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* Steven Moffat stated that British newspaper ''The Sun'' got a hold of the script for the episode and threatened to publish it. Moffat jokingly told them to do it; he later remarked, "I'd like to see ''The Sun'' publish that many words in a day."
 
* Steven Moffat stated that British newspaper ''The Sun'' got a hold of the script for the episode and threatened to publish it. Moffat jokingly told them to do it; he later remarked, "I'd like to see ''The Sun'' publish that many words in a day."
 
* The previous episode ended with the Doctor showing a traditional paper-bound [[book]] dating from the far future, a thematic lead-in to this visit to the Library (although dialogue indicates that he and Donna were originally travelling elsewhere).
 
* The previous episode ended with the Doctor showing a traditional paper-bound [[book]] dating from the far future, a thematic lead-in to this visit to the Library (although dialogue indicates that he and Donna were originally travelling elsewhere).
* As shown on the BBC ''Doctor Who'' website, there are a number of [[book]]s in the library that reference previous episodes. Those seen are the operating manual for [[The Doctor's TARDIS|the TARDIS]], ''[[Origins of the Universe]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[Destiny of the Daleks (TV story)|Destiny of the Daleks]]'') ''[[The French Revolution]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]'') ''[[A Journal of Impossible Things (Human Nature)|A Journal of Impossible Things]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[Human Nature (TV story)|Human Nature]]''/''[[The Family of Blood (TV story)|The Family of Blood]]'') ''[[The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' (written by [[Douglas Adams]], former ''[[Doctor Who]]'' writer and script editor), ''[[Everest in Easy Stages]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[The Creature from the Pit]]'') and ''[[Black Orchid (book)|Black Orchid]]'' ([[TV]]: ''[[Black Orchid (TV story)|Black Orchid]]'').
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* As shown on the BBC ''Doctor Who'' website, there are a number of [[book]]s in the library that reference previous episodes. Those seen are the operating manual for [[The Doctor's TARDIS|the TARDIS]], ''[[Origins of the Universe]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[Destiny of the Daleks]]'') ''[[The French Revolution]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[An Unearthly Child (TV story)|An Unearthly Child]]'') ''[[A Journal of Impossible Things (Human Nature)|A Journal of Impossible Things]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[Human Nature (TV story)|Human Nature]]''/''[[The Family of Blood (TV story)|The Family of Blood]]'') ''[[The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy]]'' (written by [[Douglas Adams]], former ''[[Doctor Who]]'' writer and script editor), ''[[Everest in Easy Stages]]'', ([[TV]]: ''[[The Creature from the Pit]]'') and ''[[Black Orchid (book)|Black Orchid]]'' ([[TV]]: ''[[Black Orchid (TV story)|Black Orchid]]'').
 
* The story also has considerable commonality with a [[Fifth Doctor]] illustrated text story, ''[[Catalogue of Events]]'', from the [[DWMS Summer 1983|1983 ''Doctor Who Magazine Special'']].
 
* The story also has considerable commonality with a [[Fifth Doctor]] illustrated text story, ''[[Catalogue of Events]]'', from the [[DWMS Summer 1983|1983 ''Doctor Who Magazine Special'']].
 
* This episode and ''[[Forest of the Dead (TV story)|Forest of the Dead]]'' are the only TV stories featuring River Song not to have been shot in high-definition.
 
* This episode and ''[[Forest of the Dead (TV story)|Forest of the Dead]]'' are the only TV stories featuring River Song not to have been shot in high-definition.
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