Doctor Who Season 7
This week's Doctor Who offered the quietest, slowest alien invasion we've seen in the series in some time, but that seems fitting considering that the episode was really all about the trinity of Amy, Rory and the Doctor. Five questions about "The Power of Three"? Maybe that's two too many...
After last weekend's "Dinosaurs on A Spaceship," where else could the newly-high-concept-centric Doctor Who go, but cyborg killing machines in the Old West? Unsurprisingly, we have five questions about "A Town Called Mercy."
I know, I know; there's not another episode of Doctor Who until Saturday. But still, there's something about the first episode of this season of Who that's been in my head that I want to ask about.
If there's one thing to say about the second episode of the new season of Doctor Who, it's that those making the show are definitely taking that whole "A Blockbuster Every Episode" idea very seriously. If nothing else, look at this week's episode, which puts the stupid/awesome high concept right there in the title. That said, if you thought there might be questions arising from putting dinosaurs into orbit, you'd be right. There's five of them, in fact...
As a tease for the seventh season of Doctor Who, the all-too-brief Pond Life web series didn't really work - But as a standalone spin-off of comedy shorts, it… well, I'm still not sure if it really worked, either. Here are five questions about Pond Life, Doctor Who, and missed opportunities.
After far too long, Doctor Who is back, picking up from where it left off with some familiar questions, new faces where you least expect them, and… the Daleks actually seeming scary again? How did that happen? Of course we have five questions about "Asylum of The Daleks."
We're just weeks away from the debut of Doctor Who Season 7, the final season for Amy and Rory, the first since the Doctor's "death" and one that promises a blockbuster movie every single week. Gearing up for the main event, you really shouldn't be surprised that we have five questions about what little we already know about what's to come.