‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Day of the Doctor’

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This is the 50th anniversary special of ‘Doctor Who’ called ‘The Day of the Doctor’ by Steven Moffat. It features Matt Smith as the Eleventh Doctor and Jenna Coleman as Clara. It also features David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, John Hurt as the War Doctor and Billie Piper as the Moment. It also features Daleks and Zygons. Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’

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It’s the last episode of the first half of Series 7 and it’s also the last to feature Karen Gillan as Amy and Arthur Darvill as Rory in ‘Doctor Who’. This episode is called ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’ and it features the return of the Weeping Angels and Alex Kingston as River Song. Will this be an emotional episode? Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘Asylum of the Daleks’

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Series 7 of ‘Doctor Who’ begins today as I share my review on ‘Asylum of the Daleks’ with Matt Smith’s Doctor, Amy and Rory. This episode also features the debut appearance of Jenna-Louise Coleman in ‘Doctor Who’. But she’s not playing Clara Oswald yet in this. She’s playing Oswin Oswald instead. Confused? Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The God Complex’

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It’s time for a ‘Doctor Who’ episode that I saw at a convention in Swansea, September 2011. This episode features the Doctor, Amy and Rory trapped in a labyrinth of a hotel with a Minotaur chasing after them. And if you’re wondering if the Minotaur is a relation of the Nimon, the answer is yes it is! 😀 Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Marathon – ‘The Girl Who Waited’

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This is a ‘Doctor Who’ episode that’s pretty complicated when you watch it casually on the TV. It features two Amys, including a young Amy and an older Amy who had to wait for years for the Doctor and Rory to find her. Despite the story’s complexity, it does have some very emotional moments. Continue reading