Doctor Who (37) 11.06 Demons of the Punjab

farntfar

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No, they were just implying another adventure in between last week's episode and this one. They've done that earlier in this season, as well. (And all the modern Doctors have, too.) Not everything happens on camera.
Even Sarah Jane Smith spoke to Jon Pertwee's Doctor of adventures that we never saw.
Some episodes must just be bigger on the inside.
 

M. Robert Gibson

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Miserable old git here who loudly sighed in exasperation when she used the sonic screwdriver to untie the rope at the wedding.
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TheEndIsNigh

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I suspect we will soon be seeing a change in the running order of the credits

I.E.

Featuring "Allen Key" as Sonic the Screwdriver.

Jodie Whittaker as the Team Tardis Leader"

Other parts played by members of the cast etc..
 

Vince W

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That was the best episode of the Bradley Walsh Show so far. The space pallbearers, while visually very interesting, offered no real point to the story other than to tell the Doctor what she needed to know. Let her figure this stuff on her own.

Bradley Walsh's scene with man tears was probably the most emotional I've seen on the series in some time. Almost on par with the ending An Adventure in Space and Time when Hartnell looks across time at Matt Smith.

Yaz and Ryan proved themselves completely superfluous once more. I'd rather Yaz's nan went with the Doctor, wheelchair and all.
 

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