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Tag Archives: Neil Cross
I’m really not trying to see lots of Rose connections everywhere. I’m really not. Don’t get me wrong, I loved Rose but I’m not a viewer who believes that the show began and ended with her. She was brilliant, she … Continue reading
It’s seems to be something of a tradition of the new Doctor Who to follow up the first episode, which is generally an earth-based alien invasion of some kind or other (see “Rose,” “Smith and Jones,” “Partners in Crime,” and “The … Continue reading