Jodie Whittaker reveals she took something from Doctor Who set
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BBC’s acclaimed science fiction series recently returned to screens with Jodie Whittaker at the forefront of Doctor Who’s 13th instalment subtitled ‘Flux.’ However, it was the latest third episode which left fans completely bewildered and unaware of what was going on, which they frustratingly expressed on social media.
After episode two brought back the iconic Sontarans, tons of viewers were excited to tune in and see what Sunday’s edition had to offer.
Instead of being thrilled and satisfied with the episode, many were left with questions after some suggested it failed to hit the mark.
Although Flux had introduced a number of new characters and storylines according to viewers episode three failed to make sense of the story.
Fans including SteveTheDuckBoi took to Twitter, to share their frustration where he wrote: “I’m going to assume no one else has a clue what was going on because I’m very confused #DoctorWho”
User, wargghh tweeted: ”What the hell is going on, I know they like it complicated but seriously #wtf #DoctorWho.”
The beginning of episode three broke into utter chaos with the return of the Daleks, the Cybermen, the Weeping Angels and an unexpected appearance from Ruth Clayton (played by Jo Martin)
Episode three ended with Yaz (Mandip Gill) in complete danger, as she was forced to stand in for the Mouri.
While the others attempt to stop the Siege of Atropos, the Doctor (Jodie Whittaker) was tasked with putting time back on course after it was completely thrown off.
The Doctor travelled between time to hide Yaz, Dan (John Bishop) and Vinder (Jacob Anderson) as they were forced to travel through the past, the future and relive memories.
Elsewhere in the universe things went from bad to worse after it was discovered the Weeping Angels had gained control of the Tardis.
However, this was too overwhelming for some viewers as they claimed the episode became over complicated.
As Jphillipssolva commented: “I haven’t a b****y clue what is going on in #DoctorWho am I the only one? #lost #DoctorWhoFlux #DrWho.”
This included andygriffiths68 who added: “#Doctorwho After a great story last week, this week, I’m a bit disappointed. Too much going on and too complicated. Come back Russell T Davies.”
Although episode three appeared to complicate some fans, the storyline appeared to resolve some questions.
It delved into the Doctor’s history with the Division’s ancient battle with Swarm and Azure and the mission on the planet Time.
Viewers also got to see Vinder enter the Tardis for the first time, and surprisingly he already knew what it was – which could be a hint for the upcoming episodes.
Despite this, there were other fans who seemed to enjoy the episode and shared this on social media.
This included BadWolfArchives, who tweeted: “I’m screaming every time Ruth pops up I love her so much.”
GrantJamieson54 chimed: “We are halfway through #DoctorWhoFlux and I am genuinely in love with this new approach.”
Perhaps as the series continues it will become easier for fans to understand as executive producer Matt Strevens originally stated Flux was: “a huge destructive force but quite what it is and why it’s become unleashed will become apparent as you watch the serial unfold.”
Doctor Who: Flux continues every Sunday on BBC One.
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