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I watched Journey's End again. There are a lot of references in there to "the end of time."

Did Journey's End really see the fulfillment of all the "prophecies" Dalek Caan made?

Have we really seen the only reasons Donna Noble's "timelines" were so freaky and anomalous?

Knowing Russell Davies as I do- maybe I should say, knowing his work as I do- I'm pretty sure the answer is "yes" on both counts. Which is a shame.

There's this thing that happens on TV shows where "smart" characters get to make airy-fairy conjectures about the nature of time and space and being and reality, and speak with authority about situations no one has ever encountered, and always be right. It really bugs me.

I know the Doctor is the hero. But there are more things in heaven and earth than are dreamt of even in Time Lord philosophy. Or, at any rate, there should be.
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