The issue being that Amy and Rory's vacation ship got trapped within its stormy atmosphere and this modern day scrooge was the key to freeing them since he can somehow manipulate the atmosphere. Mind when I mentioned before that The Doctor has used his TARDIS once to pull a ship OUT OF THE GRAVITATIONAL PULL OF A BLOODY BLACK HOLE. Everything else should be small peanuts compared. He should not have any issue saving this ship but instead he goes through this whole pointless act to change someone with no really good outcome at the end. But again this episode was nothing but Paradoxes left and right, the universe should have been torn asunder within 15 minutes of the episode if not over and over again right up until near the end where it was straight up "Meeting up and touching your younger self Paradox" AKA THE ONE THING YOU DO NOT DO IN TIME TRAVEL PERIOD.
Don't even get me started on that...I mean, it was nice for like 5 year olds who don't understand the Doctor Who Universe and want a A Christmas Carol
-type episode (even though 5 year olds probably won't understand the full episode, so the episode catered to nobody), but it was fun watching him break every single rule of the Time-Space continuum...
And the Reapers! Geez, it's like them, the Judoon, the Atraxi - You'd think all this rule-breaking, they'd be seen in every
episode, but no. I don't get it....
Ha, and the end of Season 6! I think we've complained enough, but such a random plotpoint there...
Also In the "Time Crash" Special with the 10th Doctor he met up with Peter Davison's 5th Doctor. The Doctor that Tennant was inspired by, and enjoyed as a kid.
That's the one! Yes, I heard that, but have a special around it and break rules? XD
P.S. if you want to wrap your mind around this, David Tennant is married to the same woman who played "The Doctor's Daughter" in the episode of the very same name. That woman also being the real life daughter of Peter Davison, The 5th Doctor.
Indeed...I've been wondering if their son will be in the Who Universe anytime soon
Moffett (her name) and Moffat, confusing