Father’s Day Commentary
Jack and I are pleased to bring you our commentary for Father’s Day. Be warned, this may be basically peak off-topic. I may need to change our brand after this. Still, if Jack and I talking about whatever amuses you, here’s some of it.
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Anthony D Herrera
December 8, 2016 @ 10:57 am
I like that you mention how the episode is about tactile contact with the past. I’ve always felt that the main difference between Davies’ and Moffat’s approaches to Doctor Who is that Moffat is Back To The Future and Davies is Peggy Sue Got Married where in Future the past is a problem to be solved and in Married the past is something to be felt and experienced.
Oh and keeping with the theme of off-topic I would like to take this time to mention that the 1993 Sharon Stone erotic thriller Sliver originally ended with a plane flying into a volcano.
December 8, 2016 @ 11:24 am
Sorry about there being no proper Jack-post today, but I’m busy busy busy at the mo.
December 10, 2016 @ 7:19 pm
It is interesting that you (quite correctly, I think) described the reoccurring car outside the church as the hand of Providence, when of course one of the main threads of the story is coping with the absence of any providential oversight in the cosmos, as the Time-Wyverns or whatever can only get in because of the lack of Timelord supervision. The story’s relationship with Christianity is quite fraught, I think, as the church maintains itself, not out of any inherent sanctity, but because of its age. There’s almost an admission there that the church lacks any genuine connection to a transcendent reality, but has only a borrowed numinous quality owing to its traditional stature. You could nearly do a death of God theological reading of this episode, in which the elimination of the transcendent axis allows the space of the church to focus on the genuine sanctity of human life and relationships. Yet, as you point out, the narrative still preserves this providential guiding hand underneath it all which offers Pete redemption through death. So it’s all rather messy, though in a terribly interesting way, I think.
December 10, 2016 @ 7:20 pm
To sum up: Paul Cornell – Strangely Christian.
January 16, 2017 @ 5:06 pm
OMG I forgot about it..guess working for http://hireessaywriter.org gets the best of me..still it’s never too later to say thanks to your parents for giving a birth to you and spending a great deal of efforts of bring you up, does it??
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