Gwen learns of another disturbing aspect of dealing with the Rift, and we all take a blow from Chris Chibnall’s ability to write emotionally charged scenes.
Phil Ford is back in the writing credits for one of the strongest humor-horror-high-anxiety stories of the second Torchwood season, but we have a difficult time discerning which categorization best fits.
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.
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.
When a few of our Torchwood Hub 3 team declare mutiny over their dear Captain in the Season 1 finale, sunny happy Cardiff pays the price in the form of really unpleasant overcast skies.gpr381
We step into the ring with guest Julie this week, returning at long last to our Torchwood progress to discuss Noel Clarke’s contribution to the first season. (Yes, THAT Noel Clarke.)
They say you can’t go back again…assuming you want to at all. Gwen, Jack, and Owen each take charge of caretaking an unexpected time traveler, coming to three very different ends.
Gwen embroils herself in a ghost story where the spirit is the one haunted by the living, and the rest of the team effectively takes a week off.
The third episode of the first Torchwood season appears to be a bit of “viewer’s ret-con” for most of us, as we can’t really recall any details having seen the story in years past…though we know we did.