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This is probably necessary because recycling characters lets Davies save money, after blowing most of the show's budget on useless CGI gimmicks, like a CGI Pterodactyl the team inexplicably keeps as a pet, a magic gauntlet which has grown slightly less impressive since its previous appearances in Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Witchblade, ridiculously implausible Godzilla-sized demonic foes, and repeated aerial shots of Harkness perched atop half the skyscrapers in Cardiff.
It's also necesary because of Torchwood's single redeeming feature, which is that it's efficient television for the sexually frustrated sci fi addict.
In this year's pilot episode, Harkness flirts with most of his employees, arranges a date with his male secretary, and re-enacts Bond's and Xenia's makeout/fight scene from Goldeneye with yet another male ex-partner, after which they spend most of the episode comparing the size of their "stopwatches." Harkness's self-proclaimed willingess to fuck anything that moves is apparently shared by everyone from his distant home time, since the latter ex-partner similarly expresses sexual interest in men, women, and at one point a poodle.
If the show wasn't so earnest about being serious and original, I would think this was supposed to be ironic.
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Sometimes they try to integrate this into the plot: in the second episode, for example, an attractive, college-aged alien-possessed girl becomes a serial nymphomaniac-murderer - well, rapist-murderer, really - who seduces half of the returning cast along with an impressive list of nameless extras, though only the latter end up being killed in the process, thus bringing new meaning to Joss Whedon's quip that killing extras is always fun.