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"The Girl Who Died" and "The Woman Who Lived" are not a two-parter and neither are "Heaven Sent" and "Hell Bent". Steven Moffat confirmed in DWM that the episodes are standalones. "Heaven Sent" and "Hell Bent" were produced separately and did not have a TBC. While "The Girl Who Died" had a TBC, that doesn't necessarily indicate a two-parter, there was a ...


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The 8th Doctor is indeed half human and canon at the same time. The movie is now generally considered canon, and its star - actor Paul McGann - as one of the eleven actors to officially play the lead role, although it is the only time he has played the part on-screen. In order to argue that the Doctor is not half-human, and is instead a thoroughbred ...


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Considering the nature of the show, everything is canon, and can change at any moment via timey whimey wi... er, time travel. 8's movie is obviously canon. As are some if not all of his Big Finish radio stories, courtesy of his inclusion in the 50th anniversary special, "Night of the Doctor" and "Day of the Doctor." The specific "half human" thing has not ...



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