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December 29, 2010

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I haven't read your review yet, but I thought I'd tell you what my particular Doctor Who friend told me about this episode: She said that there were times when Matt Smith made his Doctor seem older than Michael Gambon's character, as if he was able to take everything that all the former Doctors went through and integrate them into this ancient, ancient (but young) character. I want to see him, especially this episode.

"conclusion that involves a mezzo-soprano singing into a broken screwdriver."
Noo! Not the sonic screwdriver! Please tell me the Doctor was able to fix it!
(My Doctor Who friend knitted a sonic screwdriver. She also knitted me a Dalek...)

Well, it had an unfortunate run-in with a shark, and I don't think he ever did get a chance to fix it before episode's end . . . but on the plus side, both halves were still functioning just fine!

A KNITTED screwdriver! I'd love to see that!

I just watched it at last. So so so lovely. Poor screwdriver. *weeps*

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