This episode was almost pure camp. And the obvious cliched made me giggle like they were actually funny...which they really shouldn't have been. BUT IT'S DOCTOR WHO. Cliched innuendos about sex and guns, and golf balls in trousers, it was a little Monty Python, a little....I don't even know.
But in the background of this campy, fun episode, there is a darkness of the foreshadow of how Amy (and Rory) will leave the Doctor. We were given a little of it here, which I won't go into, and it wasn't looking too good.
I'll just say it: I don't want Amy to die. I don't. Rory would be heartbroken, and I can't even begin to think what the Doctor would do, because if she does it will most likely be because of him. I don't want "little Amy" to turn into "dead Amy." I will cry buckets and buckets.
So, lets hope that doesn't happen, right?
I have been in Korea for a week now and I am so tired. I love my inlaws but it can be super overwhelming being around them. The Korean wedding went well, but I want to go home to my own bed and my kitties.
I saw The Avengers last night and it was good. I definitely recommend it. Sorry forte bad English and punctuation, I'm writing from my phone and it's not so easy. >.<
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