- Because she's alive. She talks to Darius and even laughs at him, so she's not a normal car. She's sentient and not-Human, so she's an Alien or Enemy, even though she's actually neither of these. 08:42, November 22, 2009 (UTC)
"Only two multi-parters are confirmed: an initial three-part story leading off the season, and a five-chapter story concluding it; this is the first 5-part story the Who franchise has seen since the Third Doctor era. "
- Yep, Torchwood counts alright. Corrected. Digifiend 16:48, April 24, 2010 (UTC)
Airdates need correcting Edit
Looks like the airdates for the episodes use the Channel 5 broadcast dates for the UK debut. They should be using the Disney XD dates, shouldn't they? 184.108.40.206 18:00, February 25, 2011 (UTC)
The episode table Edit
Shouldn't the formatting for multi-part stories be more like the system used for Doctor Who so the table would look like this?
|Pt. 1: Regeneration|
Pt. 2: Liberation
Pt. 3: The Korven
|Reintroduction and final appearance of K9 Mark I. First appearances of K9 Mark 2, Starkey, Jorjie Turner, Darius Pike, Alistair Gryffen, June Turner, The Department, CCPCs and the Jixen. |
First appearances of Drake and Thorne.
First appearance of the Korven.
|Pt. 1: Mind Snap|
Pt. 2: Angel of the North
Pt. 3: The Last Precinct
Pt. 4: Hound of the Korven
Pt. 5: The Eclipse of the Korven
|Reintroduction of the Korven.|
Deaths of Thorne and Lomax.
This is just a little mock-up example though because Doctor Who usually has the same writer and director for each episode of a multi-part story while this doesn't, so yeah this is just an example. The Light6 04:07, April 21, 2011 (UTC)