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‘Doctor Who’ thing of the day: “Analysis Lessons,” anyone?

This will be on the test, so pay attention.

As noted by Eddie Duffy in comments following my blogging on “The Doctor’s Wife,” there’s a weird little video called “Analysis Lessons” that pops up “if you follow the clues on the BBC website’s episode guides (by picking out the italicised words in the synopses),” says Eddie. The video is at this URL, and here’s the video itself:

The Doctor says:

Hello? If you can hear this, please, listen to me. It’s about time, and how very little of it I’ve got left. Everything that happens next depends on you.

As Drave notes:

“Analysis Lessons” anagrams to “Lonely Assassins”. Coincidence?

Any idea what it all means? Or is Steven Moffat just being a teasy bastard… again?

(If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)

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