Time Baby: Jenny
There was a knock on the TARDIS doors. The Doctor looked up from where he was tinkering on the console.
What in the-
No one ever knocked on his ship. Unless…
The Doctor abandoned his project and rushed towards the doors. He swung them open, expecting anyone from Matha Jones to Wilf or even Captain Jack, but he wasn’t expecting her.
“Hello Dad,” Jenny said with a smile.
“Jenny,” The Doctor breathed, reeling from the pleasant surprise. He hugged his daughter. “I thought you were-“
“Dead? Nope. Regeneration energy,” she explained with a smile.
They stepped inside the TARDIS, and not long after, the sound of a child’s scampering footsteps signaled Freya’s approach.
“Daddy, who’s here?” she asked as she entered the room.
The Doctor smiled. “This, my dear,” he answered, pointing at Jenny, “is your sister.”
“I have a sister?” Jenny asked, looking back and forth between Freya and her father. She couldn’t believe it.
Freya smiled the most wondrous, adorably excited smile. In an instant, the girls were giggling madly, getting along like two old friends.
“Oi, I’m watching you two,” The Doctor warned, nervous about the multiplied girly…craziness. Two daughters.
River poked her head into the room. “Sweetie, is there someone here?”
“Ah, yes, River! This is Jenny, my daughter,” The Doctor announced.
I HAD TO MAKE A GIF BECAUSE I COULDN’T FIND ONE
AM I THE ONLY ONE WHO SAW THIS
You now realize that the reason that the angels didn’t get her here is because THE CAMERA COUNTED AS SOMEONE WATCHING THEM.
And the only time the angels moved was when sally blocked them from the view of the camera
This episode breaks the fourth wall in more ways than one. This shows that even the audience can be part of a Doctor Who episode. Whovians, you’ve always wanted to be in an episode. ”Blink” was the first. You also hear the Doctor talking to you about the statues. The “Don’t Blink” speech we know by heart. And…what about the angel in the window? If Sally wasn’t looking at that one, then why didn’t it move?
Because we were watching it.
Helen Mirren has granted a boy’s dying wish to meet the Queen — by dressing as Her Majesty and inviting him round for tea.
Oliver Burton, ten, may have just weeks to live after being hit by cancer for a third time.
Visiting the Queen at Buckingham Palace topped his list of dream activities — but his family was told a meeting would not be possible.
So Dame Helen stepped in, bringing him in a limo to see her West End show The Audience — in which she plays the Queen — then taking him backstage to meet her corgis.
The actress, 67, even KNIGHTED the excited schoolboy “Sir Oliver” during his visit, telling The Sun: “It was a pleasure and a privilege to meet such a brave young man.”
Royal service … Dame Helen fetches a drink for her guest