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This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was traveling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.

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This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was traveling travelling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.



This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was traveling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.

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This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was traveling travelling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.


One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods Rain Gods]]" and "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis Clara and the TARDIS]]".

This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was travelling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.

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One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods Rain Gods]]" and "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis Clara and the TARDIS]]".

This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was travelling traveling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.



End result: the guardian of this database finds his records being breached, and upon investigation, triggers a recording from the Doctor (in his tweed ensemble, meaning this is pre-[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan dePondification]]). [[DoctorWhoS29E10Blink Accurately predicting the guard's every response despite being just a message]], the Doctor explains that he is removing all Doctor-related data from the Inforarium. The guard asserts that it is impossible to erase anything from the Inforarium, something about 12 layers of reality that not even the message-Doctor cares to respond to. What he ''does'' say is that thanks to reverse-engineered [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E1TheImpossibleAstronaut Silence]] tech, he can render his information [[LaserGuidedAmnesia memory-proof]].

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End result: the guardian of this database finds his records being breached, and upon investigation, triggers a recording from the Doctor (in his tweed ensemble, meaning this is pre-[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan dePondification]]). [[DoctorWhoS29E10Blink [[Recap/DoctorWhoS29E10Blink Accurately predicting the guard's every response despite being just a message]], the Doctor explains that he is removing all Doctor-related data from the Inforarium. The guard asserts that it is impossible to erase anything from the Inforarium, something about 12 layers of reality that not even the message-Doctor cares to respond to. What he ''does'' say is that thanks to reverse-engineered [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E1TheImpossibleAstronaut Silence]] tech, he can render his information [[LaserGuidedAmnesia memory-proof]].



One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods Rain Gods]]" and "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis Clara and the TARDIS]]".

This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was travelling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.

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One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods Rain Gods]]" and "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis Clara and the TARDIS]]".

This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was travelling traveling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.


The one stuck on an endless repeat.

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The one [[BrokenRecord stuck on an endless repeat.
repeat.]]



The one stuck on an endless repeat.

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The one [[BrokenRecord stuck on an endless repeat.
repeat.]]


''"Who the hell are you?"''

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''"Who ->''"Who the hell are you?"''



''"Who the hell are you?"''

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''"Who ->''"Who the hell are you?"''

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''"Who the hell are you?"''
-->-- A {{Jerkass}} '''Inforarium guard''' [[PhraseCatcher meets the Doctor...]] for the umpteenth time.


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''"Who the hell are you?"''
-->-- A {{Jerkass}} '''Inforarium guard''' [[PhraseCatcher meets the Doctor...]] for the umpteenth time.

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The one stuck on an endless repeat.


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The one stuck on an endless repeat.


One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with [[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "Rain Gods"]] and [[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara and the TARDIS"]].

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One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with [[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "Rain Gods"]] "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods Rain Gods]]" and [[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis Clara and the TARDIS"]].TARDIS]]".



* {{Prequel}}: Set before [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]].

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* {{Prequel}}: Set before [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan The Angels Take Manhattan"]].Manhattan]]".



One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with [[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "Rain Gods"]] and [[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara and the TARDIS"]].

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One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with [[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "Rain Gods"]] "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods Rain Gods]]" and [[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara "[[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis Clara and the TARDIS"]].
TARDIS]]".


* AmnesiaLoop: The guardian of the Inforarium is stuck in one, checking his database and the Doctor's message over and over again. Fortunately, it should break when he goes to, say, the bathroom.



* GroundhogDayLoop: The Doctor seems to have trapped the guardian of the Inforarium in something like this, checking his database and the Doctor's message over and over again. Fortunately, it's just the result of forgetting his conversation with the Doctor's message, so it should break when he goes to, say, the bathroom.


The eponymous archive is an illicit GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, selling secrets to any unsavory characters that would pay. Secrets including the Doctor. The same one [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong trying]] to [[UnPerson erase himself]] from history.

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The eponymous archive is an illicit GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, selling secrets to any unsavory unsavoury characters that would pay. Secrets including the Doctor. The same one [[Recap/DoctorWhoS32E13TheWeddingOfRiverSong trying]] to [[UnPerson erase himself]] from history.



The eponymous archive is an illicit GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, [[GroundhogDayLoop selling secrets to any unsavory characters that would pay...]]

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The eponymous archive is an illicit GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, [[GroundhogDayLoop selling secrets to any unsavory unsavoury characters that would pay...]]



* GreatBigLibraryOfEverything
* UnPerson: The Doctor. The Inforarium threatens this, so he deals with it.



* {{Prequel}}: Set before [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]].

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* {{Prequel}}: Set before [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]].GreatBigLibraryOfEverything: The Whoniverse is big enough for two -- although the Inforarium is somewhat shadier than [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E8SilenceInTheLibrary the Library]].



* InformationBroker: The Inforarium will sell information to anyone who can pay.



* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat

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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat
{{Prequel}}: Set before [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E5TheAngelsTakeManhattan "The Angels Take Manhattan"]].
* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat: Because you're stuck in a forgetting loop.
* UnPerson: The Doctor. The Inforarium threatens this, so he deals with it.


[[caption-width-right:350:"How quickly they forget."]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"How [[caption-width-right:350:''"How quickly they forget."]]
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[[caption-width-right:350:"How quickly they forget."]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:"How [[caption-width-right:350:''"How quickly they forget."]]
"'']]



[[OverlyLongGag Did you catch yourself]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle rereading the page?]]


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[[OverlyLongGag Did you catch yourself]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle rereading the page?]]

page?]]


The eponymous archive is an illicit GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, [[BrokenRecord selling secrets to any unsavory characters that would pay...]]

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The eponymous archive is an illicit GreatBigLibraryOfEverything, [[BrokenRecord [[GroundhogDayLoop selling secrets to any unsavory characters that would pay...]]



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* TheTapeKnewYouWouldSayThat


As you can see by the tweed clothes, he has yet to endure the events of the Series 7A finale and go through his expository costume change.

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As you can see by the tweed clothes, he has yet to endure the events of the Series 7A finale and go through his expository costume change.
change.

[[OverlyLongGag Did you catch yourself]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle rereading the page?]]



As you can see by the tweed clothes, he has yet to endure the events of the Series 7A finale and go through his expository costume change.

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As you can see by the tweed clothes, he has yet to endure the events of the Series 7A finale and go through his expository costume change.


[[OverlyLongGag Did you catch yourself rereading the page?]]


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[[OverlyLongGag Did you catch yourself yourself]] [[SelfDemonstratingArticle rereading the page?]]



One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with [[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "Rain Gods"]] and [[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara and the TARDIS"]].

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One of the three minisodes released with the Series 7 DVD, along with [[DoctorWhoS33ShortRainGods "Rain Gods"]] and [[DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara and the TARDIS"]].
TARDIS"]].

This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was travelling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.

As you can see by the tweed clothes, he has yet to endure the events of the Series 7A finale and go through his expository costume change.


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This one is set during that lull when the Doctor was travelling alone, and explains to some extent how he was erasing himself from existence.

As you can see by the tweed clothes, he has yet to endure the events of the Series 7A finale and go through his expository costume change.

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