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Two cheers (3)

I agree that there wasnt much sense of urgency, and plot played its fiddle very quietly here.

Really, I think the new style doctor who is far too fluffy, frothy and ultimately unsatisfying. Most of the episodes are single shot affairs, with coffee table magazine depth. Too often visual bravado is an end in itself (Scottish Kung fu monks in bullet time, anyone?) and not tied into the setting or theme. I'd give it 8/10 for wit, fun and accessibility, but 3/10 for scifi kudos & Dr Who feel.

Anyone else think this?  Mail-me 

BTW, I think the fat comedian was Peter Kay.

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