Amy reminds The Doctor he needs to have an adventure once in a while, the Doctor complies and sets the TARDIS to its "adventure setting". After a series of malfunctions, the ship lands in ... See full summary »
Sarah Louise Madison
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.
British physicist Brian Cox lectures on the nature of time and space, black holes, time dilation and the possibility of time travel a la Doctor Who by using experiments featuring celebrity ... See full summary »
This program unlocks everything you really need to know about the Doctor to maximize your enjoyment of the series. Whether you're a casual viewer who wants to know more or a fan who wants ... See full summary »
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 »
[a future version of Amy enters the TARDIS]
Okay kids. This is where it gets complicated.
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The Doctor: The TARDIS has materialized inside itself!
Rory: Is that supposed to happen?
The Doctor: Take a guess.
The Doctor: That's the one!
Steven Moffat appears to have a knack for writing these mini-episodes: his 2007 "Time Crash" was absolutely terrific, and so is this one, which I saw on DVD as two mini-mini-episodes; "Space" is arguably the most ingenious idea in the history of the modern "Doctor Who"; "Time" is rather incomprehensible, but I think that's part of the joke; both of them have some very funny dialogue. So much is packed into just 7 minutes that you can watch this one again and again and again and again....*** out of 4.
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