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Doctor Who: 704 “The Power of Three” Advance Review

Reviewed by Benjamin Tavener (Creator & Editor of GeographyBase)

Warning! While I have not included any large plot twists in my review, spoilerphobes should read ahead at their own risk!

One phrase that I would use to describe “The Power of Three” is “Calm before the storm”. I know this sounds very clichéd, but this one really is an exciting ‘running down corridors‘ episode in which the Ponds have their last ‘fun’ adventure with the Doctor.

In my honest opinion, this episode is one of the best this series. This is because unlike the last two episodes, “The Power of Three” is a perfect balance of adventure and emotion and is a success on so many levels. Although it’s the least “Hollywood-style” episode this series, its claustrophobic focus on the Pond’s life with the Doctor seems to draw you in. If you want to find out more about the dark horse episode of the series, then just carry on reading and get ready to get cubed…

This week’s episode, “The Power of Three” begins with a narration from Amy Pond, which is joined by a visually stunning montage of all of Amy’s adventures with the Doctor from “The Eleventh Hour” right up until last week’s, “A Town called Mercy”. We then learn that it is decision time for Amy and Rory and that the time has finally come to choose between a life with a Madman in a Box or a life of nursing and travel journalism. Which would you choose? The Ponds then wake up one summer’s morning to find themselves in, in the Doctor’s words, ‘the invasion of the very small cubes’. The episode develops when UNIT break into the Pond’s residence in search of the Doctor who is greeted by a somewhat familiar woman. It then develops into a waiting game, whilst the Doctor is living with Brian and the Ponds. Although the Doctor struggles to adapt to human life, it is nothing that a quick game on their Nintendo Wii can’t sort out. The plot climaxes when they discover that the Cubes have been waiting dormant, preparing to destroy the human race before they colonise.

The acting in this episode is once again phenomenal. Matt Smith gives one of his most comedic performances as the Doctor to date. Although saying this, he also gives a very strong emotional performance. For example, this is most evident in a scene in which he asks Amy whether she is thinking of stopping travelling with him. After last week, I didn’t think Matt Smith could get any better. Oh wait a minute, he just did! Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill are once again on top form and work really well here to show the Doctor that they have a life outside of his.

Also returning this week is Mark Williams who portrays Brian Williams (or Pond) as a much more adventurous character to the extent that  he even produces his own vlog about the slow invasion. Finally, a new addition to the cast is Jemma Redgrave who plays Kate Stewart. Although she doesn’t clock up loads of screen time, she does well with what she has and immediately flows alongside the Eleventh Doctor.

The direction in “The Power of Three” is very different. I do, however, mean this in the best of ways. Douglas Mackinnon uses lots of news reports and TV extracts which emphasises the Earth setting and is very much reminiscent of other Earth invasion stories, such as “The Poison Sky” and “The Stolen Earth”. The director also uses nice  smooth transitions between scenes. Most noticeably, Mackinnon directs one of the most humorous montages in Doctor Who. This montage shows the Doctor doing every single chore for Amy and Rory (fence painting, hoovering, fixing the car etc) to keep himself busy and relieve his boredom. This brilliant direction bodes well for Mackinnon’s return to Doctor Who next year.

In terms of the music, most of the tracks heard in the episode are ones written for previous series 7 episodes. In particular, most are taken from “Dinosaurs on a Spaceship”. However, I must say that I was very impressed to see them used in the right situations and although re-used they definitely suit the tone of these scenes. This said, however, Murray Gold has created a couple of new tracks which are both incredibly emotional and stereotypical sci-fi. For example, the main “Cubed” theme is both very atmospheric and lively.

My only real criticism of “The Power of Three” is the fact that the main alien threat, the Shakri, are presented with a total screentime of less than 5 minutes and this leads to a rushed resolution. However, I liked the fact that it is “Slow Invasion”, because this gave us lots of time for emotional development scenes between the three main characters. Although the cubes are not the main focus of the episode, I believe that the tears welling up at about 14 minutes in is worth the odd compromise here and there.

As per the past three weeks, there is a minimal change to the opening sequence in “The Power of Three”. This week, the Doctor Who logo seems to have been cubed as you can see dozens of cubes within the letters. This obviously represents the Cubes and re-affirms the theme of the number three which is a constant presence throughout the episode. Just after the episode title appears, the TARDIS materialises into a violet coloured vortex, perhaps representing the magical life with the Doctor which they cannot resist.

The main theme of this week’s episode is friendship and although presented as unbreakable in this episode, it is foreshadowed on many occasions that next week might just be the week we have all been dreading, the fall of the Ponds.

In conclusion, this episode is a fun penultimate episode for the Ponds and has done its utmost to make the characters of Amy and Rory so loveable. Although I was slightly disappointed by the alien threat, this was re-placed by a true heartfelt drama, one which will make next week’s episode even more heart-breaking. Well done Chris Chibnall, you have taught us that you can combine emotion with adventure to create one of the best episodes ever made.

Best Quote: (The Doctor):’ I’m not running away! But this is one corner, of one country, in one continent, on one planet, which is the corner of the galaxy, which is the corner of a universe, that is for ever growing and shrinking and creating and destroying and never remaining the same for a single millisecond. And there is so much. So much to see Amy!’

Episode Rating:  10/10

Essential Info:

UK Airdate: 22nd September 2012 (BBC One & BBC One HD)

Written by Chris Chibnall   Directed by Douglas Mackinnon

Cast: Matt Smith (The Doctor), Karen Gillan (Amy Pond), Arthur Darvill (Rory Pond-Williams), Mark Williams (Brian Williams), Jemma Redgrave (Kate Stewart), Steven Berkoff (Shakri), Selva Rasalingam (Ranjit), Alice O’Connell (Laura), Peter Cartwright (Arnold Underwood), David Beck (Orderly 1), Daniel Beck (Orderly 2), David Hartley (UNIT Researcher)

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  • The Beholder

    Ah. It has arrived :D

    Loved reading this, and has got me 10x more excited to the episode :O

  • You_Will_Obey_Me

    Fasten your seatbelts and get your Anti-Troll Fluid Neutralisers ready. It’s gonna be a bumpy ride.

    • The Wrinkled Guy Victorious

      Anti-Troll Fluid Neutralisers ??????
      Sonic Blasters and Sontaran Swagger SticksXD
      Trolls Stay Away!!!

    • The Beholder

      Oh dear….

      Better get the wibbly screwdriver..

      *Grabs wibbly screwdriver from pocket*

    • The Beholder

      The troll appears to be sleeping…

      If we can just move back without it realising, we might be able to escape…

      *Walks slowly backwards. Walks into wrench on the floor*

      Troll: “Eggs!”

  • thelenne

    A ten out of ten? I’m realy looking forward to this episode…

  • You_Will_Obey_Me

    O_O The Doctor on the Nintendo Wii…

    • DalekNeb

      hopefully he doesnt play return to earth

      • The Beholder

        “Ah. Return To Earth, looks interesting. Lets, just have a little look…”

        *Game loads*

        “AHHHHHH!” *Throws remote at screen*

      • EternalDoctor

        “Ooh look, Return to Earth. Time for some real adventure.”

        Two minutes later – Opens front door, chucks the game fiercely out of the door – “And stay out!”

        • The Beholder

          Correction

          *Chucks the TV fiercely out*

          XD

      • IAmTheDoctor

        At least they don’t have a PS3. Then they’d play The Eternity Clock.
        “Look, Amy! Your daughter keeps glitching!”

    • Kahler-Jex

      He’ll probably cheat with a sonic screwdriver haha

      • You_Will_Obey_Me

        Imagine him using the Sonic Screwdriver Wii remote…

        • http://about.me/adamtowers Adam Towers

          Just as long as he doesn’t play the doctor who wii games, not because of breaking the fourth wall – they’re just sh*te…

  • EternalDoctor

    Ahh… my old enemy. So we meet again!

    *Waves sonic screwdriver – Move away trolls, I’m armed!

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/TEHEmmie Marlena

    Well thank the Universe that this week is going past quickly! I can’t wait any longer for this incredible episode :D

    • Pdurston

      This week is actually doing two things: Being slow whilst going a bit quickly as well. :D

      • The Beholder

        :O

        Now that you mention it, days have actually been flying recently :O

        How???

  • You_Will_Obey_Me

    10/10… My excitement just quadrupled. And I was very excited beforehand…

  • IAmTheDoctor

    Excellent review! :D

    Odd to hear the Doctor goes on the Wii, but I can imagine it now: “Look, Ponds! I made Mii’s of us all! Mii’s are cool!”

    • The Beholder

      Rory’s mii: Long nose
      Amy’s mii: Long legs
      The Doctors mii: A bowtie and tweed suit

      Amy: “How did you even give it a suit anyway?”
      The Doctor: “I speak mii….”
      Amy: “Now come on!”

      • You_Will_Obey_Me

        AMY: And what in the name of sanity is that?
        DOCTOR: It’s a Sea Devil. And that’s the Master. And there’s–
        AMY: What have you done?!
        *the ugliest Mii one can imagine*
        DOCTOR: I edited yours.
        AMY: Oh, don’t be so childish.

        • The Beholder

          XD

      • The Artist

        He used his sonic screwdriver, of course.

        If he was bored enough, it would be a nice touch to see him make miis of all his incarnations…

        • FirstDoctor42

          I’ve done that before.

          • The Artist

            *looks at your avatar*

            Of course, I would assume that you have… Or maybe it is that you will? (Timey-wimey…)

    • The Artist

      Oh! An Ood mii!
      What an interesting thought….

  • TheStranger

    Great review, Benjamin. Since Dinosaurs proved Chris Chibnall can write good stories, I’m anticipating The Power of Three to improve on last time.

  • Peripherus

    10/10…. OMG!

  • EternalDoctor

    This is so extremely exciting! Nothing can destroy its glory! I will even go to the extent of uttering these words: “Guaranteed smiles and adventures!”

    That’s right. I’m confident that I’ll love and relish this episode. 3!

  • Eternalite

    Saturday! Can you come any faster!?

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ dalekjack

    Not gonna read this yet (bit of a spoilerphobe). I’ll read it when I’ve seen the episode and see if I agree.

  • http://twitter.com/zocalouk Mike Humphreys

    10/10 eh? Cubed? More like hyped…. we’ll see Saturday… who knows it might even be an 11?

  • TimeyWimey

    This has tripled my excitement for the Episode.
    Despite the fact this article reads more as a ’9/10′ Episode, it did it’s job perfectly and has truly made me go mad for next week. Can’t wait.

  • http://www.youtube.com/MrLazarus01 The Gene Genie

    Wow, cannot wait!

    But, “The plot climaxes when they discover that the Cubes have been waiting dormant, preparing to destroy the human race before they colonise.”

    That’s a fairly large plot twist, I think, something I didn’t really want to know…

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/whoreviewcentral The Pariah

    I’m truly expecting a 9 or 10/10 episode here. Chris Chibnall is my favourite New Who writer right now, so go him!

    • Kahler-Jex

      Toby Whithouse.. No competition.

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/whoreviewcentral The Pariah

        Well, I have Chris’s three stories rated at 9, 9 and 8, and Toby’s at 9, 8, 7 and 6, so I prefer Chris. :P

        • Kahler-Jex

          Chris Chibnall:
          42 8 / 10
          Hungry Earth 7 / 10
          Cold Blood 8 / 10
          Dinosaurs on a Spaceship 9 / 10
          TOTAL: 32 / 40

          Toby Whithouse:
          School Reunion 8 / 10
          Vampires in Venice 7 / 10
          The God Complex 10 / 10
          A Town Called Mercy 10 / 10
          TOTAL: 35 / 40

  • Pdurston

    Woah, 10/10? Blimey, didn’t expect that, I thought it would be a 9 due to the rushed resolution. Still, why should I complain? This episode sounds like it’s going to be the best of this series!

    This week has gone long enough. It’s about time Saturday came so we can see this and be amazed by the glory of TPoT!

    • Esterath MkII

      Series Pond is shaping up to be the best series yet! Steven Moffat said they’ll be continuing the movie style idea in Series 7 Part 2. And that we know nothing about Oswin yet!

  • Kahler-Jex

    Slightly worried now. Yes the emotional scenes sound really heartwarming but it sounds like another Closing Time! Lots of nice dialogue and warm funny scenes but no real threat with a quick resolution which ruins the whole episode. This is me being pessimistic, but less than 5 minutes screen time!? Really!? That’s cutting it a bit short?

    • http://www.youtube.com/MrLazarus01 The Gene Genie

      I was thinking that too…

    • Amed Tiefkov

      As long as it’s not another “love conquers all” ending…

      • Kahler-Jex

        God forbid!

  • http://www.youtube.com/MrLazarus01 The Gene Genie

    I’ve just realised something BIG.

    Remember the Angel in Amy’s head in Flesh and Stone? And it wasn’t in her head anymore because of the crack? And in the Big Bang, the cracks closed and returned to normal? Surely you can see where I’m going with this?

    Perhaps, over the course of the series, Amy is turning into a Weeping Angel – that’s what’s setting of the lightbulbs; its Amy’s Angel powers which she is completely unaware of. Amy is always in the lightbulb scenes. She is in every single one.

    • Kahler-Jex

      That’s what most people have been saying

      • http://www.youtube.com/MrLazarus01 The Gene Genie

        Even about the Angel in Amy’s head?

        • Kahler-Jex

          Yep. The her becoming an angel and the lights and the angel in her head

    • You_Will_Obey_Me

      I urge everyone to help look for flickering lightbulbs in Amy’s vicinity throughout the Smith era!

      • http://www.youtube.com/MrLazarus01 The Gene Genie

        Especially in TEH!

    • Pdurston

      I like how I’ve started this lightbulb theory revolution on DWTV. Keep them coming all! XD

      • The Beholder

        :O

        I’ve only just remembered. So creepy…

        On sunday, whilst on this site, my light bulb flickered. Then it ran out of ‘juice’ and turned itself off

        Angel infestation….?

      • Esterath MkII

        I think you’re onto something Genie Genie and Pdurston. Great minds alike!

        • The Beholder

          Esterath :O

          I’m so sorry for not having a word with Pdurston earlier! I forgot all about it… Sorry :/

          On the bright side, he forgives you :D

          • Esterath MkII

            It’s OK. Now I hope DWTV let me back on!

          • The Beholder

            Indeed…

            They may just be waiting until series 7 is over before they let you back on?

          • Esterath MkII

            Ack! Hopefully not. Every day I hope I’ve been let back on.

          • The Beholder

            Indeed

            Its a horrible feeling. But they might just be waiting until series 7 is over, so you don’t say anymore spoilers?

          • Esterath MkII

            I wouldn’t reveal amy more spoilers. Besides the spoilers I oosted were untrue. Why would I ruin for myself and you lot?

          • The Beholder

            No idea

            :)

            Bearing in mind I got banned for 2 weeks for saying “Only one article in one day? Deary me DWTV, deary me…”, I’m guessing DWTV has a tight rule schedule :)

    • The Artist

      Linking two occurrences that i hadn’t thought of linking…
      Another possible The Eleventh Hour theory is:
      Jeff’s aunt claimed that she had seen The Doctor before and he denied this because of his “new face”. But perhaps she saw him in the past…

      • MrPaddy

        I still think Jeff’s aunt turns out to be Amy somehow. Or vice versa. WIth some clever memory-wemory thing in there somewhere to paper over any plot holes. She was Scottish, Jeff wasn’t Scottish, so Jeff’s parents probably weren’t Scottish, so why would his aunt be Scottish?

        I know I’m probably wrong, but I do love to speculate.

        • The Artist

          I hope that it doesn’t turn out like that (to think Amy would end up looking like that!)… But it is certainly a theory with various merits.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheGoodYear92 GoodYear92

    I’m a little worried about the resolution being rushed; something that’s been stated in a number of reviews and previews. If it’s notable enough to gain such attention, then I’m sure it’s going to bother me somewhat. However, the focus is, as you say, more on the internal relations of the TARDIS trio. So, I hope that emotional development can carry the weight of any flaws in the episode’s invasion plot.

    In regards to the review itself, I’d say it’s the best yet. As detailed as it can be, without revealing anything that could be regarded as spoilers, and provides an insightful overview of the episode’s tone; its emotional motif.

    • TheStranger

      Quick question: have you had a chance to read my full review on Mercy? I’ll be interested in knowing your views (both regarding the episode itself and the article). Not to pressure you; but from one writer to another, shall we say.

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheGoodYear92 GoodYear92

        Of course I have. I read it as soon as I could on the day it went up. I just haven’t been able to comment as frequently as I’d like the past few days, and I like to take a fair amount of time when posting my thoughts on both a review and an episode at the same time.

        I’ll be sure to get round to it at some point tonight.

  • LevenThumps

    This episode looks to be the best of the series so far.

  • Kahler-Jex

    Chris Chibnall is a great writer, and I have every faith in him, but how can you save the world in less than 5 minutes?

    • The Beholder

      True, true…

      Perhaps its just the flick of a switch?

      • Kahler-Jex

        Don’t scare me! If it was anything like closing time or idiots lantern where he changed a plug I would not be happy! Series 7 so far we’ve had 3 consecutive great episode, I’d hate for the chain to break.

        • The Beholder

          True

          But we’ve been promised a fabulous drama, in compensation :P

          • Kahler-Jex

            I’d rather have a good Doctor Who episode with a good invasion which was sorted out properly than a good invasion which wasn’t sorted out properly. Drama is brilliant, but like Closing Time; it’s not worth it with a weak plot.

          • The Beholder

            I still like Closing Time…

            XD

          • Kahler-Jex

            I hate it.

          • The Beholder

            I love it.

          • Kahler-Jex

            Nope. Dislike Craig, wanted him to die and was so annoyed when he survived. Cybermen were made to be unbearably weak. Blown up by love. No, just no.

          • TimeyWimey

            I like it, despite it’s flaws. Some people never truly appreciate the merits of that Episode. The beautiful scene with Alfie and The Doctor is just one example.

            But despite the fact everyone has a criticism to make about ‘Dinosaurs On A Spaceship’ people still celebrate that story..? It makes no sense to me.

          • The Artist

            What?
            What?!
            WHAT?!

            What.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/jenfirelight Bad Wolf Jen

      As the Doctor would say. You can do a lot in five minutes. But I’ll admit that, that is pushing it.

    • The Artist

      Well, it depends on how much needs to be done to save the planet. if it’s just pushing a button or giving a truly geronimo “get off this planet” speech, I suppose that would be less than five minutes.

      • Kahler-Jex

        If the Doctor saved the day by pressing a button I’d be very annoyed.

        • The Artist

          So would I…

          • Kahler-Jex

            So it’s pretty hard to stop an Earth invasion in under 5 minutes

          • The Artist

            Exactly…

  • edoe101

    Cannot wait for this episode :)

  • edoe101

    The Doctor on the WII, cannot wait.

  • EccentricEddie

    Sounds good, I like the fact they will shows loads of news reports like in other invasion stories, it makes the treat more real. I Hope UNIT will Be all Ation, Amd Kate Stewert Better be the Brigs Daughter. The flickering lightbulbs may be a Story Arc. Also I wonder what scene Moffat will harken back to The Eleventh Hour.

  • Pdurston

    The Doctor on the Wii hey?

    Go on for all of us; reverse the polarity of the Wii remote. Please!

    • WhoviLantern

      Please let this happen! That would make not only my day, but my LIFE!

  • jpegmaster

    be odd if he was playing return to earth, god that game sucked

  • http://about.me/adamtowers Adam Towers

    What a shame, the Shakri looked a really interesting and creepy alien threat. I’ll stand by what I’ve always said about power of three, the thing I want most is a return to a smaller 70′s styled UNIT rather than RTD’s.

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/jenfirelight Bad Wolf Jen

    For better or worse I’m looking forword to this episode.

  • SusanTheHorse

    Looking good-I’ve been looking forward to this one the most.

  • The Beholder

    I have a question, a bit out of topic of the review, but on the subject of ‘reviews’

    Imagine this was ‘series 2′, the next episode was Love and Monsters, and this was the advanced review for it

    What would the reviewer have to say? XD

    • Pdurston

      S***….
      -1/10

      • The Beholder

        How c*** is Love and Monsters?

        Out of ten?

        Eleven…

        • The Artist

          It’s not even deserving of a mention of that quote, even if it is used against the episode. That quote is too geronimo to be used with any mention of Love And Monsters.

    • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheGoodYear92 GoodYear92

      “If you’re planning on introducing a friend to “Doctor Who”, don’t do it this week…”

      • The Beholder

        XD

        “Tomorrow, you’re gonna get a fat green blob, a face in a brick, someones face on a bum, and a killer shadow!”

    • Kahler-Jex

      The writer has a really bad hangover when penning this episode. It is 10 times better if you watch it when you’re drunk.

    • http://twitter.com/flynn4red Max Jelbart

      Well, I’d give it a 9, but… *ducks and disappears into background…”

  • The Eleventh Hour

    Sounds like the best episode of series7. TPOT, here we come.

  • Esterath MkII

    Who is the youngest person of DWTV? I’m twelve, God, I feel young.

  • http://theojreviews.blogspot.co.uk/ Oliver J. “cool”

    Vote up if you’ve made a DW character on your Wii!!!!!

  • Liam Baker

    Rory and Amy have a Wii? BEST! COMPANIONS! EVAR! Can’t wait, imagine the Doctor, he’ll proberly break their TV. :o

  • doctoract

    And I’m going to miss it. -_-

  • Claire Bourdon

    I flipping love that pull quote from the episode at the end. My throat got a little choked up just reading it. We are so small, and there is so much to see…

  • That Awkward Silent

    Can’t wait!!!!!

  • GibbyBlogger

    Really looking forward to this episode. Bring it on!!! Roll on Saturday!!!

  • http://www.youtube.com/user/TARDISkey123 TARDISkey123

    Ok, this review just got me super hyped for this episode on Saturday. I was looking forward to it, but if I’m honest, I didn’t think much of it. But this review has definitely changed my perspective. I’m most excited to see the choice between Amy and Rory’s real life and Doctor-life. I can already assume they choose Doctor-life, but I want to see how they go about it. Whether it will be their ‘final’ decision. To spend the rest of their lives with the Doctor only for it all to be destroyed in the following episode.

  • BLINKANDYOUREDEAD

    After what I said the other day about Martha possibly making a short lived passing by, I have to pull out the sentence in this article. “The episode develops when UNIT break into the Pond’s residence in search of the Doctor who is greeted by a somewhat familiar woman” This woman could be Martha. (I am sorry in advance to those who don’t want Martha to make an appearance in this episode, I am just noting something that was said in the article, and a personal hope of mine.

  • SilurianGod23

    Well it certainly sounds promising, and people said Chris Chibnall couldn’t write pfff.

  • Esterath MkII

    Still no reply from DWTV. Could you send them an email, Pdurston? You don’t have to. Just give me hope.

    • Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All

      They don’t answer my emails either. It’s frustrating sometimes.

  • JJ

    Please help! I don’t really understand the crack in Amy’s bedroom. If it took her parents, then Amy herself is an anomaly of a Time that never happened. But she’s still here. Then the Universe was sealed back together again and her parents returned…so is the life where she first met the Doctor real or fake? Is she still an Anomaly in time if the Universe reset???

    • Stormageddon, Dark Lord of All

      While there’s no definite answer here, The Doctor does state at the end of Flesh and Stonethat Amy can still remember the angels because she’s a time traveller. He also refers to himself and River Song as time travellers being a ‘complicated space-time continuim’. Amy has been living herwhole life with a crack in space and time in her room — I’m sure this can easily have a similar effect, at least enough to mean she remains alive even though her parents no longer ever existed.

      As little sense as it makes, the cracks seem to erase just the people themselves, not the consequences of their lives, from existance. When the clerics are erased, one by one, in Flesh and Stone, other clerics weren’t sent in their place. A team of four clerics becomes a team of three clerics, then two, then one, then none at all. And why would the Doctor leave a team of zero clerics to guard Amy? If those clerics had their own children, their children would likely suddenly never have had a father, but they would still exist, the same way Amy still exists.

  • Esterath MkII

    Pdurston, new details of TATM from DWA 288
    ‘When the Doctor takes the Ponds for a picnic in Central Park, the last thing they expect to find are Weeping Angels! But when Rory goes for a coffee, he is zapped back to the past and suddenly finds himself in terrible danger! The events in the Doctor’s book start happening in real life. A death is foretold- but should the Doctor bring himself to read to the bitter end to find out whose? The Doctor and Amy team up with River to track down Rory, but it looks like this is the final chapter for the Ponds…’
    Could you send this to DWTV so they can publish it for an article? Credit me if you can!

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