“The Eleventh Hour” Review

Although this will be brief, I feel compelled to squeeze a few words across the limited internet available to me here, on the first episode of series fnarg of Doctor Who.

  • Watched with a not-we.  “Isn’t he good?” she said.  Later that evening she referred to watching the show as one of the highlights of the day…  The Moff hits his target.
  • I felt that Matt Smith became the Doctor over the hour.  During the first few minutes I had my doubts.  I thought the previous Doctor flashbacks were a bit over the top until Smith stepped through the bubble with his bow-tie tied: “I am the Doctor”.  Yes, my good Time Lord (I thought) you are.
  • Amy Pond.  Oh yes.
  • This was a Snow Leopard release.  Not so much a load of new features as doing the same things, better. (Except the theme.  That will take a bit of getting used to).

When did we last see the hat-stand in the console room?

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3 thoughts on ““The Eleventh Hour” Review

  1. As the Doctor and Amy walked into the TARDIS, and the camera took in Amy’s face, my very words were: “He got the coat rack back!”

    It’s possible that, for the first time, my family might have realized just how much of a DW geek I really am.

  2. As the Doctor and Amy walked into the TARDIS, and the camera took in Amy’s face, my very words were: “He got the coat rack back!”

    It’s possible that, for the first time, my family might have realized just how much of a DW geek I really am.

  3. As the Doctor and Amy walked into the TARDIS, and the camera took in Amy’s face, my very words were: “He got the coat rack back!”

    It’s possible that, for the first time, my family might have realized just how much of a DW geek I really am.

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