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episode numberEdit

I changed the episode reference to "broadcast" episodes - reason being that some count Shada (6 unbroadcast episodes), Resurrection of the Daleks was broadcast as 2 and re-edited to 4, and The Five Doctors was broadcast as one and released as four on video. I assume that the total is based on that. Jack's the man 20:27, 6 September 2007 (UTC)

Uncredited cast Edit

I've moved the uncredited cast to the talk page until they can be properly sourced (not IMDB). Shambala108 23:49, October 16, 2012 (UTC)

Plot Hole? Edit

I noticed a plot hole last time I watched this episode - In the cold open, Ma yells at Pa for lying to the system about having three passengers in order to access the fast lane when there are just the two of them on board. But when the Doctor suggests to the Businessman (guy in the bowler) that they lie about having three passengers in order to access the fast lane, the Businessman says that the controls would lock if he tried. This is a plot hole, yes? And if so, do we make reference to those on the page? Not under production errors, obviously, but somewhere. TARDIStraveler 10:54, September 27, 2013 (UTC)

There is a whole section of the wiki for placing plot holes. It's outside the main namespace, but you can access it from the top bar on each page. It's called "Theories". Your specific example would go at Theory:Doctor Who television discontinuity and plot holes/Gridlock. Shambala108 14:05, September 27, 2013 (UTC)
Hm... I've been posting on this site for over a year and I'm still finding new stuff. Thanks Shambala :) TARDIStraveler 14:06, September 27, 2013 (UTC)
One thing I forgot to mention is that on each story page, there is a link to that story's discontinuity page. It's in a little box usually located near the production errors. So if you want the place in general you can use the bar at the top of the page, but if you want a specific story, it's easier to find it from its story page. Shambala108 14:11, September 27, 2013 (UTC)

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