History OhCrap / DoctorWho

28th Jun '16 11:49:09 PM axle-k89
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E7AmysChoice]]: The Doctor, Amy and Rory get one when they see on the TARDIS's monitor they're drifting towards a cold star.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E7AmysChoice]]: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E7AmysChoice "Amy's Choice"]]: The Doctor, Amy and Rory get one when they see on the TARDIS's monitor they're drifting towards a cold star.
28th Jun '16 11:48:17 PM axle-k89
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E7AmysChoice]]: The Doctor, Amy and Rory get one when they see on the TARDIS's monitor they're drifting towards a cold star.
** Amy and Rory get another one later when [[spoiler:the Doctor tells them he's going to blow up the TARDIS.]]
22nd May '16 3:22:33 PM Xidphel
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*** [[Doubles as an OhCrap moment for the Doctor too since he just pissed off the Silence.]]
12th Mar '16 9:39:10 PM The12thDoctor
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to [[spoiler: ''Gallifrey, his home planet'']]. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall '''''with his bare fists''''' until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''four billion year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to [[spoiler: ''Gallifrey, his home planet'']]. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall '''''with his bare fists''''' until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''four billion year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.
12th Mar '16 3:08:54 PM Nulono
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to [[spoiler: ''Gallifrey, his home planet'']]. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall '''''with his bare fists''''' until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to [[spoiler: ''Gallifrey, his home planet'']]. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall '''''with his bare fists''''' until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 ''four billion year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.
7th Mar '16 2:06:43 AM The12thDoctor
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to ''Gallifrey, his home planet''. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to [[spoiler: ''Gallifrey, his home planet''.planet'']]. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall '''''with his bare fists''''' until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.
6th Mar '16 10:58:14 PM The12thDoctor
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to ''Gallifrey, his home planet''. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[bloody FamilyUnfriendlyViolence]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop for the Doctor to keep punching the wall
until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die, all while in his MentalWorld, he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap.'''''

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to ''Gallifrey, his home planet''. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[bloody FamilyUnfriendlyViolence]] [[FamilyUnfriendlyViolence bloody]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop full of pain, death and suffering for the Doctor to keep punching the wall
wall until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die, die,''''' all while in his MentalWorld, he '''''he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap.'''''crap and being forced to find a way to win, when it is easy to lose.''''' Luckily, [[spoiler: Mind!Clara]] ends up getting him back on track.
6th Mar '16 10:53:48 PM The12thDoctor
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which is even the main page image in the main OhCrap page ''itself'' and can make the previous OhCrap moment look small in comparison. To clarify, the Doctor is teleported to an unknown location, which houses a creature he remembers back when he was young. When he arrives, he finds a skull of himself, as well as a word, written on the sand: "Bird". He finds several hints as to where he is supposed to go, finally reaching a wall extremely harder than diamond, which is blocking the way to ''Gallifrey, his home planet''. At this point, he doesn't know what to do, but after remembering what was written on the floor when he arrived, he discovers that the word "Bird" is based on a section of a tale by the Brothers Grimsby, entitled "The Shepherd's Boy", where a bird withers a diamond mountain over hundreds of years with its beak. This means that he must keep punching the wall until the creature kills him, and since Time Lords take longer than humans to die, he must make an agonising, [[bloody FamilyUnfriendlyViolence]] journey back to the teleporter, which actually contains a copy of him back from when he first arrived. In turn, he must provide energy for the teleporter to work and write the word down, essentially [[HeroicSacrifice sacrificing]] himself, in order to create a long-lasting loop for the Doctor to keep punching the wall
until it breaks. And do keep in mind that this was at the ''7000 year mark, at least.'' The sheer scale of the whole plan '''''sends the Doctor into a HeroicBSOD, waiting to die, all while in his MentalWorld, he rants at the TARDIS for having to endure this crap.'''''
20th Sep '15 11:01:37 AM TheLastEveryMan
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* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]] the Doctor has an OhCrap moment, possible his biggest OhCrap moment ever, when he discovers that [[spoiler:the kid he is currently trying to save from a minefield is actually Davros!]] He also has another two towards the end when [[spoiler:he finds out Davros has brought him to Skaro, which has been completely rebuilt by the Daleks, and when Clara is about to be exterminated by the Daleks, which reduces him to begging Davros to save her.]]
22nd May '15 7:30:18 PM FordPrefect
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** Slightly earlier in the same episode, the Doctor's reaction when River tells him the date she's been dragged to [[spoiler:the 26th of June 2010, otherwise known as the date the TARDIS explodes]]. The look on his face, and the way his voice softens for an instant as he tells her to "Get out of there now," is a suitable indicator of how real shit just got.

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** Slightly earlier in the same episode, the Doctor's reaction when River tells him the date she's been dragged to to: [[spoiler:the 26th of June 2010, otherwise known as the date the TARDIS explodes]]. The look on his face, and the way his voice softens for an instant as he tells her to "Get out of there now," is a suitable indicator of how real shit just got.
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