3. Amy discovers River Song is her daughter
Ask any soap fan and they'll tell you that shocking paternity revelations are a staple of good drama. Unexpectedly finding out you're someone's mother is a little less common (especially when they're older than you) but in Doctor Who it works — and creates what must be one of the biggest revelations in the show's history...
Amy: "Where is he going? What did you tell him?"
River: "Amy, you have to stay calm."
Amy: "Tell me what you told the Doctor."
Rory: "No, stop it."
River: "It's okay, Rory. She's fine. She's good. It's the Tardis translation matrix. It takes awhile to kick in with the written word. You have to concentrate."
Amy: "I still can't read it."
River: "It's because it's Gallifreyan. It doesn't translate." River hands Amy a leaf. "But this will. It's your daughter's name in the language of the Forest."
Amy: "I know my daughter's name."
River: "Except they don't have a word for pond. The only water in the forest is the river. The Doctor will find your daughter. And he will care for her, whatever it takes. And I know that. It's me. I'm Melody. I'm your daughter."
4. Fish fingers and custard
The chaotic first time Amelia Pond and her raggedy Doctor came face to face deserves its place among the best Pond moments ever - although the culinary dish in question is arguably less of a classic...
5. Centurion Rory punches the Doctor/Amy discovers Rory is not gay
In equal fifth place, more macho Rory — again demonstrating his love for Amy but this time on the Doctor's face — followed by another revelation for Amy: Rory's not gay, he's just in love with her...