Mark Watches ‘Doctor Who’: S06E04 – The Doctor’s Wife

In the fourth episode of the sixth series of Doctor Who, the TARDIS is called outside of the universe — for real!!! — by a mysterious message that seems absolutely impossible. The Doctor, Rory, and Amy land on a planet that finally gives a view of the TARDIS we’ve never had the chance to see. Intrigued? Then it’s time for Mark to watch Doctor Who.

It’s Sunday night, just past 11:00pm, and I’m exhausted. I waited until around 1:30am early this morning for iTunes to post the episode, and since then, I’ve watched “The Doctor’s Wife” three times. I’m entranced by what Neil Gaiman has handed the Doctor Who world, a story that has just…well, blown me away. I recall a statement he had made during his WonderCon appearance, about how he was surprised at the idea that no one had ever written a Doctor Who episode specifically about this. What this was, was a mystery, of course, but having now seen this episode thrice in one 24-hour period, I am both amazed that no one had ever attempted this before, and totally thrilled that Neil Gaiman was the one to get a chance to do so.

And I’ve just sat with my word processor open and not a single word typed for twenty minutes. I honestly don’t know what to say about this episode, at least not in any coherent manner.

I’ll start with this: Ever since I properly finished the series for Mark Watches, I’ve been utilizing Netflix Instant (and the occasional DVD) to pick random serials from the classic series to watch without having to think analytical about them. It’s been a lot of fun to just sit and enjoy the stories as they are, especially since I’m so used to having to mentally note things I’ll want to write about. I’ve gotten to watch “The Armageddon Factor” with Tom Baker (SO FUCKING GOOD) and “The Awakening” with Peter Davison (ALSO QUITE GOOD). Point being, I managed to spend a weekend (splitting it into two five-part sessions) watching “The War Games,” Patrick Troughton’s final appearance. (KIND OF DEPRESSING AND FUCKED UP.) So, given this, when there was a knock on the TARDIS and a fucking hypercube flew into the room, I knew that SHIT WAS GOING TO BE UNBEARABLY REAL. A hypercube? But that’s how Time Lords communicate! I thought. Wait. WAIT.


Funny thing, that thought. It was an episode about Time Lords and the TARDIS and it was not anything a single one of us expected. And while there are so many continuity and series mythology reveals that make this episode truly magical, I also don’t want that to distract me from how beautifully written “The Doctor’s Wife” truly ends up being. Yes, this episode is mind-melting and rather terrifying at times, but the emotional core of it all involves a relationship that’s existed since that first view of the TARDIS in the junkyard on Earth. (The use of a junkyard to explore the nature of the TARDIS is not at all lost on me.)

But let’s start with that hypercube, from a Time Lord named The Corsair. (Is that how all Time Lords are named? The _______? Just curious.) It does seem like an impossibility, but I can’t deny that despite knowing that Gaiman would find away around the fact that there are no Time Lords left, my face essentially mirrored that of the Doctor’s when he realized that The Corsair had sent him a message. Mail from a Time Lord!!!! And then, as if the heavens opened up and looked down upon Doctor Who and said, “Nay, let us rejoice at this glorious show,” The Doctor most casually mentions that The Corsair had regenerated as a woman a few times.

It is not an actual woman Time Lord on screen, but I literally YIPPED with excitement to the answer of a question so many of us have asked: Are Time Lords always dudes? NO. Oh god, is there now a possibility that there could be a woman as a Time Lord? COULD YOU IMAGINE ALL THE SHITTY BACKLASH FROM THE FANDOM. oh god just the very concept sends me into a tizzy of excitement and i have to move on or I will wet myself with joy.

Of course, it’s too much for the Doctor to ignore (would you????), and so they travel outside of the Universe. (Yes, that gets a capital letter.) I was absolutely ecstatic that we were already getting a non-Earth episode in the sixth season because I feel like we sometimes spend a bit too much time on our planet. You can travel through all of space and time! GO SOMEWHERE ELSE, DOCTOR. And what a place he travels to this time! Again, as I said earlier, I love the parallel to “An Unearthly Child,” and there’s such a beautiful reference to the birth of this series. It’s especially fitting that a story about the TARDIS is set in a planet that is entirely a junkyard.

This episode never quite seems to be that serious for the first fifteen minutes or so, and this is perfectly fine. A lot of “The Doctor’s Wife” relies on the back-and-forth banter between the characters facing what is a totally absurd situation. Here, on a planet that exists outside of the Universe, the Doctor can hear the voices of Time Lords somewhere nearby. But upon landing on this junk of a planet, they meet three very bizarre people and a slightly-creepy Ood. And this is after another impossible thing happens: The matrix of the TARDIS has completely disappeared. (How many times does the Doctor say something is impossible in this episode? God, I love it.)

The weirdness of this all is what puts the main characters (and us, as the viewers of this escapade) entirely on edge. I wasn’t quite sure if I was going to like “The Doctor’s Wife” right at the beginning. I didn’t understand how or why something on this planet had “stolen” the TARDIS and why the matrix appeared to enter Idris in the cold open. Was Idris the “villain” of the episode?

But after meeting her (SHE BITES THE DOCTOR GOOD GOD), Auntie, Uncle, and Nephew (the Ood), I was even more confused. These people seemed to just be others that had gotten stranded on the planet, and I stopped thinking they were sinister at all. And Idris had passed out and been taken away, so I literally had no clue what the hell was going on. I’d seen that tiny bit about Auntie and Uncle introducing the concept of the House while at Wondercon, so I knew beforehand that they had landed on a planet that was some sort of entity. But now the question remained: How were there other Time Lords on this planet? I liked that the Doctor entertained the idea that he had killed all of the Time Lords in our Universe, meaning that it was technically possible that there were Time Lords in this place.

I do have a bit of a problem with the way that the Doctor went about investigating this place further. He sends Amy and Rory on a fool’s errand to find his sonic screwdriver onboard the TARDIS. Rory was more than welcome to get off this planet, as the place gave him the willies, but Amy exhibited a more necessary reaction: Dude, Doctor, you’re kind of a dick. I understand that this is a huge moment for him, that he probably wanted to deal with this on his own, but are you really at a point with your companions that you have to lie to them in order to get them to let you do your own thing? Hell, because of this, Rory and Amy have to face being kidnapped and mentally tortured by the House inside of the TARDIS and HOLY SHIT IT IS SO AWFUL. So what gives, Doctor? Be upfront next time!

I suppose that it creates the necessary dichotomy for the story to do what it does, which is to separate Amy and Rory from Idris and the Doctor, because at heart, this story is about Idris and the Doctor. As the Doctor discovers the cabinet full of hypercubes, containing distress signals from his fellow Time Lords, Auntie and Uncle arrive to give him the horrifying run down: The House repairs things. It’s revealed that even the two of them are repaired.


Absolutely one of the most disturbing and fucked up things this show has ever done. (Auntie has The Corsair’s arm!!!! WHAT THE FUCK!!!) The Doctor has been tricked, just as so many other Time Lords have been, because the House realized that Time Lords possessed what he needed in order to “repair” those that ended up on that sphere of collected matter.

Oh god, just look at Matt Smith’s face during that realization. I’ve read that there is a contingent of long-time Doctor Who fans who hate Matt Smith and think he’s too “hip” or “silly” to be the Doctor, and I implore all of them to watch this episode very, very closely. Matt Smith is the Doctor, possibly the best of them all, and there are so many moments (like this very one) that show us this man is nearly 1,000 years old and the heartbreak that has ruled his existence is hidden just behind that goofy, curious facade. You see it on his face when he finds the hypercubes: The Time Lords are all dead, and he is responsible for it, and this small little detour to entertain the hope that there is at least one still alive has just been crushed, utterly and completely.

Bless you, Matt Smith. You’re quickly becoming my favorite Doctor.

Simultaneous to this, as the Doctor is realizing just how messed up this all is, Rory and Amy find out just what the House was planning all along: to escape. A green glow shimmers outside the TARDIS and then the House announces to the two of them that it has taken over the time-traveling machine in the hopes of entering the energy-rich universe just beyond his ball of matter outside the universe. When the House demands that he be given a reason not to kill them, good ol’ Rory understands the situation quite dearly: the House wants adventure. Isn’t that what the TARDIS is for? And so he gives the House an idea: if the House kills them quickly, wouldn’t that be less entertaining for it? Unfortunately, it’s such a good idea that the House obliges and aims at doing whatever he can to kill Amy and Rory. (Many people in this fandom have pointed out that Rory has “died” in nearly every single episode he’s appeared in and I now can’t ignore how ridiculous it’s getting. Is this a conscious running joke with the writers or just an unfortunate implication of what’s happened with all of these stories?)

Gaiman doesn’t spend a lot of time on this part of the story, but I’m ok with that, since what happens with the Doctor is so huge to the series at a whole. But I do want to briefly comment on how creepy the concept is, and how this subplot allows us to FINALLY see more of this majestic TARDIS in the new series. While some of the corridors seem fairly plain, I didn’t really care. We finally get the chance to see Eleven’s TARDIS beyond the control room, and it’s these shots that Gaiman uses to create a claustrophobic sense of reality, where time bends in impossible ways and the House goes after what both Amy and Rory would die over: losing each other.

I’ve praised Matt Smith today, and now I must praise Arthur Darvill, who seriously knocked it out of the park for his portrayal of Old Rory, one of the creepiest and unsettling things I’ve seen during Moffat’s run. That intensity, drawing on the fact that Rory has already been The Boy Who Waits, plays off both of Amy’s and Rory’s collective horror. And even though we know it’s a trick and it’s not at all real, I can’t imagine a more gruesome and grim site than Rory’s dessicated body lying in the corridor of the TARDIS, having long died after Amy abandoned him.

Neil Gaiman, what is your brain.

Oh, that’s right, your brain is fucking brilliant. Because all I’ve wanted to talk about this entire time is the fact that he finally wrote a script where THE TARDIS IS AN ACTUAL FUCKING PERSON. We’ve been hearing for years that the TARDIS is alive, that it basically has its own mind and persona, that it is a living ball of energy that sometimes makes choices for the Doctor and always takes him where he needs to be. When the Doctor hears Idris tell him that she is the soul of the TARDIS, Matt Smith puts on one of those looks, the ones that make me fall in love with him even more than I already have. This is his TARDIS, right before him, and able to speak to him.

To round out my heaping of praise on the acting in “The Doctor’s Wife,” Suzanne Jones is rather perfect as the soul of the TARDIS, stumbling over proper tense, speaking in that rapid-fire wit we expect from the Doctor, and exhibiting the fact that the TARDIS loves the Doctor back just as much as he loves her.

I think that is ultimately why this episode is so goddamn fantastic: After traveling together for over forty years’ time on television, somehow, we’ve never seen this: What would happen if the TARDIS and The Doctor could meet? Well, we get many, many answers to that: They’d flirt. A LOT. And then they’d resort to bickering. And then they’d make up with more sweet talk about how much they love one another. And then the TARDIS would talk to the Doctor in a non-linear manner about many things that will happen in the near- and far-future, and would actually be one of the few things to truly confuse the Doctor.

I commented during the liveblog that we were witnessing perhaps the greatest OTP in the history of fiction, and I’d glady put Broyles/LSD from Fringe in second place to this, because it is just so touching to me. There is just something so poetic about the very idea of the Doctor and the physical manifestation of the TARDIS building another TARDIS in a veritable graveyard of TARDISes. It’s a statement about how this ball of matter is a morose and terrible place that has caused so many Time Lords to lose their lives, and yet these two people still refuse to give up hope.

I know that I’m 2,500 words into this review and I am going to skip a few smaller details that blew my mind (NINE AND TEN’S TARDIS CONSOLE HOLY FUCKING SHIT), but there is a scene in “The Doctor’s Wife” that is, without a doubt in my mind, the best scene that Doctor Who has ever given its audience, one that I now feel we’ve all been waiting to see. After materializing inside the copy of an old control room, which is then deleted by the House, which then deposits them in the main console room, which is then taken back by the matrix as Idris’s body dies (and not before she whispers the weirdest thing to Rory) (also I cannot ignore the brilliance that the TARDIS thinks Rory is the pretty one), the TARDIS has one final conversation with the Doctor. And I’m just going to quote the whole thing because anything I say will ruin it:

Idris: Doctor, are you there? It’s so very dark in here.

The Doctor: I’m here.

Idris: I’ve been looking for a word. A big, complicated word, but so sad. I found it now.

The Doctor: What word?

Idris: “Alive.”  I’m alive.

The Doctor: Alive isn’t sad.

Idris: It’s sad when it’s over. I’ll always be here, but this is when we talked. And even that has come to an end. There’s something I didn’t get to say to you.

The Doctor: “Goodbye.”

Idris: No, I just wanted to say…Hello, Doctor. It’s so very, very nice to meet you.

And no lie, Watchers, I was in a glass case of emotion during this whole exchange:

Doctor Who is about a mad man and a blue box that is bigger on the inside, and this is the first time we’ve seen that blue box as a living thing. I will never forget this. It’s one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever witnessed on this show, and I have to gush and thank Neil Gaiman for giving us all this story. You’ve reminded us all that these characters are so alive, and that the Doctor and his big blue box will forever be alive in all of us.

Gosh darn, I must watch this again.


  • “Are all people like this?” “Like what?” “So much bigger on the inside!”
  • “How can we be outside the universe? The universe is everything.” “Imagine a great big soap bubble with one of those tiny little bubbles on the outside.” “Okay.” “Well, it’s nothing like that.”
  • “Biting’s excellent. It’s like kissing, only there’s a winner.”
  • “He’ll be fine. He’s a Time Lord.” “It’s just what they’re called. Doesn’t mean he actually knows what he’s doing.”
  • Oh god, the amazing conversation between Idris and the Doctor about the instructions on the door. amazing AMAZING.
  • “You ever wonder why I chose you all those years ago?” “I chose you. You were unlocked.” “Of course I was. I wanted to see the universe so I stole a Time Lord and I ran away. And you were the only one mad enough.”
  • “She’s a woman and she’s a TARDIS.” “Did you wish really hard?” AMY POND FOR THE VICTORY.
  • “The House deleted all the bedrooms. I should probably make you two a bedroom. You’d like that, won’t you?” “Okay, um, Doctor, this time could we lose the bunk bed?” “No, bunk beds are cool. A bed with a ladder! You can’t beat that.” THE DOCTOR FOR THE VICTORY.


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698 Responses to Mark Watches ‘Doctor Who’: S06E04 – The Doctor’s Wife

  1. t09yavorski says:

    They killed Rory!
    Those bastards

    Sadly I cannot claim to have thought of this myself, I read an article compairing and I found it unreasonably hilarious. And I dont even watch South Park.

    Seriously though, Rory is the Kenny of Doctor Who and I am starting to be concerned about the many possible creative ways they could think of killing him without really killing him. And how many times can Amy take it before she goes mad.

  2. fakehepburn says:


    I "ship" it.

  3. Avit says:

    Scully thought she was human, though, so maybe she was the chameleon-arched Corsair??

  4. breesquared says:

    Everyone's going on about the Dead Rory meme, but I for one am wondering why they KEEP MAKING AMY CRY OVER DEAD BODIES.
    I mean, she's done it over the Doctor, too, now. Sooo.

  5. L says:

    SADDEST HELLO EVER. Bawled as soon as the word "hello" came out of her mouth.

    Such a brilliant episode. So fantastic.

  6. trash_addict says:

    Oh god, I agree. SO RELUCTANTLY because obviously it's going to SHATTER MY HEART INTO A THOUSAND TINY PIECES and oh God, what about Amy, but I can totally see it going there.


  7. arctic_hare says:

    I was kind of, um, jealous actually, since I think the Ood are incredibly cute… 😀

  8. saintmercy says:

    OMG! It was just to much!!!!!! I was freaking out! I have watched for a long time and the Tardis has always been a silent character. It was fantastic to hear her talk to him! Her thief <3! The old control room!!!! I The Ood! I love them! And like them even better when their creepy! The boxes of distress signals broke my heart *cry* Poor Doctor, he is so alone! "The only water in the forest is the River"…I immediately thought of Silence in the Library! The Doctor said the Vashta Nerada once lived in forests and now the only trees left are the books! So the only River in that forest has to be RIVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!OMG!
    And WHY do they kept killing my Rory(the pretty one)???????????

  9. Tauriel_ says:

    But the thing is, what Gaiman said was true: Given that we've been told a zillion times that the TARDIS is alive/grown, not made/sentient/slightly telepathic, how come no one thought about writing an episode with a human TARDIS before? 🙂

    • Elexus Calcearius says:

      Oh, no doubt about it. Gaiman was brilliant do to it, to bring such a wonderful idea for a plot to life, and so beautifully as well.

    • Matt says:

      One of the rumours going around at the time of the TV Movie was that the American execs wanted to give the TARDIS a voice, but in the manner of a goofy comedy sidekick. Think KITT as voiced by Eddie Murphy. The "BAD IDEA" energy from this was so strong that it rippled out through time repelling any notion that was heading in that direction. It took an imagination fuelled by pure weapons-grade Gaimanium to break through the Dear-Lord-No! field and produce something that was actually worth making.

  10. @kyaralove says:

    Mark I am completely with you on everything you said. I've watched it at least 5 times since yesterday, and I still wanna watch it again. Amazing ep.

    Matt Smith, there are no words.

  11. xpanasonicyouthx says:

    I just want to say that today, the comments on Mark Watches are absolutely fucking gorgeous.

    Thank you all.

  12. dcjensen says:

    Does anyone else think they should have gotten Hugh Laurie for the voice of House?
    No, just me.. never mind.

    • Hypatia_ says:

      Hugh Laurie is very high on my list of Actors I Would Love to See Play the Doctor. It'll never happen, but how great would that be?

  13. dcjensen says:

    "The Only Water In The Forest Is The River"

    Hmmm. This got me thinking. Everyone else that was "archived" in the library were much smaller remnants of people, but River was saved in the sonic, much more storage?

    Hmmm again?

  14. kaleidoscoptics says:

    I am super late so no one is going to read this, but I do not care.

    Going in, even though I usually enjoy Gaiman's writing, I was wary about what I'd heard about the episode: How it would change what we knew about a character, that the Doctor had a 'wife,' that it would include throwbacks to a Timelord-centric episode, etc. This episode was so much more than I even hoped for. I loved the way that it was funny and witty, then heartbreaking, terrifying, eerie, and triumphant all in one, but it always fit. The emotions it hit flowed organically from one moment to the next. The series as a whole sometimes feels like it suffers pacing problems, but I didn't notice any here. It was just beautifully woven together. I'm a fan of most of Gaiman's work, and this is among my favorite things he's done. As he said, it's a love letter to the series.

    Human!Tardis is an old fanfic plot, but I don't think I've seen one that handled the idea anything like was in this episode. The actress was absolutely spot on. The TARDIS was smart enough to keep up with the Doctor–if not smarter than him. The reveals about the TARDIS in the episode were also a lot of things fans have speculated on for years, but they were presented in a way that made it momentous and wonderful rather than an "I guessed it" moment.

    "I wanted to travel the universe. So I stole a Timelord and ran away."
    "I always bring you where you're needed."

    Doctor/TARDIS has always been kind of a joke ship, but this honestly made it real. It was believable for the TARDIS to love this mad Time Lord she had stolen away, and for the Doctor to have that deep connection with his one constant companion. It was again very fairy tale, and in a wonderful way.

    One of the best parts of this episode was more meta: the fact that the TARDIS console the Doctor and his TARDIS made was designed by a kid for a Blue Peter contest! It was a really cute, inventive design.

    There is so much I love about this episode I can't even process it all. I spent about two hours after watching the episode just being all wibbly and giddy. It is definitely one of my new favorite episodes.

  15. xghostproof says:

    Oh wow, I just got all weepy again reading this review. I really loved this episode, but oh man did the end have me in tears. Saturday was just designed to make me cry, apparently. I cried at an episode of Fringe (which I just started watching, excite!) before going to bed, and then started crying pretty hard at this episode. I'm pretty sure my grandma was wondering what the heck was wrong with me, considering she still has that "Oh you and your weird show" attitude about Doctor Who.

  16. kaleidoscoptics says:

    According to this image, the big doors do open outward.

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    • Shiyiya says:

      Looks like your googling was more successful than mine, I couldn't find any pictures of police boxes that weren't the TARDIS!

  17. kaleidoscoptics says:

    Not exactly the same, but this popped up on Tumblr the other day:

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    (from here.

  18. kaleidoscoptics says:

    Oh, it will be such a blast. 😀

  19. @amyalices says:

    Me three!

    Mmmm, Phish Food.

    (Admittedly I did eventually get bored with Eurovision and put ATLA series 3 on instead.)

  20. hassibah says:

    "you want to see them suffer. I had a PE teacher just like you"

    So I was just rewatching last night. What's the deal with Amy's hallucinations. Was Rory having them too and we just didn't see them or was House choosing just to mess with Amy?


    • FlameRaven says:

      I think House only messed with Amy's head– when Amy couldn't see, Rory was fine. This could be a continuation of Amy's insecurities from last season, or it could be part of the overall arc with Amy this season. We know something weird is happening with her not/pregnancy, she keeps seeing that weird eyepatch lady, the regenerating girl may or may not be her kid… clearly, for this season Amy Is Important, we just don't know why yet.

      • hassibah says:

        That's true but we never saw what happened to Rory when he got separated from Amy. Or at least, I assumed that old!Rory was pure hallucination on Amy's part and not actually Rory being fucked with. I just wonder what he'd see all the same.

    • t09yavorski says:

      I think House was able to get into her head because he had had Auntie touch her face before they left. It was such a random move at the time that it had to have an influence later.

      • hassibah says:

        You're right! Watched it three times now but there's still stuff like that that I haven't caught.

      • agrinningfool says:

        Oh my second watch of the episode, I thought that they focused on Auntie touching Amy because it showed her two different hands. One dainty, one more manly. Immediately after, the Doctor's eyes flicker from Amy to the hands.

        Your reasoning is just as plausible. Thought I'd share something that might make it not seem so 'random'.

        • hassibah says:

          That was my impression on my first watch, cause the thick hand is kind of obvious, but there's no reason why it can't serve both purposes.

  21. nextboy1 says:

    Well that was a little bit fun wasn't it?!

    Complete and utter fanfic, but the best possible way to do it. A brilliant briliant standalone episode which may well have worked with any doctor, but I'm so glad it was done with this one.

    I have to wonder if the writers read boards like this, because it seemed like every fanboy squee wish made on here over the last few months was bundled up into a loving package in this episode! The TARDIS is sentient! she loves the Doctor! she takes the Doctor where he needs to go! She's in control!

    "the only water in the forest is the river"

    • nextboy1 says:

      "the only water in the forest is the river"


      There is no way this cannot be important. River Song / Forest of the dead has to be involved here, my current idea is that The TARDIS herself teaches River to fly her somehow, and it was the TARDIS that saved her in TBB by putting her in a timeloop.

      I'd also hazard a guess that water = Ponds. Perhaps they will join River, or replace River in the CAL life?

      My favourite theory I read was how with River and Ponds, we then just need to include a STREAM, which of course is a great anagram…

  22. t09yavorski says:

    Check this out! Sarah Jane!:

  23. rumantic says:

    That sounds cool 🙂 I'll check them out!

  24. ninjac8 says:

    I'm fearing that Moffat will have Rory just forget Amy. Or somehow come to hate Amy, much like Peeta and Katniss. That would pretty much kill Amy. Remember in her nightmare, not only did she leave Rory alone long enough to die, he also ended up hating her and wishing she was dead.

  25. FlameRaven says:

    My first thought when the Ood showed up was "never trust anything that looks like Cthulu." …thus far, this assumption has not actually been proven wrong. They keep getting possessed by evil things and attempting to kill our heroes! Even though they're a really peaceful race, it would seem like a bad idea to spend much time around them.

  26. jackiep says:

    Fantastic episode. I've always thought of the Tardis as the Doctor's greatest love and here she is, talking back. Lovely the notion that she thinks she stole him as much as he thinks he stole her.

    And got to love the way Rory and Amy tried to protect him from being kissed again. Plus the whole "did you wish really hard" bit. (Snark).

    Bunkbeds might explain why Amy's pregnancy is a bit uncertain…

  27. Shiyiya says:

    Does that mean if I say "Doctor" three times he'll appear in front of me?

  28. Starsea28 says:

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    The original and the best OTP finally gets its own episode.

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    I loved this. OF COURSE Rory is 'the pretty one'. He GUARDED A BOX for 2,000 years! Naturally the TARDIS would find that attractive! 😀

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    Me: ;___;

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    Vincent knows how I'm feeling.

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  29. lattemama says:

    I'm late to the party (and late for bed but whatever). I've only read three pages of comments but still haven't seen my favourite quote of the episode that didn't have anything to do with the TARDIS.

    House: Fear me, I've killed hundreds of Time Lords
    The Doctor: Fear me, I've killed them all.

    Excellent delivery from Matt and it just gives me chills. I use it as a ring tone on my phone now.

    I loved this episode so much and I felt very clever figuring out that Idris was taking in the TARDIS at the beginning. I was seeing this on my own since my regular Doctor Who companion is out of town so I had no one to acknowledge my cleverness. Boo.

    I saw the trailer for next week's episode and had a very short epiphany, but I think I'll keep that for a different forum/time.

    Again. Lovely episode. Looking forward to Saturday 🙂

  30. rumantic says:

    Can I just say, if there's going to be an apocalypse LET ME WATCH DOCTOR WHO FIRST PLZ


    <late to the party>

    OR we could all die while watching Matt Smith be awesome. Win? 😀

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  35. Next.Companion says:

    So late to the party, I know xD But I just HAD to comment this time, and stop being a silent spectator just to say HOW BLOODY EPIC THIS EPISODE WAS!
    It's epicness blew my mind completely and I was just like *SQEEEEEE* the ENTIRE time 😀
    Matt Smith has THE MOST ADORABLE sadface ever, with all the lip wobbling, just wanted to give him a million hugs 😀 And also, his excitement at getting mail was very very endearing xD
    Doctor/TARDIS ftw =) And also, this has officialy become my fave fave favourtist (w.e gys) episode of the Eleven era. By a MILE 😀

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  39. Patrick721 says:

    Totally late, but did anyone else think that House sounded like The Beast? Or is that just me?

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