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Three of our regular hosts from around the globe are back on this episode. Generally speaking we liked the episode with a couple of reservations with the ending. Hypable’s regular Doctor Who writer, Laura Byrne-Cristiano leads the discussion with Jen Lamoreux, Natalie Fisher, and newbie guest host Tariq Herzallah joining in.
- We start out with our instantaneous, gut reactions to the episode and for the most part we like the episode despite the defeat of the Shakri seeming a bit rushed
- Next we proceed with discussing our favorite quotes from the episode
-After a brief plot summary we proceed with an in-depth discussion of:
- The comedy of the childish Doctor
- U.N.I.T. and it’s transformation to science. Is it the new Torchwood?
- Timelines again, but this time be think we have it about 90 % nailed down
- What will be the end of the Ponds and will the Doctor have to tell Brian bad news?
- Moving into our news we discuss
- Peter Jackson possibly directing an episode and do we think this plausible
- The unwritten rule that the Doctor and companion shouldn’t see each other romantically in real life
- Our spoilers cover:
- implications on what happens to the TARDIS during the Angels Take Manhattan episode
- Back from our spoilers we dive into our mailbag clarifying how people and Timelords age in Doctor Who and what we think of the every changing title sequences.
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This episode's hosts: Harri, Laura, Natalie, Jen
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