Thursday, September 8, 2011

Closing Time synopsis

The BBC have released the synopsis for Doctor Who Series 6 Episode 12, Closing Time; read it below. The Gareth Roberts story airs Sep 24 in the UK, Canada and the US (whilst airing in Australia a week later). Read an exclusive chat with the director Steve Hughes HERE.

In the last few days of his life, the Doctor pays a farewell visit to his old friend Craig, and encounters a mystery, as the time-travelling drama continues.

People are going missing, a silver rat scuttles in the shadows of a department store, and somewhere close by the Cybermen are waiting…

The Doctor is played by Matt Smith, Craig by James Corden, Amy by Karen Gillan and Rory by Arthur Darvill.

CLOSING TIME airs
7.10pm, SEP 24 ON BBC ONE/HD
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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I was very interested in the synopsis for CLOSING TIME. I think that this Doctor might be the 1103 year old one and not the one that was in the diner. Maybe in an earlier episode there is a switch, we can't have the 909 year old Doctor die on the beach when it is his older self that does. And I remember seeing in a promo pic, (not on this site) the Doctor in his Stetson opening the TARDIS. Don't know if it is from this episode or not. This is what makes DOCTOR WHO so interesting, keeps us on our toes.

Anonymous said...

I think he's lying about his age when he says he's 1103. Maybe to keep them from panicking, or perhaps giving them some sort of hit.

But I do think that the whole thing with the stetson goes deeper than the 10 seconds it was shown in Impossible Astronaut.

Colin said...

I think the Doctor Who gets shot on the beach is the Flesh version.

stuxmusic said...

I've been thinking, ever since he said it, they would never cover 200 years of the doctors life. Maybe the number is a code of some kind. Maybe it is the flesh or some other kind of duplicate, and he has lived for that long when he meets them. Or maybe it's a trick, and the reasons for fooling them will only come to light at the end. But obviously The Doctor can't die, it's just not going to happen... Is it?