Saturday, April 23, 2011

Doctor Who Season 6 Premiere Review & Discussion

Doctor Who’ has returned for another year of adventures, but who (or what) will be able to save the Doctor this time? Join as we review and discuss the ‘Doctor Who’ season 6 premiere, ‘The Impossible Astronaut.’
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Fear not – the Doctor has returned! After many months of waiting, Doctor Who season 6 has officially begun.
With Amy (Karen Gillan), Rory (Arthur Darvill) and the always elusive Dr. River Song (Alex Kingston) on his side, the Doctor is ready to take on the world – or so we hope. In tonight’s Doctor Who season 6 premiere, entitled “The Impossible Astronaut,” the Doctor may have met his match.

When President Nixon begins to receive calls from a mysterious child, the Doctor (Matt Smith) investigates what preternatural being could be causing this telephonic abnormality. But, is the Doctor in over his head? Could certain events bring about the end of the Doctor?
The Impossible Astronaut episode description:
The Doctor is back in the biggest, most mind-blowing series opener ever. Amy, Rory and River also return for an adventure that combines humour, shocks for our heroes and one of the creepiest creatures they’ve ever encountered…  The Doctor is engaged on quest that takes him from the visually stunning Utah desert to the White House where he’s enlisted by President Nixon himself to assist enigmatic former-FBI agent Canto(Mark Sheppard). His mission – save a terrified little girl from a mysterious spaceman.  Prepare for the return of the galaxy’s greatest hero.
Prepare for excitement. And prepare – if you can – for the Silence…
As you can see, the review has not been posted yet. While we strive to provide you with the reviews in advance, sometimes it’s not possible. Don’t worry, a review will be posted after Doctor Who has aired. Until then, if you’ve seen the Doctor Who season 6 premiere, feel free to start the discussion below.

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