(with thanks to Penny Goodman)
Moffat-Era Tropes: Timey-Wimey. Businesswomen named Miss or Madame Something-or-Other with fetishistically severe suits, hairstyles and eyewear. Monster that looks fierce but actually wants to be loved. Creatures or accessories which induce memory loss. “Don't Think”. One-off character sacrificing themselves to save the Doctor or companion despite only having met them a few hours earlier. People gabbling out explanations at top speed.
A Thing in a Thing: A monster in a bank vault.
|Some call him a butcher.|
The Doctor is A: ...n Architect. Also, overbearing, manipulative, likes to think he's very clever, and hates himself.
The Master Is A: Woman in a shop, who has the Doctor's private phone number.
Clara Lies About: Not directly, but Psi does note that she's good at making excuses for the Doctor's behaviour. And she keeps her mind blank so the Teller doesn't detect her guilt, which is a sort of lie.
Reasons Clara Should Drop Danny Like A Hot Potato: Because he's angling for another date, apparently completely oblivious to the fact that he acted like an idiot on the first one.
Child Count: One.
The Thick of It: "Shuttity up, up, UP!"
It's Actually About: Atoning for past misdeeds, I suppose, though in this case it's actually getting someone else to do the actual work of atoning for it.