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06/05/2017 9:58 PM

Doctor Who Knock Knock Review with SPilers.

Knock, Knock? Who is there? Doctor . Doctor Who?

Enough funny stuff

8/10

What a lot of surprises in that episode. Terrifically written!

So Bill joins up with 5 members looking for a flat.
They find one with the help of an old gentleman who is looking for 6 tenants.

1st Tenant moved in and something weird happens.

The Doctor helps Bill to move (How does the TARDIS surround it target?
This has not been explained properly)

The Tower is forbidden, why? We shall see.

Bill and the rest

The Doctor decides to check things up on his own.

So insects like lice / cockroaches are eating people alive , why? And
why are they part of the wood?

Bill and friend make it to the tower after another mate goes missing.
The Doctor finds and elevator and he and a new friend escpace under.
They find previous tenants . 2 more tenants are enveloped.

The Doctor decides to Help.

All right. Nit pick time.

How come Eliza believed that this was her father and not her son? Not
explained.

The slugs, They help the Eliza but no explanation to their origin.

The Doctor opens the windows and a fireworks show is happening.

Mother releases the slugs and takes her son with her.

Why are only the recent 6 released and not everyone else?

Certainly everyone should have been released.

Everyone escapes.

The Doctor opens the vault. What is in there?




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James Kuyper

in reply to [email protected] (The Doctor) on 06/05/2017 9:58 PM

08/05/2017 7:55 AM

On 05/06/2017 09:58 PM, The Doctor wrote:
> Knock, Knock? Who is there? Doctor . Doctor Who?
...
> How come Eliza believed that this was her father and not her son? Not
> explained.

The Doctor guess(?)ed that the partial conversion to wood made Eliza's
memories unreliable. Her son took advantage of that fact.
My guess is that there was probably a steady progression: at first, he
told her truthfully that he was her son. When he got too big for that
explanation to work, he started telling her he was her brother. When he
got too old for that explanation to hold up, he switched over to father.
He might have made each step significantly earlier than strictly
necessary, because each step along that chain gave him a better claim on
authority over her.

...
> Why are only the recent 6 released and not everyone else?

She was surviving by living off of their energy. The older victims had
all been completely used up, the newer ones had barely started the process.


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