Everything’s so important and precise in Steven Moffat’s scripts. There are a couple of throwaway lines in the opening two-parter, which I thought were just a couple of funny gags but turn out to be one of the most important things that Amy’s ever said. And I didn’t know that at the time!

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Arthur Darvill interview with EW.com

What can you tell us about the upcoming season?

It’s going to be really scary…. And there are some great twists and turns. Steven Moffat [head writer and Doctor Who overlord] has written numerous cliffhangers that I think will just drive people absolutely insane. It’s just really exciting TV.

Mapping The Doctor and River’s Timelines (So far)
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im so so excited about the new season tomorrow, this timeline is just….awesome!

Mapping The Doctor and River’s Timelines (So far)

sleepysleepyy:

im so so excited about the new season tomorrow, this timeline is just….awesome!

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Gothamist interview with Steven Moffat, Executive Producer of Doctor Who

There was even one line in the first Sherlock, something about “What must it be like to see the world through your eyes” or something like that, that was echoed in one of your early Who scripts.
There are genre similarities in Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes, no question about it. The Doctor is Sherlock in space, and Sherlock Holmes is the Doctor on Baker Street. But, then you look at it a bit more closely, and Sherlock Holmes is cruel, lonely, loveless, and the Doctor is lovely and flopsy and embraces all the things that Sherlock runs away from.

Great great interview. Too much to pull just one quote. Go read it. Now. Thx. Bye.




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