Doctor Who’s classic episode ‘Blink’ almost ended very differently

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Doctor Who's classic episode 'Blink' almost ended very differently
Doctor Who's classic episode 'Blink'

Doctor Who spoilers always keep its fans on their nerves.

Every time they come up on screen they try and bring out different storylines, they aren’t supposed to meddle with the past, but what about reprising old ones into newbies. Story credit goes to the writers.

At the start of this week the original script for ‘Blink’ , an episode that was widely loved and acknowledged by all was affirmed by Steven Moffat. 

If you have got a chance to see it, you will definitely be recalling the Weeping angels, a third of the dangerous foes of Doctor Who after Cybermen and the Daleks. But it seems the initial draft and the final outcome was broadly different from each other.

Spally Sparrow and The weeping Angel was not the title that the movie demanded to feature ‘Blink’ heavily, now since the maker is trying to recreate it he revealed that the proper title hasn’t been found yet. 

Doctor Who's classic episode 'Blink' almost ended very differently
Doctor Who’s classic episode ‘Blink’ almost ended very differently

Moffat says he was suggested by Russell, his friend to hit the word ‘Blink’ over and over again to keep it as cheesy as it should have been. Blinking is a must to keep the scariest feels alive.

It’s all about Sally’s blink of an eye. Sally and Larry’s main challenge has been to tackle the weeping angles, still, the episode’s end was a bit down than expected. 

Moffat’s original didn’t get the final ending, the  first ending was more perplex, here Doctor Who will be meeting Sally Nightingale.

He remarked that this part of the ending having a lesbian touch was nearer to Russell’s heart. It feels that the ending is a bit dark for the reprise version, but Moffat says it’s much better than the original ending.

Do you think Moffat’s view is correct or you think otherwise?

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