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#721 Offline ChocolateFrogs

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Posted Oct 05 2012 - 12:47 PM

Eccleston is a little hard to get into, but he grows on you (hopefully). I think that once you start watching Tennant you'll appreciate the way Eccleston handled Nine as having "survivor's guilt"--serious but still getting back into his playful Doctor mode. Ten sheds all of that at his regeneration and gets back to being goofy.Also some of the Series 1 stories are pretty epic around after Dalek.-CF
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Posted Oct 05 2012 - 01:32 PM

I've literally just started watching the show, honestly, like yesterday. I started with Christopher, and I'm currently making my way through his episodes.I have to say, it's pretty neat, but it doesn't seem quite as amazing as some people made it out to be, IMO.-Skar

By your avatar, I'm guessing you're on Tennant now?Because if you aren't, you'll see why there's so many fanboys/girls of him because he is a beautiful man a fantastic Doctor in many people's opinions.

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Posted Oct 05 2012 - 05:06 PM

Just watched it. I thought there was an episode a season or two ago where Amy and Rory have a kid or two in present day, or something? What happened to that? It was after they stopped traveling with Doctor for a while... and he saw them at the mall or something.

That was in Closing Time, and they didn't have a kid. They were speaking to just a random kid in the episode who recognised Amy from her adverts and such.- Tilius

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Posted Oct 06 2012 - 10:02 PM

So, finally watched The Angels Take Manhattan.
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Also, a nitpick about Series 7 in general: How old were Amy and Rory supposed to be? The flashbacks in Let's Kill Hitler establish that Amy and Rory are about the same age (As kids, Amy actually looked much older than Rory, but girls do develop earlier than boys). In Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, Rory says that he's 31. That's presumably in real-world time, given that Brian didn't question it. That makes Amy 30-ish in real world time as well. Then in The Power of Three, Amy estimates that they've spent an extra 10 years with the Doctor, outside their normal lives. So, that would put Amy and Rory at about 40, biologically speaking (And Amy's actress is what, less than 25?) And then The Doctor goes and comments on Amy's non-existent wrinkles... she looks fantastic for 40, you insensitive git!

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Posted Oct 06 2012 - 10:48 PM

Mmh. I think Moffat is considerably cleverer with Sherlock than Doctor Who, possibly because he doesn't have the sci-fi stuff to work with, and thus doesn't get to make up weird rules about how things work.Regardless, though, he does seem very smug about himself.

Maybe this it. Sherlock is so fantastic most of the time I can forgive him usually.

By your avatar, I'm guessing you're on Tennant now?Because if you aren't, you'll see why there's so many fanboys/girls of him because he is a beautiful man a fantastic Doctor in many people's opinions.

There is no need to cross that out. He is both. :wub:

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Posted Oct 10 2012 - 08:30 AM

MORE OLD EPISODE REVIEWSThe Gunfighters is kind of weird. While the story itself is okay, it doesn't feel like Doctor Who sometimes. Primarily because of the singing narrator.Still better than The Celestial Toymaker.
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Posted Oct 10 2012 - 10:21 AM

I quite liked The Celestial Toymaker. Well, I liked the novelisation of it. Never actually seen the story, so maybe that would change my mind. It's definitely an interesting concept and it didn't seem like it was badly executed.Singing narrator, you say? I confess, I am intrigued.
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Posted Oct 10 2012 - 10:43 AM

I'm never a fan of narrators, they're just cheap in general really.But singing? This I must see.
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Posted Oct 10 2012 - 12:35 PM

I think you just made everyone here who hasn't seen that episode want to see it, because we want to see just how the whole 'singing narrator' thing works out.
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Posted Oct 10 2012 - 01:52 PM

Saw that one a while ago. I personally found it quite entertaining, given how First Doctor episodes usually bore me.
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Posted Oct 13 2012 - 04:51 AM

They've released an unshot scene that reveals what happened to Brian after the end of The Angels Take Manhattan. It's very sad, but the ending is beautiful and bittersweet.
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Posted Oct 13 2012 - 08:04 AM

I did like that scene but I can see why they cut it since its virtually identical to the "letter from the past" scene from Blink
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Posted Oct 16 2012 - 12:44 PM

I quite liked The Celestial Toymaker. Well, I liked the novelisation of it. Never actually seen the story, so maybe that would change my mind. It's definitely an interesting concept and it didn't seem like it was badly executed.

I see what they were going for, and it could have been good - by the sound of it, the written version is - but the show was incredibly cheap and kind of annoying in parts. Maybe it was just me.Anyway, The Savages. This is actually a really good story. Unfortunately, all the episodes are missing so it's just a slideshow of blurry pictures. But I thought it was pretty good, considering how mediocre many of the serials had been before this.The War Machines is next, followed by the final two Hartnell serials. While I like him as the Doctor, I can say I won't miss his episodes that much (they were mostly pretty good at first, but...)

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Posted Oct 20 2012 - 01:34 PM

If The Doctor and Martha saw the moon landing a few times, as they said they had in Blink, then presumably they would have seen the part with the Silence in it, but not remember it, but of course remember seeing something that when The Eleventh Doctor saw the silence he would think "kill it on sight." Right?Gah paradoxes.-CF
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Posted Oct 20 2012 - 01:56 PM

I interpreted that line to mean that they had witnessed the moon landing in person rather than watching the live broadcast.

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Posted Oct 20 2012 - 07:50 PM

Doctor Who is one of my favorite shows of all time. I actually met someone who looks exactly like Matt Smith. He is on bzpower and is extremely smart and charismatic like Doctor Whos character.
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Posted Nov 07 2012 - 05:01 AM

Decided to watch The Three Doctors again yesterday. It's a great story, but it does have some truly awful special effects and monsters (and yes, I am judging by the standards of classic Who). Definite points for creativity, but shuffling blob monsters? It's also from the era where they decided bleeps = music. The acting's pretty hilarious at times, too - most noteably Omega's extreme over-the-top evilness and whoever the head Time Lord dude is. But still, it's a fantastic story with wonderful interactions between Pertwee, Troughton and the Brigadier that make it all worth it. Oh, and Hartnell's in there a bit too."So you're my replacements eh? A dandy and a clown!"
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Posted Nov 09 2012 - 05:09 PM

New Cybermen design. I think I like it.- TiliusEdit: Image over 500 kB linked.-Wind-

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Posted Nov 09 2012 - 05:11 PM

I'd only seen the sketch before, liking them in real life. Liking them very much
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Posted Nov 09 2012 - 05:51 PM

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Posted Nov 16 2012 - 06:13 AM

Two series' in a row with Cyberman stories?...Has someone been peeking at my Christmas list?
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Posted Nov 17 2012 - 05:58 PM

Sontaran in a tuxedo ranting at the moon.I'm in love.
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Posted Nov 17 2012 - 08:59 PM

Attack of the killer monster snow goons!Also, they're still messing with us as to whether it's the same Oswin or not...
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Posted Nov 18 2012 - 08:13 PM

I think the most reassuring thing I take from the CiN previews is the BANTER between Matt and Jenna. He had that with Karen and it showed on-screen, and replacing that was a big ask but they might have just done it. Looking forward to her now.Also looking forward to a Sontaran in a suit.- Tilius
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Posted Nov 19 2012 - 07:43 PM

I've been with DW for a looooooooooooooooong time: Like since I was probably about 3 or 4. I was first introduced to the third Doctor (Pertwee) and have been watching as many episodes as possible from all the Doctors. So many, in fact, that I've seen about seven with Hartnell, six with Troughton, five with Pertwee, twelve with Baker, four with Davison, (believe it or not) none with Baker!, only one with McCoy, the only one with McGann, all with Ecleston, all with Tennant, and the first series (and one episode of the new) with Smith. Not to mention the Three Doctors, the Five Doctors, the Two Doctors, and all of the new Christmas specials. Of course, I got way too happy when I heard that McCoy was going to be in the Hobbit! :P

If The Doctor and Martha saw the moon landing a few times, as they said they had in Blink, then presumably they would have seen the part with the Silence in it, but not remember it, but of course remember seeing something that when The Eleventh Doctor saw the silence he would think "kill it on sight." Right?Gah paradoxes.-CF

I actually believe that would be a retcon, the wretched thing that ruined the Prequal Trilogy in Star Wars, seeing as Martha was there before the Silence were even invented. And so few people care to glance back at the older episodes when making a new.

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Posted Nov 20 2012 - 01:26 PM

If The Doctor and Martha saw the moon landing a few times, as they said they had in Blink, then presumably they would have seen the part with the Silence in it, but not remember it, but of course remember seeing something that when The Eleventh Doctor saw the silence he would think "kill it on sight." Right?Gah paradoxes.-CF

I actually believe that would be a retcon, the wretched thing that ruined the Prequal Trilogy in Star Wars, seeing as Martha was there before the Silence were even invented. And so few people care to glance back at the older episodes when making a new.

The way I see it, the Silence thing was like an 'alteration' to the past. So it hadn't 'happened' yet when Martha saw the moon landing, the alterations to it are applied from the episode onwards. I don't know how much sense that makes. Probably none.Or some memories get lost in regeneration, particularly ones based on things that make you forget you saw them like the Silence.- Tilius

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Posted Nov 20 2012 - 03:38 PM

Of course, I got way too happy when I heard that McGann was going to be in the Hobbit! :P

It's McCoy in The Hobbit, isn't it?

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Posted Nov 22 2012 - 10:21 PM

Of course, I got way too happy when I heard that McGann was going to be in the Hobbit! :P

It's McCoy in The Hobbit, isn't it?

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If The Doctor and Martha saw the moon landing a few times, as they said they had in Blink, then presumably they would have seen the part with the Silence in it, but not remember it, but of course remember seeing something that when The Eleventh Doctor saw the silence he would think "kill it on sight." Right?Gah paradoxes.-CF

I actually believe that would be a retcon, the wretched thing that ruined the Prequal Trilogy in Star Wars, seeing as Martha was there before the Silence were even invented. And so few people care to glance back at the older episodes when making a new.

The way I see it, the Silence thing was like an 'alteration' to the past. So it hadn't 'happened' yet when Martha saw the moon landing, the alterations to it are applied from the episode onwards. I don't know how much sense that makes. Probably none.Or some memories get lost in regeneration, particularly ones based on things that make you forget you saw them like the Silence.- Tilius

That makes sense. It could be either, but I still bitterly say "retcon!"

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Posted Dec 18 2012 - 12:23 AM

There's a new minisode out that gives a bit more info on Vastra's background, and inspired a complete crack of a theory about one of Steven Moffat's other shows.

 

Now, consider the following points:

- Madame Vastra lives in Victorian London and is referred to as "The Great Detective."

-She leads a rather... alternative lifestyle for the time period, and has a very close relationship with her assistant. They call each other "my dear".

-She is occasionally consulted by the detectives at Scotland Yard to solve extremely difficult cases. She considers these detectives to be inferior beings and is quite rude and dismissive of them.

 

In other words, Vastra is basically Sherlock Holmes as a subterranean lizard woman.

 

Now, the interesting thing is that in Moffat's other show, Sherlock, there's a hint that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle did exist in that universe, and was successful enough in writing mystery stories to have made a pop-cultural impact that extended into the 21st century. But, obviously, he could not have written the Sherlock Holmes novels. 

 

So, my theory is that in that universe, Sir Doyle wrote stories about Vastra and Jenny instead of Holmes and Watson.

 

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Posted Dec 20 2012 - 03:20 PM

I'm going to choose to ignore that Elliot (the little kid) in The Hungry Earth quoted Sherlock Holmes, so that I can marvel at this wonderful theory and continue to irrationally push that both shows are in the same universe.


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Posted Dec 20 2012 - 03:48 PM

Or that the characters take turn being real.

 

In the Doctor's universe, Vastra is real and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote about Sherlock Holmes.

 

In Sherlock's universe, Sherlock is real (hurr) and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote about Vastra.


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Posted Dec 20 2012 - 11:14 PM

Yeah, I was thinking the "separate universes, mutually fictional" route. As much as I love Wholock crossovers, Sherlock Holmes existing in the same universe as the Daleks would not end well.

 

I mean, Sherlock's a genius.

 

The Daleks need genius...


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Posted Dec 20 2012 - 11:33 PM

Well, there's a strong possibility that they would never notice him, and that he'd end up just being randomly, pointlessly exterminated in one of their attacks on Earth. I don't think Daleks really do blogging, so Sherlock Holmes (or Watson, or Lestrade...) just ending up as, basically, a human speed bump seems quite likely to me in such a scenario.

 

There is, after all, not much clever can do against a Dalek when it's taking aim.


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Posted Dec 21 2012 - 04:09 AM

There is, after all, not much clever can do against a Dalek when it's taking aim.

Then how has The Doctor survived this long? :P

 

Has everyone seen the new TARDIS interior? If you haven't and want to, http://www.majhost.c...2-wide.jpg]here it is![/url]

 

I really like it. I mean, I'll have to wait for it to appear in the series to make a full judgement, but from what I can see, it is awesome.


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