On June 4th, the BBC aired the seventh episode of Doctor Who series six, "A Good Man Goes to War." It was part one of a two parter, the last episode before the show goes on a mid-season hiatus. The second half of the two parter (and series six) is set to air in September. (And that episode is entitled "Let's Kill Hitler," so it's bound to be full of laughs.)
After the jump, Francene has some thoughts on the "A Good Man Goes to War." Obviously it is spoilery if you haven't seen the episode.
I have had a problem this season with them using the Amy opening, it has been driving me crazy.
A lot of people have likened this incarnation as Cat in the Hat meets Dr Who, and I can see that, especially the focus on him being Amy's imaginary pal. I found this finale to be more confusing than anything. It reminds me of the Dallas finale where Bobby is alive and it was all just a dream.
The real Amy was somewhere else? Come on. Does this negate the whole thing? Please kill Rory for good, as is the rumor, because we now have too many characters in the soup. A new companion is in order.
Eh, whatever, I dont really watch it or anything. :)