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The Battle Of Ranskoor av Kolos - An End Of Series Review

Doctor Who this year has tried to be something different, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that the final episode of the series would be different from what we are used to.  Chris Chibnall has tried to go for smaller episodes focusing more on the human condition than the monster of the week.  For the most part, it worked over the course of 10 episodes.  Fans used to the more bombastic style of Steven Moffat and Russell T. Davies might have felt a bit lost without the grand arcs leading to the big reveal of the Daleks or Cybermen or both, but in general, episodes this season felt a bit more accessible.  

‘The Battle of Ranskoor av Kolos’ keeps the new vibe of this series intact but tries to add on a bit more of the over the top feel that Chibnall’s predecessors often used for their series finales.  That feeling comes from the re-appearance of T'zim Sha (or Tim Shaw, depending on who you ask) after being hidden away in history by the freshly regenerated Doctor in ‘The Woman Who Fell to Earth’.  Planning on revenge, T’zim Sha harvests the energies of the Ux to remove planets from the universe and store them in large lightweight crystals.  Honestly, it’s best if you don’t think about it too much.  Considering some of the other possibilities for a finale episode (revisiting Krasko from ‘Rosa’ or a bigger reveal of the Timeless Child), T'zim Sha was the best choice.  If not from the Doctor’s perspective then surely to clear the air some with Graham and Ryan.

The relationship between Graham and Ryan has been touched on a lot this season.  It often felt somewhat brushed aside as well, due in large part to there being so many stories to tell this year.  Still, it is one of the plot threads that feels complete, even if you wish that there might have been more fiber.  While Graham and Ryan get enough screen time, the background plot gets in the way of the more interesting story.  Running and explosions are sci-fi at it’s most generic, and ‘Doctor Who’ this season has done a good job at staying away from more mundane plot points.  I’m not entirely sure this episode couldn’t have played out better if it had been an hour-long look at Graham’s inner turmoil.  Perhaps if the distress calls the Doctor was responding to were from an incapacitated T’zim Sha himself.  But we’ll never know now, and where we leave Graham and Ryan feels like a good place.

Yazmin, on the other hand, needs some real plot time and soon for her to continue on in the TARDIS.  She seems like she could be an interesting character, but she’s been as fleshed out as one of the roundels on the TARDIS wall.  Her dedication to the Doctor in this episode almost feels a bit misplaced because there has been so little interaction with this character.  Even visiting her family in ‘Arachnids in the U.K.’ didn’t give us much to go on with her.  Better luck next series.

All in all, this first series from the new team has been fun to watch.  It still feels like Jodie Whittaker needs a character-defining episode.  Imagine the Capaldi years without ‘Hell Bent’, or imagine David Tennant without picturing ‘Human Nature’.  Thinking back to Tennant’s first year in the TARDIS and comparing to what we’ve just seen, it feels like we are in good hands, however.   There are still things that need to happen, but there is still time to get there.

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