Square12 wrote:Not worship as such or even necessarily, just some degree of awe some sort of wow factor.
Well I don't know. I'm sure there have been moments when she's expressed awe, but I don't quite understand why it's necessary for that to be a big part of how a companion is portrayed. I know that's been a big part of the portrayal of the previous post-2005 companions, but I'm not sure why it has
But if it doesn't work for you like this, that's fair enough.
Yes I know bbc budget is probably lower than that of Star Trek,
Just a bit
Especially since the budget cuts under the current government.
but I personally feel if you can't get it to look good think of a different way of presenting it.
Well, I'm glad they did it, even if it could have been done more slickly if they'd had more resources.
Classic Doctor Who was always about setting out to tell stories they didn't have anywhere near the budget for, but damn well doing it anyway.
I really loved the pre-credit sequence.
It was just so nice to see so much of the classic Doctors on screen in the 50th anniversary year.