Doctor Who, “escena” de audición del 12º Doctor

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Como parece que nos quedaremos con las ganas de ver el trailer del 50 aniversario que se mostró en la Comic-Con, nos tendremos que conformar con el premio de consuelo. Gracias a Doctor Who Magazine y al propio Steven Moffat se ha publicado la escena que los postulantes para el nuevo Doctor están audicionando (o como suponemos, ya lo hicieron).

Sobre la escena en particular, Moffat dijo: “Esta escena nunca aparecerá en algún episodio y dice poco de número 12. Además las escenas de audición están diseñadas más como una carrera de obstáculos que como escenas propiamente tales. Son cosas de un Doctor genérico. Así que no hay nada que aprender aquí  (eso no los detendrá, lo sé). Así que aquí está  –más o menos– la  primera escena de Número 12”.

 

INT. TARDIS

The new Doctor is checking out the new body. Clara, watching. It’s been a few minutes, they’re both still adjusting.

THE DOCTOR: Right then, eyesight. Not bad, bit blue. Ears – not pointy, right way up, more or less level. Face – well I’ve got one. Oh, no – French!

CLARA: French.

THE DOCTOR: I’ve deleted French! Plus all cookery skills, and the breast stroke. And hopping. Never mind hopping, who needs to hop. Ohh, the kidneys are interesting. Never had that before – interesting kidneys.

CLARA: Are you all right?

THE DOCTOR: I don’t know, do I look all right?

CLARA: I don’t know.

THE DOCTOR: How’s the face? Seems all right from the inside. Nice action, responsive. Bit less heft on the chin. How is it?

CLARA: It’s… okay.

THE DOCTOR: Okay?

CLARA: It’s a bit… you know.

THE DOCTOR: No I don’t, I haven’t seen it yet.

CLARA: Maybe it’s just new.

THE DOCTOR: Have you changed height?

CLARA: No.

THE DOCTOR: You sure?

CLARA: It’s you, your height, you’re the one who’s changed.

THE DOCTOR: And look at your nose.

CLARA: What about my nose?

THE DOCTOR: It was really cute, I loved your nose, you should’ve kept it.

CLARA: I did, it’s the same nose, it’s the same all of me. You’re the one who’s… regenerated, whatever you call it.

THE DOCTOR: Are you wearing a smell?

CLARA: Do you mean perfume?

THE DOCTOR: Yes, I suppose it could be perfume.

CLARA: You’ve always liked that perfume, you said so.

THE DOCTOR: No I didn’t, that was the Doctor.

CLARA: You’re the Doctor.

THE DOCTOR: Yes, I suppose I am. That’s going to take a bit of getting used to.

CLARA: Yeah, it really is.

Visto en radiotimes.com.

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