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Reacting, I guess

I am confused. More because of all the threads left dangling and the "bits" that had nothing close to an explanation, that came off as hallucination more than anything else. Just take the scene where Amy is in the attic and a face we never see again looks through a window in a door -- a door that a minute later has no window.

Maybe -- maybe the entire sequence from when she sees the Silence hanging from the ceiling like bats to waking up in their hideout (or whatever it was) was her hallucination. It would explain a lot and how she seemed to have lost a couple of days the other characters didn't lose. Assuming the Silence (singular Silent?) was telling the truth.

Were the photos by the bed still there when the Doctor and Rory showed up? I guess either the photo of Amy with the baby was gone, or they didn't inspect the room.

I was confused by why Amy told the Doctor about the supposed-actual-supposed-Schrodinger's Pregnancy before she told Rory, but M. reminded me that the Silent in the restroom told her to tell the Doctor "what he must know and what he must never know", which instruction wouldn't help me very much but apparently was clear to Amy.

So I don't feel that I've learned a damned thing, other than that the Silence exist and there's a child running around now who can regenerate. Maybe.

As for the ethical issues -- don't even ask.



May. 2nd, 2011 10:48 pm (UTC)
It seems to me that when you have to parse whether an inconsistency is bad stagecraft or a Deliberate Clue, the creator is being far too enigmatic. You shouldn't *have* to seriously wonder whether the entire show is the imagination of an autistic boy looking into a snow globe.