Usually the first to tear apart a Doctor who with lacklustre writing and mediocre plot, on Saturday it all passed me by as we geared up to say goodnight to the Ponds.
The Doctor wears a fez well, but he rocks a stetson. And that was reason enough to film A Town Called Mercy, even if the story was thin on the ground.
As mentioned last week, we were pretty excited about episode 2 for the sheer silliness of the title. And the episode itself was, well, sheer silliness. Which was great.
The Doctor is back and series 7’s opener played quite an intriguing extension of a foe that’s lost a lot of its bite: an asylum full of the creatures that not even the regular Dalek’s like.
It’s episode 3 and finally we’ve hit danger and romance! Read our thoughts on Hit and Miss Episode 3 here.
Great clothes, identity issues & a cross-dressing child (inappropriate?) – Hit and Miss picks up the pace in episode two.
Our very own series blog of Sky Atlantic’s new show Hit and Miss. As we were introduced to transgender hit girl Mia, our burning question was how did she get the blood out of those silk blouses