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Dept. of Weariness

When You're as Old As I Am ...

... the act of sleeping  - active sleeping, as it were, sleeping for the pure joy of sleeping -  takes on its own delights. Which is why this is going to be an extra specially short post. 

Well, except to say that I've seen Doctor Who tonight, and I can say with certainty that a) I'm liking Twelve (and Capaldi) more, and more; b) I really like Maisie Williams; c) I like parts of The Woman Who Lived; and d) dear lord, I was exasperated at various notable other parts.

Yup. This was, for me, the weakest episode of what has otherwise been, again, for me, the strongest season in the last couple of years. 

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Oct. 25th, 2015 10:40 pm (UTC)
Sleep is a magnificent and oft poorly lauded thing, lol!!

I agree with this assessment. That being said, the last half of Season Seven and muchly of Season Eight is on my O_O list. (Season Seven mostly because I got all the 'but I don't want you to go!!' feelings...especially on such a poor note) but that being said, Season Nine definitely has it on the ball. This eppie was a stumble, but every season has one. At least we got it out of the way? :D

Oct. 27th, 2015 02:09 am (UTC)
Since Clara arrived, I've been on a steady journey of liking her more and more, but often the writing made it just a bit difficult.

And yes, I'm still in that weird fannish space (so very specific to Who fandom) of missing Matt and Eleven like bloody WHOAH, and still loving Capaldi.

I need to do some real reviews, don't I?
Oct. 27th, 2015 03:20 am (UTC)
This...all of it!

I would love reviews from you. You always have such a fascinating insight!


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