also, clara was born to save the doctor. she saved him alright damn
can we talk about how the inhaler scientist girl in the 50th is named OSGOOD like dammit moffat
Is Clara somehow connected to the Moment in Day of the Doctor? When they arrive at wherever it is the War Doctor is hiding with the Moment, she says she knew he wouldn't have done it yet, but how could she have known?Also, the Moment says soon after "You clever boys," which is what Clara is often caught. Clara did also earlier refer to Rose in Cold War, quoting 'Hungry Like The Wolf', ie Bad Wolf, ie Rose Tyler. I dunno, I just feel as though all these events are connected somehow.
There are plot-lines that haven't been resolved yet, but I think many actually were in 'The Name of the Doctor'. "Silence will fall when the question is asked." The question (Doctor Who?) was asked by the Great Intelligence. River answering it was what allowed access to the TARDIS. And that did lead to his silence (his timeline being erased). It would also explain why the Silence wanted to kill him before that happened, so his saving people wouldn't be erased from time.
i think i remember reading somewhere that during the flashbacks showing all the ways clara saved the different carnations of the doctor, she was wearing outfits that previous companions had already worn? is this true? and if so, how do you think this could be significant?
I dont know if its true or not, but that’s probably just an easter egg for classic who fans, I doubt it has any significance to the storyline.
Not sure if this has been said, so i'm sorry... Clara's line "I was born to save the Doctor" The main reason i'm not convinced her arc is over is because of that one line, we know how she saved the Doctor but if she was 'born' to save the Doctor then she has more to her story Melody/River said in series 6 "I was born to kill the Doctor I think it was LKH. Dunno what this means, just something to think about. Maybe a River connection, maybe a coincidence? Same with Amy's book Clara was reading
But what about the whole "silence will fall" thing? Does that have something to do with the 50th?
i hope so. i sincerely hope moffat didnt abandon that entire plotline, because, you know, its not finished yet.
Is it possible that the events on The Name of the Doctor aren't the real explanation of who Clara is? The more I think about it the more I think the episode didn't explain anything. All the versions of her who were spread across the Doctors time line remembered who they were and even wore the same clothes. Unlike the Clara's we saw in the other episodes who also seemed to have lived full lives. Plus the GI's in the episodes were before he spread himself across the time line so why not the Claras
no im 98% sure it was just poorly written, but its canon