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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 given showrunner Steven Moffat's fondness for building in connections and references between episodes, I wouldn't bet on it, but the story of the Doctor's Matt Smith new companion, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), is following a very similar trajectory as those of two of his previous fellow travelers. Just as happened with Rose in 2005 and Amy in 2010, when Clara tells the Doctor that for her first trip into time and space, she wants to see "something awesome," she finds herself being whisked away from present-day Earth to a fantastical adventure in a weird alien environment.

Last week I expressed the expectation that this episode would be a standalone story, separate from the ongoing season arc plot. I was partially right: There's certainly no sign of the Great Intelligence, the behind-the-scenes adversary of "The Bells of Saint John." But the Doctor is now fully engaged with the mystery of Clara, and the pre-titles sequence shows him digging through the story of her life. He travels back to observe the meeting of her parents, a chance occurrence as Ellie (Nicola Sian) saves Dave (Michael Dixon) from a hit-and-run accident. He checks in at various points as their daughter grows up, culminating with him observing a 16-year-old Clara standing with her father over Ellie's grave (nice costume and makeup work to turn Coleman back into a teenager for that scene, by the way). But to his bafflement, the Doctor can find nothing to connect this girl with the 19th-century Clara he met in "The Snowmen" or with Oswin from "Asylum of the Daleks."

Eventually, we're going to have to start getting some answers about what's going on with Clara, but as the final brooding shot of the Doctor indicates, at this point both he and we are still in the dark. We do get some further possible clues in this episode though. At one point, the TARDIS refuses to open for Clara, and she gets the feeling that it doesn't like her. It may also be significant that the language-translation feature of the TARDIS doesn't seem to be working for Clara with regard to some of the aliens she meets in this episode. (However, the translation feature of the TARDIS has occasionally failed before, mostly for comic effect; I'm thinking particularly of the Hath in 2008's "The Doctor's Daughter.") It seems like Clara will turn out be some kind of temporal paradox or anomaly, and we've seen the TARDIS react badly to such things before: For example, encountering Captain Jack Harkness in "Utopia," it traveled to the end of the universe itself in an effort to shake him off.

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Comment by Leno Tredits on April 13, 2013 at 3:53pm

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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 given showrunner Steven Moffat's fondness for building in connections and references between episodes, I wouldn't bet on it, but the story of the Doctor's Matt Smith new companion, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), is following a very similar trajectory as those of two of his previous fellow travelers. Just as happened with Rose in 2005 and Amy in 2010, when Clara tells the Doctor that for her first trip into time and space, she wants to see "something awesome," she finds herself being whisked away from present-day Earth to a fantastical adventure in a weird alien environment.

Last week I expressed the expectation that this episode would be a standalone story, separate from the ongoing season arc plot. I was partially right: There's certainly no sign of the Great Intelligence, the behind-the-scenes adversary of "The Bells of Saint John." But the Doctor is now fully engaged with the mystery of Clara, and the pre-titles sequence shows him digging through the story of her life. He travels back to observe the meeting of her parents, a chance occurrence as Ellie (Nicola Sian) saves Dave (Michael Dixon) from a hit-and-run accident. He checks in at various points as their daughter grows up, culminating with him observing a 16-year-old Clara standing with her father over Ellie's grave (nice costume and makeup work to turn Coleman back into a teenager for that scene, by the way). But to his bafflement, the Doctor can find nothing to connect this girl with the 19th-century Clara he met in "The Snowmen" or with Oswin from "Asylum of the Daleks."

Eventually, we're going to have to start getting some answers about what's going on with Clara, but as the final brooding shot of the Doctor indicates, at this point both he and we are still in the dark. We do get some further possible clues in this episode though. At one point, the TARDIS refuses to open for Clara, and she gets the feeling that it doesn't like her. It may also be significant that the language-translation feature of the TARDIS doesn't seem to be working for Clara with regard to some of the aliens she meets in this episode. (However, the translation feature of the TARDIS has occasionally failed before, mostly for comic effect; I'm thinking particularly of the Hath in 2008's "The Doctor's Daughter.") It seems like Clara will turn out be some kind of temporal paradox or anomaly, and we've seen the TARDIS react badly to such things before: For example, encountering Captain Jack Harkness in "Utopia," it traveled to the end of the universe itself in an effort to shake him off.

Comment by Leno Tredits on April 13, 2013 at 3:53pm

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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 given showrunner Steven Moffat's fondness for building in connections and references between episodes, I wouldn't bet on it, but the story of the Doctor's Matt Smith new companion, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), is following a very similar trajectory as those of two of his previous fellow travelers. Just as happened with Rose in 2005 and Amy in 2010, when Clara tells the Doctor that for her first trip into time and space, she wants to see "something awesome," she finds herself being whisked away from present-day Earth to a fantastical adventure in a weird alien environment.

Last week I expressed the expectation that this episode would be a standalone story, separate from the ongoing season arc plot. I was partially right: There's certainly no sign of the Great Intelligence, the behind-the-scenes adversary of "The Bells of Saint John." But the Doctor is now fully engaged with the mystery of Clara, and the pre-titles sequence shows him digging through the story of her life. He travels back to observe the meeting of her parents, a chance occurrence as Ellie (Nicola Sian) saves Dave (Michael Dixon) from a hit-and-run accident. He checks in at various points as their daughter grows up, culminating with him observing a 16-year-old Clara standing with her father over Ellie's grave (nice costume and makeup work to turn Coleman back into a teenager for that scene, by the way). But to his bafflement, the Doctor can find nothing to connect this girl with the 19th-century Clara he met in "The Snowmen" or with Oswin from "Asylum of the Daleks."

Eventually, we're going to have to start getting some answers about what's going on with Clara, but as the final brooding shot of the Doctor indicates, at this point both he and we are still in the dark. We do get some further possible clues in this episode though. At one point, the TARDIS refuses to open for Clara, and she gets the feeling that it doesn't like her. It may also be significant that the language-translation feature of the TARDIS doesn't seem to be working for Clara with regard to some of the aliens she meets in this episode. (However, the translation feature of the TARDIS has occasionally failed before, mostly for comic effect; I'm thinking particularly of the Hath in 2008's "The Doctor's Daughter.") It seems like Clara will turn out be some kind of temporal paradox or anomaly, and we've seen the TARDIS react badly to such things before: For example, encountering Captain Jack Harkness in "Utopia," it traveled to the end of the universe itself in an effort to shake him off.

Comment by Leno Tredits on April 13, 2013 at 3:53pm

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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 | Watch Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8

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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 given showrunner Steven Moffat's fondness for building in connections and references between episodes, I wouldn't bet on it, but the story of the Doctor's Matt Smith new companion, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), is following a very similar trajectory as those of two of his previous fellow travelers. Just as happened with Rose in 2005 and Amy in 2010, when Clara tells the Doctor that for her first trip into time and space, she wants to see "something awesome," she finds herself being whisked away from present-day Earth to a fantastical adventure in a weird alien environment.

Last week I expressed the expectation that this episode would be a standalone story, separate from the ongoing season arc plot. I was partially right: There's certainly no sign of the Great Intelligence, the behind-the-scenes adversary of "The Bells of Saint John." But the Doctor is now fully engaged with the mystery of Clara, and the pre-titles sequence shows him digging through the story of her life. He travels back to observe the meeting of her parents, a chance occurrence as Ellie (Nicola Sian) saves Dave (Michael Dixon) from a hit-and-run accident. He checks in at various points as their daughter grows up, culminating with him observing a 16-year-old Clara standing with her father over Ellie's grave (nice costume and makeup work to turn Coleman back into a teenager for that scene, by the way). But to his bafflement, the Doctor can find nothing to connect this girl with the 19th-century Clara he met in "The Snowmen" or with Oswin from "Asylum of the Daleks."

Eventually, we're going to have to start getting some answers about what's going on with Clara, but as the final brooding shot of the Doctor indicates, at this point both he and we are still in the dark. We do get some further possible clues in this episode though. At one point, the TARDIS refuses to open for Clara, and she gets the feeling that it doesn't like her. It may also be significant that the language-translation feature of the TARDIS doesn't seem to be working for Clara with regard to some of the aliens she meets in this episode. (However, the translation feature of the TARDIS has occasionally failed before, mostly for comic effect; I'm thinking particularly of the Hath in 2008's "The Doctor's Daughter.") It seems like Clara will turn out be some kind of temporal paradox or anomaly, and we've seen the TARDIS react badly to such things before: For example, encountering Captain Jack Harkness in "Utopia," it traveled to the end of the universe itself in an effort to shake him off.

Comment by Leno Tredits on April 13, 2013 at 3:53pm

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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 given showrunner Steven Moffat's fondness for building in connections and references between episodes, I wouldn't bet on it, but the story of the Doctor's Matt Smith new companion, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), is following a very similar trajectory as those of two of his previous fellow travelers. Just as happened with Rose in 2005 and Amy in 2010, when Clara tells the Doctor that for her first trip into time and space, she wants to see "something awesome," she finds herself being whisked away from present-day Earth to a fantastical adventure in a weird alien environment.

Last week I expressed the expectation that this episode would be a standalone story, separate from the ongoing season arc plot. I was partially right: There's certainly no sign of the Great Intelligence, the behind-the-scenes adversary of "The Bells of Saint John." But the Doctor is now fully engaged with the mystery of Clara, and the pre-titles sequence shows him digging through the story of her life. He travels back to observe the meeting of her parents, a chance occurrence as Ellie (Nicola Sian) saves Dave (Michael Dixon) from a hit-and-run accident. He checks in at various points as their daughter grows up, culminating with him observing a 16-year-old Clara standing with her father over Ellie's grave (nice costume and makeup work to turn Coleman back into a teenager for that scene, by the way). But to his bafflement, the Doctor can find nothing to connect this girl with the 19th-century Clara he met in "The Snowmen" or with Oswin from "Asylum of the Daleks."

Eventually, we're going to have to start getting some answers about what's going on with Clara, but as the final brooding shot of the Doctor indicates, at this point both he and we are still in the dark. We do get some further possible clues in this episode though. At one point, the TARDIS refuses to open for Clara, and she gets the feeling that it doesn't like her. It may also be significant that the language-translation feature of the TARDIS doesn't seem to be working for Clara with regard to some of the aliens she meets in this episode. (However, the translation feature of the TARDIS has occasionally failed before, mostly for comic effect; I'm thinking particularly of the Hath in 2008's "The Doctor's Daughter.") It seems like Clara will turn out be some kind of temporal paradox or anomaly, and we've seen the TARDIS react badly to such things before: For example, encountering Captain Jack Harkness in "Utopia," it traveled to the end of the universe itself in an effort to shake him off.

Comment by Leno Tredits on April 13, 2013 at 3:53pm

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Doctor Who Season 7 Episode 8 given showrunner Steven Moffat's fondness for building in connections and references between episodes, I wouldn't bet on it, but the story of the Doctor's Matt Smith new companion, Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), is following a very similar trajectory as those of two of his previous fellow travelers. Just as happened with Rose in 2005 and Amy in 2010, when Clara tells the Doctor that for her first trip into time and space, she wants to see "something awesome," she finds herself being whisked away from present-day Earth to a fantastical adventure in a weird alien environment.

Last week I expressed the expectation that this episode would be a standalone story, separate from the ongoing season arc plot. I was partially right: There's certainly no sign of the Great Intelligence, the behind-the-scenes adversary of "The Bells of Saint John." But the Doctor is now fully engaged with the mystery of Clara, and the pre-titles sequence shows him digging through the story of her life. He travels back to observe the meeting of her parents, a chance occurrence as Ellie (Nicola Sian) saves Dave (Michael Dixon) from a hit-and-run accident. He checks in at various points as their daughter grows up, culminating with him observing a 16-year-old Clara standing with her father over Ellie's grave (nice costume and makeup work to turn Coleman back into a teenager for that scene, by the way). But to his bafflement, the Doctor can find nothing to connect this girl with the 19th-century Clara he met in "The Snowmen" or with Oswin from "Asylum of the Daleks."

Eventually, we're going to have to start getting some answers about what's going on with Clara, but as the final brooding shot of the Doctor indicates, at this point both he and we are still in the dark. We do get some further possible clues in this episode though. At one point, the TARDIS refuses to open for Clara, and she gets the feeling that it doesn't like her. It may also be significant that the language-translation feature of the TARDIS doesn't seem to be working for Clara with regard to some of the aliens she meets in this episode. (However, the translation feature of the TARDIS has occasionally failed before, mostly for comic effect; I'm thinking particularly of the Hath in 2008's "The Doctor's Daughter.") It seems like Clara will turn out be some kind of temporal paradox or anomaly, and we've seen the TARDIS react badly to such things before: For example, encountering Captain Jack Harkness in "Utopia," it traveled to the end of the universe itself in an effort to shake him off.

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