The Doctor does the Musketeers! I wonder if he’ll run across Cardinal Richelieu?? 🙂
But she’s the bandit.
Or is it Beauty & The Beast…
Somehow I don’t thinks she’s going to be the Female Jack Harness except that she is immortal and that’s a heavy burden.
One she may not be up to.
But she’s probably more available than Mr. Entertainment, John Barrowman.
Maisie Williams has hinted that her Doctor Who character Ashildr may recur on the series.
The Game of Thrones star debuted as the Viking girl – made immortal by the Doctor – in Saturday’s episode, ‘The Girl Who Died’, and will return in this week’s ‘The Woman Who Lived’.
The 18-year-old said that there is “a good chance” viewers will see Ashildr again in later episodes.
“I’m hoping she comes back,” Williams said. “Everyone’s been asking if she comes back. I hope so, but I have no idea.
“I know they’ve had characters similar to Ashildr that have returned in future episodes and series, so we’ll see. I think there’s a good chance!”
‘The Woman Who Lived’ picks up with Ashildr hundreds of years after ‘The Girl Who Died’, and is set in England, 1651, where a deadly and elusive highwayman is running riot.
“In episode 6, we meet my character again,” said Williams. “This time it’s years and years in the future for her story – but still years in the past for modern day people.
“She has witnessed so much and lost so much and been through so much trauma that it has really changed her as a person. She comes off as very bitter at the start until a few scenes in which we realize how much she’s lost. It’s a wonderful episode and I’m so thrilled to have played both sides of her character.”
‘The Woman Who Lived’ – from Torchwood writer Catherine Tregenna – airs this Saturday (October 24) at 8.20pm on BBC One. (Digital Spy)
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