History Recap / DoctorWhoS31E1TheEleventhHour

22nd Mar '17 8:48:22 PM AthenaBlue
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[[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2mlnpt He questions the Atraxi]] -- is Earth a threat? Is it a criminal planet? Does it violate the Guard planet's own laws? And finally: ''is it defended''? And by whom? The eyeball visualises images of various ''Who'' monsters [[note]]Including the Ood and Hath who, excluding Ood Sigma's telepathic message at the end of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]], ''have never set foot on Earth at this point.''[[/note]] and all ten preceding incarnations of the Doctor. The Doctor steps through the projections shown (more precisely, he symbolically steps through Creator/DavidTennant's face), his new outfit now complete with a bow tie, and tells the Atraxi to '''run'''. They do.

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[[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2mlnpt He questions the Atraxi]] -- is Earth a threat? Is it a criminal planet? Does it violate the Guard planet's own laws? And finally: ''is it defended''? And by whom? The eyeball visualises images of various ''Who'' monsters [[note]]Including the Ood and Hath who, excluding Ood Sigma's telepathic message at the end of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E16TheWatersOfMars "The Waters of Mars"]], ''have never set foot on Earth at this point.''[[/note]] and all ten preceding incarnations of the Doctor. The Doctor steps through the projections shown (more precisely, he symbolically steps through Creator/DavidTennant's face), his new outfit now complete with a bow tie, bowtie, and tells the Atraxi to '''run'''. They do.



* BowtiesAreCool: TropeNamer. The Doctor takes a bow tie from the hospital, and becomes attached to it.

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* BowtiesAreCool: TropeNamer. The Doctor takes a bow tie bowtie from the hospital, and becomes attached to it.



* ContinuityCavalcade: The montage of previous monsters and all ten previous Doctors before telling the latest alien to "Run".

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* ContinuityCavalcade: The montage of previous monsters and all ten previous Doctors Doctors, before telling the Doctor tells the latest alien to "Run".



* NecktieLeash: Amy not only drags the Doctor by the tie, she locks it in a car door to get information out of him. [[FridgeBrilliance After that, the Doctor wears a bow tie.]]

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* NecktieLeash: Amy not only drags the Doctor by the tie, she locks it in a car door to get information out of him. [[FridgeBrilliance After that, the Doctor wears a bow tie.bowtie.]]



* NeverHeardThatOneBefore: Variant. The Doctor tells Amy that he has heard every possible reaction to the fact that the TARDIS is bigger on the inside. Amy responds "I'm in my nightie". He probably has heard that one before.

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* NeverHeardThatOneBefore: Variant. The Doctor tells Amy that he has heard every possible reaction to the fact that the TARDIS is bigger on the inside. Amy responds responds, "I'm in my nightie". nightie." He probably has heard that one before.



* ObliviousToHisOwnDescription: When Prisoner Zero takes on the Doctor's form, he hasn't looked in a mirror since his regeneration, so his reaction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?".

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* ObliviousToHisOwnDescription: When Prisoner Zero takes on the Doctor's form, he hasn't looked in a mirror since his regeneration, so his reaction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?".be?"



* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS" the Doctor opens the doors while they're InSpace (protected by the forcefield, of course)

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* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS" the Doctor opens the doors while they're InSpace (protected by the forcefield, of course)course).
22nd Mar '17 8:42:57 PM AthenaBlue
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The Doctor technobabbles and bluffs, until he manages to get his sonic screwdriver working again, at which point he and his erstwhile captor bust a move. But the TARDIS won't let him in because it's repairing itself, and . . . that's when he notices that the wooden shed he destroyed the night he met Amelia has been rebuilt. [[ExactlyExtyYearsAgo About twelve years ago]]. Incredulous, he turns to the young woman beside him and realises that ''she'' is Amelia, [[SheIsAllGrownUp all grown up.]] And not a police officer at all, but a professional kissogram. And ''very'' cross at him for making her wait for two-thirds of her life.

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The Doctor technobabbles and bluffs, until he manages to get his sonic screwdriver working again, at which point he and his erstwhile captor bust a move. But the TARDIS won't let him in because it's repairing itself, and . . . that's when he notices that the wooden shed he destroyed the night he met Amelia has been rebuilt. [[ExactlyExtyYearsAgo About twelve years ago]]. Incredulous, he turns to the young woman beside him him, and realises that ''she'' is Amelia, [[SheIsAllGrownUp all grown up.]] And not a police officer at all, but a professional kissogram. And ''very'' cross at him for making her wait for two-thirds of her life.
21st Mar '17 9:01:50 AM lafeeverte
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Back at the country house, the Doctor wakes up, cuffed to a radiator. A woman in a rather risqué policewoman's uniform is standing over him, apparently calling for backup. Amelia hasn't lived here in a long time, she says. The Doctor piques her interest in . . . a creepy door she's never noticed before.

"Don't go in there!" the Doctor protests. He gets ignored. She goes in -- it's totally ordinary. Run down and filthy, but . . . ordinary all the same. Until she sees . . . the sonic screwdriver, which had been mysteriously missing when the Doctor woke up from his meeting with Mr Cricket-Bat. It's in the secret room, lying in a puddle of goo. Which could totally be explained by having rolled under the door. If it wasn't on the table.

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Back at the country house, the Doctor wakes up, cuffed to a radiator. A woman in a rather risqué policewoman's police uniform is standing over him, apparently calling for backup. Amelia hasn't lived here in a long time, she says. The Doctor piques her interest in . . .in... a creepy door she's never noticed before.

"Don't go in there!" the Doctor protests. He gets ignored. She goes in -- it's totally ordinary. Run down and filthy, but . . . but ordinary all the same. Until she sees . . . sees the sonic screwdriver, which had been mysteriously missing when the Doctor woke up from his meeting with Mr Cricket-Bat. It's in the secret room, lying in a puddle of goo. Which could totally be explained by having rolled under the door. If it wasn't on the table.



The Doctor technobabbles and bluffs, until he manages to get his sonic screwdriver working again, at which point he and his erstwhile captor bust a move. But the TARDIS won't let him in because it's repairing itself, and . . . that's when he notices that the wooden shed he destroyed the night he met Amelia has been rebuilt. [[ExactlyExtyYearsAgo About twelve years ago]]. Incredulous, he turns to the young woman beside him . . . and realises that ''she'' is Amelia, [[SheIsAllGrownUp all grown up.]] And not a police officer at all, but a professional kissogram. And ''very'' cross at him for making her wait for two-thirds of her life.

They walk over to the village centre, and all the speakers in the area are spawning the same message in every language -- "PRISONER ZERO WILL VACATE THE HUMAN RESIDENCE OR THE HUMAN RESIDENCE WILL BE INCINERATED." But if all they want is for Prisoner Zero to come out of the house, why is the message broadcasting in the village, and around the world? Unless . . . by "residence" they mean "planet". Amelia (now going by Amy) takes the Doctor to a neighbour's home, where the Doctor gets recognised by a guy called Jeff as Amy's infamous imaginary friend. The Doctor decides to get back into the open, trying to figure something out. At which point the aliens block out the sun, and then turn the block transparent to make a force field. People take pictures and Website/{{Facebook}} their mates without realising they're going to die in . . . twenty minutes and counting.

The Doctor gets his [[StaggeredZoom memory]] working overtime: he saw something weird a second ago. When the sun went out, everyone was photographing the sky . . . everyone except Rory, who was photographing Barking Man with Dog. It turns out that the man looks exactly like one of his coma patients, and this isn't the first time this has happened. He's gathering photographic evidence to prove he's not insane. He's also Amy's boyfriend, and absolutely speechless at suddenly seeing her imaginary friend come to life. She always made him dress up as the Doctor when they played as kids, and she went through four psychiatrists trying to get over her childhood experience, and now he's ''here'' and a bit too busy to have a chat and explain everything.

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The Doctor technobabbles and bluffs, until he manages to get his sonic screwdriver working again, at which point he and his erstwhile captor bust a move. But the TARDIS won't let him in because it's repairing itself, and . . . that's when he notices that the wooden shed he destroyed the night he met Amelia has been rebuilt. [[ExactlyExtyYearsAgo About twelve years ago]]. Incredulous, he turns to the young woman beside him . . . him and realises that ''she'' is Amelia, [[SheIsAllGrownUp all grown up.]] And not a police officer at all, but a professional kissogram. And ''very'' cross at him for making her wait for two-thirds of her life.

They walk over to the village centre, and all the speakers in the area are spawning the same message in every language -- "PRISONER ZERO WILL VACATE THE HUMAN RESIDENCE OR THE HUMAN RESIDENCE WILL BE INCINERATED." INCINERATED". But if all they want is for Prisoner Zero to come out of the house, why is the message broadcasting in the village, and around the world? Unless . . . Unless by "residence" they mean "planet". Amelia (now going by Amy) takes the Doctor to a neighbour's home, where the Doctor gets recognised by a guy called Jeff as Amy's infamous imaginary friend. The Doctor decides to get back into the open, trying to figure something out. At which point the aliens block out the sun, and then turn the block transparent to make a force field. People take pictures and Website/{{Facebook}} their mates without realising they're going to die in . . . in twenty minutes and counting.

The Doctor gets his [[StaggeredZoom memory]] working overtime: he saw something weird a second ago. When the sun went out, everyone was photographing the sky . . .sky... everyone except Rory, who was photographing Barking Man with Dog. It turns out that the man looks exactly like one of his coma patients, and this isn't the first time this has happened. He's gathering photographic evidence to prove he's not insane. He's also Amy's boyfriend, and absolutely speechless at suddenly seeing her imaginary friend come to life. She always made him dress up as the Doctor when they played as kids, and she went through four psychiatrists trying to get over her childhood experience, and now he's ''here'' and a bit too busy to have a chat and explain everything.



Prisoner Zero switches to a different disguise. Since it needs months of proximity to build up a connection to a physical memory, it's able to disguise itself as . . . the memory of little Amy and her "Raggedy Doctor". The Doctor sees his new face for the first time. Amy faints and the Doctor and Rory rush to her. The Doctor convinces comatose Amy to fight the monster's mental link by imagining its true form, which she saw behind the scary door. It works.

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Prisoner Zero switches to a different disguise. Since it needs months of proximity to build up a connection to a physical memory, it's able to disguise itself as . . . as the memory of little Amy Amelia and her "Raggedy Doctor". The Doctor sees his new face for the first time. Amy faints and the Doctor and Rory rush to her. The Doctor convinces comatose Amy to fight the monster's mental link by imagining remembering its true form, which she saw behind the scary door. It works.



At night, Amy Pond wakes up, having heard the unmistakable sound of the TARDIS. She runs downstairs to meet the Doctor. He decided to keep the stolen clothes, figuring it's a nice reward for having saved the Earth a billion times over by now. Also, it's been two years since he last saw Amy. He thought it was a few hours. Again. She's appropriately pissed off at him for that but, regardless, he invites her to be his next companion. Amy agrees to come with him, so long as he can have her back by tomorrow morning for an unspecified appointment. And eventually, they leave.

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At night, Amy Pond wakes up, having heard the unmistakable sound of the TARDIS. She runs downstairs to meet the Doctor. He decided to keep the stolen clothes, figuring it's a nice reasonable reward for having saved the Earth a billion times over by now. Also, it's been two years since he last saw Amy. He thought it was a few hours. Again. She's appropriately pissed off at him for that but, regardless, he invites her to be his next companion. Amy agrees to come with him, so long as he can have her back by tomorrow morning for an unspecified appointment. And eventually, they leave.



* BowtiesAreCool: TropeNamer. The Doctor takes a bowtie from the hospital, and becomes attached to it.

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* BowtiesAreCool: TropeNamer. The Doctor takes a bowtie bow tie from the hospital, and becomes attached to it.



* BrokenBird: Amy Pond . . . as young Amelia she clearly has abandonment issues brewing. When the Doctor leaves her for, in his words "Five minutes" (she says that "everyone says that", hinting something might have happened to her mum and dad), she grows up with a lingering resentment and a rather short temper. We finally see her shell start to crack when the Doctor invites her into the TARDIS for the first time, confirming that everything he told her as a child was really true.

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* BrokenBird: Amy Pond . . . as Pond. As young Amelia she clearly has abandonment issues brewing. When the Doctor leaves her for, in his words "Five minutes" (she says that "everyone says that", hinting something might have happened to her mum and dad), that"), she grows up with a lingering resentment and a rather short temper. We finally see her shell start to crack when the Doctor invites her into the TARDIS for the first time, confirming that everything he told her as a child was really true.



* ChekhovsSkill: As much as being a kissogram can be considered a skill. In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it line, the costume is useful when she needs to gain entry to an otherwise-inaccessible wing of the hospital.

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* ChekhovsSkill: As much as being a kissogram can be considered a skill. In a blink-and-you'll-miss-it line, the The costume is useful when she needs to gain entry to an otherwise-inaccessible wing of the hospital.



** When the Doctor meets adult Amy, she's working as a "kissogram" . . . Which apparently means that people can hire her to kiss them at parties, while she's dressed up in an outfit they fancy, such as a [[NaughtyNurseOutfit nurse]], a [[NaughtyNuns nun]], or a [[SexyWhateverOutfit policewoman]]. So Moffat essentially made Amy into a family-friendly version of a call girl.

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** When the Doctor meets adult Amy, she's working as a "kissogram" . . ."kissogram". Which apparently means that people can hire her to kiss them at parties, while she's dressed up in an outfit they fancy, such as a [[NaughtyNurseOutfit nurse]], a [[NaughtyNuns nun]], or a [[SexyWhateverOutfit policewoman]]. So Moffat essentially made Amy into a family-friendly version of a call girl.



* NecktieLeash: Amy not only drags the Doctor by the tie, she locks it in a car door to get information out of him. [[FridgeBrilliance After that, the Doctor wears a bowtie.]]

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* NecktieLeash: Amy not only drags the Doctor by the tie, she locks it in a car door to get information out of him. [[FridgeBrilliance After that, the Doctor wears a bowtie.bow tie.]]



* NeverHeardThatOneBefore: Variant. The Doctor tells Amy that he has heard every possible reaction to the fact that the TARDIS is bigger on the inside. Amy responds "I'm in my nightie." He probably has heard that one before.

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* NeverHeardThatOneBefore: Variant. The Doctor tells Amy that he has heard every possible reaction to the fact that the TARDIS is bigger on the inside. Amy responds "I'm in my nightie." nightie". He probably has heard that one before.



** Amy approaching the extra door in her house. Just Amy, slowly walking down an ordinary hallway towards an ordinary closed door . . . Hitchcock would've been proud.
** During the scene where the Doctor confronts Prisoner Zero, the hospital room they're in is amazingly quiet. Far quieter, in fact, than a room with several patients in it should be. Especially since there is audible noise from outside once Prisoner Zero is gone.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: After the Doctor accidentally skips forwards twelve years instead of five minutes, the rest of the village end up believing that "the Raggedy Doctor" is Amelia's imaginary friend, and are weirded out or charmed to actually meet him. Amy is less pleased, in part due to the four psychiatrists she'd been made to visit (and then bite).
* ObliviousToHisOwnDescription: When Prisoner Zero takes on the Doctor's form, he hasn't looked in a mirror since his regeneration, so his reaction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?"

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** Amy approaching the extra door in her house. Just Amy, slowly walking down an ordinary hallway towards an ordinary closed door . . .door. Hitchcock would've been proud.
** During the scene where the Doctor confronts Prisoner Zero, the hospital room they're in is amazingly quiet. Far quieter, in fact, than a room with several patients in it should be. Especially since there is audible noise from outside once Prisoner Zero is gone.
* NotSoImaginaryFriend: After the Doctor accidentally skips forwards twelve years instead of five minutes, the rest of the village end up believing that "the Raggedy Doctor" is Amelia's imaginary friend, and are weirded weird ed out or charmed to actually meet him. Amy is less pleased, in part due to the four psychiatrists she'd been made to visit (and then bite).
* ObliviousToHisOwnDescription: When Prisoner Zero takes on the Doctor's form, he hasn't looked in a mirror since his regeneration, so his reaction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?"be?".



** The Atraxi don't have any facial features, but they certainly get the hell off of Earth when they realize they've been tangling with the Doctor.

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** The Atraxi don't have any facial features, but they certainly get the hell off of Earth when they realize realise they've been tangling with the Doctor.



** When the Doctor hears "Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated" is being broadcast all over the world in every language, and he realizes they don't mean Amy's house, they mean they are going to blow up the planet.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: When the Doctor first meets grown-up Amy, she's faking an English accent. He doesn't realize who she is until she reverts back into her natural Scottish one after they've run out of the house.

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** When the Doctor hears "Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated" is being broadcast all over the world in every language, and he realizes realises they don't mean Amy's house, they mean they are going to blow up the planet.
* OohMeAccentsSlipping: When the Doctor first meets grown-up Amy, she's faking an English accent. He doesn't realize realise who she is until she reverts back into her natural Scottish one after they've run out of the house.



* SheIsAllGrownUp: Amy, who is first seen aged seven, then 19. Then 21. The Doctor doesn't recognize her the second time and still thinks of her as the little girl that he ate fish fingers and custard with.
* ShirtlessScene: Creator/MattSmith, it's just the first episode and he was more than just shirtless.

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* SheIsAllGrownUp: Amy, who is first seen aged seven, then 19. Then 21. The Doctor doesn't recognize recognise her the second time and still thinks of her as the little girl that he ate fish fingers and custard with.
* ShirtlessScene: Creator/MattSmith, Creator/MattSmith; it's just the first episode and he was more than just shirtless.



** The guy who's surfing porn and seriously needs to get a girlfriend is named '''[[Series/{{Coupling}} Jeff]]'''.

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** The guy who's surfing porn and seriously needs to get a girlfriend is named called '''[[Series/{{Coupling}} Jeff]]'''.



** In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS", as she tries to process what's happening Amy Pond finds herself babbling about all kinds of inconsequential matters like why does the Doctor have a time machine made of wood and does he need to change the bulb in the light on top, and randomly switches topics back to his bowtie and how stupid she thinks it looks.

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** In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS", as she tries to process what's happening Amy Pond finds herself babbling about all kinds of inconsequential matters like why does the Doctor have a time machine made of wood and does he need to change the bulb in the light on top, and randomly switches topics back to his bowtie bow tie and how stupid she thinks it looks.
11th Mar '17 7:50:50 AM Akaihiryuu
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** When the Doctor hears "Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated" is being broadcast all over the world in every language, and he realizes they don't mean Amy's house, they mean they are going to blow up the planet.
5th Mar '17 8:08:30 PM AthenaBlue
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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead The Doctor opens the door to the TARDIS by snapping his fingers.]]
** The appearance of the hat-stand in the console room.
** The St John's Ambulance badge is back, as it once was during the early years of the show.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink A written message from the Doctor saying to "DUCK!" right before something comes at its receiver through a window.]]
** The Doctor congratulates Prisoner Zero on creating [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva "a perfect impression of [it]self"]].
** The TARDIS landing on its side right after a big regeneration.
** The Doctor promising a little girl he'd be right back, and shows up years later, weaving in and out of her life, all the while, the little girl falls in love with the Doctor. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace Not the first time this has happened . . .]]
** The "[You've] had some cowboys in here" line was previously used in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], another Steven Moffat-penned episode.
** It's also not the first time he's stolen [[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E1SpearheadFromSpace his]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoTVMTheTVMovie outfit]] from a hospital locker.
** The cracks in time? [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E5TheTimeMonster Been there.]][[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E2CityOfDeath Done that. ]]

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E4AliensOfLondon The Doctor opens the door to the out-of-control TARDIS by snapping his fingers.nearly hits Big Ben.]]
** The appearance of the hat-stand in the console room.
** The St John's Ambulance badge is back, as it once was during the early years of the show.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink A written message from the Doctor saying to "DUCK!" right before something comes at its receiver through a window.]]
** The Doctor congratulates Prisoner Zero on creating
[[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva "a perfect impression of [it]self"]].
**
The TARDIS landing on its side right after a big regeneration.
** The Doctor promising a little girl he'd be right back, and shows up years later, weaving in and out of her life, all the while, the little girl falls in love with the Doctor. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace Not the first time this has happened . . .]]
** The "[You've] had some cowboys in here" line was previously used in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], another Steven Moffat-penned episode.
** It's also not the first time he's stolen [[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E1SpearheadFromSpace his]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoTVMTheTVMovie outfit]] from a hospital locker.
** The cracks in time? [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E5TheTimeMonster Been there.]][[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E2CityOfDeath Done that.
regeneration.]]



** The Fifth Doctor's love for cricket is inverted here (a cricket bat hitting the Doctor).

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** The Fifth Doctor's love for cricket is inverted here (a cricket bat hitting Doctor exhales golden energy after regenerating, just like the Doctor).[[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion last time]].
** The Doctor turning BigEater after his big comeback, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime just like the Master in their previous outing.]]



** The Doctor turning BigEater after his big comeback, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime just like the Master in their previous outing.]]
** His use of the word "Run" is a reference to [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]], where it is the first line uttered by the Doctor in the new incarnation of the series. Here, it is turned on its head; instead of warning a companion, he is threatening an enemy.

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** The Doctor turning BigEater after his big comeback, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime just like the Master cracks in their previous outing.time? [[Recap/DoctorWhoS9E5TheTimeMonster Been there.]][[Recap/DoctorWhoS17E2CityOfDeath Done that.]]
** His use of The "[You've] had some cowboys in here" line was previously used in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the word "Run" is Fireplace"]], another Steven Moffat-penned episode.
** The Doctor promising
a reference to [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]], where it is little girl he'd be right back, and shows up years later, weaving in and out of her life, all the while, the little girl falls in love with the Doctor. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace Not the first line uttered by time this has happened . . .]]
** The Fifth Doctor's love for cricket is inverted here (a cricket bat hitting
the Doctor in the new incarnation of the series. Here, it is turned on its head; instead of warning a companion, he is threatening an enemy.Doctor).


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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink A written message from the Doctor saying to "DUCK!" right before something comes at its receiver through a window.]]
** The Doctor congratulates Prisoner Zero on creating [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva "a perfect impression of [it]self"]].
** It's also not the first time he's stolen [[Recap/DoctorWhoS7E1SpearheadFromSpace his]] [[Recap/DoctorWhoTVMTheTVMovie outfit]] from a hospital locker.
** His use of the word "Run" is a reference to [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]], where it is the first line uttered by the Doctor in the new incarnation of the series. Here, it is turned on its head; instead of warning a companion, he is threatening an enemy.
** The St John's Ambulance badge is back, as it once was during the early years of the show.
** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead The Doctor opens the door to the TARDIS by snapping his fingers.]]
** The appearance of the hat-stand in the console room.
5th Mar '17 8:03:05 PM AthenaBlue
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Written by Creator/StevenMoffat.
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A little Scottish girl is praying to Santa that he will send someone to just fix that creepy crack in the wall. She's interrupted by the sound of a police telephone box parking itself in her garden... on its side.

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A little Scottish girl is praying to Santa that he will send someone to just fix that creepy crack in the wall. She's interrupted by the sound of a police telephone box parking itself in her garden...garden . . . on its side.



He's still in the middle of regeneration trauma, but it doesn't involve comas this time around. He does have serious food cravings. Amelia obligingly fills the Doctor's increasingly gross requests, only to have him reject all the offerings in favour of... fish fingers with custard.

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He's still in the middle of regeneration trauma, but it doesn't involve comas this time around. He does have serious food cravings. Amelia obligingly fills the Doctor's increasingly gross requests, only to have him reject all the offerings in favour of...of . . . fish fingers with custard.



So he opens it, and they stare into an alien prison cell. A booming voice repeats "PRISONER ZERO HAS ESCAPED." A giant eyeball -- [[Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures the Atraxi]] -- eyeballs them and the crack closes and heals completely. Well, not quite. See, Prisoner Zero has escaped through the crack, and is around here... somewhere.

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So he opens it, and they stare into an alien prison cell. A booming voice repeats "PRISONER ZERO HAS ESCAPED." A giant eyeball -- [[Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures the Atraxi]] -- eyeballs them and the crack closes and heals completely. Well, not quite. See, Prisoner Zero has escaped through the crack, and is around here...here . . . somewhere.



Back at the country house, the Doctor wakes up, cuffed to a radiator. A woman in a rather risqué policewoman's uniform is standing over him, apparently calling for backup. Amelia hasn't lived here in a long time, she says. The Doctor piques her interest in... a creepy door she's never noticed before.

"Don't go in there!" the Doctor protests. He gets ignored. She goes in -- it's totally ordinary. Run down and filthy, but... ordinary all the same. Until she sees... the sonic screwdriver, which had been mysteriously missing when the Doctor woke up from his meeting with Mr Cricket-Bat. It's in the secret room, lying in a puddle of goo. Which could totally be explained by having rolled under the door. If it wasn't on the table.

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Back at the country house, the Doctor wakes up, cuffed to a radiator. A woman in a rather risqué policewoman's uniform is standing over him, apparently calling for backup. Amelia hasn't lived here in a long time, she says. The Doctor piques her interest in...in . . . a creepy door she's never noticed before.

"Don't go in there!" the Doctor protests. He gets ignored. She goes in -- it's totally ordinary. Run down and filthy, but...but . . . ordinary all the same. Until she sees...sees . . . the sonic screwdriver, which had been mysteriously missing when the Doctor woke up from his meeting with Mr Cricket-Bat. It's in the secret room, lying in a puddle of goo. Which could totally be explained by having rolled under the door. If it wasn't on the table.
table.



The Doctor technobabbles and bluffs, until he manages to get his sonic screwdriver working again, at which point he and his erstwhile captor bust a move. But the TARDIS won't let him in because it's repairing itself, and... that's when he notices that the wooden shed he destroyed the night he met Amelia has been rebuilt. [[ExactlyExtyYearsAgo About twelve years ago]]. Incredulous, he turns to the young woman beside him... and realises that ''she'' is Amelia, [[SheIsAllGrownUp all grown up.]] And not a police officer at all, but a professional kissogram. And ''very'' cross at him for making her wait for two-thirds of her life.

They walk over to the village centre, and all the speakers in the area are spawning the same message in every language -- "PRISONER ZERO WILL VACATE THE HUMAN RESIDENCE OR THE HUMAN RESIDENCE WILL BE INCINERATED." But if all they want is for Prisoner Zero to come out of the house, why is the message broadcasting in the village, and around the world? Unless... by "residence" they mean "planet". Amelia (now going by Amy) takes the Doctor to a neighbour's home, where the Doctor gets recognised by a guy called Jeff as Amy's infamous imaginary friend. The Doctor decides to get back into the open, trying to figure something out. At which point the aliens block out the sun, and then turn the block transparent to make a force field. People take pictures and Website/{{Facebook}} their mates without realising they're going to die in... twenty minutes and counting.

The Doctor gets his [[StaggeredZoom memory]] working overtime: he saw something weird a second ago. When the sun went out, everyone was photographing the sky... everyone except Rory, who was photographing Barking Man with Dog. It turns out that the man looks exactly like one of his coma patients, and this isn't the first time this has happened. He's gathering photographic evidence to prove he's not insane. He's also Amy's boyfriend, and absolutely speechless at suddenly seeing her imaginary friend come to life. She always made him dress up as the Doctor when they played as kids, and she went through four psychiatrists trying to get over her childhood experience, and now he's ''here'' and a bit too busy to have a chat and explain everything.

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The Doctor technobabbles and bluffs, until he manages to get his sonic screwdriver working again, at which point he and his erstwhile captor bust a move. But the TARDIS won't let him in because it's repairing itself, and...and . . . that's when he notices that the wooden shed he destroyed the night he met Amelia has been rebuilt. [[ExactlyExtyYearsAgo About twelve years ago]]. Incredulous, he turns to the young woman beside him...him . . . and realises that ''she'' is Amelia, [[SheIsAllGrownUp all grown up.]] And not a police officer at all, but a professional kissogram. And ''very'' cross at him for making her wait for two-thirds of her life.

They walk over to the village centre, and all the speakers in the area are spawning the same message in every language -- "PRISONER ZERO WILL VACATE THE HUMAN RESIDENCE OR THE HUMAN RESIDENCE WILL BE INCINERATED." But if all they want is for Prisoner Zero to come out of the house, why is the message broadcasting in the village, and around the world? Unless...Unless . . . by "residence" they mean "planet". Amelia (now going by Amy) takes the Doctor to a neighbour's home, where the Doctor gets recognised by a guy called Jeff as Amy's infamous imaginary friend. The Doctor decides to get back into the open, trying to figure something out. At which point the aliens block out the sun, and then turn the block transparent to make a force field. People take pictures and Website/{{Facebook}} their mates without realising they're going to die in...in . . . twenty minutes and counting.

The Doctor gets his [[StaggeredZoom memory]] working overtime: he saw something weird a second ago. When the sun went out, everyone was photographing the sky...sky . . . everyone except Rory, who was photographing Barking Man with Dog. It turns out that the man looks exactly like one of his coma patients, and this isn't the first time this has happened. He's gathering photographic evidence to prove he's not insane. He's also Amy's boyfriend, and absolutely speechless at suddenly seeing her imaginary friend come to life. She always made him dress up as the Doctor when they played as kids, and she went through four psychiatrists trying to get over her childhood experience, and now he's ''here'' and a bit too busy to have a chat and explain everything.
everything.



Prisoner Zero switches to a different disguise. Since it needs months of proximity to build up a connection to a physical memory, it's able to disguise itself as... the memory of little Amy and her "Raggedy Doctor". The Doctor sees his new face for the first time. Amy faints and the Doctor and Rory rush to her. The Doctor convinces comatose Amy to fight the monster's mental link by imagining its true form, which she saw behind the scary door. It works.

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Prisoner Zero switches to a different disguise. Since it needs months of proximity to build up a connection to a physical memory, it's able to disguise itself as...as . . . the memory of little Amy and her "Raggedy Doctor". The Doctor sees his new face for the first time. Amy faints and the Doctor and Rory rush to her. The Doctor convinces comatose Amy to fight the monster's mental link by imagining its true form, which she saw behind the scary door. It works.



A DVD-only extra scene. Amy asks the Doctor why his time machine is a police box seemingly made out of wood, and if that isn't a bit unsafe if it is supposed to travel through time and space. The Doctor explains that the police box is only camouflage, and explains the function of the chameleon circuit: the TARDIS automatically analyses its surroundings, carefully picks a form that allows it to blend in with the local environment... And then, every single time, it disregards that data and disguises itself as a police box from 1963, says the Doctor, while admitting that the circuit is probably broken. Amy then asks him how long it has been broken. [[BlatantLies "Oh, not long..."]] answers the Doctor, with a hint of embarrassment.

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A DVD-only extra scene. Amy asks the Doctor why his time machine is a police box seemingly made out of wood, and if that isn't a bit unsafe if it is supposed to travel through time and space. The Doctor explains that the police box is only camouflage, and explains the function of the chameleon circuit: the TARDIS automatically analyses its surroundings, carefully picks a form that allows it to blend in with the local environment... And then, every single time, it disregards that data and disguises itself as a police box from 1963, says the Doctor, while admitting that the circuit is probably broken. Amy then asks him how long it has been broken. [[BlatantLies "Oh, not long...long . . ."]] answers the Doctor, with a hint of embarrassment.



When Amy says that the space outside looks like special effects in a studio, the Doctor proves it's real by pushing her out of the TARDIS, leading into the events of "The Beast Below".

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When Amy says that the space outside looks like special effects in a studio, the Doctor proves it's real by pushing her out of the TARDIS, leading into the events of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow "The Beast Below".
Below"]].



** In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS", Amy can't accept the evidence of her eyes when the Doctor opens the doors to outer space, saying it must be a hallucination or special effect. The Doctor just laughs and [[TheGadfly shoves her out the door]]. At the start of "The Beast Below", she's floating in space with [[TheWorldIsJustAwesome an awed expression on her face]].

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** In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS", Amy can't accept the evidence of her eyes when the Doctor opens the doors to outer space, saying it must be a hallucination or special effect. The Doctor just laughs and [[TheGadfly shoves her out the door]]. At the start of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS31E2TheBeastBelow "The Beast Below", Below"]], she's floating in space with [[TheWorldIsJustAwesome an awed expression on her face]].



-->'''Rory:''' You just summoned aliens back to earth. Actual aliens. Deadly aliens. ''Aliens. Of death.''... And now you're taking your clothes off.

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-->'''Rory:''' You just summoned aliens back to earth. Actual aliens. Deadly aliens. ''Aliens. Of death.''...'' . . . And now you're taking your clothes off.



* BadassBoast: "Hello, I'm the Doctor. Basically... '''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome run.]]'''"

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* BadassBoast: "Hello, I'm the Doctor. Basically...Basically . . . '''[[CrowningMomentOfAwesome run.]]'''"



'''Amelia:''' Yes...\\

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'''Amelia:''' Yes...Yes . . .\\



--->'''The Doctor:''' It's camouflage. It's disguised as a police telephone box from 1963. Every time the TARDIS materialises in a new location, within the first ''nanosecond'' of landing, it analyses its surroundings, calculates a 12-dimensional data map of everything within a 1000-mile radius and determines which outer shell would blend in best with the environment.... And then it disguises itself as a police telephone box from 1963.\\

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--->'''The Doctor:''' It's camouflage. It's disguised as a police telephone box from 1963. Every time the TARDIS materialises in a new location, within the first ''nanosecond'' of landing, it analyses its surroundings, calculates a 12-dimensional data map of everything within a 1000-mile radius and determines which outer shell would blend in best with the environment....environment . . . And then it disguises itself as a police telephone box from 1963.\\



'''The Doctor:''' Oh... you know. [[LongRunners Not long...]]
* {{Bookends}}: In this case, it's more like chapter ends. When we first meet Amy and she first meets the Doctor she is in her nightie, 14 years later and having her first trip in the TARDIS she is wearing a very similar nightie.

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'''The Doctor:''' Oh...Oh . . . you know. [[LongRunners Not long...long . . .]]
* {{Bookends}}: {{Bookends}}:
**
In this case, it's more like chapter ends. When we first meet Amy and she first meets the Doctor she is in her nightie, 14 years later and having her first trip in the TARDIS she is wearing a very similar nightie.



* BrokenBird: Amy Pond... as young Amelia she clearly has abandonment issues brewing. When the Doctor leaves her for, in his words "Five minutes" (she says that "everyone says that" hinting something might have happened to her mum and dad), she grows up with a lingering resentment and a rather short temper. We finally see her shell start to crack when the Doctor invites her into the TARDIS for the first time, confirming that everything he told her as a child was really true.

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* BrokenBird: Amy Pond...Pond . . . as young Amelia she clearly has abandonment issues brewing. When the Doctor leaves her for, in his words "Five minutes" (she says that "everyone says that" that", hinting something might have happened to her mum and dad), she grows up with a lingering resentment and a rather short temper. We finally see her shell start to crack when the Doctor invites her into the TARDIS for the first time, confirming that everything he told her as a child was really true.



* CaptainObvious: "Do you know what the crack is?... It's a crack!"

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* CaptainObvious: "Do you know what the crack is?...is? . . . It's a crack!"



** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead The Doctor opens the door to the TARDIS by clicking his fingers.]]

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** [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead The Doctor opens the door to the TARDIS by clicking snapping his fingers.]]



** The Doctor congratulates Prisoner Zero on creating [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva "a perfect impression of [it]self".]]

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** The Doctor congratulates Prisoner Zero on creating [[Recap/DoctorWhoS19E1Castrovalva "a perfect impression of [it]self".]][it]self"]].



** The Doctor promising a little girl he'd be right back, and shows up years later, weaving in and out of her life, all the while, the little girl falls in love with the Doctor. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace Not the first time this has happened...]]
** The "[You've] had some cowboys in here" line was previously used in "The Girl in the Fireplace", another Steven Moffat-penned episode.

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** The Doctor promising a little girl he'd be right back, and shows up years later, weaving in and out of her life, all the while, the little girl falls in love with the Doctor. [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace Not the first time this has happened...happened . . .]]
** The "[You've] had some cowboys in here" line was previously used in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace", Fireplace"]], another Steven Moffat-penned episode.



** Amy, like River Song before/after her, knocks the Doctor cold and handcuffs him so he can't interfere with her plans.

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** Amy, [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E9ForestOfTheDead like River Song before/after her, her]], knocks the Doctor cold and handcuffs him so he can't interfere with her plans. plans.



* CordonBleughChef: The Doctor rejects the perfectly good food little Amy offers up, and opts for custard and fish fingers instead. It has rapidly undergone a MemeticMutation with many anecdotes online of what this actually tastes like (with varying results). It's ironic since the fish fingers used in the scene were not fish fingers ([[FakeFood they were merely cakes breaded in coconut.]])

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* CordonBleughChef: The Doctor rejects the perfectly good food little Amy offers up, and opts for custard and fish fingers instead. It has rapidly undergone a MemeticMutation with many anecdotes online of what this actually tastes like (with varying results). It's ironic since the fish fingers used in the scene were not fish fingers ([[FakeFood they were merely cakes breaded in coconut.]])coconut]]).



* DeadpanSnarker:

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* DeadpanSnarker:DeadpanSnarker: The Doctor's in fine form this episode.



'''The Doctor:''' Hello. I'm the Doctor. Basically... '''run'''.

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'''The Doctor:''' Hello. I'm the Doctor. Basically...Basically . . . '''run'''.



* FieryRedhead: Amy was pretty even tempered as a kid but by the time she's grown up she has quite the temper. She bit her psychiatrists (all four of them) and gives the Doctor loads of grief over leaving her for 12 years (and then two more!).

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* FieryRedhead: Amy was pretty even tempered as a kid kid, but by the time she's grown up she has quite the temper. She bit her psychiatrists (all four of them) and gives the Doctor loads of grief over leaving her for 12 years (and then two more!).



** The Eleventh Doctor takes more than his shirt off in the locker room.
** When the Doctor meets adult Amy, she's working as a "kissogram"... Which apparently means that people can hire her to kiss them at parties, while she's dressed up in an outfit they fancy, such as a [[NaughtyNurseOutfit nurse]], a [[NaughtyNuns nun]], or a [[SexyWhateverOutfit policewoman]]. So Moffat essentially made Amy into a family-friendly version of a call girl.

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** The Eleventh Doctor takes more than his shirt off in the locker room.
** When the Doctor meets adult Amy, she's working as a "kissogram"..."kissogram" . . . Which apparently means that people can hire her to kiss them at parties, while she's dressed up in an outfit they fancy, such as a [[NaughtyNurseOutfit nurse]], a [[NaughtyNuns nun]], or a [[SexyWhateverOutfit policewoman]]. So Moffat essentially made Amy into a family-friendly version of a call girl.



'''Amy:''' So you're like a... [[{{Cthulhumanoid}} a space squid]], or something... [[MobileSuitHuman Are you like a tiny little slug in a human suit]]?\\

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'''Amy:''' So you're like a... a . . . [[{{Cthulhumanoid}} a space squid]], or something...something . . . [[MobileSuitHuman Are you like a tiny little slug in a human suit]]?\\



* [[HypocriticalHumor Hypocritical Humour]]: After the Doctor rudely demands Amelia to cook all sorts of food for him, only to claim them disgusting, poisonous or evil once he actually tastes them, Amelia takes one last peek into the refrigerator.

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* [[HypocriticalHumor Hypocritical Humour]]: HypocriticalHumour: After the Doctor rudely demands Amelia to cook all sorts of food for him, only to claim them disgusting, poisonous or evil once he actually tastes them, Amelia takes one last peek into the refrigerator.



* MeaningfulName: The expression "eleventh hour" means "in the nick of time". It also references the fact it's one-hour long exactly and that it's the first full episode with the ''eleventh'' Doctor.

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* MeaningfulName: The expression "eleventh hour" means "in the nick of time". It also references the fact it's one-hour long exactly and that it's the first full episode with the ''eleventh'' ''Eleventh'' Doctor.



* NecktieLeash: Amy not only drags the Doctor by the tie, she locks it in a car door to get information out of him. [[FridgeBrilliance After that, the Doctor wears a bow tie.]]

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* NecktieLeash: Amy not only drags the Doctor by the tie, she locks it in a car door to get information out of him. [[FridgeBrilliance After that, the Doctor wears a bow tie.bowtie.]]



** Amy approaching the extra door in her house. Just Amy, slowly walking down an ordinary hallway towards an ordinary closed door... Hitchcock would've been proud.

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** Amy approaching the extra door in her house. Just Amy, slowly walking down an ordinary hallway towards an ordinary closed door...door . . . Hitchcock would've been proud.



-->''"Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated. [[BrokenRecord Prisoner Zero will vacate...]]"''

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-->''"Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated. [[BrokenRecord Prisoner Zero will vacate...vacate . . .]]"''



* TalkativeLoon: You thought the ''Tenth'' Doctor had this trope bad? Eleven gives two long speeches in just this episode.
** In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS", as she tries to process what's happening Amy Pond finds herself babbling about all kinds of inconsequential matters like why does the Doctor have a time machine made of wood and does he need to change the bulb in the light on top, and randomly switches topics back to his bowtie and how stupid she thinks it looks.

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* TalkativeLoon: TalkativeLoon:
**
You thought the ''Tenth'' Doctor had this trope bad? Eleven gives two long speeches in just this episode.
episode.
** In "Meanwhile in the TARDIS", as she tries to process what's happening Amy Pond finds herself babbling about all kinds of inconsequential matters like why does the Doctor have a time machine made of wood and does he need to change the bulb in the light on top, and randomly switches topics back to his bowtie and how stupid she thinks it looks.



* TotallyRadical: "WHO DA MAN!?... Oh, fine, I'm never saying that again."

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* TotallyRadical: "WHO DA MAN!?...MAN!? . . . Oh, fine, I'm never saying that again."



** The duckless duck pond. [[note]] This is later revealed to be foreshadowing of the time cracks' effects on reality; they took the ducks. [[/note]]

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** The duckless duck pond. [[note]] This is later revealed to be foreshadowing of the time cracks' effects on reality; they took the ducks. [[/note]]



-->'''The Doctor:''' Do you know what I keep in here?
-->'''Amy:''' What?
-->'''The Doctor:''' Absolutely everything.
* YouLookFamiliar: One of the villagers is Cully from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E1TheDominators "The Dominators"]].

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-->'''The Doctor:''' Do you know what I keep in here?
-->'''Amy:''' What?
-->'''The
here?\\
'''Amy:''' What?\\
'''The
Doctor:''' Absolutely everything.
* YouLookFamiliar: One of the villagers is Cully from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS6E1TheDominators "The Dominators"]].
everything.
10th Feb '17 11:37:59 AM AthenaBlue
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Added DiffLines:

* GiantEyeOfDoom: The Atraxi, natch. Particularly the first one seen, when the Doctor sonics open the crack in Amelia's bedroom.
10th Feb '17 11:36:07 AM AthenaBlue
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* ObliviousToHisOwnDescription: When Prisoner Zero takes on the Doctor's form, he hasn't looked in a mirror since his regeneration, so his rea* {{Oculothorax}}: The Atraxi are a GiantEyeOfDoom that can fly through outer space.
-->''"Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated. [[BrokenRecord Prisoner Zero will vacate...]]"''ction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?"

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* ObliviousToHisOwnDescription: When Prisoner Zero takes on the Doctor's form, he hasn't looked in a mirror since his regeneration, so his rea* reaction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?"
*
{{Oculothorax}}: The Atraxi are a GiantEyeOfDoom that can fly through outer space.
-->''"Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence or the human residence will be incinerated. [[BrokenRecord Prisoner Zero will vacate...]]"''ction is, "Well, that's rubbish. Who's that supposed to be?"
]]"''
10th Feb '17 11:33:51 AM AthenaBlue
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* GlamourFailure: A variant. Prisoner Zero can take on the form of multiple people as long as they are connected (a man walking a dog, a woman holding hands with two children, etc.). However, it can't quite get the voices right (the man is growling and barking, the woman's voice is coming from the little girl's body) blowing the image.

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* GlamourFailure: A variant. Prisoner Zero can take on the form of multiple people as long as they are connected (a man walking a dog, a woman holding hands with two children, etc.). However, it can't quite get the voices right (the man is growling and barking, the woman's voice is coming from the little girl's body) body), blowing the image.



** The opening shot is a recreation of the opening of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]]. This has also appeared in "The Christmas Invasion" and "Smith and Jones".

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** The opening shot is a recreation of the opening of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]]. This has also appeared in [[Recap/DoctorWho2005CSTheChristmasInvasion "The Christmas Invasion" Invasion"]] and "Smith and Jones".[[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E12ArmyOfGhosts "Army of Ghosts"]].



** There are definite echoes of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E1SmithAndJones "Smith and Jones"]], in that (a hospital/Earth) is harbouring a disguised alien fugitive from justice (The Plasmavore/Prisoner Zero), so the alien police (Judoon/Atraxi) threaten to destroy (the hospital/Earth) if the people do not turn in the fugitive.

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** There are definite echoes of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E1SmithAndJones [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E1SmithAndJones "Smith and Jones"]], in that (a hospital/Earth) is harbouring a disguised alien fugitive from justice (The Plasmavore/Prisoner Zero), so the alien police (Judoon/Atraxi) threaten to destroy (the hospital/Earth) if the people do not turn in the fugitive.
10th Feb '17 11:22:22 AM AthenaBlue
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* AstronomicZoom: Begins with one, although thankfully they didn't reuse the one from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1 "Rose"]] again.

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* AstronomicZoom: Begins with one, although thankfully they didn't reuse the one from [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1 [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E1Rose "Rose"]] again.
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