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Old 2nd May 2017, 04:01 PM
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According to the Radio Times the house in next episode Knock Knock is the same one as used in Blink.

Will the Angels return? (i hope so) or is it just a good location for filming? We'll soon see.
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Old 2nd May 2017, 08:07 PM
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Denise Buckley, who was originally offered the part of 'Victoria' in 'The Evil Of The Daleks' on April 10th, 1967



For reasons that are unknown, on April 13th, 1967, it was announced by producer Innes Lloyd that she would no longer be playing 'Victoria', and that Deborah Watling has now taken the part

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According to the Radio Times the house in next episode Knock Knock is the same one as used in Blink.

Will the Angels return? (i hope so) or is it just a good location for filming? We'll soon see.
Could work IF at least one of the students in 'Class' went to the same university as Bill, and became one of the people looking for a 'house-share' with her. Then it could be a way of tying up the loose ends/cliffhanger from the aforementioned spin-off show if it's not going to be continued
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Doctor Who Series 10: 'Knock Knock' character is classic companion's grandson | Articles | Doctor Who

...Except the reference has been cut

"Knock Knock sees companion Bill and her university friends go in search of a new house to share...One of her new flatmates is Harry, who chats about his grandad ‘greypacking’ (that’s backpacking for older people, apparently)...the writer reveals, Harry’s other grandad is UNIT surgeon, Harry Sullivan...But, Whovians will be disappointed to learn, that this delightful nugget of continuity has been removed from the final transmitted episode...'It was decided that, in 2017, people might not remember one companion from 40-odd years ago, so it got cut.'"

What an insult, both to fans and the memory of Ian Marter/Harry Sullivan. 'Doctor Who' fans can remember a single line of dialogue from an episode that was transmitted only once in 1964, and it is now being suggested that we will have forgotten a popular companion from (arguably) the programmes greatest era!
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Doctor Who Series 10: 'Knock Knock' character is classic companion's grandson | Articles | Doctor Who

...Except the reference has been cut

"Knock Knock sees companion Bill and her university friends go in search of a new house to share...One of her new flatmates is Harry, who chats about his grandad ‘greypacking’ (that’s backpacking for older people, apparently)...the writer reveals, Harry’s other grandad is UNIT surgeon, Harry Sullivan...But, Whovians will be disappointed to learn, that this delightful nugget of continuity has been removed from the final transmitted episode...'It was decided that, in 2017, people might not remember one companion from 40-odd years ago, so it got cut.'"

What an insult, both to fans and the memory of Ian Marter/Harry Sullivan. 'Doctor Who' fans can remember a single line of dialogue from an episode that was transmitted only once in 1964, and it is now being suggested that we will have forgotten a popular companion from (arguably) the programmes greatest era!
I saw this earlier and wondered why bother at all. Unless it was a deliberate reference to Harry Sullivan would anyone have thought oh they said Harry so that must be the guy who knocked about with the fourth Doctor.

Pretty pointless in my opinion.
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As always, possible spoiler alert

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Apparently the mystery of 'The Vault' will be revealed in episode 6, 'Extremis', due to be screened on May 20th
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Apparently the mystery of 'The Vault' will be revealed in episode 6, 'Extremis', due to be screened on May 20th
That's going to be the episode where The Master is brought back.
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