The Doctor reminds us all that darkness never prevails, even when it's hard to see the light.
The story, "Things She Thought While Falling", bridges the gap between the final Steven Moffat/Peter Capaldi episode, "Twice Upon a Time", and the first Chibnall/Jodie Whittaker episode, "The Woman Who Fell to Earth".
If you haven't heard already, Russell T Davies will be taking part in a Doctor Who rewatch this coming Thursday, March 26 at 7pm United Kingdom time, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the episode "Rose". She should know, after all, she's the Doctor. Whittaker's time-traveling protagonist of the long-running BBC sci-fi series has long made a habit of turning up when the world needs her most. "This is an emergency transmission", she continues.
In the clip, Thirteen says the TARDIS detected some psychological signals from somewhere in space and time, which basically means that there are some anxious people in the universe. "Basically, I think somebody somewhere might be a little bit anxious". I'm actually just self-isolating, or as I like to call it, "hiding from an army of Sontarans" - but keep that to yourself. Despite imminent danger, she gives viewers five tips to get through any situation that causes worry or panic.
Reiterating the important of looking after ones mental health, she went on: 'Two, tell jokes, even bad ones, especially bad ones, I'm brilliant at bad ones. Be kind. Even kinder than you were yesterday and I know you were super kind yesterday.
'Three, be kind. Even kinder than you were yesterday, i know you were super kind yesterday, look out for each other you wont be the only one anxious. Talking will help, sharing will help. Look out for your friends, your neighbors, people you hardly know, and family. She promises that science and doctors have our backs right now. Yes, we love Spider-Man and the Doctor as adults, but they're characters meant to inspire younger generations, and sending messages to fans and reassuring kids who are stuck inside is a wonderful use of their star power. Even kinder than you were yesterday; 4) Listen to science and doctors; 5) Stay strong, be positive. "New treats, from the people who make Doctor Who".