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During the Battle of Canary Wharf the Daleks and the Cybermen finally got a the two arguably greatest enemies of the Doctor get to meet and obviously it was . Meet Daleks and Cybermen at The Doctor Who Experience at Olympia in London . At the same time, the Daleks notice lifeform readings and send Dalek Thay to investigate. The Cybermen and the Dalek meet in the corridor outside the Void.
Everyone except Jackie has crossed the breach and is thus vulnerable to being trapped in the Void, so the Doctor sends them all to the parallel universe. Rose decides she would rather be with the Doctor than her family and jumps back to help him. The Cybermen attempt to stop the Doctor but are repelled by a converted Ms.
Hartman, who has resisted the effects of her conversion and at least partially retains her sense of self. The Doctor and Rose open the breach and hang on to magnetic clamps as the Cybermen and Daleks are pulled in. The Cult of Skaro use an emergency temporal shift to escape. Rose's lever slips, and in resetting it she loses her grip and plunges toward the Void.
At the last second, Pete reappears and grabs her, and together they transport back to the parallel universe. The breach closes, leaving a devastated Rose trapped in the parallel universe. The devices used to travel between the two worlds have also stopped working. The Doctor presses his ear against the wall, as a tearful Rose does the same in the other universe, as if trying to listen for each other. Some time later, Rose has a dream where she hears the Doctor's voice calling her.
He tells Rose he is using the energy of a supernova to transmit to her via one last small breach between universes. Rose breaks down in tears and tells the Doctor that she loves him, and he responds, "Quite right, too, and, I suppose, if this is my last chance to say it: Rose Tyler—"; before the Doctor can finish his reply, the breach seals and the Doctor's image disappears.
With the Doctor shocked and confused, the mysterious bride angrily demands to know where she is, leading to the events of " The Runaway Bride ". Conception[ edit ] Doomsday featured the departure of Rose Tyler portrayed by Billie Piper pictured who made the decision to leave the role a year prior.
The concept of the Daleks and Cybermen appearing together on screen is not new; in Decemberthe BBC approached Terry Nation to have both races in a serial, but Nation vetoed this idea.
The concept came to Davies while mapping out the series: The role was ultimately given to Pete, to emphasise that he had accepted Rose as a surrogate daughter. Pullman was "flattered" by the references in the episode, and compared Davies' actions to his own practice of referencing works.
To ensure that Clarke and Dingwall were available for filming, the story was filmed in the season's third production block with " Rise of the Cybermen " and " The Age of Steel ". Filming for the story started on 2 November on location in KenningtonLondon, but did not become the primary focus of the production crew until 29 November, when filming began on the scenes in and around the sphere chamber.
The scene of the Tylers driving through Norway was filmed at Bridgend on 6 December. It interrupts all television to make a message in which it promises to convert all humans into Cybermen.
There appear to be Cybermen in every home on Earthand Cybermen are said to be on every landmass. However, despite the call for surrender, the British Army mobilises and soon fighting and fire have spread across the whole of London and by implication other places as wellwith both sides taking losses. The Cyber-Leader is confused that humanity hasn't surrendered, to which the Doctor angrily snarls that mankind is not taking instructions; the Cybermen are "on every street, you're in their homes, you've got their children!
Of course, they're gonna fight! At the same time, the Daleks notice lifeform readings and send Dalek Thay to investigate. The Cybermen and the Dalek meet in the corridor outside the Void Room. The Doctor, Jackie, Rose and Mickey can see them both through video transmissions and the Doctor is visibly horrified to see the Dalek.
The Cybermen and Daleks first meet. The Cybermen ask that the Daleks identify themselves and the Daleks demand the same. Neither complies and there is a stand-off, which Mickey describes as "Stephen Hawking meets the Speaking Clock".
The Daleks accidentally slip up when Dalek Thay says that "Daleks do not take orders", but recognise the Cybermen, comparing them to their own universe's Cybermen. The Cybermen and the Daleks exchange insults until the Cybermen offer to form an alliance with the Daleks to overtake Earth, and eventually upgrade the universetogether.
The Dalek refuses and the Cybermen open fire to no avail and are easily exterminated. The Cyber-Leader warns Dalek Sec that he declared war on the Cybermen, to which he replies, "This is not war, this is pest control! Dalek Jast then spots the Doctor on the screen, and the Daleks register him as an enemy but fail to recognise who he is exactly.
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Dalek Sec recognises that Rose's heartbeat has increased, causing Mickey to say, "Yeah, tell me about it! Rose tells them who he is and the Daleks move back terrified. Rose is amused that five million Cybermen are easy, but one Doctor has got the Daleks scared.
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After a brief conversation with the Doctor about Rose's safety, Jackie is dragged away to be upgraded along with Yvonne Hartman. The Doctor promises he will save Jackie and get her out alive before she is taken away.
The Cyber Leader comments that the Time Lord is proof of how emotions weaken humans. The Doctor agrees but then says that he quite likes hope, and in that instant, a team with guns suddenly appear and destroy all Cybermen in the Breach Room. The leader reveals himself to be Jake Simmonds. The Doctor is shocked to see him here since he is from a parallel universe. In the area the Cybermen were hiding in, sparks and screams are coming from the Torchwood personnel as they are converted into Cybermen.
Yvonne explains to Jackie that their brains are going to be placed in the Cybermen shells, angering Jackie. Jackie tells Yvonne that what is happening now is Torchwood's fault and she has brought death and destruction to the Earth. Yvonne is taken away, as she tries to remind herself that what she did was for 'Queen and country'. Shortly after, the Cybermen receive an update that original Cyber-Leader has been killed and begin to download his files into another Cyberman unit, enabling Jackie to escape down the stairwell.
Meanwhile, the Doctor tells Jake that they cannot just hop from one universe to another. Jake shows the Doctor the disc-shaped devices they developed with their world's version of Torchwood, and before the Doctor can stop him, Jake transports the two of them. Jake explains that they found out what the parallel Torchwood was doing and the People's Republic took control.
As the Doctor asks Jake to take him back, Pete Tyler steps out of the shadows, telling the Doctor that this is their world and for once, he is going to listen. Dalek Thay returns to the Sphere room, suggesting that they should concentrate on the Genesis Ark before attempting to battle the Cybermen. Dalek Sec orders the Daleks to begin the awakening and all four Daleks attach the ends of their Manipulator armss to four spheres which are positioned on the Ark's four sides.
Jake, Pete and the Doctor in the parallel Torchwood. Pete explains that they tried sealing up the Cybermen in the factories, but other people argued that the Cybermen were still people and needed help.
As the debate went on, the Cybermen infiltrated the parallel Torchwood, found the Doctor's universe and vanished; they realized their home world was too prepared to fight them off, but the Doctor's universe had less advanced weapons that could destroy them. The sheer mass of five million Cybermen is why it took them three years to cross while individuals could pop across in a second.
Mickey reveals to Rose that he has one of the dimension-jumping devices, but it can only transport him, saying the Daleks won't need him or Rose.
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Rose proceeds to wonder aloud why the Daleks would build something they couldn't open having realised that the Daleks need a time-traveller's touch to open the Ark.
When Rose asks what is inside, the Dalek only replies enigmatically, "The future. However, ambient temperatures are rising and the ice caps are melting. Pete correctly surmises that it has to do with the breach; the Doctor confirms that every time someone crosses over damage is done, and if it keeps up both worlds will fall into the Void.