There are those of you who have not seen this episode yet. You do not have to. I love you very much, but if you watch this episode I am worried I'm going to lose you. Take your 42 minutes elsewhere my unsullied sweet, and surf, surf and point at grace.
Here are some games you can play. They're all very different for different people. I hope you will like them.
1. CHIBNALL !
Pretend you are Chris Chibnall, author of this episode. We are the commissioning script editors for the BBC. Convince us that your shoddy cliche-pox blatant steal is fit to be shown internationally, and is worth the huge budget on sets, actors, special effects and production teams that I will be spending on it.
The Spin-Off Games
2. CHIBNALL PSYCHOLOGICAL MOUSETRAP !
For three or more postgraduate humanities science types. You are the BBC Commissioning Editors. Explain the inner workings of your mind that leads you to hire Chibnall as Torchwoods main scriptwriter, and in the advanced level you get to justify why he should write an episode in Dr Who Season 3.
3. SENSITIVE ARTIST
This one has more of a direction action human rights lobbying aspect to it. Locate the name of the Commissioning Script Editor and write a belief but polite note stating that local genius Andrew Luke (or if you cannot certify this, insert name of your choosing), would like to write an episode of Dr. Who. State firmly and with explanation why Mr Luke would have been better with Mr Chibnall's job and can he please have it ? Mr Luke's suggestions include throwing Chibnall out and opening his Torchwood position up to other writers handpicked by Mr Luke.
4. LET US NEVER MENTION THIS AGAIN
Everybody who witnessed this episode never mentions it again.
5. LETS JUST GET ON WITH OUR LIVES
Well of course.