Watch now: P.S. – unshot scene by Chris Chibnall!

October 12th, 2012
Warning! This article and its comments may contain spoilers...

As promised yesterday, here’s P.S., the new and exclusive unshot scene which wraps up all the unanswered questions from the Ponds’ exit in The Angels Take Manhattan.

Written by Chris Chibnall, the sequence was never shot, but it has been brought to life using animated storyboards and a voice-over by Arthur Darvill. The bittersweet video reveals what happened after Amy and Rory’s date with destiny, and if Rory’s father, Brian, ever discovered the truth… Check it out here or in the player below – tissues at the ready!

Rate and discuss the Ponds’ heartbreaking swansong in our dedicated discussion, here.

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9 comments on this article
  1. Shauna Curtis
    October 12th, 2012 at 1.45pm | #1

    All i can say is awwwwwww and i teared up a little with joy!

  2. TE
    October 12th, 2012 at 2.57pm | #2

    Never mind Anthony – what about telling Brian he has a granddaughter who is part Time Lord, a “murderer” and is married to the Doctor?

  3. JC
    October 12th, 2012 at 4.57pm | #3

    Yeah, a nice ending. In some ways, the fact it was animated with a voiceover from Rory actually makes it better than if it had been filmed with the actual characters.

    There’s a certain feel about it and it was interesting that Amy and Rory adopted in the end, as that was the one thing that was missing for them since River had been taken away from them.

    As for not telling Brian about River, I’m not sure why they wouldn’t. Perhaps if Rory thought a Grandson who is older than his Grandad would be beyond weird for Brian, then there’s no saying what a part Time Lord Grandaughter who can regenerate would mean.

    I’m glad Rory and Amy got the opportunity to be proper parents though, even if I’m not sure how canon this video is.

  4. jeff
    October 12th, 2012 at 8.13pm | #4

    Just when you think its over, they come back and hit where it hurts..

  5. Emerald
    October 13th, 2012 at 12.52pm | #5

    This is such a lovely scene, and so well done. That was my main problem with The Angels Take Manhattan, in that there was no sense of closure for the Williams family. It makes me feel better that they left now that I know they all had a happy ending, of sorts. I think the fact that Arthur got to do the voice-over made it particularly poignant; I never felt we got to say goodbye. I can sleep easier knowing poor Brian didn’t go on hopelessly watering those plants forever…

  6. Steve
    October 13th, 2012 at 2.51pm | #6

    @TE She’s not, possibly and definitely NOT!!!!

  7. Mia
    October 15th, 2012 at 6.49pm | #7

    This was beautiful. I couldn’t bear the thought of Brian constantly waiting and watering the plants for the rest of his life without knowing. I’m glad he now knows about at least one of Amy and Rory’s children.

  8. Soph
    October 15th, 2012 at 8.45pm | #8

    A very nice scene, I’m glad Amy and Rory adopted, and that Brian knew what happened to them.

  9. TE
    October 15th, 2012 at 9.04pm | #9

    She is part Time Lord and she is married to the Doctor (just because Series 6 was slightly bad doesn’t mean it didn’t happen). Also, she technically is a murderer, just not the Doctor’s.

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