This review contains spoilers for Doctor Who Season 9 Episode 4: “Before the Flood.”

Here’s an elevator pitch for you, Hollywood executives: An aging bug-eyed punk rocker bounces around the universe in a blue box, explaining complex time travel theory to camera, complete with search suggestions — “this is called the bootstrap paradox, Google it” — and Beethoven licks on the electric guitar

No takers? Shame. Because that’s the direction Doctor Who takes in the opening minutes of “Before The Flood,” the wildly different conclusion to the two-parter episode that began with “Under the Lake“. It’s simultaneously the most whimsical and wild cold open the show has given us in years Read more…

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‘Doctor Who’ Episode 4 review: A dance to the music of time