The Doctor and Rose travel to London in 2012 to see the Olympics - only to find that children are mysteriously disappearing before peoples very eyes. The answer seems to lie with a young ... See full summary »

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The Doctor and Rose travel to London in 2012 to see the Olympics - only to find that children are mysteriously disappearing before peoples very eyes. The answer seems to lie with a young girl named Chloe and her strange drawings - but is there something more sinister behind the disappearances? Written by Steve

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15 December 2006 (USA)  »

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This episode replaced a submission called "The 1920s" by Stephen Fry. It was abandoned when Fry was unavailable for rewrites and due to budgetary concerns. See more »

Goofs

When Rose is "playing detective" the Doctor asks her if she is "deducting" which means to subtract from whereas he should've said "deducing". See more »

Quotes

The Doctor: Whoo, blimey! That takes some doing, to just snatch a living organism out of space and time. This baby is just like 'I'm having some of that!' I'm impressed.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »

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Doctor Who Theme
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Written by Ron Grainer
Arranged by Murray Gold
Performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales
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The worst episode yet?
8 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

You may notice the question mark in my review title. It's there because I actually dislike the previous episode, "Love & Monsters", more than this. Still, it's hard to conceive that "Fear Her" belongs to the same season as episodes like "The Impossible Planet" and "The Girl in the Fireplace". Although The Doctor and Rose have more of a presence in this episode than in "Love & Monsters", they aren't involved in anything particularly interesting. If you have the entire second season available, I'd advise skipping this episode and moving on to watching the final two episodes, which go a long way in obliterating the unpleasant, dull memories left by "Fear Her".


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