Konata Izumi wrote:
What is the flaw?
The conceptual flaw in "The Wedding of River Song" is, much like Star Trek: The Next Generation
's "Yesterday's Enterprise
," nothing that happens in the story ultimately matters. There's all this sturm und drang
in a timeline that, in the end, unhappens because of itself. It looks pretty, but the episode wastes time on elements that have no bearing on the resolution. It probably needed a rethink from the ground up. Or, it needed Moffat to give a laundry list of things that needed to happen to another writer to execute.