As the Doctor's newest companion, Clara Oswald, steps into the TARDIS, take a look back at previous companions that have won over The Doctor's hearts in Doctor Who: The Companions. Along ... See full summary »
Eve De Leon Allen,
When the Doctor's around, tomorrow is yesterday, yesterday is tomorrow and 18th century France is in your fireplace. Confused yet? Watch the Timey-Wimey of Doctor Who. You've already seen it in the future.
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When the Doctor begins to tell Amy and Rory to enter the Police Box, Amy is holding her hand to her chin. The scene cuts to a wide shot in the middle of the Doctor's line, and Amy's hand is suddenly at her side. See more »
[Amy has encountered a future version of herself]
Do I really look like that?
Yeah, yeah you do.
Mmmm... I'd give you a driver's license.
I'll bet you would.
Ohhh... this is how it all ends... Pond flirting with herself... true love at last. Oh, sorry, Rory.
Absolutely no problem at all.
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This brilliant Comic Relief two-part short plays out just as you'd expect from a Doctor Who comedy with all the so-called Timey-Wimey we've come to love in the Moffat era but done in a manner accessible to the large casual viewership it had, yet not dumbed down. It sees Rory get distracted by his wife Amy's skirt so that he breaks the TARDIS and makes it land inside itself. Now whenever someone steps inside it they end up back inside the iconic time machine but a few seconds earlier than when they stepped through the door. Part one ends with two Amy Ponds at once and to begin part two she flirts with herself which is absolutely hilarious (she does it again later when there's also two Rory Williamses). Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill are excellent together, an early sign of the then-in-the-future brilliance of series six. They don't really have any choice in the matter, they have to be great in this because only they are in it, there are no extras or guest cast for this one.
Though the resolution of the story is somewhat "hand wavy" it's still the source of one of the most quotable lines in Doctor Who history (The Wibbly Lever!) and Matt Smith delivers the line with perfection. This two-part-episode is not one to take too seriously but is still a must-see for fans, acting as a great way to introduce newbies to the show with its less complicated but still extremely entertaining plot. How the Moff produced something this good with only three actors is beyond even the best of other writers but he makes it look easy. In short this is one of the best shorts you'll ever see, just don't think too much about it and enjoy the show! 9/10
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