At the end of Saturday’s Doctor Who (October 25), just as we were all heaving a deep sigh of relief that the Earth had escaped being fried by a huge solar flare, a deeply unsettling “Next Time” trailer arrived. …
Now that the TARDIS is back to normal size and the dimensions are leaving each other alone again, time for a trip into the origins of all fairy stories:
After seeing off invaders from a flatter dimension and having to rescue the TARDIS by dragging it off a rail-track with his fingers, this week, the Doctor arrives in the middle of a jungle. Except that jungle is also central London.
Danny thinks Clara has finished traveling in time, and the Doctor thinks Danny doesn’t mind Clara staying on. All will be well, providing the Doctor can return her to the exact space and moment she left from, every time.
Doctor Who fans, this might be the moment to get your non-Whovian friends into the room and show them exactly what their favorite TV dramas are lacking.
Having seen off the Foretold with a salute, this week our time-traveling twosome have to do battle not just with creatures from a thinner dimension, but living street art.
In a dining car on a train in space, the lights flicker, and an old lady spots a man dressed as a mummy.
So he’s watched the moon hatch into a colossal dragon butterfly, he’s mopped up Courtney Woods’s travel sickness and looked on on shock as Clara strode out of the TARDIS, demanding to be left alone. Where will the …
In which the Doctor takes off his caretaker coat and puts on a space-suit for a touch of lunarachnophobia.
After having to mop up the mess caused by the Blitzer (and Courtney Woods) in “The Caretaker,” this week’s Doctor Who adventure “Kill The Moon” will see the Doctor and Clara battling a dangerous new foe …