In this story, Paris was under siege. The two close friends met up before the war every sunday to go fishing in a fairly big and beautiful river, which was near the village of Argentiuel and was a place that was behind the enemy lines during this time. On the way to go fishing by the river, they passed the land near Colombes which was all empty because of the evacuation.
The king gives a speech praising the Doctor and Jamie for helping him defeat his "evil" brother Conrad. They see the giant statue, now built, but instead of Gavin's head, it is Conrad's. The Tower of Judgement has been destroyed.
They are greeted by Ernstwho takes them to his place for tea. They learn that it's been ten years since they were last here. On information received from Ernst and his friend Geffrethey learn that they are credited with defeating the evil Gavin and restoring King Conrad to the throne. Sitting outside by themselves, the Doctor and Jamie discuss the situation.
The Doctor feels something is wrong, though Jamie is inclined to leave things as they are, as the people seem happy. Jamie points out that, though mostly identical, there is one difference: They worry that the Gavin they restored to the throne on the first planet may be the same tyrant as the one on this planet.
They return to the first planet several years after the previous visit, and talk to Ernst. Things are going well. However, the Doctor has a plan.
Of course each king thinks he is seeing his evil brother. They object to being in the other's presence, but listen to the Doctor. He suggests they should work together.
They are stubborn, and even Jamie doesn't think it will work. The Doctor finally asks each one what is wrong with his brother, and the answers surprise him.
Gavin says Conrad eats with his mouth open, and Conrad says Gavin breathes "in a really annoying way". The Doctor leaves them to enjoy their arguing, and eventually brings each back to his own planet.
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Because of the setting of being in Paris, there was a stereotypical way of portraying the two friends. It made the two friends seem like very brave people, which is one of the stereotypes of French people. Know your story locale and setting--write like a native. Verify setting details in your stories.
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