Well, A Good Man Goes to War broadcast this weekend and it was...well it was pretty good to be honest. And this is from someone who hated series 5. It had to be the worst series of Doctor Who yet with the awful dalek episode, poorly thought out dialogue, that boring silurian two parter (although the finale was beautiful as were the angels)...Anyway, I thought I'd lost faith. Then Series 6 came along. The opening two parter has scale, it has size, brilliant effects, an fascinating set up and some of the best direction with the series feeling slick and frankly quite epic. 10/10 for both. THen the pirates...well we'll leave those out. Average at best in fact pretty poor...but it's the only low point and to be honest quite enjoyable on a rainy day, no where near as poor as some others. 6/10 Then The Doctor's Wife..WOW! Just WOW! An instant classic to rival many. Another 10/10. The flesh two parter, again hugely enjoyable despite the opening few minutes but once gotten into, a great set up, chilling story and a satisfying ending to another great two episodes with the BEST cliffhanger EVER! 8/10 for the Rebel Flesh, 9/10 for the Almost People. And then the mid- season finale. Once more, Moffat does it again. Truly epic, again it had scale and some great characters namely Madame Vastra and Jenny, deserve their own spin off really, some brillint jokes and effects will some tear jerking moments, especially when Rory enters with the Melody in his hands. 10/10 Loved Rory's development and the Sontaran nurse/warrior references in relation to him, and also Amy's likable....like really likable...not the whiny, annoying bitch from the previous series. Matt...well do we need to talk about Matt...best Doctor by a mile. Where did this come from?! It's amazing! Really stunning television.