Message from discussion Alternative Ending
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In article <g6hes.292481$Kc7.131...@fx20.am4>,
Stephen Wilson <stephen.wilson2004nos...@ntlworld.com> wrote:
>"The Doctor" <doc...@doctor.nl2k.ab.ca> wrote in message
>> In article <1330700729371745646.865089bclark-es.co...@free.teranews.com>,
>> Brian <bcl...@es.co.nz> wrote:
>>>"Charles E. Hardwidge" <nos...@nospam.invalid> wrote:
>>>> Personally, I agree with the author of this article. The end to the Pond
>>>> saga was abrupt and would have benefited from a better closing *and*
>>>> Editing some of the fat off the story would've provided ample space for
>>>> this alternative ending and I don't agree with one of the commentators
>>>> that it was overwrought like the endings RTD became notorious for.
>>>> Does Moffat need an editor, or is this proof you can polish a turd?
>>>If something suddenly unexpected happens then you are likely to remember
>>>it more than some planned action. The emotion the scene needed was there
>>>so many will remember how the doctor felt after losing both companions.
>> Recall Moffat is a BAFTA winning writer.
I think that's a typo and meant tosay: "Recall Moffat is a Baffler Award
winning writer. ;-)