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Season 1 Episode 13

To The End

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Aired Monday 11:30 PM Jan 02, 2007 on BBC Three
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The finale sees chaos and death on a grand scale, Executive Producer Russell T Davies and Writer and Co-Producer Chris Chibnall analyse the climax to the first series. Cast and crew talk about the making of this epic episode. Plus, cameras go back stage and see how the creative teams brought the Rift's dramatic devastation to the small screen.moreless

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    Murray Melvin

    Murray Melvin

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    Ashley Way

    Ashley Way

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    Barney Curnow

    Barney Curnow

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    Richard Stokes

    Richard Stokes

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    Recurring Role

    Russell T. Davies

    Russell T. Davies

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    Julie Gardner

    Julie Gardner

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    • TRIVIA (1)

    • QUOTES (8)

      • Naoko Mori: Things are not good, at Torchwood.

      • John Barrowman: Creepy, Bilis is a creep.
        Naoko Mori: Dodgy man, dodgy, dodgy man.
        John Barrowman: Slimy and gross.
        Naoko Mori: Seems really nice, and I think he's one of those guys, boom, he'll turn.
        John Barrowman: He's an evil gay, he's not a good gay, he's an evil gay.

      • Richard Stokes: We realise in this episode what Bilis has been doing. He has an ability to step between eras, and he clearly has a belief, a faith a worship in some sort of Time God.

      • Russell T. Davies: I think the original vision of the finale was always simply the Time Rift opening and something striding over Cardiff. Doesn't every drama start with that, something striding over Cardiff? That's where we must end.

      • Eve Myles: Rhys is the only thing she's got that's normal, and then when she finds him, dead, she goes insane.

      • John Barrowman: This is when everything falls apart. Not only in the sense of the Rift starts cracking all over the place, but the team starts cracking.

      • John Barrowman: Complete and utter world annihilation, and only one person can save the day.

      • Eve Myles: It was fantastic, it was like being in war of the worlds.

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    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Eve Myles: It was like being in War of the Worlds.

        The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells, is an early science fiction story describing an invasion of England by Martians. It is one of the earliest and best-known depictions of an alien invasion of Earth, and has influenced many others, as well as spawning several films, a nation-stopping radio drama and a television series based on the story.

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