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  • #66474
    LionHeart564 @replies

    A ok episode, but like what a lot of people already said , it is underwhelming for final episode.

    #66029
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @thane16 happy birthday! 生日快乐🎂!

    #65982
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @pedant 

    Yes, TARDIS Crew didn’t dress up for the time period most of time in AG DW and never in the few BG DW episodes I have watched. I don’t know why people start complaining about it now.
    As for the episode itself I don’t anymore constructive to add besides I felt it was rushed in the beginning and the end but mostly good ,and Kine James is a joy to watch.

    #65825
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @thane16
    @miapatrick

    While I don’t understand how people in English world reference to the actors of the Doctor but in China DW fandom we either use Chinese nicknames based on the actor’s full name like “皮卡叔” for PC or just first name translate to Chinese like “马特” for MS. Because in China we don’t refer people just by their family name like westerners do. For JW we do just call her Chinese translated first name “茱蒂” or just Jodie,but most of time we just refer them by the doctor they play like “小10” for DT, “小11” for MS, “12叔” for PC and “13姨” for JW.

    #65768
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    Interesting perspective, alienation is also Marx’s critical point of capitalism. The system killing Kira show it doesn’t holds individual human life in very high regard and the female manager has to always remains herself they are people, not organics. The male manager doesn’t show respect to his human employees.All three of them are not evil but all of them do alienated people who work for them in versus degrees.

    Work in itself is a reward is something I have difficulty understanding. Work by definition is to through labor, physical or mental, to gain something you want or you need, it is a mean to an end. Sure you can enjoying working but if you doing something mostly fo the satisfaction of doing it than it is entertainment not work.

    I agreed with you about we should talk about whether work is necessary for people to survive in a civilized society. We are living in a time a society output more than humanly needs for survival. Is it necessary for people to work so they can have something to eat when there are people who never work a single second in any form but can eat a dinner worth a family yearly income?

    #65764
    LionHeart564 @replies

     most recent industrial revolution is in China; it’s noticeable how many agricultural workers were desperate to go to the terrible working conditions, long hours and separation from their families that was involved in factory work – because they were already working those kind of hours anyway, and the money was a lot better. China tried to control things with internal passports – didn’t work.

    @bluesqueakpip

    What you said is absolutely right. “农民工” “Farmer Worker”  exists not because agriculture is peaceful and boring, because it just can’t compete with industrial in gains and it is as hard as working in factory if not more.

    #65763
    LionHeart564 @replies

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I found the episode has made some people with left ant-capitalism political ideology quite disappointed, because we all know any big business corporations and any managements in it must be evil and don’t have any human decency whatsoever. How dare Doctor Who give us a corporate system that isn’t actively trying to harm people to make a profit. Maybe because it is more realistic than evil corporate use oxygen as payment for employee’s work.
    Kerblam! isn’t the best place for work because it doesn’t have any good work, all of it’s wotk is low skill and repeatedly. This kind of job is more suit for machine than it is for human. The episode itself have a fun inversion and execution is good but in ending the terrorism’gold is somewhat achieved and offered a wrong answer to the questions it tried to discuss. The problem isn’t the automation itself but the education system. We see there are actually human as management in the episode Dan the poster man said doing this for his child’s education so she wouldn’t end up like him. so we can assume any work that requires intelligent thinking and creative skills are still mostly owned by human and education isn’t easy accessible. In a world robot taking over low end jobs and without a good education to make sure most human keep up the skill level of course there will be mass underemployment. The episode tell us the let human do bad job instead machine doing it, which is intellectually lazy. The episode has a good idea but didn’t think it through.</p>

    #65566
    LionHeart564 @replies

    One very good episode, The best one of series 11 in my opinion. I have some limited knowledge of India partition, and this episode handled it very well. If show us the impact of partition on the normal ordinary people, turning friends and families into victims and perpetrators. Very powerful and emotional.

    Doctor’s speech about love and hope echo last episode. I think what I said about who 13 is as the Doctor in the post of last episode is valid.

    Good to see Yaz’s character being developed but I find it is difficult to let everyone of team teads feels involve in single episode so far.

    #65439
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick
    The medic was not weak or stupid of course. He putted the people on the ship before himself and call out The Doctor was doing other way around in the beginning. The father was a caring man who want to do right by his son. Android was a indeed brave and loyal. I am just being sarcasm.

    Not sure what do you mean by“Dhula”?

    About the general and android, ye a good point.Sci-fi stories about robot is always a good way to do a metaphor about race.It often come with a view that robot is not ‘us’, it is not a living being like us so it doesn’t deserve any kindness just like many old racism view of other people.I find that if robot is play a white actor or actress it often will have a very unnatural white skin colour to show they are not (white) human.

    #65436
    LionHeart564 @replies

    I am late to the party so it seems. When i watched the episode, I come with very low expectation because what I heard from other people’s comments. O were It surpasses my expectation. The pting is so cute I want one for a pet(if it doesn’t eat my house whole) but it have a creepiness to contras its cuteness. The CGI is good enough to not break me out of show.

    The some scenes do feel a little weird, like Yaz said something like something from her own experience, it looks like Chibnall fear we can understand the setting, maybe it is for children   to young to understand it.

    The plot is simply which seems like Chibnall’s style.out of one main plot and two sub plot , I think the pregnant man plot is good way to develop Ryan and Graham’s relationship and Ryan‘s own character. The brother and sister plot is good, Chibnall’s human character writing is good when it is good. The main plot is the weakest but it serves its purpose and it reminds me of Alien.

    Yaz’s character suffer from lack of focus, she serves the role of traditional AG Doctor Who female companion, not just for this episode, but the serie so far. We got to know her family, we will explore her personal history next episode, even with some hint of romantic subtext (though it is the lesbian kind now doctor is a woman, I am absolutely more than happy with it).just her lack of screen time cost her in a episode that is not focused on her.

    The Doctor of hope, not the Doctor of war. She is no longer destroyer of her own people, no longer is the one who can’t let go. After the time war she always thoughts she had failed her promise as the doctor, even question her own goodness. But no longer. She is the Doctor, try her best to fulfill her promise as the Doctor, a new beginning for her, a hope she had all the years ago rises again in her heart (or hearts). I think the Whittaker Doctor will be the Paragon Doctor , a doctor her promise herself to be , try her best to never be cruel and always be kind.

    @miapatrick

    Western sci-fi always had the tendency to have a very white future( and very little East Asian besides the 80’s cyberpunk future which Japanese business has taken over the world) which is don’t make sense unless something very horrible happened. Also if people want to complain about how white man is being depicted they can find some other “reason” like “All The White Man In The Episode Is Either Stupid OR Weak, WHITE GxxxxxxD!”

     

     

    #65367
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @idiotsavon

    Chinese form different regions also have small differences in appearance even for Han people. northern Chinese normally are higher and Chinese from southwest border provinces have darker skin.

    #65365
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    I won’t blame them since myself can’t tell one is Chinese or Korean or Japanese just by looking at the face.

    @pedant

    Thank you for your advice.

    And to your question.No,we don’t really do that. In most of our history,we don’t see others as our equal but one of three things, tributary starts, barbarians or imperialism invaders. So a equal -ish rivalry like England vs France or France vs Italian doesn’t exist in China. Plus we have enough old storys as idiom.

    #65357
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @craig
    @miapatrick

    I don’t know what happens but I think the post system is broken for me

    #65356
    LionHeart564 @replies

    <div class=”bbp-reply-author”><span class=”useratname”>@miapatrick </span></div>

    <div class=”bbp-reply-content”>The concept of different races did exist in the 12th century, though. The Moorish occupation of Spain and subsequent reconquest and the crusades fall into this time. I agree that this would mostly have concerned the upper classes.</div>

    <div>The term “race” is something hard to define. We use the term very loosely to describe a group of people of similar physical appearance, of same religion, of same culture.In the origin post I used race as to describe a group of people with similar physical appearance. Moorish is indeed have some physical appearance difference from christian Spanish but also they are more alike to each other in physical appearance then to Chinese or African. So where does the line drawn when difference is too great to be consider different race? I don’t know there is any clear and scientific definition of “Race”</div>
    <div>For people of that time, they don’t have the very concept of “Race”.Difference yes ,but not racial difference. If one is white but also a muslim,most christian european will just see this one as a muslim, not a white muslim.The whiteness has insufficient social meaning to be considered as defining trait of in this time period,it’s religion that most defining trait of a person.</div>
    <div>The idea of a entire people is inferior just by birth is not very popular in history before 18th century Europe. Bigoted views of other people of difference is very common, it can be found both in Ancient China or Ancient Greek but not in such way.I don’t think it is a coincidence that such idea come around the some time as the concept of race being created in Europe.</div>

    <div>Though it does bare repeating, the second episode did feature someone of asian decent using two white people as his own personal, disposable, real life video game characters.</div>

    <div>When I first watched the I didn’t noticed the Ilin (the game master) is played by a non-white acter (Art Malik) because he with makeout was similar enough to rest of the white case to my eyes even both of me and him are technically Asian(Chinese and Pakistani)</div>

    #65355
    LionHeart564 @replies

    <div class=”bbp-reply-author”><span class=”useratname”>@miapatrick </span></div>

    <div class=”bbp-reply-content”>The concept of different races did exist in the 12th century, though. The Moorish occupation of Spain and subsequent reconquest and the crusades fall into this time. I agree that this would mostly have concerned the upper classes.</div>

    <div>The term “race” is something hard to define. We use the term very loosely to describe a group of people of similar physical appearance, of same religion, of same culture.In the origin post I used race as to describe a group of people with similar physical appearance. Moorish is indeed have some physical appearance difference from christian spanish but also they are more alike to each other in physical appearance then to chinese or african. So where does the line drawn when difference is too great to be consider different race? I don’t know there is any clear and scientific definition of “Race”</div>
    <div>For people of that time, they don’t have the very concept of “Race”.Difference yes ,but not racial difference. If one is white but also a muslim,most christian european will just see this one as a muslim, not a white muslim.The whiteness has insufficient social meaning to be considered as defining trait of in this time period,it’s religion that most defining trait of a person.</div>
    <div>The idea of a entire people is inferior just by birth is not very popular in history before 18th century europe. Bigoted views of other people of difference is very common, it can be found both in Ancient China or Ancient Greek but not in such way.I don’t think it is a coincidence that such idea come around the some time as the concept of race being created in europe.</div>

    <div>Though it does bare repeating, the second episode did feature someone of asian decent using two white people as his own personal, disposable, real life video game characters.</div>

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    <div class=”bbp-pagination”> When I first watched the I didn’t noticed the Ilin (the game master) is played by a non-white acter (<b>Art Malik</b>) because he with makeout was similar enough to rest of the white case to my eyes even both of me and him are technically Asian(Chinese and Pakistani).</div>
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    #65350
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @pedant
    <p style=”text-align: left;”>I not sure I understand your meaning. Another similar phrase is 穿井得人(make a well and get a man), it origin is a story about a family made a well so it saved one man’ s workloads but after the story spread it become the family made a well and they dugs up another man.</p>

    #65349
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    I want to see racism being discussed on a more intellectual level. Racism isn’t something that comes out of nowhere. Any english in 12th century will not be a racism against african because most of them never met one.Thay will not have the concept of different race. If not for western nations’s rising power of 16th century to 19th century white peoples will be considered themselves as the superior race to every other human being. In 17th century western missionaries consider we Chinese as the more civilized people, even up to 18th century western countries like France still hold China in high regard. The Opium War changed that.

    Power and ignorance created racism, power can be taken by other if history or future has a different direction and all human are equally capable of  ignorance

    But of course considering the unfortunate implication it may be best just use green people and blue people to tell this kind of story

    #65347
    LionHeart564 @replies

     

    @mudlark

    Thank you for your insight. Our current system is that most of hospitals are technically public,either belongs to government or med school but it isn’t free.Our state health insurance is closed to nonexistent. It doesn’t have full cover of most of major health problems and most people don’t used it, they just pay it out their own pocket because of its almost comedic inefficient.

    @thane16

    Yes,we all agreed on that.No one should be left behind,every member of society deserve a decent life.but I want people to have the power of control instead the government waste it or just take it for it’s own pockets. what better way of taking control then give everyone their fair share directly, let the people have the freedom to dictate what they want to do.

    #65346
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @pedant

    悄声传信,direct translation will be “whispering   voice passing messages”

    #65324
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    The UK is about some size of a Chinese province, and our GDP per person is no far lower than yours, maybe your system works better for the UK . I have one family member who has brain cancer who has to borrowed money from other family members including my parents to paid for the treatment. Used all of his and his wife’s savings and still trying pay for the debt to this day .we all just thought they just unlucky.

    I sincerely hope your boyfriend will be better in the future

    #65320
    LionHeart564 @replies

    <span class=”useratname”>@miapatrick</span>

    And an unconditional basic income that could cover long term chronic illness doesn’t sound like a viable option. Both the income, and the subsidies for healthcare would be impractically high. I’m talking about years of therapies, operations, medications, related conditions occurring. we can barely afford our vet fees and our dog is very small.

    I actually never thought about it, maybe because our current system never cover it and we just think it as the norm because no one actually talks about it. Thank you for opening my eyes a little bit.

    competing, profit driven medical companies paid out of the public purse, the only profit could be money saved out of the budget.

    I mean public invest and owned but it is mostly independent financially takes both the cost and the profit. Like most state owned companies in China .

    #65318
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @thane16

    I am living in a “socialism” nation and it is broken promise. We tried the the communism and it failed so hard it costed millions of lives. Our economic success brought one billion people out of  poverty not because socialism but because we embraced our “worse enemy” the western capitalism and it’s market. Today our “socialism” government is a corrupt,  inefficient mass on a good day ,Down right oppressive on other days . I know your socialism is very different from my so I apologize if I said something that offered you.We don’t have the same life experience so our perspective of things will be very different. I actually agree with you on the point of society and education but disagree about government has the greatest power  within society

    #65315
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    Through my personal experience I found profits is the better driving force for providing good service then bureaucracy, of course it means people need to be able to afford to enjoy it. it so I want all people have Universa Basic Income unconditional.A well regulated public owned companies is still under public control with interest of public still being considered. It’s not something new in China,our public communication system is three state owned companies compete in a limited market. it do have some major  faults but just needs to be reformed.

    #65303
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @pedant

    I will argue that existence of God as a philosophical question can be only dealt with Reasoning.Faith is a personal experience and self-assurance therefore it’s isn’t universal, so it cannot be used as argument . A Christian’s faith is meaningless to a atheist who never had any religion beliefs. God as concept isn’t trademarked by religion believers.

    #65298
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @thane16

    If you define God as the Creator of Allthing and Everthing then God is a infinite loop because

    cosmological (Aquinas =everything has a beginning and everything has a cause [because there’s an effect]  )

    The First Cause must be the effect of itself

    &

    Intelligent Design

    God must be it’s own design

    so God need to create itself before God exist,so God must create God over and over and over and over and over to infinite times.

    So existence of Creator God cannot be established using rational argument because it is a paradox

    #65297
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @thane16

    If you define God as a Omniscient , Omnipotent and Omnibenevolence being like most of Abrahamic Religions then god is a self-contradiction. If it is Omniscient and Omnipotent then it cannot be Omnibenevolence Because There’s are sufferings which God can know it will happen, has the power to stop it before it happen and yet God didn’t stop it. That’s the Problem of Evil. If God is Omnibenevolence than cannot be Omniscient and Omnipotent because God either can’t know when, where and how sufferings will happen or just don’t have the power to stop it.

    If God isn’t Omniscient and Omnipotent,than what is the essentials make God God? What is the essential difference between God and A very powerful alien being like superman , the doctor or a very advanced future human?

    If God is Omnibenevolence , Omniscient and Omnipotent, Then why it causes all the sufferings which ain’t caused by human’s free will?So God must be Evil therefore It cannot be Omnibenevolence than what different God from Devil or that are just the some thing? If God is Evil why should we worship it as God?

    If God is Omniscient and Omnipotent and it want our worship, then why God dose not  just make us worship it?

    So existence of Omniscient, Omnipotent, Omnibenevolence God cannot be established using rational argument because it self-contradict with it’s own state essentials.

    Intelligent Design

    If life is Intelligent design then we are batter designers then said Intelligent, one good design clockwork can work longer then any life form,a human designed car can move faster than any life form and many other things that human designed works better than life itself in comparison and future human design has the potential to surpass life in every aspect.So if said Intelligent is God it surely isn’t Omniscient by any means.

    cosmological (Aquinas =everything has a beginning and everything has a cause [because there’s an effect]  )

    The First Cause can be anything, I can say it is a teapot and it still fits cosmological argument because it only argued for existence of The First Cause but not existence of God. If you apply Occam’s razor then The First Cause is the Big Bang end of story.

     

    #65295
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    They are profit driven but within limitations set by the government. companies owned by public can be profit driven, look up world 500 and if you see any Chinese company 9 out 10 it is state owned and regulated by government.

    #65292
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @miapatrick

    I just found out Malorie Blackman, the co-writer of Rosa, has written Nought & Crosses novel series, an alternative history in which African people had gained a technological and organisational advantage over the European people, rather than the other way around, with Africans having made Europeans their slaves. I think this is the kind of story about racism I was looking for, I would love to read it, and maybe Malorie Blackman can write something similar for Doctor Who

    #65289
    LionHeart564 @replies

    <p style=”text-align: left;”>@thane16</p>
    I believe in public school and hospital but I see without some sort of competition it just to ineffective. So a special market for only the public owned and regulated by government  education companies and health services companies that are accessible for every citizen with Universa Basic Income but still competing with each other

    #65277
    LionHeart564 @replies

    that Big Government is VERY important.

    Small government does not favour the middle income earners, those in marginalised groups in society or the low-income earners. Big Government and discussions around Federalism are best able to provide the best schools, health-care-systems, roads and highways, policing by actual police and Members of Parliament voted in by people who actually care about the politicians they vote in and vice versa.

    Living in a an authoritarianism nation has made me think somewhat poorly of Big government. I think a effective government takes care national defense and law enforcement, the school and health system is funded  by government but operate in competitive market will be the best way to do it, and government provide Universa Basic Income as the only social welfare. I don’t mind tex as long as it is being put into good use. Also it will be nice we can actually vote for our chosen politicians you know like a people’ republic

    #65271
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @nekrosys

    You should be more specific when Like TLJ spend entire sub plot to just to make a social commentary, main plot is illogical because resistance doesn’t act like a military organization should act. You see, it isn’t  hard to present a true agreement.

    #65267
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @swordwhale

    Three if you count dialect as one language (Said dialect can only be understood to people who speak it, even if people who speak Mandarin as their first language can’t understand it so I do consider it a unique language)

    I also learned some Kung-Fu but never get into it, hope you can do better then me 😉

    #65261
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @pedant

    despite the fact that Chinese workers on the railroads in the US were treated as if they were slaves and were subject to extreme racism, including at least one entirely race-based massacre

    I think one thing Is that I, by extend most of China national citizens, never have been in the receiving end of racism personally, because we’re the majority, we are in the dominating positions in our own society, especially for ethnic hun, so in a way we are the white in our own society, may of us even complain about our own vision of Affirmative Action.

    Also the we kind of felt disconnected for the Chinese immigrants because our struggles are very different,both in historically and personally level. Closest thing we had is western imperialism (which Britain is major part of )but that always is more national than racial and it’s old history for us own.Nowadays people either feel indifferent about it or nationalists who consider all the old western imperialism power besides US is just inferior compared to us now in terms of economic power and military power. Our most meaningful struggle is our wars with Japan which have some racial undertones in it but still overshadowed by national viewpoint.

    #65219
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @pedant

    But Doctor Who is a UK show sold (until now) to largely Western markets, where the primary privilege is held by white males, so it is bound to reflect and address that.

    Yes, you have a fair point. But it will be interesting if the show has a episode about an alternative history where social, political and economic privilege isn’t held by white but some other people due to some history being changed. I think it will make a good satire if done right.

    (also, this is a show that once used white actors in ‘yellowface’ to depict Chinese characters).

    I understand it’s offensive intellectually but don’t feel offended emotionally, it just feels ridiculous and funny. Distribution of social power can very influence how people perceive racism

    But that does not mean that it has to always do it obliquely or via metaphor. Sometimes an on-the-nose depiction is entirely appropriate.

    Yes, Doctor Who basically can tell any kind of story in all the space and time it wish to chose. It shouldn’t be set a limit on what kind of story it can’t tell or has to done it in a certain way.

    #65216
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @craig

    Thanks for the tip.(-😀

    #65209
    LionHeart564 @replies

    <span class=”useratname”>@craig</span>

    Thank you! I am new to this site so I still need to get a better understanding of how thing work around here

    #65204
    LionHeart564 @replies

    I hava a question. I posted a reply but after i edited it for some mistake it just disappeared,where can I find it or Do I have to repost it?

    #65174
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @thane16

    In the context of this episode, I do agree gun is not a very good way to deal with the spider. Only 2 people have experience with guy(3 if you count the Doctor) others I guess never touched a gun in their life before and one of them has motion disorder.

    I understand metaphors,but metaphors can’t take priorities over story itself.

    ps: I have a early post missing after I edit it can someone tell me where I can find it please

    #65169
    LionHeart564 @replies

    So @pedant

    Having said that, I am not entirely convinced that a show made in the UK by a British company is the best vehicle to explore racism in East Asia.

    I think there is some misunderstandings.what mean is that racism or sexism isn’t a white thing, it’s a human thing. I have seen very uncanny similarities between many Chinese And some westerners about their attitude towards things that thay consider “pc” like casting a woman doctor or the last episode “rosa” and that just some very recent examples from Chinese doctor who fandom. The real life examples will be very sick so I will not going be specify but let’s just say black people or muslins will find some Chinese are unpleasant in the same way that some western white people may have been and one particular orange man has many fans here despite our two nations are not in best tern of relationship

    What I want to say is that Doctor Who being a time travel sci-fi show has the potential to explore roots of racism, the ignorance and the fear of the “other”,the unwillingness to understand, the salf-importance given by long time social power. If Doctor Who want send a massage about racism are bad you should not be a racism and the white people should pay special attention to this massage, fair enough for the target audience but there’s more depth  the show can go.

    So there is hope for you: Chinese TV has bought the show up to season 15 (assuming it gets there). And you don’t need me to tell you that there are a LOT of potential viewers in China. So watch this space.

    I watched the first 3 episodes of series 11 on Youku, Chinese vision of YouTube, but this episode has been delayed for some reason so I have to download this episode. To be fair I paid the membership fees excepting I can watch the show in time. And yes Doctor Who is very popular in China for a western sci-fi show and I will even say it beats Star Trek in terms of fandom size

    #65143
    LionHeart564 @replies

    @kevinwho

    In an episode about racism, the villain as personified pretty well has to be white, and in 1955 Alabama, male.

    Racism isn’t a white only thing, I have seen a good number of racists in China, all of them are Chinese and many of them are woman which means racism are not unique to white or male. So yes you can do a episode about racism which the villain isn’t a white male or set in America south in the 50s.

    #65102
    LionHeart564 @replies

    comedy This episode’s plot had me very confused. First I personally disagree with the doctor stance on human killing spiders. I understand those spiders isn’t “evil” because they were just being animal without any intellect to understand the very concept of evil,but they’re still human killing spiders that can’t be reason with which definitely make them monsters. The Doctor in the past has no been this kind to monsters. She said it herself in the past, She is the one who fights the monsters. Maybe 13th just takes 12th’s last massage very very to the heart. Second I just can’t see how a slow death by suffocating is more humane than a quick death by gun shots.If the resonance was using guns will be tactical unwise then I will be fine with that. This just feel like the doctor’s moral compass is somewhere off, not using gun is more important then actually reducing suffering.

    So all in all I am not very pleased about this episode’s plot. But there is something I do like in this episode. The doctor’s friends and the doctor herself are great, especially the last scene where Yaz, Ryan and Graham told  the doctor they want to go with her and she use a  serious face when warned them about the dangers then become very cheerful once they showed still wanted go with her is very nicely done. It show everyone’s reasons wanted to travel with the doctor and the doctor’s growth after so many companions’ life got destroy because of her but her longing for company to coping with loneliness,even the first scene shows this very well. The comedy is not bad, particularly the part Yaz’s mom asked whether She and Doctor are seeing each other. I do hope Yaz is actually bi rather then just put   there for comedy. It will be nice to see a LGBTQ+ muslin woman being depict in main stream media.

    Ps: I am Chinese so English is not my first language, if you see anything wrong with my grammar I am sorry.

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