Major Spoilers Question Of The Day: Season 6B Should Totally Become Canon Edition

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This week marked the debut of “Pond Life,” a short series of internet-exlusive lead-in episodes for the new season of Doctor Who (Season 7 and/or 32, if memory serves.)  The series isn’t complete as of this writing, but, as the title implies, it focuses on the Ponds, Amy and Rory, and what their life is like when The Doctor isn’t around.  I’m a big fan of value-added content, and I’m extra-happy to find these episodes available on BBC’s website rather than having to pay a premium for ‘em.  Of course, as Rodrigo will tell you, there’s no such thing as a free lunch, and even PBS will run pledge breaks to keep the lights burning…

The MS-QOTD (pronounced “Gah-Lee-Fray”) is sorry…  So, so sorry, asking: Do you think it’s better that this kind of additional content be provided for free or should it be monetized to support the parent program (or programme?)