Prequel for all Whovians (Spoilers if you haven't seen season 7)
Hello Hello! I thought I would share this for those that haven't had the chance to see it yet! As all we Doctor Who fans know (If you don't shame on you) the second half of season 7 airs this Saturday (March 30th) at 8. You can watch it on BBC and BBCAmerica. This is the prequel for The Bells of Saint John and I found it rather quaint. You can also breathe easy knowing that Stephan Moffat, after leaving to write the also brilliant modernized Sherlock Holmes series on BBC, is back as DWs main writer. This is important information because, let's be honest, the first half of season 7 wasn't that strong. If you haven't watched season 7, mainly Aslyum of the Daleks and the Christmas Special (in which both episodes we meet the new companion, Clara) then this might not make sense. This prequel ALSO proves for those stubborn bastards that disagree that Clara IS NOT ROSES FUCKING KID. That never made sense to began with, your logic is flawed, get over it. As promised here it is:
By the way, Smith and his acting is brilliant in this.
Ahhh, I like this. I saw the end coming right after he mentioned "his friend", though.
I think that this proves that fourth wall-breaking was one of the Doctor's abilities. For purposes of narrative, the Doctor and Clara have to reunite. The story would be incomplete otherwise. He knows that he has to run into her sometime, so just go ahead and let it happen.
(please, nobody take that seriously, I'm just throwing amusing ideas out there)
I am an unlimited man, sadly living in a limited world. ~Harlan Ellison