We recorded this without subtitles, which was a mistake. Now, we have to wait until Friday to find out what it's all about because none of us can tell what they're saying. Ever since Matt Smith started as Dr Who, the sound quality has been bad. The actors don't pay attention to their diction, there is too much background noise and in some cases sound echoes from the set. People who have perfect hearing probably think it's fine but I think the BBC should sack the sound engineers.
Not just us then. We always have the subtitles on for any drama, soaps etc. No problems at all with documentaries so it can't be our hearing. That's one of the things I like about Star Trek. I never have any problems at all understanding the dialogue. The grammar is usually good as well.
I don't get the hate for this ep (except for the difficulty in hearing the dialogue at times). I rather liked it.
Well, I liked the premises of the TARDIS being considered junk, but I thought it was weird the Dr. was outside whilst Clara was inside. I can live with that however, but I just expected something more exciting when going to the heart of the Tardis as the episode is called. I see a gigantic library, and there is an interesting book, but we as viewers learn nothing from it. Clara does, but she forgets. Also, it didn't really influence her behaviour. I loved finally seeing that pool, that was funny, but the zombies were just really weird. The time rift thingie just.... I don't know... irksome. Been there, done that. The whole maze inside the Tardis: been there, done that. For me it just missed the magic that is Dr. Who.
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