2017-07-15 04:10:07 UTC
agree with me.
A comparison between the writing styles of RTD and Stephen Moffat...
...concluding that, based on Moffat's writing, "the Doctor is an
inconsistent, incompetent, selfish, egotistical, sociopath. How are we
as an audience supposed to care for such and unappealing character."
"When Davies applied humour it was oozing with purpose..." Moffat on the
other hand does not understand characterization.
Moffat doesn't understand the plot twist, or foreshadowing.
"... the relationship between many characters, as well as the characters
themselves, felt so fake and two dimensional", in Moffat's era with the
"... realistic character aspect totally trampled on." Characters were
"... cardboard cut outs, rather than the genuine article."
"Moffat bluntly uses humour exclusively for the purpose of creating
funny moments, while Davies uses humour expertly, not just for comedic
effect, but also to humanize the characters and make us care about them
"Davies' version has constant tone, and Moffat's has a considerable lack
of it." All down to script writing.