Doctor Who

Nightmare in Silver - S7-E14

Trivia: Webley's empty Cyberman chess-playing machine, secretly operated by Porridge, who's hiding under the table, is a reference to a real 18th-century chess robot, the Mechanical Turk, which was operated using the same deception.

Nightmare in Silver - S7-E14

Trivia: This episode was originally titled "The Last Cyberman." The title was changed to something less spoilery after one of the guest stars forgot their copy of the script in a London cab. The script was swiftly returned, but the showrunners decided to change the title anyway out of caution.

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