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gave it a rewatch this morning and i can't stress enough how extraordinary this episode is. i'm still in awe of the creativity of it, and how with such a simple setting and with only two actors they could fit in so many elements that ultimately fit together so brilliantly.
Russell T Davies knew he could count on David Tennant and Catherine Tate to carry the entire episode on their shoulders, and they absolutely did, playing both the heroes and…
i would DIE for Campbell Bain.
one of my favourite characters of all time, and one of David Tennant's greatest performances. the fact that he was so young at the time makes it all the more impressive; he's always been this good.
this series has so much heart and it's extraordinarily earnest, and both the story and the characters are beautifully written. it has also helped me a lot, and i will always treasure it and cherish it.
EXTRAORDINARY HOUR OF TELEVISION.
i was hoping for something like this when this especial was described as something never been done before in Doctor Who. i was hoping for something experimental, different, original and unique, because some of the greatest episodes of Doctor Who (like Midnight, Turn Left or Heaven Sent) come from experimenting with the medium and tropes, and taking risks, and Wild Blue Yonder delivered in all fronts. what a masterpiece!
this special is wild, fun, terrifying, heartbreaking,…