Jodie Whittaker’s final story as the Doctor recently completed so Kneel Before Pod put together a discussion about “Power of the Doctor”. The conversation covers Master plans, companion relationships and if the silliness has a place.
“The Power of the Doctor”
Doctor Who ends another era with an onslaught of problems needing solutions and an affirmation of the impact the Doctor has on those they travel with.
“Eve of the Daleks”
Doctor Who delivers a time loop episode with a looming Dalek threat and a rapidly diminishing timeline to solve the problem.
Doctor Who concludes the Flux arc with a Sontaran master plan and a risky plan to save the universe as well as everyone in it.
“Survivors of the Flux”
Doctor Who approaches the finale of the Flux arc with the Doctor coming closer to understand her origins and being presented with big choices to be made.
“Village of the Angels”
Doctor Who brings back the Weeping Angels amidst the mystery of the Flux and the unravelling universe.
“Once, Upon Time”
Doctor Who continues the Flux arc with messed up time, further mystery and movement towards answers to lingering questions.
“War of the Sontarans”
Doctor Who continues with its self contained season long arc with trouble from the Sontarans and further clues as to the nature of the problem.
“The Halloween Apocalypse”
Doctor Who returns for the first chapter in a six part continuous story where the fate of the entire universe hangs in the balance.
“Revolution of the Daleks” A new year brings new Doctor Who with the Doctor being once again plagued by her most famous foe as an old friend shows up to provide assistance. Dalek episodes are an interesting phenomenon in Doctor Who for a few reasons. Of course they’re the most famous enemy the Doctor has…