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Today, I watched "Time of the Doctor" and I'm pretty sure my love of Doctor Who slithered out through my ear and shamefully lodged itself in the darkest corner of the room, crying. FML

By anon / Thursday 26 December 2013 12:08 / Australia
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I watched Dr. Who faithfully during the Tom Baker years, then it was a once in awhile thing after I graduated college. Been getting back into it recently, as my daughter watches it. Last night's episode had good moments, but the end was a bit anti-climactic. Anytime there's a new Doctor, there's a period of adjustment. Personally, I don't think the writing is as strong as it was in the '70s, but then I'm from another generation of Whovians.

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I didn't cry when I watched it. Don't get me wrong I teared up a bit but I'm very hard to get to cry. The only things I cry about are dead family and cute animals being mistreated. All good things must end. Matt may be gone now but now we have a new Doctor! Rejoice!

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I'm actually quite excited for Capaldi. I loved Smith but he's been doing it for ages now, definitely time for someone else to take control. Last episode was a bit self-indulgent rather than monsters and running around but I expected that so I'm not that bothered. I don't really get why everyone's so upset.

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@67 if you think two seasons is a long time them you must live in a pocket dimension. Tennant did it longer then Smith but I still do agree Im very excited about Capaldi and i loved the ending. "Do you by chance know how to fly this thing".

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I don't know. I just wasn't feeling it--and I've watched "Doctor Who" rather sporadically. I was introduced by my boyfriend when Matt Smith started playing, caught up with a few of the modern reset, but have missed a lot. I must catch up. I also didn't get the whole reset before regenerate thing either. The reset from Old Matt to Young Matt was cool, but then he drops his bow tie ("Bow ties are cool.") shimmies a bit and then is Peter Capaldi? Eh.

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The episode focused too much on Matt for my tastes. They had Trenzalore, with all of the Doctor's enemies but they didn't really make it more actionized. It was good but it could have been better. COPYRIGHT FOR ACTIONIZED

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