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Let’s Kill Hitler Highlights

Doctor Who TV’s highlights from Let’s Kill Hitler. If you haven’t watched the episode yet, you should probably stop reading here!

Crop Circles in Leadworth

The opening sequence was a fun moment that introduced us to “Doctor” crop circles and Mels.

Flashback

A humorous flashback showing us Amy, Mels and Rory growing up.

Also notice the “Break the Silence” poster on one of the posters in Amy’s school during the flashback. Coincidence?

Teselecta 2: Judgment Day

Hats off to The Mill for the transformation effect on Teselecta.

Hitler’s in the closet

The irony.

Mels/Melody/River Song

As many had guessed, Mels was actually Melody who then regenerated into River Song.

“You named your daughter after your daughter?”

Bananas are cool…

…Especially when used for thwarting attempts on your life.

Rory. Punching. Nazis

It started with a kiss

River or Poison Ivy?

Best line

There were a loads of great lines, but this one from River had to win:

“Well, I was on my way to this gay, gypsy bar mitzvah for the disabled, when I suddenly thought, ‘Gosh, the Third Reich’s a bit rubbish, I think I’ll kill the Fuhrer.’”

They’re back (sort of)

It was good to see Rose, Martha and Donna again. Even if they were just holograms.

River goes shopping

In only a way River could.

Sonic Cane

Coming to a toy store near you soon. Probably.

Child of the TARDIS

So that’s how River really knew how to fly the TARDIS.

Regen

Conveniently, River uses all of her remaining regenerations to bring the Doctor back to life.

Death date

The Doctor is still hiding his death from Amy and Rory, even though they already know.

River’s career choice

 Luna University 5123. So that’s why River got into archaeology.

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