I’ve really enjoyed this series of Doctor Who. Here is a breakdown of themes from each episode:
Episode 1 – Spyfall, Part 1
The Doctor considers her new travel companions her ‘fam’.
Things can get into the TARDIS. More worrying the Doctor has no idea how they managed it.
Even the Doctor doesn’t know everything.
The Doctor lived in the outback for 123 years.
The Doctor is really hard to get rid of, even bullets don’t deter her.
There are times when the Doctor doesn’t know what to do.
Episode 2 – Spyfall, Part 2
The Doctor hates being in people’s Livers.
Where there is risk there is hope.
Dark times never sustain, even though at times it feels like it might.
The Doctor’s species are telepathic.
The Doctor loves a laminator.
The fascists never win. As long as there are good people willing to fight against them.
Episode 3 – Orphan
Holiday’s with the Doctor are never what people expect.
Never mind money when someone’s life is at stake.
Global Warming could end up in catastrophe.
People can be smart and change.
The future depends on billions of actions and people stepping up.
Episode 4 – Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror
The Doctor sometimes feels out of place.
Changing the world takes time, patience is needed.
Tesla and Edison were competitors.
Scorpions are bad.
Episode 5 – Fugitive of the Judoon
The Doctor is in search of the Master. She goes home looking for him.
Judoon are trigger-happy Police for hire.
Captain Jack is back! Captain Jack Harkness, played by John Barrowman.
Jack’s message to the Doctor: Be ware of the lone Cyberman. Don’t give it what it wants.
Time is swirling around the Doctor. Something is coming for her, she can feel it.
The Doctor has lived for thousands of years.
Episode 6 – Praxeus
The Doctor has to work out the connections between a missing submarine, a missing astronaut, birds going haywire and alien tech, but to start with she can’t see the connections. Although she has ruled out the talking cat – LOL.
Yaz has got brave, or foolish, you decide.
Being married to an astronaut is impressive and amazing. But it can be hard to be married to someone like that, as it can cause massive insecurity.
It was so nice to see a gay couple kiss and express their love for one another on TV.
Episode 7 – Can You Hear Me?
The TARDIS has a database of all living things, past, present and future.
Everyone has fears, doubts and nightmares.
The Doctor is good at escaping.
Humans are magnificent.
Episode 8 – The Haunting of Villa Diodati
Nobody should interfere with the future.
The Doctor gets ‘vibes.’
Episode 9 – Ascension of the Cybermen
Cybermen suppress their emotions, are allergic to gold and can be held off by force fields.
The Doctor cares.
Doctor used to hot wire warp drives for fun.
Episode 10 – The Timeless Children
The Master really is an insane genocidal maniac.
The Doctor is not above asking the Master to help her friends, even though she knows he will say no.
Paralysis-fields are a thing.
Death particles are a thing.
This episode gives the history of The Doctor’s race with regards to the unique regeneration ability.
People need The Doctor.
The is now a spare TARDIS.
If every episode had been like the last episode the series would have been fantastic. But sadly it wasn’t. There were too many eh episodes.
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