If you took everything from him, betrayed him, trapped him, and broke both his hearts... how far might the Doctor go? Returning to Gallifrey, the Doctor faces the Time Lords in a struggle ...
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If you took everything from him, betrayed him, trapped him, and broke both his hearts... how far might the Doctor go? Returning to Gallifrey, the Doctor faces the Time Lords in a struggle that will take him to the end of time itself. Who is the Hybrid? And what is the Doctor's confession?
The Doctor is told to put down all his weapons and he places his spoon on the table. In Doctor Who: Robot of Sherwood (2014) he uses a spoon as a weapon when fighting Robin Hood. See more »
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While many locations in the USA have red exit signs, the national Life Safety Code, NFPA 101 , Section A.184.108.40.206, acknowledges that "The present text avoids any specific requirement for color". Also, vendor www.simplyexitsigns.com reports that, in Nevada, "both colors are allowed via State code." See more »
Been catching up with Doctor Who recently as not really been a fan Of Capaldi's portrayal or the direction that the writing has taken. Thinks it's far too clever, The problem in trying to say something profound you need to at least be engaging which this season and the previous one certainly haven't been.
I think the problem is Moffat's writing. Although everyone rightly loves the episode Blink from an earlier season, he's been allowed to get away with naval gazing writing and with Peter Capaldi's performance rather tiresome and extremely boring (embarrassing scenes with an electric guitar need an honourable mention as well). Jenna Coleman was entirely wasted in these two seasons as she appears to have no chemistry with Capaldi. At least Matt Smith knew it was all a bit of a nonsense. I sincerely hope that the introduction of Jodie Whittaker and a new writing team will be fresh air and a cool reinvention for a show that needs something new !!!
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