Shoujo Q, on 11 September 2011 - 07:07 PM, said:
You mean you weren't moved by old fart Amy, lack of Doctor, weird rubbed handed robots and sword action. (Where did the sword come from?)
On the other hand, sat through the last two episodes of Torchwood.
That's all I have to say about that. Don't ever say I can't complete something, even if I lose interest. And the fact that they left it open for MORE, makes me weep.
"Push the button" - In any real world you would say "Which one?" given a choice of two, if not, again given a choice of buttons and one is red, no matter what colour from the visible spectrum the other is, you don't push the red. RED MEANS DANGER
Now this plague only attackse people with two hearts, robot scans Amy and can tell she has dodgy bacteria but can't tell she has only one heart and is therefore immune. This is the second most popular planer for tourists so there must have been millions of tourists visiting when the plague broke out yet the robots have not been given the most basic way of checking if people are liable to infection.
We have a technology that can mess with time, teleport robots, have super computer interfaces but they can't make a robot that can move other than buy a constipated shuffle and, apparently when hit over the head with a piece of stretched canvas, stop working.
Oh yes, the sword, marvellous how it can cut through the metallic neck of a robot and who taught Amy ninja fighting techniques. Oh and who taught how to construst a sonic probe, even if the computer had told her how the hell did she physically construct it, must be a dab hand with a soldering iron.
Nice to see they had a hairdresser who does fugitives hair for free, 36 years and lovely clean hair, still the same length as it originally was.
Loved the magnifying glass thingy, hell of a power pack, it can see different time streams apparenly powered by a small battery, not much room for anything else in the handle (probably nuclear or dilithium crystals or something). Wasn't it also wonderful that a piece of alien technology the Doctor had never seen plugged stright into the Tardis which could then read it. The Gallifreyan USB must be a wonderful thing.