GiarcYekrub wrote:So, he could have landed somewhere else like London, England and caught a flight to New York from there. Granted, that's not very Doctor Who-like but it is common sense plus he'd have gotten some air miles.
Seems straight forward to me they created one paradox to escape the first time which almost destroyed NYC a second paradox in the same location is very bad I don't think the fact the TARDIS can't land is a reason they are separated rather explicitly stated how fragile the fabric of space time in NYC has become
The idea of having people pushed back in time where they're forced to live out their lives just doesn't work when the Doctor has a time-travelling TARDIS! The explanations given in this episode do not make sense and contradict what we've seen in other Angel episodes. If I remember in the David Tennant "Blink" episode, the Doctor was separated from the TARDIS by time so that made sense as he left clues so that someone else could bring the TARDIS back to him. There were no fragile space/time continuums in that!
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