The Doctor meets his original self, and find they have something in common: they don’t want to regenerate. That decision has a big impact on the universe, and the fate of a World War I soldier.
As the new year opened, sci-fi fans got to see some of their favorites in new roles. Jenna Coleman from Doctor Who takes on the role of Queen Victoria while Con Man resumed with Wray in an unusual musical.
The Doctor has arrived in Gallifrey, apparently to fulfill a prophecy. However, he has something else in mind…saving Clara from death. It will lead to another sad goodbye, and a new beginning.
It’s a mostly one-man performance by Peter Capaldi, wondering where where he has been sent, and by whom, after the death of Clara. Then he makes a confession.
The Doctor and Clara find a hidden piece of London where Rigsy is accused of murder. They’re also surprised to see who’s in charge. It’s a story that will end in tragedy.
People have heard the phrase, “I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” The Doctor argues that you’re dead if you don’t sleep.
The Doctor does survive the missile attack from last week, but finds himself in a confrontation between human and Zygson. His method of solving the problem is unforgettable.
A peace treaty that allows Zygons to live secretly on Earth is falling apart, and the Doctor can’t tell which is friend or foe. That problem could be disastrous.
The Doctor is reunited with Ashildr, the Viking girl from last episode. The question: How would sudden immortality change a person?
The Doctor tries to protect a Viking village from Vikings from outer space, with the help of an unusual girl (Maisie Williams). This leads to the Doctor understanding why he has his current face, and making a very big decision.