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Doctor Who S10 E11: ‘World Enough and Time’

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The Doctor’s archenemy, Missy AKA The Master, wants to become one of the good guys, so he sets her, along with his companions Bill and Nardole, on a mission, and things just get worse as they go, as they stumble upon the Mondasian Cybermen in this very offbeat and landmark episode of Doctor Who. Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “World Enough and Time.”

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Doctor Who S10 E10: ‘The Eaters of Light’

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Once again Doctor Who explores a mystery from the pages of history itself, what happened to Legio IX Hispana?  As The Doctor and Bill and Nardole journey back to second century Scotland to find the Ninth Roman Legion, they discover a more sinister threat awaits them.  Meet me after the time jump for my thoughts on “The Eaters of Light.”

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Doctor Who S10 E09: ‘Empress of Mars’

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Traditionally Doctor Who is considered to be the protector of Earth and mankind against all manner of alien invaders, but what happens when it’s mankind who are the invaders, and the invades are former archenemies of The Doctor? That’s the conundrum when Victorian age explorers land on Mars amongst a hive of Ice Warriors – what will The Doctor do? Meet me after the small time and space jump for my thoughts on “Empress of Mars.”

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Doctor Who S10 E07: ‘The Pyramid at the End of the World’

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The mysterious Monks are back, not just for revenge on The Doctor, but for dominion over the planet Earth – and they just might get it.  Can The Doctor stop the Monks, and save mankind from itself?  Meet me after the jump for my thoughts on this do-not-miss episode of Doctor Who, the second act of the Monks trilogy, “The Pyramid at the End of the World.”

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Doctor Who S10 E06: ‘Extremis’

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Doctor Who had a heck of a cliffhanger last time, with The Doctor going blind, but now with the Vatican in need of his help to stop a killer book, the Veritas, how will he save the day?  And was that Missy in the preview for this episode?  Meet me after the TARDIS jump for my thoughts on “Extremis.”

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Doctor Who S10 E04: ‘Knock Knock’

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This week’s episode of Doctor Who is written by Mike Bartlett, one of the UK’s hottest telewriters and playwrights, and with a chance to take a shot at his favorite TV show, he wants to shine. Bartlett determines to out-scare the traditional haunted house story, with a house that eats people… Meet me after the time jump for my thoughts on “Knock Knock.”

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Doctor Who S10 E02: ‘Smile’

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Imagine a time when everyone is happy, sounds pretty good, right? What if they were forced to be happy by penalty of death? That’s the future that The Doctor and Bill visit in this episode of Doctor Who, where you’d better smile or else. Meet me after the time and space jump for my thoughts on “Smile.”

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Doctor Who S09 E12: Hell Bent

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Remember that old rule? You know the one. “The Doctor lies.” It’s not just him. It’s his heritage. It’s his people. Just because The Doctor comes from the Time Lords of Gallifrey, some new schoolers might guess that the Time Lords are the good guys. Not true. The Time Lords are among The Doctor’s greatest enemies. They lie, don’t forget this. They fear him. Proof positive, meet me after the jump for my thoughts on “Hell Bent.”

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Doctor Who S09 E11: Heaven Sent

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With Clara Oswald presumed dead (don’t count your chickens, or ravens, and all that), and The Doctor captured and sold to a mysterious enemy, then teleported away, things are not looking good for the multi-part end of a “Doctor Who” season that has been almost all cliffhangers. With this episode, we may be looking at the biggest one yet. Meet me after the time and space jump for my thoughts on “Heaven Sent.”

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The Librarians S02 E05: The Hollow Men

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Have you ever wished that your favorite place in the world was a person? Perhaps Flynn Carsen has never thought of it before, but on this Noah Wylie-directed episode of “The Librarians,” that wish comes true.

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