He goes alone as he is unable to convince Donna to leave the comfort of the local spa. Image of Jethro (Doctor Who Midnight) for fans of The Adventures of Space Emo 7941498 Jul 31, 2017 - Colin Morgan as Jethro - Doctor Who - S04E10 Midnight For Jethro it had been three years since that thing reared it's ugly head on planet Midnight. He gained a National Diploma in Performing Arts at Belfast Institute of Further & Higher Education in 2004 and graduated from the prestigious Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in 2007. , IGN's Travis Fickett rated the episode 8.6 out of 10, commenting that it was "a nice change of pace" from the more complex and emotional two-parter that preceded it. Donna relaxes at the hotel while the Doctor goes on a little sightseeing tour to a waterfall made entirely of sapphires. Movies. Jethro was on holiday with his parents to see the planet Midnight but it all went wrong as an entity attacked the shuttle bus and the knocking on the walls began. Jethro was on holiday with his parents to see the planet Midnight but it all went wrong as an entity attacked the shuttle bus and the knocking on the walls began. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. The episode placed much more emphasis on the role of David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor than in the rest of the fourth series, with the Doctor's companion, Donna Noble (played by Catherine Tate) playing only a minimal role. Jethro Cane was the son of Val and Biff Cane. The Midnight entity isn't meant to be figured out, and doesn't fit into some grand scheme of the universe of Doctor Who. Appearance: Main actor: Ryan had a supporting role in the Davies created series Bob & Rose (starring Lesley Sharp), and Davies had previously written an episode of Linda Green which Ryan starred in.. Joe calls in for a rescue shuttle, but it will take some time to arrive. The hostess pulls herself and Sky out of the cabin and into the radiation, sacrificing herself to save the Doctor. Strong, but quiet, alone, withdrawn. When the family was on a tour bus on the planet Midnight, the electrics failed.She and her husband told the Tenth Doctor about their holidays.. Even the closed-captioning calls attention to this one. For Merlin it had been two thousand years. At the front-right: SKY SILVESTRY, 40s, a businesswoman, in a suit. It had been intended to air as the fiftieth episode of the new series, but plotting similarities between Forest of the Dead and Turn Left forced Davies to … Val Cane was a human who was married to Biff Cane.They had a son, Jethro Cane. The staff are made of 2 drivers and a hostess. At first, Jethro took an almost childish delight in the shuttle bus breaking down and then in making the possessed Sky Silvestry repeat "666". The Doctor takes a shuttle tour to visit a waterfall made of sapphires. Midnight was the fiftieth episode of the revived Doctor Who to enter production. The episode is principally set on board a small touring vehicle, which stops in the middle of a tour on the hostile surface of the planet Midnight and has its cockpit destroyed with its driver and mechanic. However, life with the Doctor can never be that simple, and things go horribly wrong for the Doctor when he decides to go off on a bus trip to see the Sapphire Waterfall, starting with the bus shutting down. They find seats in the back half, right hand side. Father:  It received a mixed reception with one reviewer saying that it was "Probably only of interest to really hardcore Whovians". , The episode received a number of reviews in British national newspapers. , "Midnight" was watched by 8.05 million viewers, a 38% share of the total television audience, making it the fifth most-watched programme of the week. Who knows upon what soil they fed, The song that plays on the shuttle's entertainment system is "Do It, Do It Again", by Raffaella Carrà.  Now known for his stage work with the RSC as well as television, he is the son of Patrick Troughton, who portrayed the Second Doctor. Though he was a typical rebellious teenager, taking pleasure in … Following the beginning of the passengers' paranoia, the entity knocked twice around the bus to get everyone's attention. It was first broadcast on BBC One on 14 June 2008. The Guardian's TV reviewer Sam Wollaston described the episode as "great... it's tense and claustrophobic, and gnaws away at you." Dee Dee Blasco quotes, and the Doctor references, Christina Rossetti's poem "Goblin Market," excerpting the famous lines: "We must not look at goblin men, Had the episode been originally where it had been placed it would have been the 50th episode of the revived series. He has had long association with the series since the 1960s, appearing as an uncredited extra in the Second Doctor serial The Enemy of the World, as Private Moor in the Second Doctor serial The War Games, and as King Peladon in the Third Doctor serial The Curse of Peladon. Human This episode is the fiftieth episode filmed for the revived series, and was filmed at the same time as "Turn Left". The Doctor returns to the cabin, as he, the hostess, and other passengers hear knocking on the sides of the shuttle. Jethro Cane was the son of Val and Biff Cane. The knocking seems to follow their movements, but soon comes from the same side of the shuttle where one passenger, Sky, is cowering. Sky attempts to convince the passengers she is back to normal, and that they must throw the Doctor off the shuttle. At first, Jethro took an almost childish delight in the shuttle bus breaking down and then in making the possessed Sky Silvestry repeat "666". The unseen assailant is depicted only through sound effects and its possession of one of the vehicle's passengers, Sky Silvestry (Lesley Sharp), who repeats the words of the other passengers on board. (TV: Midnight). Morgan was born in Armagh, Northern Ireland. The professor and Jethro's parents both show off jerkass qualities early on that become a major problem once everything goes to hell. It's just a thought experiment, a plot device, a gothic kind of horror that - ironically - sort of draws inspiration from HP Lovecraft in it's inception and placement within the world. The Doctor also mentions the Medusa Cascade, and Rose Tyler appears briefly on a television screen. Colin Morgan The delay in Sky's repetition becomes shorter, and soon she is speaking simultaneously with all of them, but after a while they realise she is now repeating only what the Doctor says. HOBBES + SKY: It has to be said, you do seem to have a certain glee. Jethro's memories as Merlin were completely suppressed until now. These are all references to the series 4 story arc. DOCTOR + SKY: Oh, Jethro, not you. 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Tenth Doctor; Donna Noble; Jethro Cane; my favorite emo; Episode: s04e10 Midnight; Summary “Come on,” Donna says, gently nudging the Doctor forward with a hand on his back, “Let’s get back to the TARDIS, yeah?” The Doctor hummed in agreement. ... wear the slippers!" DOCTOR + SKY: All right, I'm interested. HOSTESS bombarding the Doctor with plastic packets - HOSTESS - that's the headphones for Channels 1 to 36, modem link for 3D vidgames, Dee Dee tells the Doctor that she has written a paper on the lost moon of Poosh. The Doctor is trapped on the planet Midnight, and the knocking on the wall begins... 10 months left to watch.  The Times's reviewer Andrew Billen noted that Davies had chosen to forgo special effects and chases in favour of dialogue, but that it "felt too much of a writing exercise to be really scary" and was an example of how the 2008 series "fails as often as it succeeds". Jethro frowned, annoyance glinting in his eyes. JETHRO + SKY: The thing is though, Doctor, you've been loving this. Val Cane Doctor Who Midnight Scene 7. Find out when Doctor Who is on TV, including Series 4-Episode 10: Midnight. Doctor Who Midnight Scene 7. Colin Morgan, who plays Jethro, previously appeared with Catherine Tate in her 2007 Christmas special. Jethro Creighton, a character in the novel Across Five Aprils; Jethro Cane, a character in the Doctor Who episode Midnight; Leroy Jethro Gibbs, a character in NCIS; Jethro Q. Walrustitty, a character in the Monty Python's Flying Circus sketch "Election Night Special" Jethro West, a … " William Gallagher of Radio Times was generally positive about the episode, but he said he would have "liked just a beat more, just a tiny further step before the resolution; can't even tell you what was missing but I needed one more stage in the journey". Midnight was set to be episode 8 of season 4 with Doctor Who: Silence in the Library (2008) and Doctor Who: Forest of the Dead (2008) following it. Despite this, Jethro showed more intelligence and was more open-minded than the rest of the passengers, something the Doctor liked about him.  Sam McPherson of Zap2it listed it as the third-best Tenth Doctor episode. He is unrelated to the director of the episode, Alice Troughton. ... Jethro Cane: Colin Morgan: Driver Joe: … – Donna and the Doctor tempt fate. Little does he know that something is knocking on the walls, although the planet shouldn't be inhabited. Leaving Donna behind to relax, The Doctor takes off on a trip across the mysterious planet Midnight, he's joined by fellow travellers including Professor Hobbs and his assistant Dee Dee, sultry Mrs Sylvestry, Mr and Mrs Kane, and their son Jethro. Mid-route, the shuttle unexpectedly stops; the Doctor joins Driver Joe and Mechanic Claude in the cockpit and see all systems appear operational but they are simply not moving. “Good luck, Jethro,” he said, patting Jethro on the shoulder. He deduces that the entity from outside may be trying to communicate to them through Sky as it learns vocal communications, and tries to reason with it, against the other passengers' fears. Directed by Alice Troughton. Amy gives him a funny look. He still has nightmares about it. Yes, I can't help it. Dee Dee mentions the lost moon of Poosh. Daniel Ryan (Biff Kane) had announced in a 2006 interview that he was going to ask Russell T Davies for a role in Doctor Who, as he wanted his children to see him acting on television in a programme that was not inaccessible. It was first broadcast on BBC One on 14 June 2008. , Russell T Davies has stated that the episode was inspired by the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode "Darmok".. When the shuttle is rocked violently, the hostess goes to check in with Joe and Claude, only to find the cockpit has been ripped from the shuttle. Episode guide, trailer, review, preview, cast list and where to stream it on demand, on catch up and download. The Tenth Doctor and Donna Noble go to the leisure planet of Midnight for a simple, relaxing holiday. Doctor/Who Merlin crossover, drabble, set post-Midnight.  He has appeared in the Doctor Who audio dramas Cuddlesome, The Judgement of Isskar, The Destroyer of Delights, and The Chaos Pool. Biff Cane The shuttle passengers are left to sit in silence until their rescue arrives, shaken over the events and shamefully realising that none of them thought to ask the name of the hostess. Though he was a typical rebellious teenager, taking pleasure in irritating his mother, he tended to back down in response to his parents' constant criticism. For this reason Stephen James Walker has described this episode in his book Monsters Within as being "companion-lite".. When the Doctor knocks on the door, and the creature knocks back, count the number of knocks. David Troughton, cast here as Professor Hobbes, was a late replacement for Sam Kelly, who broke his leg and had to withdraw from the production. He thought the most successful aspect of the episode was the creature and praised the fact that it was "tightly written" and allowed the viewer to get to know the different passengers. When Mr Cane and the Tenth Doctor knocked a differen… This is for entertainment purposes only. All rights go to the BBC. Donna speaks to the Doctor upon his return, where he reveals that he will inform the company about the entity so they will remove their presence from the planet and let Midnight keep turning around its lethal star in silence once more.  Troughton joined the rest of the cast in Cardiff with just two days notice. During the Crusader Tours to the Sapphire Waterfall, a tour bus had apparently broken down. The Doctor finds Jethro watching the sunlight, and they have a conversation which is not the slightest bit illuminating. , The episode has gone on to be adapted into a stage play. “I got away when they were arguing with an employee.” The Doctor huffed out a tired breath of laughter. A review of the Doctor Who episode 'Midnight,' written by Russell T Davies and starring David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor. On the planet Midnight, the shuttle bus the Doctor is riding on is attacked. "Midnight" is the tenth episode of the fourth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Donna has a minor role in the episode (appearing in only the pre-credits sequence and the final scene), while the Doctor has a minor role in "Turn Left". ... a minute-by-minute teaser guide to Midnight. JETHRO + SKY: No, but ever since all the trouble started, you've been loving it. Colin Morgan (born 1 January 1986) played Jethro Cane in the Doctor Who story Midnight . Soon the passengers begin to panic when one of them is possessed. 0 min. While looking out a window, the on-board trainee mechanic, Claude, noticed a shadow among the diamonds that was moving in the distance, "running" towards them. The Tenth Doctor and Donna visit the resort planet Midnight, the surface of which is bathed in lethal radiation from its star. When a mysterious entityinfiltrates the shuttle bus, no one is to be trusted. "Doctor Who" Midnight (TV Episode 2008) Colin Morgan as Jethro. We must not buy their fruits: "Doctor Who" Midnight (TV Episode 2008) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. As the Doctor converses with Sky, she starts saying things before the Doctor repeats them, making the other passengers believe the entity has moved on to possess the Doctor. When the shuttle bus stopped suddenly and the Midnight entity attacked Sky Silvestry, possessing her, the couple became frightened and wanted to throw her out.  The episode received an Appreciation Index score of 86 (considered Excellent). Species: The Doctor asks Joe to briefly open the cockpit radiation shielding to see what may be causing the problem, and before they are forced to close them again, Claude claims to have seen something moving outside. He praised the fact that all the action happened in one confined space with an unseen enemy, saying "this is psychological drama rather than full-blown horror; creepy-unknown scary, not special-effect-monster scary. This led him to eventually help the other passengers in their attempt to throw the Tenth Doctor from the shuttle rather than continuing to defend him as he had done before. With David Tennant, Catherine Tate, Billie Piper, Rakie Ayola. Skip navigation Sign in. Billen praised the episode for its claustrophobic atmosphere and for showing the series was "not afraid of variety," but instead "dead scared of repetition". The Doctor returns him to Camelot where Jethro slowly adjusts to Merlin's life. BBC One - Doctor Who, Series 4, Midnight, Midnight - Biff, Jethro and the Doctor Series 4, Midnight Midnight The Doctor is trapped on the planet Midnight, and the knocking on the wall begins... 1/18 https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/Jethro_Cane?oldid=3018561.  In 2010, Matt Wales listed "Midnight" as the second-best Tennant episode of the series in an IGN article. As part of a well-deserved holiday, the Doctor takes a tour on a planet called Midnight. Midnight "Midnight" is the tenth episode of the fourth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. Episode Guide for the 2008 series of Doctor Who. The Doctor and other passengers see Sky behaving oddly, repeating what they are saying, frightening the passengers who think she has become possessed by whatever was outside, but the Doctor is intrigued. Merlin/Arthur implied, Doctor/Master and Doctor/Rose implied. Menu. Search. The Doctor and Donna go to an alien spa on a beautiful but uninhabitable planet called Midnight — because, all world-saving and death-avoiding aside, they really are just travellers. Rose appears along with the missing planets, including Poosh, in the two-part season finale "The Stolen Earth"/"Journey's End". While most of the other passengers start to pull the Doctor towards the shuttle door, the hostess, hearing Sky use some of the Doctor's unusual phrases, realises Sky is still possessed. Loading... We’ll stop supporting this browser soon. Mother: y/o son, JETHRO, bit of a Goth, sullen, moping.
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