Least favorite episodes
Series six had some strange episodes, like "Night Terrors" and "The God Complex". I didn't exactly dislike them, but they seemed unnecessary to me.
"Night Terrors", for one, had an interesting premise, but the mystery didn't lead up to very much. The climax left me feeling unimpressed. It was meant to be creepy, and I did find it to be creepy sometimes. The dolls had a very frightening design, with their large ghost-white heads and sunken, black, empty eyes. But Amy being turned into one verged on ridiculous, and I couldn't help but laugh.
"The God Complex" was also a creepy and strange episode. It felt a bit out-of-place to me. Each writer of Doctor Who has their own style, so I understand that not every episode will feel the same. That's one of the cool things about Doctor Who, that it experiments and is willing to take risks. I still thought this episode was a bit too weird. I also felt like it may have been some sort of commentary on religion or faith, or maybe just faith in general, which I don't have a problem with at all. I was just not expecting it; it caught me off guard. Overall, I thought "The God Complex" was an incredibly interesting and complex episode, but it was too strange, even for Doctor Who. So strange that I think I actually liked it. Yeah, I've changed my mind! I like this episode. But it was very strange.
The only episode of Doctor Who that I actually disliked was "Love and Monsters", the tenth episode of series two. I believe "Love and Monsters" was Doctor Who's lowest point. I also felt like it didn't belong with Doctor Who. I try to pretend it doesn't exist.