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Title : Doctor Who: The Snowmen Prequel: Vastra Investigates - Christmas Special 2012 - BBC One
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A spin off for vastra, jenny and strax is so needed and episode with the guy who thought he was the doctor in the episode "the next doctor" would be cool although they'd have to make him look 30-40 years older
(I'll be honest I didn't come up with that it was in a comment in the next doctor video)
not sure why theses are listed as prequels when they came out BEFORE the main episodes. a prequel comes out afterwards, hence the name. Other wise we could say every episode is a prequel. Anyway, it's a pity theses were not included on the Iplayer along with all the other episodes.
Ooooooooooookkkkkkkkkkkkk......... I might be a descendant of that detective because I feel just as weirded out as him. Like exactly. And of all thing why does ever modern show have to include gayness?!?! Shows are in my opinion better with out. Cause with it it adds too much extra content just to explain.
Jenny and Vastra are freaking ADORABLE together! :D Who knew that an interspecies, lesbian and Victorian couple could make such an impact on me and plenty of other people! :)And Strax is SO funny! XDMoffat: Spin-off. NOW! Along with one for Missy! :DAnd as for the investigator that was speaking with Vastra and Jenny... He took the news of Strax being a clone, Vastra being a lizard woman and in a relationship with a human woman rather well. :P
Doctor falls in love with human girl and is separated by the void from her with the fact that she probably will unhappily live the rest of her life thinking about him, alone (at the time)- immediately finds new companion and happily hops around saving worlds.
Doctor loses a couple of very close friends but knows that they will happily live the rest of their lives together in New York and that they already are comfortable with living domestically and they have each other love- refuses to take new companions or save anyone, and bitterly lives on a cloud in his box above humanity, letting them solve their own problems