Donna Noble Has Left The Library – Silence In The Library – Doctor Who – BBC

Donna Noble Has Left The Library - Silence In The Library - Doctor Who - BBC

Donna Noble Has Left The Library - Silence In The Library - Doctor Who - BBC

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Donna Noble Has Left The Library - Silence In The Library - Doctor Who - BBC

The Vashta Nerada attack once more and claim Dave as their next victim. Yet his space suit is left standing after the attack. Is it wise for the Doctor to take a closer look? And just where is Donna Noble? Subscribe to Doctor Who for more exclusive videos:

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The Vashta Nerada attack once more and claim Dave as their next victim. Yet his space suit is left standing after the attack. Is it wise for the Doctor to take a closer look? And just where is Donna Noble?

Donna Noble Has Left The Library - Silence In The Library - Doctor Who - BBC

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56 thoughts on “Donna Noble Has Left The Library – Silence In The Library – Doctor Who – BBC”

  1. The soundtrack in this two parter is unlike anything else I’ve heard in nuwho. So creepy and atmospheric, reminds me of an indie horror game.

  2. I swear I’ve seen all these episodes at least 15-20 times over the last decade or so. Same for series 1-3, They’re just so easy to rewatch!

  3. This is easily one of the best Doctor Who 2-parter episodes there is!
    Back when Steven Moffat episodes were something to look forward to.
    Boy, do I miss those days.

  4. Really underused monster.

    Probably one of Moffat’s best monsters considering just how he took a simple thing such as a fear of the dark and amplified that fear by making any shadow a hungry air piranha that’s waiting to eat your flesh.

    Can’t get enough of the Vashta Neradaaaaa

    Can’t get enough of the Vashta Nerada.

    Can’t get enough of the Vashta Nerada.

    Can’t get enough of the Vashta Nerada.

    Can’t get enough of the Vashta Nerada.

    Can’t get enough of the Vashta Nerada.

  5. Ah see, she doesn’t say it was HIS screwdriver. He says it looks like his and she just says he gave it to her.

  6. One of the most and bizarre and unsettling moments in Doctor Who. Well scripted. Makes me wanna watch 10th again.

  7. Not gonna lie, I used to love Moffat’s ingenuity when it comes to everyday things being made scary; now I just see it as an annoying trope. “Don’t [insert basic bodily function here] or you’re dead!”

  8. I actually quite like her debut episode, but I cant stand here later on. Like with Clara, they just keep appearing and its bloody annoying.

  9. Then I think it’s a good thing Moffat never brought back the Slitheen if he ran with the trope of “Don’t [insert bodily function here] or your dead”

  10. The reall quesation is, how does she know what it is and how to use it…and does she know Cpt. Jack, otherwise how did she get a square gun?

  11. I kind of agree with you Ian. The more we learned about River, the less likable and more annoying she became.

  12. Yeah, exactly. Perhaps i’m not very atuned to her timeline, but I just find her to be more of an annoyance than a likeable companion. And at the end of the day, companions being likeable should take precedence over convoluted timelines which lead to many disjointed appearances, so you have to piece them together like a puzzle. Perhaps people like that, but for me at least its just complicated for the sake of being so.

  13. MajorCvikljee they completely ruined The Mondasian Cybermen, The Master didn’t do anything and some of the acting in it was dire

  14. Arne Lesschaeve no just no all the rubbish Moffat has injected into the show should be forgotten

  15. JustSomeRandomGuy Online I think that Cybermen were actually done good in World Enough and Time. I think it showed conversion best than any other episode. So yes I don’t think that it ruined cybermen I think it maybe showed them better… Ruined Mondasian Cybermen? Well those aren’t the ones from Tenth Planet. Yeah I don’t like that stamping, but I’ll give it a pass because they are not the same as the Tenth Planet ones. Well I didn’t have problem with Master because it was more of a cybermen story however I have to agree with you but there were some really good scenes. Dire acting? Wha..who? I think everbody was brilliant. Both Michelle and John showed their best as Masters, Capaldi was just on point and Mackie and Lucas were also just..on point. Also there was this surgeon that nobody mentioned except one reviewer (Stubagful, check out his stuff, he’s good) that had a little scene and he was just brilliant and again it was for only 20s. Okay I sound way too positive, this episode is not perfect and has some “meh” moments but I really did like it.

  16. Wolf_Nate_1625 Nah, I said same for Series 1-3, when I said I’ve seen these episodes 15-20 times I meant series 4 episodes. Series 4 is my favourite series.

  17. Alexander Terry I could never forget about 9! Loved him in Series 1, I’ve been a massive fan of Doctor Who for over 10 years now! I still really enjoy it and have seen every episode from Series 5, 6, 7 etc 5-10 times, some maybe more, but series 1-4 I rewatch a lot more for the sake of nostalgia! Plus they’re really great!

  18. +The Surgeon: I literally said nothing about those episodes, so thanks for assuming.
    But if you want my honest opinion about those episodes, they were very okay. They were better than Hellbent, but that’s not saying much. I also didn’t really like how they ended The Doctor Falls.

    The last really good Moffat episode for me was Heavent Sent, but even that was then followed up by HellBent, one of the worst series finales out there in my opinion. Season 5 was pretty good overall, but each passing season Moffat’s quality has just gotten worse and worse.

  19. Gregory Manu I wish this episode didn’t tell of their last night because we’ve seen that already. Bring back River because male or Female the Doctor is meant to be with her. It’s all timey wimey and bumpy wumpy. Time can be rewritten we want more river

  20. C4DNerd Moffat is a fantastic writer but after this long he seems drained and that would happen to anyone. I hope he will pen more episodes as a writer not show runner and he will deliver stories and they’ll be this good again

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