Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 208

Administrator - Posted on 17 June 2010

"I’ve seen many things my friend but you’re right, nothing quite as wonderful as the things you see."

Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 208
Running Time: 2:20:45

Doctor Who: 'Vincent and the Doctor' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback including Ken Deep and James Naughton. (If you haven't seen Vincent and the Doctor yet, wait until you have before listening).

Hosted by Louis Trapani and Dave Cooper.

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Hi all,

I'm new to the Gallifreyan Embassy, although I've been listening to the podcast all season.  I'm a bit behind and just listened to the one on Vincent and I must disagree with Louis concerning the is needed for the episode.  As I see it, it is there to make you think about a few things:

1. That even if a species (according to the Doctor) is evil, an individual might not be.

2. That first impressions might not always be right.  You should be open minded enough to change your opinion as you learn more.

3. That just because you can't see someone's "monsters", doesn't mean they aren't really there.

4. That for people suffering from depression, bi-polar disorder, or other such illnesses, once you conqueror your demons, it doesn't necessarily mean you are cured.  Amy didn't understand this (and it is hard to understand unless you've experienced it, either first hand or a close second hand) and was so disappointed that she and the Doctor hadn't helped Vincent recover completely.

Plus, the monster in the window of the painting was a cool way of getting the Doctor and Amy to go see Vincent.  :)


Erin in Texas

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