The Other Asylum of the Daleks Prequel
It turns out that Pond Life wasn’t the only Doctor Who “prequel” released for Asylum of the Daleks. Only this one was apparently only made available to “Season Pass” iTunes subscribers in America, for some reason.
The iTunes synopsis reads: “The Doctor receives a message from a mysterious hooded stranger – a woman called Darla Von Karlsen wants to meet him…”
UPDATE: Full version added (Big thanks to Veronica for uploading!)
Transcript by laetitiae:
Click: [spoiler]Scene in tea shop. Doctor is about to eat a crumpet. Sees a headless monk at the other side of a shop, no one else notices the monk. The doctor looks down, when he looks back up the monk is sitting across the table from him.
D: “I don’t think I asked you to sit.”
M: “There is a woman who wants to meet you.”
D: “I’m married.”
M: “Your help is required.”
D: “I don’t discuss my business in public.”
M: “I know”
Monk waves hand and everyone disappears.
Doctor leans in and smiles. “Who are you?”
M: “A messenger”
D: “Good messenger?”
M: “Darla Von Karlsen”
D: “Never heard of her.”
Doctor stands up and immediately is in a new place. Looks around.
D: “Where’s the tea room?”
M: “We were never in the tea room.” (At this point the monk is heard but not seen.)
D: “Ooooh. Of course. Psychic projection. Someone is sending me a dream message. Well I hope I fell asleep somewhere comfy.”
M: “Do you recognize where you are?”
Doctor looks around. Looks like a dilapidated and ravaged place. We hear children laughing. “I remember. How do you hang up on this thing?”
M: “You can’t.”
D: “Oh yeah? And what if I just wake up?”
Doctor shifts to being on a beach.
M: “No, doctor. The beach isn’t real either. You are still dreaming.”
Shifts to doctor standing in space. Monk appears again.
M: “Space time coordinates. You will meet DVK here. Her daughter is in danger and only you can save her.” (There are space time coordinates shown. Look a bit like the circles on the back of the timelord watch fobs.)
“You recognize the planet?”
Doctor whispers, “yes”
M: “Say it. Name the planet.”
D: “I will not say that name.”
M: “SAY IT” (At this point the Doctor shifts to being on the TARDIS.)
M: “Name the planet” (This is said several times with the lines interrupting each other a bit. Slightly different voices.)
Close up on the Doctor, in a fairly surreal scene. Ends with an extreme close up of his eyes, which look disturbed/frightened. “Skaro.”
Scene of the TARDIS flying through space. End clip.[/spoiler]
Hopefully the full version will be available online soon.
[Thanks to Colton for the heads up.]