Doctor Who

The Unquiet Dead - S1-E3

Corrected entry: In the first scene with Rose and the Doctor, the Doctor is telling Rose they are traveling into the past. He says "18th century. How does 1860 sound?" The 18th century is the 1700s. (00:02:35)

illiniman14

Correction: He doesn't say 18th century. His exact words are, "1860, how does 1860 sound?"

NumberZero21

The Unquiet Dead - S1-E3

Corrected entry: Charles Dickens says he is going off to catch a mail coach ("Quite literally 'Post Haste'" is the line). However, mail coaches ceased to be in regular use some 40 years earlier in the 1830s, killed off by the arrival of the railway network.

Correction: He could be using slang. Mail coach = Mail train.

The Unquiet Dead - S1-E3

Corrected entry: The Doctor advises Rose to change her clothes as to be less conspicuous in the 1860's, yet he himself did not change his clothing.

Correction: He states he changed his jumper, however, it has been widely stated that he simply 'blends in.'

Correction: The Doctor almost never bothers to dress in period-appropriate clothing. He doesn't really care what people think of his attire, no matter when he is.

The Unquiet Dead - S1-E3

Corrected entry: When Rose is having a friendly chat with Gwyneth, just before the Doctor walks in the room, a crew member's shoulder and arm is visible in the bottom left of the screen.

Correction: That's the Doctor's shoulder and arm. The material of the clothing is the same as his jacket, and he's standing the same distance away from Rose and Gwyneth.

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