Tag Archives: Freema Agyeman

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: 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: Utopia / The Sound Of Drums / Last Of The Time Lords (2007) Review

“Utopia / The Sound Of Drums / Last Of The Time Lords”, the three-part finale where shit gets real. The entirety of Series 3 has been building up to the events of this finale, with Chekov’s guns, arc words, and … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Blink (2007) Review

“Blink”, written by Steven Moffat, is quite the fan favorite episode of Doctor Who, and I have a bit of an unpopular opinion about it. Similar to how I liked “The Long Game” more than a lot of other people … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Human Nature / The Family Of Blood (2007) Review

Ever since I started covering Doctor Who’s third season, I’ve been looking forward to “Human Nature / The Family Of Blood”, a two-parter that’s widely regarded in the fandom as one of the classics from David Tennant’s time as the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: 42 (2007) Review

Starting with “Smith and Jones“, nearly every episode of Doctor Who’s third season puts the Doctor and Martha Jones under intense pressure to save the day in some form or another – giving these adventures a fast, calculated pace – … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Lazarus Experiment (2007) Review

Doctor Who’s third season starts to approach its midway point with “The Lazarus Experiment”, or as I like to call it, the one where the Doctor fights the white Scorpion King. As you would expect from a Dalek episode, the … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Daleks In Manhattan / Evolution Of The Daleks (2007) Review

After taking a few early jaunts in the TARDIS to test it out, a new companion is usually brought home by the first two-parter of the season to reconvene with their family and get their bearings (like “Aliens Of London” … Continue reading

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