"Doctor Who: The End of the World (#1.2)"
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Parents Guide for
"Doctor Who" The End of the World (2005)

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Sex & Nudity


Violence & Gore

A woman gets eaten by spiders.

A man gets burnt alive.

The antagonist explodes. Her skin is spatters everywhere.

An alien is burnt alive.

A woman is punched, which knocks her out. She finds herself trapped in a room which has a glass window to view the Earth, but the Sun, which is about to implode, causes the window to break slowly. Her friend comes to rescue her right before the window shatters.

An alien made of wood catches fire and burns to death.


A few occurrences of the "h" word; Rose calls Cassandra a b**chy trampoline


This episode may cause "necrophobia", fear of death. Because, the Earth in a very distance year, gets consumed by the Sun (but the population move to another planet called, "New Earth", it's the future remember?)

Many people and aliens gets attacked and sometimes killed by spiders and their leader, Lady Cassandra.

The characters are trapped in a building.

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