Earth becomes the battlefield for the greatest and deadliest war of all time, as the Daleks and the Cybermen clash with the whole universe at stake. The Doctor and Rose, reunited with old ... See full summary »
Earth becomes the battlefield for the greatest and deadliest war of all time, as the Daleks and the Cybermen clash with the whole universe at stake. The Doctor and Rose, reunited with old friends and Cybermen experts Mickey and Jake, race to find a way to bring the war to an end before it brings about the destruction of the whole of space and time. But the Doctor soon faces an even bigger dilemma - could ending the war mean the death of Rose? Written by
After explaining that he intends to send the Daleks and Cybers to hell, Rose asks the Doctor if she can help. The Doctor tells her to set the coordinates "all to six." Assuming the standard X, Y and Z axes, this would make the coordinates 6, 6, 6. See more »
The Doctor states that nothing exists in the Void. Yet this nothing somehow leaves residue. See more »
I said there were ghosts, but that's not fair. Why him?
I'm not a ghost.
But you're dead. You died 20 years ago Pete.
It's Pete from a different universe. There are parallel worlds, Jackie. Every single decision you make creates a parallel existence, a different dimension where...
Oh you can shut up.
You look old.
How could you be standing there?
I just got lucky. I lived my life. You were left on your own. You didn't marry again, or...?
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Credit at the end of "Doomsday": "Doctor Who will return in The Runaway Bride" See more »
If you take Rose Tyler out, you make an all to familiar error in episodic television. People want a face, a person, an emotional investment for the show to carry, cherish even protect. This show moves from danger to danger and a new generation of viewers is following and Rose is our steady link to this chaotic light speed introduction into "the Doctor's" world. With so many things that we're asked to accept you must give us our constant attachment to Billie Piper's face and Rose's innocence turned confidence in the face of multiple calamities. If you move on without giving us our face, I may still follow but you'll never get the same emotional investment nor the same desire to follow.
Billie Piper, oooh. Well played. I'm not some renowned critic or some stiff aristocrat spouting opinions in the Queen's English. I'm not going to effect your life in the slightest way with my feelings. But by golly that was some impressive acting, for TV or any other medium. Brava!
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