Series 7: Part Two Spoilers!

New pictures have emerged from Doctor Who’s on-going shoot in Wales.

This week Matt Smith, dressed in a tweaked variation of his usual costume and Jenna-Louise Coleman were caught and captured by fans who not only managed the usual photos and videos of the stars in action but also a transcript of a lengthy scene outside a contemporary house.

Now, please be aware of spoilers (unless you weren’t expecting houses in the new series…sorry).

Wi-Fi Threat in Series 7

Filming revealed that the episode, believed to be the opening episode of the second part of Series 7, will feature ‘something in the Wi-Fi’ feeding on humans.

This ‘sentient twitter’ as the Doctor puts it, harvests human minds and also has the power to alter perception and project images onto the human sub conscious.

Exciting stuff, but what’s more interesting is that it seems Clara doesn’t recognise either the Doctor or the TARDIS, implying that, as rumours have suggested, that the Doctor will be bumping into various versions of her throughout time.

Here’s a brief snippet of that transcript (a version of this can be read at Doctor Who TV, with thanks to Gareth Bundy)

Clara: Is it the wifi? Is the wifi switching the lights on?

Doctor: No, the people are switching on the lights. The wifi is switching on the people!

Doctor: You and me — in the box! Now!

Clara: What? Together? Why?

Doctor: You’ll understand once we’re inside.

Clara: I bet I will!

Doctor: [shocked] Clara! Please!

Clara: Why do you have a box anyway? What’s in there?

Doctor: Clara! … [whispers] Clara, look… behind you!

Doctor Who TV also has two videos of the night shoot as well as a handful of pictures of the cast and crew in action.


While over at Digital Spy, there’s a gallery of the Matt rehearsing scenes in daylight (love the new coat!), brandishing the Sonic Screwdriver and sharing a quiet moment with Jenna as she sips a coffee (spoilers!).


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