Why did Clara Pond say

Doctor Who - the eleventh Doctor

Yes, the rings of the Agathas, this is the name of this series, or something like that, and it stands in the tradition of transition, one is tempted to think. Somehow it has already emerged that the different versions of Clara Oswin Oswald are the so-called impossible girl (but not in the sense of "Irma, the impossible girl"), but the Doctor wants and needs to know a little more precisely So he drives or flies with his TARDIS to different places and different times that are of particular importance to Clara, i.e. her birth, how her father and mother get to know each other, also to places where Clara has to mourn great losses. A simple leaf, torn from a tree by the autumn wind, should play a central role in this. Clara, who has agreed to accompany the Doctor a little on his lonely journey through space and time, when he asks her about a desired destination for their first trip together, and at first can't come up with anything at all, finally wishes "something awesome." ". And that's actually not a big thing for the doctor - awesome is on the agenda, so to speak. So it goes in the direction of Rings von Akathen, in German roughly "The Agathen Rings", which is a very strange name. The fact that the doctor supposedly knows their way around there particularly well, because he stays there every now and then, is also very strange, but then he really doesn't know. Little Mary, the so-called Queen of Years, runs straight into the arms of good Clara, who immediately realizes that the little girl seems to be facing a tough test, so Clara gives her a so-called pep talk so that she can herself Task of singing the entire history of their people to the sleeping deity. Things go a little wrong, but scholars argue about whether it is anyone's fault. The enemy the Doctor will face next is pretty huge, but a moped is not entirely unconcerned in ensuring that everything (luckily!) Turns out well. But what kind of Agathas it should be, or which Agathas in the plural, as a viewer, of course, one is left in the unknown in the usual manner.