The BBC has posted Part Four of Pond Life, focusing on Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) in the lead-up to Doctor Who Series 7. You can check out the new installment below.
In the previous Pond Life, the Doctor (Matt Smith) manages to leave behind a surprise guest in the Pond household, resulting in Amy and Rory discovering an “Ood on the Loo”! In Part Four, we learn what happens to the Ood that ended up in their home…
Pond Life will spearhead directly into the events of the debut episode of Series 7, which is called Asylum of the Daleks. It is essentially a prequel that sets the tone for Amy’s and Rory’s relationship, but also their friendship with the Doctor. The couple will be departing the series this season, after which the Doctor will come across new companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman).
The BBC has posted Part Three of Pond Life, focusing on the everyday life of Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) in the leadup to Doctor Who Series 7. You can check out the new installment below.
In the previous Pond Life, the Doctor (Matt Smith) visits the Ponds at an incredibly incovenient time – in the middle of the night while they try to sleep – presenting an increasingly frustrating situation for them. In Part Three, we discover that sometimes the Doctor himself doesn’t even need to be present to bring on the tension…
The BBC has posted part two of the ongoing short mini web series, called Pond Life, focusing on the everyday life of Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) in the leadup to Doctor Who Series 7. You can check out the new installment below.
In the previous Pond Life, Amy and Rory receive an odd phone message from The Doctor (Matt Smith), as for the first (known) time in his life as a Time Lord he keeps in touch with companions away from the TARDIS. While the Ponds seem amused during the first part, in the second we discover that the Doctor’s timing isn’t always brilliant…
In the leadup to the seventh series of Doctor Who, the TARDISblend returns, as we take a look at what may await the Doctor (Matt Smith) and companions Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) in the season opener entitled Asylum of the Daleks. We examine how the opening episode may tie in to the conclusion of the Ponds’ life with the Doctor, and how upcoming new companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) ties into the first part of the season before her first appearance in the show!
Later, we look down the list of all the upcoming episodes for the season, preview the new mini online series called Pond Life, discuss some of the rumors surrounding Moffat’s approach to Series 7 and 8, and examine some intriguing rumors surrounding the future of the Daleks and whether we will ever see the return of Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman).
The BBC has released a new trailer for the upcoming premiere episode of Doctor Who Series 7, entitled Asylum of the Daleks. Complete with the return of all versions of the iconic Daleks, including some from the Classic era, you can check out the new teaser at the bottom of this post.
Asylum of the Daleks begins with [WARNING: some minor spoilers ahead!] the Doctor being reunited with companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams (Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill respectively), who are dealing with some of their own real-life dilemmas. As the Doctor sweeps them into time and space again, they are captured by the Dalek Parliament, who demand that the Predator of the Daleks aka The Doctor (we assume so) is sent into the Asylum of the Daleks to destroy those therein.