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THE ONLINE DOCTOR WHO FAN COMMUNITY GIVE THEIR VERDICTS ON THEIR FAVOURITE EPISODES.

DIANA AHMED OSAVLYUK - FAVOURITE EPISODE: BLINK (2007) "Blink was so good. It was seriously creepy, especially when that guy blinked and found that the statue was directly in front of his face with its mouth wide open. It was a really well thought out plot too".

FLACCUS - FAVOURITE EPISODE: THE GIRL IN THE FIREPLACE (2006) "Probably one of my favourite episodes. Let down a wee bit by the Doctor's sudden ability to 'mind-meld', which didn't really seem to have a precedent. Loved the perfect mix of humour, action and the clever clocks ticking thing".

KATKIM - FAVOURITE EPISODE: MIDNIGHT (2008) "Tight plot, writing and great acting. Lesley Sharpe and David Tennant's acting were just superb, and I wasn't expecting it to be the people on the bus as the Big Bad. It was a nice surprise. I thought it was more effective than any monster could have been."

MOLLY - FAVOURITE EPISODE: THE WATERS OF MARS (2009) "A brilliant episode, David Tennant at his best, I felt for him. Just think of what he's been through over the past few years, what with Donna and Rose. He's going to go out with a bang that's for sure. I will really miss David, Matt has got a tough act to follow."

KATE KOTLER - FAVOURITE EPISODE: FATHER'S DAY (2005) "All of Series 1 is outstanding but Father's Day stands out as one particularly poignant episode. We learn that Rose's father was killed when she was an infant and her mother, Jackie, left to raise Rose on her own. We learn the consequences of changing the space/time continuum and that Pete Tyler is a hero".

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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Western Mail (Cardiff, Wales)
Date:Jun 23, 2010
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