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@Exalos Missy is the Gatekeeper of the Nethersphere. Continuing with my theory that Missy is the Dream Lord/Valeyard, I could point out that when we last saw the Valeyard, he was disguised as the Keeper of the Matrix (on Gallifrey.) The Keeper of the Matrix basically watched over the entrance to the Matrix.
Entrance = Gate. Entrance Keeper = Gatekeeper. Matrix = Nethersphere?
However, if this has anything to do with the character, then this "version" of the Valeyard is from AFTER "Trial of a Time Lord" and this would not be a "Genesis of the Valeyard" story.
(Ain't this fun?!)
3 days, 5 hours ago on Dark Water TV Trailer
@Push_to_88mph @The MasterDoctor Now that I've googled "Dark Water meaning", the one thing that really stood out was "The Shadow Self". This makes me think of the Dream Lord (from "Amy's Choice".) And I remember thinking (at the time "Amy's Choice" aired) that the Dream Lord could have been a good forerunner to the Valeyard.
This is getting exciting. Well, "even more" exciting!
3 days, 9 hours ago on Dark Water Clip
My top 5 Matt Smith stories:
1. Mad Man With A Paint Brush And Another One With A Box
2. 24 Hours Belonging To An Apparent Medical Professional
3. Frozen Water Guys
4. Identification of the Guy With the Stethoscope
5. Locational Home of Mad Metaltrons With Plungers
3 days, 10 hours ago on The Eleventh Doctor: Five Favourites
I honestly thought she said, "All the grays on Earth are about to be burnt."
Grays? As in the gray aliens with the big eyes (like at the end of Close Encounters.)
Grays? As in the Cybermen. They're actually silver though. Is there much difference?
But apparently others heard it as "All the graves on Earth are about to give birth."
That's pretty dark. But where does the water come in?
Miss Hartigan? River Song? The Rani? One of the "split" Claras? The Master (now Mistress?) The Doctor's Mummy? Dodo finally getting her revenge for the 1st Doctor dumping her for Ben and Polly?
3 days, 10 hours ago on Dark Water Clip
Browncoat of arms: "What? Can you translate?"
That's for you to do! (If you have the patience and absolutely nothing else whatsoever to do at the moment!)
3 days, 16 hours ago on Your Verdict on Flatline & Episode Ranking
zkotkami: "6.) Robot of Sherlock - 6.5/10"
Robot of Sherlock. Now THAT is an interesting idea!
1. 2-D or Not 2-D 9/10
2. Brendan Fraser Meets Agatha Christie 9/10
3. Sinister Puddles 9/10
4. ...And Now Let It Out 7/10
5. Do You Hear What I Hear? 7/10
6. What is "An Incredibly Dangerous Place To Go", Alex 5/10
7. Merry Automatons 4/10
8. Gump Not of the Day 4/10
9. The Doctor's Three 3/10
10. The Scriptwriter Had Egg On His Face (Or On His Mind, It Seems) 1/10
4 days, 10 hours ago on Your Verdict on Flatline & Episode Ranking
@nomad2009 Wow. Sitting right out there in the open. I've been going with it not being "Missy" but instead, "Miss C." As in Miss Clara. Somehow or another. But Dark Water/Evil River. Very intriguing!
6 days, 4 hours ago on Next Time: Dark Water
In a moment, a question as to why the concluding moments of this episode
didn't include a gigantic fried egg hanging up in Earth's night sky.
But first, this:
I think this was the first time I figured out
what was going on half an hour before the Doctor did. Hmmmm... Trees
don't burn. Big solar flare coming. Trees that don't burn covering the
entire planet. Big solar flare getting closer. That fake 1st Doctor
robot in "The Chase" could have figured it out faster.
surprised at how much I don't give a crap about the Clara/Danny
relationship. These two have absolutely no chemistry together
As others here have written... It's London. WHERE
IS EVERYBODY??? Not to mention, WHERE ARE THE BUILDINGS??? And why
did Nelson fall over? And where are all the OTHER wild zoo animals?
Then too, where did the wolves go? Where did the tiger go? Wouldn't it
have been nifty if while the little girl's Mom was riding her bicycle
if the wolves suddenly... Nah. It's Doctor Who.
A nod from the Doctor to the Krynoids would have been nice. Seeds of Doom and angry vegetation and all that.
anyone else have trouble understanding what the sparkly fireflies were
saying? I caught maybe a word or two. And why was the missing sister
wrapped up in a bush at the end? Was that supposed to be signifying
something? Maybe I'll get it on a repeat view.
Not the worst
episode this series. Suns getting all hot and bothered. Moons cracking
open and dragonflies squeezing out new ones.
Which brings us
to the question: Where was the moon during this episode??? Was IT also
protected by a bunch of trees? It must have been, otherwise there
would be a great big fried egg hanging up there in the night sky,
6 days, 6 hours ago on Rate & Discuss In the Forest of the Night
I think only one previous commenter mentioned what is a major factor in some child actors coming across as awful. And that's bad direction. Although I'm not as negative as most when it comes to "Fear Her", I do feel that the young actress in that episode suffered from lack of direction. However, it still could have been a combination of bad direction as well as a lack of acting ability. (Do we know it as fact that the actress gave up on acting due to criticism aimed at her from her DW experience?)
I find it amazing that some are willing to defend Matthew Waterhouse in his role of Adrip. He was awful. Awful on a constant basis. Yes, the character was meant to be "unlikeable". But then, so was Turlough. Yet Mark Strickson (a couple years older, true) was able to make the audience care about his character. I myself was also praising the Cybermen when they disposed of Adrip.
One of Doctor Who's best child actors was Jasmine Breaks as "The Girl" in the 7th Doctor story, "Remembrance of the Daleks". She was wonderfully vicious and terrific at giving the evil eye.
I'll also mention Emelia Jones as Merry in "Rings of Akhaten". She was truly a shining light in what was (to me) one of the most dismal episodes of 21st century Doctor Who. As for George in "Night Terrors"... He was just as bad as the entire episode itself was.
Looking forward to (and hoping for) some terrific young actors in "Forest of the Night". I can't wait!
1 week ago on Won’t Somebody Think of the Children!?
Wouldn't mind if Gaiman tried his Screenwriter 2000 at a Capaldi script. "The Doctor's Wife" was an enjoyable little romp. "In Silver" was a bit of a nightmare, what with those awful little brats running around (and the characters they portrayed were even worse.)
Then there were the Cybermen who one moment are moving across a room in a flash faster than anyone can even say, "Hey, look! There's a Cyberman over... " Then later, when approaching Clara and friends, the Cybermen are so slow, they might possibly have been stopping to smell the daffodils.
1 week, 1 day ago on Neil Gaiman on Hopes for Capaldi Episode
@Master Michael Moon Wow. You nailed it.
1 week, 1 day ago on Who is the Twelfth Doctor?
@pyroclasticflow @MrRazza has regenerated into Hippy 12 And then Moffat had one of the "Split" Claras came along and made her the one that chose for BOTH the Doctor and the TARDIS. Boooooo...
@Sharaz_Jek @Notsosmartguy's got no strings on him While I thought "Daleks in Manhattan/Evolution of" was quite awful, I did enjoy "Sontaran Stratagem/Poison Sky" and initially rated it extremely high. That was because to me, those episodes seemed like a tribute to the Pertwee/Unit era. On repeat viewings, it doesn't hold up quite as well, but I still like at very much. As for Helen Raynor's gender? Trust me, it's just fine with me! (Uh... was that sexist? Sorry.)
@ilyootha, a proud member of C.L.A.R.A. @BazHood I like Timelash enough to rate it a 5/10. The Borad is pretty cool. Love the blue-faced android. The 6th Doctor's time-manipulator thingy is neato-keen. I didn't know who Paul Darrow was when I first saw Timelash, and I thought his character was great. Also love the Third Doctor/Jo Grant reference. Out of 219 Doctor Who stories which I've seen (not counting any Capaldi episodes at this point) Timelash, for me, comes in at Number 148. Twin Dilemma comes in at 189.
1 week, 2 days ago on Your Verdict on Mummy & Episode Ranking
@ohjanetoh There was the episode of "The Simpsons" in which Homer fell out of his 2D existence into 3D. According to Wikipedia, it was part of the "Treehouse of Horror VI" episode, aired in 1995. Eventually, Homer falls into a black hole and falls out of it into our real world in a live-action segment filmed in West Hollywood, California. I remember it was considered highly original at the time.
And just so I'm not misinterpreted here, I love Flatline and think it's the best episode so far this series.
1 week, 3 days ago on Face-Off: Mummy vs Flatline
@rowan5215 @DrKnockers05 Certainly I can also find something to enjoy in even what I consider to be the worst Doctor Who story, "Four To Doomsday". For example: Every scene Nyssa appears in. She really lights up the screen!
1 week, 3 days ago on Your Verdict on Mummy & Episode Ranking
@TardisBoy Don't you still go ahead and rank all your 10/10 episodes and then all your 9/10 episodes? I rated both Flatline and Mummy 9/10. But for me, Flatline gets the nod.
Just for the sake of providing an example, for all Doctor Who episodes, I currently rate 36 episodes at 9/10.
My top 9/10 episodes currently are:
Day of the Daleks
Name of the Doctor
Tomb of the Cybermen
An Unearthly Child
The Ark in Space
The Time Warrior
Mummy on the Orient Express
Try ranking all the Doctor Who episodes (you've actually seen) yourself. It's loads of fun and wastes a whole heck of a lot of time!
@Old Floridian "TARDIS crab walk". Funny! (What part of Florida?)
@Master Michael Moon We better just get an explanation on who or what GUS was/is. I hope Moffat doesn't end up doing another "it's this Doctor's last episode, oops, forgot about that loose end, better tie it up with a hurried, last moment, off-the-top-of-my-head weak explanation." I have faith in him. (No, really. I do.)
Flatline just edges out the Mummy for me. Two fantastic episodes. Both get 9/10 from me.
@Master Michael Moon Listen gets a 7/10 from me. Good episode, lots of cool moments. Out of the nine episodes so far this series, it comes in at 5th place for me.
@Doctor hates tigers @The MasterDoctor It seemed, right after "KTM" aired, that the majority of comments were negative. Now though, it seems most comments are favorable. I myself found the episode so ludicrous in it's science that it's beyond redemption. (Though there's certainly always the chance that I will eventually look upon it more favorably.)
The girl (whose name I have forgotten) who tagged along in the TARDIS was just one massive cliche. (Strange because in "The Caretaker", I liked the character. She had been written better in that one.) The writer took no care to include any actual science. It was all over the place. To top it all off... "An egg" - ???!!!
Now, a number of previous comments went for the "You believe a man can travel in space and time in a Police Box, but you can't believe the moon is an egg?" I don't accept that as an argument at all. Perhaps if the moon in question had been orbiting some planet in some distant galaxy. Maybe that would have withstood a suspension of disbelief. As it was, the episode asked us to believe that "our" moon is an egg and that there's a great big dragonfly in there and it has been for millions of years.
Then there was the bit where the writer decided that we viewers (those who he thought would accept a humongous dragonfly fetus gestating in our moon) would - on the other hand - NOT accept Earth's sky being moon-less at the conclusion of the episode. So the writer went and put another moon up there in place of the one which had just cracked. He should have gone for leaving Earth without a moon. Except of course, that previous Doctor Who stories have featured Earth's moon further into the future.
Then besides all that, there was the Doctor's declaration that THIS moon/egg/dragonfly was THEE reason that humans decided to venture back into space. Bull-hockey! The vast majority of humans would not have witnessed the dragonfly emerging from the moon/egg and would therefore have no reason to believe it ever happened. After all, as far as they would be concerned, the "moon" was still right up there where it had always been!
Sorry to go off like this and write so much. If you made it this far, thanks for reading. (Trust me, I could go on and on right now, but I'm going to stop myself.) Right now, as it is, I consider "Kill The Moon" to be one of the absolute worst episodes of DW ever. Just above "Night Terrors", "Warriors of the Deep" and "Four To Doomsday". However, even these "worst of" (my opinion) stories are more watchable than most of what passes as televisual entertainment these days.
"Mummy" was my Number One for Series 8 until "Flatline" came along. Two fantastic episodes. Here's my ranking for Series 8 so far:
1. Flatline 9/10
2. Mummy on the Orient Express 9/10
3. The Caretaker 9/10
4. Deep Breath 7/10
5. Listen 7/10
6. Into The Dalek 5/10
7. Robot of Sherwood 4/10
8. Time Heist 3/10
9. Kill The Moon 1/10
1 week, 4 days ago on Your Verdict on Mummy & Episode Ranking
She is crossed over and once again with many loved ones. Very sad though for her loved ones who remain here on Earth as well as for we fans.
Besides her role in "Trial of a Time Lord", I remember Lynda Bellingham for her portrayal of the second version of Helen Herriot (Hmmmm... a Time Lady, perhaps???) on the wonderful, "All Creatures Great and Small". A terrific actress!
1 week, 4 days ago on R.I.P. Lynda Bellingham
@RandomComments "Well, the episode explicitly connects the hand crawl to the Addams
Family. That's what Clara suggests to give the Doctor that plan."
Wow! Really? I've only watched the episode once so far. I did not realize that there was an actual reference to "Addams Family" from Clara. I'll be looking for that when I rewatch. Thanks RandomComments!
1 week, 4 days ago on 12 Great Moments From Flatline
@Antee991166 @gunslinger19 @supermoff, agent of C.L.A.R.A. I was also going to comment about Delgado's Master. There's more to him than just being evil for evil's sake. There are moments in "Time Monster" in which we see Delgado's Master exasperated and curious as to why his experiments won't work. Delgado's Master also ended up working with Pertwee's Doctor to overcome the Axon invasion.
1 week, 5 days ago on 12 Great Moments From Flatline
"There were some scenes I didn’t like however – the Doctor’s hand coming
about of the TARDIS looked a bit too silly for my liking. Call me a
cynic if you like, but this was especially noticeable in the scene where
the Doctor tries to move the TARDIS from inside it. Funnily enough it
looked like a little TARDIS snail, but I thought it was a bit cringe
worthy, especially at a rather serious stage of the episode."
This is one of my most favorite scenes in the episode. Though I can see how the tiny TARDIS hand-crawl might be seen as "cringe worthy" by some, I thought it was an obvious solution to the problem at... uh... hand.
The situation and moments leading up to the hand-crawl were quite tense and yes, very serious at that stage of the episode. That's why I thought it was so brilliant a resolution and that laugh-out-loud moment (yes, I definitely laughed out loud) was much needed right there and then.
Interesting that so many have equated the hand-crawl scene to "Thing" from The Addams Family. It never crossed my mind on first view. Though I can certainly see it now.
Just for the sake of writing it, "Flatline" is now my favorite episode of Series 8. Just one episode ago, I wondered if there would be another episode this series which could top "Mummy". I'm delighted that there actually was! Perhaps there will be three more?!
The Foxes song made absolutely no impact on me whatsoever during the episode. Don't have the time right now to listen to the clip above.
One of my favorites is "Here's To The Future" from Delta and the Bannermen. The 7th Doctor story itself isn't the best, but that song is wonderful!
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Who Tunes: Ranking the Lyrical Songs of Doctor Who
Quick - what do "Planet of Giants", "Carnival of Monsters", "Logopolis" and "Flatline" all have in common?
Can't say the trailer for "Flatline" did much for me. Of the above photos, only two piqued my interest. The Doctor in the bizarre eye-wear and much more so, the Doctor struggling to get out of the teeny, tiny, little itty-bitty TARDIS. (Isn't it adorable?!) Now THAT looks like fun!
(Could the Time Meddler be seeking revenge on his old enemy?!)
2 weeks, 4 days ago on Flatline Promo Pics
"So let's hear some of your theories!"
My theory is that Moffat is so busy with all he does on DW and with Sherlock, and with arranging "round-the-world" publicity jaunts and attending award ceremonies, that he simply skimmed through the script for "Kill the Moon" and completely missed the part where the writer had the Doctor speak the line, "Earth's moon... it's an egg."
I mean, my God, HOW ELSE did such absurdity (and there was a whole lot of it in this episode) get passed him???
3 weeks, 2 days ago on Kill The Moon Review
"I think with "kill the Moon" we have seen beginning of end of Jenna as a companion."
I'm actually thinking at it from a different direction. I think we have seen the beginning of the 12th Doctor's transformation from "sometimes cruel/never cowardly" to "never cruel/never cowardly". I think (and hope) Clara will be sticking around and helping the 12th in getting his hearts to grow in size and become all nice and caring, just like the Grinch!
3 weeks, 3 days ago on Mummy on the Orient Express Promo Pics
It happened in "Sontaran Stratagem/Poison Sky". Will it happen in "Mummy on the Orient Express"?
Will the Doctor, at some point during the episode, look at the guy from the episode's title and ask, "Are you my Mummy?"
@robertgrimm "The return to the Coal Hill School and Totter's Lane
was the 7th Doctor, not the 6th. It was in Remembrance of the Daleks.
Ace was there."
The 6th Doctor returned to the Coal Hill School area (not the school itself) and the junkyard at Totter's Lane in the story, "Attack of the Cybermen". Just prior to the TARDIS materializing, there is a small sign which reads, "I. M. Foreman - 76 Totter's Lane". When the 6th Doctor exits the TARDIS, he glances around and says, "This looks familiar." Later, after searching around the neighborhood, they return to the junkyard and the 6th Doctor sees the "Totter's Lane" sign. He then says to Peri (calling her the wrong name,) "Look, Susan!"
3 weeks, 4 days ago on Roberts Explains Why Ian Chesterton Didn’t Appear in The Caretaker
Wow, I guess Jenna isn't in this at all. Surely the Beeb would have put out promo photos including the show's co-star if she were in the episode. Wouldn't they? Of course, she's been acting her heart out this series, so she probably needed the break!
3 weeks, 4 days ago on Mummy on the Orient Express Promo Pics
TheDoctornator said: "But this show is a continuation, not a reboot, they cannot keep
mentioning previous companions ALL the time or little nod backs. For
example in sixth drs run, did you EVER see any nod backs to the first
dr?! And that can be said for any dr!!! Grow up people!!!!!"
6th Doctor was the first to return to the area of Coal Hill School
(though not the school itself.) The 6th revisited the junkyard at
Totter's Lane which the 1st Doctor had materialized the TARDIS in all
those years ago.
Of course, the 6th Doctor era also gave a
"nod back" to the 2nd Doctor's era by having the 6th and 2nd have an
adventure together along with Jamie. The 6th also revisited a planet
first visited by the Third Doctor in the episode, "Timelash". (Though
we never did see the Third's visit there.)
Hmmm. How should I express my opinion? Something like... If you can't say anything nice, then don't say...
3 weeks, 6 days ago on Rate & Discuss Kill the Moon
Here's mine. From 6th Favorite to 1st Favorite:
6. Babies Blunt Cybermen
5. On The Buses of Death
4. What's at the Top of the Stairs?
3. Mr. Buzzy's Marvelous Murder
2. Bewitched and Bardered
1. We Have Spillage
4 weeks, 1 day ago on Face-Off: Gareth Roberts’ Episodes
If Ian Chesterton were to be featured in an episode, I would want it to
be for the entire story and not just a cameo. Of course, Ian has no
info pertaining to the Doctor's ability to regenerate, so he would never
guess that the "Caretaker" was the Doctor. How fun it would be if the
situation arose in which Mr. Chesterton, accompanying the Caretaker,
happens upon a big blue police box sitting in the Caretaker's workroom!
The story would also just have to involve an accidental trip in the
TARDIS to who knows where! That's right... WHO knows where! And yes, I
would hope that the widower Ian would tell the Doctor of his long life
with his bride, Barbara.
1 month ago on Roberts Explains Why Ian Chesterton Didn’t Appear in The Caretaker
@Ultimately Amazing Superior Notsosmartguy 2099 Thinking the same thing. Then the Doctor and Clara will be able to rescue her in the series finale and return her to her parents. Just speculation, of course.
1 month ago on Next Time: Kill The Moon
@supermoff will kill the moon! Paradise needs a ceiling fan? Hmmmmm.
1 month ago on The Caretaker Review
Not sure how "Time Heist" can be a parody of bank heist films when pretty much every bank heist film is already a parody of bank heist films.
Thank you for a spot-on review. "Time Heist" was filled with "seen it before" moments and not just from those other bank heist films but from Doctor Who itself.
Oh, but you forgot to mention those amazing "crawl space" duct shafts which were so gigantic that I'm surprised they didn't have elevators inside them. Imagine being a client of this most secure bank in the Universe and finding out that it comes equipped with four-person sized duct shafts protected by a label reading "No admittance Under Any Circumstance - This Means You".
1 month, 1 week ago on Time Heist Review
I've been having trouble for years (since the return of the show in 2005) with understanding a "few lines" in probably every episode. For me, it's words being spoken "very quickly". Matt Smith often talked very fast. Jenna Coleman does it now sometimes. I know that in one of the trailers for the new series, I had to ask online about something Capaldi's Doctor was saying. It turned out to be something like, "But have there been any other murders". I can't say that I've been having trouble understanding his accent though. I had more trouble understanding the sci-fi "plot" (and it's gold arrow to the spaceship resolution) of "Robot of Sherwood" than anyone's accents.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on Is Capaldi’s Accent Causing Issues?
Leela's eye color changed from brown to blue. Why couldn't Clara's? She could even become the type (in her old age) where she decides to wear colored contact lenses because she believes they make her look better. That sort of thing. Just sayin'.
1 month, 4 weeks ago on Introducing Missy the “Gatekeeper”: Who is She?
@Malohkeh Daleks in Manhattan/Evolution of the Daleks was awful. Victory of the Daleks was terrible. Asylum of the Daleks was fantastic! One of my favorite episodes featuring the Daleks. And Jenna Coleman was brilliant in it as was the characters revealed situation. (I will say though that I never saw what all the hype over "every Dalek ever featured on the show" was about. But then, ultimately, that didn't matter to me with that episode.)
Into the Dalek, I thought was good, but nothing extra special.
1 month, 4 weeks ago on Into the Dalek Review
@SteviePenny Good observation! Yes, Roboguy would have had to have gone out the door backwards. Makes me think he somehow stumbled backwards out the door. (Maybe a Concorde aircraft traversing the time vortex, popped out of said vortex for a moment causing a great disturbance right near the skinloon. The skinloon rocked back and forth a bit and Roboguy stumbled out the door. Yes. The more I think about it, that HAS GOT to be it.)
2 months ago on Whodunnit? The Fate of the Half-Face Man
While I previously posted that I think it possible that she's not "Missy" but instead, "Miss C." as in "Miss Clara", I've come up with another idea that I haven't read in the above comments. So maybe she is one of the "Split - Timestream" Claras from "Name of the Doctor". One who never encountered a Doctor and went Batty. But what if this particular Clara did meet up with someone else - the Great Intelligence. Maybe the Great Intelligence wasn't completely destroyed within the Doctor's Timestream. (Afterall, neither Clara or the Doctor himself were destroyed in there.)
Maybe he/it (the Great Intelligence) found this one lone Clara and successfully melded with her. So "Missy/Miss C" is part aged and batty (Timestream) Clara combined with the Great Intelligence. Perhaps that combo is what made her batty. So it would be a crazed Great Intelligence within the batty Clara who considers the Doctor her "boyfriend" and it's the crazed Great Intelligence within Clara who wants to keep the accent. And it's the crazed Great Intelligence/Clara who wants to destroy the Doctor!
Or maybe Missy is really Cameca from "The Aztecs", ticked off that the First Doctor reneged on his cocoa proposal of marriage.
2 months ago on Introducing Missy the “Gatekeeper”: Who is She?
@thelonelycenturion @Romanadvoratrelundar Ah! But is it possible that the BBC KNOWS that WE KNOW that they go "to great lengths to ensure that the two formats aren't doing similar stories at the same time" AND THUS, to throw us off the scent, decided to go ahead and permit Big Finish to use the Rani so that we would think that the TV show won't use the Rani - Therefore, the TV show is going to go ahead and use the Rani ! ? ! % @ +
2 months, 1 week ago on Introducing Missy the “Gatekeeper”: Who is She?
(As I posted elsewhere on this site,) we purposely were not shown what happened so that we have to wonder
about it until the truth is revealed. Probably in Episode 12. I'm
willing to bet that the Doctor ended up saying that he couldn't push the
Half-faced man out. The Half-faced man, however, probably said that he
COULD push the Doctor out. The two would have fought, with the
Half-faced man trying his best to push the Doctor out, only to get
tangled in his own mechanical feet (or something) and accidentally fell
out all on his own. (This is all quite a bit like the 6th Doctor and
the corrupted Matrix making HIM look guilty!)
2 months, 1 week ago on Whodunnit? The Fate of the Half-Face Man
@Swozor But did the Doctor do either?! I'm betting he didn't. We purposely were not shown what happened so that we have to wonder about it until the truth is revealed. Probably in Episode 12. I'm willing to bet that the Doctor ended up saying that he couldn't push the Half-faced man out. The Half-faced man, however, probably said that he COULD push the Doctor out. The two would have fought, with the Half-faced man trying his best to push the Doctor out, only to get tangled in his own mechanical feet (or something) and accidentally fell out all on his own. (This is all quite a bit like the 6th Doctor and the corrupted Matrix making HIM look guilty!)
2 months, 1 week ago on 12 Great Moments From Deep Breath