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Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 6 Review: Demons of the Punjab

Doctor Who Review: Remembrance

On Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 6, Yaz discovers her grandmother's secret past when Team T.A.R.D.I.S. arrives in India in the midst of 1947's Partition with bonus demons.
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Doctor Who Details

Doctor Who has gone through many different versions. The 13th Doctor features Jodie Whittaker as the iconic, time-traveling detective. It airs in the United States on BBC America on Monday nights.

A British science fiction program, Doctor Who first began airing in 1963. There have been 12 incarnations of The Doctor, an alien with two hearts who travels in the TARDIS, which resembles a blue police box that used to be quite common throughout Britain when the series started. The TARDIS is larger on the inside than it looks on the outside and that's a common theme among people who get to enter.

The Doctor always has a companion and she comes and goes at different times than The Doctor regenerates, and often one companion is common through more than one Doctor.

The Doctor has many enemies and many have remained constant throughout the series run: The Daleks, the Cybermen and The Master among them.

While the show is fantastical sometimes genuinely frightening, it was created as entertainment the entire family could enjoy together, so there is nothing included in the series that is not acceptable to be seen through the eyes of children.

Watch alone of with your entire family and enjoy the whimsical, ironic and entertaining world of Doctor Who.

Number of Episodes
66
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Doctor Who Quotes

Only in darkness are we revealed. [...] Goodness is not goodness that seeks advantage. Good is good in the final hour, in the deepest pit, without hope, without witness, without reward. Virtue is only virtue in extremis. This is what *he* believes, and this is the reason above all I love him, my husband. My madman in a box. My Doctor.

Nardole [quoting River Song]

Time. Time doesn’t pass. Time is an illusion. And Life is the magician. Because Life only lets you see one day at a time. You remember being alive yesterday, you hope you’re going to be alive tomorrow, so it feels like you are traveling one to the other, but nobody’s moving anywhere! Movies don’t really move. They’re just pictures, just lots and lots of pictures, all of them still. None of them moving, just frozen moments!

The Doctor