Dead Man Walking
John Barrowman (Captain Jack), Eve Myles (Gwen), Burn Gorman (Owen), Naoko Mori (Toshiko), Gareth David-Lloyd (Ianto), Freema Agyeman (Martha Jones), Richard Briers (Parker), Christine Bottomley (Maggie), Louis Decosta Johnson (Farrington), Brett Allen (Taylor), Gil Kolirin (Webb)
|Written by||Joseph Lidster|
|Directed by||Andy Goddard|
|Produced by||Richard Stokes|
After revealing his undead state, Owen tells the woman about the days since his death, shown as a series of flashbacks.
Martha concludes that Owen is 100% human yet will not age.
As Owen toys with a scalpel in the autopsy room, Martha tries to reassure him that she doesn’t want his job. While talking, she realises that Owen has sliced his hand – a wound he can’t feel, which won’t heal. Owen heads home, where he begins to clear out his apartment.
On the roof, the woman says Owen and Tosh sound like a married couple. She tells him that her husband died in a car accident on their wedding day. She asks Owen if things get better when you die, and Owen flashes back to his apartment. He asks Tosh why she is there, and becomes angry when she offers to help.