“Amy’s parents were wished back into existence and she barely bats an eye. Amy’s daughter is stolen from her and she barely bats an eye. But she’s willing to end her marriage because her torture at the hands of an assassin group means that she’s barren and her husband really wants kids. Oh, and she’s a model because God forbid Moffat pass up an opportunity to have Karen Gillan contort her body in slow-motion with a wind machine. At the end of the day, Amy’s life was not about Amy, just as River’s life is not about River.
And now, quite sadly, Clara’s life is not about Clara.”
— Tea Leaves and Dog Ears