Let us know below… Hardly surprising this is a five star rated episode. I let Clara Oswald get inside my head. All that matters is that Osgood lives. Do you want people to go to work? Only as a source of information. The Morpheus machine concentrates the whole nocturnal experience. I'm not part of your fight.
No-one else will have to feel this pain! Every Zygon on our side at a stroke. Alternatively, you could step away from that box, you can walk right out of that door and you could stand your revolution down. She's posted a video link. It's one of your known character traits. We know where Clara's pod is. We're we're fine, aren't we? You can't give me access, because I have access already.
How did she even open the messaging app to text in the first place? The planet Peladon, some time in the future. I was going to wipe out all of my own kind -- man, woman and child -- I was so sure I was right. Yes, it's just a theory. This is us being blown up with a big bazooka. Capaldi continues to be beyond praise but Jenna and Ingrid were exceptional. It's not from the Zygon.
Well, they like a good cave, don't they? And you can't fight them, not with soldiers. It could only have been five minutes! I seriously cannot praise him enough for it. Every war ever fought, right there in front of you. I'm going to set you free. If this keeps happening, surely that's a sign that it doesn't work.
How are you going to protect your glorious revolution from the next one? It got me right in the feels, really! He loved gadgets, cars, cocktails, and practicing a Gallifreyan version of kung fu. Not while Listen and Robots of Death exist, but certainly up there in the top five to ten all time so many Who obsessives are scurrying to recallibrate their list of all time great Who episodes off the back of this episode. More than balances out how Clara was so special that she could partially overcome her double's machinations. It'll destroy everyone in London. On the one hand, it was nice to see a call back to Nine.
But nobody wins for long. I did worse things than you could ever imagine. Have you thought about it? Overall, I agree that it was a problematic story, saved for me by some great performances and the ambition to do something different than just another invasion story. Doctor Who is about ideas. There's electricity in the air. It's the location Bonnie sent the text from. Delivering the words with such controlled passion, then shutting up and making his eyes do all the work.
And nothing's going to stop us! You didn't wipe my memory. Travelling with Rose and Mickey he battled Cybermen, werewolves and possibly, the Devil itself. I'm not stopping this, Doctor. Because, like every other tantrumming child in history, Bonnie, you don't actually know what you want. Another thing, if Bonnie tells the rebels to stand down, does everyone automatically obey? There's nothing better on the other side. You make it work here. If you grew up in the 1970s, at the time of or possibly earlier than the last Zygon incursion, there was one thing you knew Doctor Who would deliver every week, and that was body horror.
Plus, I just didn't buy that his argument convinced Bonnie after all she went through to get to the box in the first place. Like our own conflicts in the real world, having the same wars and same conflicts over and over again, returning to status quo, lather, rinse, repeat. You don't know whose children are going to scream and burn! Well, how very convenient, because that's just exactly what we're looking for. My head is spinning, but I don't think this will be a favorite for me. But I think I have to stay. I am a brilliant liar. Where is the Osgood box? During the interrogation, I have revealed to you the existence of the Osgood box.