Doctor Who finale (Pt1)

(Or, Non-alphabetical Post The Second)

I’ve just watched the first part of this year’s Doctor Who finale, “The Pandorica Opens” (and then Confidential, and then Casualty, but never mind that).  Wow, that was awesome.  And coooool, just like bow ties are coooool.  I really loved the pre-credit sequence, the way it tied in so many of the episodes from this season.  And it just all got more epic from there.  I have to admit, I’m feeling a little smug because I’d guessed the purpose of the Pandorica, but I hadn’t guessed exactly why, and I loved that twist.  I have no idea where it’s going to go from there, but I have a feeling it’s All About Amy.  Somehow, however impossible that seems.  After all, it doesn’t seem like there’s any way out.  It felt more like a full stop of an ending than a comma.  Still a cliffhanger, but… well, if this had been the last ever episode of Doctor Who, even though it would have been a tragic one, I’d’ve been OK with that.  I do hope next week lives up to that!

Author: Lou

Geeky fangirl and knitter, owned by large black mog. Sometime web designer. Lapsed musician.

5 thoughts on “Doctor Who finale (Pt1)”

    1. Hi, thanks for dropping by. I have no idea what happens next, but I reckon it’s All To Do With Amy. It has to be, right? I think I need to watch the whole season again. Oh, what a shame ;-D

  1. My pleasure. :)
    It is a nice place you have here, and am enjoying visiting new blogs and meeting new people. Great place for that, IComLeavWe. I think you are right about it having to do with Amy. This was my first time watching the new series of Doctor Who, and the episode did seem to signify it was to do with her. Thanks for the thumbs up, and have a good evening.

  2. I’m watching this season and we’re way behind you on BBC America and iTunes. I find this season darker in a way than other seasons. I just watched Rory being taken by the light in the crack in the wall and I’m a little depressed. But still eagerly awaiting the next episode!

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