History OhCrap / DoctorWho

27th Mar '17 7:00:24 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* In the final part of "Trial of a Time Lord" when the Master reveals that [[spoiler:the Valeyard is actually the embodiment of the Doctor's dark side, taken from a point after his twelfth incarnation]]. The look on the Doctor's face shows he knows full well what he's capable of--and this is long before the final events of the Time War.

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* In the final part of "Trial of a Time Lord" "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS23E4TheUltimateFoe The Ultimate Foe]]" when the Master reveals that [[spoiler:the Valeyard is actually the embodiment of the Doctor's dark side, taken from a point after his twelfth incarnation]]. The look on the Doctor's face shows he knows full well what he's capable of--and this is long before the final events of the Time War.



* In "A Fix with Sontarans", when the Doctor and Tegan see [[DepravedKidsShowHost Jimmy Savile]] on the viewscreen. Of course, neither the screenwriter nor the actors knew the real reason Six and Tegan had the reaction they did...

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* In "A "[[Recap/DoctorWho1985JFIGSAFixWithSontarans A Fix with Sontarans", Sontarans]]", when the Doctor and Tegan see [[DepravedKidsShowHost Jimmy Savile]] Creator/JimmySavile]] on the viewscreen. Of course, neither the screenwriter nor the actors knew the real reason Six and Tegan had the reaction they did...
18th Mar '17 5:53:51 AM Sapphirea2
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven "Face the Raven"]]'s climax has one. As Clara's explaining that to protect Rigsy, she [[spoiler: took on the chronolock]], she suddenly realizes -- and is helpfully reminded by Ashildr/Me -- that [[spoiler: "You can't cheat [[death]] altogether"]]. This means that she MUST [[spoiler: be executed within the next few minutes]], much to her '''and''' the Doctor's horror.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven "Face the Raven"]]'s climax has one. As Clara's explaining that to protect Rigsy, she [[spoiler: took on the chronolock]], she suddenly realizes -- and is helpfully reminded by Ashildr/Me -- that [[spoiler: "You can't cheat [[death]] it altogether"]]. This means that she MUST [[spoiler: be executed within the next few minutes]], much to her '''and''' the Doctor's horror.
18th Mar '17 5:52:20 AM Sapphirea2
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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which 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 ends up going to 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/DoctorWhoS35E10FaceTheRaven "Face the Raven"]]'s climax has one. As Clara's explaining that to protect Rigsy, she [[spoiler: took on the chronolock]], she suddenly realizes -- and is helpfully reminded by Ashildr/Me -- that [[spoiler: "You can't cheat [[death]] altogether"]]. This means that she MUST [[spoiler: be executed within the next few minutes]], much to her '''and''' the Doctor's horror.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E11HeavenSent "Heaven Sent"]] has the most '''epic''' OhCrap moment ever, courtesy of the Twelfth Doctor, which 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, Grimm, 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 ends up going to 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.
10th Mar '17 10:12:05 PM AthenaBlue
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!!Series 1

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!!Series 11:
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]]:
** The Doctor's reaction to seeing Auton!Mickey's head melting, which will stop him from tracking the signal back to the Nestene Consciousness.
** When the Doctor sees that the Nestene Consciousness has brought the TARDIS down to its lair, and is going to activate all the Autons in London.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E2TheEndOfTheWorld "The End of the World"]]: Lady Cassandra does this twice. The first time is when the Doctor exposes her as the villain, while she was in the middle of insulting the people she tried to kill behind their backs. The second time is when she realizes she's drying up without her moisturizing crew.
10th Mar '17 9:51:35 PM AthenaBlue
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* The Slitheen at the climax of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree "World War Three"]]:

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* The Slitheen at the climax of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree "World War Three"]]:Three"]]: The Slitheen at the climax, as a missile is about to hit 10 Downing Street.
10th Mar '17 9:50:23 PM AthenaBlue
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!!!Old Series

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\n!!!Old * The Doctor has OhCrap moments often enough that the TARDIS has a standard signal for them, the Cloister Bell. But only for very ''special'' OhCrap moments. The TARDIS rings it when she detects [[spoiler:that the ''universe is coming to an end''.]]
** Or if she detects an imminent collision, or she's in danger of exploding. But those don't happen as often.

!Old
Series



-->'''Doctor:''' ''What have you'' '''done''', Lesterson?!

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-->'''Doctor:''' -->'''The Doctor:''' ''What have you'' '''done''', Lesterson?!



* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemembranceOfTheDaleks "Remembrance of the Daleks"]]

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS25E1RemembranceOfTheDaleks "Remembrance of the Daleks"]]Daleks"]]:



'''Ace:''' ...and that would be another Dalek?\\
'''The Doctor:''' Yes...

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'''Ace:''' ...'''Ace:''' . . . and that would be another Dalek?\\
'''The Doctor:''' Yes...Yes . . .



!!!Expanded Universe
* Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures time -- ''The Dying Days'' apparently kills off [[spoiler:the Doctor]] within the first third of the story. Then the villain of the piece has been tricked into ranting about his plans by the Doctor's companion despite knowing full well that doing so would offend his "honour" to the point of him executing her on the spot. She gets ready for the chop when a quiet voice says "it ends now", it's a full blown "oh crap" and "hell yeah" moment - as eventually the speaker reveals themselves, and you guessed it, it's the Doctor. Who is happily aboard the villain's ship and is merrily messing with everyone's plans. The stunned silence on everyone's behalf speaks volumes.
* In ''A Fix with Sontarans'', when the Doctor and Tegan see [[DepravedKidsShowHost Jimmy Saville]] on the viewscreen. Of course, neither the screenwriter nor the actors knew the real reason Six and Tegan had the reaction they did...

!!!Revival Series
* The Doctor has OhCrap moments often enough that the TARDIS has a standard signal for them, the Cloister Bell. But only for very ''special'' OhCrap moments. The TARDIS rings it when she detects [[spoiler:that the ''universe is coming to an end''.]]

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!!!Expanded !Expanded Universe
* Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures ''Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures'' time -- ''The Dying Days'' apparently kills off [[spoiler:the Doctor]] within the first third of the story. Then the villain of the piece has been tricked into ranting about his plans by the Doctor's companion despite knowing full well that doing so would offend his "honour" to the point of him executing her on the spot. She gets ready for the chop when a quiet voice says "it ends now", it's a full blown "oh crap" and "hell yeah" moment - as eventually the speaker reveals themselves, and you guessed it, it's [[spoiler:it's the Doctor.Doctor]]. Who is happily aboard the villain's ship and is merrily messing with everyone's plans. The stunned silence on everyone's behalf speaks volumes.
* In ''A "A Fix with Sontarans'', Sontarans", when the Doctor and Tegan see [[DepravedKidsShowHost Jimmy Saville]] Savile]] on the viewscreen. Of course, neither the screenwriter nor the actors knew the real reason Six and Tegan had the reaction they did...

!!!Revival Series
* The Doctor has OhCrap moments often enough that the TARDIS has a standard signal for them, the Cloister Bell. But only for very ''special'' OhCrap moments. The TARDIS rings it when she detects [[spoiler:that the ''universe is coming to an end''.]]
!New Series

!!Series 1



** When Rose believes they have escaped the Dalek by running up a flight of stairs. Adam mocks it and the soldier orders it to return to its cell. One word: "[[AC:Elevate.]]"
** The actual reveal of the Dalek to begin with. For the Doctor, it's the first clue that the genocide that ended the Time War wasn't as complete as he thought it to be.

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** When Rose believes they have escaped the Dalek by running up a flight of stairs. Adam mocks it and the soldier orders it to return to its cell. One word: "[[AC:Elevate.]]"
** The actual reveal of the Dalek to begin with.Dalek. For the Doctor, it's the first clue that the genocide that ended the Time War wasn't as complete as he thought it to be.



'''Dalek:''' [[AC:Doc...tor?]]\\
'''Nine:''' ''Impossible...!''\\

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'''Dalek:''' [[AC:Doc...[[AC:Doc . . . tor?]]\\
'''Nine:''' ''Impossible...'''The Doctor:''' ''Impossible . . . !''\\



* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E8FathersDay "Father's Day"]]: The (Ninth) Doctor and Rose have just had a falling out, and he goes back to the TARDIS, to give both of them time to cool off. He opens up his little blue police box to find... [[spoiler:it's a police box]]. Cue {{beat}} of [[OhCrap sheer horror]], followed by running back as fast as he can.

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** When Rose believes they have escaped the Dalek by running up a flight of stairs. Adam mocks it and the soldier orders it to return to its cell. One word: "[[AC:E-le-vate!]]"
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E8FathersDay "Father's Day"]]: The (Ninth) Doctor and Rose have just had a falling out, and he goes back to the TARDIS, to give both of them time to cool off. He opens up his little blue police box to find...find . . . [[spoiler:it's a police box]]. Cue {{beat}} of [[OhCrap sheer horror]], followed by running back as fast as he can.



** The moment with the typewriter. A small boy wants to do some typing, so he does. Nothing scary about that... until Nancy mentions the fact that he stopped typing a minute ago, but the typing was still going on. Not to mention that what was being typed was "Are you my mummy?" over and over.
* From the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E12BadWolf "Bad Wolf"]]: the Doctor brings down the masking signal hiding the true force behind Satellite 5, revealing [[spoiler:a Dalek ship. Then the camera pulls back to reveal dozens upon dozens of them]]. The Doctor's face says it all. And then it gets turned around in a {{Crowning Moment of Awesome}}, when the Doctor announces ''exactly'' what he's going to do about the situation:

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** The moment with the typewriter. A small boy wants to do some typing, so he does. Nothing scary about that...that . . . until Nancy mentions the fact that he stopped typing a minute ago, but the typing was still going on. Not to mention that what was being typed was "Are you my mummy?" over and over.
* From the episode [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E12BadWolf "Bad Wolf"]]: the The Doctor brings down the masking signal hiding the true force behind Satellite 5, revealing [[spoiler:a Dalek ship. Then the camera pulls back to reveal dozens upon dozens of them]]. The Doctor's face says it all. And then it gets turned around in a {{Crowning Moment of Awesome}}, when the Doctor announces ''exactly'' what he's going to do about the situation:



'''Daleks:''' [[AC:But you have no weapons, no defences, [[IndyPloy no plan]]!]]\\

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'''Daleks:''' '''Dalek:''' [[AC:But you have no weapons, no defences, [[IndyPloy no plan]]!]]\\



* It continues to go back and forth in the opening scenes of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E13ThePartingOfTheWays "The Parting of the Ways"]]: first the Doctor confronts the Daleks: "I'm the Doctor, and if there's one thing I can do it's talk! I've got five billion languages and you've got no way of stopping me, so if anybody's gonna shut up, '''IT'S YOU!!'''" -- and a ''Dalek'' actually ''recoils''. Then, seconds later, the God of All Daleks declares, "These words are blasphemy!" -- the look on the Doctor's face as he realizes that the Daleks have found ''religion''...
* There's a similar one near the begining of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], where the Doctor realises that the clock's broken -- so what's ticking?
* At the cliffhanger of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E5RiseOfTheCybermen "Rise of the Cybermen"]], the Doctor gets a good one when he realises [[spoiler:the Cybermen aren't going to let them surrender]].
* The [[spoiler:Daleks]] manage to provoke this expression twice in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E12ArmyOfGhosts "Army of Ghosts"]] while having approximately ten seconds of screen time. First, the Doctor's face screams "Oh ''shit''!" when the [[spoiler:Cybermen tell him the Void Ship isn't theirs]], then, when they actually appear, it's Rose's turn.
* Lacking faces, you wouldn't imagine the Daleks could pull off a decent Oh Crap moment. But in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E13Doomsday "Doomsday"]], when a strange man shows up on the vidscreen the Daleks are watching (and have just informed ''five million Cybermen'' that they are no threat, claiming that destroying them "is not war, this is ''pest control''") and they demand Rose identify him, she calmly does so: "That's the Doctor." All four Daleks simultaneously jerk a few inches backwards. Rose's line is priceless:
--->'''Rose:''' Five million Cybermen, no problem. One Doctor... ''now you're scared.''
** The Doctor ''and'' the audience have one when he realizes that [[spoiler: the Ark is BiggerOnTheInside. The Time Lords imprisoned ''lots'' of Daleks in there, and now it's open...]]
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink "Blink"]]: "Why's it pointing at the..." (''lightbulb flicker''s) [[ThisIsGonnaSuck "...light?"]]
** From the same episode, the Doctor's recording is telling Sally and Larry about the Angels, but then the two realize neither is looking at the Angel that was outside.

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* It continues to go back and forth in the opening scenes of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E13ThePartingOfTheWays "The Parting of the Ways"]]: In the opening scene, it continues to go back and forth: first the Doctor confronts the Daleks: "I'm the Doctor, and if there's one thing I can do it's talk! I've got five billion languages and you've got no way of stopping me, so if anybody's gonna shut up, '''IT'S YOU!!'''" -- and a ''Dalek'' ''Daleks'' actually ''recoils''. ''recoil''. Then, seconds later, the God of All Daleks declares, "These "[[AC:These words are blasphemy!" ''blasphemy''!]]" -- the look on the Doctor's face as he realizes that the Daleks have found ''religion''...
''religion'' . . .

!!Series 2
* There's a similar one near the begining of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], where the Fireplace"]]: The Doctor is in Reinette's bedroom, and he realises that the clock's broken -- so what's ticking?
* At the cliffhanger of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E5RiseOfTheCybermen "Rise of the Cybermen"]], Cybermen"]]: At the cliffhanger, the Doctor gets a good one when he realises [[spoiler:the Cybermen aren't going to let them surrender]].
* The [[spoiler:Daleks]] manage to provoke this expression twice in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E12ArmyOfGhosts "Army of Ghosts"]] Ghosts"]]: The Daleks manage to provoke this expression twice while having approximately ten seconds of screen time. First, the Doctor's face screams "Oh ''shit''!" when the [[spoiler:Cybermen Cybermen tell him the Void Ship isn't theirs]], theirs, then, when they actually appear, it's Rose's turn.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E13Doomsday "Doomsday"]]:
**
Lacking faces, you wouldn't imagine the Daleks could pull off a decent Oh Crap moment. But in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E13Doomsday "Doomsday"]], when a strange man shows up on the vidscreen the Daleks are watching (and have just informed ''five million Cybermen'' that they are no threat, claiming that destroying them "is not war, this is ''pest control''") and they demand Rose identify him, she calmly does so: "That's the Doctor." All four three Daleks present simultaneously jerk a few inches backwards. Rose's line is priceless:
--->'''Rose:''' Five million Cybermen, no problem. One Doctor...Doctor . . . ''now you're scared.''
** The Doctor ''and'' the audience have one when he realizes that [[spoiler: the Ark is BiggerOnTheInside. The Time Lords imprisoned ''lots'' of Daleks in there, and now it's open...]]
open . . .]]

!!Series 3
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink "Blink"]]: "Why's it pointing at the..." (''lightbulb flicker''s) [[ThisIsGonnaSuck "...light?"]]
"Blink"]]:
** From the same episode, the The Doctor's recording is telling Sally and Larry about the Angels, but then the two realize neither is looking at the Angel that was outside. outside.
** "Why's it pointing at the . . ." (''lightbulb flicker''s) [[ThisIsGonnaSuck ". . . light?"]]



* [[spoiler:The Master]] is unimpressed with Martha's speech in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E13LastOfTheTimeLords "Last of the Time Lords"]] until she ends with "... but with 15 satellites." The resulting "What?" could easily have been an "Oh shit" if this weren't a family show.

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* [[spoiler:The Master]] is unimpressed with Martha's speech in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E13LastOfTheTimeLords "Last of the Time Lords"]] Lords"]]: [[spoiler:The Master]] is unimpressed with Martha's speech until she ends with "...". . . but with 15 satellites." The resulting "What?" could easily have been an "Oh shit" if this weren't a family show.show.

!!Series 4



* The Doctor has accrued such a reputation by now that many aliens see him as a mythological figure, causing many an Oh Crap when he introduces himself. Perhaps the greatest is that of the Vashta Nerada, made all the more impressive by the fact that they can express it whilst being ''a shadow on the floor''. "Look me up." Indeed.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E10Midnight "Midnight"]]. Sweet holy hell, "''Midnight''". When the Doctor is [[spoiler:taken over by the Midnight Creature and Sky is convincing the rest of the passengers to ''throw him to his death'']], confirming the HumansAreTheRealMonsters that he's been trying desperately to avert all episode, the look on his face has to be seen to be believed. Super Bonus points to Creator/DavidTennant for distilling all of the Doctor's thoughts into ''just his face'', considering he was in a state of MindRape and ''couldn't move or speak in his own voice.''

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead "Forest of the Dead"]]:
** The Doctor's reaction when he realizes that Other Dave has suddenly started repeating himself a ''lot''.
**
The Doctor has accrued such a reputation by now that many aliens see him as a mythological figure, causing many an Oh Crap when he introduces himself. Perhaps the greatest is that of the Vashta Nerada, made all the more impressive by the fact that they can express it whilst being ''a shadow on the floor''. "Look me up." Indeed.
* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E10Midnight "Midnight"]]. "Midnight"]]:
**
Sweet holy hell, "''Midnight''". When the Doctor is [[spoiler:taken over by the Midnight Creature and Sky is convincing the rest of the passengers to ''throw him to his death'']], confirming the HumansAreTheRealMonsters that he's been trying desperately to avert all episode, the look on his face has to be seen to be believed. Super Bonus points to Creator/DavidTennant for distilling all of the Doctor's thoughts into ''just his face'', considering he was in a state of MindRape and ''couldn't move or speak in his own voice.''



** Donna is exposed to an alternate reality in which she never met The Doctor, causing the events of [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]] to end with him dying and everything to be a dystopia. When she breaks free and returns to the normal reality the Doctor comments that she's brilliant and she suddenly remembers that a woman ([[spoiler:Rose Tyler]]) from the other reality said that he had said that about her. Then she remembers what she said to her just before she "dies".

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** As [[spoiler:Rose Tyler]] and Donna Noble get ready to [[spoiler:send Donna back in time]]:
--->'''[[spoiler:Rose]]:''' Good luck.\\
'''Donna:''' I'm ready.\\
'''[[spoiler:Rose]]:''' One minute past ten.\\
'''Donna:''' 'Cause I understand now. You said [[spoiler:I was gonna die]], but... you mean this whole world. [[spoiler:It's gonna blink out of existence.]] But that's not [[spoiler:dying]], 'cause a better world takes its place. The Doctor's world! And I'm [[spoiler:still alive!]]\\
(''[[spoiler:Rose]] doesn't answer'')\\
'''Donna:''' That's right. Isn't it? [[spoiler:I don't die]], if I change things, [[spoiler:I don't die]], that's . . . that's right, isn't it?\\
(''[[spoiler:Rose]] remains silent until . . .'')\\
'''[[spoiler:Rose]]:''' I'm sorry.
** Donna is exposed to an alternate reality in which she never met The the Doctor, causing the events of [[Recap/DoctorWho2006CSTheRunawayBride "The Runaway Bride"]] to end with him dying and everything to be a dystopia. When she breaks free and returns to the normal reality the Doctor comments that she's brilliant and she suddenly remembers that a woman ([[spoiler:Rose Tyler]]) from the other reality said that he had said that about her. Then she remembers what she said to her just before she "dies".



'''Donna:''' She was... blonde.\\

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'''Donna:''' She was...was . . . blonde.\\



** In the very same episode, as [[spoiler:Rose Tyler]] and Donna Noble get ready to [[spoiler:send Donna back in time]]:
--->'''[[spoiler:Rose]]:''' Good luck.\\
'''Donna:''' I'm ready.\\
'''[[spoiler:Rose]]:''' One minute past ten.\\
'''Donna:''' 'Cause I understand now. You said [[spoiler:I was gonna die]], but... you mean this whole world. [[spoiler:It's gonna blink out of existence.]] But that's not [[spoiler:dying]], 'cause a better world takes its place. The Doctor's world! And I'm [[spoiler:still alive!]]\\
(''[[spoiler:Rose]] doesn't answer'')\\
'''Donna:''' That's right. Isn't it? [[spoiler:I don't die]], if I change things, [[spoiler:I don't die]], that's... that's right, isn't it?\\
(''[[spoiler:Rose]] remains silent until...'')\\
'''[[spoiler:Rose]]:''' I'm sorry.



** And then there's the look on [[spoiler:Davros's]] face when [[spoiler:Dalek Caan says ''[[HeelFaceTurn "No more"]]'']]. This is likely because Dalek Caan has done the one thing that Davros had specifically designed the Daleks to NEVER be capable of: [[spoiler:Dalek Caan ''repented''.]]

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** And then there's the look on [[spoiler:Davros's]] [[spoiler:Davros']] face when [[spoiler:Dalek Caan says ''[[HeelFaceTurn "No more"]]'']]. This is likely because Dalek Caan has done the one thing that Davros had specifically designed the Daleks to NEVER be capable of: [[spoiler:Dalek Caan ''repented''.]]



'''The Doctor:''' There's one more thing I cannot figure. If this room's got infostamps, then maybe, just maybe, it's got something that needs infostamping... (''he opens a door and finds a Cyberman'') OK... (''he closes it again'') I think we should run.
* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]], after [[spoiler:the Doctor [[AGodAmI goes completely mental]] and ends up realising Adelaide has committed suicide to right the timeline, he gets a pretty epic one of these.]]

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'''The Doctor:''' There's one more thing I cannot figure. If this room's got infostamps, then maybe, just maybe, it's got something that needs infostamping... infostamping . . . (''he opens a door and finds a Cyberman'') OK...OK . . . (''he closes it again'') I think we should run.
* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]], after Mars"]]: After [[spoiler:the Doctor [[AGodAmI goes completely mental]] and ends up realising Adelaide has committed suicide to right the timeline, he gets a pretty epic one of these.]]



** Lucy Saxon's reaction when she realizes that [[spoiler:the prison she is in is staffed by members of a crazed cult hell-bent on using her to bring back the Master]]. Keep in mind, [[spoiler:The Master]]'s MindRape has worn off and this is [[spoiler:the same man she shot two years earlier because she was scared to death of him]].
** When the Master reveals his plan to the Doctor:
--->'''The Master:''' Oh that's too simple . . . no no no no no. [[spoiler:They're not going to ''think'' like me . . . They're going to BECOME me!]]
** There's also the Doctor's reaction when he realizes that [[spoiler:the Time Lords are returning]]. Creator/DavidTennant really sells it in that scene.
** The Master gets one earlier when [[spoiler:having just described his [[{{Pun}} master]] plan to Rassilon, Rassilon holds up his gauntlet. Followed immediately on the Master's part by [[BigNo "NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! STOP IT! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!"]].]]



** The Master gets one earlier when [[spoiler:having just described his [[{{Pun}} master]] plan to Rassilon, Rassilon holds up his gauntlet. Followed immediately on the Master's part by [[BigNo "NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! STOP IT! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!"]].]]
** Only fair, given the moment he gave the Doctor earlier.
--->'''The Master:''' Oh that's too simple... no no no no no. [[spoiler:They're not going to ''think'' like me... ...They're going to BECOME me!]]
** There's also the Doctor's reaction when he realizes that [[spoiler:the Time Lords are returning]]. Creator/DavidTennant really sells it in that scene.
** Also, how about Lucy Saxon's reaction when she realizes that [[spoiler:the prison she is in is staffed by members of a crazed cult hell-bent on using her to bring back the Master]]. Keep in mind, [[spoiler:The Master]]'s MindRape has worn off and this is [[spoiler:the same man she shot two years earlier because she was scared to death of him]].

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** The Master gets one earlier when [[spoiler:having just described his [[{{Pun}} master]] plan to Rassilon, Rassilon holds up his gauntlet. Followed immediately on the Master's part by [[BigNo "NO! NO! NO! NO! NO! STOP IT! NO! NO! NO! NO! NO!"]].]]
** Only fair, given the moment he gave the Doctor earlier.
--->'''The Master:''' Oh that's too simple... no no no no no. [[spoiler:They're not going to ''think'' like me... ...They're going to BECOME me!]]
** There's also the Doctor's reaction when he realizes that [[spoiler:the Time Lords are returning]]. Creator/DavidTennant really sells it in that scene.
** Also, how about Lucy Saxon's reaction when she realizes that [[spoiler:the prison she is in is staffed by members of a crazed cult hell-bent on using her to bring back the Master]]. Keep in mind, [[spoiler:The Master]]'s MindRape has worn off and this is [[spoiler:the same man she shot two years earlier because she was scared to death of him]].

!!Series 5



* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E3VictoryOfTheDaleks "Victory of the Daleks"]], [[OhCrap the look on the Doctor's face]] says it all when the Daleks stop their ObfuscatingStupidity.

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* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E3VictoryOfTheDaleks "Victory of the Daleks"]], [[OhCrap the Daleks"]]: The look on the Doctor's face]] face says it all when the Daleks stop their ObfuscatingStupidity.



* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time of Angels"]]: Whilst hunting a Weeping Angel in a six-story temple full of statues, it dawns on the Doctor that...

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E4TheTimeOfAngels "The Time of Angels"]]: Whilst hunting a Weeping Angel in a six-story temple full of statues, it dawns on the Doctor that...that . . .



* [[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.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E7AmysChoice "Amy's Choice"]]: The Doctor, Amy and Rory get one when they see on the TARDIS's TARDIS' monitor that they're drifting towards a cold star.



** When the Doctor realizes that [[spoiler:Stonehenge is broadcasting throughout the universe that the Pandorica is opening, and just who might be coming to their exact location (Daleks, Cybermen, etc.)]] His reaction: "Oh . . ."
** River gets a great escalating OhCrap moment when her scanner shows the ''ten thousand-plus'' battleships in orbit around Earth. Alex Kingston does a terrific job of showing the rising Oh Crap-ness of the situation.
** River has another one when she realizes (from investigating Amy's bedroom) [[spoiler:that the whole scenario in 102 A.D. is a trap for the Doctor, constructed from bits and pieces of Amy's past]].
** 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.



** 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.
** And even ''before that'' River has one when she realises (from investigating Amy's bedroom) [[spoiler:that the whole scenario in 102 A.D. is a trap for the Doctor, constructed from bits and pieces of Amy's past]].
** River gets a great escalating OhCrap moment when her scanner shows the ''ten thousand-plus'' battleships in orbit around Earth. Alex Kingston does a terrific job of showing the rising Oh Crap-ness of the situation.
** An example even earlier in the episode (really the whole thing is one series of "Oh Crap" moments), when the Doctor realizes that [[spoiler:Stonehenge is broadcasting throughout the universe that the Pandorica is opening, and just who might be coming to their exact location (Daleks, Cybermen, etc.)]] His reaction: "Oh..."
* And this is why, when River Song managed to give A GODDAMN DALEK an OhCrap moment, it was ''terrifying.'' To elaborate: in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The Big Bang"]] the Daleks have made the rather stupid mistake of [[spoiler:shooting the Doctor. River assumes him dead, but the half-resurrected Dalek's guns aren't at full power]]. River encounters the Dalek responsible, levels her gun at him and coolly promises to shoot him right through the eyestalk. The Dalek remarks that she is an associate of the Doctor; records indicate she will show mercy. Cue River giving the Dalek the [[DeathGlare evil eye]] and growling, "I'm River Song. ''Check your records again.''"

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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.
** And even ''before that'' River has one when she realises (from investigating Amy's bedroom) [[spoiler:that the whole scenario in 102 A.D. is a trap for the Doctor, constructed from bits and pieces of Amy's past]].
** River gets a great escalating OhCrap moment when her scanner shows the ''ten thousand-plus'' battleships in orbit around Earth. Alex Kingston does a terrific job of showing the rising Oh Crap-ness of the situation.
** An example even earlier in the episode (really the whole thing is one series of "Oh Crap" moments), when the Doctor realizes that [[spoiler:Stonehenge is broadcasting throughout the universe that the Pandorica is opening, and just who might be coming to their exact location (Daleks, Cybermen, etc.)]] His reaction: "Oh..."
* And this is why, when River Song managed to give A GODDAMN DALEK an OhCrap moment, it was ''terrifying.'' To elaborate: in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E13TheBigBang "The Big Bang"]] Bang"]]: River Song manages to give A GODDAMN DALEK an OhCrap moment, and it's ''terrifying''. To elaborate: in the Daleks have made the rather stupid mistake of [[spoiler:shooting the Doctor. River assumes him dead, but the half-resurrected Dalek's guns aren't at full power]]. River encounters the Dalek responsible, levels her gun at him and coolly promises to shoot him right through the eyestalk. The Dalek remarks that she is an associate of the Doctor; records indicate she will show mercy. Cue River giving the Dalek the [[DeathGlare evil eye]] and growling, "I'm River Song. ''Check your records again.''"



* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E9NightTerrors "Night Terrors"]], the moment when the Doctor gets Alex to realize that George [[spoiler:can't possibly be his son]] because [[spoiler:Claire, his wife, ''can't have children.'']] Cue look of horror on Alex's face -- [[spoiler:if he doesn't have a son, then who and WHAT is the child that's been living with him for ten years?]]
* A more humorous one happens in [[Recap/DoctorWho2011CSTheDoctorTheWidowAndTheWardrobe "The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe"]], when [[spoiler:Madge's]] interrogator Droxil confidently states that she won't use her gun. She then replies "Oh really? Well, [[MamaBear I'm looking for my children!]]". His expression is priceless.

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!!Series 6
* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E9NightTerrors "Night Terrors"]], the moment when the Doctor gets Alex to realize that George [[spoiler:can't possibly be his son]] because [[spoiler:Claire, his wife, ''can't have children.'']] Cue look of horror on Alex's face -- [[spoiler:if he doesn't have a son, then who and WHAT is the child that's been living with him for ten years?]]
* A more humorous one happens in
[[Recap/DoctorWho2011CSTheDoctorTheWidowAndTheWardrobe "The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe"]], Wardrobe"]]: A more humourous one happens when [[spoiler:Madge's]] interrogator Droxil confidently states that she won't use her gun. She then replies "Oh really? Well, [[MamaBear I'm looking for my children!]]". His expression is priceless.



** There are multiple OhCrap moments involving the Silence: Any time someone's hand starts blinking red, indicating that they've seen a Silent but can't remember it; and the black tally marks on the characters' arms, which serve the same purpose. Amy gets a particularly effective one when she's looking for the little girl in the orphanage. She catches a glimpse of her reflection in a window, only to find that suddenly there are tally marks ALL OVER HER FACE. Then she slowly looks up . . .



** From the same episode, there are multiple OhCrap moments involving the Silence: Any time someone's hand starts blinking red, indicating that they've seen a Silent but can't remember it; and the black tally marks on the characters' arms, which serve the same purpose. Amy gets a particularly effective one when she's looking for the little girl in the orphanage. She catches a glimpse of her reflection in a window, only to find that suddenly there are tally marks ALL OVER HER FACE. Then she slowly looks up...



** In answer to the question of [[spoiler: whether Amy's child could have been conceived on the TARDIS]], the Doctor gives the wonderful line [[spoiler: "Rory wasn't even there at the beginning, then he was dead, then he didn't exist, then he was plastic, then I had to reboot the whole universe. Long story. [[ExplainExplainOhCrap So, technically, the first time they were on the TARDIS together in this version of reality was on their w . . .]] ''[[OhCrap on their wedding night.]]''".]]



** From the same episode, in answer to the question of [[spoiler: whether Amy's child could have been conceived on the TARDIS]], the Doctor gives the wonderful line [[spoiler: "Rory wasn't even there at the beginning, then he was dead, then he didn't exist, then he was plastic, then I had to reboot the whole universe. Long story. [[ExplainExplainOhCrap So, technically, the first time they were on the TARDIS together in this version of reality was on their w...]] ''[[OhCrap on their wedding night.]]''".]]



** The "OhCrap" look on The Doctor's face when he realizes that the TARDIS has landed in Hitler's office is priceless.

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** A quiet "OhCrap" moment appears in a flashback scene when Amy tries to explain to Rory why [[MistakenForGay he's gay]] because she's known him for years and he's never shown interest in any girl before . . . until she realizes that [[SingleTargetSexuality she is the girl he's always loved.]]
** The "OhCrap" look on The the Doctor's face when he realizes that the TARDIS has landed in Hitler's office is priceless.



** A quieter "OhCrap" moment appears in a flashback scene when Amy tries to explain to Rory why [[MistakenForGay he's gay]] because she's known him for years and he's never shown interest in any girl before...until she realizes that [[SingleTargetSexuality she is the girl he's always loved.]]

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** A quieter "OhCrap" * [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E9NightTerrors "Night Terrors"]]: The moment appears in a flashback scene when Amy tries the Doctor gets Alex to explain to Rory why [[MistakenForGay he's gay]] realize that George [[spoiler:can't possibly be his son]] because she's known [[spoiler:Claire, his wife, ''can't have children''.]] Cue look of horror on Alex's face -- [[spoiler:if he doesn't have a son, then who and WHAT is the child that's been living with him for years and he's never shown interest in any girl before...until she realizes that [[SingleTargetSexuality she is the girl he's always loved.]]ten years?]]



** And those who had an OhCrap over Ten going [[AGodAmI Time Lord Victorious]] will have an all-too-familiar reaction to Eleven's last words to the Dalek he murders, in the most cold sociopathic voice he has ever used: ''[[DissonantSerenity Hello... Dalek.]]''

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** And those who had an OhCrap over Ten going [[AGodAmI Time Lord Victorious]] will have an all-too-familiar reaction to Eleven's last words to the Dalek he murders, kills, in the most cold sociopathic voice he has ever used: ''[[DissonantSerenity Hello...Hello . . . Dalek.]]''



* From [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E1AsylumOfTheDaleks "Asylum of the Daleks"]]:
-->'''Amy:''' Doctor, ''[[BigShutUp shut up!]]'' Did you say alive... ''or'' dead?
* One line from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]] makes the Doctor and Amy's blood run cold:

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!!Series 7
* From [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E1AsylumOfTheDaleks "Asylum of the Daleks"]]:
** When they're in the escape pod:
-->'''Amy:''' Doctor, ''[[BigShutUp shut up!]]'' Did you say alive...alive . . . ''or'' dead?
** When Amy discovers that the Dalek zombies have her nanite-protection bracelet.
** The Doctor gets a huge one when the Daleks in Intensive Care learn who he is, break out and advance on him.
* One line from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]] Manhattan"]]: One line from the Melody Malone book makes the Doctor and Amy's blood run cold:



* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E13TheNameOfTheDoctor "The Name of the Doctor"]], Eleven gets a ''big'' one of these right after a heartwarming reunion with Clara. The actual cause is kind of a massive spoiler, however: [[spoiler:It's the memory of the one Doctor that the rest of the regenerations refuse to acknowledge as such]].
* In [[Recap/DoctorWho50thPrequelTheNightOfTheDoctor "The Night of the Doctor"]], Cass is surprised to learn that someone has arrived to answer her DistressCall. She lets him drag her along to the back of the ship while asking him how they're going to escape. He opens a door to reveal the TARDIS, and when he mentions that it is BiggerOnTheInside, [[spoiler: she is horrified to realize he is a [[TheDreaded Time Lord]].]]

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* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E13TheNameOfTheDoctor "The Name of the Doctor"]], Doctor"]]: Eleven gets a ''big'' one of these right after a heartwarming reunion with Clara. The actual cause is kind of a massive spoiler, however: [[spoiler:It's the memory of the one Doctor that the rest of the regenerations refuse to acknowledge as such]].
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!!50[[superscript:th]] Anniversary Specials
* In [[Recap/DoctorWho50thPrequelTheNightOfTheDoctor "The Night of the Doctor"]], Doctor"]]: Cass is surprised to learn that someone has arrived to answer her DistressCall. She lets him drag her along to the back of the ship while asking him how they're going to escape. He opens a door to reveal the TARDIS, and when he mentions that it is BiggerOnTheInside, [[spoiler: she is horrified to realize he is a [[TheDreaded Time Lord]].]]



** The Daleks boast victory at the [[spoiler:dying]] Doctor when they acknowledge that he has [[spoiler:run out of regenerations]]. ''Until'' he gets a gift for Christmas -- [[spoiler:namely a new regeneration cycle from the Time Lords.]] They ''completely freak out'' when he fires up the first of them immediately... and whips up enough energy that he can use it to ''destroy them.''

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** The Daleks boast victory at the [[spoiler:dying]] Doctor when they acknowledge that he has [[spoiler:run out of regenerations]]. ''Until'' he gets a gift for Christmas -- [[spoiler:namely a new regeneration cycle from the Time Lords.]] They ''completely freak out'' when he fires up the first of them immediately... immediately . . . and whips up enough energy that he can use it to ''destroy them.''them''.



** Clara has two in a row at the end of the episode: The first one is her priceless reaction to her beloved Time Lord [[spoiler:regenerating from the Eleventh to Twelfth Doctor and becoming vastly different, older, and quite scary at first glance... 'til he starts babbling about new kidneys.]] The second one really packs a kick. There's one big problem with the [[spoiler:Twelfth]] Doctor just as the TARDIS starts crashing out of control: [[spoiler:the regeneration has made him ''forget how to fly the TARDIS'']]. Clara is ''terrified''.
* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E11DarkWater "Dark Water"]] the Doctor and Clara both get this on realizing that [[spoiler: the skeletons in the eponymous water are really Cybermen.]] But neither compare to the look on the Doctor's face when he learns that [[spoiler: Missy is actually the Master.]]
* 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.]]

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** Clara has two in a row at the end of the episode: The first one is her priceless reaction to her beloved Time Lord [[spoiler:regenerating from the Eleventh to Twelfth Doctor and becoming vastly different, older, and quite scary at first glance...glance . . . 'til he starts babbling about new kidneys.]] The second one really packs a kick. There's one big problem with the [[spoiler:Twelfth]] Doctor just as the TARDIS starts crashing out of control: [[spoiler:the regeneration has made him ''forget how to fly the TARDIS'']]. Clara is ''terrified''.
''terrified''.

!!Series 8
* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS34E11DarkWater "Dark Water"]] the Water"]]: The Doctor and Clara both get this on realizing that [[spoiler: the skeletons in the eponymous water are really Cybermen.]] But neither compare to the look on the Doctor's face when he learns that [[spoiler: Missy is actually the Master.]]
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!!Series 9
* In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E1TheMagiciansApprentice "The Magician's Apprentice"]] the Apprentice"]]: The Doctor has an OhCrap moment, possible possibly his biggest OhCrap moment ever, 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.]]


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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E6TheInvasionOfTime "The Invasion of Time"]] is the definitive Classic Who example. After four episodes, the Vardans have been expelled from Gallifrey through copious amounts of mind-trickery; the Doctor, supremely smug with his success, addresses the cheering crowd with a victory speech. Puzzled at why the cheering abruptly stops, he turns around... [[spoiler:and standing behind him is a Sontaran battle squad, who have been playing the Vardans for patsies, and have taken advantage of the weakened Gallifrey defences to stroll in and claim the place for themselves.]] Tom Baker's boggle-eyes were MADE for moments like this.

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* [[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E6TheInvasionOfTime "The Invasion of Time"]] is the definitive Classic Who example. After four episodes, the Vardans have been expelled from Gallifrey through copious amounts of mind-trickery; the Doctor, supremely smug with his success, addresses the cheering crowd with a victory speech. Puzzled at why the cheering abruptly stops, he turns around... [[spoiler:and standing behind him is a Sontaran battle squad, who have been playing the Vardans for patsies, and have taken advantage of the weakened Gallifrey defences to stroll in and claim the place for themselves.]] Tom Baker's Creator/TomBaker's boggle-eyes were MADE for moments like this.
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** From the same episode, the Doctor's recording is telling Sally and Larry about the Angels, but then the two realize neither is looking at the nearby Angel. Cue OhCrap.

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** From the same episode, the Doctor's recording is telling Sally and Larry about the Angels, but then the two realize neither is looking at the nearby Angel. Cue OhCrap.Angel that was outside.
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** From the same episode, the Doctor's recording is telling Sally and Larry about the Angels, but then the two realize neither is looking at the nearby Angel. Cue OhCrap.
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* Lacking faces, you wouldn't imagine the Daleks could pull off a decent Oh Crap moment. But in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E13Doomsday "Doomsday"]], when a strange man shows up on the vidscreen the Daleks are watching (and have just informed ''five million Cybermen'' that they are no threat, claiming that destroying them "is not war, this is ''[[ThisIsPestControl pest control]]''") and they demand Rose identify him, she calmly does so: "That's the Doctor." All four Daleks simultaneously jerk a few inches backwards. Rose's line is priceless:

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* Lacking faces, you wouldn't imagine the Daleks could pull off a decent Oh Crap moment. But in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E13Doomsday "Doomsday"]], when a strange man shows up on the vidscreen the Daleks are watching (and have just informed ''five million Cybermen'' that they are no threat, claiming that destroying them "is not war, this is ''[[ThisIsPestControl pest control]]''") ''pest control''") and they demand Rose identify him, she calmly does so: "That's the Doctor." All four Daleks simultaneously jerk a few inches backwards. Rose's line is priceless:
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