Concerning The Power of Three.
Bea: You never know…after that one kiss…Steven, are you gearing up for a girl as the Doctor?
Bea: I’m having a hard time believing that Amy and Rory are considering giving him up. It’s not just about the adventures. It’s a completely different kind of relationship than the other companions have had with the Doctor. He’s their son-in-law, after all.
Bea: I enjoyed the combination of classic and modern Who elements. The portal in the lift, the speech about the greatness of humanity, the alien species wanting to eliminate mankind for apparently little reason…all a throwback to the old Doctor days, but the cubes, the energy, the pacing were all very much in line with where the Doctor is now. I do think that there were some key plot points that were a little bit lacking. I mean, that little girl was super easy to shut down. What did she even do? Decide who the cube faces were stealing? Did no one at the hospital notice that she was pretty much always in the same place? She was a little girl…with no parents around…no one asked her why she was there? And the cube faces…did they get blown up too? What about all the other portals on the earth…did they also have cube faces working with them? And if the emperor guy was just a hologram, where is the real one? Are they going to go after him? Is he just supposed to give up? It seemed a little too easy to defeat them. Don’t get me wrong, I liked the episode, it was fun, but I’m kind of hoping that this will continue throughout the series. There are too many questions that just don’t have answers
Dave: So if the next episode is supposed to be the last one for the Ponds. I wonder if the Ponds are going to be sent back in time by the Angels? And Brian has to wait for their return? I could see a ton of stuff happening with that. But… Steven you better not kill them off. I mean how would the Doctor handle losing more than just a companion but a family?