Gillan, who has previously appeared in Doctor Who as a soothsayer in 2008 episode The Fires Of Pompeii, as well as in Rebus and The Kevin Bishop Show, will join Smith for the new series of the hit sci fi drama, which begins filming this summer and will air on BBC1 in spring next year.
However, the BBC has not yet revealed what her character will be called.
First off, SPOILER ALERT.
Secondly, this is from the Lost Experience Alternate Reality Game, so it may have been canonical once but may not be now. In any event, it's a fun explanation of what the numbers mean. Also, the actual description of the game involved to discover all this is enjoyably baroque.
2. The Valenzetti Equation has six terms. The constant coefficients of the six terms are (you guessed it) 4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42.
3. In order to avoid the extinction of the human race, some scientific means must be found to alter one or more of the terms of the Valenzetti Equation.
4. Wealthy industrialist Alvar Hanso (AH) formed the Dharma Initiative to find a way to alter one or more of the Valenzetti Equation's terms (Dharma stands for Department of Heuristics and Research on Material Applications).
5. Each station on the island is the center for researching one term. The groups are to work in secret until they make a breakthrough and signal it to the world. . . .
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While Whedon is the person most associated with "Buffy," Kuzui and her Kuzui Enterprises have held onto the rights since the beginning, when she discovered the "Buffy" script from then-unknown Whedon. She developed the script while her husband put together the financing to make the 1992 movie, which was released by Fox.
Kuzui later teamed with Gail Berman, then president of Sandollar Television, bringing back Whedon to make the TV series, which was produced by Fox TV and launched on the WB in 1997. Kuzui and Sandollar received executive producer credits on "Buffy" and its spinoff, "Angel."
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