London 1941! There’s a war on, there’s a con on, and someone’s looking for his mum. With these stories, the Moff arrives in signature Moff style with commonplace items turned scary, a deeply emotional family story, and an answer telegraphed well ahead of time. Plus, we get the introduction of Captain Jack!
John & Taylor start to add to their collection of 9th Doctor reviews by adding the quite enjoyable duo of The Empty Child & The Doctor Dances! A classic tale of spooky stuff from the Moff with a touching family tale within. And, could this possibly be the happiest ending of any Doctor Who story?
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