The Doctor and Rose are indirectly responsible for their separation; their enjoyment of the events of “Tooth and Claw” horrifies Queen Victoria and leads to the establishment of Torchwood. Over a century later, the institute’s foolish actions are resolved at the expense of the Doctor and Rose’s companionship. “It’s deliberate when that happens [The Doctor and Rose’s arrogance]”, said head writer Russell T Davies, “and they do pay the price. In “Tooth and Claw”, they set up the very thing — Torchwood — that separates them in the end. It’s sort of their own fault.”

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