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Re: Doctor Who

Post by Rex on Sun Apr 21, 2013 2:04 pm

When Doctor Who starts out, The Doctor is very selfish and childish. His character greatly develops over time, and the humans Ian and Barbara teach him compassion. Then he becomes basically...the most compassionate being in the universe. The Doctor is the best!
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Post by Guest on Mon Apr 22, 2013 12:22 am

the last ep was good, can't wait for the next

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Post by TheCreator on Tue Apr 23, 2013 1:56 am

Rex wrote:When Doctor Who starts out, The Doctor is very selfish and childish. His character greatly develops over time, and the humans Ian and Barbara teach him compassion. Then he becomes basically...the most compassionate being in the universe. The Doctor is the best!

Heh good to know. I finished the second serials (again, it was really boring but slightly less than the first one) and i was thinking to just watched the last one and move on to the second doctor. I think i will see the episodes that are still real episodes and not radio dramas.
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Post by Rex on Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:34 am

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Rex wrote:When Doctor Who starts out, The Doctor is very selfish and childish. His character greatly develops over time, and the humans Ian and Barbara teach him compassion. Then he becomes basically...the most compassionate being in the universe. The Doctor is the best!

Heh good to know. I finished the second serials (again, it was really boring but slightly less than the first one) and i was thinking to just watched the last one and move on to the second doctor. I think i will see the episodes that are still real episodes and not radio dramas.

There are far more available episodes of the first than the second, be warned before you move on. I'm almost up to the fourth now, rewatching third because he's my fav so far.
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Post by TheCreator on Fri Apr 26, 2013 6:31 am

No problem, that's actually a little better since i really want to rush the fourth one.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by Rex on Sat Apr 27, 2013 7:48 am

I'm officially at the Tom Baker stage. I don't know if I like him yet over Pertwee, but hey, he's the Doctor. I will say this, his scarf is fucking awesome. It's like 20 feet long.
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Post by TheCreator on Mon Apr 29, 2013 5:34 am

New ep out.


Very interesting. Fun to see those many places we never got to see before.

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Btw rex, what do you think about Clara? Along with a friend we've a theory about her being some kind of TARDIS or at least having to do with one (not precisely with the Doctor's one, just a TARDIS). Nobody knows how a TARDIS is made, and since it's alive it might be something similar to an evangelion. Plus, the TARDIS doesn't like her so she might be jealous or something like that.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by WolfWood37 on Sun May 19, 2013 8:08 am

So the Who finale just happened, oh boy.

So what that was the 12th? or the zero? I'm confused.

As for River, that also didn't make sense. She was the Library River?
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Post by CluelessNeko on Sun May 19, 2013 8:19 am

Dat last ep.
just lost for words.
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Post by TheCreator on Mon May 20, 2013 4:11 am

Saw it.

Veeeerryyyy cooool. Dat cliffhanger.

I was right about Clara, in the end she was
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Scattered among different timelines trying to save the doctor

About River
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It was a little bit weird how they handled that but, the river that appeared in the tea party was from before she went to the library. The ghost one, was an eco that remained because of her connection to Clara...

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I'd say that yes, he actually is the zero (the first one in fact). I'd also say that his secret is none other the destruction of the daleks/timelords in the Time War. I supposed that the twist is that he actually was trying to save the universe from the timelords, not the daleks (the dales were some kind of bonus xP). However, i'm quite sure this was implied in Tenant's finale so i'd supposed the secret is actually something even more obscure.


The one thing i really hate, is that november is really far away.
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Post by WolfWood37 on Mon May 20, 2013 5:18 am

Yes November...I absolutely LOVED how they put the other Doctor's in this episode, CGI or stunt double, very awesome.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by Rex on Wed Aug 14, 2013 8:24 am

I bought this season on bluray!

WolfWood37 wrote:Yes November...I absolutely LOVED how they put the other Doctor's in this episode, CGI or stunt double, very awesome.
Not all of them though. I didn't even see Patrick Troughton, maybe I need to watch it again. The fourth needed a bigger spot too, dependent on how many years he had the role. In the classic series, i'm up to the second version of his timelord companion, Romana. City of Death is one of my favorite serials now, and it's only the second in the season! Can't wait to see this year's Christmas Special of course. I don't know why they announced the Doctor before they showed the regeneration though.

TheCreator wrote:Saw it.

Veeeerryyyy cooool. Dat cliffhanger.

I was right about Clara, in the end she was
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Scattered among different timelines trying to save the doctor

About River
Spoiler:
It was a little bit weird how they handled that but, the river that appeared in the tea party was from before she went to the library. The ghost one, was an eco that remained because of her connection to Clara...

About the cliffhanger
Spoiler:
I'd say that yes, he actually is the zero (the first one in fact). I'd also say that his secret is none other the destruction of the daleks/timelords in the Time War. I supposed that the twist is that he actually was trying to save the universe from the timelords, not the daleks (the dales were some kind of bonus xP). However, i'm quite sure this was implied in Tenant's finale so i'd supposed the secret is actually something even more obscure.


The one thing i really hate, is that november is really far away.
Zero? John Hurt is Thirteen from what I saw. You know who is one and will always be one. Matt Smith said that he (the thirteenth) was the one that gave up the name The Doctor. We know it's the thirteenth because Peter Capaldi is the twelth.

Okay nvm I read he's the true eighth regeneration(9th doctor before ecclestone), OR the eighth doctor grown old.

Check this site and these comments omfg, real die hards:

http://www.kasterborous.com/2013/05/how-leaks-are-spoiling-doctor-whos-50th-spoilers/
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by TheCreator on Sat Aug 24, 2013 11:49 pm

It's been long, how you are doing?


Actually, yes i've also read that he might be the eighth or even that he really is the ninth but since he dropped the doctor's name, when he regenerated the new him (eccleston) just didn't count him as a true "him" for whatever horrible thing hurt did.

I'm still not sure if he really is the doctor or at least one of the THE doctor's regenerations. He might just be another time lord, one that escaped the time's bubble.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by Rex on Mon Sep 02, 2013 9:43 am

I'm doing well, Creator. Yourself?

The show introduces him. "Introducing John Hurt as The Doctor", so there's your answer. Anyway I'm up to Peter Davison's second season. He's not Tom Baker, but he has his own traits to differ from the long scarfed Doctor. He actually is a lot more reminiscent of a culmination of all 4 Doctors in one, constantly throwing old nostalgia out there for the viewers.
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Post by TheCreator on Tue Sep 24, 2013 1:53 am

I've just started Tom Baker with it's first serial "Robot", it's terrible XD.

After watching The Three Doctors and Planet of the Spiders i believe even more that John Hurt is not one of the Doctor's regenerations.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by WolfWood37 on Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:21 pm



Looks like the Doctor count is now officially off.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by WolfWood37 on Sun Nov 24, 2013 10:39 am

Did anyone else watch the 50th?

It was awesome.
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Post by Guest on Sun Nov 24, 2013 6:50 pm

I did

have to agree tho I wanted to see the master in this ep

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Post by WolfWood37 on Mon Nov 25, 2013 5:41 am

Master would have been awesome, but I still loved what they did. Including the 2 cameo's at the end.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by Guest on Mon Nov 25, 2013 6:59 am

WolfWood37 wrote:Master would have been awesome, but I still loved what they did. Including the 2 cameo's at the end.
yh also re watching the end of time specials adds to those episodes from what happens in this one

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Post by TheCreator on Tue Nov 26, 2013 10:37 am

Two cameos? Baker was one but the other one who was it? Did you mean Capaldi?

Thankfully i got to see in a movie theater. REALLY awesome. I saw lots of T-Shirts, one tardis dress, several tardis bagpacks and pins, one guy with a bowtie and like, four tenants (one was actually crossdressing).

If you didn't go to a movie theater you missed the "turn off your cellphones" clip done by a Sontaran (the popcorn thingy was supreme hahaha) and another one by Tenant and Smith that was quite funny too (in 12D!).

I was expecting something complety different (i was expecting to see Omega and/or Valeyard) but i enjoyed it very much.


It's really sad that we are really close to see Smith's end but i'm actually looking forward to Capaldi's grumpier, meaner doctor. I'm dying to see how Clara will react (though i would fucking love to actually see Amy and Rory react to the meaner doctor hahahaha).
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Post by WolfWood37 on Tue Nov 26, 2013 9:05 pm

Yes I meant Capaldi as the other cameo.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by TheCreator on Fri Nov 29, 2013 11:14 am

A little less than a month to see the much dreaded christmas special.
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Re: Doctor Who

Post by WolfWood37 on Fri Nov 29, 2013 2:48 pm

I wonder how everything will wrap up, there were so many unanswered questions throughout Smith's run...hell even Tennant still has a few mysteries left.
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