Douglas Adams, providing the perfect quote for all iWatch coverage.
(Mind you, I’m totally going to get one.)
Thanks to @psimagnet for linking me to the article I’m responding to here, and prompting something I’ve wanted to write for a while. @psimagnet believes that Moffat is misogynistic and not feminist. I think they are wrong on both counts. Thanks also to Alan Moore, whose “Last Interview” provides…
This is the definitive Moffat & Feminism post.
Does Moffat realize that because he stopped the Doctor from locking the Time War, that means that The End of Time never happened (because Rassilon would have literally no fucking reason to attempt to break out of a thing that didn’t exist), which means the Master is still out there?
But, you know, his story is “sort of over”.
The Day of the Doctor takes place at the same time/ immediately after The end of Time in the chronology of Gallifrey.(note the lines “the high council are meeting as we speak” “their plans have already failed” said by the general in his first scene.
Yes, it is a tragedy that the (2nd) Doctor played by Tennant then goes and has to deal with them after having saved them. But Doctors tend not to remember the events of meeting their future selves.
Continuity is maintained.
Peter Capaldi catches up on the Radio Times 10th Anniversary Special: