'Doctor Who' review: 'The Power of Three' shows why Amy Pond and Rory Williams can't say goodbye

We knew going into this episode of "Doctor Who" that we'd be watching the penultimate appearance of Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill as the Doctor's companions Amy Pond and Rory Williams. And we knew the title -- "The Power of Three" -- promised something special. This would be a hour devoted to Amy, Rory and The Doctor coming together to solve a crisis, right?Surely we'd see how each of them have an important role to play in a storyline that delivers on the title's implicit promise: Three is better than one, or two. We'd nod our heads and think, "Yes, the Doctor is at his best with these companions." Because they're the companions we're watching right now, we love them dearly, and we're at the emotional high point of our relationship with them. We know they're going to leave, but we don't yet know how it will happen.That was a heavy burden for "The Power...



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