Sally Sparrow receives a cryptic message from the Doctor about a mysterious new enemy species that is after the TARDIS.

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"Don't Blink. Blink and you're dead. Don't turn your back. Don't look away. And don't Blink. Good Luck." These cryptic messages left on 17 DVD's leave Sally Sparrow on a journey to assist the Doctor and Martha Jones, who are trapped in 1969. But Sally is in 2007, and they won't meet until 2008. Strange? Unusual? Not if you are the Doctor. Written by docfester

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This is the first episode to be directed by a woman after a twenty-two year interval. The previous one was The Mark of the Rani. See more »

Goofs

In the entire episode the weeping angels have grey eyes. Just before Sally gets out of the circle, you can see the actual eyes of the actor who plays a weeping angel. See more »

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Sally Sparrow: How can you know what I'm gonna say?
The Doctor: [on the DVD] Look to your left.
Larry Nightingale: [Sally turns to see Larry writing something down] What does he mean by look to your left? I've written tons about that on the forums. I reckon it's a political statement.
Sally Sparrow: He means you. What are you doing?
Larry Nightingale: I'm writing in your bits. That way I've got a complete transcript of the entire conversation. Wait until this hits the net! This'll explode the egg forums!
The Doctor: [on the DVD, pointing at the screen] I've got a copy of the finished ...
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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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Amazing episode
1 September 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I am writing this comment straight after watching the episode. Having seen a lot of Doctor Who in my time, I can say that I have never seen beings as genuinely creepy as the weeping angels in this story. They are done so simply, yet there is created an amazing tension and air of foreboding. Full marks to the writer for his imagination (as evidenced by his Girl in the Fireplace story from the last series). Much as I love watching David Tennant, his limited presence in this episode did not detract from my enjoyment of it. This is a truly compelling, brilliant piece of television that takes the series to a whole new level.


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