Tag Archives: Catherine Tate

Doctor Who: The End Of Time (2009) Review

“The End Of Time” is quite the momentous milestone for Doctor Who. It’s not only the Tenth Doctor’s regeneration story – bringing David Tennant’s three-season tenure as the rebel time lord to a close just in time for Christmas – … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Stolen Earth / Journey’s End (2008) Review

“The Stolen Earth / Journey’s End”, the Series 4 finale of Doctor Who, is in many ways the climax of the RTD era. There are still a few specials to come after this two-parter, that focus on sending off David … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Turn Left (2008) Review

During “The Fires Of Pompeii“, Lucius Petrus Dextrus sneered at Donna Noble that she had something creeping on her back, a rather ominous warning that was quickly forgotten about by our heroes as they rushed to preserve ancient history. But … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Midnight (2008) Review

The ghost train ride that is the second half of Doctor Who’s fourth season continues to chug along at a steady pace with “Midnight”, penned by showrunner Russell T. Davies. “Midnight” and “Turn Left” are quite an interesting pair of … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Silence In The Library / Forest Of The Dead (2008) Review

“Silence In The Library / Forest Of The Dead”, penned by Steven Moffat, is not only one of my favorite adventures that he’s written for the series, it’s one of my favorite Doctor Who stories in general, and it proves … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Unicorn And The Wasp (2008) Review

Series 4 of Doctor Who reaches its official midway point with “The Unicorn And The Wasp”, penned by Gareth Roberts, another returning guest writer from Series 3. “The Unicorn And The Wasp” is the traditional NuWho celebrity historical, which comes … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Daughter (2008) Review

“The Doctor’s Daughter”, an episode you never quite look at the same way again, once you discover David Tennant and Georgia Moffet are actually married in real life (having tied the knot years after they worked together on this episode). … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Sontaran Stratagem / The Poison Sky (2008) Review

Keeping with the tradition of how every NuWho season reintroduces an antagonist from the classic series, another villainous race of alien warriors make their revamped return to the franchise in “The Sontaran Stratagem”, penned by Helen Raynor. This two-parter is … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Planet Of The Ood (2008) Review

“Planet Of The Ood” is a pretty satisfying entry in the Doctor Who canon, and rather fittingly, it’s another harsh morality tale to come right off the heels of “The Fires Of Pompeii“, making a blunt yet firm statement about … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Fires Of Pompeii (2008) Review

Every season of Doctor Who during the RTD era kicks off with a loose trilogy of episodes set during the past, present and future to ease newcomers into the show. As Series 4 gets underway with a fresh new companion, … Continue reading

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