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Article 52: A Tale of Two Sachas

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Article 52: A Tale of Two Sachas
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Join us for a special edition podcast which features Sacha Dzuba discussing his theories about what the future of Doctor Who holds…with himself.

No, really.

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Whochick is a huge Doctor Who fan. She loves the show so much that she not only co-authors a blog on the topic, but also a podcast that you should listen to. Whochick resides in California with her husband (the Shadow Architect), and occasionally refers to herself in the third person.

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  1. Harvey  December 29, 2012

    Uh. No. Modern Who is like an incomplete Rorschach painting. The holes in the plot and the Easter eggs are deliberate, planted to mask bad writing to make inexplicable or unexplained events seem like there is an overarching meta-structure. To borrow from another genre, they are the “hole in things.” The siren song in Curse of the Black Spot is used previously in Turn Left. Is that a music cue, or a budget restraint? The vampire reference was a throwaway line acknowledging the obvious borrowing from I am Legend. Having left so many questions unanswered and having had so many intriguing possibilities squandered, I will no longer ascribe significance to any detail unless explicitly given. There are kernels for many excellent stories, but more likely by Big Finish then Moffat abd his crew. Entertaining podcast, though. Very clever, just too clever by half.

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