The hotel I am in has deeply mediocre wi-fi, so I'm going to make this quite brief.
In the most recent Doctor Who Magazine, Steven Moffat posed a neat trivia question of the sort that TARDIS Eruditorum thrives on: in what Doctor Who story does it become unequivocally the case that the Doctor is not human? Moffat points out, for instance, that it's not An Unearthly Child. Sure, the Doctor says he's not from Earth, but the series is full of humans that live on other planets. So when, he asks, is it absolutely unequivocally stated.
Bonus points for whoever can convincingly argue the latest point at which you can believe the Doctor is human. Let's stipulate also that we take all statements made by characters as true unless there's an active reason to believe otherwise - so no going "well the Doctor could have lied when he said..."
I've seen some discussion on it, but I'm curious what you lot settle on.
Oh, and due to the same poor wi-fi, next week's post order is going to be screwy - I should be running Albion on Tuesdays while Eruditorum is thrice-weekly due to Thursdays being comics posts, but I don't think I can process an image-heavy post on hotel wi-fi, so I don't know what will be what day.
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