The Doctor falls, then rises. Then falls again! What did you think of ‘Twice Upon a Time’?

You can read our review here, but we also want to know what you think. So we’ve hunted down your funniest, cleverest and most insightful reactions from Twitter.

The Reactions

Clips from ‘The Tenth Planet’ to set the stage got some old school Whovians teary-eyed…

Transitioning into the scene recreations with a new cast…

And this is where we came in…

People seemed to like David Bradley as the First Doctor…

https://twitter.com/briannalagunaaa/status/945593292296568832

Even if they weren’t entirely sold on how he was characterised…

And a few were missing that crucial component of Hartnell’s era…

There was a lot of love for Mark Gatiss as the Captain…

Especially once we knew who he really was…

No! Not him…

Enter Bill…

And how could we forget the Doctor’s final goodbyes?

One last Capaldi speech before we say goodbye…

And the moment you’ve been waiting for…

Welcome to the Whoniverse, Doctor 13!

What else can you say? Except…
INTRODUCING JODIE WHITTAKER AS THE DOCTOR
INTRODUCING JODIE WHITTAKER AS THE DOCTOR

3 COMMENTS

  1. I loved it apart from The First Doctor. He’s my favourite alongside Twelve so this should have been the perfect match (apart from having the original actor anyway). But my god did Moffat completely butcher the First Doctor. Despite him being a favourite, I willingly admit he wasn’t a perfect PC role model. But thinking the women should clean the TARDIS? Making that awful joke about women being made of glass? It’s obvious Moffat hasn’t actually watched the First Doctor stories. He’s just going on hazy and incorrect memories that general populace somehow mistake for truth. On that note, I bet he believes The Sixth Doctor pushed two people into an acid bath.

  2. Now that Capaldi’s dramas come to a close, Steven Moffat omitted a very important item of explanation. He never explained how the 12th Doctor appeared in the the 50th anniversary show. He knew he had to explain and he blew it. Otherwise the show was good and showed that a villain is not an absolute necessity. I will miss Capaldi tremendously. I rank him up there with Tom Baker and David Tennant.

    • I understand the frustration but I don’t think we necessarily need every single thing answered. In some ways it’s more fun to make up the story behind that ourselves.

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