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Moffat: Episode 1 is a Belter

Looks like Season 32/Series 6 or was it 2/Series Bob, or whatever it is we’re calling it these days, will start things off with a bang! At least according to The Grand Moff/Head Writer/Executive Producer/Showrunner, or whatever it is we’re calling him these days: Steven Moffat, that is.

After his initial reaction to seeing a nearly completed version of episode one/the as yet untitled first episode/Story Number 218, or whatever it is we’re… oh you get the point by now… Steven commented/tweeted:

“In Cardiff and just saw the (very nearly) complete ep 1 of Who. Could be biased but I think it’s a belter.”

Now, I don’t know about you, but if the guy who wrote the story is that excited after seeing an unfinished edit, then I can only imagine how the rest of us are going to feel watching in total surprise when the finished product airs this April!

After his last belter of a season opener, The Eleventh Hour, left us in awe it’s not a giant leap to assume we’re in for quite a ride with this year’s. And seeing as the word is that this Series/Season/Who-topia… oh I give up… is supposed to open with a two-parter, it’s saying quite a lot about just half of the story to call it a ‘Belter’. Bring it on Moffat!



Brian A Terranova

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Doctor Who and me go way back. I first discovered it on my local PBS Station WHYY in the suburbs outside Philadelphia when I was a young kid; though I am uncertain of the exact age.


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