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Despite a few plot flaws, "The Rings of Akhaten" did a great job of showing Clara off a bit more and delving into both her and the Doctor's pasts.
I really liked this episode when I first finished watching it, but after giving it some time to ricochet around in my head, it started to fall apart a bit for me as a fully executed story.
Plus: Word on a Doctor Who's return, Go On might be in trouble, and Touch loses a star.
Plus: Downton Abbey has a U.S. return date, Sundance Channel has some interesting new shows, and election ratings are in!
This story, the Ponds' last, was one of love and choices, and it rested almost entirely on Amy and Rory.
This was my favorite episode of the season up until the end, which seemed a bit rushed and tacked-on.
This was an episode about war, and the products of war, and what fear does to people. And despite the light moments here and there, it dealt with some pretty heavy stuff.
Now here's the Doctor we know and love! The second episode of Season 7 was a fun, sass-filled romp with just enough dark around the edges to keep us intrigued.
Plus: American Idol is wooing Kanye, Bravo cancels Work of Art, and The Walking Dead adds a character.
Plus: A Doctor Who movie and an ALF movie, Dallas is dated sooner than you think, and Leland Palmer heads to Criminal Minds.
It's been 10 months since we last laid eyes on The Doctor and his compatriots, but finally, a spark of hope: A new trailer has been released.
We're constantly amazed by the effects work on many of our favorite shows. Which shows do YOU think have the best visuals?
Wow, has another week gone by already? So it has. And what a week it was.
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Classics, Dark Comedy, British TV, Time Travel, Creatures