3 September 2012 1:55 PM, PDT | Shadowlocked | See recent Shadowlocked news »

Contained within are spoilers – if you don't want to know what happens, have a look at the episode first.


Can't stand them, personally. Fried, boiled, scrambled, poached, flanned, put an egg in front of me, and I'll go a nasty shade of green. However, despite my anti-egg stance, this humble bit of food has proved to be an invaluable part of Doctor Who over the years. It's been used by a paradoxically dimwit genius as an experiment in cellular acceleration. They're oval houses for nasties such as giant maggots and gastropods. And as the brand, new spanking adventure Asylum Of The Daleks proved the other day, Doctor Who ain't Doctor Who without an eggy twist in the shell.

Cracking on then, Moffat's all-new season opener has a lot to prove. For one thing, it brings back not just one, not just a small group, but a huge menagerie of Daleks. »

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