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Next Episode: ‘The Wedding of River Song’ written by Steven Moffat

Last updated: Friday

This upcoming episode of Doctor Who premières Saturday October1st at 7:10 on BBC One. It is entitled ‘The Wedding of River Song’ and is written by Steven Moffat. As described on the episode page on the Official BBC Website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/dw/news/bulletin_110924_02/The_Wedding_of_River_Song)

The Doctor makes his final journey to Lake Silencio, knowing that only his death can keep the universe safe…

In this highly-anticipated and epic finale of this season we can expect to see pyramids, Stetsons, Churchill, the Silence, chess, Daleks, the Salurians, strange pterodactyl creatures, and eye patches galore!!!

Throughout the week I will be bringing you updated info on this upcoming episode, and will for episodes to come.


Arthur Darvill Introduces ‘The Wedding of River Song’:



The ‘Next Time’ trailer from after ‘Closing Time’:



Prequel for ‘The Wedding of River Song’:



Episode Teasers:

(these are not spoilers)

- A suprisingly simple tale, told in a clever way.

- Answers many questions even from back in Matt’s first season, but not without bringing forth some new ones.

- Many, many good special effect sequences!

- The ‘Live Chess’ has nothing to do with Harry Potter ;D

- Wi-fi comes in handy.

- Return of an old look for the Doctor.

- There are some unexpected (truely unexpected) returnings of chracters.

- There is a really moving tribute to an old friend.

- The eyepatches are explained.

- A truely ambitous, unique, funny, suprising, emotional, and visually stunning episode that is sure to keep you engaged.


Promo Pics:


Behind the Scenes:

Behind the Scences with Confidential on the set of ‘The Wedding of River Song’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=phQYUuGHn6Y


Next Episode: ‘Closing Time’ written by Gareth Roberts

Last Updated: Friday September 23, 2011

The upcoming episode of Doctor Who premières Saturday 17th at 7:10 on BBC One. This episode is entitled ‘Closing Time’ and is written by Gareth Roberts. As described on the Official BBC Website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/dw/news/bulletin_110917_03)

Closing Time promises to be an absolute treat of an adventure. Written by Gareth Roberts (The Lodger) it sees the return of the Doctor’s old friend, Craig, as well as the Cybermen! With Craig back as well as being written by Roberts the episode is bound to be much like ‘The Lodger’ with a couple scares and plentiful funny lines.

This Episode is sure to be full of Cybermen, shop workers, aliens, toys, and Craig?!

As described by Gareth Roberts in a recent interview (read below), he believes that the Cybermen will be at their scariest in this episode as they will be lurking in the shadows like in the 60s episodes. He believes this feeling of the history of Doctor Who will bring a nice end to the season.

Throughout the week I will be bringing you updated info on this upcoming episode, and will for episodes to come.


Episode Preview Clips:

Preview Clip 1:


Preview Clip 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_9SzIEAKjSw


Episode Teasers:

(these are NOT SPOILERS, there’s a difference)

- Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill are still in the opening credits.

- Baby talk returns.

- Doctor shows fondness for a former companion.

- The Eleventh Doctor will not be in tweed…

- Doomsday reference!!!

- There are a couple of good scares.

- Last few scenes are awesomely EPIC and big plot question is finally answered!!!


I don’t know if I would call this video spoiler free…SO DON’T WATCH IF YOU DON’T WANT SPOILERS!!!!!!



The trailer that followed ‘The God Complex’:



Episode Trailer New from BBC One: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHB-iT7QpIM&feature=grec_index


An introduction to the upcoming episode from Denise Paul:                                     http://www.youtube.com/watch?NR=1&v=KLQX0e-aqtg


Interview with episode writer Gerath Roberts has been posted on the Official BBC Website:

To read the full interview: http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/dw/news/bulletin_110917_02

Interview Highlights:

- The episode takes place 200 years after The God Complex – for the Doctor anyway.

- All of the bits that we saw at the beginning of ‘Impossible Astronaut’ where the Doctor is dancing in the black and white video are the things that the Doctor has been doing lately.

- Roberts describes it as interesting that the Doctor has the two extremities of River and Craig in his life - River is so complex and mysterious and Craig is so straightforward and uncomplicated.

- Craig and Sophie have now got a baby, and he is finding it hard being a dad.

- It was Robert’s idea to include the Cybermen in this episode, since there were no other returning monsters in this series as the main antagonists. Robert’s thought there should be a sense of history about the Doctor’s final battle to save Earth before he heads off to meet his death.

- Roberts: “As for future Doctor Who on TV - well, as far as I know, the Doctor dies in episode 13, so we’ll have to wait and see.” D:


Promo Images:

More promo images avaliable to view at: http://doctorwhotv.co.uk/doctor-who-closing-time-pics-26170.htm

The Doctor and the Cybermen



Behind the Scenes:

Matt Smith and James Corden with Confidential Clip 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QnsFe8OAXrk

Matt Smith and James Corden with Confidential Clip 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIlJa-u3-20

Matt Smith and James Corden with Confidential Clip 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvk6RleiDvQ&feature=player_embedded


Next Episode: ‘The God Complex’ written by Toby Whithouse

Last Updated: Saturday September 17, 2011

The next episode of Doctor Who premières Saturday 17th at 7:10 on BBC One. The episode is entitled ‘The God Complex’ and is written by Toby Whithouse. As described on the Official BBC Website (http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/dw/news/bulletin_110910_03/If_You_Cant_Wait_for_The_God_Complex) The trio finds themselves in a strange and sinister hotel with a terrifying mystery… and monsters! The God Complex co-stars David Williams and promises to be one of the creepiest stories of the year!

In this episode, which is described by Arthur Darvill to be paced very much like a movie, we can be expected to see ventriloquist dummies that move on their own, clowns (with red balloons of course ;D), strange voices coming from a radio box, minotaurs, mole people, mirrors, crystal chandeliers, and a strange, chilling hotel with a room for everyone…

Throughout the week I will be bringing you updated info on this upcoming episode, and will for episodes to come.


First, the trailer which followed this week’s episode ‘The Girl Who Waited’:



Preview Clips for ‘The God Complex’

Clip 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=8hKVX0gUd8k

Clip 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=CEPMTpRf91w

Clip 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=MLMHcQXH9U0


David Walliams Introduces ‘The God Complex’:



Promotional Images for ‘The God Complex’:


Arthur Darvill on ‘The God Complex’:



Special 2 Minute look at ‘The God Complex’:

(this was from way back when they were slowly introducing info about season 6 part 2 during the 2 months we had to wait…)



Episode Quotes and Teasers

(these are ‘teasers’ not ‘spoilers’, there is a difference)

Episode Quotes:

“Here comes a candle to light you to bed…And here comes a chopper to chop off your head.”

THE DOCTOR: “You’ve been here two days. What’s ‘He’ waiting for?”
JOE: “We weren’t ready. We were still raw.”
THE DOCTOR: “But now you’re what? Cooked?”
JOE: “If you like. And soon you will be, too. Be patient. First, find your room.”
THE DOCTOR: “My room?”
JOE: “There’s a room here for everyone, Doctor. Even you. And in it is the very worst thing in the galaxy.”

Bring me death. Bring me glory.
My master, my lord, I’m here.
Bring me death. Bring me glory.
He has promised me a glorious death.
Give into me now, I want him to know my devotion.
Praise him.
Praise him.
Let his name be the last thing I hear.
Let his breath on my skin be the last thing I feel.

His love was a beacon that led me from darkness to light.
And now I am blinded by his majesty.
Humbled by his glory.
Praise… Him.”

Episode Teasers:

- It has been confirmed by ‘Radio Times’ that Caitlin Blackwood will again be present in her role as young Amelia Pond. Possibly a clue as to what is in Amy’s room???

- We will encounter Weeping Angels, as seen in the episode trailer.

- Every room contains someone’s fear hence there being a room for everyone.

- Rory has a mop…tehe


Interview with Toby Whithouse on ‘The God Complex’ (from official BBC Website):

Highlighted Points of the Interview:

- Initially this episode was intended for the previous series.

- Developed it from a one-line pitch from Steven: “The Doctor and Amy are stranded in a hotel, and the corridors and rooms keep shifting, so that they’re completely lost”.

- It’s [Whithouse’s] third Doctor Who and it’s the one [he] love the most, by far. It’s beautifully directed by Nick Hurran - a genuinely wonderful piece of work. [Hurran’s] imbued this bland domestic setting with genuine terror and creepiness. And the cast are brilliant without exception. It slightly reminds [Whithouse] of Sapphire and Steel - a bonkers sci-fi show from [his] youth that [he] loved.

- It looks like in this episode the basic fear of being lost will be cleverly combined into the setting of a strange old hotel to make a truly chilling episode. Can’t wait!

Read the full interview here:



Behind the Scenes- ‘The God Complex’:

Matt Smith, Karen Gillan, and David Walliams Behind the Scenes with Confidential: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7-m8g6cB1Y4&feature

Matt Smith with Confidential on set of ‘The God Complex’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6ceaGBk5eQg&feature=player_embedded