Finally, someone’s taken the War Doctor’s advice: when faced with an alien invasion, assemble a cabinet at them.
I think that was the general gist of Class: Brave-Ish Heart and Charlie’s (Greg Austin) cabinet of souls. Either way, it all looked jolly splendid, didn’t it? April (Sophie Hopkins) and Ram (Fady Elsayed) found themselves in the realm of the Shadow Kin, Quill (Katherine Kelly) gave young Charles a good slap, and Tanya (Vivian Oparah) proved she could understand the meaning of a textual message.
Jokes aside, I was very impressed with the petal threat. Do we call it that? It was surprisingly vicious and a gorgeous concept, wonderfully realised.
And April’s marvellous.
But what did you think? You can vote in our poll, then shout your opinions to the world.
Oh, I’ve just received a message from the council about public noise complaints, so I guess you’ll just have to expand on your thoughts by writing in the comments section below. Don’t blame me – channel your complaints about the council complaining about public noise complaints to the council. And some of our favourite comments will be chosen for a forthcoming article about – guess what! – what the DWC readership thought of Brave-Ish Heart. Clever, eh?
All together now: “I got soul, but I’m not a soldier… I got soul, but I’m not a soldier…”