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InkL0sed wrote:Blink is good, but really, just watch anything written by Moffat in the Davies era. My favorite episode is probably The Girl in the Fireplace.
Symmetry wrote:Just saw episode 3. I liked it, but not as much as the first two. Anyone see it yet? There's a fair amount that just didn't make sense to me, but I guess they can get away with it by now just on the grounds that it makes a more fun story.
jonesthecurl wrote:Well, "the Doctor" could have answered the simple question, "who?"
InkL0sed wrote:So, was anyone remotely surprised by the recent revelation?
I was disappointed, really. I had hoped it wouldn't be that obvious.
InkL0sed wrote:A good friend of mine said this about the latest episode:
"Character depth and sense was thrown to the wind for the sake of melodrama, Shit That Sounds Cool, and ZOMG HOW COOL ARE THESE TWISTS. So...really...nothing new."
I think that's too harsh. I thought it was a good episode, as a whole. I am getting a little tired of Moffat's need to make everything epic, but then again, there were some terribly over the top season finales under Davies.
crispybits wrote:Not gonna be a jerk and add any spoilers, but I'll give tonight's return a solid 7/10. Not the best episode ever by a long shot but then we are only just getting to know that new companion. Solid enough and worth 45 minutes of your life if you're a fan for sure!
jonesthecurl wrote:only, I think, because it's a part of a much larger story arc. And the basic idea was quite scary. I suspect we may be seeing it again.
maxfaraday wrote:1. The new opening credits SUCK.
2. Clara is about as boring as Martha.
3. I wonder who the bad guy was... Maybe the Master? Or someone else from the old series?
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