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Doctor Who – Series 9: Final Thoughts

If Series 8 was about the Twelfth Doctor settling into his freshly regenerated skin and establishing who he truly was as a man, Series 9 sees him much more comfortable and just getting on with life as a wandering Time … Continue reading

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Doctor Who – Series 9, Episode 12: “Hell Bent”

As I watched the introduction where the Doctor finds Clara in an American diner, I thought this would be the epilogue and the rest of the episode would be ‘how we got here’. Turmed out, it both was and wasn’t, … Continue reading

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Doctor Who – Series 9, Episode 6: “The Woman Who Lived”

As we open, we already know the highwayman is Ashildr of course, and we’re just left wondering why she has a man’s voice. She has a great attitude in this scene though, and even her dialogue in the Knightmare voice … Continue reading

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Doctor Who – Series 9, Episode 5: “The Girl Who Died”

The dramatic already-in-the-adventure beginning may not have occurred with every Moffat episode, but certainly enough for us to be adjusted to it – and the Doctor and Clara’s casual treatment of it afterwards feels typical as well. So the theme … Continue reading

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