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The opening title was definitely a Star Wars homage. Chibnall absolutely loves this kind of jokey homage as so many of his episode titles are puns on other films and popular culture, including Dinosaurs on a Spaceship (Snakes on a Plane), Spyfall (Skyfall), 42 ('24') and The Woman Who Fell To Earth (The Man Who Fell To Earth). The others you list are more ...


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I think it depends on which Doctor you are talking about. For example, the ninth Doctor is much more likely to kill at the first sight of trouble. In particular, letting Cassandra die, torturing the dalek, killing the Mighty Jagrafess wanting to send Blon Fel-Fotch Passameer-Day Slitheen to her execution etc. However, by the ninth Doctor’s conclusion he ...


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Russell T Davies, the current show-runner at the time, explained that he did intend there to be a romantic connection between the two of them, however a scene explaining this was cut and replaced by the line ‘you never could forgive me’. Russell T Davies also said that this is purposely ambiguous and left open to interpretation. See this video: ...


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