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(Den Of Geek)   The BBC may be planning a live episode for Doctor Who's 50th anniversary   (denofgeek.com ) divider line
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2012-08-30 10:20:18 AM  
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If he flubs a line, he can just go back in time for a retake and we'll never know the difference.
2012-08-30 11:09:23 AM  
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Baron Harkonnen: I really, really would dearly love to see Carol Ann Ford reprise her role as Susan for the 50th anniversary. It would be the most fantastic, amazing thing ever. After all, when Susan left the TARDIS, the Doctor explicitly promised that he would return for her someday. The reason why she's 50 years older than when we'd last seen her is because when she left the TARDIS to stay with her boyfriend, the Doctor changed her nature from a Time Lord to a human using the same kind of fob watch he and the Master used to change into human as well. He'd also erased her memory of ever being a Gallifreyan to protect her from any creature that would ever want to capture or kill a Time Lord.

So, the Doctor comes back to Susan at the end of her human life, reveals her identity to her, reveals the fate of their race, tells her that he is nearing the end of his regenerations, and wants her to change back to Gallifreyan to help carry on the history of his people.

And then...


Moffat finds some way to reveal that Susan was Amy Pond.
 
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