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Postby hagrid » Wed Dec 28, 2011 3:24 pm

i watched the doctor who christmas special this year and felt thoroughly dissapointed. i was extremely bored through out the whole show as there was very little happening. i nearly cheered when i saw bill bailley however he was gone within five minutes. did anyone else feel the same
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Re: dr who christmas special

Postby _robyn_ » Thu Dec 29, 2011 1:00 am

Yes. I find that with quite alot of the recent episodes.

I actually love matt smith as the doctor, and how he plays him but Stephen Moffat I hate. The only reason he is the main writer is because he wrote "blink" which was a AMAZING episode. But since he started the episodes have just gone down hill.

Either in the episode nothing is happening and it drags on or too much is happening.
So a example of a good episode which I liked was Vampires in Vennace. Which I loved. A example of too much happening is the pandora- seriously? It made sense to a doctor who fanatic but my sister had no clue what was going on.

and then of course the christmas special is a example of one that drags on.

I think Stephen Moffat needs to start writing more episode like Blink.
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Postby MontyDyspraxia » Thu Dec 29, 2011 5:02 pm

I agree. As I told my family on Christmas Day, it's not the actors' fault, it's the writers. Moffat needs to buck up his ideas if he wants to keep the ratings up.
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Re: dr who christmas special

Postby hagrid » Fri Dec 30, 2011 11:46 am

if youve ever watched the series sherlock stephen moffat writes that and it is absolutely amazing. i wish he would focus on that and leave doctor who give to back to other writers
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Postby _robyn_ » Fri Dec 30, 2011 10:53 pm

hagrid wrote:if youve ever watched the series sherlock stephen moffat writes that and it is absolutely amazing. i wish he would focus on that and leave doctor who give to back to other writers


Thats a good idea.

Moffat can be a good writer, as I said Blink is one of the best episodes ever. But some episodes are just so disappointing. I think Moffat should leave doctor who and give it to someone else. (like bring Russel T Davies back :D)
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Postby hagrid » Sat Dec 31, 2011 8:26 pm

yeah and take russell davies of torchwood as that last series he did set in america was extremely slow as well
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