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By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. It only takes a minute to sign up. In "The Bells of St. John", Clara calls what she thinks is a help line for her computer. When the Doctor answers, Clara says that the woman at the shop told her it was the best help line in the universe. I've got a few ideas:.

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This post relates to a multi-series plot mystery in Doctor Who. It started in the last series in the episode called The Bells of St John.

This was the episode in which the Doctor met Clara, again. Geek Native called this out in March as one of the un-answered questions and ran a poll.

At the time of posting that poll has over respondents as people theorise who this woman might have been. It matters again. Who refers to Clara as the Impossible Girl? Who would know the Doctor does? Who would be keen that they stay together? The Doctor seems to think whoever gave Clara his number is the same person who ran The Impossible Girl advert in the paper. This was a riddle that put both at risk in the dangerous restaurant. It was also a riddle that helped keep the two together.

Who was the woman at the end of the episode? She had a parasol and claimed to be in the Promised Land. The character is called Missy and played by Glasgow based actress Michelle Gomez. Interesting theory Alisha Murphy. Seems connected. Her future self but jaded for Some reason as I suspect this is a new antagonist for the series. She also could have given the phone number to her younger self, as his companion or former compaion she would have known it.

Out of all the things that go unexplained in the show I doubt the problem of her voice would even be noticed. Please log in again. The login page will open in a new tab.

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Doctor Who: The Impossible Girl mystery – Who was the woman in the shop?

This post relates to a multi-series plot mystery in Doctor Who. It started in the last series in the episode called The Bells of St John. This was the episode in which the Doctor met Clara, again.

The episode marks the third appearance of Jenna-Louise Coleman as Clara Oswald , but her first official appearance as the Eleventh Doctor 's new companion. The story focuses on alien time traveler, the Doctor Matt Smith , searching for Oswald, following two previous encounters with her in different moments of time, dying in both encounters. Finding a third version in present-day London, he soon becomes involved in saving her and the rest of Earth from Miss Kizlet Celia Imrie and her employer, the Great Intelligence , as they use the world's Wi-Fi to upload people to a datacloud via robots known as Servers, casually referred to as Spoonheads.

From production to writing, make-up to music, women have been involved in Doctor Who since its inception in Verity Lambert is undoubtedly the godmother of Doctor Who. Appointed the first female producer at the BBC aged 27, the project that kicked off her career was a new family science fiction series — any guesses? Doctor Who has a lot to thank Verity for, including casting the original Doctor, William Hartnell and pushing the iconic Daleks. It was Verity that insisted the episode be repeated the next week, which saw 1.

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It marked the debut of a new costume for the Eleventh Doctor. He changed to a purple cashmere coat with a black bow tie and darker-accented garb. As the first story broadcast in , its marketing had a similar feel to that of a "series opener", but the BBC firmly maintained that it was merely the beginning of the second part of series 7. The episode also introduced the concept of "the woman in the shop" who was a mysterious person somehow keeping the Doctor and Clara together. This arc would be carried on well into Series 8 and would be touched upon in the Series 8 finale Death in Heaven. London , This is a warning. A warning to the whole world.

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When Clara called The Doctor to "find the internet" she said that the woman in the shop told her it was the best help line in the universe. Who do you think the.

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