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3-11-2011 @ 5:44AM
The brilliant thing about Donna that neither Martha NOR ROSE had is that her story arch made oh so painfully plain just how far she had developed during her tenure as assistant. Both Rose's and Martha's stories were colored by their falling in love with the Doctor, so that became the brunt of their characters' development. Donna never fell in love with the Doctor, though she became attached to him in other ways. But it honestly wasn't until her swan song episode and the specials that came after it that you realized just how brilliantly Catherine Tate pulled off that role and how especially tragic her story was.
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