Anyone who thinks Angie should go home on the basis of one night should never comment on music again. If we had finalized the voting for last week, Candice could be going home. Is there anyone in the entire universe who thinks Candice should be going home now? GG.
I fell asleep the show's music was more boring than the elevator I rode in today.
Mariah is actually the voice of reason if you get past her "blathering." She saw the potential in Candice over a month ago. It was so wonderful to finally hear Harry call Randy out on his nonsense. Randy and Nicki just talk to talk. Keith is a little cheesy, but like Mariah, he hits on the technicalities. I'd love to see Harry, Keith, and Mariah on the pannel next year.
As for the girls, a clear winner emerged tonight (as if it wasn't already obvious): Candice. Angie and Amber should be next to go, but hopefully Angie first.
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I have read Bill Whiting's book "An Early Work Late In Life", and it did indeed scorch my heart and move my soul. Ms. Rafferty's review and interpretations about the book are spot-on. I had the opportunity to participate as a friend in Mr. Whiting's final approach to his publication and the concurrent debut at MAG's art opening in March of this year. It was a stunning constellation of fears, hopes and bewilderment at the power and responsibilities inherent in book publishing amid personal angst. But Bill has emerged unscathed and the stronger for his experience. It boggles the mind that, a short twelve months ago, this endeavor was not even on his radar screen. And I would bet my signed first edition that in April 2012, "Sunny Ducks" by Danny Allen was still deep in its Rumpelstiltskin slumber, safe in the archival tissue Bill had wrapped it in forty years ago, so dark the vault.
Clara being River and the Doctor's daughter is interesting, but I feel like that's too easy.
I also caught Christopher Eccelston's voice when that salvage crew member got shocked. My husband mentioned about the "Smiths" key that he thought he's called himself Smith once or twice in the past. Maybe to hide who he was for a purpose.
I think the feet we saw were the Doctor's. Maybe that's why he popped up so quickly.
I agree with Deb that I think the Doctor remembers the whole event because he kept asking Clara if she felt safe.
I believe the Big Bad this season is the great intelligence. He's been in two (maybe 3) eps this season. He also may have been the one that controlled, and subsequently exploded, the TARDIS during the Pandorica arc.
We're seeing some throwback to "The Silence will fall...question asked...Doctor who?" The Silence wanted to take the Doctor out to prevent him from revealing his name. Now that Clara knows it (albiet she was mind wiped, it could still be there), the Silence may come after her. There is also a plot line from a novel where the Daleks create a perfect companion for the Doctor to lure him into a trap. I believe the G.I. created Clara inorder to learn the Doctor's name.
We also know that River will return at some point this season.
L: I will have to rewatch the episode again, but I am almost positive that Clara did not tip over the bottle of Encyclopedia Gallifrey until AFTER she read the book. She knocked over the bottles while hiding from the monster. She was unaware of the bogeyman while reading the book (otherwise she wouldn't have been reading the book).
Deb: My reading of the Doctor's line about "Do you feel safe?" was not that he remembered the events of the episode, but that there was a kind of emotional echo -- that he knew he should be worrying about those issues, but didn't know why. I have absolutely nothing to base that on aside from a gut feeling and the way that changing time has been shown on this series before. Do I think that ultimately both the Doctor AND Clara will remember what went down this past episode? Yep. It all served the purpose of dramatic irony, letting the audience know that a) the Doctor is still completely freaked out by whatever Clara is and b) Clara really does not seem to know that she isn't what she seems. But for the next two episodes, before the finale, they can operate as though nothing has changed.
Michael: Nope, she really means art competition. Believe it or not, the modern Olympics indeed had artistic components for a few decades, and the winners were awarded medals, just like the athletes:
The bomb like device future Doctor gave to past Doctor disrupted the magnetic beam from the salvage ship - saving the Tardis. Also, I'm pretty sure the Doctor retained his memory of the event based on his, "do you feel safe?" questions.
I think the whole thing about the Doctor also trying to get Clara to like the Tardis is because she has been completely underwhelmed, unimpressed, and even mean to it right from the get-go. Chalking it up to the same way a boy would react when the new girlfriend hates his fancy vintage sports car that he spent so much time refurbishing and putting love/care into.
The only glaring thing here that really bothered me: he said the Tardis can't self destruct. It can, and it has - back in the episode where he blew it up to create a new sun. Also the Text of the book should not have been readable, you've got a really good lead there.
I seriously hope it's not River's daughter. But I'm beginning to wonder about the granddaughter comment he made in an earlier episode, plus the mention of the Time War here... Maybe hints that we will learn more about the Time War and his original family?
I 'd like to applaud the author of "It Came From the Vault" for her opinion that art was part of the '32 Olympics, but unfortunately the last sentence of the article should read "...back when the Olympic Games included a TENNIS [not ART] competition.
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No. Clara could understand it because of the Encyclopedia Gallifrey leaking.
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I think that Cara Could be Dr. Who child. Her mother would be River.
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In the books, Loras joins the King's Guard and hence not available to marry. I can't remember if marriage was discussed before his appointment.
Thanks for the review. I am looking forward to the Red Wedding. :-)
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