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  • River Pond

    June 5th, 2011 - 8:23am

    Really great episode all round!

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    • seth

      June 5th, 2011 - 9:40am

      Definetly one of the best episodes because im no fool!

  • Jason doctorwhoone

    June 5th, 2011 - 7:55am

    Brilliant episode, and unexpectedly, a Sontaran with a sense of humour [ well, that’s what i thought atleast ], but not only that, but a walking talking baked Potato that can Breast Feed ???? . . . . disturbing πŸ™ . River’s revelation wasint big on me thou, since other fan’s had rather guessed allready that there was some sort of connection between Amy and River cos of the names ” River ” and ” Pond “.

    ” Let’s kill Hitler ” does seem a rather harsh title, Doctor Who isint about the Doctor killing people after all. The title best be changed before episode 8 gets broadcast.

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    • doc brown

      June 5th, 2011 - 10:39am

      i was laughing my head off when at the end it said the next episode was called lets kill hitler

    • Anon

      June 5th, 2011 - 12:34pm

      ye i think lets kill hitler is a strange name. but im looking forward to the ep with the dolls . and whose the new companion? πŸ™‚

    • Mr pond

      June 5th, 2011 - 8:30pm

      Amy and Rory are still the companions

    • jedijim

      June 7th, 2011 - 12:27am

      I don’t know if it was shown in the U.K., but there were Nazi’s in the Series Trailer for BBC America!

  • DoctorWho4eva

    June 5th, 2011 - 7:07am

    1) If Melody did belong to the doctor because of the time lord DNA. River (melody) kissed her father. EWWWWWWWW!!!
    2) I wonder why we didn’t see the Cybermen apart from the first 4 minutes at the start.

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    • Justininferno

      June 5th, 2011 - 6:08pm

      Rory is Rivers father not the Doctor.
      The baby has had Time Lord DNA syphered into her DNA, possibly as she was concieved whilst Amy and Rory were travelling through the time vortex on the TARDIS or possibly as the baby has had he DND tampered with by Madame Kovarian. These are further questions that need to be answered in part 2.

    • WhovianTheories

      June 6th, 2011 - 3:11pm

      (sorry in advance for the long read πŸ˜› Had a lot to say :P)

      1) Melody is NOT the Doctor’s child. It would be wrong in so many ways and would stir up a bunch of moral issues Doctor Who would not want to cause. (the Doctor kissing and probably eventually more with his daughter?!? The concept that the Doctor would sleep with Amy, his good friend, thus betraying Rory, another good friend)

      The whole purpose of the dialogue sequence between the Silurian woman and the Doctor was to explain how Melody was a time lord born from two humans (Rory and Amy). Though even then they might be a little more than human while obviously not being time lords. It has been shown time and time again that long term contact with the time vortex via the Tardis has side effects. Major such as the Bad Wolf/Rose and Donna/Doctor Donna examples. But minor effects could simply mean that Rory and Amy have “time energy” (i forget what the technical term was) in minor contact at all times, thus causing the child to have a slightly different DNA patern (part time lord) examples of this are hinted at:

      -During the Silurian and Doctor dialogue in which they say that it has to do with the baby being concieved while passing through the time vortex
      -Amy’s fear of her baby having a TimeHead because of her travels through the time vortex
      -the Doctor’s intense reaction to the idea that Rory and Amy might have concieved the baby a little after their marriage IMPLYING that the foetus growth would have happend during their travels.
      -The Doctor mentions something about it being impossible because it would take centuries for a human to develope the Time Lord Gene. BUT Amy’s child was growing inside of her while she traveled through time. Time being different in the Tardis, she did travel from the begining of time to the end of time or a litle in between that length, implying that she has traveled through… You guessed it!… hundreds of years.

      I highly doubt that Madame Kovarian would have had to do anything at that moment, considering Melody probably would already have had all of the necesary elements.She might, on the other hand have helped the birthing process, it being probably traumatic and dificult for a meer human. This might explain why the Doctor told her to “breath only when she (Madame Kovarian) tells you to”.

      2) This one’s tricky but I gather that the intro sequence implies that the Doctor destroyed the major part of their fleet and then killed off the remaining few. Implying that the Doctor really has gone slightly mad and violent and/or the Cybermen are going soft. Not necesarily the writers best move, but interesting concept none the less. Like the Daleks I feel they will come back, just a little more scared/angry, a little more careful in their approach. The Doctor is getting a little more vengeful, but as River implied, its causing a pretty big anger on the part of his enemies too. I mean who would be mad enough to steal the Doctor’s friend’s child (also his maybe wife) other than all of his biggest enemies majorly pissed off and scared? They failed when they allied to imprison him, they thought of the next best thing: Attack his companions and loved ones. Its been done before and it usually works damned well!

  • Mels

    June 5th, 2011 - 6:28am

    Argh! I guessed everything right in this episode…! I was hoping for a big suprise ‘you’ll never guess that’ Mofatt ending, but no, it all played out as I thought it would. *sigh*. The River reveal was kinda obvious…

    The only thing that suprised me was the baby’s name – Melody. That’s my name heh heh! πŸ˜€ (…I was just stoked to hear Matt Smith same ‘my’ name lol).

    *Spoiler speculation follows*

    Thinking back, I still think that River may not be in the first spacesuit, since she seemed suprised to see it in the Impossible Astronaut, and the ‘good man’ she ‘kills’ and is jailed for (likely accidently) could actually be referring to Rory, since Mofatt seems to have gone out of his way to label him as ‘good’ and he’s becoming quite a hero to many…
    I’m also still curious to whether River in the end actually has a relationship with the Doctor or the/a Doctor ganger… that will depend on which Doctor actually died in ep 1, as that’s the one she knew (they swapped diaries in the cafe).

    Many suprises to come no doubt… in what’s going to be an epic long wait until the conclusion of the series.

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  • Fox Mulder

    June 5th, 2011 - 3:38am

    Omg omg omg omg I just watched it on my Sky + box (DVR box) it was amazing like a movie, And River is Amys daughter that’s best reveal ever can’t wait for autum episodes Let’s Kill Hitler

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  • TardisBlue

    June 5th, 2011 - 2:59am

    This was disappointing….And inappropriate for children.I mean the Doctor is fooling around with someone he knows as a baby? Eww.

    Riversong’s big reveal ,was bland and well odd.Read above.

    You never understood what the war was about ,what they wanted the child for ,and what on earth was the purpose of the Headless Monks?

    How come the Doctor doesn’tjust ask the Jailers who Riversong killed ?Or Google her on the InterGlactic Internet.I mean this has got to be the dumbest doctor yet! Doctor Who is supposed to be smart!

    I’m not watching this again and children are going to feel uncomfortable. This is not a children’s show anymore.

    http://thetardisblue.blogspot.com/

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    • McGann is The Doctor.

      June 5th, 2011 - 4:29pm

      What do you mean TardisBlue? Just because YOU weren’t able to comprehend the episode, AND it wasnt what YOU in particular wanted, means that it’s rubbish?

      What he war was about, what they wanted the child for and why they were headless monks, is all IN the episode. Maybe the madness/craziness of the series plot.etc is too much for your viewing appetites, you cant expect to understand the story without imaginative viewing. 😐

    • Mr. Dreadful

      June 5th, 2011 - 7:43pm

      “I mean the Doctor is fooling around with someone he knows as a baby? Eww.”

      Why’s that a problem? It’s a bit like saying it’s wrong to fool around with someone you were friends with as a child, and it’s not like the Doctor is physically an old man by the time he and River have their relationship. To be honest I think the assertation that this was inappropriate says far more about your thought processes than it does about Steven Moffatts. No child would even pick up on it.

    • TardisBlue

      June 6th, 2011 - 1:45am

      Mr. Dreadfull

      I am a child ,maybe thats why I picked up on it.

    • nme61

      June 16th, 2011 - 8:01pm

      my daughter of 10 picked up on it as well but was more impressed about who river turned out to be as she had managed to follow the show better than most of the adults on here it seems.
      regarding the google quip you have a point but as a life long DW fan i prefer to see the doctor solve a mystery than watch a show where he sits at a computer for half of it

  • Devdevil

    June 5th, 2011 - 2:10am

    Loved it, had to watch some bad epIsode’s so could understand the plot but pepole have forgetting there is more than one time lord, yes river is one cos she was conceived in the tardis but the doctor has a cloned dauger back from when we still had the great David tenant. Cann’t till it back

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  • Russell

    June 5th, 2011 - 1:07am

    Some people are saying that it’s a let down that River is Amy’s daughter, but let’s pit it this way- River is part Human, part Time Lord.

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    • McGann is The Doctor.

      June 5th, 2011 - 4:32pm

      I don’t fully get it. If Riversong is Melody Pond (how clever of the writer) and she’s PARTLY TIMELORD then does that mean Riversong herself is a bit of a timelord?

      ❓ She WAS the Doctor’s wife, countless time ago when he conceived children and became a fathering Timelord? ❓ WOW

  • Kevy

    June 4th, 2011 - 11:53pm

    What strikes me is the amount of information and story development that is contained in most of the dialogue and interaction, so you really do have to pay attention. this can have it’s positive and negative sides. Having said this the overarching story lines give an extra dimension to each episode and adds to the complexity of the characters and their relationships.

    A Good Man is an example of well thought through script writing and storytelling. Matt Smith did an excellent job as usual and is truly a Doctor of the Hartnell and Troughton mould. This episode still leaves some ends to be tied up but that adds to the depth of story, universe and relationships.

    One criticism however of all season 6; slow down, allow the information to rest with the viewers so that they can assimilate the story and understand exactly what is happening from dialogue to dialogue.

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  • The Master

    June 4th, 2011 - 11:47pm

    I Thought That Not Many Questions Were Answered In That Episode, And Alot Will Be Answered In Ep.13, It Was Interesting How Melody Pond, Is Basically River Song (Song=Melody, Pond=River) But I’ve Been Thinking, First Of All, How Is The Baby A Time Lord, How Is River Songs Name ‘River Song’, Where Is The Baby, Who Is The Little Girl? And Also, Things Happen In One Episode, And Then Everything Kind Of Works Like It, For Example, We Only Just Met The Flesh, And Then, We Found Out That Amy’s One, But How Could Anybody Suspect It, And We Didn’t Know That The Baby Was Called Melody, So How Could We Connect It To River Song?

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    • McGann is The Doctor.

      June 5th, 2011 - 4:35pm

      Good point Master, I’ll ask YOU a question now. Where are you? Will we be seeing you any time soon and if so, how did you escape your demise in the End of Time part 2, given that it WAS, or May have been, fatal?

      Tell me tell me tell me!

  • dr daddy cool 67

    June 4th, 2011 - 11:17pm

    YEAH ! My guess was right about River Song, as I mentioned the other month being amy’s daughter. My kids are still puzzled about it all. A cracking story.

    Roll on Torchwood in July.

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  • Tony B

    June 4th, 2011 - 11:13pm

    Over complicated and a story that bounced one way and the other without ever settling into a single narrative. Sorry to say, as a lifelong Who fan, this was not the most enjoyable episode and way too similar to last season’s finale. Bringing in old monsters to do battle is becoming all too banal and predictable. How younger fans are meant to follow this kind of storyline I have no idea – and that could be Doctor Who’s eventual downfall. Production staff be warned … don’t alienate your viewing base.

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  • Bunkbeds Are Cool

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:53pm

    Anyones welcome-I have a TARDIS and I’m going to WWII to kill Hitler. You might even be in the next episode if you come

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  • TARDIS GEEK

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:44pm

    One thing i don’t get, River Song has been hiding a secret from series four all the way to series six, and in all episodes she fears the day the doctor finds out who she is, but what is there to fear,the doctor was so happy when he found out who she was, so confused, please someone explain

    Is River Song (Melody Pond) just a bit paranoid?

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    • CG

      June 4th, 2011 - 11:00pm

      I think the inference is she kills the Doctor. She was in prison for killing a good man. The Doctor was the good man in the title.

    • keenan grimes

      June 5th, 2011 - 1:54am

      and she was the little girl in the astronaut suite

    • Devdevil

      June 5th, 2011 - 2:17am

      Well she is his wife and we know how she die’s. That when the doctor first meet’s her. So it was the begining for him and the end for her but we in the middle now so one can’t tell the other till right time

    • Anthony Harding

      June 5th, 2011 - 6:17am

      The good man might be Rory?
      Just a thought.

    • DoctorWho2011

      June 5th, 2011 - 7:05am

      A Good Man Goes To War tells us back in Fresh & Stone river said “yes i did i killed a good man” its the doctor coz hes a good man but why would river kill the doctor?

    • doctor stu

      June 5th, 2011 - 8:43am

      stephen moffat promised the biggest cliff hanger ever. WOW Riversong is Amy’s daughter. we’d all guessed that anyway. why was riversong so adamant about hiding her ‘secret’ from the Doctor since series 4 and not Amy. i always assumed that the big reveal would be about her relation to the Doctor hence all of this ‘hello sweetie’ and whispering the doctors name in his ear. The episode was bril but the cliff hanger didnt really work that well. also moffat says that something will be revealed that would make you say ‘oh yeah’ what was that?

    • Richard Keen

      June 5th, 2011 - 1:32pm

      Im starting to think its Rory that River kills too .. dont know why just a feeling

  • Bunkbeds Are Cool

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:43pm

    So how come River is Amy and Rory’s baby? She didn’t recognise Rory. I mean who could forget their dad when they saw him recently? And ‘Melody Williams’ translate to ‘River Song’. ‘Melody Pond’ would work out but why use your maiden name for your baby? Lastly, the little girl is ment to be Melody so how can she regenerate? Amy and Rory aren’t time lords. This just chanes the way I see River-well I call her Melody now.

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    • CG

      June 4th, 2011 - 10:58pm

      In the episode when they were looking at scans of the baby the Silurian said she was part human part time lord.

    • Bunkbeds Are Cool

      June 4th, 2011 - 11:06pm

      Right, didn’t notice that it was on low volume with a 3 year old and a 1 year old in the room.

    • Fox Mulder

      June 5th, 2011 - 3:40am

      RORY DIES in this season or next year but some day will die and not come back or she forgot him or something but yes Rory will die properly I garentee it .

    • Joe

      June 5th, 2011 - 8:15am

      She was conceived in the TARDIS which was in the Time Vortex, that had an impact on her DNA

    • Amanda

      June 5th, 2011 - 11:53am

      Because the doctor always calls Rory Mr Pond. And it is discussed when the Dr first meets the baby he calls her Melody Pond. When Rory and Amy get married he calls them Mr and Mrs Pond, because the doctor see Amy as the dominant person in their relationship.

  • Andrew Hall

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:33pm

    I agree, I would love a return to good stand alone episodes and a return to unconnected story strands. And im sick of people and fans slagging off RTD and his stories. Really annoys me!

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    • Fox Mulder

      June 5th, 2011 - 3:44am

      Yeah , they all loved RTDs stories when he was the main writer but now that he’s not there just slanting him off and saying his stories were to brain dead and all that, give him some credit HHe DID BRING BACK Doctor Who ,they should show him sone Respect, MOFFAT is a good writer with a love of Time Travel, t but Without RTD there would be no Dr Who in this Decade.

    • bdayboy

      June 5th, 2011 - 7:20am

      WHAT!!!!!!! Like the classics? I just hate stand alone episodes and no story arcs, that is just one of the things separating the classics to the new!!

    • third doctor

      June 5th, 2011 - 12:40pm

      Russell T Davies it brillant i want him to write for Doctor Who again. Steven Moffatt don’t seem to have that magic to doctor who which Russell T Davies had. Bring back Russell T Davies.

  • Justininferno

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:23pm

    Following an awful series 5, series 6 has been a huge improvement. Sadly, episode 7 was a let down and not worth the hype. The strong plot of a kidnapped companion, her baby and Kovarian (possibly the most wasted character in the series 48 year history) was just not delivered. Events should have concentrated on the Monks and the Clerics taking orders from Kovarian … why do they insist on rolling out old monsters too?? Silurians?? In space?? A Sontaran nurse??? nonsense. Ep 7 was a let down, lets hope part 2 gets back ontrack.

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    • spaceBUZZlite

      June 4th, 2011 - 10:39pm

      I agree in the fact that series 5 was awful, but i do think tonights episode was brill.
      Totally agree with what you said about the eye patch lady, she was really fascinating throughout the series now, it seems she has no part, like the writers forgot who the character was so changed it. Maybe in LETS KILL HITLER (wtf)
      we may find out who she is, but i think she’ll be a forgotten about character.

    • Fox Mulder

      June 5th, 2011 - 3:48am

      I think season 5 was better even though it’s finale was bad but, this season has been all over the place Literally, but it’s finale is awesome , it’s hard to make a judgement until you’ve seen it all from ep 1-13 πŸ™‚
      I have enjoyed only three episode of this season so far Ep 2,3 and 7 thats it, but yes it may improve.

    • Amanda

      June 5th, 2011 - 12:04pm

      I can’t believe you think that series 5 was bad???? Series 5 and 6 have been brilliant!!!.Yes it has become a bit more grown up, but I for one welcome the intelligent writing and strong story arc’s in both series 5 and 6. The stories in my opinion have been much better with Moffat I like the fact that stories take time to be explained I’m sure eye patch lady will return and we will learn more about her.

    • third doctor

      June 5th, 2011 - 12:47pm

      I agree Justininferno that last night show was a let down. The best episode i like was with the tardis as a human i thought that was brillant well done Neil Gaiman. Russell T Davies has got to come back writing for doctor who. The ratings from last series and this series have been poor. When Russell T Davies had the show his ratings for the show was sky high he needs to come back to write for doctor who if not i can see the show been taken of air again and want be back anymore. Russell T Davies is a brillant writer.

  • The Dark Side of the Moon

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:11pm

    Great episode – best series so far….by miles. Finally we have a head writer that has brough WHO into the 21st century without losing the feel of what we have all loved about the show since 63.

    Every other actor has ‘played’ the Doctor and some have played him well….but Matt Smith IS the Doctor…he will be hard to replace…lets hope he has a long run πŸ™‚

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    • Richard Oakley

      June 5th, 2011 - 1:32am

      Let’s hope not. Matt Smith does not get the Doctor at all. . He may pretend to be, but he’s not. The Doctor requires an actor who can do drama, Matt Smith cannot.

      Not a great episode- meandering. Not a great series. Moffat certainly thinks highly of himself, but has not delivered. If he thinks a revelation is a cliffhanger, he should go look it up in a dictionary.

      The title for episode 8 Let’s Kill Hitler -seriously? Let’s not. Worst ever title for an episode.

    • Fox Mulder

      June 5th, 2011 - 3:49am

      He’s here until 2013 I think so we will enjoy at least two more seasons of Matt Smith.

    • The Dark Side of the Moon

      June 5th, 2011 - 9:52am

      Thats your opinion.

      I think you are probably missing the point on the title of the next show…I think its refering to what most people say when they are asked, ‘if you could go back in time, what would you do…?’ I suspect it will be more about timey wimey stuff than actually killing Hitler.

      Matt Smith and Steven Moffat certainly divide the DW fans. I have watched the show since 1978 and can honestly say this is the best series I’ve seen and MS is the best Doctor I’ve watched…of course that just my opinion.

    • Amanda

      June 5th, 2011 - 12:17pm

      I totally agree Matt Smith is a great Doctor and great actor, much better in my opinion to Tennant,

      I have also been watching the first series of the New Dr who’s again recently and Christopher Eccleston was also I very good doctor (he gets over look a lot).

  • spaceBUZZlite

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:07pm

    I loved this episode, but it has to be said it hasn’t been a strong series as previous ones.
    I love Matt Smith and i don’t think it’s fare to mark Smith as the worst doctor, after all he is just following a script.

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    • Fox Mulder

      June 5th, 2011 - 3:51am

      Thats sooooo true if you give him a good script he’s good and give him a bad script and he’s well………bad

  • Anonymous

    June 4th, 2011 - 10:07pm

    I loved this episode, but it has to be said it hasn’t been a strong series as previous ones.
    I love Matt Smith and i don’t think it’s fare to mark Smith as the worst doctor, after all he is just following a script.

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  • Jonathan Turner

    June 4th, 2011 - 9:56pm

    I liked the story in a way because of the twist with River at the end but the fact of the Doctor’s enemies siding with him was bad

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    • Joe

      June 5th, 2011 - 8:19am

      They weren’t his enemies… The Sontaran was disgraced by the bad sontaran, so he is good. He helps people get better,
      The Silurian Vastra was also good because she believes humans and Silurian’s should live together in peace. But people think the cybermen were good in this episode, when they were not. notice how they tried to kill Rory

  • The Spaceman

    June 4th, 2011 - 9:50pm

    Amazing doesn’t even come close to describing it! I loved every minute of it. I was a bit disappointed that we didn’t see more of the new Cybermen but hopefully they will be back in the autumn. I can not believe who River Song (Melody Pond) was! I can not wait for Let’s Kill Hitler πŸ™‚

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    • Fox Mulder

      June 5th, 2011 - 3:52am

      It’s only sinking in who river is lol, I’d say a lot of people will go back and re watch all the eps with river in em.

  • DoctorWho2011

    June 4th, 2011 - 9:48pm

    I have to say it was really awesome coundt of worked out river was a dauger to amy and rory i really like twits me so good steven moffant what would we do without him best writter

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  • Kat

    June 4th, 2011 - 9:31pm

    My theory about River was correct!
    but I’m saddened by the fact I now have nothing to look forward to on a Saturday night πŸ™

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  • Barefoot Chris

    June 4th, 2011 - 7:52pm

    All i want to know is when are they going to go back to writing good,one off storys that we can all understand. This has been the worse season ever. its time for Moffat and Smith to go.

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    • Anonymous

      June 4th, 2011 - 9:21pm

      no way i love matt smith

    • the mad dalek

      June 4th, 2011 - 9:34pm

      Get real! best Doctor who for ages, Shows what you can do without R.T.Davies. This is Doctor who at it’s best.

    • Anonymous

      June 4th, 2011 - 9:35pm

      Well I am glad its trying to be more challenging but lets be honest, its hardly difficult to follow.

    • Anonymous

      June 4th, 2011 - 9:42pm

      Well Chris thats your view but I dont think many share it. How sad it would be if the only factors in a TV show were keep it light, keep it simple

    • TheGanger

      June 4th, 2011 - 9:47pm

      What? This has been an amazing series! Steven Moffat has done a brilliant job and so has Matt Smith!

    • Andrew Hall

      June 5th, 2011 - 12:46am

      In regards to Mad Dalek, why slag off the RTD stuff? He brought us some grand seasons and stories. Why slag off one era when comparing it to another? Thats one thing I hate about Doctor Who fans in general, always slating whats gone before. Just enjoy it for what it is. Everyone has a favourite Doctor and era, season and producer etc there is no need to slate non stop.

    • Thetasigma

      June 5th, 2011 - 7:37am

      Chris, I’m not sure what you’ve been watching while Dr Who’s been on but it clearly hasnt been Season 6 of Dr Who ! This has been one of the best constructed series since the show’s return, Moffat is a skillled writer and Matt Snith has made the best of these amazing scripts and IS the Dr !

    • Joe

      June 5th, 2011 - 8:22am

      This is how Doctor Who SHOULD be….RTD got it all wrong in my opinion, but some of his stories were enjoyable.
      Moffat is a genius writer, and places a lot of twists and turns in his scripts. Unlike RTD who wrote predictable, soap-like story lines in which the Doctor is running down a street crying towards his loved one (Rose)….

    • LN

      June 5th, 2011 - 9:59am

      You can tell that RTD was completely concerned with ratings and popularity, he kept using old monsters for big episodes and there was never a series without the Daleks. Moffat is a genius writer with much more complex episodes that make it a much more layered show and Matt Smith is by far the best Doctor, Tennant became a super hero or a Jesus when he was floating above the master of falling through skylights and the Doctor shouldn’t be a Super Hero or Jesus.

    • lepter

      June 5th, 2011 - 9:33pm

      I agree. RTD, come back, all is forgiven.

    • Andrew Hall

      June 5th, 2011 - 10:08pm

      Everyone i speak to at my work place (big hospital) say they have stopped watching Doctor Who since Tennant left and that the new Doc isnt as good and that the stories are becoming too complex to follow. Is Moff alienating the general public? Now that is not my opinion, thats Joe Public speaking. I loved the RTD era and Tennant is defo my favourite Doctor but i wont slag off the Moff era because everyone is entitled to their own opinion.
      Just seems Doctor Who fans are vicious and have to slate off the era they dont like. That has never changed. Its the one bit of fandom i hate.

  • Flumbledryer

    June 4th, 2011 - 7:36pm

    IT WAS GREAT!!! But at the same time a tiny bit disappointing. I perfer sacry doctor who eps.

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    • i wear a fez now

      June 5th, 2011 - 6:00pm

      totally agree
      πŸ™‚

  • H.K

    June 4th, 2011 - 7:22pm

    it was ok, river was amy’s daughter!! omg. was not expecting that. but i am very annoyed that we now have to wait until summer.

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    • melody pond

      June 4th, 2011 - 10:29pm

      Don’t you mean autum

    • H.K

      June 5th, 2011 - 8:31am

      Yes I Do, Sorry

  • The Master

    June 4th, 2011 - 7:21pm

    Doctor Who Will Return In Lets Kill Hitler

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  • Anthony Harding

    June 4th, 2011 - 7:21pm

    Speechless! (In a very good way) πŸ™‚

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  • jason

    June 4th, 2011 - 7:20pm

    Best ending EVER

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