Doctor Who Finale Spoiler Reveals Timey-Wimey Stuff That Isn't Wibbly-Wobby at All

Fans who have kept up with spoilers know that things are going to be very strange in Doctor Who's series 6 finale, "The Wedding of River Song." We know that Ian McNeice's Winston Churchill will be back, and that he's apparently the Holy Roman Emperor who rides a mammoth. There's also a steam engine that drives into a pyramid labeled Area 52, and a chess-playing Viking who wears an eyepatch similar to Madame Kovarian's.

Just when you thought it couldn't get any more confusing, it does.

Doctor Who Magazine has revealed more details for the October 1 finale, and they're pretty wild. The episode is apparently set on April 22, 2011 at 5:02pm: "In Buckingham Senate, at 5.02pm, Holy Roman Emperor Winston Churchill calls for his Soothsayer to be fetched from the Tower. Greying, unkempt, older, tireder, but unmistakably – it’s the Doctor. 'Tick tock goes the clock,' Winston tells him, 'but they don’t, do they? The clocks never tick.' It’s always 5.02pm these days. All of history is happening at once. 'What happened to time?' asks Winston. The answer, it seems, is a woman…" Read More...


Want to comment on this? First, you must log in to your SideReel account!