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The Doctor knows Xoanon isn't a god, but he's still in awe of the power of creation. That middle ground seems a likely place for someone who knows the ins and outs of time and space.
02 May 2012
There’s a degree of novelty to the idea, but a key part of the show’s longevity is the Doctor’s regeneration every few years.
24 Apr 2012
It’s great stories like this which lend credence to the old saw about British children watching Doctor Who from behind the couch.
03 Apr 2012
“Paradise Towers” is a terrifying story with humorous themes and it's a humorous story with terrifying themes.
22 Sep 2011
With its portrayal of citizens beholden to tax-hungry bureaucrats, "The Sun Makers" might play well at tea party rallies.
11 Sep 2011
Clocking in at just two episodes, “The Awakening” never gets the chance to repeat itself or spin its wheels. Its brevity is its biggest liability.
03 Aug 2011
Westerns are all about taming, civilizing, even controlling some great unknown, themes equally at home in science fiction, so this story’s failing isn’t in its playful genre-hopping
19 Jul 2011
Tom Baker’s performance is so effortless and strange that many scenes without him are forgettable. His performance is like the TARDIS -- it contains multitudes.
07 Jul 2010
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