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One of the most fascinating things about "The Doctor's Wife" had little to do with its star writer — it was Matt Smith's excellent performance revealing the complex, powerful emotions buried inside the Eleventh Doctor. For a supposedly "understated" Doctor, Smith's last scene opened up the floodgates…

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One Response to 2MTL 209: "A Tear, Doctor?" Quite a Lot, Actually

  1. I couldn't agree more.
    Smith plays the Doctor like someone being interrupted while playing a game of chess.
    He's kind and patient enough, and answers your questions, but you never have his full attention.
    When he steps back from the game and engages fully, there's a huge impact.

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