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The Angels Take Manhattan

  1. Cute Coincidence of the Day: Real Life Painting From the Past Looks a Lot Like Amy and Rory

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Above the cut, all I'm going to say is that this is a painting from the career of Raphael Soyer, of an auburn-haired woman and her lanky, big-haired male companion. Doesn't it kind of look like Amy and Rory? Behind the jump, I'm going to go into some of the weird coincidences between the life of Raphael Soyer, his usual choice of subject matter, and the events of The Angels Take Manhattan. So, you know, spoilers.

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  2. 4-Year-Old Lindalee Rose Is Back To Review Doctor Who’s Midseason Finale

    Meddling Kids

    Adorable little Lindalee Rose, our newest Doctor Who fan, has returned to give her recap of the midseason finale. We previously posted her reviews of the first three episodes and then last week's "The Power of Three." You may have already read my review of "The Angels Take Manhattan," but I'll just say Lindalee seems to have a better handle on it than most of us. But that may be because she skims over the wibbly-wobbly bits. So, was she scared of the Weeping Angels? Did she cry at all? Watch and find out! Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  3. Review: Amy & Rory’s Last Episode Of Doctor Who & Season 7 So Far

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    I feel like we've been talking about it for ages but last night it finally happened - Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill played out their last episode of Doctor Who as Amy and Rory. Some might say it was emotional, some might say it was scary. My view? I'd say it falls somewhere in the realm of disappointing. A spoiler-filled review of "The Angels Take Manhattan" after the jump. 

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  4. This Clip From Doctor Who’s Next Episode Features Creepy Manhattan Residents

    Meanwhile...

    Some of you may not be scared of the Weeping Angels anymore but I sure as hell am so this preview clip from this weekend's Doctor Who episode, "The Angels Take Manhattan," has me squirming in my seat. Unrelated, is that the best Brooklyn accent they could muster? (via BBC)

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  5. The Ponds Take Manhattan In The Latest Doctor Who Photo Set

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    I'll admit, "The Angels Take Manhattan" has snuck up on me like...well, like a Weeping Angel. For some reason, my mind kept telling me that the Pond's last episode wasn't until the very end of Season 7 but here we are. Saturday will bring together the whole family one last time for a interesting trip to New York City. We've gathered together the least spoilery shots the BBC has released for your viewing pleasure. In fact, our gallery doesn't include any stills of River or the Angels (besides the one above) at all. Take a look at the Doctor, Amy, and Rory in New York. (via Doctor Who TV)

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  6. Doctor Who Series 7 In Posters

    Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey Stuff

    Okay, so Doctor Who finally returns tonight with "Asylum of the Daleks" (or, by the time this post goes it, it will already have returned in Great Britain and other areas in that time zone), but don't forget: we get four more episodes after that, before waiting another three months for the Christmas special. The BBC have helpfully created gorgeous feature film-style posters for each of the episodes.

    Come check them out, and if you've seen the show already, start anticipating next week's episode: Dinosaurs on a Spaceship.

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  7. The Mary Sue Interviews Caroline Skinner of Doctor Who

    Interview

    The modern era of BBC's Doctor Who has been lucky to have some fantastic Executive Producers in its time. There was Russell T. Davies of course, Julie Gardner, Phil Collinson, Piers Wenger, and most recently, Steven Moffat. But new to the ranks for Season 7 is Caroline Skinner, who just happened to also be an Executive Producer on Masterpiece's The Ruby in the Smoke starring Doctor Who's Matt Smith and Billie Piper. Familiarities aside, Skinner has a big job ahead of her but is up to the task. She's a life-long Whovian and thinks Season 7 will be the best yet. Read on to hear what she had to tell us in our recent interview session and check out our chat with star Karen Gillan if you haven't already! 

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