Is ashildr really a villain Edit
We know that "They" is a real villain. and she was under blackmail to do everything she did and she was sorry for everything.– The preceding unsigned comment was added by NarnianAslan1 (talk • contribs) 18:35, November 22, 2015.
- We don't really know if it was blackmail, though. And the regret didn't kick in until everything went pear-shaped (or, rather, Clara-shaped). If you'll pardon the James Bond analogy, she may not be the Oberhauser in this "Bond film", but she's definitely the Mr. White. 220.127.116.11talk to me 21:31, November 26, 2015 (UTC)
Star Wars/BTTF easter eggEdit
There is a poster at 25:14 that has something written in aurebesh (the star wars alphabet). When transliterated it reads "DELOREAN," and there is a giant flux capacitor symbol next to it. Nice little nod to star wars and the other popular time travelling franchise. Especially because at the time of production,Star wars leaks and the Back to the future day were big deals. IthinkIwannaLeiaWaddaUthink? 23:18, November 23, 2015 (UTC)
It might be a violation of how things are usually handled, but now that the script for Face the Raven has been officially released by the BBC I went ahead and added some preemptive notes in the Discontinuity discussion section. Although it's what we see on screen that counts for this wiki (per precedent of the "P.S." deleted scene), the script does actually clear up several major continuity points so it saves having to speculate. 18.104.22.168talk to me 21:29, November 26, 2015 (UTC)
Isnt this a three parter Edit
- Wikipedia refers to it as a seperate story to the two-part Heaven Sent/Hell Bent finale, both on the "list of Doctor Who serials" page and on the episode's individual page. It also explicitly refers to HS/HB as a two-part finale on several different pages. The BBC also referred to Heaven Sent/Hell Bent as the finale on their writersroom website. In terms of in-universe evidence for it being a three-parter, I don't think FTR links in with the finale any more than, say, The Rebel Flesh/The Almost People link in with A Good Man Goes to War. I'm not saying they definitely aren't a three-parter, or that they don't form a loose story arc, but there's no explicit evidence for it and all other sources are against it. Someone feel free to debate me on this, or point me in the direction of a debate that's already happened. KingOrokos ☎ 14:16, January 3, 2016 (UTC)
- I believe our current policy is this (and someone please correct me if I'm wrong): different authors, different stories. Thus Face the Raven is not the start of a three-parter. It's as simple as that. --Bold Clone 19:30, January 3, 2016 (UTC)
- -; I was so sad when Clara died. *sniff* But as we know, all good things must come to an end, and Clara was definitely a good thing. And NOW the Doctor doesn't even remember her! Waaaa! I almost cried....
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