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Postby Klangster1971 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 2:40 pm



daleshrimpton wrote:27th august....bank holiday weekend.

:D
( It was announced yesterday)


Thanks Dale, I'm very relieved to hear that - it's been all over BBC America this week that the new series starts there on 27th August but I couldn't find any official dates for the UK. (Even the official BBC page just says 'Coming Soon')!

I trust Dale enough to believe he's done the research so I can rest easy!! :-)

(and, anyway, I couldn't believe for one minute that the Beeb would give the yanks the first look at the new series!!!)

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Postby daleshrimpton » Sun Jul 31, 2011 2:49 pm

the states get to see it a few hours later than us. Just like the first half of the series. :)

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Postby Klangster1971 » Sun Jul 31, 2011 2:55 pm

daleshrimpton wrote:the states get to see it a few hours later than us. Just like the first half of the series. :)


:D Quite right too!!

Less than a month to go - woo hoo!!

Although, talking of the States, I'd recommend seeking out both Matt Smith and Karen Gillan's interviews on 'The Late Show With Craig Ferguson' - very entertaining indeed :-)

You can find the interviews here - http://www.aintitcool.com/node/50602

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Mandrake » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:25 pm

So, it's soon to be goodbye to Amy and Rory.... I wonder who will be the replacement(s)?

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Rob » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:58 pm

Mandrake wrote:So, it's soon to be goodbye to Amy and Rory.... I wonder who will be the replacement(s)?


So long as it's not James Corden & Stormageddon :shock: :lol:

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Stephen Ward » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:16 am

If it was James Corden i would not watch it.

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Rob » Sun Dec 18, 2011 11:14 am

Stephen Ward wrote:If it was James Corden i would not watch it.


I initally felt the same, about Catherine Tate...but she quickly went on to become one of my favourite companions 8)

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Stephen Ward » Sun Dec 18, 2011 11:19 am

But Tate is good, he is a man so unfunny he belongs in a bad student comedy play and with so little acting talent even the cast of Hollyoaks would reject him!

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Postby Rob » Sun Dec 18, 2011 11:24 am

Stephen Ward wrote:But Tate is good, he is a man so unfunny he belongs in a bad student comedy play and with so little acting talent even the cast of Hollyoaks would reject him!


LOL - very true! :lol:

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby TheStoner » Sun Dec 18, 2011 12:59 pm

I heard that Katie Price and Peter Andre were being lined up as the new companions. :D

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Rob » Sun Dec 18, 2011 1:00 pm

TheStoner wrote:I heard that Katie Price and Peter Andre were being lined up as the new companions. :D


That is SERIOUSLY not funny - NAUGHTY Mike!!! :evil: :wink:

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Mandrake » Sun Jun 02, 2013 7:26 am

Well, well - after almost 4 years Mat Smith is leaving, final appearance as the Doctor will be at Christmas - http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-22741493

Now the fun starts - all the old arguments about who's going to take over, with specific reference to race, gender and so on!

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Jean » Sun Jun 02, 2013 3:03 pm

I'm so * happy, I consider this proof of my power of prayer and now I'm hoping what I specifically prayed for comes true. The 11th Doctor is revealed to actually be a transforming robot that thinks it's a Timelord (see 'Let's kill Hitler' and 'The Darleks take Manhattan') this explains the new doctors apparent inability to show any emotions. The real Doctor is still David Tennant, who's been trapped by the Master and the Darleks (who's being forced to do ad's for the virgin media company which is secretly controlled by the master with the purpose of world conquest.) Amy and Rory found out about this which explains why they remained 'trapped in the past' when literally all they had to do was leave New York and have the doctor pick them up elsewhere. They operate out of New York to start a plan to rescue the real Doctor, with the aid of the Ood and a recently mentally restored Donna Nobel and a recently beheaded captain Jack who Donna will carry around in a box and argue with. They start the season long adventure to defeat the Master and the Valeyard, starting with the Christmas special which will be titled 'We're sorry, we're so sorry'.

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Rob » Sun Jun 02, 2013 3:32 pm

Jean wrote:I'm so * happy, I consider this proof of my power of prayer and now I'm hoping what I specifically prayed for comes true. The 11th Doctor is revealed to actually be a transforming robot that thinks it's a Timelord (see 'Let's kill Hitler' and 'The Darleks take Manhattan') this explains the new doctors apparent inability to show any emotions. The real Doctor is still David Tennant, who's been trapped by the Master and the Darleks (who's being forced to do ad's for the virgin media company which is secretly controlled by the master with the purpose of world conquest.) Amy and Rory found out about this which explains why they remained 'trapped in the past' when literally all they had to do was leave New York and have the doctor pick them up elsewhere. They operate out of New York to start a plan to rescue the real Doctor, with the aid of the Ood and a recently mentally restored Donna Nobel and a recently beheaded captain Jack who Donna will carry around in a box and argue with. They start the season long adventure to defeat the Master and the Valeyard, starting with the Christmas special which will be titled 'We're sorry, we're so sorry'.


What on earth is a 'Darlek'?!!

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Re: Doctor Who - new series

Postby Jean » Sun Jun 02, 2013 3:48 pm

They're the new 'Glow in the dark' versions of Daleks, that will be all the rage in toy stores. So you laugh now, you won't be laughing when me and David Tennant go to Vegas and see Penn and Teller with all our fat doctor who stacks.

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