The Doctor and gang go back to 1816 to visit Lord Byron and other writers to witness the start of Frankenstein. But things take a turn for the strange with the house starts to rearrange itself and strange visions start to appear.
TheSuffolkRam takes a cautious approach to discuss this last episode before the season two-parter trying desperately to avoid spoilers.
In this episode, The Doctor and gang split up with her companions meeting up with some friends and family, and the Doctor takes a trip to 14th Century Aleppo. They soon find themselves taking on one of the Doctor’s most powerful enemies yet.
Hi guys, welcome to TheSuffolkRam and Middlemeister midseason review of Doctor Who Season 12. Full spoiler warning, we will not be holding back and revealing all the big secrets.
We Discuss and pass commentary on the first half of the season looking at the opening story, Spyfall parts 1 and 2, and discussing the shock return of the Master, and how the number of companions is both a hindrance and a help.
Then moving onto Orphan 55, the low point of the season with its overly fast-paced plot, contradicting character development, and strange costume choices.
Next up is Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror, An improvement but some odd plot choices. We talk about episodes featuring historical characters and how they are dealt with.
Finally, we get to Fugitive of the Jadoon, the amazing episode with all the plots twist, Captain Jack, Ruth the Doctor and the coming back of the cyberman.
We also give our thoughts, views, and predictions for the rest of the season. Plus a discussion on Doctor Who in general since its return in 2005.