Doctor Who: Big Bang Generation by Gary RussellAn original adventure tying in to the ninth season of Doctor Who, the spectacular hit series from BBC Television, featuring the new 12th Doctor as played by Peter Capaldi.
“Im an archaeologist, but probably not the one you were expecting.”
Christmas 2015, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Imagine everyones surprise when a time portal opens up in Sydney Cove. Imagine their shock as a massive pyramid now sits beside the Harbour Bridge, inconveniently blocking Port Jackson and glowing with energy. Imagine their fear as Cyrrus the mobster Globb, Professor Horace Jaanson and an alien assassin called Kik arrive to claim the glowing pyramid. Finally imagine everyones dismay when they are followed by a bunch of con artists out to spring their greatest grift yet.
This gang consists of Legs (the sexy comedian), Dog Boy (providing protection and firepower), Shortie (handling logistics), Da Trowel (in charge of excavation and history) and their leader, Doc (busy making sure the universe isnt destroyed in an explosion that makes the Big Bang look like a damp squib).
And when someone accidentally reawakens The Ancients of the Universe - which, Doc reckons, wasnt the wisest or best-judged of actions – things get a whole lot more complicated…
Doctor Who - The Big Bang - The Doctor revisits his past
The Big Bang
The climactic action is a bit too rushed and the epilogue too relaxed. Or the fossilized Daleks. But, hey, better too many ideas than too few, even if the episode has to rush to bring them all in. Much of that rushing occurs at the British Museum, a great setting that, in its own way, is a bit like a real-world time machine. But in her successful rebooting of the universe, the loss gets turned around.
Okay, so The Big Bang was a fantastic and clever and silly Doctor Who series finale, but also rather difficult to understand in some places. Most of this is drawn from comments in the show, but you have to go beyond the Pandorica: The Eleventh Hour and Flesh and Stone are also needed to understand everything that happened. How did the Doctor get out of the Pandorica? Rory let him out. Simple as that! Alright, not actually that simple.
The Big Bang was the thirteenth and final episode of series 5 of Doctor Who. It concluded many aspects of the story begun in The Eleventh Hour — most.
alice in wonderland cabbages and kings
Browse more videos
It is the second part of the two-part series finale; the first part, " The Pandorica Opens ", aired on 19 June. The episode was written by head writer and executive producer Steven Moffat and directed by Toby Haynes. As the universe is collapsing, the Doctor uses time travel to solve these problems and ultimately reboot the universe. The episode sees the climax of Amy's character arc and the story arc of the series regarding the cracks in the universe, though Moffat chose to leave a few things unexplained. Taking place mainly in a museum, most scenes in the episode were shot at Brangwyn Hall in February It received mostly positive reviews from critics, though many commented on the complicated nature of the plot and whether some aspects made sense. The Eleventh Doctor appears to Rory, handing him his sonic screwdriver.
The Doctor dubbed the event "Big Bang Two". TV : The Big Bang. The Big Bang Two referred to the explosion caused by the Eleventh Doctor , "rebooting" the universe after its destruction. At "every point in history", all stars in the universe had gone supernova due to the unique circumstances of the TARDIS ' destruction in The entire universe was destroyed and erased from existence except for the Earth and its Moon.