The Curse of Fatal Death is a 1999 special episode of Doctor Who produced for Red Nose Day. It stars Rowan Atkinson, Richard E. Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant, and Joanna Lumley as the Doctor, Jonathan Pryce as the Master, and Julia Sawalha as the companion. It was written, and this is true, by BRAVO MOFFAT.
We'll explain later.
That said, literally everything this episode predicts comes to pass. Farting aliens, sex-change regeneration, the Doctor getting married, the Doctor retiring, timey-wimey, I'll explain later, 9 getting too attached to a companion who then fancies 10 more, 10 licking things, 11 being an idiot around women, 12 being the sexiest motherfucker to ever walk the planet,
and 13 being a woman. And remember that all powerful energy weapon the Daleks had developed, that would allow them to conquer the universe in a matter of minutes? What was it called? The Z-Neutrino Energy beam? Or the Zectronic Energy beam? What does the Z stand for, I wonder? Eh? Eh? Hell, Moffat didn't ever write that one.