One of the main advantages of getting ahold of a complete DVD or Blu-Ray is that you finally get to see footage missing in the final cut. DVDs and Blu-Rays are basically extra supply available on payment. Plenty of previously unseen footage has been recovered from amongst remnants of post-production. More often than not the scenes were cut due to per episode time restrains. Same is the case with Doctor Who. A case in point would be the River Song, which never saw the light of the day. It was included in the first Series 6 teaser trailer but never actually materialized. There are still more such scenes out there and we are delighted to have more of Doctor Who. Some will evoke laughter, some will just confuse and the rest will break your heart. Scroll down to view 10 Doctor Who scenes deleted from the episodes.
9. The True Pairing
This one in hand will undoubtedly break the heart of all fans of the tenth Doctor Who (Ross Tyler) diehard lovers on the planet. It is so overwhelming and lovable that it is right up there towards the top of the pole as a contender for the Cutest Deleted Scene Ever. It features for 40 seconds of David Tennat and Billie Piper holding hands and walking joyfully, talking nothing in particular.
If included, this sequence would have been included in Tyler’s last appearance but alas it did not make the cut. Perhaps, it is good that it got cut considering that this last minute dose of incredible sweetness would have sent the fans of this shipping to the point of overdrive.
8. Jenny’s Jesus Christ Act
The Doctor’s daughter (artificially created in a progenition machine using the Doctor’s DNA) death at the end of series 4 was one of the most gut wrenchingly painful and heartbreaking moment in David Tennant’s TARDIS tenure. But the entire affair was actually longer than showed. Soon after the tenth doctor had accepted her as his daughter, the two are cruelly separated after Jenny heroically shielded her father by throwing herself to face the bullet. She died in his arms.
Before the final cut though, the whole scene was longer. The death scene included an extended exchange about the life they could have had. At the end of the episode, she sprung back to life, unbeknownst to the doctor, stole the shuttlecraft and embarked on a new journey. I guess the scene where the exchange took place was cut because Jenny took awfully long to die.