Originally Posted by akSun
So, who's the little girl at the end of ep. 2? She regenerated too ...
Is she the Doctor's daughter? Will there be a female doctor?
If you didn't notice it, Amy Pond's photo was with the other photos of the young girl. Amy could be the mom, or she could be the young child as she looks remarkably like the young Amy (remember the crack in time has followed Amy around). Was the regenerated young girl the same actress who played Amy at the museum (Pandorica) Caitlin Blackwood?
Amy may be a child of Galifrey. I doubt she had a fling with the Doctor, yet. Although she threw herself at the Doctor on her wedding eve. If they were both Timelords, then I could see her leaving Rory for the Doctor. However, Amy said she was pregnant and then later retracted it. It could be the aliens impregnated her and then later erased the memory (although there obviously wasn't time for this to happen in our time and the little girl looked five years old. But you could argue the tubes in the warehouse were parts of an alien incubator with acceleration. In this scenario, the Doctor could be the father without realizing it as his memory could have also been altered.
The older Doctor that was killed could also be from another universe or alternate timeline that needs fixing. We don't know for sure who was in the spacesuit that killed the older Doctor. The lightning bolts imply aliens, but we don't know for sure. Whoever killed him knew about regeneration and how to kill him really dead. We've not seen the aliens in the spacesuit, but we've seen the pre-regeneration little girl in it. It could be an older Amy Pond that walks out of the lake and zaps the Doctor. Or perhaps it is River Song in the spacesuit and the Doctor is the man she is in jail for killing. She was intrigued by the spacesuit.
Finally, I was beginning to wonder if they were going to ignore the fact that it was well established in the original Doctor Who that TimeLords only have 13 regenerations and then die (unless they are the Master, who stole regenerationds from another Timelord). This allows for only two more regenerations before they have to either go against previous canon or come up with some excuse for the Doctor to continue beyond 13 regenerations/actors. These first two episodes may pave the way to a non-trivial solution to this dilemma.
Finally, I loved the twist on the reason that Canton Delaware was fired from the CIA for wanting to get married. And did you get the joke when the Doctor advised Nixon to record everything that occurs in the oval office (an indirect reference to the Watergate tapes)?