Is Clara’s number up today?
Think about it.
The next episode is the 2-Part season finale, which starts with an episode starring ONLY Peter Capaldi.
Go ‘ne further if you don’t want to know (or speculate)…
“Heaven Sent” – “Trapped in a world unlike any other he has seen, the Doctor faces the greatest challenge of his many lives. One final test. And he must face it alone. Pursued by the fearsome creature known only as the Veil, he must attempt the impossible. If he makes it through, Gallifrey is waiting…”
“Hell Bent” – “If you took everything from him, betrayed him, trapped him, and broke both his hearts…how far might the Doctor go? Returning to Gallifrey, the Doctor faces the Time Lords in a struggle that will take him to the end of time itself. Who is the Hybrid? And what is the Doctor’s confession?”
But actor Peter Capaldi appeared to silence reports on Friday night’s The Graham Norton Show when he said Saturday night’s Face The Raven would be ‘the end of the line’ for Clara Oswald.
Peter, 57, has been assisted by the 29-year-old companion for two years, and as he admitted that her exit would be sad and strange. (Daily Mail)
“It’s a sad one, gripping and very strange. And it’s the end of the line for Clara Oswald played by Jenna Coleman who’s been my companion for the last two years. It’s the end of her story. I don’t want to go into the details of it, but it’s sad.”
On whether Clara can return, Capaldi said: “Sometimes people can’t come back. Sometimes things happen that they can’t come back from.”
It makes since and I kind of thought that when I heard about the finale’s structure.
Will “Doctor” Clara lay down her life for her Companion Rigsy? (only she doesn’t regenerate).
Find out tonight. 🙂
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