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- It is a short story that is part of the timeline in which Doctor Who is written, so yes. It is a mini-episode of sorts. --DCLM ☎ 15:28, September 11, 2015 (UTC)
Since Prologue is an officially released webcast prequel, it should be added to the mini episodes section and Clare Higgins needs to be moved from the guest cast to the recurring cast due to her reprising her role as Ohila in Prologue. Mewiet ☎ 21:12, September 13, 2015 (UTC)
https://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status/643426490084929537 Titles. 184.108.40.206talk to me 14:55, September 14, 2015 (UTC)
Has it been confirmed that the actress is playing that character? I thought it was announced earlier that she's playing someone else? I might have missed the memo, though. The version of the prologue I saw online had no credits so maybe there's a version with credits or the BBC has announced the information elsewhere... 220.127.116.11talk to me 15:17, September 14, 2015 (UTC)
- Clare Higgins talks about being asked back to play Ohila in the Doctor Who Extra made about Prologue, which has also been officially released by the BBC. Mewiet ☎ 16:11, September 14, 2015 (UTC)
In the rumours section of the article it states " It is rumoured that <removed by admin per Tardis:Spoiler policy.> Any chance the page could be changed to confirm/mention this?
Most international filming of any seriesEdit
With 5 of the 12 episodes featuring scenes shot outside the UK (and I might have missed one), we should note that Series 9 had more international filming than any previously DW season. 18.104.22.168talk to me 16:50, December 5, 2015 (UTC)
Is this noteworthy?: http://tvseriesfinale.com/tv-show/doctor-who-special-doctors-notes-episodes-coming-next-month/ --DCLM ☎ 15:14, January 1, 2016 (UTC)
I removed an erroneous statement saying that Episode 12 "closed the door on future appearances". Actually, no it didn't, with Capaldi, Moffat and Coleman all saying that the open-ended nature left the door open. All the "she can never come back" statements were made prior to the broadcast of Hell Bent in order to protect the spoiler, as evidenced by the fact after Face the Raven Capaldi was interviewed for a preview clip and said Clara can never come back, but then after her true fate is revealed, a second clip from the same interview now had him saying he was glad that that the possibility now exists for her to come back. Whether that happens or not of course remains to be seen; <removed by admin per Tardis:Spoiler policy.> 23skidoo ☎ 03:04, November 25, 2016 (UTC)
Was it ever decided by the wiki whether or not we should count The Girl Who Died and The Woman Who Lived as a two-parter? And should we count Heaven Sent and Hell Bent as a two-parter? I know there has been mountains of discussion about this question at Wikipedia's "Series 9" page. --Bold Clone 03:27, July 23, 2017 (UTC)
- This is part of a bigger issue addressed in the forums. In Thread:164173, CzechOut stated that we will try to come up with a rule for two-parters in Thread:183627. This thread has not yet been resolved, partially because many of the proposed solutions require way too many qualifications and are not really future-proofed. Shambala108 ☎ 03:39, July 23, 2017 (UTC)
- By the logic of this season they should definately be considered a two-parter. This was supposed to be an almost-only two-parter season as a hommage to the multiple part stories of Classic Who, the only exception being two episodes which clearly stand out by their titles not being connected. Since "The Girl who Died" and "The Woman Who Lived" do follow the pattern of the connected titles that the other two-parters share, it would be illogical to not consider it one.
- El-Ocsed ☎ 17:55, March 7, 2020 (UTC)