Ok, so here's my theory.
The Doctor is real.
The universe is so much bigger than we could ever imagine and doctor who is most definately real, as is torchwood, sarah jane's adventures etc.
Now, Everything that happens in the whole 'the 21st century is when it all changes' thing is slightly off time is all. 100 years to be precised.
So, when the daleks and cybermen attacked in the battle of canary wharf in 2006, it did infact happen in 2106.
its a pretty simple theory - and obviously alot of it is ficticious but that's just because a TV show is made to entertain. but the basis of all episodes is real. I mean, they wouldn't know the exact words he said so, of course, that was written by the BBC.
or was it?
You see, this whole plan revolves around one man. John Barrowman.
Think about it. Torchwood is dead - what now is left to celebrate the doctor's memory?
So Jack leaves, teleports back to mid 20th century and he starts a television show called 'Doctor Who', because through all the years he knew the doctor, he never really knew who he was.
And the theory really does work if you think about it. and its actually quite an interesting thing to contemplate. I mean, we've all cried over Tosh and Owen dying but their parents might not have even been born yet, let alone them. So their parents have to be born, meet, have kids, the kids grow up, then the kids meet each other and then they die.
And all Jack has to do is develop a manipulation science similar to that that the carrionites used on Shakespeare and use it on the BBC writers, or give tell them the truth and then retcon them, to make them think that they had the idea in the first place.
Although, his vanity did take its toll a bit and so he did take his own character and hense spin off series.
I could write more but I think that's basically it.
So... What do you think?
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