Date: 2011-10-02 07:06 pm (UTC)
Agree with all this. I liked the promise of Eleven/River, but then they basically made River's life revolve around the doctor. The cool thing about her was that she seemed like she had her own life and her own adventures. But alas, it was not to be.

For me, there's no emotion to Moffat's reign. I'll be the first to state that some of RTD's plots were absolutely horrible, but his characterization was incredible. Moffat seems so concerned about 'clever' plot twists, that he spends no time on actual characterization so that I CARE about the plot twist and how it affects the characters.

I mean, when Amy loses her child and seemingly DOESN'T REFERENCE IT and goes about having more adventures with the Doctor, who was indirectly the cause of this, why should I care either?

This is the first time I debating whether or not to even set the series DVD set. If it weren't for Gaiman's excellent "Doctor's Wife", I definitely wouldn't.
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