DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Even as an unstoppable undead cyborg, Danny is still pretty lame (S8:E12)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Welcome to Hell, Danny (S8:E11)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Trees Everywhere!!!! Aw, Forget It. (S8:E10)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Plot Holes on the Orient Express (S8:E8)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: That's no moon, that's a space... egg?? (S8:E7)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Occupy Gallifrey (S8:E5)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Much Ado about ABSOLUTELY NOTHING (S8:E4)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Legendary Fail (S8:E3)
Doctor Who Recap: Fail-tastic Voyage (S8:E2)
DOCTOR WHO RECAP: Deep Breath (8.1)
Doctor who wants $8 popcorn?
“Matt Smith’s goodbye is about the Doctor facing his own doom and destiny with a raised head.”
Christmas is over, and Ursa has a message for Matt Smith: you deserved better. She talks "The Time of the Doctor", consequences, stirring speeches, and hollow threats. Oh, and wooden Cybermen. Can't forget those.
Oh, the spoilers! Did you like it? Did you love it? Did you hate it? Were you totally indifferent? Ursa talks Doctor Who, the 50th anniversary special, another fangirl stand-in, John Hurt, David Tennant, Billie Piper, Matt Smith, Christopher Eccleston, and Peter Capaldi's Angry Eyes. Here's to the next fifty years!
A week before its grand 50th anniversary, Sofie takes a look back at the phenomenon of Doctor Who (which also happens to be one of her favorite shows), and talks about why she finds it so appealing.
It's a very special Doctor Who year, with his fiftieth anniversary right around the corner! So in the interest of giving him a little extra attention this year, Sofie reviews one of the more recent episodes of the new Doctor Who: "Asylum of the Daleks", the first episode of season seven, and the episode that introduces the new companion and re-introduces the Daleks.
As a cost-cutting move, the Doctor and Rose barely appear in this episode, and instead we focus on an ordinary guy who's obsessed with the Doctor, and joins a group of like-minded people trying to find him. Alas, all he finds is a grotesque comedy relief alien designed by a nine year old. But on the plus side, he ends up with a girlfriend he can take for granite.