The BBC is very concerned that we are all very concerned about what happened to Amy and Rory, and if Rory’s father, Brian, ever learned of their fate….
The Doctor refers to Rory leaving his phone charger in Henry VIII’s en suite before we see them in Henry VIII’s bedroom. What the hell?
I’m really astonished at how little advantage Steven Moffat took of a fantastic opportunity to capture the Doctor in an amazing place like New York City…
I’m guessing that all the malevolent aliens confer regularly, at least when they’re about to go after little ol’ planet Earth. They must: it’s the only way to explain why Earth never seems to suffer the same alien attack twice.
I wonder: Is Moffat making space for the legend of the Doctor to disappear, erased from the universe as the memory of him has been erased from the Dalek databases?
Yes, that’s Doctor Who’s Arthur Darvill as Mephistopheles in Doctor Faustus. I saw that production last year: you will want to see it, too.
Oh, I love this. Not just the wonderfulness of this episode, but that I can unreservedly love a Doctor Who again. That feels so good.
I wouldn’t go as far as “disappointed.” There some good stuff here. But the insane Dalek has been done before — and much better…
Rumor there has it that an evening shoot in Brooklyn Heights followed by an overnight shoot in Grand Central Terminal is happening tonight…
And it’s gonna be an epic battle with the Weeping Angels. O. M. G.