After traveling for 200 years and leaving messages for Amy Pond across time and space, the Doctor realizes his time is up, its time to settle down and accept his future at Lake Silencio. . ...
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After traveling for 200 years and leaving messages for Amy Pond across time and space, the Doctor realizes his time is up, its time to settle down and accept his future at Lake Silencio. . . . . .But not before one last goodbye. The Doctor travels to England and visits Craig and Sophie, who are now happily married and struggling with parenthood. Not everything is well, as the Doctor soon finds himself miraculously working at a shop and battling Cybermen. Written by
Keen to place the Doctor and Craig's escapades in a mundane, everyday environment, Gareth Roberts considered settings such as a hospital, a police station and a supermarket before finally settling on a department store. See more »
24:30 minutes into the episode, the Doctor is holding the baby facing the camera and so is the baby. When suddenly going into close-up shot the baby is backwards facing away from the camera and we only see the back of his head. See more »
I was curious of some of the reviews of this ep. It's supposed to be funny, light, and... CHEAP. Since the finale (I presume) broke the bank
they needed something minimal - including personnel (I presume MS was
working doubles there for a few weeks?). I don't get how others cant see a larger context.
It sets up certain things - including the sense of "goodbyes" . I'd like to see daddy, mum, baby again sometime --- but - doubt that (fine line between funny occasional eps - and farce). The 2 men and a baby is a bit silly - but again: budgets, schedule, etc. This one of necessity had to be written with a relatively simple concept - again dropping in various foreshadows.
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