Yuki-Anne wrote:Yeah, I was kind of hoping that... SPOILER: Highlight text to read: Jenny was dead for good, because that whole team of characters just kind of bugs/bores me. Even Strax. But if Jenny was dead, I thought maybe Vastra would become a darker, more interesting character. But no... *sigh*
And does it bug anybody else that they're supposedly married but one is completely subservient to the other? Like, just imagine if Vastra was a dude. How many people would be crying foul on that?
Yuki-Anne wrote:Yeah, I was kind of hoping that... SPOILER: Highlight text to read: And does it bug anybody else that they're supposedly married but one is completely subservient to the other? Like, just imagine if Vastra was a dude. How many people would be crying foul on that?
It's not just you and I agree about Clara and the Angels. I'd love an episode that's just a fun adventure without foreshadowing or hints about the next big mystery.MomentOfInertia wrote:It might just be me but it seems like the show has gotten obsessed with the Doctor and his secrets. I mean it's reason able for a fair bit of the show to be about him, considering it's named after him; but I feel like we're digging into his past at the loss of what could be perfectly good stories about others.
I just, I want to see new worlds, the best episodes seem to be the ones where something comes out of nowhere (often the TARDIS) and we see something new. It seems like the more we see something the lass interesting it is. Clara is a good example of this; she was this neat character in the asylum, then she was okay in the Christmas special, and then after she became a regular she just seemed, less interesting. Weeping Angels are another example, they just got kind of silly by the end there; no longer scary on their own, we have to create a new weird thing for them to do every time.
Yuki-Anne wrote:Who do you think the next Doctor should be? Personally, I think Martin Freeman would be awesome.
PS I'd rather it was Steven Moffat who was retiring.
the Doctor affects every single part of their life, he shows up and gives them a brand new nickname like The Girl Who Waited or The Impossible Girl, but those aren’t the names of people - it makes them into human plot devices, little precious trinkets that the Doctor collects. He TELLS these girls who they are. He just sits there and monologues about how special they are and they’re just like, okay.
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