platinum-the-trinity asked: Don't the Daleks in the time war remember him because from their own timeline that is before Clara erased their memory? Plus idk how dw science works but if the war is timelocked then doesn't that mean no one outside can interfere, even Oswin?
To be honest, I don’t know.
I’m getting some people telling us that the Daleks were time locked so they weren’t interfered with, but then other people telling us that the Time War wasn’t really time locked so that’s why the continuity makes sense, but we can’t have it either way here.
But we also have Dalek Caan passing through the time lock in order to get Davros out, so there IS a time lock in place (also in the Day of the Doctor, Ten mentions that the place is time locked so someone (the Moment) let them through). The only solution I can think of is that the Doctors time locked the event AFTER they put Gallifrey into stasis, but that’s only what I can assume to make sense out of all this - it was never really put into the episode so that’s simply a postulation and not actually canon.
And even if the Daleks destroyed each other during the Time War, there are more Daleks now? If Gallifrey is pulled back into the universe, the war is just going to begin again, only this time the Daleks have evolved and Gallifrey is still defenseless, so there goes that.
That’s the issue I have with this episode, there’s too many loose ends and points that weren’t thought out carefully enough. It was an interesting idea, but it just leads to more questions and confusion when you start to think about it.
HE’LL HAVE PLENTY OF TIME TO HATE EVERYTHING ELSE
so this is the upcoming prime minister of norway
you know who that reminds me of?
THE MOTHERFUCKING ALIEN IN DOCTOR WHO WHO TRIED TO BECOME PRIME MINISTER IN ENGLAND TO TAKE OVER THE WORLD
Oh yeah what about this? Rob Ford Mayor of Toronto
NO ONE WOULD FUCKING SUSPECT IT FROM CANADA