Doctor Who/Sherlock [delete as applicable] lead writer Steven Moffat has been accused of misogyny after last night’s “confusing” episode of Doctor Who/Sherlock [Delete as applicable].
Users on Twitter reacted with outrage at the conclusion of the episode which starred Peter Capaldi/Benedict Cumberbatch [delete as applicable], saying that elements of the episode were sexist:
[Insert literally 3 Tweets here to use as examples of claims]
It is not the first time that Moffat has been accused of sexist overtones, with viewers left frustrated by the show’s plotting [under no circumstance give ratios of viewers/complainers]:
“Insert quote from random social media user here to explain the outrage, possibly from Tumblr”
[Sun, Daily Mail only: Insert picture of attractive female from show, nobody will notice the hypocrisy, trust us]
Fans of the series were also left confused by the episode, which was described as “overcomplicated” and “confusing”
[Insert 2 Tweets containing “confusing” and “#DoctorWho” or “#Sherlock”, use Twitter search function]
[Brief plot explanation, leave out anything that conflicts with the story]
When asked for a comment on the Twitter storm, the BBC said:
“Invent a quote from a “source” here, do not give a name so anybody can check”
[Daily Mail, Sun, Telegraph only: Make vague reference to the BBC licence fee]
Doctor Who/Sherlock [delete as applicable] continues [insert timeframe, vague details] on BBC One.