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[[User:Geek Mythology|Geek Mythology]] [[User talk:Geek Mythology|<span title="Talk to me">☎</span>]] 18:23, April 6, 2013 (UTC)
 
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:Ellie died and the Maitland kids' mother died. I think she said something about repaying the favor, so I wonder if their mom helped her after her mother died, but that's only speculation. [[User:Mewiet|Mewiet]] [[User talk:Mewiet|<span title="Talk to me">☎</span>]] 18:55, April 6, 2013 (UTC)
 
:Ellie died and the Maitland kids' mother died. I think she said something about repaying the favor, so I wonder if their mom helped her after her mother died, but that's only speculation. [[User:Mewiet|Mewiet]] [[User talk:Mewiet|<span title="Talk to me">☎</span>]] 18:55, April 6, 2013 (UTC)
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is the bells of saint john possibly a reference to the Doctors alias of "John Smith" so the bells are "the bells of saint john (smith)?
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[[User:Roi Simcha|Roi Simcha]] [[User talk:Roi Simcha|<span title="Talk to me">☎</span>]] 22:05, April 6, 2013 (UTC)

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Page creation mock-up

According to T:SPOIL, this page can now be created. I think it would be useful to create it now, so that editors can add information during and immediately after broadcast. I made a mock-up for said page creation — it can be found here. Can an admin please create this?
--SOTO 17:39, March 30, 2013 (UTC)

Code Scene

If anyone wants to examine the stuff from the code scene at the beginning, I think I got all of the stuff copied down that wasn't encrypted (gibberish)...maybe there's something in it. Anyways, it's here for whoever wants it. Maybe I'll go frame-by-frame later. [1]--Padenton 21:41, March 30, 2013 (UTC)

There was definitely more than that throughout the episode, I saw a few flashes of "msie", meaning whatever code was used in the episode was meant for use with Microsoft Internet Explorer. d 02:28, April 1, 2013 (UTC)

Year

Is there anything onscreen that actually places this in 2013, rather than "ambiguous near future with 2013 vehicles, fashions and skyline"? -- Tybort (talk page) 22:38, March 30, 2013 (UTC)

Yeah, the official episode synopsis as used on iPlayer. "The search for Clara brings the Doctor to London, 2013, where something deadly is waiting in the Wi-Fi." [2]  Digifiend  Talk  PR/SS  KR  MH  Toku  JD  Garo  TH  CG  UM  Logos  CLG  DW  00:25,31/3/2013 

Mysterious Woman

I think some sort of note should be given that a mysterious woman (River?) gave Clara the number to the TARDIS. She said the number was the best help line out there, in the universe.

We can't say for sure right now, we have nothing proving who the woman was. Additionally, the "phone box phone" outright doesn't work (TV: The Empty Child), so there being a number at all is rather alarming. d 02:26, April 1, 2013 (UTC)
I find it quite reasonable to think that the TARDIS could ring the box herself if she wanted too. --ComicBookGoddess 20:08, April 1, 2013 (UTC)

Amelia's book

I do think Clara's statement is "pun intended": I mean the one where the boy says he is now on chapter 10 and she answers "Eleven's the best!". I am not sure where this note should be inserted but do you think this is a naive remark? --Tito Plauto 13:28, March 31, 2013 (UTC)

The full statement is "Eleven in the best. You'll be crying your eyes out." And yes, I dis notice the in-joke. I'd put it under References if I was you. OS25 (talk to me, baby.) 17:10, March 31, 2013 (UTC)

Wi-Fi, Spoonheads and Data Ghosts

Did anyone else feel that this episode strongly echoed The Library storyline. The whole "data ghosts in the wi-fi" felt really familiar. Also the fact that the servers heads are spoon-like and their heads rotate all the way round , also the fact they look like people that the person looking at them can relate to; very much like the courtesy nodes in The Library. Anyone else? --Invictus152 02:31, April 1, 2013 (UTC)

Absolutely. It seemed vaguely similar at first, but the physical shape of the Spoonheads really did it for me. Well, if there were ever to be an inspiration for the universe's biggest library, why not The Great Intelligence? d 02:29, April 1, 2013 (UTC)
I wondered if perhaps the downloading human mind tech in TBoSJ is the start of research that will lead to the neural relays in the 51st Century. Mewiet 03:14, April 1, 2013 (UTC)

Drink spilling Error

Actually, I don't like having the unspilled drink as an "error". I've performed an ethnic dance called Binasuan, and it's quite possible, if somewhat unlikely, that she could have done all of those movements without necessarily spilling her drink.--ComicBookGoddess 20:11, April 1, 2013 (UTC)

Whose mother?

When I first watched this episode, I thought that Clara stayed with the family because her mother died, but on the wiki it stated their mother, so I assumed I misheard. After watching The Rings, however, I am wondering if I did hear correctly, but it was recorded wrong on the wiki.

Which mother is that died? Clara's, or both? Geek Mythology 18:23, April 6, 2013 (UTC)

Ellie died and the Maitland kids' mother died. I think she said something about repaying the favor, so I wonder if their mom helped her after her mother died, but that's only speculation. Mewiet 18:55, April 6, 2013 (UTC)

Who is Saint John

is the bells of saint john possibly a reference to the Doctors alias of "John Smith" so the bells are "the bells of saint john (smith)? Roi Simcha 22:05, April 6, 2013 (UTC)

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