I was watching this today and ran across a delightful scene. The Duke to be's uncles men ran across the Doctor who was asking some peasants if they had seen a girl around. Because in the scene before this the Doctor had been knocked unconscious and His companion was spirited away by some characters in black hooded robes. The soldiers, on horseback, asked to see the Doctors papers. The Doctor had an apple that he had been eating in his hand. He impaled the apple on the tip of the soldiers sword, that was pointing directly at the doctor, as he reached inside his coat pocket presumably to get some papers. Instead of papers he produced a twisty noise maker, gave it some turns which scared the horses, and then proceeded to grab a riderless horse to make good his escape.
Had I been drinking tea whilst watching that scene where he stabs the apple on the sword tip I would have spat it out or choked, lol. It was such an unexpected course of action. It was brilliant ! It was whimsey at it's whimseyest!
I really liked that scrumptious long coat the Doctor had on. I wonder if it was as soft and petable as it looked ?
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on April 9th, 2011, 12:10 am, edited 1 time in total.