Allonsy! David Tennant's Tenth Doctor left our screens (but not our hearts) over eight years ago, making way for Matt Smith and Peter Capaldi to carry on the role. During his era, Tennant's Doctor had some wild adventures, including getting some of his DNA taken and turned into Jenny, the Doctor's daughter.
Jenny, played by Tennant's wife Georgia Moffett, blasts off into the great unknown at the end of the episode, leaving us all with a warm feeling in our hearts.
Well, Georgia and David teamed up for a special video to mark a very special occassion--their friend Gary Russell emigrating to Australia in 2013.
According to Radio Times, Russell worked as a script editor for both Doctor Who, Torchwood, and the Sarah-Jane Adventures. Georgia posted the video to her Twitter account, and it still makes us smile several years later.
In the video, Tennant takes up his iconic sonic screwdriver, puts on his trusty trenchcoat, and begins looking for clues as to why "the fixed point is being attacked."
A fixed point, also known as a nexus point, should never be altered. The Doctor discovers that the nexus point is shifting--and it's Gary Russell.
Georgia thinks that Russell is in Cardiff, making The Doctor very unhappy because there's a "rift in the time space continuim" in Cardiff. He determines that this rift must be closing in on Russell, which will suck him inside Cardiff Bay ("Wouldn't be the first time," Georgia remarks).
But don't take our word for it, check it out for yourselves--the entire world is at risk!
Everything turns out to be fine when, with a few taps on her phone screen, Georgia discovers that Russell is not in Cardiff, but Australia.
Talk about dodging a nexus shift!
So everything works out! Russell isn't sucked off into a dark dimmension, Cardiff is safe (and sad), and we're now on the lookout for wormholes.
All in a day's work for the Doctor. Needless to say, Russell is still very pleased with this video--it shows how much his friends love and miss him!