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-I'm coping on my own!
-Hello, Craig. I'm back!
ROCK MUSIC HE LAUGHS
'Confidential are on set with an inseparable duo.'
-I'm your baby?
-You're my baby!
'All this and more on Doctor Who Confidential.'
-This is James and Matt.
-We're doing a video diary
for Doctor Who. The time is...
-The time... What's the time?
-The time is...
-Hang on. I've got it here.
-The time is...
-Three hours left!
-It's nothing, is it?
-That's 17 minutes past midnight.
-We've got three hours left.
-Which is nothing,
-cos we've been working till six.
I've got a missed call, so I might just call my girlfriend.
-Cos she's pregnant. Maybe she's having a baby.
-HE LAUGHS Oh, God.
-Can you imagine?
We should capture it on film, see if she's having a baby.
Have you had the baby?
No, she hasn't. OK. Thank God.
'The Doctor Who cast and crew are preparing to film
'in a department store.
'They're joined by returning guest star James Corden.'
-Is this Doctor Who Confidential?
-Doctor Who Confidential. Look who's back!
One of the great joys for me in series five
was how successful and how beloved the episode The Lodger was,
because it was quite close to my heart, that one.
-JC's back in the house.
-How are you? I've missed you.
Having had that, the wonderful James Corden playing Craig,
I said, "Can we do it again? Can you go back and visit again? Is there some other story we can tell?"
It's a pleasure to see you again.
It's lovely to come back to the show.
It was, you know, a pleasant, unexpected surprise, really.
Hello. I... Is it recording? Yes.
I just love working with Matt, really,
so it was a no-brainer to come back.
In between scenes, Matt Smith likes to hold art classes.
This is one of them.
I'm never sure how much people getting on off-screen affects on-screen stuff,
cos they're all really good actors, so they can fake it, frankly.
You're beginning to annoy me, Corden. JAMES LAUGHS
But they do get on very well, and that's up there for all to see.
-What is this?
The Doctor's this otherworldly guy
who knows everything about the universe,
and Craig is this very comfortable guy being pulled along on this adventure,
and the humour comes out of those two worlds crashing together,
and it's very funny to watch.
I love you.
It's nice for baby to have two daddies who love each other.
The Doctor allows Craig to come along
and play the part of his companion, and gives him advice,
and I think Craig is following what the Doctor does, really.
He thinks if you go up and speak to people in that confidential way,
that they'll respond. He's trying it out.
He thinks, "If the Doctor can do it, so can I."
All right, Alfie. You watch Daddy investigate.
You look cute, I'll do the talking.
And Craig, unfortunately... meets Kelly, and it goes very badly.
Good afternoon, sir. Can I help you?
I was kind of thinking about him sort of bumbling through that.
-Do you mind if I ask you some questions?
Just between me and you, in confidence,
have you noticed anything...
Talk to me about ladies' wear.
He gets too close to Kelly, asking her too many questions.
As he backs away, we got him to keep bumping into this sales unit,
and he knocked it over time after time after time.
It almost felt like a stunt. We just kept the camera running.
Some of the stuff that happened afterwards is so funny.
We had to cut away to get the impact to be in another scene,
but what happened was very funny.
Look how cute my baby is!
Look at his face!
So sorry. I'll be all right. I'll be...
I'm all right now.
Sorry. I've got it.
I've got it.
-THEY LAUGH AND CHATTER
-And cut. Thank you.
Hey, come with me. Come and look who this is.
Are you a Radio 1 fan?
-You a Radio 1 fan, yeah?
-Doctor Who Confidential...
-It's Greg James.
-From Radio 1.
-That's exciting, isn't it?
He sent me a text saying, "I'm coming to Doctor Who.
"I think it's when you're there." He came down,
and he had a bit of a shock when it was nights,
and he's in the back of shot in one of my scenes.
So if you look behind James when he's being extra-creepy,
you'll see Greg James shopping for ladies' underwear,
and the only note I gave to him was,
"Make sure you're looking...
So you catch a couple of flashes of Greg over James's shoulder.
Today I've been playing the role of "man in lingerie department",
which I can do really well.
I do it most Saturdays, so...
I just brought that here today to Cardiff. I have to react and go...
Like the acting? I've a got a 2:1 in drama.
-OK. Cut that.
'Someone said to me,
'"Would you like to be in a bit of Doctor Who?"
'And only an idiot would say no.'
And they said, "Well, it's a night shoot,"
and I went, "That's all right. That's fine."
They said, "It's in Cardiff." I went, "OK. That's fine."
They said, "You won't be done until one."
I said, "That's quite late. I've got to be back at Radio by one next day."
..four o'clock, nearly.
My train back to London is at eight.
It was very tough to shoot in the department store,
because the department store would have to be closed out of hours
so we could shoot, even though a lot of scenes were set in the daytime.
We had to shoot from seven o'clock onwards,
so after the staff went, we'd move in and shoot till six in the morning.
Don't be surprised if we're not all looking at the 12th Doctor.
That's all I'll say. And that's not my words.
That's the words of the producers.
It was... It was amazing.
'Greg created a character, and that character was called Carlos.'
Carlos was shopping for underwear for a friend -
not his girlfriend, and it was a whole thing, and...
-Did you not get that by watching it?
-Did you not...
If you watch it back now, you'll see there's a whole thing.
-That's why he's...
-You'll be kicking yourself.
Yeah. You'll really, um... But, yeah. I was blown away by it.
On the DVD box, it'll say,
-It'll say "Carlos Who".
-"Carlos Who, question mark".
I think filming at four o'clock in the morning
does put a drain on people. We were only there four or five nights.
Then when we moved to the house, we were finishing at, like...
four or five in the morning, and me and Matt,
one night, I mean, we lost it.
-Can you hear me?
-Yes. I don't know what to do.
-Listen to me, Craig.
-There's something in your house now.
If you see it...
It's been miniaturised, but it's the most evil, terrible, ghastly thing
that the universe has ever, ever known.
What do you mean?
It's a Dalek.
-HE GASPS IN FEAR
-What does it look like?
Oh, God. I know. It's in Alfie's room.
MATT SINGS "DOCTOR WHO THEME" INTRO
JAMES SINGS THEME MELODY
-Do something, please!
The script was very detailed
on how Craig was to be turned into a Cyberman.
One difficult thing about this kind of story
is, what would normally in Doctor Who be the main plot,
the alien invasion, doesn't take over till the end,
and feels like a different movie.
Stage one - cleanse the brain of emotions.
It becomes a very highly charged emotional scene.
I want the audience to think, "Maybe they're going to do it."
No! Craig! Fight it. They can't convert you if you fight back.
-You're strong. Don't give in to it.
Think of Alfie. Don't let them take it all away!
-Make it stop! Please, make it stop!
Listen to me. I believe in you. I believe you can do this.
I've always believed in all of you, all my life.
Prove me right!
The series has got that theme of death and lingering darkness.
We wanted to try and hold that moment for as long as possible.
Craig! ELECTRICITY CRACKLES
The Doctor can shout till he's blue in the face to Craig about Alfie,
and "Don't let it all go", but the crying is the important thing.
It's the very thing that Craig has hated,
that triggers that thing inside him,
so it's almost like Craig has no conscious control over that.
Emotions eradicated. Conversion complete.
SONG: "I Am Not A Robot" by Marina And The Diamonds
# Guess what
# I'm not a robot
# A robot #
Oh, please, just give me this. Craig!
You wanted a chance to prove you're a dad. You are never going to get a better one than this.
-What is happening?
-What is happening, you metal moron,
a baby is crying. And you'd better watch out, because guess what!
HE LAUGHS Daddy's coming home!
Alfie, I'm here!
-I'm coming for you!
-Yes, Craig! Try!
-Alfie needs you!
-Emergency. Emotional influx.
-We've got to get out of here!
-Here's your daddy.
That was another review. Ten out of ten!
The Cybermen... They blew up!
I blew 'em up with love.
It's fatherhood that destroys the Cybermen,
because that's the real story.
It's the Doctor Who version of a new father bonding with his son.
He blows them up with love, you know?
And I make no apologies for that. HE LAUGHS
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