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...in which (for the first time this series) I genuinely enjoyed the episode! Finally!! To be clear, I do have criticisms, but overall this is my favorite episode of this series.
Wherein I discuss the eerie awesomeness of "Listen"; and the narrative boons of mood, dialogue, and character development.
In the third episode of Series 8 (written by Mark Gatiss), The Doctor reluctantly takes Clara to Sherwood Forest to find Robin Hood (whom The Doctor insists is a myth)...The underlying theme of the episode, of course, is that The Doctor refuses to believe that a fairy tale hero could be real, even though he, himself, is a fairy tale hero.
Today I'm reviewing 'Into the Dalek', the second episode of series 8, written by Phil Ford and Steven Moffat. .... this Doctor seems to be taking a completely pragmatic approach to things, and I quite like the change in direction. He seems to be the only character undergoing any real form of well thought out development, and once again, Capaldi nails the performance.
Stephen Cole very well captured the characters of the 10th (Tennant) Doctor and Martha. I’m huge on characters so this is important to me. The other characters were each separate and distinct. Cole’s characterization of the Zygons was spot on. And the situation was instantly very much in the spirit of a Doctor Who adventure.
Whovians U.N.I.T! Let's put forth the effort to help a mother and daughter in need. To avoid foreclosure on her home, Julie Fabares (known by many as Julie Batgirl Ghostbuster Vader :) needs our help to finish raising almost 14k by no later than August 30th, 2014.