Six Smart Women Discussing Doctor Who

Do you love these 7-faves extras as much as we do? Join Deb, Erika, Katrina, and Lynne as we dive into the Steven Moffat era of Doctor Who and go through the pain of picking seven favourites. What will our strategies be this time? Did any ep get picked by everyone? Listen and find out!

What’s your list of faves? Let us know in the comments!

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Comments on: "Extra! – 7 Faves from the Moffat Era" (4)

  1. 1. Hell Bent
    2. Listen
    3. The Day Of The Doctor
    4. The Big Bang
    5. Heaven Sent
    6. The Girl Who Waited
    7. A Christmas Carol

  2. Vanessa McNamara said:

    HI, just wanted to say that this list is basically the ones I re-watch the most, and they aren’t really ranked.

    1. Day of the Doctor: Of course, the scenes involving all the doctors are terrific, and the scene with Tom Baker is lovely, especially considering both of them were improvising. I will never get tired of seeing when the three doctors get together and start acknowledging all of the things fans bitch about, hilarious.

    2. Name of the Doctor: Plot holes be damned. Don’t care. It’s just fun. Everyone in this story acted their socks off. Loved the montage, the giant Tardis, Jenna and Alex getting to act off each other. The scene between River and the Doctor was lovely.

    3. Magician’s Apprentice/Witches Familiar: What’s not to love? Capaldi with the guitar, and the scenes between Clara and Missy were my favorites. I especially like the scene Missy tells her about the Doctor escaping and then falling in the hole with the spider monkeys. Good Stuff!

    4. The Husbands of River Song: This is the ending Alex Kingston and River Song deserved, I loved her with Matt, but I know she felt Name of the Doctor was not a fitting end for her character on the show, and I’m glad she got this one. And that scene! Enough said.

    5. The Eleventh Hour: The food montage, the roof scene, etc, etc.

    6. Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone: For me, this is my favorite two-parter, ever. The reasons are too many to list here. I would refer anyone to the original review of these episodes by RFS, Steven did a better job explaining it than I ever could.

    7. Vampires of Venice: Okay, a controversial choice. When I watched this the first time, I didn’t like it that much. The plot is just meh. But the awkward cold open, the Doctor and Rory, Amy and the Doctor’s delight upon discovering ‘Vampires’, all delightful. The best scene is the one between the Doctor and Rosanna. There’s something about two ancient aliens having an intellectual showdown that does it for me.And when he walks out of the building with that determined look on his face and the camera pans just the right way. Good Stuff.

    So I hope I didn’t take up too much room. Love your podcast, you all are awesome!

  3. rukbat3 said:

    My seven:

    1. The Day of the Doctor
    2. Vincent and the Doctor
    3. Face the Raven/Heaven Sent/Hell Bent
    4. The Husbands of River Song
    5. The Return of Doctor Mysterio
    6. The Doctor, the Widow, and the Wardrobe
    7. Flatline

  4. Here we go, in no particular order:
    1. Vincent and the Doctor
    2. The Doctor’s Wife
    3. The Day of the Doctor
    4. Heaven Sent
    5. Mummy on the Orient Express
    6. Thin Ice
    7. The Eleventh Hour

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