After a bit of friction between writer and script editor on the balance between gothic imagery and science, the story divides our team on what we find interesting, entertaining, or worth the time investment.
Haley’s back in the studio at long last, and we didn’t even have to use a resurrection glove to make it happen. Hitting the midpoint in Season 2 of Torchwood, we see a recurrence of an episode trait that affected a large swath of the first season: story elements that are enjoyable, but feel underdeveloped.
Romana realizes her time with the Doctor is nearing an end, and the divisive character Adric enters the picture in this fan-written Season 18 story.
While reveling in the return of Doctor Martha Jones and all the things we love about her, we also recognize a solid story that works completely outside of the science fiction construct.
With seemingly no end to the horrid cactus jokes, we poke at the second story of Season 18 and try to find its refreshing core.
An unfamiliar face joins the Hub 3 team, but no one seems to notice until our lovable lunkhead Rhys gets the right people upset about the right things.
It’s the dawn of both Season 18 and the John Nathan Turner era, and there are few things that we don’t see up-ended in the first story of ‘the new order’.
The reason many of us remember the ‘tortured space manatee’ episode from Season 2 is the same reason others forget…the disturbing nature of the episode’s primary storyline.
Never given the chance to film in its entirety in 1979, what was slated to be the penultimate story of Season 17 was left in production limbo until a team of animators, producers, and cast came together to complete and broadcast Douglas Adams’ final Doctor Who script in 2017.
Tommy the thaw-and-refreeze soldier gets a first date with Tosh and one last swing at Owen before being asked to save Cardiff…and the world.