Jim Steele wrote:
^ One of Doctor Who's greatest strengths, and one of its biggest problems, is that the writers can do anything they damn well please. The set up doesn't have any rules, and any walls erected by one writer can be easily broken by the next. If they're bothering to "respect" continuity at all.
Have you seen the "Eleventh Hour" Doctor Who confidential?
Moffat at the read through table had this cloud of superiority around him
"I am Steven Moffat, head writer and executive producer of Doctor Who"
Methinks he's got a bit of "Executive Producer Victorious" going on.