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Two cheers (2)

Rushed, implausible & unsatisfactory 3rd acts
No real regard for sci fi
far too variable, jarring mixing of tone - the humour & irony often collapse the drama and ruin the pace
Utterly parochial - our central character can go anywhere in the universe in any epoch, yet he always homes in on some chemical plant in Docklands! Seems like we're always in London or the UK.
Soapy - can we have an episode without Rose's Mum/Dad/boyfriend/dog ? Theyre all great but not all the time.
This tardis dweller is way too contemporary. Looks & feels like a Cambridge drop out, yet he's supposed to be alien, dammit! None of his off world attitudes come through.

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