Hidden for those waiting patiently for BBC America to catch up. Alas, there is no reason for me to do so, for Cablevision deprives me of BBC America.
In no particular order.
I've seen what Moffat can do with storylines. Press Gang was my first introduction to him. I also watched Coupling before Doctor Who started up again and I know he can write interesting and diverse characters. So why does it feel like Amy = Reinette + Sally Sparrow. I hope this will change.
This is not to say that I didn't like Amy. Anyone who can first handcuff the Doctor and then catch his tie in a car door (and I suspect that's why he's now wearing a bowtie), gains major points from me. Shades of Sarah in The Time Warrior.
Unlike most people while I am lukewarm about the theme music, I like the new titles. But then I don't think there have been titles I haven't liked.
I fell in love with Matt Smith as the Doctor during that first interview when he started talking with his hands. I fell in love again when he was stopped by airport security for having a sonic screwdriver in his luggage. And when it came out that he wrote fanfic to get a handle on his character. So I was pretty much on the Matt Smith bandwagon, even before the episode aired.
That being said I loved David Tennant as the Doctor too, though I had issues with some of Rusty's choices. All of the Doctors who have played the Doctor are the Doctor to me while I'm watching them. Even Two.
Bouncing around the internet, I see people saying he's like Three or Eight or Six or all of them, and that is how it should be. "A man is the sum of his parts, a Time Lord even more so."
That being said, Three and Eight both got dressed in hospitals and both wore bow-ties. Coincidence?
I like that they picked up on something that was just hinted at in The End of Time - that there was a problem with time itself. I'm looking forward to seeing where that goes.
So far Steven Moffat has brought in
Is it next week yet?
*wanders off to work Eleven into the tardis_bigbang*