The one thing the Doctor always keeps near is the Tardis. So losing it in a black hole somewhere in deep space is a bit of a worry. Not least, he says, because without it he'll have to settle down and get a mortgage. In this two-parter (The Impossible Planet and next week's The Satan Pit), the Doctor and Rose land in a ramshackle spaceship stationed on an obscure planet that's trapped in permanent orbit round an all-consuming black hole. But that's only half the problem. An army of hideous-looking Oods stalks the corridors, while a disembodied voice repeats, "The beast is awakening." Written by
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Scooti's communicator changes from left arm to right arm as she appears floating in space. The footage from the Confidential episode confirms that the f/x crew used a mirrored image See more
I don't know what's wrong with her. She's sort of queasy. Indigestion, like she didn't want to land.
Oh, if you think there's gonna be trouble, we could always go back inside, and go somewhere else...
[Rose cracks up, and they laugh outrageously
"Doctor Who Theme"
Written by Ron Grainer
Arranged by Murray Gold
Performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales See more