Discussion in 'Doctor Who' started by Samurai8472, Sep 29, 2012.
That's a good idea. It'd be interesting how this plays out. The ending disappointed me.
So the next episode won't be until the Christmas Special, correct? Do we know much about that yet? I would love for it to be a Doctor/River episode.
My goodness what does that mean?! Psion is freaking me out now. I mean it's a lovely ending but "punchline" seems to indicate more than that.
I don't think it's supposed to be a dream (I'm not entirely sure it would even make sense). But it makes sense that Amy's fascination with the Raggedy Man comes from more than one encounter.
Spoiler: Some might consider this a spoiler.
It's set in Victorian times and the Doctor teams up with Madame Vastra and Jenny to fight an alien villain played by Richard E Grant. Oh, and I thnk I heard something about a new companion named Clara...
If nothing else, the Moff's propensity for clever twisty stuff makes the viewers second-guess everything.
WHAT! I watched the "next xmas" preview but I didn't see that.
I am very happy.
It wasn't in the trailer, but the spoilers are out there.
Hey anytone have any thoughts about this, very first shot from Angels:
Is that what I think it is?
What is it? Have you spotted Waldo?
A ship? UP in the SKY?
The Cloverfield monster, maybe?
Can someone please help me better understand this: At the end of the episode when The Doctor goes back to see little Amelia waiting in the yard, doest that mean she had always known The Doctor was indeed coming back and she was just playing upset he left for all those years? I was confused about that bit.
Based on your comments in the other thread, you believe the two towers in this shot are the World Trade Centre. How we know it's not.
-The Twin Towers were practically identical, though one was shorter. Those two buildings are very different. One looks gray, the other blue. The left one has a completely different roof than the right, the Twin Towers had identical roofs.
-This shot would have been taken when the production crew were in New York earlier this year, which would make it kind of impossible to get any kind of image of the WTC.
EDIT: Just checked in from the other thread. Apparentally, that's the new Freedom Tower under costruction where the WTC was.
To be fair, it's been shown since the beginning of the new series (and it was hinted before that) that the Doctor has some kind of "time sense" that makes him perceive paradoxes, time shifts and other phenomenons. That's good enough for me: he saw the names on the stone, and he recognized that as a fixed point in time, and Bob's your uncle.
Great until the end of the end. The angel popping up at the last seemed too contrived and Amy's end was a lot like Sally Sparrow's friend's end.
We're talking about a show where the doctor HAD to die but he used a robot in his place to make it looked like he died.
The Doctor could pick up Rory and replace him with a robot. The Robot would function till it reaches 86 years old.
The tesselecta crew would then leave now that their job is done.
Geronimo. The episode served as an excellent goodbye for Amy and was just generally done very well! Couldn't have asked for much more really.
Have to say I thought there was something bigger going on in S5 as well, as well as the Spitfire stuff, there was also the speed with which a handful of people set up a village wide CCTV system in the first Silurian episode, and I did wonder if none of it was real...actually I think it was just somewhat shoddy writing/production in both cases.
That would be really interesting if it were true ... and also cheap and unfulfilling. If seasons 5, 6 and 7 were all essentially stories told to Amelia, everything that happened would be meaningless and therefore unsatisfying. I don't think that's what Moffat intended and I certainly don't think the BBC would want that kind of story told to its audience.
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