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Doctor Who took a break from its main narrative with an episode displaying much me-heartiness aboard a haunted pirate ship helmed by Hugh Bonneville

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Talking of which ... in a weekend dominated by the secret seas, secret waves and underwater secrets, Doctor Who took a break from its main narrative with an episode displaying much me-heartiness aboard a haunted pirate ship helmed by Hugh Bonneville. Bonneville, more Master and Commander than Captain Birdseye, quickly got the idea of how to steer a space ship to safety. But two things: does this idea of the Doctor as gooseberry to Amy and Rory really work; and is it not time for Matt Smith to tone down his performance and let the Doctor mature a shade?

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