Your Thoughts: Nikola Tesla's Night of Terror

Posted by @abcwhovians on January 20, 2020 at 2:05 AM

Have you seen episode 4: "Nikola Tesla’s Night of Terror" on iview yet?

What did you think?

Click on the comments section and let us know.

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Reply MaxHR
2:59 AM on January 20, 2020 
very good if you are aged 7-10 years...
for me a lot of eps don't pass the pubtest/believability .
it's like they borrowed from harry potter, -wave your sonic screwdriver around, everything is fixed.
i know its Scifi...but still needs to be 'believable' if that makes sense
had a major revelation by listening to iview with sony bluetooth headphones.
the jump in audio quality was amazing..
Reply @abcwhovians
4:59 AM on January 20, 2020 
Really liked this after finding last weeks disappointing. Thought the resolution was quite clever. Canâ??t wait to the Judoon returning next week.
Reply Robert
6:26 AM on January 23, 2020 
This was not a bad episode quite surprising considering all the other crap they have dished up, and the interview with Katie Manning , should of been the whole episode of whovians , maybe Rove might of asked a question of the dear lady that has not been asked a thousand times before, but back to this week's episode, yes a definite improvement.
2:26 AM on January 24, 2020 
A little immature but otherwise not a bad effort. Too simplistic an explanation - can we say the Racnoss? Kept a good pace for a change, but that's about it. Jodie Whittaker is still falling short of a convincing Doctor IMO (and Mum's) and the companions often (as in this episode) add little except for someone to act as the kiddies in the Doctor's classroom. Overall I would rate this 2.5/5 - could have been better, but by a similar token it could have been worse....a solid meh...
Reply Rumpole
12:01 AM on January 25, 2020 
IMV Graham (Bradley Walsh) should be promoted to the Doctor and the rest of the cast replaced, they just don't cut it I'm afraid and seem only there for social inclusion.

I started watching this episode but didn't finish it. I might get back to it sometime if I feel inclined.