Spoilers for the latest episode of "Doctor Who" just as soon as I gather all of you into the sitting room...
If I only had a TARDIS -- or a willingness to subvert the law -- I'd jump straight ahead to next week's Steven Moffat-penned episode, which I've heard is up to his usual standards, and ignore "The Unicorn and the Wasp" altogether.
(Insert usual warning here about how we're going to respect the American broadcast order and not discuss any details about episodes that have only aired in the UK.)
"The Unicorn and the Wasp" wasn't so much bad as it was awfully thin. By now, these episodes where The Doctor encounters a legendary British author and gets caught up in an adventure that resembles one of his/her stories have become perhaps the most formulaic part of each season, and they become largely dependent on your knowledge of/affection for the author in question to work. I've read precious little Agatha Christie, and so telling a Christie-style story, with the only twist being the addition of a giant alien wasp, didn't do much for me.
And yet, the entire episode was almost worth it just for another game of Doctor/Donna pantomime. For the most part, the writers haven't tried to re-jigger the show to showcase Catherine Tate's comic side, but I get a kick out of occasional moments like their re-introduction in "Partners in Crime" or, here, Donna being the world's worst Charades partner during The Doctor's attempt to un-poison himself.
What did everybody else think?