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Flesh and Stone 

The Doctor, Amy, Dr. Song and the remaining soldiers manage to escape from the crashed ship and into the forest. The Angels attempt to create a rift in time and space much as the Doctor had... See full summary »

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The Doctor, Amy, Dr. Song and the remaining soldiers manage to escape from the crashed ship and into the forest. The Angels attempt to create a rift in time and space much as the Doctor had found in Amy's room when they first met. Amy meanwhile is counting down from 10 minutes and the Doctor has determined that an Angel has taken over her mind. Written by garykmcd

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This episode takes place in the 51st Century. See more »

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In 'Blink' it is established that if the Angles look at each other, they remain frozen. This is why they always cover their eyes. However, here, they can move (even in their stone form) while other Angles are looking at them. See more »

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Bob: Hello, Doctor? Angel Bob here, sir.
The Doctor: Ah, there you are, Angel Bob. How's life? Sorry, bad subject.
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Referenced in Doctor Who: The Husbands of River Song (2015) 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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1 May 2010 | by See all my reviews

Taken together with last week's episode, this 2-part Doctor Who story is excellent. The season's plot arch is definitely driven forward. The dialog in this episode is superbly written by Steven Moffat. There is quite a lot of suspense and one can easily see why the British often talk about their shared childhood memories of hiding behind the sofa during Doctor Who. It's wonderfully scary (though NOT at all gory) AND completely delightful. If you've ever enjoyed Doctor Who, odds are you'll absolutely love this. Episodes like this are why Doctor Who is considered to be the best series on television by so many people around the world.


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