They start the informal interview, with Lucy asking some too-personal questions, such as the Ghost's sexuality. Sim shoots the Ghost, but the bullets fly off of him; the Ghost picks up Sim and tosses him into the map, stating he doesn't like causing long-term harm, but moderate harm is fine with him. The Doctor uses the app to create a distraction at Harmony Shoal's headquarters. The Ghost asks about the Doctor and Nardole, to which the Ghost and Doctor exchange greetings that seem to identify themselves to each other. I should say — and I like to get this out of the way early — that I mostly enjoyed this. I genuinely believed that The Ghost was directly responsible for the invasion. Brock tells Sim that he knows that the brains were donated by the benefactors for a secret project that even he is not allowed to know; Dr Sim then tells him that there are more brains in there despite no deliveries being made to Harmony Shoal.
The circumstances leading to Nardole's return were not explained until 's. I genuinely believed that The Ghost was directly responsible for the invasion. It was a nickname Grant, the superhero, gave the Doctor. The conversation then goes to the superpowers that the Ghost has: he has flight, super-strength, invulnerability, super-hearing, pyrokinesis, and x-ray vision. Capaldi noted that he was quite taken by the deep voice that announced the title on the overdubbed soundtrack, and in fact, when the Doctor utters the name in the episode, this is Capaldi impersonating the delivery of the announcer. Lucy tells Grant she preferred him in his superhero outfit, putting his glasses back on and kissing him.
On the roof, Grant tells Lucy he's sorry for not telling her, and to not slap him as he's holding a bomb. With another hostage, Brock calls for the Ghost to come back or Lucy will die. So if this is an accidental repost, my apologies; just some parallel evolution. . Grant has also decided to quit being the Ghost unless he is absolutely needed again. The Doctor tells her he broke in too, and has brought sushi; according to him, bringing a snack is the mark of a pro. He heads to the nursery, where he finds the Doctor cradling the baby, revealing that he tracked him by the gem fused to him.
Nardole arrives, noting that New York is not a capital city. As the Time Lord leaves, Lucy asks him why he is sad. Can the Doctor save Manhattan? They start the informal interview, with Lucy asking some too-personal questions, such as the Ghost's sexuality. The Doctor is likewise impressed with the title, saying it himself in a dramatic voice. There wasn't really a twist, though. When Lucy returns and sees the Time Lord, the Doctor reveals to her that the alien brains colonise planets by taking control of their prominent leaders, with Earth being their next target. Years later, a man awakens to the sound of a crying baby.
He reveals that he knows Lucy's work for the , stating its opinions are too biased; she says she'll have a word with her boss. On top of the , Grant asks what is happening, and the Doctor tells him that the gem has granted what it thinks he wants:. In the streets below, hundreds of people and police watch in amazement at the sight of a spaceship seemingly floating on a rooftop. He reveals that he knows Lucy's work for the , stating its opinions are too biased; she says she'll have a word with her boss. When the he is carrying goes off, Lucy mistakes it for a signal device and asks if the is now an. Lucy catches Grant just after he hangs up, telling him that she needs him to watch Jennifer tomorrow; Grant tries to weakly protest he has a date but gives in.
This marks the first time two full consecutive television stories have both been broadcast on. These two beautifully sculpted pewter figures feature The Ghost as portrayed by Justin Chitin, and Dr Sim, played by Aleksandar Jovanovic. Particular moments in this special kept it interesting. Cast: Peter Capaldi The Doctor , Matt Lucas Nardole , Justin Chatwin Grant , Charity Wakefield Lucy , Tomiwa Edun Mr Brock , Aleksandar Jovanovic Dr Sim and Logan Hoffman. Her character is similar to Lois' in that she does not realize that her old high school friend and current nanny is the superhero Ghost.
If we feel your post belongs in a megathread, it'll be removed and redirected there. The Ghost returns home, changing out of his uniform and back into his civilian clothes. Mysterio introduces a superhero into the Doctor Who universe. He rushes out of bed and tends to the little girl. Lucy tells Grant she preferred him in his superhero outfit, putting his glasses back on and kissing him.
It holds a score of 89% on based on 18 reviews, with an average score of 7. Grant asks why the Doctor is working on the device; he thought he was setting a trap. Outside the vault, Lucy hears someone eating and turns to find the Doctor next to her. At least, not in the episode itself. The Doctor explains that he accidentally fell into a trap he set to protect from people who would mistake it for a Christmas tree and steal it; it's science, it's supposed to look like something somebody already knows about.
The Doctor instructs Grant to put the gemstone inside the device. Returning to her apartment before her, the Ghost transforms back into Grant, who works for Lucy as a nanny. When the he is carrying goes off, Lucy mistakes it for a signal device and asks if the is now an. The soldier turns around after his superior leaves, revealing a long scar on his face; to avoid capture, Sim transferred himself into this soldier's body. My theory was that the magic wish-granting gemstone, which altered Grant's biology to grant his wish of being a superhero, also warped reality around him to create a life befitting that of a comicbook character, in accordance with his deeply-held desires. Lucy realises the Doctor isn't an agent.