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A crush on her? Hmmm....I think the Doctor was enamored with the mystery she presented, rather than anything romantic. And when he wasn't treating her like a puzzle, I felt he acted more like an absurd uncle than anything.

2 days, 8 hours ago on Moffat: Series 8 Not A Fairytale, There Are Consequences

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I hope this is the new TARDIS color scheme. I love the gold time rotor.

3 weeks, 5 days ago on Series 8 Airdate Confirmed, New Trailer & Image

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I believe this was explained away in one of the Eighth Doctor's other format stories (i.e. comics or Big Finish). But if it wasn't, you just watch us RTD!



2 months, 2 weeks ago on RTD: Fans Can’t Ignore “Half-Human” Doctor

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Although the choice is obvious ('Day'), it's not an easy one. A Christmas Carol is my favorite Christmas special and The Snowmen is a close second. And The Time of the Doctor may be my favorite regeneration story.

3 months, 1 week ago on Series 1-7 Face-Off: Moffat Specials

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While I have nothing but distaste for Love and Monsters, and Journey to the Center of the TARDIS is a good episode, many of the episodes here are among New Who's best! Blink is spectacular, The Doctor Dances is wonderful, Midnight is horrifying, and The Girls Who Waited is devastating, but I ultimately had to go with Vincent and the Doctor. 


It does a fantastic job of emphasizing the characters over the plot, to the point where the creature is almost an afterthought. What's important is Amy and the Doctor helping Vincent. As someone who has depression, Vincent's struggles really hit home for me and the ending gets me every time. That Vincent is able to appreciate beauty even with his condition gives me hope. I'm reminded of the Third Doctor's Daisiest Daisy speech from Frontier in Space, the essential message of which is this: the secret of life is to enjoy it as much as you can.




3 months, 2 weeks ago on Series 1-7 Face-Off: Episode 10

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This is a really tough one. I love the whodunnit of the Unicorn and the Wasp, and Donna's my absolute favorite companion. 42 is my favorite episode for Martha, she's just fantastic in it. And The Long Game is a great commentary on the role of media.


A Good Man Goes to War is the best in terms of overall quality, although I almost voted for The Rings of Akhaten for its fantastic music, tone, visuals and Eleven's brilliant monologue. 

3 months, 3 weeks ago on Series 1-7 Face-Off: Episode 7

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I'm glad so many others think as highly, or nearly as highly, of The Eleventh Hour as I do. It's my absolute favorite Doctor Who episode, including classic episodes (although I haven't seen all the black and whites). I was doubtful about Matt Smith going in, but this episode exceeded all my expectations. The music, the tone, the humor, the music, the villain, the foreshadowing, the MUSIC! And Matt Smith was so at ease and natural in the row, it's no wonder he's gone on to become my favorite Doctor. I look forward to Peter Capaldi, although I don't know if he can top Matt Smith in my book. Still, that's what I said about David Tennant...

4 months ago on Best of Matt Smith: Results (5-1)

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Hide made it much higher on the list than I was expecting! Can someone illuminate what I'm clearly missing about the episode? I like it fine, but not more than a lot of episodes seen so far.

4 months ago on Best of Matt Smith: Results (26-20)

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The Lodger and Amy's Choice made it much higher than I'd have thought. Don't get me wrong, I enjoy both, but for me the best episodes balance drama and comedy better than those two did.

4 months ago on Best of Matt Smith: Results (19-13)

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I would like to see either Whithouse, Chibnall or Gatiss or some combination of them in the role. Part of me hopes that Gatiss won't get it so he and Moffat can concentrate on Sherlock, though. And I hope that, unlike RTD, when he leaves Moffat may still contribute the occasional script perhaps another standalone like Blink or The Girl in the Fireplace.

4 months, 2 weeks ago on The Speculator’s Guide to… The Next Showrunner

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