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3Novices : Doctor Who: The Best Episodes From The Steven Moffat Era

Before he became Doctor Who‘s showrunner, Steven Moffat was a fan-favorite guest writer responsible for early episodes like “Blink,” which introduced the Weeping Angels; the two-part “The Empty Child” and “The Doctor Dances,” which gave the world Captain Jack Harkness; and the two-part “Silence In the Library” and “Forest of the Dead,” which marked the debut of River Song. His scripts are characterized by fast-paced, witty dialogue, masterful twists and turns, and slow-burn mysteries and story arcs that take entire seasons to play out (sometimes more). He also found his perfect muse in the manically energetic Matt Smith, aka the 11th Doctor.

That said, Mr. …

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