With Cybermen on the streets of London, old friends unite against old enemies and the Doctor takes to the air in a startling new role. As the Doctor faces his greatest challenge, sacrifices must be made before the day is won.
With the cybermen on the loose in London and the identity of the Missy revealed all is at stake as the Doctor is put in a difficult position. With the help of old friends and Clara can the Doctor stop the villainous Missy's plans of destruction before it is to late...
The cybermen head which Kate Stewart throws in front of the Cybermen is from one of the cybermen in the 1963 series. See more »
When the doctor is waken up just before boarding UNIT aircraft, the aircraft in the background is clearly an Airbus A320, subsequent CGI renderings show a Boeing 737. See more »
Oh, Missy! You're so fine! You're so fine, you blow my mind! Hey Missy! Hey Missy!
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Because Clara Oswald declares herself as the Doctor to a Cyberman immediately prior to the opening sequence, Jenna Coleman is given top billing, bumping Peter Capaldi to second, and her eyes replace his in the opening sequence as reinforcement of her deception. See more »
First of all, it'd be just wrong to give this episode anything below an 8. I saw that the ratings vote opened before it aired and a few people voted for a 1, which is unbelievably moronic and pathetic.
Anyway, onto the review. This episode is probably one of the best we've ever seen (as a two parter). (and obviously the best finale/cyberman episode). It's extremely sad to see Jenna Coleman 'leave' Doctor Who and also the fan favourite Osgood. We were thrown into the deep end at this episode and thrown out of our comfort zones (which is brilliant). We now know that the Doctor IS truly a good man.
The interruption of the credit scene at the end was truly hilarious and brilliant! Steven Moffat is an artist and this is his best piece of work ever.
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