"It's bigger on the inside."
On Saturday's Doctor Who (8/7c, BBC America), viewers will get to see just how accurate that statement is when the Doctor (Matt Smith) travels to the center of the TARDIS to find his companion Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman), who is lost inside the time-traveling spacecraft. Perhaps her predicament is the result of that combative relationship she has with the TARDIS?
Now that Clara has officially debuted as Doctor Who's new companion, let's get down to solving the mystery of this "impossible girl."
On Saturday's Doctor Who (8/7c, BBC America), present-day Clara (Jenna-Louise Coleman) will have her first outer space adventure in "The Rings of Akhaten." Coleman sat down with TVGuide.com to give the scoop on what it takes to play the Doctor's (Matt Smith) new companion, Clara's rivalry with the TARDIS and the highly anticipated 50th anniversary special:
Crisp up the fish fingers, chill the custard and get your tissues ready. The Ponds are leaving Doctor Who for good.
On Saturday's midseason finale (9/8c, BBC America), married companions Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill) will exit the series, but unlike companions past, they won't show their faces again. "Don't expect to see the Ponds come back. That is it. Game over. They're done, they're out," star Matt Smith tells TVGuide.com.
We miss the Ponds already.
Doctor Who is back and gearing up to bid a Pond farewell to its companions in their five final episodes, beginning with the Season 7 premiere, "Asylum of the Daleks," on Saturday at 9/8c on BBC America.
The trailer for Doctor Who's seventh season can be summed up in four words: dinosaurs on a spaceship!
But the prehistoric predators aren't the only fearsome things the Timelord face sthis year. By the looks of the trailer, it appears as though Amy Pond (Karen Gillan) and Rory's (Arthur Darvill) last few journey's with The Doctor (Matt Smith) will be rough ones.