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Were they the Mondus Cybermen? They didn't look the same to me, and they certainly didn't look the the relic found in Season 1's Dalek. There also seemed to be a space for the "C" …
I think 200 years without a companion would properly make anyone behave a little different in social situations. (this of course assumes he is now 200 years older then when left Amy and Rory in the god complex episode, which seems to be the case as he has his cowboy hat and letters ready to go for his departure .
But i do agree, this season has made me very uneasy. I knew it was River song in the suite since the first episode, so that doesn't surprise me. We have known for a while that river song is in jail for killing a "good man" since last season, so the only logical conclusion is she killed the doctor.
The doctor has to get out of his own death somehow, or else how can we have another season ? I am just not sure how Moffot's gonna write his way of this predicament, so I am very excited to see next weeks final episode.
They are ridiculous comedy though, they do what they are trying to do.
And as for the Ganger theory, I'll have to watchThe Impossible Astronaut again but I'mpretty sure whenolder Canton shows up hesays that it wasn't a duplicate or clone of any kind, it wasdefinitely theDoctor.
"Were they the Mondus Cybermen? They didn't look the same to me, and they certainly didn't look the the relic found in Season 1's Dalek. There also seemed to be a space for the "C" …"
Whether or not they're Mondasian Cybermen they were never going to redesign them when they had perfectly good costumes. The head shown in series 1 was from OldWho, before they'd built these suits. The Mondasian Cybermen were redesigned several times anyway.
In regards to the Ganger theory, not to mention Moffat saying it is definitely the Doctor in Confidential, and the fact that the Doctor was shown beginning to regenerate (there's no way Gangers could regenerate. Just no), and that they burned the body without it melting.
|She loves him because she knows she is meant to. It's an annoying time paradox which doesn't actually make sense.|
It's also a leap of faith on your part. We know at the start of the episode she was under the impression that the Doctor was bad and deserved to die. She only changed her mind because of what the Doctor said to her, and we don't know what that was. As far as I can see the supposed motivation that she is trying to find the Doctor because she knows she is going to fall in love with him is just your content for the blanks that need filling in. It's certainly not the impression it gave me. To convince someone to completely repolarise their opinion would need much more than a "one day you're going to marry me" sort of statement, because the obvious reply to that, considering she was trying to kill him would be "in your dreams sweetie".
|Not to mention, in JLU, John Stewart saw the future where he and Shayera had a son together, but when he got back to the past, he refused to be destiny's puppet.|
hmm... correct me if i'm wrong please, but the amy and rory in this episode are supposed to be after the god complex, right? which makes one hell of a continuity error since closing time happens at approximately 2-4 days before the doctor dies, which means this amy and rory know that the doctor is going to die soon
there's another reason why it can be post-god complex for Amy and Rory *BIG spoiler for the finale so don't read unless you really want to be spoiled about a major detail* HIGHLIGHT TO READtime is messed up with there being Churchill, pteradactyls and more all happening at "present time" which is stuck at 5:02pm April 22nd.
impossible astronaut was april 22, 2011
closing time was april 18-20, 2011
if that amy and rory were post god complex, then that would mean there would have to be another set of amy and rory from impossible astronaut within the same timeline. now, considering amy was famous enough to be asked for autographs from little girls. i highly doubt amy and rory pre-IA would not be aware that there are future versions of themselves.
i'm probably over-thinking this, but telling myself over and over that it's just wibbly wobbly, isnt enough. i must know!
@truesora in that case, i'll just have to wait for the episode then