Clara asks if the Morpheus Machine is actually named after Morpheus, the god of sleep. The Morpheus hologram also uses the term 'in the arms of Morpheus', a phrase meaning to be in a deep sleep. See more
You must not watch this. I'm warning you, you can never un-see it. But if you do watch... Gagan Rassmussen. I'm Gagan Rassmussen, this is Le Verrier Lab in orbit around Neptune. I've put things together into some kind of order so that you can, um, understand. So that you can have some idea. There are bits missing, sorry about that. I don't fully understand what's been going on here... but, uh, this is what happened.
Instead of the usual opening credits, an acrostic appears at the end of Rassmussen's opening monologue with vertical letters forming "DOCTOR WHO" highlighted. The acrostic consists of the various characters' names and some sort of ID code. Among the visible names are: GAGAN RASMUSSEN 39900076, 474 T000, OSAMU CHOPRA 8889234, DAIKI NAGATA HJSSLL 56890, DEEP-ANDO 633389. The station's name is visible ("LE VERRIER-H999267") and so is "CLARA OSWALD" - the latter with no extra numbers. There are at least two codes with no names attached: "00002458888C" and "03326755". See more