- The chemistry between Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman is hotter than July.
- The Bells of Saint John is set in modern-day London so don't expect to see any famous historical figures.
- Look out for the Doctor's new nemesis, the Spoonheads. I must say, they are particularly creepy. I was a tad unnerved while I watched. OK - they're not the Daleks but then, what is?
- Despite dying twice already, you will totally buy into this third appearance of the rather mysterious new companion. Clara slips into the role as if she's never been away.
- The Bells of Saint John is, like the Christmas episodes, a standalone instalment (albeit with far less schmaltz). If you've never watched Doctor Who, it's a good place to start.
- Matt Smith's Doctor has a new wardrobe which I personally describe as Teddy Boy-geek. It really suits him. In fact, I'd go as far as saying, he looks pretty hot... in a nerdy way. (Who is she trying to kid? He looks hot regardless.)
- Colm McCarthy, at the helm of a Doctor Who episode for the first time, will be directing Hollywood action movies (Bond?) soon if this episode is anything to go by. Talk about slick, fast-paced direction! There are also some wonderful visual techniques.
- London's new and old iconic landmarks are put to good use in this episode. There is a scene involving the Shard which could be straight out of a James Bond movie. Matt Smith looked as if he was having a blast - and you will too when The Bells of St John airs on Easter Saturday.
"The Bells of Saint John" airs tonight on BBC1 at 6.15pm.