Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes To War

Absolutely NO spoilers after the break.

The thing is, Moffat’s scripts just tower over everyone else’s this season. And this one is no exception. No one else writes lines like Moffat. Or Russell T. Davies. They have signature styles and create memorable scripts and memorable moments within them.

Someone out there on the Internet is crowing if he’s seen this episode. His speculation was absolutely correct. Moffat fooled me, but now with the reveal, I’m left with many questions. And that’s probably exactly as Moffat wants it.

A gangbuster of an episode. I can’t wait for more!

Previously here:

Doctor Who: The Almost People
Doctor Who: The Rebel Flesh
Doctor Who: The Doctor’s Wife
Doctor Who: The Curse Of The Black Spot
Doctor Who: Day Of The Moon
BBC America Just Sucks
Doctor Who: The Impossible Astronaut

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2 responses to “Doctor Who: A Good Man Goes To War

  1. I guessed that one before the show started. Lot’s of questions raised as you say. Reminded me of that movie Benjamin Button… the across aeons love affair side of it.

  2. I just finished watching it. Without giving anything away, Moffat is amazing at doing the whole emotional roller coaster thing.

    (And I thank my friends who who watched it while I was at SoonerCon this weekend and kept the spoilers away!)

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