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Mr_Raven wrote:Roll on Christmas...
saint_matthew wrote:Mr_Raven wrote:Roll on Christmas...
wait, 5 episodes and then a break? What where you to #$%^ing lazy to give us an entire season. RAR! GEEK RAGE! FANBOY SMASH PUNY LAZY DIRECTOR!
Kit wrote:I'm just hoping we get a full proper 13 episode series in 2013 in addition to the 8 held over eps from this series. Its really the least they could do for the 50th anniversary.
Kit wrote:Goodbye, Ponds.
greycrusader wrote:Kit wrote:Goodbye, Ponds.
The Doctor kept saying "once we've seen it/read it/etc" then we have to do it, no choice, impossible to change...except last season, Amy, River Song, Rory, and the Doctor himself all saw an older version of the Doctor literally die...and the Doctor found a way to subvert all that, using a clever subterfuge and advanced technology. Previous to that, Rory and the Doctor encountered a 60 yr old version of Amy, but were still able to retrieve the young version.
In this one, all the Doctor and River had to do was fabricate a book and a gravestone and presto-no paradox involved in restoring Amy and Rory to the present day. I understand real world events drove the storyline (the actors are leaving the show) but this was pretty sloppily written in a number of ways.
The Ponds may have the most tangled timeline in the history of the show.
All my best.
Kit wrote:Hell, they could just wait around til 1939 and then the Doctor could go get them. It's not liked New York City is completely time-locked to him. And nothing stops something else from pulling them through time and space for a special episode ala The Three Doctors or The Five Doctors.
but..the actors were leaving the series, so we had to write them out. Still better than a lot of other companion exits.
Me, i like to think they became a kick-ass P.I. and her faithful nurse companion.
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