Episode #110: Doctor Who “The Angels Take Manhattan” Review

Posted on: October 1, 2012
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Episode #110

“I hate endings.” -Doctor Who

This week, we take a break from the comics and review “The Angels Take Manhattan”, Doctor Who’s farewell to Amy and Rory. We have one guy who’s #KindaNewToWho, one who #HatesWho and the other who’s #GettingRealTiredOfWho. Listen in!


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  1. Hello from the Anti-Moffat movement from across the pond! I spent a very long time writing a huge essay on why I hate Moffat so much, but it really boils down to this – don’t judge Matt Smith as an actor quite yet, as all he has ever seen is Moffat’s god awful look-how-clever-I-am writing, which works with Sherlock, because Sherlock is supposed to look clever (Also the current director is awful, the lack of decent dialogue is made up for with lots of dramatic running to music and scared looks). But Doctor Who has never been about being clever. It’s about good, dramatic, involved storytelling with problems that can actually be solved and monsters that can actually be defeated, instead of Moffat shouting “PARADOX” and everything suddenly being fine. All any of us can do is sit back watching repeats of Russel T Davies or even earlier epsidoes until Moffat stops stomping on Doctor Who’s face, picks it up, and lets it wander free again.

    Comment by Tom — October 1, 2012 @ 9:53 am

  2. Also the new Daleks look like designer sex toys.

    Comment by Tom — October 1, 2012 @ 10:01 am

  3. Do yours read the comic IDW puts out, the writing in that is much nicer then what has happened to this season of dr Who. Along with that the cross over with Star Trek TNG is done well, considering the two different shows.
    And Jack was the best companion.

    Comment by Ethan — October 6, 2012 @ 3:15 am

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