There are probably less colloquial ways of saying that, or more elaborate ones

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But it’s the simplest way of getting the point across, which is that Jodie Whittaker

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who wrapped up her four year run as The Doctor on Doctor Who today with the episode, “The Power of the Doctor” — deserved better than what she was given by the series

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. And no episode drove that point home better than her finale; which had its high points

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but spent most of the near-90 minute running time sidelining the main character.

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On July 16, 2017, Whittaker was announced as taking over the role of The Doctor, a historic first for the franchise. In the show’s 50+ year history,

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there had never been a woman in the lead of the show, which focuses on a near-immortal Time Lord who “regenerates” — aka, gets recast as a new actor

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albeit with a continuity that holds over from the previous actor (versus, say, how James Bond essentially resets with every new face).

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That does a disservice to Whittaker, it does a disservice to the show, and it most of all, though assuredly not on purpose, almost seems to prove those minority of trolls right from back in 2017

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