- Anonymous said:"I am inclined to read the monsters in Listen as real" I think the point of the episode was that the idea of "a perfect hider" was just part of the Doctor, Orson and Rupert's paranoia and of their fear of being alone. Maybe there was a perfect hider, or maybe it was the Doctor who wrote Listen, there was just another child under the cover, there was nothing behind the door and the Doctor was just hit by a flying object. The only monster is loneliness, that's why "fear makes companion of us all"
Nah, I think the point is that it doesn’t matter if the monster is real or not.
While I’m having Moffat love feelings over Listen, I figure I’d make mention that I have a list of Pro-Moffat blogs again - X - If you would...
No, he doesn’t look tired.
- Anonymous said:um why are you defending Listen so much? Moffat made a mockery of the doctor and insulted canon with that ending. The show is called Doctor WHO for a reason. We're losing all the mystery surrounding the show which is meant to be there. We don't want to be shown the rest of the TARDIS interior, we don't want to see the inside of a dalek and more than anything we don't want to see the doctor as a child, or see the time war e.t.c...what he did to the canon here is something i can not forgive!
Well okay, but you do realise your entire argument here is literally'I don't want any characters, creatures, or locations in this show to be...