The short story is presented as a homework essay from Sally, though only 12 years old, who encounters evidence of the Doctor's presence from the past in her aunt's house while visiting. Don't turn your back. But Sally is in 2007, and they won't meet until 2008. Larry gives Sally a list of the DVDs. Written by docfester Not if you are the Doctor. Add the first question. They just belong in a different part of our heads. As expected by Moffat and Gold, this led online retailers such as ThinkGeek, and Zazzle, among others, to offer versions of such a product for sale. Before leaving, Sally takes a Yale key hanging from the hand of a statue. Ever. 94 of 100 people found this review helpful. , "Blink" received universal critical acclaim, with many praising the acting, the script, the level of fear and the Weeping Angels themselves. These cryptic messages left on 17 DVD's leave Sally Sparrow on a journey to assist the Doctor and Martha Jones, who are trapped in 1969. You have to remember that being scared of the dark and being scared of monsters is basically a childish impulse. Sally visits Kathy's brother Larry at work to tell him Kathy loves him.  Fields House, located in Newport, filled in for Wester Drumlins.  The Daily Telegraph named the episode one of the best of the show's entire run, noting that, while the Doctor "is somewhat on the periphery here", it "adds to the threat".  The Weeping Angels came in at number three in Neil Gaiman's "Top Ten New Classic Monsters" in Entertainment Weekly, while TV Squad named them the third scariest television characters. Unusual? And don't Blink. "Don't Blink. The list is Sally's own DVD collection.  Mulligan later called the effects "so good" and "really creepy". Good Luck." In the episode, the Tenth Doctor—a time travelling alien played by David Tennant—is trapped in 1969 and tries to communicate with a young woman in 2007, Sally Sparrow (Carey Mulligan), to prevent the statue-like Weeping Angels from taking control of the TARDIS. Billy puts the Easter egg on the DVDs. Part of the story for "Blink" is based on Moffat's Ninth Doctor short story from the Doctor Who Annual 2006 called "'What I Did on My Christmas Holidays' by Sally Sparrow".  The actresses wore two distinct masks: one that was more docile looking, and one with fangs bared.  He concluded that, "it's difficult to believe that so much was accomplished in such a short amount of time. Strange? , A line spoken by the Doctor, "The angels have the phone box", is rhetorically repeated by Larry and prompts him to say "I've got that on a T-shirt". Looking for something to watch? Blink and you're dead. A year later, Sally and Larry meet the Doctor prior to him being stuck in 1969. Don't look away. Strange? The episode is based on a previous short story written by Moffat for the 2006 Doctor Who Annual, entitled "'What I Did on My Christmas Holidays' By Sally Sparrow". These cryptic messages left on 17 DVD's leave Sally Sparrow on a journey to assist the Doctor and Martha Jones, who are trapped in 1969.