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(BBC)   Asylum of the Daleks   ( divider line
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4853 clicks; posted to Entertainment » on 25 Jun 2012 at 9:58 PM (5 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-06-25 10:50:41 PM  
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2012-06-25 11:21:02 PM  
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So, the Doctor is dead as far as the universe is concerned so his first gig is going be to run right into the Daleks...

Who probably won't be interested in keeping this a secret.

And who have escaped the Time Lock so many times as to make it probably the most completely meaningless plot device ever contrived.

Ah, but who cares? It's better than the shiat we get in America - so I'm waiting for it.
2012-06-25 11:16:08 PM  
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To be honest, I wouldn't mind an episode with them this season and I think that they should be the main enemy for the 50th Anniversary (Daleks or the Master).

I hope they do something to give them back their sense of menace, cause they are some pretty cool foes, IMO...

/Love Smith, love the Ponds...
//Even Amy...
///River is OK...
2012-06-25 10:34:16 PM  
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unlikely: Smith is a plank. His dynamic range is "zzzzzz" and "AAAAAAAAAAAAA" with nothing in between. The only thing "the Doctor" has done since Smith took over that has been even vaguely worthwhile is remind us that bow ties are indeed cool. And thanks to some of the worst writing ever to spew forth from Moffat's keyboard in the history of ever, it's not just been bad, it's been disappointing. The hacked-together-Melody Pond shiate came from the same writer that did Girl in the Fireplace and The Empty Child? How is that even possible?

If it weren't for Rory as "Coolest Character Ever" the show would not be worth watching.

/I do have to admit that Vincent and the Doctor rocked though

The problem with Smith, as I see it, is that he allows anyone and everyone else in the scene with him to take the spotlight. Which is refreshing after the scenery chewing of latter day Tenant, sometimes, but it does make his Doctor seem...small. It doesn't matter if the Doctor is supposed to be the center of the scene, Smith's Doctor might as well not even be there. It's not Doctor Who, it's the Amy Show or the Rory Show or the River Song Variety hour. He's great when he's on the screen by himself though.
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