Flesh and Stone

Flesh and Stone

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Flesh and Stone

Season 5, Episode 5
Airdate: 31 April 2010
Writer: Steven Moffat
Director: Adam Smith
Notable for: The much-discussed ‘romantic’ ending.

Flesh and Stone – Fan Trailer

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The Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone – True Colours, by Cyndi Lauper

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Flesh and Stone Review

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Last week’s fantastic opener to this two-parter brought us an even scarier interpretation of the Weeping Angels (if that’s possible!) and more layers of mystery to the story of River Song’s relationship with the Doctor. Who or WHAT is River Song? Can The Doctor trust her? How the heck will they escape from certain death trapped in the Maze of The Dead surrounded by Angels on all sides?

…Flesh and Stone has all the hallmarks of becoming one of tomorrow’s all time classic stories – memorable quotes and monsters, outstanding performances from regulars and supporting cast, introducing as many mysteries as it solves and adding substantially to the overall Whoniverse. – Kasterborous

Doctor Who: Flesh and Stone Review

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Steven Moffat, you bastard. How dare you break the first rule of Doctor Who? The one that explicitly states the second half of a two-parter must, invariably, be inferior to the first. And, how dare you break it when the first half, in this case last week’s ‘The Time of Angels’, was one of the finest episodes of Doctor Who since the series made a comeback in 2005? Well, anyway, we kind of wish we hadn’t been so generous with the score last time around. Unless we could actually get away with turning things up to 11…

Oh and Amy’s hilarious, amorous advances to a horrified Doctor at the end of the episode? That’s how you piss off an entire legion of smug Russell T Davies-haters convinced Moffat would never stoop so low and set this current Doctor’s stance on inter-species sex firmly in stone. Now, we’ve got six-weeks of non-Moffat Who to come. Do we think this two-parter will be topped? We’ve absolutely no idea but, tell you what, we can’t wait to find out. – IGN

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