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The Landlord or Landlord (Knock Knock) Edit

Currently, all the links to the page for David Suchet's character are The Landlord, but is this correct? In the lead-up to Knock Knock, I had assumed that "The Landlord" would end up being a Time Lord and that "The Landlord" was just his renegade title similar to The Doctor, The Master, or The Acupuncturist, but upon watching the episode none of this seems to be the case at all. Suchet plays an unnamed landlord: Landlord (Knock Knock).

He might have said something along the lines of "I am the landlord", but is that any more important than the many times he called himself "father"? CoT ? 03:18, May 7, 2017 (UTC)

This is a solid point. His role isn't as a mysterious figure choosing the name "The Landlord," but as a landlord who hasn't been named.
HOWEVER, the page should still be linked as The Landlord for two reasons. First off, it's the name given in the credits. Second, it's the option that is much shorter and easier on the eyes. The distinction that should be make is that Suchet's character should never be reffered to as "The Landlord" in any in-universe text, in the same sense that Emojibot should be linked as Emoji robots from the future, Anthony Eden should be linked as Eden, and Struwwelpeter should be linked as a book. OS25 (Talk) 03:37, May 7, 2017 (UTC)
Actually, if I heard correctly, in Eliza calls him "John" towards the end of the episode, so the name of the article (or at least a redirect) should be John (Knock Knock). OncomingStorm12th 03:50, May 7, 2017 (UTC)

Binaural Version Edit

Where should the binaural version of this episode be mentioned and is it worth writing about the exclusive headphone demonstration at the beginning of it? Scoobydooman90001 13:50, May 7, 2017 (UTC)

Location? Edit

In the "Location" section it says this:

The Doctor mentions the Deathtrees of Souta Four and the Carnivorous Forest on Enflusis when questioning as to where the Dryads might have originated.

The thing is I just checked the entire script twice, and found no mention of neither "Deathtrees of Souta Four" or "Carnivorous Forest on Enflusis". --DCLM 22:32, May 9, 2017 (UTC)

I second that. I've watched the whole episode from the moment the Doctor sees the lice for the first time. I could not find these references. Amorkuz 00:11, May 10, 2017 (UTC)
I think what's being referenced is a deleted line/scene. It's quoted here on the BBC website, so I guess an editor presumed it could be found in the episode itself. "There's stories on other planets… The Deathtrees of Souta Four, the Carniverous Forest on Enflusis – maybe it's these creatures…" From what I understand from you two, the Doctor does not in fact say this in the finished episode.
× SOTO (//) 05:42, May 10, 2017 (UTC)
Should this line have a mention in "Story notes" as being from a deleted scene? --DCLM 07:33, May 10, 2017 (UTC)

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