He triggers Amy's memories, but as she remembers, it is revealed that the centurion Rory is actually an Auton—a duplicate of living plastic—created from Amy's memories to help capture the Doctor.

Rory's consciousness tries to fight his programming, but he is compelled to shoot and kill her.

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After he uses the Pandorica to reboot the universe, the Doctor travels back through his timeline and is able to plant memories in Amy of the TARDIS.

Amy awakes on her wedding day in a timeline where her parents are again part of reality and marries a restored Rory.

Amy is later persuaded by the Doctor to let her adult daughter make her own way in life.

In "The Girl Who Waited", Amy becomes separated from the Doctor and Rory on a planet's quarantine facility and lives on her own for 36 years before they return.

In the girl's orphanage room, Amy finds strange pictures of herself holding a newborn baby.

When the Doctor questions Amy about the pregnancy, she insists she was wrong and further investigation by the Doctor is inconclusive.

Amy's body is kept alive in the Pandorica, a special prison intended to trap the Doctor. The Doctor realises that Amy is connected to the cracks in the universe which originated from a temporal explosion on her wedding day.

He tells her that her parents had been erased by the crack in her wall and urges her to remember them.

She helps him save Earth from the galactic police force the Atraxi, and when he returns two years later she begins travelling with him as his companion.

In the fifth series finale, "The Pandorica Opens"/"The Big Bang", Rory reappears in 102 AD as a Roman centurion.

Amy and Rory marry at the end of the fifth series and in the sixth series Amy gives birth to their daughter, Melody Pond, who is revealed to be recurring character (since the fourth series) River Song (Alex Kingston).