[ SPOILERS! This episode discusses the new Doctor Who spin-off series, Class. ]

We all deal with grief in very different, very personal ways. Whether or not we ever truly come to terms with the loss of a loved one is unpredictable at best, and hinges upon any number of factors, both in and out of our control. Consider the impact, then, of a malicious entity that feeds upon that uncertainty and emotional upheaval — attempting to manipulate us at one of our greatest points of vulnerability. Now, consider grappling with that threat in the middle of the maelstrom that is the life of a teenager.

This week, Haley and Keir cut through the dangerous tendrils that weave through the third episode of Class, “Nightvisiting”. Our ill-fated students contend with a danger that extends much further than the halls of Coal Hill, as well as issues of family rejection, estrangement, and isolation. This is turning out to be a heck of a feel-good show, eh?

Extra: Interview with Anneke Wills (Live from L.I. Who 4)

We get a few minutes to chat with the wonderful Anneke Wills (Polly Wright) at the outset of the convention weekend, discussing her thoughts on Moffat’s writing (for DW as well as Sherlock), her respect for costar Michael Craze (Ben Jackson), and her further exploration of Polly’s character thanks to Big Finish.

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One Thought on “Nightvisiting”

  • Watched the first episode of Power, definitely mesmerizing.

    As for LI Who 4, it was my (and family’s) first con. It was awesome. So much to do, so many panels, spent weekend trying to get bearings. Next year, with a better feel, hopefully be able to get to more of the “social activities”. Loved watching the podcast.

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