Agree there. The Doctor's Wife probably the last great Dr Who story before the decline.There’s a lots of good in series 6.
It stumbles and falls there at the end, but Christmas Carol, Impossible Astronaut, The Doctor’s Wife, the God Complex, Night Terrors... all fantastic.
*Coughs in “Night Terrors”, “God Complex”, “Time Heist”, “Under the Lake”, “Before the Flood”, “The Zygon Invasion”, “The Zygon Inversion”, “Heaven Sent”, “Hell Bent”, “Extremis”, “The World Enough and Time”, “The Doctor Falls”, and “Twice upon a time”.Agree there. The Doctor's Wife probably the last great Dr Who story before the decline.
Boxes in my experience but I've still received damaged steels from them before (on at least separate occasions iirc), so it doesn't guarantee that they will arrive undamaged, unfortunately.Does anyone know is Zoom send steelbooks in jiffy envelopes or cardboard boxes? Thanks
I*Coughs in “Night Terrors”, “God Complex”, “Time Heist”, “Under the Lake”, “Before the Flood”, “The Zygon Invasion”, “The Zygon Inversion”, “Heaven Sent”, “Hell Bent”, “Extremis”, “The World Enough and Time”, “The Doctor Falls”, and “Twice upon a time”.
Yeah- the final run of Series 7 was pretty atrocious.I
I give up after Mat Smiths last story and the rare time that i tuned in after that I tuned out pretty sharpish. I haven't watched the show in 5 years and there is zero chance of me ever watching it again as I cancelled my TV licence last year.
If I Had to pick the greatest season of Dr Who, ever Tom Baker's 3 season. From Masque to Talons, pretty much perfection. For me TV simply doesn't get any better followed closely by his last season..... That was Dr Who at the peak of it's power. There were other excellent seasons in the old and new season but that's the season that stands out for me and what i judge all seasons by. For Nu Who I would say David Tennant's final Season (not the specials that followed). It was for me the most consistently excellent season of new Who. I just felt from the specials onwards there really was none at the controls anymore keeping a tight reign..... With the classic show I lost interest after Logopolis and never had the same interest again and I'd been watching since Power of the Daleks....Yeah- the final run of Series 7 was pretty atrocious.
Honestly the ending of Series 6 made absolutely no sense at all... and Series 8 has a few late starts, but it’s bolstered by Capaldi’s resounding grip on the character and lean in to HARD science fiction storytelling. The show hits it’s stride in series 9, with what might be the single greatest season that Doctor Who has ever had. Series 10 is still quite strong and ends on one of the series’ high notes.
And then it all falls apart with Chris Chibnall. xD