Once I’ve stopped hyperventilating, we’ll talk about that series finale!

That’s better. Now, there’s a lot to unpack in this episode and for that you can see our review of ‘The Doctor Falls’ here. But we want to know what you think. So, for the last time this side of Christmas, let’s fall into Twitter and see what you all stood for.

Nick Briggs invades the BBC continuity announcer booth…

Old Mondasian had a farm…

Back at the machine wars, the music got some motors running…

As did the Mr and Mrs Master’s new toys…

But nobody liked them picking on poor Nardy…

Meanwhile, the old Cybermen have learnt a new trick.

Back on the farm, people were confused by Bill’s sudden rehumanisation.

But soon everyone got the picture…

While The Master had a laser screwdriver in his pocket…

Or is that just his guyliner?

But even the questionable day-for-night filming…

Didn’t diminish the best Capaldi speech ever!

https://twitter.com/AsTheSnowFalls2/status/881432625000443908

Or Matt Lucas’ farewells…

Or the mutual Master backstabbings.

Let Cybermen battle commence!

A lone Cyberman emerges through the rubble.

And is greeted by an old friend.

Time for the Doctor Thirteen? Well, not quite.

A familiar voice calls out to the Twelfth Doctor…

So it’s safe to say ‘The Doctor Falls’ lived up to the hype.

We’ll be back at Christmas with Twitter reactions to the Christmas special. But, for now, I’ll leave you with the meatspace reactions I captured of the David Bradley reveal.

https://twitter.com/MatGreenfield/status/881221629929562118

2 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks everyone for loving the show I watched from day one. My Dad worked on it, and later so did I. It has made me who I am. What a privilege to have TV shows like this for over 50 years ! This is modern culture at it’s very best. High art – yes, I truly mean that. Orchestral music. Philosophical depth, majestic performances, tragedy, comedy, horror, mystery and scientific fact mixed in with great story telling. The Greeks would be proud, as would Shakespeare, possibly Shostakovich too. Bravo Steven Moffat. Bravo Murry Gold ! Bravo Peter Capaldi – Bravo everyone.

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