Perhaps I'm being a bit picky, but if Clara wasn't travelling with the Doctor, and more importantly, not taking part in the episode's events, doesn't that disqualify her as companion of the episode, like the previous week? --184.108.40.206talk to me 22:07, November 1, 2015 (UTC)
Previous two episodes are a two-parter? Edit
"another opportunity for the Doctor to reflect on his mortality, a theme which now appears to be limited to two-parters only, having been absent from the previous two episodes."
Isn't this factually incorrect? The Girl Who Died/The Woman Who Lived (the previous two episodes) were indeed a two-parter. Sure the plot did differ quite a bit, but they have the same story code.
- That's a discussion to be had on the other page. I would say that two stories being produced together does not make them a two-parter -- if what you've said is true. OS25 (talk to me, baby.) 03:49, November 6, 2015 (UTC)
- I removed the statement in question, not because of this two-part of not two-part question, but because it was simply incorrect.--Skittles the hog - talk 12:06, November 6, 2015 (UTC)
Where was Osgood?
The Doctor didn't fly to Truth or Consequences. He was in Turzmenistan with a UNIT Commander and her men; he found Osgood in the basement of the church after the UNIT soldiers were killed.
Synopsis removed Edit
I've removed part of the synopsis for this episode because it was copied from the BBC website with just a few changes made in the wording. Per Tardis:Plagiarism, we require original content on this site. A synopsis only needs about three sentences describing the basic idea of the episode. Shambala108 ☎ 01:35, December 1, 2016 (UTC)