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The Doctor is surprised to find that "TARDIS" is a gas balloon - "Tethered Aerial Release Developed In Style", and comes to realise that the Next Doctor is really a human, Jackson Lake, the supposed first missing person.
The Doctor suspects that Jackson had encountered the Cybermen and used the infostamps, containing knowledge of the Doctor, to ward them off.
In this alternate ending Davies imagines, Miss Hartigan "should have destroyed the Cybermen when she screamed...
but she's still in the chair", as the Cyberking falls to the Earth, the Doctor calls out to her saying "Save them." This version would have Hartigan redeem herself as she is the one to cause the Cyberking to disappear, with no need for what Davies calls "a silly Dalek continuum dimension vault".
"The Next Doctor" is the first of the 2008–2010 specials of the British science fiction television programme Doctor Who that was broadcast on 25 December 2008, as the fourth Doctor Who Christmas special of the revived series.
The pair then head off for a Christmas dinner in honour of those they have lost.
The crowds of people below, rallied by a speech by Jackson, cheer and applaud the Doctor.
In the aftermath, Jackson thanks the Doctor for what he has done and is allowed to see the interior of the true TARDIS, much to his pleasure.
The Cybermen turn on Miss Hartigan, converting her into the controller for the "Cyberking", a giant mechanical Cyberman powered by the energy generated by the children.
She tries to protest, saying that the Cybermen promised her she would never be converted, but the Cyberleader claims "That was designated a lie." Jackson explains to the Doctor how he has started recovering his memories, and remembers encountering the Cybermen on moving into his new home.
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Julie Gardner felt this would have been a superior, "marvellous" ending and Davies says he "can't bear that there could have been a better ending than we actually transmitted".