Bill Potts is a working-class chip-server. Her lack of presumptions combined with instinctual smartness and humour were a welcome change from Clara Oswald’s somewhat smug, if spirited, cleverness.
I can’t remember the last time the emotions shared by the whole audience around me were so intense. We squirmed, jumped, laughed, clapped and everything in between.
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