Time of the doctor

In the aftermath of the Doctor’s regenerative backdraft, the staggered villagers of Christmas appear from hiding. A woman cries from the impact of what has occurred while others act quickly to clean up the scene of bedlam and saving others requiring help. Clara immediately returns to the TARDIS in search of the Doctor, noticing the call box door open, where the external phone mysteriously lies off the hook; she places it back where it should hold and goes within. She sees the Doctor’s weathered out winter clothes laid out on the TARDIS metal floor, while an almost empty bowl of fish fingers and custard lies on the control panel. She hears steps coming up the stairs. She turns around to see the Doctor, with his current incarnation’s youth returned and dressed in his usual attire. Clara’s joy at witnessing a “young” Doctor suddenly fades when he informs her that this is “just the reset” – the process of transformation has started, and cannot be stopped. He appreciates one last taste of the fish custard, a meal he savored at the very start of his now fading incarnation. Clara is disheartened greatly when she realizes that the Doctor she knew is about to die. However, the Doctor is not unsettled about the regeneration still to come. He knows how fast everything regarding him and life itself can be gone in a moment since it is always changing. He consoles Clara by describing to her that times change, and we must change with them. The Doctor’s hand starts to shine with regenerative energy, and he laughs.Like when my brother broke his cell and needed iPhone 5 repair services.

Suddenly, he sees a little girl traveling through the balcony of the TARDIS with cheerful giggling, with all inch of its walls covered in her drawings of their experiences together, besides those delivered to him by the children on Trenzalore. Aloud, he cries out to Amelia. Confused, Clara asks who Amelia is, and he defines her as “the first face this face saw.” Happily anticipating the regeneration, the Doctor gives this incarnation a loving eulogy.

” We all change, if you think about it, we are all different people, all through our lives, and that’s okay, that’s good! You gotta keep moving, as long as you remember all the people that you used to be. I will not forget one line of this, not one day, I swear. I will always remember when the Doctor was me.” He then sees an adult Amy Pond in the TARDIS. Amy walks down the stairs from the balcony, and proceeds to place her hand against his cheek, and says to him, “Raggedy Man… good night.”
~Eleventh Doctor

The Doctor lays his hand upon her face as well, only to notice he’s stretching out for air; his vision of Amy and the drawing covered TARDIS wall was a dream. Ready to walk on and become a new man, the Eleventh Doctor removes his honored bow-tie, lowering it to the floor, before seemingly focusing on his next regeneration. In tears, Clara begs him not to change and stretches her hand out to him. Extending his hand – now gleaming with regenerative energy – towards her, he smiles wearily and mutters “Hey…”, and then suddenly jerks his head back…
In nearly a second, accompanied by a sudden burst of golden light and an explosive noise, the Doctor effectively changes from the young, geeky alien Clara knew, to a tall, skinny, older-looking man with short silver hair and the faultless razor-sharp gaze of the mysterious Doctor from the future. That accompanied the previous twelve to protect Gallifrey from the Time War. Entirely dumbfounded by this new face, Clara can only watch open-mouthed as the Twelfth Doctor gazes her right in the eyes, before toppling backwards with a grunt of pain, clutching his abdomen. He declares, “KIDNEYS! I’ve got new kidneys! I don’t like the color…” Bewildered, Clara can plainly ask if it’s the color of his kidneys he doesn’t like. Suddenly, the TARDIS begins shaking. The new Doctor not only informs her that they’re expected to be crashing into something, but to her horror, he states he has “just one question…do you happen to know how to fly this thing?”