Tagged Toshiko Sato

Something Borrowed: Reviewed

After the shock and angst of the last few episodes, Torchwood returns to camp melodrama in Something Borrowed, as Gwen finds herself heavily pregnant on her wedding day. Explaining this away will take a bit of time, but suffice to say that there was an alien intervention, and Gwen’s very attractive bump was caused not…

Dead Man Walking Reviewed

The insane conclusion to Reset saw something terrible happen; Owen was shot dead, by Jim Robinson from Neighbours. Cue lots of black humour and interesting references to the past in yet another Torchwood hit that depends on events from the past affecting our heroes in the present. In fact only one decent episode of Torchwood…

Reset Reviewed

Oh Martha, Martha, where have you been? Evidently back to university to finish her degree. She’s a qualified medic now, and has been seconded to UNIT upon a recommendation from a very high authority… As such, erstwhile companion Captain Jack Harkness has called on her to take advantage of her expertise with a string of…

Adam Reviewed

This – I’m more relieved to say than I expected – is when Torchwood Series 2 came into its own. With a new member of the team in place – for seems like forever – Jack, Ianto and Gwen seem to be loving life. Toshiko, meanwhile, is in love with blond team member Adam, while…

Torchwood: Meat Reviewed

With attention fully shifted back to the present day, Meat sees the clever integration of Rhys (Kai Owen) into Gwen and Torchwood’s world. He’s the manager of a haulage firm, and one of their meat carrying lorries has overturned; however it is in fact alien flesh, and Rhys – called to the scene of the…

Torchwood: To the Last Man

You may remember Torchwood’s original run had three standout episodes – Small Worlds which featured scenes of Jack in World War One; Out of Time which saw Owen fall in love with a strong willed female pilot from the 1950s; Captain Jack Harkness, in which Jack got the hots for the man whose identity he…

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