So....I felt like talking about this. For some reason.
I shift to extremes on my main fandom: Doctor Who. That's the only one that's STUCK. Others come and go but Doctor Who is always there, sulking in the background and killing various people.
But the way I react to it is RIDICULOUS.
Anyway, I realise this is unpopular, but I'm going to post this opinion-link anyway. My arguments all come out as a little feeble when I am aware of the existence of this very well-written and well-thought-out one.
So without further ado, here is the essay on Moffat that Shinyopals wrote.
A few ground rules: Please, she's not the one showing you this so don't...well, I'm not expecting you to really, but don't be nasty on her blog. She doesn't deserve that, especially when it'd be my fault. If you want to argue something, argue it with me, or state your points or whatever.
This essentially says everything I feel about Steven Moffat, and I feel guilty rehashing its points all the time, so here it really is.
Namely, on the subject of Steven Moffat.
Basically, I was rewatching season two with Paisley and Sharmy and we got to the end of Girl in the Fireplace which used to always make me cry.
And then Louis XV says, "You know what women are like," to Ten and I ended up screaming at the screen, "Oh I BET you do, Steven "Babes don't die" Moffat!!!"
In my head, that's his new name. I've actually started calling him Steven "Babes don't die" Moffat.
I don't know whether to thank you for pointing out his sexism, or be cross at you, Opal.