Many sources claim it aired at pm, but the broadcast was delayed by one minute and twenty seconds due to the earlier show Grandstand running long.
What We See: Kate Lethbridge-Stewart, head of UNIT, orders the TARDIS brought to her.
During the final war, the Eighth Doctor decided he was the only one could stop it and took a regeneration potion that programmed his next incarnation to be a warrior.
The Time Lords also wear new costumes that harken back to designs seen in classic , while the soldiers have the Seal of the Time Lords (also known as the Seal of Rassilon) decorating their armor.
What We See: The Moment's interface avatar adopts the form of Rose Tyler, first companion of the modern-day .
This special finally reveals that thirty-seven years earlier, he married her – and then immediately ditched her.
The marriage was mentioned in "The End of Time" and "Amy's Choice."What We See: The Tenth Doctor's horse is really a creepy, shape-shifting Zygon.
Links to the Past: Kate is the daughter of the late/retired brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart, who first met the Doctor in "The Web of Fear" (1968) and was a founder of UNIT.
Despite often arguing with the man, the Brigadier became one of the Doctor's best friends, teaming up with his many different incarnations over the years.
Links to the Past: When the Third Doctor was exiled to Earth for a few years, unable to travel through time and space, he became UNIT's scientific advisor "Dr. After regaining his freedom and then regenerating into the Fourth Doctor, he decided he didn't like feeling tied down to a job and left, though he never officially quit.
In "Aliens in London" (2005), viewers learned that the UNIT alarm for a Doctor sighting is "Code 9."What We See: A 3-D Gallifreyan painting created by capturing a sliver of time.
Links to the Past: In the 2005 episode "Dalek," the Doctor first admitted that he had been the one to end the Time War by wiping out both sides.