Five additional scenes written and produced for "The Complete Sixth Series" boxset, which examine the question: what does the Doctor do at night, when his companions are asleep?They included "Bad Night", "Good Night", "First Night", "Last Night" and "Up All Night". "First Night" and "Last Night" comprise one two-part episode.The episodes resolve some of the plot threads set up in "Silence in the Library".Like "Space" and "Time", these minisodes are all Bottle Episodes, and the first four are also Minimalist Cast episodes.
Bad NightAmy answers the TARDIS phone one night, and gets the Prince of Wales on the line. She absently swats a fly while trying to figure out what's going on. The Doctor arrives shortly after, carrying a fish bowl and getting quite cross at Amy for touching his phone. As Amy tries to get through to the Doctor about the fact that she can't sleep, because she's been through a severe trauma for months now, the Doctor yells out to River (outside the TARDIS) about the fact that the fish is not, in fact, the Queen, but an ordinary fish. And the fly Amy killed was a man. He delegates Amy's emotional troubles to a very sleepy Rory while dashing out again.
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Good NightThe Doctor comes home from a party one night to find Amy waiting for him. She still can't sleep; there are two timelines in her head, one with her parents and one without, and she's been having a lot of trouble coping. She feels that the Doctor's human friends are just little blips in his life, and even Rory's Auton memories are flighty at best. The Doctor avoids actually reassuring her, instead hooking her up to the TARDIS telepathic link and having her look at her most painful memory of all. Which consists of her dropping an ice cream when she was little. As the TARDIS uncovers more of the memory for her, it changes to a nice red-headed lady in a nighty buying her a second ice cream. The Doctor takes her out to go do just that.
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First Night / Last NightThe Doctor and River have their very first date since their wedding, during her first night of imprisonment in Stormcage. While she changes into a dress he got her, a second River appears, who's been in Stormcage for five years. The Doctor tries to prevent them from meeting each other in order to prevent paradox. A third River walks in, wearing that same dress, followed by an older version of the Doctor. He's going to take her to see the Singing Towers of Darillium — he's been promising for ages. The Doctor remembers River saying that this was their last date before River's death in the Library, and with much sadness in his expression, he wishes his older self good luck. His older self wishes him good luck with their first date as well, and the youngest River happily dashes into the control room again after the older two have gone.
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Up All NightSophie prepares to leave for the weekend, and Craig is worried about whether or not he'll be able to take care of Alfie.
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