With “The Day of the Doctor,” Steven Moffat pulled a move akin to J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek reboot. Which is just one of the eight reasons the Doctor Who 50th anniversary special has me ready to forgive the Moff for everything.
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With the fiftieth anniversary episode coming this weekend, we could hardly miss a chance to ask the expert for his take, and it’s fair to say I had a good talk with great Britton on just what it is that’s at the heart(s) of the show’s appeal.
Judging by the BBC’s new trailers for “The Day of the Doctor,” the 50th-anniversary Doctor Who special is packed with stuff. But it apparently won’t be packed with past Doctors, or companions. Here’s why that’s good – and bad.
So when the Doctor does karaoke – and you know the Matt Smith version must – does he sing, “I Hurt myself today”?
I hope they do at least one song all about the typeface fonts on business cards.
3D in select theaters, eh?
A moment for those lesser players who might have been so much more…
Silurians, Snowmen and…Scrooge?