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Jenna Coleman WAS the right actress, I suppose she still could be, but it's unlikely. I had a theory all through s7 that she was really the doctor all along, and was disappointed that she wasn't. However, I see no reason why in the future the doctor could not take her shape as a tribute to her....she would make a brilliant doctor and I'll hold out hope however unlikely
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Moffat: Gender is Fluid on Gallifrey
7/10 could have been so much better if it had been a two parter
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Power of Three
What's the point in being grown up if you can't be childish sometimes?
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe & Series 6 Recap
10/10 I can think of literally nothing wrong with this episode. It's one of my absolute favorites. It's incredibly enchanting and can stand almost completely on it's own if you haven't seen any other episode. (Perhaps I hold so much affection for this one is because it's the first ever episode I watched and it got me hooked)
Doctor Oswald! *dies*
1 year, 1 month ago on Series 8: Meet Danny Pink
What I meant was that the Doctor and Clara have had a bit of a thing going on, that much is clear, and for her to suddenly become uninterested in the Doctor because his face changed and he's a bit older now, and to randomly become interested in Danny Pink would make her seem incredibly shallow, like she'll hook up with any guy that comes along, or like she's only in the show to fulfill the romantic interest requirement instead of being a character of her own. I don't believe that that is her character at all.
Thank you. Clara and the Doctor have had a budding love interest, and for clara to suddenly hook up with Danny pink it would come off as she was just on the show to be someone's romantic partner, instead of a character of her own. She would become a throwaway love interest instead of continuing to be her own character she has been up to this point.
Son of a b*tch. *grumbles about nor being able to edit*
*whispers* because I ship it too hard
But I still believe that Clara can stand on her own without a romantic attachment.
Molly Hooper. Not from Doctor Who, but I'd like to direct anyone who think moffat only writes fiesty, obnoxiously strong female woman towards molly hooper from Sherlock. Probably one of the most normal, absolutely ordinary characters, especially female, that you'll ever find on tv. As such one of the most relatable and believable female character. Moffat should truly be proud of molly hooper, because she's quite extraordinary in the sense she is completely ordinary.
1 year, 1 month ago on Is Steven Moffat a Feminist Writer?
I really hope there's no romance between mr. Pink and ms. Coleman. I will be incredibly disappointed in the moff if this happens. Clara is not a throwaway love interest to anyone. She deserves to have a character arc that stands up on it's own. Not every female character on TV has to find a happy ending through a romantic ending, I'd like to see her come out of it stronger and as a better person, and completely unattached to anyone. (Though I will completely accept it if the doctor continues to fall for her)
A gem, that speech.
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: Closing Time
5/10 an okay episode but with a crap resolution and poorly written cybermen
Eh it was alright.
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: Night Terrors
We got a drunk!high!rory so there's a good thing
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Curse of the Black Spot
I'd love to see them co - write for a season before Gatiss takes over with occasional co - written stories from Moffat and all of them, I think it'd be interesting. But Gatiss is definitely my pick.
1 year, 1 month ago on Steven Moffat on his Doctor Who Future
8/10 one of the most underrated episodes with a+ storytelling and a proper amount of wobbly wobbly timey wimey. On first watching it's forgettable, but after several times watching it it's one of my favorites
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: Amy’s Choice
6/10 for me. It's a well-written episode, it just doesn't do it for me. It's very forgettable except it's Rory's first real episode as a companion.
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Vampires of Venice
I admire your bravery in expressing your opinion, friend. Beware the sharks.
1 year, 1 month ago on John Hurt on Doctor Who Return
I give it a 7/10. It's a good, enjoyable episode and very well written, however the angels never should have moved on-screen. Also, the resolution seemed like a cop-out. Moffat used the cracks, which was the season arc, as a solution to the story and, though it was an interesting way to end a story, it still feels like he's using the cracks as a cop out to resolve the story.
But it is a very good story and i love the new scare level the angels are given with invading amy's mind. I find the angels to be scary in this episode up to the point they moved on screen. Amy's characterization was good in this episode and if you go back and watch it after knowing who River is it's amazing she could fake that she doesn't know amy so well.
And the Doctor is spot-on in this episde, matt's smith trap speech is perf.
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Time of Angels / Flesh & Stone
8/10 for A+ Storytelling, but this episode loses points for a bad Dalek design. Since that was no fault of the writer, I still think it deserves very high marks
1 year, 1 month ago on Best of Matt Smith: Victory of the Daleks