís slit-irised eyes.....
A low growl echoes through the street. THIS the young man notices. He looks
up, as a stiff blast of wind tears past him....
oh my god.....
He backs away, knocking over his bucket of soapy water. He starts running,
but the whatever-it-is thatís following him is keeping up (weíre looking
through itís POV). He trips back -- the thing rushes at him --
No -- NO --
A flash of light --
-- and an instant later, the street is empty. On the hood of a nearby car,
the cat slinks off.
At that moment, a long familiar wheezing and groaning sound appears.....and
the TARDIS materializes.....
Dorothy ďAceĒ McShane is the first out, her leather jacket slung over her
You had to pick a Sunday, didnít you?
The Doctor is next out, and he locks the door behind him.
ACE (as they start down the road)
You bring me back to the
boredom capitol of the universe, you pick the one day of the week you canít
even get a decent television program....
DOCTOR (putting the TARDIS key in his pocket and hefting his
As I recall, Ace, we came here at your request.
I just said I wondered what the old gang was up to! Thatís
all! You didnít have to bring us here....you could have dropped me out of
town, I could have phoned...I just wanted to see what my old mates were up
The Doctor is walking by the half-washed car. He noticed the spilled
bucket. The old woman is outside as well, looking worriedly around.....
You didnít have to have the guided tour....
The Doctor stops, and picks the bucket back up. He tips his hat to the old
Come on, Professor!
The Doctor resumes his walk with Ace.
So whatís so terrible about Perivale?
Nothing ever happens here.
2: EXT. HOUSE -- PERIVALE
Outside another house in the Perivale suburbs, a terrific racket is going
on. Bushes are shaking, the yowl of a cat can be heard....
A window opens, and another old woman peeks out.
OLD WOMAN #2
Wretched cats! Get out of my garden!! Go on, out!
OUT!! SHOO!! SHOO!!
The black cat leaps out of the bush, bolting across the green field, out of
3: EXT. FIELD -- PERIVALE
You can see the whole city from here. Ace and the Doctor take a good look
around as their walk continues.
How long since I was here?
Youíve been away as long as you think you have.
I feel like Iíve been away forever.
The good Doctor looks bored.
Any particular reason for coming here?
Itís Sunday. Some of the gang always comes up here on a
Oh, I donít know. Light a fire, muck about...you know.
The Doctor yawns.
ACE (clasps his shoulder)
Well, I told you it was dull. You donít
have to hang around here. Iíll meet you back at the TARDIS if you want.
The Doctor starts to walk off.
Oh, Iím sure Iíll find something to interest me.....
ACE (looks around)
Maybe they donít come up here anymore.
The Doctor notes a couple pieces of litter on the ground. He picks a piece
up. A bent-up can of cat food. He sniffs it.
Thereís no one around, is there? Nothing but tin cans and
The Doctor sticks his umbrella into a piece of manure.
Horses? In Perivale? Donít be stupid.
The Doctor sniffs at the can again, uncertain....
4: ANOTHER FIELD -- PERIVALE
A bunch of kids are playing football. And from the reeds, watching, is the
cat. A kid falls in front of the cat.....the kid gets up....the catís eyes
5: SOMEWHERE ELSE....
A manís eyes suddenly turn glowing yellow.
6: ANOTHER FIELD -- PERIVALE
The cat slowly turns his head to follow the boy. Itsí eyes, we notice, is
the same shade of green.
7: SOMEWHERE ELSE....
MAN (his voice strangely distorted)
No...no sport for you here.
8: EXT. HORSENDEN HILL -- PERIVALE
The kids with the football run downhill past the Doctor, who is consulting
a public map. He looks over at Ace, whoís just hung up a pay phone in disgust.
No one home. Are you really fed up?
Do you mind if I just trot down to the youth club?
Ace and the Doctor walk off. The cat shoots by a second later....
9: INT. YOUTH CLUB
The Doctor and Ace enter the hangout....but....
Where is everyone?!?
....it's deserted. And it apparently has been for some time.
Ace suddenly walks over to a bulletin board, filled with torn-up posters
and messages of various stripes, gouged into the wood.
Look at this. We used to have the coffee bar here. Whatís
happened to the coffee bar? (sigh) I mean, it always was a dump, but at least
you could meet people....
The Doctor walks around the back. He cracks open a door with his umbrella
-- revealing a fully equipped gym. A pair of guys in tights are wrestling
on the floor as a few others watch.
He points with his umbrella. She comes over and has a look. We notice a
middle-aged, balding, mustachioed guy in army fatigues with the wrestlers and
Well go on! Go on lad, what are you waiting for?
Iíve beaten him, Sarge!
Oh, you think weíre playing games, do you? Letís
Pretend, eh? Is that it? Is that what youíre going to do to help some villain,
some mugger? Help him up, dust him down, shake hands?!? Go on!
The wrestler (who canít be any older than Ace) slams his similarly-young
opponentís face into the mat. We notice that all the tight-wearing audience
are similiarly teenaged. The group applauds.
Thatís better. Thatís it. You all right, son?
WRESTLER #2 (rubbing his cheek)
You sure? Let me see that. You okay?
The wrestlers get up, and the army guy has a look at the injured wrestler.
Right, you go get cleaned up.
The wrestler walks off, and the army guy spots the Doctor and Ace.
Iíll be with you in a minute.
The Doctor tips his hat.
ARMY GUY (to the wrestlers)
Okay, lads. Shake hands, and ehh,
weíll see you next week, okay?
The wrestlers shake hands and start out of the club.....with the exception
of the first wrestler, who looks like heís about to cry.
WRESTLER (starts off)
Iíd already beat him, Sarge!
SARGE (shoves him, continually poking a finger in the wrestlerís
Oh, you think Iím too hard, do you? Pushing you too hard, am I? Have
you ever heard of ďsurvival of the fittest,Ē son? Eh? Have you ever heard of
that? Lifeís not a game, son. Here, Iím teaching you the art of survival. Iím
teaching you to fight back. What happens when life starts pushing you around,
son, eh? Whatíre you gonna do then?
The young manís fist flashes across the air -- the Sarge effortlessly
Thatís better. You all right now, eh? You all
All right, Sarge.
Good. Off you go, then.
The Sarge lets him go, then picks up his jacket from a punching bag.
ďSurvival of the fittest.Ē Rather a glib generalization,
donít you think? Survival of what, Mister, er...?
SARGE (puts his jacket on)
Sergeant Paterson. You show me a
better way of surviving, and Iíll give it a go.
ACE (as the Doctor walks off)
Whereís everyone else?
Who you looking for, luv?
The Doctor steps out and walks back to the bulletin board.
Everyone! Everyone used to hang around here on
Sundays. This was the only place you could get out of the house and out of the
Ironically, one of the posters on the bulletin board advertises ďCats.Ē The
Doctor seems more than a bit disturbed by it.
Meanwhile, Ace is still talking to the Sarge...
Well, itís self-defense every Sunday afternoon now. I donít
know what happened to the rest. (pauses, looks oddly at her) Donít I know you
ACE (a bit too quickly)
I donít think so.
Oh, thatís right. The police let you off with a warning,
didnít they? You were lucky.
Back at the bulletin board, the Doctor notices something at the front door,
looking back at him. The black cat.
Listen, Iím just looking for my friends, okay?
I donít think youíll have much luck then.
The Doctor walks over to the outer door, kneels down, and stares at the
cat. The cat matches his intense stare exactly.
10: SOMEWHERE ELSE....
11: INT./EXT. YOUTH CLUB
The Doctor looks back at the other door. The Sarge and Ace are coming up to
I think youíll find most of your crowd have moved on.
Moved to where?
Well, I think youíd have a better idea of that than me luv,
eh? Whereíve you been hiding yourself?
Your mum had you listed as a missing person. You donít give
a toss, do you? I dunno...four kids gone missing just this month....vanished
into thin air.
The Doctorís ears prick up at this....Ace looks stung by Sargeís words....
Itís the parents I feel sorry for. Doesnít cost much to
phone, luv. Tenpence, is all --
Ace has heard enough. She starts for the door, flinging her jacket on.
Come on, Doctor.
The cat bolts as Ace reaches the door. She runs out.
I wouldnít be that age again if you paid me. Would you?
I canít remember. Itís too long ago.
The Sarge snorts and walks out. The Doctor follows.
What a world to be young again in, eh? Only thing I can do
is teach Ďem to fight. That way, theyíll fight or go under.
The Doctorís eyes are riveted on where the cat went. The Sarge unchains his
motorbike from a post.
Half of them go under anyway around here. Canít save Ďem.
Tell me Sergeant, do you have a problem with strays?
I wouldnít know. Itís hardly a priority around here.
ACE (nearby leaning against a tree, loudly and disgusted)
Doctor, eh? (pokes the Doctorís chest) Youíre not in the
best of shape yourself though, are ya? You ought to build yourself up. You
know, I teach a class around here Monday nights for the older men.
DOCTOR (walking off, flustered)
Iím going to see a man about a
Ace smiles at the Doctorís discomfort. The two walk away from the club.
SARGE (calling after them)
Remember, keep fit! And self-defense!
One finger can be a deadly weapon!
As the two walk out of view, the cat hisses after them....
12: EXT. STREET -- PERIVALE
The two are now in a commercial district. Nearby, a news stand proclaims
ďLOCAL WOMAN STILL MISSING -- POLICE ABANDON HOPE!Ē And thereís no one in
It still looks the same. Dead. Weíre the only life there ever
was around here.
The Doctor notices the news stand headline. His eyes narrow.
Ace pauses at the door of a restaurant -- ďDrayton Court.Ē
I should have tried in here first, right? I wasnít thinking.
Back in a sec!
She runs in, as the Doctor rereads the headline with a creased brow. He
then turns and enters the convenience store the standís in front of....
13: INT. CONVENIENCE STORE
The Doctor takes a hand basket -- then pauses, overhearing a conversation
between the store owner (reading a tabloid) and a stock worker in the back.
Taking Sunday off? Do you think I wanna do it?
You think I wanna do it? You think I want to give up
my one day of rest to come in here and stand behind a cash register?
Standing behind a till all day can do your back in. I saw
something about it on the news last night....
The Doctor walks over to the cat food aisle, looking it over.
Yeah. Itís a jungle, though, right?
Yeah. Survival of the fittest, mate.
I mean, all these other shops are open, arenít they?
Whereíd you think weíd be if we didnít join here?
STOCKER (walks over to where the Doctor is)
Down the plughole.
Down the plughole without a paddle, mate. (to the Doctor) Can I help you?
Yes. (points to the cans) Which do you think theyíd
STORE OWNER (joins them)
Well, these brands. Which one do you think our feline
friends will find particularly....irresistable?
STOCKER (pulls out a couple of cans marked ďFurryĒ)
Well, if you
believe our advertisers, this is the one preferred by your cat connoisseur.
The Doctor takes the two cans of Furry.
STORE OWNER (pulls out a couple cans of another brand, dumping it in
the Doctorís arms)
And that one has a taste all cat owners who really care
put in a dish.
STOCKER (pulls out yet another brand, dumping it on the
Whereas these ones have the smell that drives a tabby cat wild.
The Doctorís arms are filled to near bursting.
No, no, no. Thatís an aftershave ad.
STORE OWNER (to himself)
Or is it for cats?
All I know is, my Tiger prefers cheese.
DOCTOR (lights up)
Cheese! Ahh yes....
The Doctor moves off toward the dairy section.
Itís the law of the jungle, mate, isnít it now?
Hmm. Thereís these two blokes, right? In a tent, in
You got another one for me, huh? Go on then, go on....
Itís really dark, and they hear this terrible noise
outside the tent. This terrible roaring noise. And one bloke turns to the
other bloke and he says, ďDid you hear that?Ē
I said, ďDid you hear that?Ē
Oh, right, right, yeah....
ďThat was a lion.Ē
The Doctor, checking out a choice piece of cheese, snaps alert and cocks
his head to the story.
And the other bloke, he doesnít say anything. He just
starts putting on his running shoes. The other bloke turns to him and says,
ďWhatíre you doing? You canít outrun a lion!Ē The bloke turns to him and he
says, ďI donít have to outrun the lion...Ē
Ha ha ha.....donít get it.
He doesnít have to outrun the lion. Only his friend. Then
the lion catches up with his friend and eats him. The strong survive, the weak
are killed. The law of the jungle.
Oh yeah. Very clever.
Yes, very clever. If you donít mind losing your friend.
Strangely, weíre suddenly seeing the Doctor, store owner, and stocker
through the catís POV -- but the cat would be behind the cans on the
....and even stranger, the Doctor seems to be looking right at the cat.
But what happens when the next lion turns up?
What next lion?
The Doctor points directly at the cat -- who erupts out of the shelf,
blasting past the startled store owner and sprinting out of the store in a
DOCTOR (taking the cat food and cheese out the door)
youíd better get your running shoes on, gentlemen.
14: EXT. STREET
Ace is sitting at a table outside the restaurant, slumped head on arms,
bored to tears. A can of diet soda sits on the table before her. The Doctor
comes out of the convenience store with the food.
Did you find your friends, then?
No one even remembers them.
The Doctor glances over at that news headline again.
Iím sure Iíve forgotten something....
The store owner comes out.
Hey! Havenít you forgotten something?
STORE OWNER (holds out his hand)
The Doctor thinks about it.
DOCTOR (shakes his head)
No, it wasnít that.....
He walks over to the table. He notices a pile of coins by the can of soda.
I got lucky on the fruit machine.
Well, theyíre all fixed anyway, those machines.
15: INT. CONVENIENCE STORE -- BACK ROOM
Wielding a flashlight, the stocker walks into the storage area of the
Tiger? Psst psst? Here boy. Tiger? Psst psst psst....
He suddenly spots something on the floor. His face twists with revulsion.
Len (the store owner) runs in.
What is it?
The stocker directs his attention to the floor.
Somethingís eaten Tiger.
From what we see on the floor, thatís an understatement....
16: EXT. STREET -- PERIVALE
At the door of another store, a skanky young woman shakes a collection cup
marked ďHunt Saboteurs.Ē Ace and the Doctor (now carrying his food in a bag)
runs up. The woman lights up as she recognizes Ace.
Oh....hi, Ace! I thought you were dead!
Thatís what they said. Either you were dead, or youíd gone
to Birmingham. (looks at the Doctor, whoís looking around nervously) Whoís he?
Oh, a friend of mine.
Oh. So you back to see your family?
So what you doiní here? Youíre well out of this dump.
I just wanted to see my friends, catch up a bit.
So where is everyone?
Dunno. Moved over west someplace. Think heís doing window
cleaning, thatís what I think.
The Doctor hunts over a small table before the shop. He picks up a book
about cats, then a scratching post....
Oh, heís gone.
DOCTOR (to himself)
Where are they all coming from...?
Darth Vader, the brain-dead plumber? Flo??
Yeah. Makes you think, eh?
What about Shreela?
Oh, sheís gone.
Heís gone, too.
Gone? Whatídya mean, gone?
Well, I dunno! Gone! Vanished!
People donít just vanish.
Yeah, well thatís different.
Yeah. So when did they go?
Well, Midge and Stevie went last month. Shreela went last
week, and they had to scrape her mom off the ceiling. Funny though, I always
thought she got along with her family....
This doesnít make sense....
Thatís what I said. Know what I reckon?
UFOs. They whisk Ďem off and do experiments on them like we
do on animals. Fancy cutting Stevie up to see whatís inside him....
ANGE (nudges her with the cup)
Well, come on, give us tenpence,
Ace obliges. Ange shakes the cup at the Doctor.
DOCTOR (reads the name)
Not a very efficient way to hunt, is it?
All that noise and pantomime just to slaughter one little animal. No, if
youíre going to hunt, you stalk your prey. You observe it, so you can take it
by surprise. And then you donít kill too many -- cover your tracks, so you
donít leave a smell....can you smell that?
Both girls are looking at him like heís nuts.
Canít. Hay fever.
What are you talking about, Professor? Something going on
DOCTOR (walks off)
ANGE (to Ace)
DOCTOR (to himself)
When is a cat not a cat.....? When it builds
its own catflap!
He yanks a can of cat food from his bag.
Bait, Ace. Bait.
The Doctor walks off.
Hang on, Professor!
She waves goodbye to the young woman, who waves back. Then she follows the
Doctor out of sight.
17: SOMEWHERE ELSE....
MAN (his eyes glowing yellow)
Show me. Show me....
18: EXT. YET ANOTHER STREET -- PERIVALE
A beefy young jogger is running down the sidewalk. The cat sits on a nearby
wall, watching him.
19: SOMEWHERE ELSE....
Yes, heíll do very well.....
20: EXT. STREET
A shadow passes over the jogger as he crosses the street. The wind, the
roar -- he falls back -- flash of light --
And again, an empty street.
21: EXT. ANOTHER STREET -- PERIVALE
The Doctor and Ace continue on down the road...
I canít believe he said that, you know! That T.A. Twit. (sits
up on a wall) I reckon that was well out of order. ďTenpence.Ē I mean, even if
I couldíve phoned, which I couldnít really --
The Doctor has knelt down on the ground, pulling a can out of cat food out
of the bag.
-- dyía think anyone wouldíve listened to me?
DOCTOR (to himself)
It was just that time. Just the whole crowd.....(grins) we
had a really good laugh. I canít believe everyone just disappeared...
The Doctor works furiously at the ground, opening up a dish of Sheba cat
food. Ace just now notices he hasnít been listening.
DOCTOR (holds out his hand)
Ace pulls out a can opener, and hands it to the Doctor. He starts to open
the can of ďFurry.Ē
Are you listening to me?
DOCTOR (effort as he tries to open the can)
Ace rolls her eyes and walks off. He starts spooning large dollops of Furry
onto the ground. She looks back, shakes her head, and walks on. The Doctor
grabs his umbrella and hides behind a fence.
Eventually, a white-and-brown cat walks up and starts dining on the Sheba.
No, youíre not the one Iím after....
Behind him at a house, a woman taps on her window from inside.
What are you doing?
DOCTOR (waves at her)
Shhh....quiet! (to the cat) Shoo!
The cat runs off. The Doctor sighs.
22: EXT. PLAYGROUND
Ace is sitting forelorn on an old spinning chair. As she moves around, her
eyes fall upon --
-- the black cat.
She gets up and walks over to it, holding her hand out. She picks the cat
up, moving it over to a tire swing. The cat hisses....jumps out of her grip,
running off....Ace sighs, sitting back on the swing.....
The wind starts up.....that loud growl is heard again....Ace turns, and
sees whatís been stalking the people.
A humanoid on a horse. Except that humanoid has the head, arms and growl of
Any other person would scream at this point. Ace says ďWow.Ē
The cheetah person leans in close, snarling at her.
Ace gets the idea that this guy doesnít like being told ďWow.Ē She starts
running, leaping atop the spinning chair as the horse gallops at her. She
leaps off the chair, bolts to a slide -- then to another -- the horse keeps up
with her --
She puts herself in one of those dome-shaped swinging bar cages. Now the
cheetah person canít get at her without jumping off the horse.....
23: EXT. STREET
At the fence, the Doctor winces -- a brown dog is coming up to the cat food
Go on, go away! Go on! Shoo! Dog, go away!!
The dog doesnít listen.
The Doctor suddenly double-takes -- he runs in front of the fence, down the
24: EXT. PLAYGROUND
The cheetah personís still riding around Ace.
This guy ainít going anywhere -- sheíll have to risk it. She dives out of
the dome, running across the field -- the jet black horse effortlessly keeps
up, catches up -- a flash of light --
25: EXT. ?????
-- and Ace is suddenly somewhere else entirely.
Sheís at the top of a rocky slope. On pure instinct, she runs down the
slope, diving for the ground.
26: EXT. PLAYGROUND
The Doctor arrives to find nothing but an empty playground. Heís almost
breathing fire, heís so mad.
So, theyíve taken you away...taken you off the
planet....but Iíll find you....
27: EXT. ?????
Rocky slopes are far as the eye can see. Purple, cloudy skies. And a smoke
column, rising in the far distance....
Ace pulls herself up. She suddenly notices, half hidden behind a bush, two
black cats and --
-- a dead man, holding a sponge. The car washer, his eyes open.
Ace forces back a wave of nausea. From behind her, several feet away, the
cheetah person and horse appears. He lets out a howl -- Ace bolts again, as
the horse starts down the slope towards her....
28: EXT. STREET
The Doctor races back to the site of his cat trap. And this time, the cat
chowing down is pure black.
DOCTOR (reaches an arm out for it)
Just as heís about to snatch it by the scruff, a beefy arm yanks him back
-- itís the Sarge!
Now what do you think youíre up to?
The cat bolts away. The Doctor looks ready to slug the Sergeant.
Iíve heard complaints--
Whatís that to do with you?!?
Iíve got no time for that!! Iíve got to catch that cat!
The Sargeís steel arms keep the Doctor locked firmly in place.
Youíre a public nuisance --
Will you leave me go -- ?!?
Now donít be stupid, and donít get yourself into real
Aw, the hell with this. The Doctor presses a thumb against the Sargeís
forehead. The Sarge drops like a sack of rocks.
DOCTOR (snide imitation of the Sarge)
One finger can be a deadly
He runs off. The Sarge gets back on his feet.
29: EXT. ?????
Ace is still in a losing chase with the cheetah person. Her breathís almost
gone, and she finally slips and falls in a sand dune. The horse comes to a
halt beside her. The cheetah man dismounts, slowly approaching....
Go away! Get away from here! GET AWAY FROM HERE!!
Suddenly thereís a young guy rushing out of a grove of trees. The cheetah
person takes off after him. Heís on him in two large strides, forces him down,
sinks its fangs into him.....
Ace grabs a rock....
The cheetah person turns, blurs past Ace, knocking her to the ground before
she can use the rock, is back on his horse, riding over to the young man,
picking him up, slinging him over the horseís back, riding off......
A bedraggled young woman appears from the trees. Ace jumps up.
She runs over to the woman.
Ace, you shouldnít have run....they always go for you if
She pulls Ace toward the trees.
30: EXT. STREET -- PERIVALE
The Doctor is on his hands and knees now, stalking that black cat. He
approaches a pair of garbage cans.....
Why donít you come out and weíll talk about this sensibly,
The cat leaps out of the garbage. The Doctor jumps upright and starts
running after it again. In the distance behind him, the Sarge becomes visible
on his bike.
HEY, COME BACK!! COME BACK HERE!!
31: EXT. FOREST -- ?????
Shreela leads Ace through the forest, to where a pair of leather-jacket
wearing young men are sitting around a campfire.
Hi, Ace. Long time.
Is Stevie here too?
Stevie? Heís cat food, isnít he?
SHREELA (as the two guys chuckle)
MIDGE (indicates the other guy)
This is Derek. Heís doing very
well. Heís been here three weeks. Only got flesh wounds.
SHREELA (moves over to the fire)
Weíll have to move on soon. They
hunt at night sometimes....
They can see in the dark. You canít see them....just their
Shreela and Derek share a haunted look. Midge....well, sullen doesn't quite
seem to describe it....
Just as well Iím here. You need some sorting out, you know?
32: EXT. STREET -- PERIVALE
The Doctorís huffing and puffing, but finally the catís in sight -- sitting
on another wall. The Doctor climbs atop it, crawling toward the cat, arm out
The Sargeís arm clamps down like a vise on the Doctorís ankle!!!
The cat jumps off the wall -- a flash of light -- the Doctor gets yanked
off the wall --
33: EXT. ?????
And suddenly the Doctor and the Sarge are lying in the sand, on that
You stupid --
A growl interrupts him. A cheetah man, lying on the ground with them,
chowing down on some bloody meat.
The two freeze.
Where the hell are we?
Shut up, and we may survive.
The Doctor and Sarge get up, walking -- not running -- away from the
feeding cheetah man. They find themselves before a pair of tents. Another pair
of cheetah men appear, approaching but not attacking. The two continue walking
backwards, herded by the cheetah men towards one of the tents. Realizing this,
the Doctor uses his umbrella and lifts the tent flap.
Behind it is the mystery man whoís been controlling the cat. A goateed,
Why, Doctor.....what an unexpected pleasure.
And before the Doctorís own, the Masterís eyes change from human....to the
glowing yellow of the cheetah people.......
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