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Season 10, Episode 11 – In this week’s episode of Doctor Who, Team TARDIS boards a colony ship only to discover its inhabitants are being experimented upon in order to survive a schism in time created by a black hole. All the human inhabitants, including Bill, are being upgraded – can the Doctor save them in time?
Season 10, Episode 10 – In this week’s episode of Doctor Who, the Doctor and Bill venture to Scotland, 120 AD, to discover the fate of the lost ninth legion of the Roman empire. What they discover is the remains of the legion and a monster hellbent on destroying it and the world it has been released upon.
Season 10, Episode 9 – In this week’s episode of Doctor Who, it’s the Ice Warriors versus the Victorians on Mars, with the Doctor and Bill trying to stop the ensuing conflict. What can appease the Ice Queen’s wrath? And can Nardole make it back in the TARDIS in time? Or will he have to risk letting Missy out of the vault?
Season 10, Episode 8 – In this week’s episode of Doctor Who, the Monks have taken over Earth, recruiting the Doctor to spread their propaganda and leaving Bill and Nardole to save the day. Bill is determined to save the Doctor and the human race from the Monks’ influence, but that will come at the cost of her own life.
Season 10, Episode 7 – On this week’s episode of Doctor Who, the Monks have invaded and present an ultimatum to the human race: consent to their control of the planet or die. The Doctor, assuming once again his position as the President of the world, must devise a cunning plan to defeat them before the Doomsday Clock strikes midnight.
Season 10, Episode 6 – In this week’s episode of Doctor Who, the Doctor is called to the Vatican by the pope to read an ancient text that causes all of its readers to commit suicide. Taken into the Vatican’s ancient library, the Doctor must face shifting portals, undead cardinals, and his own guilty conscience before risking reading Veritas.
Season 10, Episode 5 – In this week’s Doctor Who, the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole answer a distress call from a space station in the future where oxygen is sold by the breath. When space suits begin attacking their inhabitants who can’t pay, it’s a race against time for the Doctor to save the crew before all the oxygen leaves the station.
Season 10, Episode 4 – In this week’s Doctor Who, the Doctor is on the case when Bill moves into an old house with an odd landlord and a forbidden tower. What’s in the creaking floorboards? Why do roommates keep disappearing? And can they find out the truth before they’re trapped inside the house forever?
Season 10, Episode 3 – Doctor Who shows us a brand new side to the show in “Thin Ice.” When Bill and the Doctor wind up in London during the big frost of 1841, they discover that there’s a menace threatening the lives of the people of London, but it might not be who – or what – you think.
Season 10, Episode 2 – Doctor Who takes us to a ttly future colony in “Smile.” When emoji bots start killing off unhappy Earth colonists, the Doctor shows up to save the day, or at least, prevent anymore unhappy deaths. With Bill by his side, this season is promising to be an entertaining one full of adventure.
Season 10, Episode 1 – In the season premiere of Doctor Who, cafeteria worker Bill Potts gets swept up in one of the Doctor’s adventures when a girl suddenly vanishes alongside a mysterious puddle that shows the wrong reflection. The Doctor and Nardole are back to saving the universe, with Bill now along for the ride!
Season 9, Episode 13 – In a welcome return after a year-long hiatus, Doctor Who kicks off its annual Christmas episode with a fun, zany adventure straight out of a comic book. The Doctor must team up with a superhero known as the Ghost to stop an incoming alien invasion, in a satisfying bit of holiday escapism.
Check out our recap of the Doctor Who Christmas Special “The Husbands of River Song” in this fun holiday-themed tribute!
‘Hell Bent’ was a complicated episode to say the least, and a mere few hours after watching it, I still don’t know if I have digested it all, nor if I missed critical points hidden expertly throughout the dialogue.
This episode of Doctor Who was unlike anything we have seen before. Throughout the entire episode there was only a single speaking part, The Doctor. Knowing this I was skeptical going in, but eventually blown away by Peter Capaldi’s performance, albeit confused by some of the story.
This entire season of Doctor Who there has been a buzz around Clara leaving the show and how it would happen. Tonight was a fitting good-bye to the impossible girl who turned impossibly reckless.
This week’s Doctor Who had the strong feeling of a filler episode. The previous two episodes (The Zygon Inversion and The Zygon Invasion) were emotionally powerful, action packed, and overall very entertaining, which may have actually hurt this episode.
An emotionally packed conclusion to the Zygon story delivers. It officially ushers in the era of the 12th Doctor. Whereas previous incarnations having been running from the War Doctor, this version seems to have finally allowed him to become part of himself. We saw a raw, emotional side to The Doctor that rarely ever comes to the surface.
20 million Zygons have been living on Earth, but some of them are done pretending to be humans. The war has begun. What three Doctors started, the 12th Doctor must put an end too.
This episode’s story arch could more or less be summed up in 30 seconds. The Doctor finds Ashildr mid robbery. They are both after an alien jewel. After obtaining it, The Doctor finds out how much the years of immortality have changed Ashildr. Now the big reveal…
Vikings, aliens, and emotions come bubbling to the surface. Doctor Who delivers on characters but in a predictable story. We saw a deeply emotional Doctor. One whose travels and losses have begun to take a toll, which the Time Lord cannot longer hide.
The rules of time travel mean nothing to The Doctor when Clara’s life is at stake. Most shows or movies that deal with time travel never acknowledge that they have created a paradox leaving their viewers incredibly frustrated. However, Doctor Who in its cheeky manner made this paradox actually enjoyable, which is quite refreshing.
On the latest episode of Doctor Who, the TARDIS unhappily drops The Doctor and Clara in an underwater station that is plagued by a creepy mystery.
The Doctor returns in the season premier of Doctor Who as a rock star, riding an army tank, having introduced the word “dude” into the vernacular…in medieval times?