It's awesome. And so, so random it shouldn't work at all, but it does. I mean: "It was the horse!" and then just the absolute off-the-wall awesomeness of that whole scene, leading up to the "Peace in our time" line. How did that become a triumphant line, given the historical context? How does the disabled dalek just fit so naturally into such a serious scene? How do we go from angst to just zaniness I can only describe as the Doctor's trademark? I mean, the whole jumping on the table and using the sonic screwdrivers to trigger the memory-wiping device thing and the frantic "Cancel the detonation?"
I can't giggle, this is class prep. Fun class prep, but still.
I think it's fair to say I'm a fangirl. Also that Moffat has a style, because without going into specific spoilers, I'm experiencing serious "Empty Hearse" flashbacks. Not in the scenes themselves, but in my reaction. I mean, how the heck can something so thoroughly off-the-wall and implausible be so right?