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This just in: Billie Piper is a Moffat critic.
She said she liked the subtlety of her Doomsday send off and ruminated on how that subtlety would have been lost had Moffat…
Okay, does any have a transcript of this because it sounds fake or at they very least twisted to make her words more negative than intended. It wouldn’t be the first time someone has distorted what a cast member has said to make it lookalike they are attacking Moffat.
I took it on faith that @thebadddestwolf was reporting accurately. I did link to their original post and you’re welcome to take it up with them.
Here is audio of Billie’s second panel. It’s rather hard to make out, but starting around 29:00 is the question about playing the Moment rather than Rose. She uses the phrase “off the wall” and says that David, Matt and John Hurt helped her figure out how to play the character.
The part about Doomsday is starts around 41:00. She is praising RTD’s subtlety and someone else says something like “Moffat would be different” and she agrees.
The part about Moffat’s scripts being confusing and David helping her understand must have been from another event.
I don’t know of any instances of someone deliberately distorting a cast member’s comment to make it apply to Moffat. I do know of cases where someone posts a quote and they, or others, speculate on whether it refers to Moffat, or point out that the statement could also apply to Moffat even if that’s not what the speaker intended. There’s a difference.