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Doctor Who: The 11th's Journey


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The Doctor's journey so far. Not yet complete, still need to do Series 6 and polish a few things.

The Doctor's journey so far. Not yet complete, still need to do Series 6 and polish a few things.

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  • 1. The 11th Doctor’s Journey (so far) Series 5 – Series 6 by Jayden BaileySeries 4 Series 5 Extras Cracks in TimeThe End of Time The Eleventh Victory of the Flesh and Amy’s Cold Blood The Lodger Hour Daleks Stone Choice The Time of Vampires The Hungry Vincent and The Pandorica The Beast Below Angels Earth the Doctor of Venice Opens
  • 2. The End of Time “GERONIMO!!!”During the 10th Doctor episode “The End of Time” – the doctor regenerated into his11th incarnation: Matt Smith.The first 11th Doctor episode “The Eleventh Hour” continues straight after “The Endof Time” and shows the doctor meeting a young girl named Amelia Pond.
  • 3. The Eleventh Hour “Prisoner Zero has escaped.” The doctor met his soon to be companion, Amelia Pond. She has a crack in her wall that frightens her. Praying to Santa Claus, she hears a crash outside and the TARDIS lands outside. The 11th Doctor comes out, with a craving for food. He repeatedly asks Amelia for an apple. This episode was the first appearance of Rory Williams.View the transcript here
  • 4. The Eleventh Hour “The human residence is surrounded. Prisoner Zero will vacate the human residence, or the human residence will be incinerated.” The Doctor promised to return to Amelia’s house in 5 minutes, but in actual fact he took much longer. When he came back, he entered the house and got hit over the head. Waking up, he saw a young woman in police uniform. It was an older version of Amelia Pond. He had left her over 10 years when he said 5 minutes.View the transcript here
  • 5. The Eleventh Hour “Silence will fall.” They finally manage to track down Prisoner Zero and before he leaves he says the words “Silence will fall” – which refers to later events in the 11th Doctor’s timeline. This episode was the first mention of The Silence. This episode was the first hint at Series 6.View the transcript here
  • 6. The Beast Below “Crying silently. I mean, children cry cause they want attention, cause they’re hurt or afraid. When they cry silently, it’s cause they just can’t stop.” The Doctor hangs Amy (Amelia) Pond outside of the TARDIS doors to show her space. Pulling her inside again, he notices Starship UK. Starship UK is ran by Smilers, terrifying monsters. Stepping out the TARDIS, Amy sees London Market. A mysterious figure spots the doctor and tells Hawthorne, controller of the Smilers.View the transcript here
  • 7. The Beast Below “It’s always a big day tomorrow. We’ve got a time machine. I skip the little ones.” Later on in the episode, a star whale (last of its kind) was shown. Earlier, Amy chose to forget. The Doctor tells her off now for it and says he’s going to take her home. When the episode finishes, the camera zooms out to reveal a crack on the top of Starship UK, just like the one in Amy’s bedroom. The phone rings and Winston Churchill is on the other side on the phone. It’s a Dalek invasion.View the transcript here
  • 8. Victory of the Daleks “Really? Sorry. Sorry, it’s a Type 40 TARDIS. I’m just running her in.” The Daleks invaded London, and Winston Churchill asks the doctor to help him. Spitfires attacked the Dalek ship and a guy called Bracewell had an Oblivion Continumm inside of him. The TARDIS dematerialises at the end, showing yet another crack in time.View the transcript here
  • 9. The Time of Angels “Amy Pond, Professor River Song.” First of a two-part episode. The Doctor investigates the Byzantium with River Song, and finds an old enemy of his waiting: the Weeping Angels. Look at them, and they look perfectly normal. Look away however – they will creep up on you…View the transcript here
  • 10. Flesh and Stone “On my count then. God be with us all. 3… 2… 1… FIRE!” Second of a two-part episode. With the Weeping Angels closing in, and Amy’s eye exposed – the doctor tries to find a way to lose them. The end of this episode also shows another crack in time.View the transcript here
  • 11. This episode’s synopsis is Vampires of Venice “I’d thought I’d burst out the wrong cake. Again.” The Doctor takes Amy and Rory for a romantic mini-break, but 16th-century Venice is not as it should be. The city has been sealed to protect it from the Plague, although Rosanna Calvierri may have other plans. After the episode, a strange silence falls on Venice, hinting to future events.View the transcript here
  • 12. This episode’s synopsis is Amy’s Choice “Well I don’t know what it feels like. I’ve never had a baby before.” It has been five years since Amy Pond last travelled with the 11th Doctor, and when he lands in her garden she finds herself facing a heartbreaking choice – one that will change her life forever. They will have to choose which is the dream world and which is reality.View the transcript here
  • 13. This episode’s synopsis is The Hungry Earth “Can’t you sonic it?” It’s 2020, and the most ambitious drilling project in history has reached deeper beneath the Earth’s crust than man has ever gone before – but now the ground itself is fighting back. The Doctor, Amy, and Rory arrive in a tiny mining village and find themselves plunged into a battle against a deadly danger from a bygone age.View the transcript here
  • 14. This episode’s synopsis is Cold Blood “Not got any celery, have you?” It is the most important day in the history of Earth: the dawn of a new age of harmony… or the start of its final war. The Doctor must face his most difficult challenge yet and he tries desperately to ensure Alayas prediction of a massacre does not come true. Meanwhile, what fate will befall the captured Amy and can Tony and his friends be trusted?View the transcript here
  • 15. This episode’s synopsis is Vincent and the Doctor “Brighter than sunflowers.” During a visit to an art gallery with Amy, the Eleventh Doctors interest is caught by a painting of a church by Vincent van Gogh. Theres a face in the churchs window, a curious, shadowed, creepy face with a beak and nasty eyes. The Doctor is sure he has seen the face before. There is only one thing for it: a trip in the TARDIS to1890 so the Doctor can find out from the artist himself.View the transcript here
  • 16. This episode’s synopsis is The Lodger “Doctor!? It’s taking off again! Doctor, can you hear me?” A mysterious force blocks the TARDIS - with Amy inside it - from landing, keeping it stuck in a materialisation loop. Its up to the Doctor to work out what that force is, lest Amy be lost forever. As he investigates, he learns of a house on Aickman Road, with a staircase which people walk up but never come back down. To solve this mystery, the Doctor must pass himself off as a normal human and share a flat with Craig Owens.View the transcript here
  • 17. EXTRA: Cracks in Time The Time Field was a field of time energy that spilled from mysterious cracks in the fabric of time and space. They were caused by the TARDIS exploding on 26 June 2010, after coming under the control of an unknown entity whose voice was heard repeating the line, "Silence will fall". The cracks in time reference to 26/06/10, the day of Amy and Rory’s wedding. The cracks caused the doctor’s TARDIS to crash on that date, with River inside. “Silence will fall” refers to future events, referenced throughout Series 5.Learn more
  • 18. This episode’s synopsis is The Pandorica Opens “Hello Stonehenge! Who takes the Pandorica takes the universe. But bad news everyone, cause guess who!? Ha. Listen you lot, your just whizzing about. It’s really distracting. Can you just stay still a minute because - I. AM. TALKING.” A Van Gogh painting ferried across thousands of years, offering a terrifying prophecy, a message on the oldest cliff-face in the universe and a love that lasts a thousand years. In 102 AD England, Romans receive a surprise visit from Cleopatra. Nearby, Stonehenge conceals the Pandorica, a prison-box of legend. As it slowly unlocks from the inside, terrible forces gather in the heaven. The fates are drawing close around the TARDIS. The Pandorica, which contains the most dangerous threat in the Universe, is opening. Only one thing is certain: "The Pandorica will open... silence will fall".View the transcript here “Silence will fall”
  • 19. This episode’s synopsis is The Big Bang “Come along, Pond” The Doctor is trapped in the Pandorica, the TARDIS has been destroyed and silence has fallen. The only hope for all reality is a little girl who still believes in stars.View the transcript here “Silence will fall” River Song