That's what I got told. That would be very interesting...if it's at all possible in paradoxical terms. I'm sure they'll find some loophole that will make it acceptable.
It happened before in the old series(The five Doctors).So I'd assume they' be able to conjure up some far-fetched loophole to allow two lol.
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WHAT. THE HELL. HAPPENED?
Okay so they defeated The Silent with Niel Armstrong's foot, River's back in jail and everyone's fine and dandy...but who or what the bloody hell was the girl? I thought she was meant to be a pivotal point in the plot...but we never found out why she was there or what she was doing. And then she started regenerating. Don't you just hate it when that happens?
You can tell that memory is going to be the main theme of this series. There's obviously The Silent, but there's also the backwards relationship between the Doctor and River, Amy can't remember what happened at the orphanage and Rory mentioned something about not always being able to remember the past 2000 years.
Looking forward to the stroppy homicidal mermaid next week.
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The next time we see River, is the first time she meets The Doctor.
Also...I think the Doctor survives somehow (I'm thinking Tennants spare hand , but 'dying' like he did in Episode 1 will allow him to gain a whole new set of regenerations (like the master) and also avoid becoming the Valeyard (who technically is now a paradox since The Doctor can't go back to Gallifrey). I also think that 'current' Doctor knows that 'future' Doctor sent himself the invite but doesn't want to admit it to himself (remember his comment on the envelope being TARDIS blue)
Of course, they're only theories at the moment.
From what I've heard, Humans and Time-Lords can't have children together...BUT....the Doctor claims to be half-human so...like most Time-Lord trivia....it's not fully explained, and may never be.