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« on: July 04, 2011, 11:44:00 am »

Re-bumping this one because I noticed something weird...

BBC3 has been repeating S5 over recent weeks, and in The Eleventh Hour...just after the 'duck pond' exchange with Amy, the Doctor clutches at his chest and falls on the ground: 'This is too soon....I'm not ready.  I'm not done yet.'    I know the simple interpretation is 'It's too soon for me to be dealing with an alien attack, I'm not done regenerating yet', but he really looks as if by 'this' he's referring to the pain in his chest or whatever it might signify...I don't know. 

But it's immediately followed by the sky turning dark.  And, I know, it gets explained as the Atraxi putting the force field round the Earth, but is it me or does the Sun at that point look very like the exploding TARDIS in The Big Bang?  Does anyone think there's more to that scene than meets the eye?

(Apart from the fact that the 'duck pond' exchange itself never really gets fully explained, but that's another thing.)
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