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4.6 - The Doctor's Daughter

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6.5
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Reviewed By: MercuryReview Date: 3/22/19 2:15 pm
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This is an interesting episode. Mostly a decent solid episode but not exceptional high quality. It is a bit of a filler filler in that respect but with a strange and surprising addition in that the Doctor gets his DNA cloned against his will and used to generate a 'daughter'! This is itself is quite shocking to many viewers and it is made even more challenging for the viewer because the Doctor reacts so badly to it causing Donna to have to step in and question the Doctor's behaviour.

The humans are OK but not overly brilliant. They are effectively the aggressors in this story and the alien Hath are quite cute in a weird way and attracted my sympathy. The cloning idea and the revelation of what everything has been about are pretty strange and inventive but not necessarily fully convincing.

It is well documented but still amusing that Georgia Moffett who plays the daughter of the Doctor is the real life daughter of 5th Doctor Peter Davison and went on to marry David Tennant therefore becoming both the daughter of the Doctor and the wife of the Doctor!

Georgia is good in this and Tennant, Agyeman and Tate are as brilliant as ever.

Overall 7.5/10
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Reviewed By: kenrwillReview Date: 2/3/16 6:55 am
0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

this is one of the best stories for the 10th doctor. and introduces david tennant's future wife and actual daughter of the fifth dr. she owns this whole episode and we want so much for her to come back.
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Reviewed By: conjob08Review Date: 5/26/13 2:54 am
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Embarassing and too preachy.

Say what you will about Steven Moffat, but I'm glad he never brought Stephen Greenhorn back when he took over as EP and Head Writer. That's one writer who's name and Doctor Who shouldn't go together in the same sentence ever again.