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Clara Oswin Oswald: The Impossible Girl

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11/21/2013 1:15 pm
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Clara Oswin Oswald: The Impossible Girl
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Fazleen Dean

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“Run you clever boy, and remember…” -- Only one of Clara Oswin Oswald’s most infamous quotes throughout series 7 of Doctor Who. The impossible girl is played by Jenna-Louise Coleman. The current companion of the eleventh doctor and future companion to 12 was last seen being rescued from the Doctor’s timestream. Our first encounter with our button-nosed friend was in "Asylum of the Daleks", where she went by Oswin Oswald. The soufflé-baking gal helped the Doctor and the Ponds out of the Asylum, only to discover she is a Dalek herself. Then, sadly, she is blown to smithereens before she could egg-stir-minate her way out. Or is it not so sad after all? No, not as it may seem! We see the Doctor once again reunited with our flirtatious companion in "The Snowmen". I particularly enjoyed her role in this. She’s quick-witted and almost one step ahead of the Doctor at all times. She was somehow able to revive our crazy Doctor when he seemed as blue as the TARDIS after losing Amy and Rory. She died once again, however, killed by falling of the cloud thanks to the ice governess. At her grave, the Doctor sees her name: Clara Oswin Oswald. Of course the Doctor had to find out how this impossible girl died twice in two different centuries! In the "Bells of Saint John", the Doctor finds present-day Clara Oswald and takes her on an adventure as a now full time companion. We see the Doctor constantly analyzing her and trying to figure out what makes her so impossible. Just recently in "The Name of The Doctor", we found out that Clara was meant to save the Doctor and see her jump into the Doctor’s time stream. She took on different personas and guided the Doctor without him knowing of her presence. Clara Oswald is definitely a clever companion. The relationship between her and the Doctor cannot be replaced. Even off-screen, Coleman and Smith keep a great friendship. I’m ecstatic to see how her and Twelve correspond on screen. There is excitement on the rise for the 50th, where all is revealed. Here’s to a long season of not bidding adieu to this wonderful companion! Geronimo!


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