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  • Episode Name:
    The Crimson Horror
  • Air date:
    5/4/2013
  • Summary:
    Something ghastly is afoot in Victorian Yorkshire, as bodies are found with their skin a waxy, glowing red.

 

After the Doctor and Clara first set off on this week’s adventure and made it to the planet, there was a bit of a feeling that this episode would spend a tad too much time lingering before getting to the actual plot. True, this issue happened more with Davies at the reigns than Moffat, but many longtime fans might still feel the itch with an introduction that takes up almost the first half of the episode’s entire runtime. That is, until the singing starts.

As one should have expected, Cross’ lengthy beginning to his first episode was as calculated as any episode of his own hit show. While it’s true that Clara’s adventures at the market or with Mary, the Queen of Years, didn’t really help to build the sense of a complete world, it does make you feel familiar enough to sit back and enjoy their memento-filled musical offerings, of which there were multiple, each one more moving than the last. And then the Doctor, in all his glory, delivers a monologue so passionate that fans now have a small sense of the tearful heartbreak that will come when Matt Smith eventually exits the role. Still, the Doctor was not enough for the god.

When the god had consumed all of the Doctor’s memories, leaving him weak (but still with his memory), it was up to one silly girl, Clara, with humanity’s most important leaf, to save the day. This ending does, however, get a bit clouded with talk of infinite futures and infinite moments. Still, at this point in the episode, any explanation as to why the leaf worked was welcome, and the fact that a beautiful story about Clara parents was told made its inclusion more than worth it.