Well, we would if you’d stop fingering our ears, buddy.
When the Thirteenth Doctor drops off her three companions you had better believe she’s just waiting for an excuse to pop off and pick up another one. One instantaneous excuse later, she finds herself in medieval Aleppo recruiting an emotionally vulnerable local woman who’s about to freak out when she sees the inside of the TARDIS. Meanwhile back on Earth, the fam are all freaking out as well as they’re accosted by Zellin, a scalp-tattooed sadist with detachable fingers who creeps on people in their sleep and has a tendency to vanish in puffs of smoke.
Doc won’t stand for these shenanigans, however, and with her extended fam of four assembled she sets about piecing together the mystery. Yaz has a backstory of unresolved guilt; Graham has visions of a woman in a space orb; Ryan’s pal hasn’t done the dishes; and the lady from Aleppo watched her carers get abducted by a monster. It can only mean one thing, and thus she pilots the TARDIS to a space station orbiting the site of two planets on a collision course with one another for “a millennia” and something orb-shaped stuck in-between them. Auricularity ensues.