You might have thought that the five “minisodes” that debut on the Doctor Who Season 6 box set DVD/Blu-Ray would be little more than filler or deleted scenes from the rest of the season, but really? There’s a case for most of “Night and The Doctor” to be an essential part of Steven Moffat’s Who canon.
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It’s the episode we’ve been waiting for for months: Finally, we found out what else happened during “The Impossible Astronaut,” and the truth behind the Doctor’s death. But this is Doctor Who, so you can’t be that surprised we’ve got five questions about “The Wedding of River Song.”
After dropping off Amy and Rory last week, it’s no surprise that the Doctor would seek out another old friend in this week’s “Closing Time.” But as we edge ever closer to the Doctor’s demise, it’s no surprise that we’ve got five questions about last night’s episode…
After watching last night’s episode of Doctor Who, suddenly the Hotel California has been replaced in my heart as the least attractive place to stay in anyone’s imagination. But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t five questions needing answering about “The God Complex”.
After last week’s relatively light episode, last night’s “The Girl Who Waited” returned us to the Amy/Rory relationship that’s been at the heart of Doctor Who for the past two years. No wonder, then, that we’ve got five questions about what we saw.
With Melody’s fate less of a secret – Well, slightly less, at least – Doctor Who got back to what it does best this week: Making everyday objects really rather disturbingly creepy. But even spooky ooky “Night Terrors” can’t keep us from having five questions…
Hey, Doctor Who is back tonight! Doctor Who is back! This is, of course, a great thing, and although I’m sure you’ve been eagerly following the show to date, here are five things you should be thinking about before you tune in to “Let’s Kill Hitler” tonight. Spoilers for those not up to date on season six so far.
Doctor Who may be on a Memorial Day Weekend-inspired break here in the US, but that doesn’t mean the speculation stops here. We’re two episodes away from the midseason break, with final episode “A Good Man Goes To War” being promised to be a “game-changing cliffhanger” according to showrunner Steven Moffat. That alone is worth 5 questions, wouldn’t you agree?
Short of an episode being written by Alan Moore (or, perhaps, Stephen King), this week’s Doctor Who — written by none other than Neil Gaiman — may be the only time where the writer of the episode outshines the eponymous hero. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have some questions about it. Five of them, in fact …