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Day of the Moon

“As long as there’s been something in the corner of your eye, or creaking in your house, or breathing under your bed, or voices through a wall; they’ve been running your lives for a very long time now, so keep this straight in your head. We are not fighting an alien invasion, we’re leading a […]

The Doctor’s advice – in fast forward

This is a bit of fun, for those of you who remember Human Nature/Family of Blood in Series 3. We get to hear what Tennant actually said during the fast forwarded section. Enjoy!

The Impossible Astronaut

The events of ‘The Impossible Astronaut’ and ‘The Day of the Moon’, episodes 1 and 2 of Series 6, take place in the United States in 2011 and 1969. The plot devised by ‘The Silence’ to kill the Doctor appears to succeed on the shores of Lake Silencio when someone wearing an Apollo Astronaut’s space […]

The Big Jump for Mr and Mrs Pond

In “The Angels take Manhattan” the adventures of Amy and Rory have finally come to an end. And in spectacular fashion! The morphing of the Weeping Angels into both cherub forms and that of a giant Statue of Liberty (who could zap you back into the past) was a most brilliant way to dispatch Doctor […]

You gave me hope….

Hope came knocking at the Doctor’s door in (very) deep space. He opened the TARDIS to see a small glowing cube, which, as he explained to Amy and Rory, is ‘the Time Lord emergency messaging system. In an emergency, we’d wrap up thoughts in psychic containers and send them through time and space….there’s a Time […]

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