The Doctor and Donna join a group of archaeologists at a 51st century library. What caused the library to become abandoned? What are the Nodes? And what links the library to one little girl...
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The Doctor and Donna join a group of archaeologists at a 51st century library. What caused the library to become abandoned? What are the Nodes? And what links the library to one little girl? All they have is one warning - count the shadows. Written by
When The Doctor shows Donna the psychic paper, the message is signed with an "x" Donna remakes " with a kiss". In actual life David Tennant signs his autographs he ends his name with an "X" See more »
After the girl is killed, we see her communicator as her "ghost" slowly fades. In one shot we see from a slight distance the lights left lit tick down to 3, then a short while passes, we cut back and the lights are back to 4. They then tick down to 3 again. See more »
Close your eyes and tell me what you see.
[fade in to POV of drifting outside and above]
[the Girl looks down, sees herself suspended in the air, drifting above The Library]
Open your eyes again. Where are you now.
[as if this is obvious]
My living room, Dr. Moon.
When you close your eyes...?
I go to The Library.
[we see Dad seated behind Dr. Moon's right, concerned]
Go to The Library now.
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I think this series so far has been a bit of a let down. It feels as though nothing big has happened so far and I've been watching, waiting for the real excitement that the last few series have offered.
Tonight's episode though, I thought was absolutely fantastic! Steven Moffat manages to create such brilliant episodes ('Blink', 'The Girl in the Fireplace'...) which rivals some of the original Doctor Who story lines, in terms of depth and imagination.
Finally, we have mystery. Russel T. Davies' opening episode was of great disappointment - as were some of the following episodes. Moffat's script doesn't fail to intrigue. TV worth watching.
Moffat is definitely the best writer - Moffat to take over from Davies...
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