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Doctor Who - new series

Postby TheStoner » Apr 24th, '11, 10:32



Utterly superb! Moffat has really delivered this time.

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Postby DeadSweet » Apr 24th, '11, 13:02

Oh goodness i agree! i have to ay i think the creatures in last nights episode were the most visually effective yet, so much so that when i went to sleep they were in my dreams.
I adore the emotional side with riversong, breaks my heart just thinking about it.
two thumbs up! :)

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Postby TheStoner » Apr 24th, '11, 14:26

Just rewatched the River Song death scene on YouTube and, knowing what we know now, it's incredible stuff

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Postby Mandrake » Apr 24th, '11, 15:00

Did anyone see the Lis Sladen 15 minute tribute afterwards? Very moving and it just shows the sheer power of the whole Who/Sarah Jane/Torchwood works, back in the day as well as the recent revival. Again, I don't feel too angry about buying a TV licence :D .

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Postby TheStoner » Apr 24th, '11, 15:41

Mandrake wrote:Again, I don't feel too angry about buying a TV licence :D .


I agree and I'm happy to say I'm proud of the BBC, watch this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3q2iZuU5WM

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Postby Klangster1971 » Apr 25th, '11, 18:42

TheStoner wrote:
Mandrake wrote:Again, I don't feel too angry about buying a TV licence :D .


I agree and I'm happy to say I'm proud of the BBC, watch this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p3q2iZuU5WM


Let's not do the Licence fee thing again! I had the misfortune of 'watching' BBC America when I was working in Seattle this year... trust me, you do not want to watch Dr Who with commercials!!!

And what a brilliant start to the new series - Off to the Dr Who exhibition next week... it's a bit of a mania in our house at the moment!

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Postby Stephen Ward » Apr 25th, '11, 18:56

A good start and lots of strange stories going about concerning this series.

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Postby pcwells » Apr 30th, '11, 19:12

Loved tonight's episode!

Just wish I could remember it!!

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Postby Beardy » Apr 30th, '11, 22:09

What an ending!

And did anybody else think the cuckoo guy looked identical to Gregory Wilson? ;)

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Postby Part-Timer » May 1st, '11, 00:38

Beardy wrote:What an ending!

And did anybody else think the cuckoo guy looked identical to Gregory Wilson? ;)


No, I thought, "It's Kerry Shale!" (Among other things, the voice of the titular character in the english version of Doctor Zitbag's Transylvania Pet Shop.)

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Postby TheStoner » May 9th, '11, 16:34

Enjoyed the "pirate" episode. Most amusing to see one of the characters being shown as a bit of a rogue and swordsman. :wink: :lol:

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Postby Beardy » May 9th, '11, 18:23

TheStoner wrote:Enjoyed the "pirate" episode. Most amusing to see one of the characters being shown as a bit of a rogue and swordsman. :wink: :lol:


I didn't like that episode much. It wasn't bad as such...it just felt a bit like a waste?

Next week's looks good though - doctors wife aye!

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Postby TheStoner » May 9th, '11, 18:27

I think the episode will be more important than it seems at first. Definitely a couple of clues in there to big stuff later on. Water? Mirrors? SPOILERS! :lol:

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Postby Jean » May 10th, '11, 04:22

Does anyone else think the pirate captain will end up accidentally steering the ship into a star at the end?

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Postby Randy » May 10th, '11, 22:57

*spoilers*










I have a feeling that the events of The Big Bang 2 have caused two time lines and realities to start bleeding into each other.

Also I don't think The Silence are totally gone for good. I mean you don't introduce a new menace like that and then just get rid of them two episodes later. Specially with the voice that caused The TARDIS to explode when it said " A SILENCE WILL FALL!"
*end spoilers*

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