Doctor Who continued tonight with the Time Lord of Jodie Whittaker and the gang who undertook a trip to the past.
They ended up in Montgomery, Alabama, where they met with Rosa Parks (played by Vinette Robinson).
There, the TARDIS team had to prevent the evil Krasko (Josh Bowman) from changing the course of the story.
The criminal clearly had some problems with the race and wanted to prevent Rosa Parks from getting on the bus with which she would change the world.
As the story unfolds, the viewers of Doctor Who were left crying, but it seems that they have not yet seen the end of Krasko.
Ryan Sinclair (Tosin Cole) sent him back to the past and used an "unpleasant" temporary displacement weapon. "
As the Whovians know very well, if they do not see a villain completely defeated, they could return.
And it seems that they have not seen enough of Krasko yet.
Apparently, evil to the core, the leather-clad villain was certainly charismatic.
In addition, it was equipped with gadgets that only a time traveler would recognize.
A few minutes after meeting him, the Doctor saw his Vortex Manipulator, something she had seen before.
Created by the Time Agency, it allows some to travel very crudely through time and space.
Captain Jack Harkness (John Barrowman) made them famous in Doctor Who, as he would travel the universe largely as a rogue.
The arrival of this device sheds light on the possible Whovians of Timeless Child who have been warned.
Jack was explored in depth during Chris Chibnall and Russell T Davies & # 39; Torchwood, of which they were the main writers together.
The adorable character has not been seen in Doctor Who since The End of Time, with the incarnation of David Tennant.
It was also revealed that it was Boe's Face, after Rose Tyler (Billie Piper) accidentally made him immortal.
Krasko's suitcase presented the initials "G.F.B", but are two of the representatives of "Face" and "Boe"?
With Jack able to change his face, do Doctor Who fans see a younger version of the beloved character?
In addition, the suit is not very different from the first versions of John Barrowman, since the leather is a considerable subject as much for Jack as for Krasko.
Perhaps the biggest clue of all the points is that Jack is the Child without time, who claims that he is immortal and, therefore, transcends time.
Is Jack the great villain in Doctor Who season 11?
Doctor Who continues next Sunday on BBC One at 9 pm.