31 October 2011

Quotes from "Fear her"

Today you'll get some quotes from the episode "Fear her".

Rose: So, near future, yeah?
The Doctor: I had a passing fancy. Only it didn't pass, it stopped.

The Doctor: (describing the Olympics) It only seems like yesterday, a few naked Greek blokes were tossing a discus about, wrestling with each other in the sand and the crowd stood around... no, wait a minute, that was Club Med.

The Doctor: In those days, everyone had a Tea Party to go to! They had those little cakes, with the crunchy ball bearings on top. You know those, those things? Nobody else in the galaxy has ever bothered to make edible ball bearings! Genius!

The Doctor: Ha... tickles
Tom's Dad: What's your game?
The Doctor: My um ... Snakes and Ladders ... quite good at squash... I-I'm being facetious. There's no call for it.

Chloe: (to her drawings) I’ve given you friends and you still moan. Moan, moan, moan. You’re lucky. You’re all together. You don’t know what it is to be alone. If you did, you’d be thanking me

The Doctor: Get out of here!
Rose: What's it say?
The Doctor: It is. It's graphite. Basically the same material as an HB pencil.
Rose: I was attacked by a... pencil scribble?

Rose: The girl!
The Doctor: Of course!...What girl?

The Doctor: Hello! I'm the Doctor and this is Rose. Can we see your daughter?
Trish: No, you can't.
The Doctor: Okay, bye.

Rose: Have you seen those drawings move?
Trish: I haven’t seen anything!
The Doctor: Yes, you have. Out the corner of your eye.
Trish: No.
The Doctor: And you dismissed it. Because what choice do you have, when you see something you can’t possibly explain? You dismiss it, right? And if anyone mentions it, you get angry. So it’s never spoken of ever again.
Trish: She’s a child.
The Doctor: And you’re terrified of her. And there’s no one to turn to. 'Cause who’s going to believe what you see out of the corner of your eye? No one. Except me.
Trish: Who are you?
The Doctor: I'm help.

The Doctor: I can't stress this enough. Ball-bearings you can eat. Masterpiece!

Rose: You know what? They keep on trying to split us up, but they never ever will.
The Doctor: Never say "never ever."
Rose: Nah, we'll always be okay, you and me. Don't you reckon, Doctor?
The Doctor: Something in the air. Something coming.
Rose: What?
The Doctor: A storm's approaching.

29 October 2011

Do you remember..?

Do you remember the episode "Fear her" from series 2 where Ten and Rose were still together?
I have to think about it quite a lot lately because it plays in 2012, which is coming closer and closer, and in this episode the Doctor light the Olympic flame.
How cool would it be if this would happen in reality?
It had to be David Tennant as Ten and not Matt Smith as Eleven who would do this and it would be so great. I don't know if there are more people than me who would think it would be amazing to watch. Normally, it's only guys from sorts who light the flame but couldn't the make an exception.
Do you think it's possible to make a petition for it? But I really have no idea who is responsible for all the organization and who decides who lights the flame.
Just leave me a comment if you think it would be cool that David Tennant as Ten lights the Olympic flame.

28 October 2011

Happy Birthday, Matt!

Matt Smith turns 29 today. We all know him as the current Doctor in Doctor Who or as everybody calls him: Eleven.
So Happy Birthday Matt!

Torchwood video

Today I have a funny Torchwood video for you. It's in the style of the TV show "Friends". I hope you'll like it, too.

26 October 2011

"You'll be in my heart" Ten/Rose Wallpaper

I have a new wallpaper for you today. This one is with the Tenth Doctor and Rose. I hope you'll like it.

24 October 2011

Quotes from "Love & Monsters"

It's Monday and you get some new quotes. This time, they are from the episode "Love & Monsters".

Elton Pope: That's what it did. It went "Rawwrr"! And if you think that was the most exciting day of my life, wait till you hear the rest. Oh boy.

The Doctor: (talking to the Hoix) Here boy! Eat the food! Come on! Look at the lovely food! Isn't that nice? Isn't it? Yes it is... (to Elton) Get out of here quickly - (to the Hoix) that's a boy how'd-ya-like-a-porky-choppy-then... I said run!
(Rose runs in with a blue bucket)
Rose: Aaaaahhh!!!!!
The Doctor: Wrong one! You made it worse!
Rose: You said blue!
The Doctor: I said not blue!

Elton Pope: That wasn't the first time I met the Doctor, and it certainly wasn't the last. Oh no. I just put that at the beginning because it's a brilliant opening.

Ursula Blake: His name is the Doctor.
Elton Pope: Doctor what?
Ursula Blake: That's all anyone knows.

Elton Pope: And so it began. The impossible task. To scour the mean streets, to search a major capital city for an unknown girl. To hunt down that face in a seething metropolis of lost souls. To find that one girl in ten million.
(first person he shows Rose's photo to)
Mrs. Croot: Oh, that’s Rose Tyler. She lives just down there. Butland House, number forty-seven. Her mum’s Jackie Tyler. Nice family. Bit odd.

Elton Pope: (voiceover) I’d been trained for this. Victor Kennedy’s classes covered basic surveillance and espionage. Step one: engage your target. Find some excuse to start a conversation. But how was I going to do this? How?
Jackie Tyler: Excuse me, love. You couldn’t give us a quid for two fifties, could you?
Elton Pope: Yeah, I’ll just, uh...
Jackie Tyler: Oh, lovely, cheers.
Elton Pope: (voiceover) Step Two: without provoking suspicion, get on first-name terms with the target.
Jackie Tyler: My name’s Jackie, by the way.
Elton Pope: I’m Elton.
Jackie Tyler: Oh, you don’t meet many Eltons, do you? Apart from the obvious. (laughs)
Elton Pope: (voiceover) Step Three; ingratiate yourself with a joke or some humorous device.
Jackie Tyler: I tell you what, Elton, here we are, complete strangers, and I’m flashing you my knickers. (laughs)
Elton Pope: (voiceover) Step Four: find some subtle way to integrate yourself into the target’s household.
Jackie Tyler: Mind you, I’m only down here 'cos my washing machine’s knackered. I don’t suppose you’re any good at fixing things, are you?

Jackie Tyler: I went in your coat. For once in my life I thought, ‘I’ll pay’. I thought, ‘he’s such a nice man, he won’t accept anything, so I’ll just slip a tenner in his pocket’. And look what I found. A photograph of my daughter.
Elton Pope: No, no, no, it’s not like that. I can explain.
Jackie Tyler: I bet you can.
Elton Pope: I wasn’t being pervy or anything. I wasn’t after her. I was looking for the Doctor.
Jackie Tyler: Oh, I know that. I worked that out. 'cos it’s never me, is it?
Elton Pope: No but that’s how it started. But I changed my mind…
Jackie Tyler: Let me tell you something about those who get left behind. Because it’s hard. And that’s what you become. Hard. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that I will never let her down. And I’ll protect them both until the end of my life. So whatever you want, I’m warning you… back off.

Rose: You upset my mum.
Elton Pope: <em>(indicates the Abzorbaloff)</em> Great big absorbing creature from outer space, and you're having a go at me?
Rose: No-one upsets my mum!

Rose: Is it me or is he a bit...Slitheen?
The Doctor: Are you from Raxacoricofallapatorius?
The Abzorbaloff: No, I'm not! They're swine, I spit on them! I'm from the twin planet.
The Doctor: Really? What's the twin planet of Raxacoricofallapatorius?
The Abzorbaloff: Clom!
The Doctor: Clom?
The Abzorbaloff: Clom, yes.

The Abzorbaloff: You’ll surrender yourself to me, Doctor. Or this one dies. You see, I’ve read about you, Doctor. I’ve studied you. So passionate. So sweet. You wouldn’t let an innocent man die. And I’ll absorb him unless you give yourself to me.
The Doctor: Sweet, maybe. Passionate, I suppose. But don’t ever mistake that for nice. Do what you want.

Elton: But the thing is ... but what I wanted to say is, you know when you're a kid, they tell you it's all "Grow up, get a job, get married, get a house, have a kid" and that's it. Nah. The truth is the world is so much stranger than that. It's so much darker. And so much madder. And so much better.

23 October 2011


We have a quite Who-less period in front of us, which is the reason why I probably won't post something every day now.
You'll still get quotes, Fan art and videos once a week but it gets a bit boring when I post it more often than that. So you have to hope that the inspiration strikes me and I write about some Doctor Who related theme. I really have to buy some Doctor Who DVDs, so I can review some of the older episodes. Well, Christmas is already near.
I really hope they won't wait with new Who episodes until the end of 2012. At the moment we only have the Christmas special to look forward to. Maybe they make another one for Easter?
Oh well, we will see.

22 October 2011

Never let go

Today I have a Doctor/Rose video for you, which is really great. It was made by Dawnofthedusk.

21 October 2011

More T-Shirt designs

I have two new T-Shirt designs for you instead of Fan Art. 
The first one is Sarah Jane's famous sentence "Mr Smith I need you!". Well, you could probably also use this when you want to get the attention of Matt Smith. ;)
The second is called "Have you seen this man?" and asks the Doctor to return the Sonic Screwdriver of the wearer. 

20 October 2011

Quotes from "The Satan Pit"

Today you get some quotes from the episode "The Satan Pit", which is the second part of a two-parter.

Ida Scott: We should go down. I’d go. What about you?
The Doctor: Oh, oh… in a second. But then again… That is so human. Where angels fear to tread. Even now, standing on the edge. It’s that feeling you get, yeah? Right at the back of your head. That impulse. That strange little impulse. That mad little voice saying "Go on. Go on. Go on. Go over. Go on." Maybe it’s relying on that… For once in my life, Officer Scott, I’m going to say… retreat.(considers) Now I know I’m getting old.

The Doctor: What, then, you're the truth behind the myth?
The Beast: This one knows me, as I know him. The killer of his own kind.

The Doctor: How did you end up on this rock?
The Beast: The disciples of the light rose up against me and chained me in the pit for all eternity.
The Doctor: When was this?
The Beast: Before time.
The Doctor: What does that mean?
The Beast: Before time.
The Doctor: What does "before time" mean?
The Beast: Before time and light and space and matter. Before the cataclysm. Before this universe was created.
The Doctor: That’s impossible. No life could have existed back then.
The Beast: Is that your religion?
The Doctor: It’s a belief.

The Beast: You know nothing. All of you. So small. The captain, so scared of command. The soldier, haunted by the eyes of his wife. The scientist, still running from Daddy. The little boy who lied. The virgin. (referring to Rose) And the lost girl, so far away from home. The valiant child who will die in battle so very soon...

The Doctor: If you want to listen to voices in the dark, then listen to mine.

Rose: (behind Danny) Not your best angle, Danny.
Danny Bartock: Oi! Stop it!
Toby Zed: (behind Rose) Could be worse.
Rose: Oi!

The Doctor: (to the Beast) I accept that you exist. I don’t have to accept what you are. But your physical existence, I give you that.

(contemplating the Beast's plan to stop him at the cost of Rose's life)
The Doctor: If I kill you, I kill her. Except that implies, in this big grand scheme of gods and devils, that she’s just a victim. But I’ve seen a lot of this universe. I’ve seen fake gods and bad gods and demigods and would-be gods. And out of all that, out of that whole pantheon, if I believe in one thing, just one thing… I believe in her.

Ida Scott: Hang on though, Doctor. You never really said. You two. Who are you?
The Doctor: Oh…the stuff of legend.

19 October 2011

SJA: The Man Who Never Was, Part 2

This is it. The last episode of "The Sarah Jane Adventures".

Sarah Jane, Luke and Sky are captured after they find out that Mr Serf is a hologram, which is operated by aliens. The aliens are slaves and are punished when they don't do what they should. Rani and Clyde sneak into the launch of the computer and can get the punishment pen but loose it again shortly afterwards. Mr Smith call for help for the aliens and in the end the can be rescued.

The second part of this episode was great too and I really liked the scene when Sky and Luke controlled the hologram. The alien were cute as well and they weren't bad, which you thought after the first part. It is really sad that the series is over now but it wouldn't have worked without Elisabeth Sladen and I'm glad that they haven't tried to do it without her. I really liked that they showed scenes from the whole series at the end of this episode to get a nice ending and they had a scene with David Tennant too. We will miss you Liz!
You can watch the episode online.
The Man Who Never Was, Part 2

18 October 2011

"The Man Who Never Was, Part 2" Trailer

And here is the trailer for the final episode of "The Sarah Jane Adventures".

SJA: The Man Who Never Was, Part 1

That was a fun episode but at the same time it's sad because it's nearly the last one.

Luke comes home from university and he and Sky meet for the first time. Sarah Jane is invited to a rehearsal of the launch of a new computer and takes Luke and Sky with her. Both see a glitch in the man who invented it and so Sarah Jane tries to get an interview with Mr Serf to find out what he is. During her interview she tries to touch him but he is a hologram. Sky and Luke go into the cellar of the building and find out that he is operated by aliens.

I really like this episode and it was nice to see how Sky and Luke reacted during their first meeting. Poor Rani and Clyde had to stay home while the family was out to investigate but that's not bad because we had the Clyde episode last week. I hope we get to know more about the aliens and if this other guy is an alien too or just a human who uses the aliens for his purpose. Well, I will know soon.
You can watch the episode online here.
The Man Who Never Was, Part 1

17 October 2011

"The Man Who Never Was, Part 1" Trailer

The end of the Sarah Jane Adventures comes closer and here is the trailer for the episode "The Man Who Never Was".

15 October 2011

Happy Birthday, Katy Manning!

Today is the birthday of Katy Manning, an English actress, who played the role of the companion Jo Grant. She appeared once again in her role as Jo Grant in the Sarah Jane Adventures. Katy also played in different theatres.
Happy Birthday, Katy.

"Written in the Stars" Video

Here is another Amy/Eleven video, which I really like. It's called "Written in the Stars" and was made by xdarkwizardcatcher09. I hope you like it.

14 October 2011

"River Song" T-Shirt

I don't have a new Fan Art this week, so you'll get a t-shirt design to look at instead. I really liked this of River Song. You can buy it on RedBubble if you like it.

13 October 2011

Quotes from "The Impossible Planet"

It's time for some quotes again and today you'll get some from the episode "The Impossible Planet".

Rose: if you think there's gonna be trouble, we could always get back inside and go somewhere else.
(she and the Doctor laugh hysterically)

The Doctor: A black hole is a dead star. It collapses in on itself. In, in, in, in, in, until the matter’s so dense and tight, it starts to pull everything else in too. Nothing in the universe can escape it. Light, gravity, time. Everything just gets pulled inside and crushed.
So they can’t be in orbit. We should be pulled right in.
The Doctor: We should be dead.
Ida Scott: And yet… here we are. Beyond the laws of physics. Welcome on board.

The Doctor: There we go! D'you see? To generate that gravity field, and the funnel, you need a power source with an inverted self-extrapolating reflex of six to the power of six every six seconds.
Rose: That's all the sixes.
The Doctor: And, it's impossible.
Zachary Cross Flane: It took us two years to work that out.
The Doctor: I'm very good.

The Ood: The Beast and his armies shall rise from the pit to make war against God.
Rose: I'm sorry?
The Ood: Apologies. I said I hope you enjoy your meal.

Rose: Don't forget to breathe! Breathing's good.

Ida Scott: We’ve come this far. There’s no turning back.
The Doctor: Oh, did you have to? "No turning back"? That’s almost as bad as "nothing could possibly go wrong" or "this is going to be the best Christmas Walford’s ever had".

12 October 2011

SJA: The Curse of Clyde Langer, Part 2

I was right, that the curse has no effect on Sky. Luckily.

Clyde meets Ellie who lives on the street. She is the only one who helps him and shows him save places to sleep or where he gets something to eat. Sky tries everything to find out why everyone suddenly hates Clyde and she finds out that it is because of his name. The totem pole is something alien and only Clyde can help them to destroy it.

I liked the second part of this episode because it also showed something of real life. People living on the streets are normally nothing the people like to talk about. Here the people probably where all actors but they have shown it at least. So, Clyde activated the totem pole when he got the splinter and I guess we don't really want to know what would have happened if the gang wouldn't have been able to stop what ever was in this pole. Maybe Sky is too much an alien that she wasn't effected by the curse. It would have been nice if Clyde had found Ellie again.
If you want to watch the episode online, you can do that here.
The Curse of Clyde Langer, Part 2

11 October 2011

The Curse of Clyde Langer, Part 2 Trailer

And here is the trailer for the second part of the episode "The Curse of Clyde Langer".

SJA: The Curse of Clyde Langer, Part 1

Poor Clyde. That's really not fair what happened to him.

When Sky and Sarah Jane sit in Haresh's office in the school it suddenly starts to rain fish. The gang finds out that there are some totem poles in the museum and investigate them. Sarah Jane can't detect anything alien but Clyde touches the statue and gets a splinter in his finger. The next day, everyone turns against Clyde when they say his name and Clyde think he is cursed. He has nowhere to go to.

I don't know if this is a curse or if it's something alien but I feel a bit sorry for Clyde. He can be annoying from time to time but he hasn't deserved this. Sky seems to be the only one who isn't affected by the curse and I hope she will help Clyde to make everything right again. I liked the part with the fish raining from the sky. I hope they haven't killed innocent fish for that.
You can watch the episode online here.
The Curse of Clyde Langer, Part 1

10 October 2011

The Curse of Clyde Langer, Part 1 Trailer

Today I have the trailer for the next Sarah Jane Adventures episode "The Curse of Clyde Langer" for you. Looks interesting. Have fun watching the episode today.

09 October 2011

The Scales of Injustice by Gary Russell

"The Scales of Injustice" by Gary Russell is my third Doctor Who novel, which features the Third Doctor, Liz Shaw and UNIT.
The Brigadier gets news about strange deaths in a small village, a small boy missing and a police woman who draws pictures like the ancestors of the humans. The Silurans seem to be back and the Doctor is captured by them, when he investigates alone. There is a sub-department of C19, which collects all things alien in the Vault but nobody really knows about them or knows what they are planning. They want to capture a Silurian for there experiments. Liz Shaw helps them unknowingly and is captured like the Doctor. Can the Doctor and Liz help the Silurians to survive and avoid a war?
The book wasn't bad but I didn't think it was really exciting. It reminded me a lot of the episode "The Hungry Earth" with the Eleventh Doctor. This book added something to my Doctor Who knowledge about the "older" Doctors but I guess you always have to see yourself how the books fit into the events of the TV show. I liked the fact that the Brigadier was in the book and that the Doctor can't travel anywhere because his Tardis is damaged. That's a bit of a change because I only know him with a working Tardis.
If you want to read the book you can download it here for free in different formats.
The Scales of Injustice

08 October 2011

"I'd come for you" Amy/Eleven Video

Today I have a nice Amy/Eleven video for you, which was made by Liisakee, and has the title "I'd come for you". Enjoy it.

06 October 2011

Quotes from "The Idiot's Lantern"

Alright, now it is time for some quotes again. Today, they are from the episode "The Idiot's Lantern".

Grandma Connolly: I heard it rots your brains... rots them into soup and your brains come pouring out your ears... that's what television does.

Mr. Magpie: I finished it. As you instructed.
The Wire: That’s awfully good of you, Mr. Magpie.
Mr. Magpie: Say you’ll go soon. Leave me.
The Wire: We’ll see. If you’re a very good boy.
Mr. Magpie: Please. You’re burning me. Inside. Behind my eyes. It hurts. Even my memories hurt. I just want things back like they used to be.
The Wire: But this world of yours is busy, busy, busy. Forging ahead into a brand new age. You can never go back. That’s your tragedy. But now… the time is almost ripe, Magpie. Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Or lady.

Rose: That's the Union Flag. It's the Union Jack only when it's flown at sea.
Eddie Connolly: Oh. Oh, I'm sorry, miss. I do apologize.
Rose: Well, don't get it wrong again. There's a good man. Now get to it!

Eddie Connolly: I am talking!
The Doctor: And I'm not listening!

Rose: And as for you, Mr.Connolly, only an idiot hangs the Union flag upside down. Shame on you!

Detective Inspector Bishop: Start from the beginning, tell me everything you know.
The Doctor: Well, for starters, I know you can't wrap your hand around your elbows and make your fingers meet.

The Doctor: The thing is, Detective Inspector Bishop...
Detective Inspector Bishop: How do you know my name?
The Doctor: It's written inside your collar.

The Doctor: They did what?
Detective Inspector Bishop: I'm sorry?
The Doctor: They left her where?
Detective Inspector Bishop: Just... in the street.
The Doctor: In the street. They left her in the street. They took her face and just chucked her out and left her in the street. And as a result, that makes things simple. Very, very simple. You know why?
Detective Inspector Bishop: No.
The Doctor: Because now, Detective Inspector Bishop, there is no power on this Earth that can stop me. Come on.

The Doctor: It's never too late, as a wise person once said. Kylie, I think.

(The Doctor and Tommy are running past a policeman)
Policeman: Wait, where do you think you're...
(The Doctor shows him the psychic paper but does not stop running)
Policeman: Oh, very sorry, sir. Shouldn't you be at the coronation?
The Doctor: They're saving me a seat.
Tommy: Who did he think you were?
The Doctor: The King of Belgium, apparently.

The Doctor: (to Tommy) I think I just invented the home video, thirty years early. Betamax.

Rose: (referring to the Wire) That thing, is it trapped for good on video?
The Doctor: That's right. But just to be on the safe side, though, I'll use my unrivaled knowledge of trans-temporal extrapolation methods to neutralise the residual electronic pattern.
Rose: You'll what?
The Doctor: I'm gonna tape over it.
Rose: Just leave it to me. I'm always doing that.

05 October 2011

SJA: Sky, Part 2

I really liked the second part of "Sky" and Sarah Jane's "collection" of alien kids.

Sky transformed into a teenager and Sarah Jane and the gang find out that she was constructed as a bomb to destroy the metalkind. Sarah Jane wants to talk to Sky's mother about disarming her, so they go back to the power plant. The other woman doesn't want to do this and calls the metalkind to earth. Sky wants to save Sarah Jane and earth and the only way she can do it, is to use her powers. Rani and Clyde manage to shut down the power plant on time and the portal closes. Sky is now a relatively normal child and wants to stay with Sarah Jane.

A nice ending for the episode but I wonder if we would have heard more of the metalkind if more episodes could have been made. Well, we never really know now. It's funny to watch the others who have to teach Sky all the things she doesn't know because technically she is still a baby. The strange shopkeeper appeared again at the end of the episode and I really have no idea who he is. He must be an alien but why does he call the parrot Captain? It would be fun to see him meeting the Doctor. I don't have a lot more to say to this episode, so I will finish now and wait for next weeks episode, which looks exiting.
You can watch the episode online here.
Sky, Part 2

04 October 2011

Happy Birthday, Daniel Anthony!

Today is the birthday of Daniel Anthony, best known as the actor of Clyde Langer in "The Sarah Jane Adventures".
He played different roles in several TV shows but he also appeared on stage in musicals and he works as a voice actor as well.
Happy Birthday, Daniel!

Sky, Part 2 Trailer

And here is the "Next time" trailer for the second part of the episode "Sky".

SJA: Sky, Part 1

So these are the last episodes of the Sarah Jane Adventures and it is somehow bitter sweet to see Elisabeth Sladen in her role as Sarah Jane again.

Luke is still at the university and Sarah Jane feels a bit alone at home until one night someone leaves a baby on her doorstep. She soon finds out that the baby is not from earth because it blows up everything that is electronic, when it cries. Sarah Jane names her Sky. While Clyde watches her, Sarah Jane and Rani investigate an asteroid impact but they find a witness who tells them about a metal man who fell from the sky. Clyde is attacked by this metal man and is saved by Sky's mother who brings him and the baby to a nuclear power plant. Is she really Sky's mother or is the little girl a weapon in a war?

I really enjoy the episodes of "The Sarah Jane Adventures" even if they are made for children. Sarah Jane seems to attract children from out of space but Sky's story is not the same as Luke's. I will really miss the acting of Liz but we can always go back and see her on Doctor Who or SJA. I think this episode was a nice start for a new series and I'm looking forward to the second part of Sky.
You can watch the episode online here.
Sky, Part 1

03 October 2011

Sky Trailer

No new quotes today because the last series of "The Sarah Jane Adventures" airs this afternoon. And here is the trailer for you.

02 October 2011

Series 6 Episode 13: The Wedding of River Song

He did it! He really did it! Clever man. Brilliant! I just wanted to say, thank you Steven Moffat for this episode, at the beginning of my review. If you haven't watched the episode yet, please stop reading now.

We are in a strange London where different times seem to be mixed. Then there is Winston Churchill, the Emperor, who wants to know why it is always the same time and date. They bring him a prisoner who should explain everything to him and the prisoner is the Doctor dressed as a Roman. He tells Winston why the time has stopped and the reason is, that River hasn't killed him in Utah and they are now in a different time stream where all of history happens at once. The Silence is hunting him but he is saved by Amy who can remember everything, despite being in an alternative timeline. She brings him to Egypt where they have trapped the Silence and worked on a plan to save him. The Silence escape and the Doctor knows the only thing that can heal time is his death. He marries River and then she kills him. Time starts again and my is visited by River who tells her some spoilers about the Doctor. 

That was a really brilliant episode. It has answered a lot of questions but there are still more, which need to be answered. I always thought River had killed a Ganger Doctor but now it was this alien suit thing, which had the appearance of the Doctor. So, River hasn't really killed the Doctor but she is in prison to convince the Silence that she has killed him, so they don't hunt him down anymore. That is probably the reason why it's always so easy for her to escape from prison. We will probably see more of the Silence then, when the time of the first question comes closer and what else could be the most important question in the world, than who the Doctor really is. It is still unclear what the Doctor whispered into River's ear. I don't think that the only thing he told her, is that she wouldn't kill him. There has to be more. I liked the explanation for the eye patches, really good. Finally, I can say that "The Wedding of River Song" was a brilliant series finale, thanks again Mr. Moffat, and I'm already looking forward to the Christmas Special.
You can watch the episode online here.
The Wedding of River Song

01 October 2011

The Wedding of River Song Trailer

Today will be the last Doctor Who episode of this year (when you exclude the Christmas special) and we don't know exactly when the BBC will air next years episodes. So, here is the trailer for "The Wedding of River Song" for you.