Re: 3-D Anniversary Special
So he's tinkering with it until the last possible second, knowing the weight of expectation and taking due care and attention to make it as good as it can possibly be? Knowing that fandom will be quick to jump down his throat if it comes across as rushed and half-baked?
Moffat could complete a draft for production use while still tinkering with the details. Instead, while he may be perfecting the script, the rest of the production is going to come across as rushed and half-baked.
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