The Doctor’s wife and slightly older than her mother, Amy Pond, who was also a companion of the Doctor’s and also tried to shag him, River Song’s real name was Melody Pond, except no one calls her that. Kidnapped as an infant and brainwashed to murder The Doctor, River Song grew up to become a sonic-wielding badass and veritable Indiana-Jones/Mata-Hari transporter accident.
A giant demon statue that no one notices, a paradox hotel and an easily avoidable companion farewell.
River marries a robot and pterodactyls prefer sandwiches in this timey-wimey romp!
The Centurion returns, River Song drops a massive spoiler and bowties are infinitely preferable to monastic neckties.
Our heroes draw reminders in places they can’t see without a mirror, telepathic beepers are manually operated, and River goes full-on John Woo
The gang goes to The States where Nixon’s a pretty nice guy and there are creepy Men in Black in the Ladies’ Room.
Having just reviewed Series 5 of NewWho, we sat down to share some of our opinions and impressions of Matt Smith’s inaugural season as The Doctor.
The Lone Centurion, star cults, a petrified Dalek and the universe rebooted? This episode prompted some of the most heated debates on WBW yet!