I kind of wish Steven Moffat would go away. I think Russell T. Davies was a stronger writer and I have a feeling he ironed out a lot of the problems I have with Moffat's writing. Namely, he cheats.
Moffat's episodes work only so long as you don't think about them. They're ridden with holes and inconsistencies you don't notice immediately, but upon even a moments reflection they jump out at you. Sure, they're great in a "wiz-bang" sort of way, but he tries to play at depth and he just can't pull it off.
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Waterworld was better than most people give it credit.