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Friday 2 December 2016

A Question of Time Again!

    During ‘The Chimes of Big Ben’ Number 6 thought Number 2 was running out of time, but Number 2 thought it would save time if Number 6 simply answered whether it was one lump of sugar or two. Number 2 then only had three days in ‘A B and C.’ While at the outset of ‘It’s Your Funeral’ Number 2’s Plan division Q was already running late. And Number 2 of ‘A Change of Mind’ thought that Number 6 couldn’t stand his job, so he needed time to think, but Number 6 demanded that it wasn’t time. And during the deliberations between Number 6 and Number 2 of ‘Once Upon A time’ were only given a week to bring those deliberations to a satisfactory conclusion, to which Number 2 protested as they didn’t want to damage Number 6. But it would always be a question of time from the moment the time lock of the steel door was set and began counting down. However even in the final couple of minutes as Number 6 counted down the seconds Number 2 thought there was still time………… And yet there is one other which slipped the net the last time, in the opening scene of ‘Dance of The Dead’ when Number 2 was presumably on the telephone speaking to Number 1 who asked about Number 6, “Oh, he’ll be no trouble” she said “its just a question of time.” How much time do they need? By the time of ‘Dance of The Dead’ almost half the time spent on the series had passed by already. And in that same episode Number 6 said to the maid Number 54, who is wearing a late 18th century costume dress at the time, “Don’t tell me that time travel is in it as well!” if it was, then ‘Dance of The Dead’ could take its rightful place as the second episode to ‘Arrival,’ and then Number 2’s thinking that “Its just a question of time” would make better sense.

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