Wherein Adam talks about Doctor Who, Steven Moffat, and Catch-22 as he ponders the omnishambles and critical methodology.
Wherein Adam doesn’t see what everybody else is seeing in the current season of Doctor Who.
The Day of the Doctor is the episode the series needs as well as the one that fans deserve.
Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS delivers what it promises, but does it tell a good story along the way?
The Doctor (re)unites with the third iteration of Clara Oswald, and Steven Moffat delivers a solid piece of allegorical storytelling.
The seventh series of contemporary Doctor Who opens with a great Dalek story, which shows just how tired the Ponds are as characters.
Topics under discussion include, Doctor Who season six, my thoughts on JM’s novel Triptych, non-linear storytelling, and a look at what happens when characters reach their expiration date before the actors do.
Topics under discussion include: Big themes from the first half of the season, Russell T. Davies vs Steven Moffat as show runner, the mythology of the Doctor…
The Short Version: I don’t think Doctor Who show runner Steven Moffat likes Time Lords.