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Doctor Who: Death In Heaven (8X12)



After the events of last weeks episode we follow Clara As she is trapped with a Cyberman in the headquarters of 3W within St. Paul’s Cathedral, and when it attempts to ‘delete’ her for her irrelevance, she uses her knowledge of the Doctor to claim she is the Time Lord. Outside, the Doctor reels from the revelation that Missy, the woman controlling the Cybermen, is in fact a female incarnation of the Master. She reveals that 91 Cybermen, one for every city and major town in the UK, have been released from St. Paul’s and will explode, releasing ‘Cyber pollen’ over the graveyards and reincarnating the dead as Cybermen. In the Nethersphere, the dimension where the souls of the dead are trapped by Missy, Danny Pink discusses what happens next with virtual assistant Seb, but fails to ‘delete’ his emotions before the souls are released back to their decomposing bodies via rainclouds.

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UNIT, led by Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, surround the Doctor, Missy, and her group of Cybermen and knock both the Doctor and Missy out. Clara fails to convince the Cybermen within 3W that she is truly the Doctor, but escapes deletion when Danny, reincarnated as a Cyberman, arrives and destroys them.

Aboard a protected UNIT plane Kate reveals to the Doctor that he has been nominated as ‘President of Earth’ and has control of the planet’s armies. He objects to this, and, on detailing Missy and the Cybermen’s plans to her, despairs that there is nothing they can do for Earth now. Missy escapes her captors and kills UNIT scientist Osgood, claiming insanity. The Doctor faces her while a horde of Cybermen attack the plane, and Missy explodes the side of the aircraft, sending Kate and the Doctor plummeting toward their deaths while she teleports to safety.

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The Doctor narrowly avoids death by calling the TARDIS to him and joins Clara at a graveyard, where she has realised who Danny is. She begs the Doctor to delete Danny’s emotions, but the Doctor refuses in fear he will turn on a devastated Clara. However, Danny convinces him to so he can access Missy’s plans from the core Cyber hive, believing that he will still have self-restrain due to the strong love between him and Clara. When he does, he reveals that a second rainfall is coming; one which will convert living humans into Cybermen as well.

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Missy teleports to join them and gifts the Doctor with control of the Cyber army so that he can lead his own personal army across the universe in his conquer. The Doctor refuses control and passes it instead to Danny, who has managed to keep control of his emotions. He leads the Cyber army into the sky, where they explode, stopping the second rainfall and saving the remaining humanity. Furious over what has happened, Clara demands that the Doctor kill Missy to ensure that she does not repeat what she has done, but Missy attempts to dissuade him by claiming that she knows where the lost Gallifrey is. The Doctor decides she is too dangerous and moves to kill her using her own weapon, but before he can fire, a rogue Cyberman kills her. Kate’s survival is also confirmed as the Cyberman conversion of her father, Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, saved her from her fall; the Doctor bids goodbye to him with a salute.

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With Missy’s control bracelet, Danny has the potential to resurrect himself but instead sends through a child he accidentally killed while serving in the army. Clara is devastated, but agrees to see the child home. She meets with the Doctor to tell him about Danny’s ultimate fate but the news that he has found Gallifrey interrupts her. Not wanting to stop him from returning home, Clara lies that Danny has been resurrected and they say a farewell, seemingly for good; unaware that the Doctor too has lied and Gallifrey was not where Missy guided him towards.

In a mid-credits scene, the Doctor is shocked when Santa Claus steps through the TARDIS doors asking what he wants this year. Well pretty much every Whovian after last night wants to forget this episode. But hey not long til Christmas!!!! Here’s your sneak peak and Happy Holidays!

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Watch the ‘Doctor Who’ 2020 Holiday Special Trailer Now



Doctor Who Holiday Special 2020 Trailer

It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays. 

And that can only mean one thing — a special holiday episode of Doctor Who

BBC America announced the episode “Revolution of the Daleks” will air at 8 p.m. ET on New Year’s Day.

The announcement was accompanied by a trailer that includes Chris Noth, John Barrowman, and Jodie Whittaker’s Time Lord coming to you from behind a high-security alien prison.

Oh, there’s also flying Daleks. 


“We’ve crammed this year’s Doctor Who special with an explosion of extraordinary acting talent,” said showrunner Chris Chibnall in a statement. “Where else would you get British acting royalty, a globally renowned US screen star, an (inter)national treasure of stage and screen and one of Britain’s hottest young actors — just in the guest cast! Put those together with Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Mandip Gill, and Tosin Cole (and Daleks! Did I mention Daleks!) — and you get a cast to be exterminated for. And things will explode. Promise.”

So, mark your calendar’s and check out the trailer below:

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Doctor Who: The Magician’s Apprentice (9X01)



This episode takes place after the events of Last Christmas. Plus if you need a refresher on who the players are involved then I suggest you re-watch Death In Heaven (8X12) and The Stolen Earth/Journey’s End (4X12 & 13).

The episode begins on an extra-terrestrial battle ground where a boy is trapped by “hand mines”, creatures which are hands with eyes, and kill by dragging the victim underground. The Doctor arrives and tries to save the boy, but after the boy says that his name is Davros, the Doctor, shocked, abandons him.

On present day Earth, Clara was in the middle of teaching class when she notices a plane frozen in the sky. She is then summoned to the Tower of London by UNIT to help them contact the Doctor. UNIT reveal that every plane that is currently airborne has frozen and no-one knows why. While trying to work out who it is freezing the planes and what their motive is, UNIT receive a message on a channel specifically created by UNIT for the Doctor should he ever need to contact. The sender of this message is revealed to be Missy, who confirms that she was the one that froze the planes and she needs Clara’s help in finding the Doctor. Missy also reveals that the Doctor’s confession dial, or ‘Last Will and Testament’, has been presented to her, meaning that the Doctor believes he only has one more day to live.

Also looking for the Doctor is Colony Sarff, who has been appointed by an elderly, dying Davros. Clara and Missy track the Doctor down to Essex in the year 1138, where the Doctor has spent three weeks “partying” introducing a number of anachronistic items. The three’s reunion is quickly cut short as Sarff takes them to what appears to be a space station. The Doctor is taken to Davros, who tells the Doctor that he remembers what he did when he was a little boy and reveals that he intends to destroy everything the Doctor loves before finally killing him. In the meantime, Missy notices that the space station’s gravity does not feel artificial, as would be expected on a space station. She opens the air lock and steps out into what looks like space, before realising that they are actually standing on a planet. The planet becomes visible and, much to Missy’s horror, is revealed to be Skaro, the homeworld of the Daleks. The two are then captured by the Daleks who, while the Doctor watches, exterminate both Clara and Missy and destroy the TARDIS, which they had procured from Essex earlier, leaving the Doctor alone and powerless.

The Doctor returns to the hand mine field. Davros asks if the Doctor’s come to save him, but the Doctor, pointing a Dalek gun at Davros, says he’s going to save his friends, and shouts ‘exterminate!’.

Cut to black…TO BE CONTINUED!!!!

This episode marks the return of Davros, the creator of the Dalek’s. His last appearance was with the 10th Doctor in Season 4. This episode also marks the return of Kate Stewart head of UNIT after a short stint in last season’s finale. Also Missy returns after her demise in the season finale but this time helping the Doctor instead of harming him. What will become of the Doctor with everything now taken away from him? What has become of Missy and Clara?

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Doctor Who: 10 Years Since the Return



It’s been 10 years to the day since the return of the Time Lord with the blue box time machine the TARDIS. So many fantastic memories that make us want to jump in and say Alons’y or Geronimo! I have my top 10 favorite episode of the last 10 years.

10. The Wedding of River Song: Starting off the list is the finale from season 6 where the time dimensions hold at a specific time. April 22, 2011 at 5:02 PM is the time of death of the Doctor…or is it?

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9. Rose: This is the episode that brought the show back. As a newly regenerated Doctor emerges from the Time War to help a new companion Rose Tyler stop the Auton’s from invading London.

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8. The Shakespeare Code: In season 3 following the events of a stolen hospital, the Doctor and a new companion Martha Jones take to the time of Shakespeare and uncover dark magic.

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7. The Eleventh Hour: Following the 2009 Christmas/New Year special a new face takes on the role of the Time Lord as Matt Smith’s 11th Doctor joins Amy Pond in a race to stop Prisoner Zero from invading Earth.

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6. The Power of Three: In season 7 the Doctor gets a first hand account of life on Earth for a long period of time when an invasion of cube like creatures make an impact on daily life.

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5. Journey’s End: The Season 4 finale brings all the Doctors’s companions since the 2005 return as the Dalek’s take 27 planets from around the universe including Earth.

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4. The Big Bang: The Season 5 finale takes us to a time where the stars go out and the Pandorica opens with the ultimate enemy of of the universe.

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3. The End of Time: The 2009 Christmas/New Years brought the end of David Tennant’s 10th Doctor as the Time Lord’s return and an enemy grows more insane taking over every human on Earth.

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2. The Day of the Doctor: The 50th Anniversary Special brings the Doctor’s together as the Zygons take offer the planet. But it comes during a time when even Gallifrey can’t hold on in the final days of the Time War.

1. World War Three: This was the first episode I got exposed to. In Season 1 the Slitheen have taken over London and plan to take over the Earth, but not without igniting World War Three.

You can grab your copies of the last 8 seasons or watch on Hulu and Netflix. Catch the return this fall on BBC America.

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