Dave Ryan wrote:Is the deal with Sci-Fi (oops... sorry.... SyFy) over with? Because wasn't that the only thing that was preventing BBC America from airing current-season episodes?
HGervais wrote:A couple of years ago during the RTD years there was the episode "The Doctor's Daughter". The plan as I understood it was for her to be killed off at episode's end. This was changed when incoming producer Steven Moffat requested that she live. So cut to the end and while one of her hearts is damaged she lives to go explore the stars. That is clue 1. Cut to the "Silence in the Library" two-parter and River Song reveals she knows The Doctor's true name and the Doctor telling her there is only one way he would have told anyone that, that is clue 2. Cut to the Weeping Angels two-parter of last season where Amy asks River if her and the Doctor are married. River replies nothing is that simple from which Amy says her and the Doctor ARE married. Later it is established that River was in jail for murdering a good man, the best she ever knew, those are clues 3 & 4. Cut to the "The Pandorica Opens" and we find out it was indeed The Doctor who taught her how to pilot the TARDIS. The episode is closed with River & The Doctor's interlude after Amy's wedding where River notes that The Doctor loves weddings. The Doctor then asks River if she is married. River's cryptic reply, "yes." More clues. Cut to the trailer for the upcoming series 6 and we are greeted with a bearded Doctor in a straightjacket. This is supposed to be episodes 5 & 6 and they are supposed to be dealing with cloning and are major building blocks for Steven Moffat's episode 7 aka spring cliffhanger.
So here is my thinking...River Song is Jenny, The Doctor's child via his forced cloning. Not a full fledged time-lord Jenny doesn't have the full abilities of a time-lord but was able to regenerate at least once. I postulate that Jenny and the cloned Doctor became involved and perhaps married and that it is the cloned Doctor that River is forced to kill. Anyway, that's my working theory.
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