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[[File:Date of the Universe Explosion.jpg|thumb|right|The cracks in time will be created on Amy's wedding day.]]
 
[[File:Date of the Universe Explosion.jpg|thumb|right|The cracks in time will be created on Amy's wedding day.]]
A flashback returns to the conversation River Song and the Doctor were having about the origin of the cracks in time. Amy's wedding day will preclude a catastrophic event. The base code of the universe translates to "26 06 2010", the date of an explosion that caused the cracks to appear. With that, the Doctor vanishes into the TARDIS.
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A flashback returns to the conversation River Song and the Doctor were having about the origin of the cracks in time. Amy's wedding day will preclude a catastrophic event. The base code of the universe translates to "26 06 2010", the date of an explosion that caused the cracks to appear.
   
 
== Cast ==
 
== Cast ==
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== Story notes ==
 
== Story notes ==
* The final scene in which Amy attempts sexual advances on the Doctor was the subject for controversy among both audiences and critics.
 
 
* According to [[Steven Moffat]] on the [[30 March (production)|30 March]] 2010 edition of the [[BBC Radio 4]] programme, ''Front Row'', the title of this episode was supplied by his son, Joshua.
 
* According to [[Steven Moffat]] on the [[30 March (production)|30 March]] 2010 edition of the [[BBC Radio 4]] programme, ''Front Row'', the title of this episode was supplied by his son, Joshua.
 
* The title is a play on "flesh and bone", a common idiom referring to a creature's anatomy, since most humans and animals are composed of flesh and a skeletal structure. The title also refers to the Weeping Angels' weakness of turning to stone whenever anyone looks at them, and possibly the fact that Amy thought her hand had turned to stone in the previous episode, ''[[The Time of Angels (TV story)|The Time of Angels]]''. This was a rumoured title for the episode ''[[Gridlock (TV story)|Gridlock]]''.
 
* The title is a play on "flesh and bone", a common idiom referring to a creature's anatomy, since most humans and animals are composed of flesh and a skeletal structure. The title also refers to the Weeping Angels' weakness of turning to stone whenever anyone looks at them, and possibly the fact that Amy thought her hand had turned to stone in the previous episode, ''[[The Time of Angels (TV story)|The Time of Angels]]''. This was a rumoured title for the episode ''[[Gridlock (TV story)|Gridlock]]''.
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* This episode aired on the same day as the ''[[K9 (TV series)|K9]]'' episode ''[[Alien Avatar]]'' was first broadcast on Disney XD in Britain. It also aired on the same day that ''[[Sirens of Ceres]]'' was first broadcast on Network Ten in Australia.
 
* This episode aired on the same day as the ''[[K9 (TV series)|K9]]'' episode ''[[Alien Avatar]]'' was first broadcast on Disney XD in Britain. It also aired on the same day that ''[[Sirens of Ceres]]'' was first broadcast on Network Ten in Australia.
 
* The Doctor reveals that Weeping Angels have instincts that can keep them in frozen form in addition to the quantum lock.
 
* The Doctor reveals that Weeping Angels have instincts that can keep them in frozen form in addition to the quantum lock.
* The episode's final scene leads into ''[[Meanwhile in the TARDIS 2 (TV story)|Meanwhile in the TARDIS 2]]''.
 
   
 
=== Ratings ===
 
=== Ratings ===
  Establishing interface with the TARDIS

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