Check back daily for the latest review. Where do we begin? It is the series that connects the tail end of the success story that was Star Trek: The Next Generation to the start of the dying gasp that was Star Trek:
Scarecrow 27 September Warning: Spoilers A "skovox blitzer" is the latest problem for The Doctor and Clara Oswald, somewhere "in its hole and soon to get out so that some military soldier will fire at it" in England. Oswald, when not traveling with The Doctor and facing unparalleled peril through dimension and space, is a lit teacher at a prestigious private school and currently dating fellow math teacher, Mr.
Pink his ancestor will be a fellow time traveler they meet at "the end of time as we know it". Pink will learn all about The Doctor posing as "the new caretaker" so he could set the devices throughout the school and Clara, but can he keep his lid shut about what he now knows?
While her adventures in the Tardis with The Doctor offer plenty of unpredictable thrills, Clara attempts exhaustingly to maintain her romance with Pink.
Set on earth after several adventures elsewhere, it is kind of refreshing to see The Doctor toiling in England until he can circumvent the efforts of the blitzer. Pink gets to save the earth with an athletic move while The Doctor tries to stop the blitzer, and his bond with Clara is cute and charming.
Capaldi has been brilliant as an older, bit grumpier, snarkier, and snappy Doctor a definite change after the likes of young guns, Smith and Tennant with a scratchy voice and less flamboyant wardrobe. Just like the other Doctors in the past, Capaldi has a commanding presence and never fails in his role as that sharp-witted alien who knows exactly what to do when danger is at its most relevant.
Jenna Coleman is so adorable and sharp as Clara; she can hold her own on screen and share quick barbs with Capaldi, so fluidly that the two of them could have easily been cast in those old Hawks screwball comedies. This episode is a different breed of Who episode compared to the epic-minded ones the show has been producing lately, which is kind of like a deep breath and chance to spin a smaller-scaled yarn for a change.
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