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That was great! They found a good balance between honoring the show's 100th episode and continuing the crossover. And boy, the first two legit parts of the crossover have just been delightful.
« Last post by Matt Latham on Wed Nov 30 2016, 10:28 »
In it's defence, it's the fourth/fifth episode ever and I think RTD was still trying to judge how to handle stories that will appeal to adult/child. There's parts of the demographic that would've thought farting aliens were funny. It's always meant to be a family show that has to appeal to a broad audience.
Mainly because people give RTD a lot of grief for similar stuff like this throughout his run as showrunner but he knows what he's doing and he's testing the water (although some experiments fail badly. Like Love and Monsters). Mainly because he writes episodes in the future that are so, so good they're some of the best TV British TV has ever produced. Midnight reminds us that Doctor Who-RTD is still RTD who is a very strong writer.
« Last post by el Monstruo-0 on Wed Nov 30 2016, 09:42 »
Oh jesus those two are bad. It's part of the joy of Doctor Who - even the best seasons have shitty episodes. Series Four, arguably one of the most consistently strong, opens with a terrible episode but gets good very, very quickly.
« Last post by Dex on Wed Nov 30 2016, 05:56 »
I just watched 'Dalek' and 'Father's Day's last night. Bother were pretty amazing. I think the knowledge that every episode is so different might have been the only thing that got me past the farting aliens 2 parter.
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« Last post by el Monstruo-0 on Tue Nov 29 2016, 10:21 »
Doctor Who gets much, MUCH better the more you stick with it. There are good and bad episodes in every season, but I think it's Season Three where it really hits its stride and delivers consistent runs of episodes. Series Three and Four are pretty bulletproof apart from the odd clunker - and the nature of Who's storytelling methods is that one person's favourite is another person's most hated. It's what makes the show work - it can be anything from week to week.
In Series One, you're about to have 'Dalek', which is great, then 1x08 'Father's Day' and 1x09/1x10 'The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances' are both good too. So stick with it - Series Two doesn't start off great but once you get to 2x03 'School Reunion' and 2x04 'the Girl in the Fireplace', it's pretty solid from there.
Here's a really good article on one of Westworld's more popular theories. It all gets a bit convoluted and harder to follow as it goes along but it's a solid read. Spoilers for the first eight episodes abound.
I had a few days off due to Thanksgiving and actually re-watched the first eight episodes in one sitting. It's hard to dispute the theory at this point.
The biggest sticking point for me though is...
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...the fact that the only reason Delores left her little loop and met up with William was because of memories she had of the Man in Black. The article suggests this might just be clever editing and her escape from the barn was in the Present timeline and we just haven't seen her since but that walks far closer to a flat out lie than clever misleading for me.
Anyway, I recommend fans of the show check out screenrant.com They tend to have two or three good articles every week dissecting the various mysteries. I imagine these next two episodes are going to be quite huge as there's a whole lot left to unwrap.
« Last post by Dex on Sun Nov 27 2016, 22:22 »
Just started watching Doctor Who for the first time ever. It's listed as Season 1 on amazon instant video but that can't be right as it came out in 2005 and stars Christopher Eccleston. Anyway, I'm about five episodes in and not quite sure how I feel about it yet.
The humor can sometimes be a little too over the top for my tastes. Almost like they're trying way too hard to show their not taking themselves seriously, while at other times I'm not entirely sure if it's supposed to be funny or the guest stars are just over acting because they're not that good.
In the end, Christopher Eccleston is fun to watch and the batshit crazy scenarios they get themselves into will keep me around for the rest of the season.
I hate to say it but I think The Flash is now the Berlanti-verse show I look forward to the least each week. Where the first season was so refreshing for the way it didn't hold anything back and made you wonder how the story was going to be able to sustain itself long term it lately feels like it's going to accomplish that by just repeating itself a whole lot.
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