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Death also came knocking in Torchwood

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  • Publication: The Times
  • Date: 2008-02-28
  • Author: Tim Teeman
  • Page: Times2, p. 23
  • Language: English

Death also came knocking in Torchwood (BBC Two), although as someone rightly asked at the end: did Owen actually beat death or not? The show is both confusing — confessions of love between nervy scientists, murderous alien hands, reincarnation, black dust cloud as the new Grim Reaper — and also deliciously polysexual. Everyone is up for it with everyone else. Torchwood isn't the gayest show on television, as I first thought, but it is the horniest.

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  • APA 6th ed.: Teeman, Tim (2008-02-28). Death also came knocking in Torchwood. The Times p. Times2, p. 23.
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  • Chicago 15th ed.: Teeman, Tim. "Death also came knocking in Torchwood." The Times, edition, sec., 2008-02-28
  • Turabian: Teeman, Tim. "Death also came knocking in Torchwood." The Times, 2008-02-28, section, Times2, p. 23 edition.
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