Concluding this two-parter, Missy is about to turn the dead of Earth into an army of Cybermen.An enjoyable and suitably epic season finale, which wasn't afraid to actually kill off some characters. Christmas will be interesting.
- I loved the opening credits gag.
- Capaldi was on great form throughout this episode - with many great lines, including the bit about "self-concussing".
- Coleman was on fine form as well - pretending to be the Doctor was excellent, but the last scene in the cafe was good as well.
- Samuel Anderson did a lovely performance; it's a shame that he won't be coming back now.
- Michelle Gomez... just when you thought a certain Time Lord couldn't get any crazier, she comes along and knocks Simms' portrayal into a cocked hat. Poor Oswin..
- Shame we couldn't have had the Tissue Compression Eliminator. Disintegration is so old hat.
- You don't need to hit the console like that Doctor, it wasn't your fault.
- The street scene where Missy was arrested was very recognisably Cardiff, as was the ending scene.
- It's really quite appropriate that Missy was dealt with in that manner.
- At least the ending was jolly... and it's about time Nick Frost joined Simon Pegg in the Whoniverse.