The Impossible Girl arc was an incredibly smart way of introducing the new companion for the Eleventh Doctor. Setting up Clara as a compelling and wonderful character, it played with the audience’s ideas of what a Moffat era storyline looks like. At its core, it was the ultimate subversion of the tropes we had become accustomed to. … More The Possible Impossible Girl
t can destroy an unfathomable about of matter between one heartbeat and the next and leave no trace behind – but people don’t really talk about its sentience enough
“a weapon so powerful the operating system became sentient” which is pretty vague, but enough to let us know that it’s a weapon which can think for itself … More the Moment is actually terrifying though
In the end it probably comes down to whether one feels like her death in Hell Bent was undermined, in its emotional resonance and there is no real way to contest that. It is a very personal reaction, after all. But as someone who adored both Face the Raven and Hell Bent, in their own … More Was Clara’s Death Undermined?
I have written about this in many other posts before, but I find this so mindblowingly beautiful that I feel it deserves its own post: If you have watched The Husbands Of River Song, the next thing you need to do right now is to re-watch A Christmas Carol. Because that Christmas special is one … More SILENT NIGHT – A CHRISTMAS SONG
How well does Clara Oswald know the Doctor? Intimately. Almost as well as she knows herself. But perhaps not as well as she thinks she does. … More How Well Does Clara Know The Doctor?