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Tag Archives: Frank Cottrell Boyce
All right. Three weeks in and I’m already behind. This doesn’t bode well for timeliness, but I’m determined to complete the blog posts this season, even if they’re occasionally late and/or a bit shorter than normal. We’ve had an extended … Continue reading
I’ve gathered that there are some popular criticisms of this, Frank Cottrell Boyce’s first Doctor Who episode. Admittedly, there are some awkward bits. I’m reminded of something I read recently in relation to the series 7 episode “Nightmare in Silver”: That … Continue reading