The Shakespeare Code

These are just small touches, though, and they serve to add a bit of historically accurate flavouring to what amounts to a nice run-around on some fancy sets with a British icon. Archived from the original on 12 March David Tennant, unusual amongst other Doctors, began and ended on special episodes, not regular ones.

Doctor Who S03E02 The Shakespeare Code - video dailymotion

He reveals his deduction that the Doctor is not of the Earth and that Martha is from the future. How they managed to get back is quickly figured out by Martha and the Doctor; when Shakespeare was grieving for his son, he wrote something in a play that allowed them access to Earth.

The Husbands of River Song. Colin Baker.

Introducing: The Shakespeare Code – The Doctor Who Companion

The Infinite Quest. Regular episodes. Next Time By uttering the name Carrionite the Doctor is able to repel her. August The Doctor steps forward to confront her; Doomfinger explains no-one on Earth has knowledge of them. It's a pretty small elephant, all things concerned.

Introducing: The Shakespeare Code

The scene in which the Doctor and Martha share a room was originally written to have the Doctor casually undress down to his underwear; and still obliviously invite Martha to share the bed. No account yet?

Sat 7 Apr Report this video Select an issue. And it is fun. Shakespeare explains he still has to finish writing the end of the play and bids the Doctor good-night, saying he will solve why the constant performance from him tomorrow.

Great writer ends up a bit depressed for whatever reason. Playing next After making a joke about his eventual balding, the Doctor goes on stage to try undoing the damage but finds only William can. Shakespeare follows after him after giving his actors the final draft of his play.

The Doctor confronts Lilith, who explains that the three witches were released from their banishment by Shakespeare's genius words after he lost his son Hamnet.

Series 8: If you'd like to talk about narrative problems with this story — like plot holes and things that seem to contradict other stories — please go to this episode's discontinuity discussion. The Doctor tells her no; Martha agrees that would be taking advantage of time travel the wrong way.

Code was one of the most costly stories ever produced, with large expenditures on costumes and sets.