Published on September 29th, 2012 | by Christian Cawley
Farewell, Amy and Rory!
It’s the end of an era in Doctor Who, as Amy and Rory – first introduced in The Eleventh Hour back in 2010 – finally leave the TARDIS. As the longest running companions since the show’s 2005 return (and longest since Tegan left the TARDIS in 1984) they’ve seen Daleks, Cybermen, Silurians, Rory’s been converted into an alternative existence Auton, Amy was left behind to fend for herself for 40 years and… well, so much has happened we couldn’t recount it all here.
When all is said and done, they’ve had a great innings, we’ve learned more about the enigma of River Song and most importantly we’ve seen how Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill have developed as actors since they first started shooting in mid 2009.
But what did you think of their departure? Did The Angels Take Manhattan thrill you, or did you feel that the concepts introduced were best left to a dedicated Weeping Angels episode?
Vote below to let us know!