Doctor Who

Season 1 Episode 13

The Parting of the Ways (2)

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Aired Saturday 8:00 PM Jun 18, 2005 on BBC America
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Location: The Gamestation (Satellite 5) and London, Earth Date: 200,100 and 2006 Enemy: Emperor Dalek/The Daleks The fate of the Universe is hanging in the balance as the Dalek fleet begin their invasion of Earth. The Doctor must decide whether to sacrifice every human being on Earth in order to save every other living creature in the universe from the Daleks. Either way, he knows he must send Rose home...moreless

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Goodbye Eccleston, Hullo Tennant.

    10
    So this is the episode where the intense, leather-jacketed Eccleston will regenerate into geeky dreamboat David Tennant. But let's not get ahead of ourselves yet because the 9th Doctor still has one episode to dazzle us with so come on and we'll dive right in!



    The Parting of the Ways picks up right where Bad Wolf left off with Rose a prisoner of the Daleks and The Doctor coming to her rescue. I have to say, this episode certainly starts off with a vibe of sheer epic tension as the Daleks decide to fire missiles at the incoming TARDIS, an action that Rose loudly protests with a cry of "The TARDIS isn't kill shielded, you'll him!" To which the Daleks make the humorous yet chilling reply: "You have predicted (Apparently Rose has forgotten just how of much of cold-blooded killers the Daleks really are. Speaking of which, what happened to the Game Controller? I was hoping that The Doctor would find her I guess having missiles fired at you is a bit



    Thankfully, both The Doctor and Captain Jack have a few tricks up their sleeves as that extrapolator is put to good use again to shield them from both the missiles and the extermination beams. The cool way The Doctor handles the oncoming fire just get the idea across that he's had more than a little bit of experience when it comes to fighting Daleks.



    So how does The Parting of the Ways rate - both as the second half of a two-parter and a season finale? Quite well, actually. It is action-packed and quite cinematic, hitting well both on the story-telling and the emotional aspect. And it made the Daleks live up to their expectations! Despite the use of Rose a la deus ex machina, it had a strong ending that culminated in the reintroduction of the regeneration lore. Finishing out a mostly strong season and being the satisfying conclusion to the Bad Wolf story arc, I rate The Parting of the Ways as a 10/10. This was great television.

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  • Phenix Rising

    10


    This is the follow up and it didn't disappoint. What I like is how dark the episode is it really takes an unfun turn. I remember the moment when we see a whole army of Daileks invade the space station, just seeing them really gave me a cold chill and I knew the Doctor, Jack and Rose were all in deep crap . Sure the Doctor along with the companions he's had have beaten the Daileks before but this is the present and it's a whole army, as a saying goes whole new ball game.



    But what really made this episode stand out for me was that it wasn't so much the Doctor as the main protagonist but Rose. Rose really does drive this episode and I personally thought was at her emotional best, one of my favorate moments with her was when she delivered this monalog to Mickey and her mom talking about a better life, a better way of living as opposed to the everyday routine. I thought that was powerful because she's right, it kinda reminds me of the same philosophy in the book "Don Quote" that life should be more than just eating, sleeping, and working but to have and crave adventure, exploration but also to have the strength to do what right in your heart. That's what she believes and that's what I believe to.



    She then figures out the bad wolf message and I thoughout the payoff to this relvolving mystery was good, when we see it was a message she sent herself thoughout time and space to tell herself to go back where she belongs and do what she's ment to do. I also liked seeing both Mickey and her mom (forgot her name sorry) take action helping her open the Tardis control panel, it really shows both of them just like Rose are becoming more than what they are, and they will become people of greater importance latter on.



    Meanwhile we see in the future, the human are just getting their butts handed to them. Those darn Daileks just never play fair, as we see despite how main bullets they fire they have a function that shields most of their bodies from the bullets. Granted, there is a small victory here and there where Jack got to blow away a few from one charge of the lazer gun he constructed and using an android as a trap to kill a small group of Daileks. But as I said small victories as they weren't enough and they keep coming, and we see Jack is the last man standing holding off the Daileks for as long as he can to give the Doctor time to finish construction of the machine, and it was sad when we see him get shot by a Dailek. Though I wouldn't say it's that sad if you remember Jack is an immortal.



    There is of course a pivotal moment with the Doctor as he has the machine ready, it means he'll be able to wipe out all the Daileks but it would also mean he'd wipe out a huge populace on Earth. And yet if he doesn't take action even though human lives will be spared, they will still be harvested by the Daileks. So yeah it's a damned if you do, damned if you don't situation which always sucks because it's practically lose lose. We see for a moment the Doctor coming close to pushing the lever but then suddenly changes his mind and back away, and says one of my favorate quotes in the episode. "Coward any



    This decision I feel doesn't make the Doctor a coward, it means he's brave. Being brave doesn't mean to just simply take action but to make hard decisions. The doctor choose for all the lives to live, which would of been taken if he took the action. This also shows how truly selfless the Doctor is and that depite not being human he has humanity in his heart.



    When Rose come in just when the Doctor is about to be exterminated, it was great I really liked the effect seeing the energy of the heart of the Tardis flow though her, it kinda reminded me of the Phenix force from the X-Men comics. I'll admit just seeing the effect and how it's utilized in this show is ten times better than how the Phenix force was handled in "X-Men 3: The Last Stand" and that film blows (sorry but that's how I . What makes the moment great is that it's sort of a switch around because usually it's the Doctor that saves the day but it's the companion for once, this was a revolutionary move for it's time but I think it's cool all the same, a break in the cleche.



    Anyway, it was just cool seeing Rose just vaporize the hell out of the Daileks and the Empieror, Rose literally had the power of a God. I even like some of the dialog she delivers you really heard and seen the emotions, but most importantly loved her determination she knows she could die from this force but she doesn't care as long as it ment the Doctor would live. And that was the main reason she did it not to save the universe or greater good personally I always believe that sole reason is bullcrap; but to save the Doctor someone she loves and I think that's the greatest reason.



    And of course there is a sweet but sad moment at the end. I really love the moment when the Doctor kisses Rose, which I don't feel was just to save her but also signifies that the Doctor loves Rose as more than a friend. Which is something that's never happened in the franchise since his relations with each companion is usually platonic and is one of the reasons I really I really love the recent Doctor Who's is that there is more emotion involved and the Doctor has more depth than before with the mystery about him still attached.



    However, we see the force he absorbed and threw back into the Tardis has fatally wounded him, which of course means regenerations. He'll have some memories but not all which will also mean his true feelings for Rose will also be gone. So seeing him go really made me sad like any other version of the Doctor. Farewell Christopher Eccleston your my third favorate doctor and you really were fantastic.moreless
  • Fantastic

    10
    This an amazing episode of Doctor Who. It's an action-packed hour that will have you on the edge of your seat and solve the mystery of "Bad Wolf".

    Some of the best lines, too: "I think you need a doctor" Swoon!

    Goodbye Christopher Eccleston, and if I may say so, you were fantastic :)
  • LAKFHASDL;HASG

    10
    THE DOCTOR! HE WAS MY FAVOURITE DOCTOR I WAS SO SAD OKAY WHY IS THERE ONLY ONE SEASON OF CHRISTOPHER ECCLESTON HE IS FANTASTIC. Also WHAT CAPTAIN JACK WHAT EVEN DOES HE COME BACK OMG WHAT



    Other than that it was a great episode and a fantastic way to end the season.
  • The Parting of the Ways

    10
    The Parting of the Ways was a superb and very entertaining episode of Doctor Who. I really enjoyed watching how the rest of the story from the last episode turned out and it was amazing. I liked seeing more of the Daleks, their Emperor and Fleet. It was touching to see Rose, Mickey and Jackie fight to open the Tardis's soul to Rose. I liked how the every thing played out and it was awesome to see Rose save The Doctor and for him to save her. The ending where The Doctor transforms was cool, but I wish we could have had Christopher Eccleston for at least another season. In any case I'm excited to watch more episodes!!!!!!!!!moreless
Jo Joyner

Jo Joyner

Lynda

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Paterson Joseph

Paterson Joseph

Rodrick

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Jo Stone-Fewings

Jo Stone-Fewings

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Noel Clarke

Noel Clarke

Mickey

Recurring Role

Camille Coduri

Camille Coduri

Jackie

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Nicholas Briggs

Nicholas Briggs

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  • TRIVIA (8)

    • As Jack is checking out the Dalek dust after he is brought back to life by Rose, he hears the TARDIS starting to take off and runs off to catch up. When he runs, he goes back to where he was shot, then turns right. If there was a corridor there, why did he stop and stand where he was when he was shot as if he was boxed in? Why didn't he run down that corridor and join the Doctor?

    • The Doctor claims that he is known in Dalek legend as "The Oncoming Storm", a title that first appeared in the Virgin New Adventures novel Love and War by Paul Cornell, who also wrote the episode Father's Day. In the novel, the title was applied to the Doctor by the Draconians, although it is possible either they or the Daleks appropriated the title from one another. In the spin-off media, the better known title of the Doctor in Dalek lore is the Ka Faraq Gatri, the "Bringer of Darkness" or "Destroyer of Worlds", first used in Ben Aaronovitch's novelisation of his episode Remembrance of the Daleks.

    • Rose's actions create a predestination paradox. The words "Bad Wolf" tell her to try to get back to the Doctor, and her doing so gives her the ability to leave the words through time as messages to herself, which she then does. Although it can be argued that the phrase "Bad Wolf" originates with the Bad Wolf Corporation, it can also be argued that she somehow prompted the creation of the phrase and therefore the Corporation through her powers in the first place.

    • A clip from Boom Town is shown when Rose explains to Mickey about the heart of the TARDIS.

    • Rose refers to the events of Father's Day about meeting Pete and her being the blonde girl with him when he died.

    • Delta waves originally appeared in the Fifth Doctor serial, Kinda. In this episode, however, they are used to kill, whilst in Kinda they were used to induce sleep.

    • Jack uses "bastic bullets" against the Daleks with some initial success. Bastic bullets were first referenced in the original series in Revelation of the Daleks.

    • It would seem logical that if possessing the vortex energy damages the Doctor to the point where he has to regenerate, it should have left physical effects on Rose, who possessed it for a far longer period of time.

      However, this can be explained by the fact that while the Doctor absorbed the Time Vortex, and contained it, Rose did not contain the vortex - rather, it absorbed her, and flowed through her.

  • QUOTES (29)

    • Jack: The extrapolator's working. we've got a fully functional forcefield. Try saying that when you're drunk...

    • Rose: (waking up on the floor of the TARDIS) What happened?
      The Doctor: Don't you remember?
      Rose: It's like...there was a singing...
      The Doctor: That's right! I sang a song and the Daleks ran away!

    • Captain Jack: It's been fun, but I guess this is goodbye.
      Rose: Don't talk like that! The Doctor's gonna do it. You just watch him.
      Captain Jack: Rose. You are worth fighting for. (kisses her) I wish I'd never met you, Doctor. I was much better off as a coward. (kisses him) See you in hell.

    • The Doctor: Rose Tyler. I was going to take you to so many places. Barcelona. Not the city Barcelona, the planet Barcelona. You'd love it. Fantastic place. They've got dogs with no noses. (laughs) Imagine how many times a day you end up telling that joke, and it's still funny.
      Rose: Then why can't we go?
      The Doctor: Maybe you will. Maybe I will. But not like this.
      Rose: You're not making sense.
      The Doctor: I might never make sense again. I might have two heads. Or no head! (laughs) Imagine me with no head. And don't say that's an improvement. But it's a bit dodgy, this process. You never know what you're going to end up with.
      (The Doctor convulses)
      Rose: Doctor!
      The Doctor: Stay away!
      Rose: Tell me what's going on.
      The Doctor: I absorbed all the energy of the Time Vortex and no-one's meant to do that (grimaces) Every cell in my body's dying.
      Rose: Can't you do something?
      The Doctor: Yeah, I'm doing it now. Time Lords have this little trick, it's sort of a way of cheating death. Except… it means I'm gonna change. And I'm not gonna see you again. Not like this. Not with this daft old face.

    • (The TARDIS rematerialises with a possessed Rose inside)
      The Doctor: What have you done?
      Rose: I looked into the TARDIS and the TARDIS looked into me.
      The Doctor: You looked into the Time Vortex! Rose, no one's meant to see that!
      Emperor Dalek: This is the abomination!
      Dalek: Exterminate!
      (The Dalek shoots at Rose; she stops the blast with her hand and sends it back)
      Rose: I am the Bad Wolf. I create myself. I take the words, I scatter them in time and space. A message to lead myself here.
      The Doctor: Rose, you've got to stop. You've got to stop this now! You've got the entire Vortex running through your head. You're going to burn!
      Rose: I want you safe. My Doctor. Protected from the false god.
      Emperor Dalek: You cannot hurt me. I am immortal!
      Rose: You are tiny. I can see the whole of time and space, every single atom of your existence and I divide them. (She raises her hand and a Dalek disintegrates) Everything must come to dust. All things. Everything dies. (With a gesture, all the Daleks disintegrate) The Time War ends.
      Emperor Dalek: I will not die! I cannot die!
      (The Emperor Dalek's ship burns up)
      The Doctor: Rose, you've done it, now stop. Just let go.
      Rose: How can I let go of this? I bring life.
      (In another part of the ship, Captain Jack- who has been exterminated by the Daleks- comes back to life)
      The Doctor: But this is wrong! You can't control life and death...
      Rose: But I can! The sun and the moon, the day and night… but why do they hurt?
      The Doctor: The power's gonna kill you and it's my fault!
      Rose: I see everything. All that is, all that was, all that ever could be...
      The Doctor: But that's what I see, all the time. And doesn't it drive you mad?
      Rose: My head…
      The Doctor: Come here.
      Rose: ...it's killing me.
      The Doctor: I think you need a Doctor.
      (The Doctor kisses Rose, drawing the Time Vortex out of her and into him)

    • Emperor Dalek: Mankind will be harvested because of your weakness.
      The Doctor: And what about me? Am I becoming one of your angels?
      Emperor Dalek: You are the heathen. You will be EXTERMINATED!

    • (Back in London, Rose sees the words 'Bad Wolf' spray-painted on the wall and ground)
      Rose: I thought it was a warning. Maybe it's the opposite. Maybe it's a message! The same words written down now and two hundred thousand years in the future. It's a link between me and the Doctor! Bad Wolf here, Bad Wolf there!
      Mickey: If it's a message, what it's saying?
      Rose: It's telling me I can get back!

    • Rose: That fight is happening right now. And he's fighting for us, for the whole planet, and I'm just sitting here eating chips!
      Jackie: Listen to me. God knows I have hated that man, but right now I love him. And do you know why? Cos he did the right thing. He sent you back to me.
      Rose: But what do I do every day, Mum? What do I do? Get up, catch the bus, go to work, come back home, eat chips and go to bed? Is that it?
      Mickey: It's what the rest of us do.
      Rose: Well, I can't.
      Mickey: Why? Cos you're better than us?

    • The Doctor: Now you tell me, god of all Daleks, 'cos there's one thing I never worked out. The words, 'Bad Wolf'. Spread across time and space everywhere, drawing me in. How did you manage that?
      Emperor Dalek: I did nothing.
      The Doctor: Oh, come on. There's no secrets now, Your Worship.
      Emperor Dalek: They are not part of my design. This is the truth of God.

    • Captain Jack: The Delta Wave. Is it ever going to be ready?
      Emperor Dalek: Tell him the truth, Doctor. There is every possibility the Delta Wave could be complete, but no possibility of refining it. The Delta Wave must kill every living thing in its path, with no distinction between human and Dalek. All things will die. By your hand
      Captain Jack: Doctor, the range of this transmitter covers the entire Earth.
      Emperor Dalek: You would destroy Daleks and humans together? If I am God, the creator of all things, then what does that make you, Doctor?
      The Doctor: There are colonies out there. The human race would survive in some shape or form, but you're the only Daleks in existence. The whole universe is in danger if I let you live. D'you see, Jack? That's the decision I've got to make for every living thing. Die as a human or live as a Dalek. What would you do?

    • The Doctor: If I'm very clever--and I'm more than clever, I'm brilliant--I might just save the world. Or rip it apart.
      Rose: I'd go for the first one.
      The Doctor Me, too.

    • The Doctor: There's another thing the TARDIS could do. It could take us away. We could leave; let history take its course. We go to Marbella in 1989.
      Rose: Yeah, but you'd never do that
      The Doctor: No, but you could ask. Never even occurred to you, did it?

    • Captain Jack: There's an army about to invade this station. I need every last citizen to mount a defence!
      Rodrick: Don't listen to him! There aren't any Daleks! They disappeared thousands of years ago!
      (The female Stage Manager of 'The Weakest Link' steps forward)
      Captain Jack: (to her) Thanks. (she nods) As for the rest of you, the Daleks will enter the station at Floor 494 and, as far as I can tell, they'll head up, not down. But that's not a promise. So, here's a few words of advice. Keep quiet. And if you hear fighting up above, if you hear us dying, then tell me the Daleks aren't real.

    • Emperor Dalek: Purify the Earth with fire. The planet will become my temple and we shall arise. This will be our paradise!

    • Emperor Dalek: You destroyed us, Doctor. The Dalek race died in your inferno, but my ship survived. Falling through time, crippled but alive.
      The Doctor: I get it.
      Daleks: Do not interrupt! Do not interrupt! Do not interrupt!
      The Doctor: I think you're forgetting something. I'm the Doctor and if there's one thing I can do, it's talk. I've got five billion languages and you haven't got one way of stopping me. So if anybody's going to shut up, it's YOU! (He turns on the Daleks, who back away from him slightly; he turns back to the Emperor) Okey-doke, so where were we?
      Emperor Dalek: We waited here in the dark space, damaged but rebuilding. Centuries passed and we quietly infiltrated the systems of Earth, harvesting the waste of humanity. The prisoners, the refugees, the dispossessed, they all came to us. The bodies were filleted, pulped, sifted. The seed of the human race is perverted; only one cell in a billion was fit to be nurtured.
      The Doctor: So you created an army of Daleks out of the dead.
      Rose: That makes them... half-human.
      Emperor Dalek: Those words are blasphemy!
      Daleks: Do not blaspheme! Do not blaspheme! Do not blaspheme!
      Emperor Dalek: Everything human has been purged. I cultivated pure and blessed Dalek.
      The Doctor: Since when did the Daleks have a concept of blasphemy?
      Emperor Dalek: I reached into the dirt and made new life. I am the God of all Daleks.
      Daleks: Worship him! Worship him! Worship him!
      The Doctor: They're insane. Hiding in silence for hundreds of years, that's enough to drive anyone mad. But it's worse than that. Driven mad by your own flesh, the stink of humanity. You hate your own existence. And that makes them more deadly than ever.

    • Captain Jack: (about the Daleks) One minute, they're the greatest threat in the universe, the next minute they vanished out of time and space.
      The Doctor: They went off to fight a bigger war. The Time War.
      Captain Jack: I thought that was just a legend.
      The Doctor: I was there. The war between the Daleks and the Time Lords, with the whole of creation at stake. My people were destroyed, but they took the Daleks with them. I almost thought it was worth it. Now it turns out they died for nothing.

    • Dalek 1: You know the Doctor. You understand him. You will predict his actions.
      Rose: I don't know! And even if I did, I wouldn't tell you!
      Dalek 1: Predict. Predict! PREDICT!
      Dalek 2: TARDIS detected, in flight.
      Dalek 1: Launch missiles! Exterminate!
      Rose: You can't! The TARDIS hasn't got any defences! You're going to kill him!
      Dalek 1: You have predicted correctly.

    • The Doctor: Do you know what they call me in the ancient legends of the Dalek homeworld? The Oncoming Storm. You may have removed all your emotions, but I reckon right down deep in your DNA there's one little spark left, and that's fear. Doesn't it just burn when you face me? So tell me, how did you survive the Time War?
      Emperor Dalek: They survived through me.

    • Captain Jack: Don't I get a hug?
      Rose: Come here!
      Captain Jack: (pointing to the Doctor) I was talking about him.

    • The Doctor: It's alright, come on out. That forcefield can hold back anything.
      Jack: Almost anything.
      The Doctor: Yes, but I wasn't gonna tell them that, thanks.
      Jack: Sorry.

    • The Doctor's Hologram: This is Emergency Program 1. Rose, now listen, this is important. If this message has activated, then it can only mean one thing: we must be in danger, and I mean fatal. I'm dead, or about to die any second with no chance of escape.
      Rose: No!
      The Doctor's Hologram: And that's okay, I hope it's a good death. But I promised to look after you, and that's what I'm doing. The TARDIS is taking you home...
      Rose: I won't let you.
      The Doctor's Hologram: ...and I bet you're fussing and moaning now. Typical. But hold on and just listen a bit more. The TARDIS can never return for me. Emergency Program 1 means I'm facing an enemy that should never get their hands on this machine. So this is what you should do. Let the TARDIS die. Just let this old box gather dust. No one can open it, no one will even notice it. Let it become a strange little thing standing on a street corner. And over the years the world will move on, and the box will be buried. And if you want to remember me, you can do one thing. That's all, one thing: (The hologram of the Doctor turns to stare at Rose) Have a good life. Do that for me Rose. Have a fantastic life.

    • Captain Jack: Ladies and gentlemen, we are at war!

    • Daleks: Target sighted! Exterminate!
      Rose: You can't!

    • The 10th Doctor: Hello. Oka-.... (licks teeth) Mmmm, new teeth. That's weird. Now where was I? Oh! That's right! Barcelona!

    • Dalek: Exterminate!
      Jack: I kind of figured that.

    • The Emperor Dalek: This is perfection. I have created heaven on Earth.

    • Dalek: Identify Yourself!
      Anne-Droid: You are the weakest link, goodbye! (Zaps 3 daleks)
      (Dalek enters through other doorway)
      Anne Droid: You are the weakest link- (Dalek blasts Anne droid)
      Anne Droid: (Broken) Good bye....

    • The Doctor: (to Rose) You were fantastic! Absolutely fantastic. And you know what? So was I!

    • Emperor Dalek: I want to see you become like me. Hail the Doctor, the great exterminator.
      The Doctor: I'll do it!
      Emperor Dalek: Then prove yourself, Doctor. What are you? Coward, or killer?
      (The Doctor's hands tremble on the detonator, then he takes a step back and slouches)
      The Doctor: Coward. Any day.

  • NOTES (9)

    • International Airdates:
      Turkey: November 22, 2009 on CNBC-e

    • Russell T. Davies wrote an alternative climax in which the Doctor and Rose actually head to the planet Barcelona, with Rose unknowingly on the verge of death due to her exposure to the time vortex. It was planned that this ending would be recorded, to serve as a red herring.

    • The Daleks remain the only Doctor Who villains to have faced every incarnation of the Doctor. With the exception of Paul McGann, the Daleks have been seen in the televised stories of all of the Doctors. However the voices of the Daleks were heard when they "exterminated" the Gordon Tipple incarnation of the Master at the beginning of the 1996 Doctor Who television movie.

    • Upon translation into Italian, this episode was renamed Padroni dell'Universo (Masters of the Universe)

    • The final viewing figure for the BBC One airing of this episode was 6.91 million.

    • The location where the big yellow truck is attempting to open the TARDIS console is Loudoun Square, Bute Town, Cardiff, which was also the same location used for "Fathers' Day," where Pete Tyler is originally killed.

    • Jenna Russell - Floor Manager (uncredited)

    • Last appearance of Christopher Eccleston (The 9th Doctor).

      First appearance of David Tennant (The 10th Doctor)

    • Described in the Radio Times Doctor Who special (26.03.05 - 01.04.05) as: "More Daleks? We reckon so".

  • ALLUSIONS (4)

    • Rose: I looked into the TARDIS. And the TARDIS looked into me.

      This is a possible allusion to philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche's advice from 'Beyond Good and Evil': "He who fights with monsters should look to it that he himself does not become a monster. And when you gaze long into an abyss, the abyss gazes into you."

    • Captain Jack Harkness who is left stranded at the Game Station has his own destiny to fulfil. This was mentioned by the Tenth Doctor in the Special Episode that was shown at the BBC Children In Need show.

    • Rose: That makes 'em... half human.
      Dalek Emperor: Those words are blasphemy!

      The dialogue here references negative fan reaction to the revelation that the Doctor is half human in the 1996 TV-movie.

    • Null points - The Doctor quotes the phrase commonly associated with poor acts from the Eurovision Song Contest.

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