Thursday, 20 December 2012

Teasers come in for Doctor Who: The Snowmen

Several websites have released the traditional episode teasers for this years Christmas Special: The Snowman. Read at your own risk (not hugely spoilery)

Doctor Who TV:

  • The "First Question" is asked twice more!
  • A friend of the Doctor brought Strax back to life after the battle of Demons Run 
  • "I never know why. I only know who"
  • "Do you have a goldfish named Colin?"
  • "That's Strax and as you can see, he is easily confused!"
  • Bow ties are still very cool. Although it takes someone to remind the Doctor of this. 
  • "now he prefers isolation to the possibility of pain's return"
  • Fans of BBC One's other great drama series will not be disappointed
  • "why would I run? I know what's going to happen next and it's funny!"
  • If Steven Moffat was Pinocchio, he would have a nose as long as a Silurian's tongue
  • Someone doesn't believe in ghosts
  •  "Psychotic potato dwarf."
  •  "It could be a terrible weapon in the wrong hands."
  •  "Why would I run? I know what's going to happen next."
  •  "Do you think I'm gonna start investigating just because some bird smiles at me?"
  •  "You invented fish."
  •  "I suggest a full frontal assault with automated lazer monkeys, scalpel mines and acid."
  •  "Do you have a goldfish named Colin?"
  •  "Good evening, I'm a lizard woman from the dawn of time. And this is my wife."
  •  "We saw a dead cow."
  •  "What two words?"
  • Long-time Who fans will love the new title sequence - guaranteed.
  •  "I don't need anyone else."
  • The snowmen and Richard E Grant's Dr Simeon may not be the only lurking threat...
  •  "Did you make this snowman?"
  •  There's a possible nod to Channel 4's The Snowman with some very literal 'Walking in the Air'.
  •  "Do you want to see where she died?"
  •  The Doctor directs some wonderful insults at Commander Strax (Dan Starkey).
  •  "The Great Swarm is approaching!"
  •  The final sequence sets up 2013's Who episodes wonderfully.
  •  "Pray for a miracle..."

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