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Amy is a Ganger! - Doctor Who - Almost People - Series 6 - BBC03:07

Amy is a Ganger! - Doctor Who - Almost People - Series 6 - BBC

Amy Pond gives birth to Melody. (TV: The Almost People)

Birth, also called childbirth, was the start of one's life, (TV: Listen, To the Last Man) and a moment that no one remembered. (TV: Heaven Sent) During the process, a mother would be instructed to push, and a baby would be produced thereafter (TV: The Almost People, A Good Man Goes to War) from her womb. (TV: The Lost Boy) This was a painful process. (TV: The Almost People, PROSE: Prologue) Some, such as Howarth's wife and Agatha Ellis' mother, died in childbirth. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy, Curtain Call) For years afterwards, birthdays were celebrated on the anniversary of one's birth. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy, COMIC: Party Animals)

According to Sarah Jane Smith, any human who was born had a navel, but Luke Smith did not, as he was grown by the Bane. (TV: Invasion of the Bane, The Lost Boy) He also consequently had no birthday. (TV: Secrets of the Stars)

In 2011, five hundred thousand people were born on Earth every day. (TV: The New World) According to Missy, human beings were born dying. (TV: Death in Heaven) Mercy Hartigan commented that "man that is born of woman hath but a short time to live." (TV: The Next Doctor) The Ninth Doctor explained to Rose Tyler that a time traveller could die centuries before they were even born. (TV: The Unquiet Dead)

Nancy was young enough to give birth at age fifteen or sixteen, but it was not socially acceptable at the time. (TV: The Doctor Dances)

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An Adipose is born. (TV: Partners in Crime)

For Adipose, birth meant the conversion of a host's fat into an Adipose baby. In 2009, ten thousand Adipose were born in London, and a nursery ship came to collect them. (TV: Partners in Crime)

When Chris Cwej once found a xenopornographic magazine in one of the TARDIS' guest rooms, he was reminded of what he saw inside when he saw a gynoid giving birth. (PROSE: Christmas on a Rational Planet)

It was a crime among Magellans to have a child. When Aphrodite Diamante's parent gave birth to her, it was punished by being split in two, each half being put in a different time zone on Earth. (PROSE: Emotional Chemistry)

As Arboretans existed partly outside of time, when one died, their consciousness travelled back to their birth and they lived their life over again, trying to fix mistakes they had made until they achieved the best life possible. They called this "the path of perfection". (PROSE: Festival of Death)

Birth certificates and other forms of record were often kept of a person's birth. (TV: Ghost Machine, The Unicorn and the Wasp, The Long Game, End of the Road) Susan Foreman had a forged birth certificate during her time on Earth in the 1960s. (PROSE: Time and Relative) Satellite Five had access to the birth certificates, shopping habits and bank statements of everyone on Earth, but they could not find any information on the Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler. (TV: The Long Game) In 1926, Professor Gerald Peach found Arnold Golightly's birth certificate, confirming his suspicions that he was Clemency Eddison's son. (TV: The Unicorn and the Wasp)

Clara Oswin Oswald claimed to have been born behind the clock face of Big Ben, accounting for her acute sense of time. (TV: The Snowmen)

In 1941, a teenaged Nancy gave birth to Jamie, but due to her age, she pretended to be his sister. (TV: The Doctor Dances)

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Melody Pond, shortly after having been born. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)

For the entire time that Amy Pond was pregnant, she was in fact replaced by a Ganger in her travels with the Eleventh Doctor, while she was truly on Demons Run in the 52nd century. When she was "ready to pop", the Doctor melted her Ganger body, and her consciousness returned to Demons Run, where she gave birth to Melody. (TV: The Almost People) Baby Melody was stolen by Madame Kovarian shortly after birth, as a weapon against the Doctor. (TV: A Good Man Goes to War)

In 2011, during the Miracle Day crisis, fifty percent of abortions did not successfully kill fetuses, and so many were born with major geneetic defects. India and mainline China put contraceptives in the water supply. (TV: Dead of Night)

When Adam Wicks was born in the 22nd century, his father Jimmy drank about eight pints of tea, and burst out laughing when he was told he had a boy. (TV: The Rebel Flesh)

Thomas and Valerie Brannigan's kits were born on the Motorway in 5,000,000,053, as they couldn't stop. (TV: Gridlock)

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