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10cf746e54 Retrieved 2013-12-20. The Doctor being given a new regeneration cycle in this story narratively sets up the potential long-term continuation of the character well beyond the previously-set limit of twelve regenerations. It also served as Peter Capaldi's formal introduction as the new Twelfth Doctor, after making a surprise cameo appearance in The Day of the Doctor. Retrieved 24 November 2013. When the Doctor and Clara are in the TARDIS after the Weeping Angel scene, the Doctor dematerialises the TARDIS, and puts the lever in the up position. The two "missing" lives are the War Doctor (who was not generally referred to as "the Doctor" due to his actions in the Time War, and the fact that he rejected the title moments after his regeneration by declaring "Doctor, no more."), (TV: The Day of the Doctor) and the abortive regeneration by the Tenth Doctor when he sent his regenerative energy into a matching bio-receptacle (his severed hand) rather than change. Handles (voice) Tom Gibbons . Before she enters the TARDIS after the siege has ended, Clara finds the external phone off its hook.
Handles issues a warning that the translation will be available to anyone in range of listening. When the Doctor suggests potential aliases to use while on Christmas, Clara jokingly suggests "Daisy". She is aware this would restart the Time War again, which as a peacekeeper the Church cannot allow. Retrieved 5 September 2013. The Doctor places his hand against her face as well, only to see he's reaching out for air; his vision of Amy and the drawing-covered TARDIS wall was a hallucination. Retrieved 4 January 2014. ^ Rowan Charlton (RowanCharlton) (20 September 2013). (TV: The Girl Who Waited) This is the second time the Doctor has spent multiple centuries living on one planet at a time. 241 "The Time of the Doctor" Doctor Who episode Promotional poster for "The Time of the Doctor" Cast Doctor Matt Smith (Eleventh Doctor) Peter Capaldi (Twelfth Doctor) Companion Jenna Coleman (Clara Oswald) Others Orla Brady Tasha Lem James Buller Dad Elizabeth Rider Linda Sheila Reid Gran Mark Brighton Colonel Albero Rob Jarvis Abramal Tessa Peake-Jones Marta Jack Hollington Barnable Sonita Henry Colonel Meme Tom Gibbons Young Man Ken Bones Voice Aidan Cook Cyberman Kayvan Novak Voice of Handles Nicholas Briggs Voice of the Cybermen/Daleks Barnaby Edwards, Nicholas Pegg Daleks Ross Mullan Silent Dan Starkey Sontaran Sarah Madison Weeping Angel Karen Gillan Amy Pond Production Writer Steven Moffat Director Jamie Payne Script editor Derek Ritchie Producer Marcus Wilson Executive producer(s) Steven Moffat Brian Minchin Incidental music composer Murray Gold Series Specials (2013) Length 60 minutes Originally broadcast 25 December 2013 Chronology Preceded by Followed by "The Day of the Doctor" "Deep Breath" . When Clara exits the TARDIS with the turkey the back of the police box prop is clearly visible.