Poll: Rate "Flesh and Stone"
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10 - Best of the best
83.33%
5 83.33%
9 - Loved it
16.67%
1 16.67%
8 - An all around enjoyable tale
0%
0 0%
7 - A well done tale
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0 0%
6 - Not what I was hoping
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0 0%
5 - An average Doctor Who tale
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0 0%
4 - Not as good as I thought it would be
0%
0 0%
3 - Not my cup of tea
0%
0 0%
2 - Poor
0%
0 0%
1 - Awful
0%
0 0%
Total 6 vote(s) 100%
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"Flesh and Stone" Discussion
#1
The fifth episode of series 5 (and second part of a two-parter), "Flesh and Stone", will transmit on BBC One at 6.25pm. This will be place to discuss it. Pimp
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#2
Scary, Witty and overall brilliant. One of my favourite episodes to date. The only niggle it that it won't kick with the 'mysterious' over 'action' crowd - 10/10
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#3
Easily the most nerve wrecking episode ever. Felt like I was holding my breath for the entire episode! Matt Smith's best performance so far too, for me.

10/10
"We all change when you think about it, we're all different people, all through our lives, and that's okay, that’s good you gotta keep moving, so long as you remember all the people that you used to be." -Eleventh Doctor
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#4
I give this 10/10 too. Another wonderful episode, managed to be completely different from last week and still brilliant. The Angels turning their heads to look at Amy was a particular high point. The bit where the Angel grabbed Octavian made me jump!
"Will somebody please get this big, walking carpet out of my way?"
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#5
Really great episode. Gave me the creeps, reminded me of Poltergeist with people getting lost walking into the light. Also liked The Angels turning their heads at Amy.
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#6
I give the episode an easy 10 also. Very spooky and enjoyable. Possibly the best two parter since the series began in 2005. Matt Smith's getting better and better (if he keeps it up he'll become my favorite Doctor).
T'Pol: I am not old, I will only be 66 years old on my next birthday.
Trip: I can't believe you told me that.
T'Pol: You accused me of being old.
-Star Trek: Enterprise 3-24, "Zero Hour"
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#7
Loved it too, it continued and resolved the story perfectly. Not as many "wow" moments as last week but still just as good in different ways.
Fry: "What was the purpose of life, anyway?"
Farnsworth: "Who knows? Probably some hogwash about the human spirit."
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