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To think the scene at the end of Doctor Who where *spoilers*

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Ir1na Sun 09-Nov-14 02:02:22

the Doctor started smashing the TARDIS controls up was bit too much? That part was good and very well acted, but even I was slightly shockshock! [shivers]

Ir1na Sun 09-Nov-14 12:48:46

No? blush

ghostyslovesheep Sun 09-Nov-14 12:50:59

maybe not at 2am!

I thought it was appropriate to the situation

FrankelandFilly Sun 09-Nov-14 12:51:39

It was his frustration at being lied to by Missy/The Master. A "I can't believe I fell for it" reaction.

I thought Zombie Danny was far scarier.

Ir1na Sun 09-Nov-14 13:02:54

ghostlylovessheep Not at 2am obviously, oops. blush shock

milkpudding Sun 09-Nov-14 14:24:54

I was apprehensive, worrying "what is he going to do next?"

Go and have a cup of tea with Clara, it turns out.

SeaUnicorns Sun 09-Nov-14 14:32:17

How was it too much? It wasn't scary, even children will have felt frustrated to hit out that's all he was doing confused to why it too much in the context of the whole series, and a pretty dark episode, how some one showing an every day emotion was a bit too much? confused

Well it's that juxtaposition of him being so wound up and emotional, so you do go oh blimey, but as it turns out it's all ok cos he just went had a cup of tea with his best friend, and quite honestly who doesn't!

Missy killing osgood too much ... Yes,
Danny blowing himself up in sacrifice too much yes,
A man being frustrated, to much? Not really!

Ir1na Sun 09-Nov-14 16:41:32

SeaUnicorns I'm just oversensitive to when people act like that. There's a fair few things like The Missing where I don't find the main characters nearly as sympathetic as you're meant to because they're always arguing! blush blush

Ir1na Sun 09-Nov-14 16:46:20

The part with Danny was also reasonably bad though, it made my face feel weird! sad Although I can't help laughing at the comments on other sites about "He's the first character to develop more personality after he became a Cyberman!"

Mrsjayy Sun 09-Nov-14 17:05:47

I liked his reaction it was quite dramatic but he has lost his planet he was pissed off that missy got him I thought oo get him, zombie danny was horrible I agree

steff13 Sun 09-Nov-14 17:09:23

I kind of love Missy.

TheLostPelvicFloorOfPoosh Sun 09-Nov-14 17:11:27

I thought this was going to be the bit with the Brigadier. That made me howl.

SilverDragonfly1 Sun 09-Nov-14 17:14:04

I reckon Missy might come back. The ray she was killing people with was orange, but the cyberman one was blue, so it might have been some kind of transporter. I know the cyberman was the old head of UNIT, but he might not have realised- would Missy make soldiers that could kill her, knowing she was going to give control to the Dr?

Also wonder what Clara wanted to tell him- was it just that Danny had chosen not to come back or something else? Maybe she is pregnant or something?

Corygal Sun 09-Nov-14 17:16:03

I thought the whole 'finale' was a huge anticlimax. Muddled, mawkish and deeply forgettable.

INeedSomeHelp Sun 09-Nov-14 17:16:53

I loved last night's episode - cried through most of it but that may have been hormonal!
I thought it was very well done and his frustration at the Master/Mistress was totally understandable and appropriate.

steff13 Sun 09-Nov-14 17:20:30

I cried several times. I am hormonal, too, but I am also a crier, so who knows.

I really liked Danny, I'm sad he's gone. Nick Frost as Santa at the end was cute. I'd heard he was going to be in the Christmas special.

Dawndonnaagain Sun 09-Nov-14 17:22:17

Clara wanted to say she'd had enough. He did it for her.

I'm old enough to remember the Major, (Lethbridge Stewart) and his promotions!

<sniffs>

OddBoots Sun 09-Nov-14 17:24:17

Steven Moffat more or less said in Extra that The Master (in one form or another) would be back but that we may not be told how as that is how it always used to be done in the past - The Master just can 'escape'.

TheLostPelvicFloorOfPoosh Sun 09-Nov-14 21:14:05

Moffers loves to kill favourite characters off though - what if he kills Santa on Christmas Day? confused

I wouldn't put it past him.

ChameleonCircuit Sun 09-Nov-14 21:20:00

Anorak moment - When Missy disintegrated Osgood and others, it was orange. When the Doctor "disintegrated" Missy, it was blue. I don't think Missy/The Master is dead at all.

I thought the Tardis bashing was completely appropriate. I'm glad Kate L-S is ok.

I also had a major blubfest during last night's Who....followed by my usual blubfest through the Festival of Remembrance.

PourquoiTuGachesTaVie Sun 09-Nov-14 21:23:17

The doctor didn't do it chameleon the cyberman/brigadier did it.

TheLyingOldBitchAndHerWardrobe Sun 09-Nov-14 21:25:31

I think the Master has regenerated into Santa.

Zucker Sun 09-Nov-14 21:28:07

I'm a bit meh over the finale really. The Doctor didn't kill Missy though, the blue flash came from behind seemingly from the cyberman Major.

The rage scene for me was the only scene that rang true, as the Master had fooled him again.

As a time traveller why doesn't the Doctor know Danny didn't come back?

Will watch it again this week I'd imagine but underwhelmed by it at the moment.

Mrsjayy Sun 09-Nov-14 21:32:03

He can't kill santa shock I loved missy to great chatacter I think clara is pregnant

FrankelandFilly Sun 09-Nov-14 21:33:23

The Doctor didn't know about Danny because time is not fixed. There is no preordained path to be followed, it can all change depending on what decisions are made.

Sorry, that's a bit deep for a Sunday evening grin

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