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Re: Doctor Who- Best/Worst Episodes

Postby Shennifer » Thu Apr 11, 2013 5:11 pm

ric wrote:You didn't like Midnight? :p

Blitz wrote: Kill Ric. HOW COULD YOU NOT LIKE THAT MUCH. :noway:
It was probably about 50% bad, 50% good. I still like the show a lot though. Need to watch season four eventually.

yes you do. Season 4 is amazing; it's also Tennant's last season. (not counting the to be aired 50th anniversary episode \:D/ )
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Re: Doctor Who- Best/Worst Episodes

Postby Mark Prescott » Sat Apr 13, 2013 6:01 pm

Sorry, to barge in, but yeah. Season four is the best. I love Donna :inlove:. But to the subject at hand, I think the best Doctor Who episode is either "The Unicorn and the Wasp," or "The Girl in the Fireplace." And, honestly, "Midnight" freaked me out way to much to like it. Kiiinnnddaa creepy. My least favourite episode was either, "The Power or Three," or "The Bells of Saint John." Neither of them, I felt, were really up to DW standards.
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Re: Doctor Who- Best/Worst Episodes

Postby Shennifer » Sun Apr 14, 2013 12:26 am

The Girl in the Fireplace is one I don't really like. The plot is fine, but I feel like the Doctor acted in a uncharacteristic way, and plus I didn't like Madam Pompadour because I think she fell for the doctor a little too quickly.

I liked The Bells of Saint John; I think it's a little better than the one I just watched actually. I feel that this new episode had a hasty/ overcomplicated plot and a few funny/profound lines thrown in to have a break from the action.

edit: I think it got better towards the end though
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Re: Doctor Who- Best/Worst Episodes

Postby Aeva » Mon Apr 15, 2013 2:47 pm

I actually loved "Cold War" haha. I'm not sure why, but something about the episode just really drew me in. (The only thing that could have made it better would have been the Doctor wearing an Elvis outfit.)
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