The last person that the 10th Doctor hugged was Wilfred.
If you look on the iTunes homepage, there is a tab that says, “Free on iTunes”. Click on that and scroll to the “Featured TV Shows” tab. Under that is the episode.
I’m guessing it’s free in honor of the Olympics because the episode is when Rose and the Doctor travel to 2012 to see the Olympics.
We forgot to mention this. We’re sorry. We’re so sorry.
Mary Tamm, the first Romana from Doctor Who has died at age 62.
Anglophenia’s Fraser McAlpine wrote it better than any of us could:
I’m writing this on behalf of every Doctor Who fan who finds it hard to know what the appropriate response may be when one of the many actors who gave their favorite show life, loses theirs. I’ve never met the actress Mary Tamm – whose death from cancer at age 62 was announced today – most likely very few people reading this have, and yet, ever since her stint as the first Romana in the last ’70s, playing an impossibly glamorous Time Lady opposite Tom Baker’s Fourth Doctor, she (or rather Romana) has been a very real part of my mental landscape.
We just wanted to remind you that the Doctor Who Series 7 premiere date has not been announced yet and that any date you see floating around the internet is probably dangerous because dates don’t float. It’s totally unnatural for them to do that. So avoid them. Or cover your mouths when they float by.