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* HilariousOuttakes: The Capaldi era doesn't go in for releasing gag reels, but [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3t-pRunxKM this miscue]] from the filming of the raven attack scene was considered funny enough between Jenna Coleman's {{Adorkable}} reaction and Peter Capaldi's bird impersonation for the BBC to officially release it online right after the broadcast. No gag reel was ever released for Series 9, rendering this (and a couple of behind the scenes moments captured for other episodes) as one of the only outtakes of this nature circulated.

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* HilariousOuttakes: The Capaldi era doesn't go in for releasing gag reels, but [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_3t-pRunxKM this miscue]] from the filming of the raven attack scene was considered funny enough between Jenna Coleman's {{Adorkable}} reaction and Peter Capaldi's bird impersonation for the BBC to officially release it online right after the broadcast. No gag reel was ever released for Series 9, rendering this (and a couple of behind the scenes moments captured for other episodes) as one of the only outtakes of this nature circulated.


--> '''The Doctor:''' I'll bring UNIT, I'll bring the Zygons, give me a minute, I'll bring the Daleks and the Cybermen.

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--> '''The Doctor:''' I'll bring UNIT, I'll bring the Zygons, give me a minute, I'll bring get the Daleks and ''and'' the Cybermen.

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--> '''The Doctor:''' I'll bring UNIT, I'll bring the Zygons, give me a minute, I'll bring the Daleks and the Cybermen.


* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Clara's death scene resulted in complaints from parents who felt it was to disturbing for young viewers.

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* FamilyUnfriendlyDeath: Clara's death scene resulted in complaints from parents who felt it was to too disturbing for young viewers.


* BiTheWay: Clara/Jane Austen comes back, and she even says "I love her", telling Rigsy winkingly he can interpret that any way he likes.


* BatmanGambit: Ashildr (or, and more likely, the people behind her) engineered Rigsy's FrameUp to lure the Doctor to the Trap Street, because she knows he can't resist a mystery. It's all so she could deliver him to some unknown party. However it backfired -- because Clara took Ashildr's JerkassFacade at face value and took the deathlock off Rigsy, being confident Ashildr would never let her die, she unwittingly made it impossible to remove the deathlock and doomed herself needlessly.

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* BatmanGambit: Ashildr (or, and more likely, the people behind her) engineered Rigsy's FrameUp to lure the Doctor to the Trap Street, because she knows he can't resist a mystery. It's all so she could deliver him to some unknown party. However it backfired -- because Clara took Ashildr's JerkassFacade {{Jerkass}} facade at face value and took the deathlock off Rigsy, being confident Ashildr would never let her die, she unwittingly made it impossible to remove the deathlock and doomed herself needlessly.


** The Doctor's chilling threat to Ashildr at the end also counts: "You'll find that it's a very small universe when I'm angry with you."

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** The Doctor's chilling threat to Ashildr at the end also counts: "You'll find that [[YouCanRunButYouCantHide it's a very small universe universe]] when I'm angry with you."


** Clara tells the Doctor that she will accept her fate and die -- "and no one else will suffer." This is to talk him down from seeking {{Revenge}}. When he asks "What about me?" -- after all, he's not only losing his dearest friend but being sent to an unknown fate -- she says that she would do something about that if she could, but she can't and he'll just have to be strong. Thus she sees his suffering as a sadly necessary price to be paid for everyone else's well-being. (If she doesn't regret this later...she should.)

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** Clara tells the Doctor that she will accept her fate and die -- "and no one else will suffer." This is to talk him down from seeking {{Revenge}}. When he asks "What about me?" -- after all, he's not only losing his dearest friend the woman he loves but being sent to an unknown fate -- she says that she would do something about that if she could, but she can't and he'll just have to be strong. Thus she sees his suffering as a sadly necessary price to be paid for everyone else's well-being. (If she doesn't regret this later...she should.)



* TooHappyToLive: The Doctor and Clara spent the last two-plus seasons growing closer and closer to the point of being, at least, PlatonicLifePartners who found joy in traveling the universe, righting wrongs, and caring about each other; as this episode begins they've come back from their latest wacky adventure smiling and laughing. The entire remainder of Series 9 tears their happiness apart, but also plays with the trope in that, as previous episodes pointed out, they could never be happy forever anyway -- and unless they accept this sad reality, accept their codependence on each other as unhealthy, and move on to other people and adventures they'll never be the best people they can be.

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* TooHappyToLive: The Doctor and Clara spent the last two-plus seasons growing closer and closer to the point of being, at least, PlatonicLifePartners per the actors themselves, in an old-fashioned romance, who found joy in traveling the universe, righting wrongs, and caring about each other; as this episode begins they've come back from their latest wacky adventure smiling and laughing. The entire remainder of Series 9 tears their happiness apart, but also plays with the trope in that, as previous episodes pointed out, they could never be happy forever anyway -- and unless they accept this sad reality, accept their codependence on each other as unhealthy, and move on to other people and adventures they'll never be the best people they can be.


** Clara was seen on two occasions wearing a raven-shaped necklace, most recently in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E6TheWomanWhoLived The Woman Who Lived]]", but amazingly in her ''very first full episode'', "[[DoctorWhoS33E6TheBellsOfSaintJohn The Bells of Saint John]]". An earlier episode also established that her mother's maiden name was ''Raven''wood.

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** Clara was seen on two occasions wearing a raven-shaped necklace, most recently in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E6TheWomanWhoLived The Woman Who Lived]]", but amazingly in her ''very first full episode'', "[[DoctorWhoS33E6TheBellsOfSaintJohn "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E6TheBellsOfSaintJohn The Bells of Saint John]]". An earlier episode also established that her mother's maiden name was ''Raven''wood.


** Clara is fearless in her efforts to save Rigsy, even taking on his death sentence as part of her plan, sure that she'll be able to get it lifted. It helps her case that Rigsy was effectively her companion in "Flatline", where she had to be the Doctor for the day while he was trapped, and Rigsy calls ''her'' when he needs help now. Clara's not just a PluckyGirl, she's the Impossible Girl who survived the Doctor's own timestream and endured myriad perils and traumas with him. Clara can stand as the equal of the Doctor, down to his ChronicHeroSyndrome. And by the end of this episode, she is desperately whispering "Let me be brave..." as she faces her death, and goes to her grave fearing that her demise will turn her dearest friend and the greatest healer in the universe into a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds.[[spoiler: Cranked UpToEleven when viewed in concert with the later episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]", in which we discover that the Clara we see who faces the raven, screams and dies is an untold number of years older than the one who walked into the street, who has experienced untold adventures... yet something in her future makes her eventually decide to return to meet her death.]]

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** Clara is fearless in her efforts to save Rigsy, even taking on his death sentence as part of her plan, sure that she'll be able to get it lifted. It helps her case that Rigsy was effectively her companion in "Flatline", where she had to be the Doctor for the day while he was trapped, and Rigsy calls ''her'' when he needs help now. Clara's not just a PluckyGirl, she's the Impossible Girl who survived the Doctor's own timestream and endured myriad perils and traumas with him. Clara can stand as the equal of the Doctor, down to his ChronicHeroSyndrome. And by the end of this episode, she is desperately whispering "Let me be brave..." as she faces her death, and goes to her grave fearing that her demise will turn her dearest friend and the greatest healer in the universe into a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds.[[spoiler: Cranked UpToEleven when viewed in concert with the later episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]", in which we discover that the Clara we see who faces the raven, screams and dies is an untold number of years older than the one who walked into the street, who has experienced untold adventures... yet something in her future makes her eventually decide to return to meet her death.]]



** Acceptance: But '''only''' for Clara. [[spoiler: Tragically, because he's immediately sent off to the lonely, deadly world of the confession dial in the next episode, the Doctor ends up cycling through Anger and Depression for a long, long time to come. It ultimately drives him to Denial that there is no way he can ''safely'' save her, so in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" he tries Bargaining again... '''with the universe.''']]

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** Acceptance: But '''only''' for Clara. [[spoiler: Tragically, because he's immediately sent off to the lonely, deadly world of the confession dial in the next episode, the Doctor ends up cycling through Anger and Depression for a long, long time to come. It ultimately drives him to Denial that there is no way he can ''safely'' save her, so in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" he tries Bargaining again... '''with the universe.''']]'''



* HeartbrokenBadass: As Clara's final story sees her [[BreakTheCutie broken]], so too does it break the Doctor's hearts. She reminds him to keep to the mark, be a doctor, take care of others... but ''who will take care of him?'' All she can tell him to do is "Heal yourself." She doesn't tell him ''how'', [[spoiler: and in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" she'll learn that his way of doing so is ''not'' what she had in mind.]]

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* HeartbrokenBadass: As Clara's final story sees her [[BreakTheCutie broken]], so too does it break the Doctor's hearts. She reminds him to keep to the mark, be a doctor, take care of others... but ''who will take care of him?'' All she can tell him to do is "Heal yourself." She doesn't tell him ''how'', [[spoiler: and in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" she'll learn that his way of doing so is ''not'' what she had in mind.]]



** Clara takes Rigsy's death sentence on herself -- she thought they would find a way out of it, but in the end it's both this and a SenselessSacrifice. Worse, it's effectively incomplete: While she demands that the Doctor not take revenge, that "no one else, here or anywhere, will suffer" when she dies, he points out that '''he''' will suffer for her loss. All she can do is tell him to heal himself and be brave. [[spoiler: As it turns out, once he's DrivenToMadness in the next episode the only way he thinks he can heal himself -- by saving her from this death after the fact -- will risk the safety of the entire universe...]]

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** Clara takes Rigsy's death sentence on herself -- she thought they would find a way out of it, but in the end it's both this and a SenselessSacrifice. Worse, it's effectively incomplete: While she demands that the Doctor not take revenge, that "no one else, here or anywhere, will suffer" when she dies, he points out that '''he''' will suffer for her loss. All she can do is tell him to heal himself and be brave. [[spoiler: As it turns out, once he's DrivenToMadness in the next episode the only way he thinks he can heal himself -- by saving her from this death after the fact -- will risk the safety of the entire universe...]]



* ItsAllMyFault: The Doctor blames himself for not stopping Clara from becoming so much like him that she dared to risk her life to save Rigsy. ([[http://io9.com/doctor-who-this-was-all-the-doctor-s-fault-1744012457 io9's review of this episode]] also points out that he was responsible for making Ashildr immortal, so...) Rigsy isn't free of guilt either, feeling awful that his calling the Doctor for help and agreeing to pass on the tattoo has led to this. Clara defies this trope for both of them and shoulders the blame herself, nearly uttering the trope name, for taking such risks in spite of common sense. [[spoiler: (The next two episodes make it clear that the Doctor still blames himself as well as the schemers who trapped him for this disaster, and his desire to make amends will prove tragic.)]]

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* ItsAllMyFault: The Doctor blames himself for not stopping Clara from becoming so much like him that she dared to risk her life to save Rigsy. ([[http://io9.com/doctor-who-this-was-all-the-doctor-s-fault-1744012457 io9's review of this episode]] also points out that he was responsible for making Ashildr immortal, so...) Rigsy isn't free of guilt either, feeling awful that his calling the Doctor for help and agreeing to pass on the tattoo has led to this. Clara defies this trope for both of them and shoulders the blame herself, nearly uttering the trope name, for taking such risks in spite of common sense. [[spoiler: (The next two episodes make it clear that the Doctor still blames himself as well as the schemers who trapped him for this disaster, and his desire to make amends will prove tragic.)]])



* ThisIsUnforgivable: How the Doctor regards Ashildr's actions once they result -- accidentally or not -- in Clara's death; only Clara herself can stop him from dishing out punishment. [[spoiler: As noted above, he never does openly forgive her by the end of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]".]]

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* ThisIsUnforgivable: How the Doctor regards Ashildr's actions once they result -- accidentally or not -- in Clara's death; only Clara herself can stop him from dishing out punishment. [[spoiler: As noted above, he never does openly forgive her by the end of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]".]]


** Acceptance: But '''only''' for Clara. Tragically, because he's immediately sent off to the lonely, deadly world of the confession dial in the next episode, the Doctor ends up cycling through Anger and Depression for a long, long time to come. It ultimately drives him to Denial that there is no way he can ''safely'' save her, so in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" he tries Bargaining again... '''with the universe.'''

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** Acceptance: But '''only''' for Clara. [[spoiler: Tragically, because he's immediately sent off to the lonely, deadly world of the confession dial in the next episode, the Doctor ends up cycling through Anger and Depression for a long, long time to come. It ultimately drives him to Denial that there is no way he can ''safely'' save her, so in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" he tries Bargaining again... '''with the universe.'''''']]



** The Doctor and Clara watch an elderly husband and wife share a last, tearful goodbye before the former faces the raven for stealing medical supplies. The wife tries to convince him to confer the death sentence on her, but can't, and since it has to be given willingly by the bearer she can't take it herself. At the end of the episode, the Doctor and Clara are in a similar last goodbye situation. (This is probably why the Doctor doesn't volunteer to take the sentence upon himself: he knows Clara would ''never'' allow him to die in her place.)

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** The Doctor and Clara watch an elderly husband and wife share a last, tearful goodbye before the former faces the raven for stealing medical supplies. The wife tries to convince him to confer the death sentence on her, but can't, and since it has to be given willingly by the bearer she can't take it herself. At the end of the episode, the Doctor and Clara are in a similar last goodbye situation. (This is probably why the Doctor doesn't volunteer to take the sentence upon himself: he knows Clara would ''never'' allow him to die in her place. Although, since he reminds her that he can take more risks because ''he can regenerate'', that still doesn't add up.)



* HeartbrokenBadass: As Clara's final story sees her [[BreakTheCutie broken]], so too does it break the Doctor's hearts. She reminds him to keep to the mark, be a doctor, take care of others... but ''who will take care of him?'' All she can tell him to do is "Heal yourself." She doesn't tell him ''how'', and in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" she'll learn that his way of doing so is ''not'' what she had in mind.

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* HeartbrokenBadass: As Clara's final story sees her [[BreakTheCutie broken]], so too does it break the Doctor's hearts. She reminds him to keep to the mark, be a doctor, take care of others... but ''who will take care of him?'' All she can tell him to do is "Heal yourself." She doesn't tell him ''how'', [[spoiler: and in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]" she'll learn that his way of doing so is ''not'' what she had in mind.]]



** Clara takes Rigsy's death sentence on herself -- she thought they would find a way out of it, but in the end it's both this and a SenselessSacrifice. Worse, it's effectively incomplete: While she demands that the Doctor not take revenge, that "no one else, here or anywhere, will suffer" when she dies, he points out that '''he''' will suffer for her loss. All she can do is tell him to heal himself and be brave. As it turns out, once he's DrivenToMadness in the next episode the only way he thinks he can heal himself -- by saving her from this death after the fact -- will risk the safety of the entire universe...

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** Clara takes Rigsy's death sentence on herself -- she thought they would find a way out of it, but in the end it's both this and a SenselessSacrifice. Worse, it's effectively incomplete: While she demands that the Doctor not take revenge, that "no one else, here or anywhere, will suffer" when she dies, he points out that '''he''' will suffer for her loss. All she can do is tell him to heal himself and be brave. [[spoiler: As it turns out, once he's DrivenToMadness in the next episode the only way he thinks he can heal himself -- by saving her from this death after the fact -- will risk the safety of the entire universe...]]



* ItsAllMyFault: The Doctor blames himself for not stopping Clara from becoming so much like him that she dared to risk her life to save Rigsy. ([[http://io9.com/doctor-who-this-was-all-the-doctor-s-fault-1744012457 io9's review of this episode]] also points out that he was responsible for making Ashildr immortal, so...) Rigsy isn't free of guilt either, feeling awful that his calling the Doctor for help and agreeing to pass on the tattoo has led to this. Clara defies this trope for both of them and shoulders the blame herself, nearly uttering the trope name, for taking such risks in spite of common sense. (The next two episodes make it clear that the Doctor still blames himself as well as the schemers who trapped him for this disaster, and his desire to make amends will prove tragic.)

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* ItsAllMyFault: The Doctor blames himself for not stopping Clara from becoming so much like him that she dared to risk her life to save Rigsy. ([[http://io9.com/doctor-who-this-was-all-the-doctor-s-fault-1744012457 io9's review of this episode]] also points out that he was responsible for making Ashildr immortal, so...) Rigsy isn't free of guilt either, feeling awful that his calling the Doctor for help and agreeing to pass on the tattoo has led to this. Clara defies this trope for both of them and shoulders the blame herself, nearly uttering the trope name, for taking such risks in spite of common sense. [[spoiler: (The next two episodes make it clear that the Doctor still blames himself as well as the schemers who trapped him for this disaster, and his desire to make amends will prove tragic.))]]



* PowerfulAndHelpless: The Doctor has no means of removing the chronolock from Clara, nor can he destroy the quantum shade. He threatens a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Ashildr and the trap street if ''she'' can't undo it, declaring he'll call on all his allies and even his worst enemies to do so, but Ashildr is just as helpless -- and Clara doesn't want her mistake turning him into a villain who would slaughter innocent refugees in her name. In the end, he has no choice but to watch her die and be handed over to the party Ashildr made the bargain with. The Doctor spends the next two episodes desperate to find ''some'' way to escape his enemies and bring Clara back from the grave, but this trope continues to apply to him throughout.

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* PowerfulAndHelpless: The Doctor has no means of removing the chronolock from Clara, nor can he destroy the quantum shade. He threatens a RoaringRampageOfRevenge against Ashildr and the trap street if ''she'' can't undo it, declaring he'll call on all his allies and even his worst enemies to do so, but Ashildr is just as helpless -- and Clara doesn't want her mistake turning him into a villain who would slaughter innocent refugees in her name. In the end, he has no choice but to watch her die and be handed over to the party Ashildr made the bargain with. The Doctor spends the next two episodes desperate to find ''some'' way to escape his enemies and bring Clara back from the grave, but this trope continues to apply to him throughout.



* ThisIsUnforgivable: How the Doctor regards Ashildr's actions once they result -- accidentally or not -- in Clara's death; only Clara herself can stop him from dishing out punishment. As noted above, he never does openly forgive her by the end of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]".

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* ThisIsUnforgivable: How the Doctor regards Ashildr's actions once they result -- accidentally or not -- in Clara's death; only Clara herself can stop him from dishing out punishment. [[spoiler: As noted above, he never does openly forgive her by the end of "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]".]]


** Clara is fearless in her efforts to save Rigsy, even taking on his death sentence as part of her plan, sure that she'll be able to get it lifted. It helps her case that Rigsy was effectively her companion in "Flatline", where she had to be the Doctor for the day while he was trapped, and Rigsy calls ''her'' when he needs help now. Clara's not just a PluckyGirl, she's the Impossible Girl who survived the Doctor's own timestream and endured myriad perils and traumas with him. Clara can stand as the equal of the Doctor, down to his ChronicHeroSyndrome. And by the end of this episode, she is desperately whispering "Let me be brave..." as she faces her death, and goes to her grave fearing that her demise will turn her dearest friend and the greatest healer in the universe into a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. Cranked UpToEleven when viewed in concert with the later episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]", in which we discover that the Clara we see who faces the raven, screams and dies is an untold number of years older than the one who walked into the street, who has experienced untold adventures... yet something in her future makes her eventually decide to return to meet her death.

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** Clara is fearless in her efforts to save Rigsy, even taking on his death sentence as part of her plan, sure that she'll be able to get it lifted. It helps her case that Rigsy was effectively her companion in "Flatline", where she had to be the Doctor for the day while he was trapped, and Rigsy calls ''her'' when he needs help now. Clara's not just a PluckyGirl, she's the Impossible Girl who survived the Doctor's own timestream and endured myriad perils and traumas with him. Clara can stand as the equal of the Doctor, down to his ChronicHeroSyndrome. And by the end of this episode, she is desperately whispering "Let me be brave..." as she faces her death, and goes to her grave fearing that her demise will turn her dearest friend and the greatest healer in the universe into a WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds. [[spoiler: Cranked UpToEleven when viewed in concert with the later episode "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS35E12HellBent Hell Bent]]", in which we discover that the Clara we see who faces the raven, screams and dies is an untold number of years older than the one who walked into the street, who has experienced untold adventures... yet something in her future makes her eventually decide to return to meet her death.]]


-->'''Ashildr''': ''Peace on the street means one thing, break it and you face the raven.''



* DeaderThanDead: Though at least the outside of her body is intact, Clara's lifeforce/soul is ripped from her body by the raven. Thus, there's nothing anyone -- not even the Doctor -- can do to revive her; even the events of the finale episode do not actually change this fact.



* KilledOffForReal: Clara. The events of later episodes ''do not'' change this fact. This is a Fixed Point in time and so she cannot be truly revived.

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* KilledOffForReal: Clara. The Though at least the outside of her body is intact, Clara's lifeforce/soul is ripped from her body by the raven. Thus, there's nothing anyone -- not even the Doctor -- can do to revive her; even the events of later episodes ''do not'' the finale episode do not actually change this fact. fact because Clara is still technically dead (no heartbeat). This is a Fixed Point in time and so she cannot be truly revived.revived



* PeacefulInDeath: Clara.

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* PeacefulInDeath: Clara.Whatever the quantum shade did to Clara to kill her, she looked at peace afterward.



* StalkerShrine: According to Clara, there's a secret room inside the TARDIS where the Doctor collects information and references to Ashildr. He thinks Clara doesn't know about it. Borderline squicky when remembering that Ashildr is forever trapped looking like a teenager, so the dialogue quickly establishes that this is purely for surveillance purposes, given he created her immortal state.

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* StalkerShrine: According to Clara, there's a secret room inside the TARDIS where the Doctor collects information and references to Ashildr. He thinks Clara doesn't know about it. Borderline It is borderline squicky when remembering that Ashildr is forever trapped looking like a teenager, so the dialogue quickly establishes that this is purely for surveillance purposes, given he created her immortal state.



* StupidSacrifice: Ashildr all but utters the trope name when she realizes Clara has doomed herself. Clara also realizes her error and takes ownership of it.

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* StupidSacrifice: Ashildr all but utters the trope name when she realizes Clara has doomed herself.herself; she was going to remove the chronolock when she had what she wanted and so Rigsy was never in lethal danger. Clara also realizes her error and takes ownership of it.

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* TheNeedsOfTheMany: This episode shows the darker side of this trope.
** Ashildr/Me decides having the Doctor captured to have who-knows-what done to him by people she doesn't even know is worth it if it means the trap street is protected.
** Clara tells the Doctor that she will accept her fate and die -- "and no one else will suffer." This is to talk him down from seeking {{Revenge}}. When he asks "What about me?" -- after all, he's not only losing his dearest friend but being sent to an unknown fate -- she says that she would do something about that if she could, but she can't and he'll just have to be strong. Thus she sees his suffering as a sadly necessary price to be paid for everyone else's well-being. (If she doesn't regret this later...she should.)


* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: Sam Swift, from the last time Ashildr appeared. While the Doctor did say he didn't know if he was immortal or if the second Mire medical kit was used up, it's still odd that there's not so much as a single mention of him.

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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: WhatHappenedToTheMouse:
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Sam Swift, from the last time Ashildr appeared. While the Doctor did say he didn't know if he was immortal or if the second Mire medical kit was used up, it's still odd that there's not so much as a single mention of him.him.
** The Doctor saves Anah despite knowing he's walking into a trap, because Anahson "needs her mother". The two of them proceed to witness the horrible confrontation and revelations that follow involving him, Me, and Clara...''and do absolutely nothing for the remainder of the episode''. At least Rigsy ''cared'' about what became of the people who saved him and them.

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