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Date:October 13th, 2014 11:06 pm (UTC)
The problem is that he's writing only to please himself, and this entire series has become his own personal sock to wank into.

OH. MY. GOD. I couldn't have put it better myself (and I have had some very choice, profanity-laced comments directed at the Moff)!!!

I disgusts me that an actor of Peter Capaldi's calibre is being wasted (no, better yet ABUSED) by the drivel that is coming out of the BBC Cardiff studios.
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Date:October 21st, 2014 10:20 pm (UTC)
This is trademark Moffat. ALL his characters read like bad projection fantasies. His (male) protagonist is sooooo smart and soooo cool and the big jocks will never catch him because he will always see them and get them in trouble with the teacher before they get a chance and it makes all the girls want to date him because he made their football player boyfriends look stupid...

...seriously! Amy was about to throw away her fiancee to snog Matt Smith ON HER WEDDING NIGHT. All the females (even the gay ones) want Sherlock. Hell, it is all but spelled out in that scene from Jekyll where he beats up "Billy" in the alleyway behind the bar to get his girlfriend. The only time this Moffat-strategy worked was in "Curse of the Deadly Death", and that was supposed to be funny.

I mean... jesus... I had a bad highschool experience and I also love geeky stuff but even I manage to write stuff that isn't hurt-boy projection snuff fantasy...
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