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
Three versions of the Cybermat were made. The first was simply a "stunt double" which did not have teeth and was meant for being thrown around or laid still. The second was a cable-controlled "close-up" version that had teeth and thrashed, and was used for when the characters handled it. The third was radio-controlled to dash along the floor. 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 »
[playing with a remote controlled toy helicopter]
It goes up, tiddly up! It goes down, tiddly down! For only £49.99, which I think personally is a bit steep. But then again, it's your parents' cash, and they'll only waste it on boring stuff like lamps and vegetables. YAWN!
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While The Lodger was an amusing, if a little uninteresting, this episode is a complete waste of time. The villains are misused and wasted, the humor fails as often as not, and James Corden overstays his welcome. Even Matt Smith can't save this tiresome little episode.
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