Doctor Who: Night Terrors Review – Tenzas Might Explain My Son

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Peg dolls come alive for an alien child (Tenza) in Doctor Who's Night Terrors.

Doctor Who Season 6: Night Terrors

Doctor Who Night Terrors begins with an child to alien message and the Doctor makes a house call.  This is an episode that reminds us that we, adults, are fishing in restricted waters. Adults are poaching Doctor Who, it is written for children. This wasn’t a convoluted wild ride episode. It was  a nice, comfortable and easy to watch.

The family lives in an apartment building that looks like a Holiday Inn.  His  profound fears is creating a problem in the family. The Doctor comes to get rid of the monsters for the child.

Tenza – Doctor Who Alien of The Week

The ginger boy is a Tenza, “an alien species with similar behavior patterns to a cuckoo bird. Shortly after birth they drift in space looking for the nearest inhabitable world and a family that wants a child (But cannot naturally achieve one). After locating such a family the Tenza infant will adapt itself to perfectly suit its environment. A perception filter is use to alter the surrogate parent’s memory and the memories of those around them to believe the child was always part of the family.  The Tenza will live out its life has a member of that species without conscious realization of their true nature. However  should a Tenza feel physically or emotionally threatened their telepathic abilities start to play havoc with their environment. Especially if they feel they are no longer wanted by their surrogate parents.  Source.

Like my son, George was born after Christmas.

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Doctor Who Episode Definitions/Translations:
Pantophobia–  not fear of pants, fear of everything but “including  pants I suppose”.
Jammie Dodgers are a popular British biscuit, made from shortbread and plum jam. In the US they are Thumbprint cookies. You get them at  Christmas baked by someone like your grandmother or an aunt. I bought plum jam. No.
Kipper – is a whole herring, a small, oily fish, that has been split from tail to head, gutted, salted or pickled, and cold smoked. They are eaten for breakfast.
Peg Doll – “wooden dolls, using a jointing technique where the arms and/or legs are attached to the body with pegs, are some of the oldest surviving dolls, and were made worldwide.” Source

Creepy people: The twins from The Shining.

Beautiful poem:
Through crimson stars and silent stars
and tumbling nebulas like oceans set on fire.
Through empires of glass and civilizations of pure thought.
And a whole terrible wonderful universe of impossibilities.”

Word I am thinking about :  Crimson
Crimson is a great word. Maybe not a great word but a good word. A strong word. Who says Crimson? No one.  People say red. So why Crimson? Why is it in a Doctor Who episode again?

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Important:  Amy Pond’s hair looks great. Especially the scene before they get into the elevator.

Catch phrase:  “Some time… slippy thing”

Best line: Rory – (sounding frustrated, resigned and aggravated) We are dead aren’t we? The lift fell and we are dead. We are dead. AGAIN!

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Someone should have said:  “Prisoner Zero has escaped.”  Or.  “Oh no, has Prisoner Zero escaped again?”
I can’t imagine any scenario where Amy, Rory or any Whovian sees a giant glass eye and wouldn’t say something about Prisoner Zero.

It would have been funny if someone had said. “”Am I bovvered?”, “Do I look bovvered?”

Doctor’s ego is firmly intact: He can’t figure out the Rubik’s cube and decides it “must be broken, rubbish, hate those things.”

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Embarrassing moment: The Doctor had to explain his screwdriver. “Wood! I’ve got to invent a setting for wood. It’s embarrassing.”

Most enticing Doctor Who:  “It’s good to be all back together again in ‘The Flesh‘. ”

Recycled Doctor Who: “Let’s Kill Hitler” – miniaturization transporter beam.
“The Girl in the Fireplace” – ugly, creepy peg doll like clockwork droids in the past episode.

Downside Doctor Who: It was clipped up like parts had been edited out. Then it ended abruptly. Too abruptly.

Doctor Who moral of the story. Your parents love you no matter what and will never send you away.

Close with screen listing the Doctor’s date of death at Lake Silencio.


Can you imagine what a diplomatic nightmare it would be to have the Doctor killed while visiting the US? Ever wonder who had  jurisdiction of over the Doctor’s murder?  Being in a national park it would fall under the jurisdiction of the US Park Police.  They handle the president and visiting dignitaries. The National Parks Swat team is an elite group that protects the President and Vice President. USPP swat would have been sent in to get  that astronaut out of the lake. If they were unable to operate in an aquatic environment then Navy Seals would have been brought in. There would have to be hand to hand combat. They would never get permission to use explosives in the lake unless there was a threat to the President.

Ever noticed the Doctor Who Time Vortex looks a little like a colonoscopy film?

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Author: Losillë
Mother, wife and kinda old.

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