Another complaint Moffat haters constantly bang on with is that he’s somehow “undone” the Russell T Davies era by changing the outcome of the Time War, which is nonsense. Moffat has made it clear he has nothing but the utmost respect for Davies’ tenure. That’s one of the reasons he didn’t shoehorn Rose into “Day of the Doctor”, because he felt her story had been told, that he couldn’t had anything to it.
Ah, but Moffat haters also hate him for not incorporating Rose into “Day of the Doctor”, because they didn’t get to see Eleven interact with her.
They also seem to think he has absolutely zero regard for the classic series. No idea where they’re getting that from, but apparently he’s “undone” the first twenty-six seasons of the show as well. Somehow. Lord knows how he managed that. Maybe there’s a line of dialogue in “A Christmas Carol” that I missed or something.
It’s funny, none of these people seem to have taken issue with Russell T Davies starting off the new series with the Doctor having recently committed double-genocide. They’re alright with that, but the notion that the Doctor might somehow be able to change that and actively save his people is somehow offensive to them.
It’s a shame really, because the legitimate gripes about Moffat’s writing are constantly buried under the vindictive, personal ones that don’t make any ruddy sense. As I’ve said, hating on Moffat is trendy now. It’s Tumblr’s golf.