What Did You Think of Doctor Who: The Pyramid at the End of the World?

There’s a 5000-year-old pyramid at the centre of a warzone – except it wasn’t there yesterday.

The Pyramid at the End of the World was Peter Harness’ third serial for Doctor Who, and his last for Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor. Just as with The Zygon Invasion/ The Zygon Inversion, this one had political undertones and a co-writing credit for showrunner, Steven Moffat.

It was also the midway point for the Monk Trilogy, a set of stories that began with last week’s Extremis and concludes with The Lie of the Land; a lot of set-up can make for either a suspenseful 45 minutes or a plodding set-up for next episode’s finale. As it’s informed by the episodes around it, and is not a stand-alone piece, it would be unfair to judge it. Right?

Well, we’re asking you to anyway. Yeah, life is tough. Please can you vote in our poll below, which roughly resembles rating it between 1 and 5 stars. Except that’s boring so we’ve jazzed it up a bit. Actually, I asked James Baldock to contribute as he likes Egyptian puns. Sadly, he emailed me back a series of hieroglyphics…

Voted? If you could expand on your thoughts in the comments section below, and we’ll collate the results in an upcoming edition of Sonic Feedback.

Next time: Don’t mess with the Monks, Missy.