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Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« on: 05 Sep 2012, 07:30 »

So, there's already an Eleventh Doctor thread, but when I tried to post in it, I got a message that said to consider starting a new thread because the other one hadn't been posted in for over 180 days.  So I started this one.

So, I liked the season premeire.  How 'bout the rest of the Who fans here?

Also, should be spoiler discussion of plot points and the like?  I kind of think that we should, at least until the episode airs in Australia this Saturday.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #1 on: 06 Sep 2012, 05:49 »

We don't worry about reviving old threads like the previous management did; there are times that it's perfectly sensible.  I can't turn the message off, but I've already lengthened the period before it complains (it had been set at 60 days before I got at it).

But new threads are cool too.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #2 on: 06 Sep 2012, 06:18 »

I enjoyed it, I feel it's time Amy and Rory left the TARDIS, which they're in the process of doing.  I do have a friend who has a problem with the whole
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #4 on: 07 Sep 2012, 04:14 »

It's a share electrostatic memory,

And wiping the entire Parliament of the Daleks was implied to be unintentional, so she probably didn't even know she could do it.
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« Reply #5 on: 07 Sep 2012, 07:46 »

All true, it will be interesting to see how the Daleks will continue without any memories about their "Predator" especially with "True" Daleks back into the mix.

Rumor has it the Sherlock star Benidict Cumberbatch has been seen with John Simms talking about The Master's regeneration,  Think it'll happen this season or too soon after he got caught in the time lock?
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #6 on: 13 Sep 2012, 01:31 »

Next season. 50th birthday bash, I suspect. Also: multiple doctors, please?
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« Reply #7 on: 10 Oct 2012, 08:13 »

Next season. 50th birthday bash, I suspect. Also: multiple doctors, please?

And Jack.  Can't do it without Cpt Harkness
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #8 on: 11 Oct 2012, 05:14 »

That is certainly what he said.

After thinking about it for a bit I sort of feel that the Ponds get ditched rather ... easily. Good episode, certainly but a bit ... short?
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« Reply #9 on: 13 Oct 2012, 12:21 »

The whole of this run was a bit short! I was disappointed, I was all set for at least eight episodes.
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« Reply #10 on: 13 Oct 2012, 09:26 »

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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #11 on: 16 Oct 2012, 11:57 »


After thinking about it for a bit I sort of feel that the Ponds get ditched rather ... easily. Good episode, certainly but a bit ... short?

I was extremely disappointed in Amy and Rory's exit.  In some ways, the episode was better than I'd given it credit for.  I watched an on-line review of it by MrTardis, and he made the point that it handles the emotional content of their departure very well, but the logic of the episode is very bad.  I suppose that he's largely right, but I had the same reaction as the P.I. at the end of the intro--"You gotta be kiddin' me".  The thing with the Statue of Liberty was stupid, stupid, stupid.  Had it only been used once, later when we were already invested in the emotional context of what was happening, it might not have been so bad, but when it was used so early, with a character we know or care nothing about, it made it just too easy for me to keep thinking throughout the episode, "this is stupid" and be so distracted by that thought that I never really connected with the emotions.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #12 on: 17 Oct 2012, 02:49 »

I also don't get why the Doctor could never see them again. OK, so it wouldn't be safe to land the TARDIS in New York again. Why not land it somewhere else and catch a train like a normal person?! A normal person with time travel ability, granted, but still...
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #13 on: 17 Oct 2012, 05:54 »

Next season. 50th birthday bash, I suspect. Also: multiple doctors, please?

Christopher Eccleston has said he won't do it and well we've lost the first three plus the actor, Richard Hurndall, who also played the first Doctor in the Five Doctors is dead.

Pity actually.

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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #15 on: 18 Oct 2012, 03:06 »

Next season. 50th birthday bash, I suspect. Also: multiple doctors, please?

Christopher Eccleston has said he won't do it and well we've lost the first three plus the actor, Richard Hurndall, who also played the first Doctor in the Five Doctors is dead.

Pity actually.

McCoy, McGann, and both Bakers have said at times that they'd do it, but then said at other times that they're too old now.  So a multi-Doctor story might end up with just Davison, Tennant, and Smith.  And maybe cardboard cutouts of the others--which would still be better than floating, disembodied heads.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #16 on: 19 Oct 2012, 09:14 »

McCoy, McGann, and both Bakers have said at times that they'd do it, but then said at other times that they're too old now.  So a multi-Doctor story might end up with just Davison, Tennant, and Smith.  And maybe cardboard cutouts of the others--which would still be better than floating, disembodied heads.

On the other hand, all four of those are doing the Big Finish audio books currently.  That would probably be doable. 

Granted they probably already have something set up and at least scripted.  Not sure what the filming status is for the current season.

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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #17 on: 20 Oct 2012, 07:37 »

Not sure exactly about the filming schedule, but the director hasn't been announced for the season finale, so I'm pretty sure it's not filming yet.

OTOH, I expect that the 50th anniversary stuff won't really kick off until the 8th (34th) season starts next fall.  And I would think that if they're doing a big, multi-Doctor story, it won't be just one 45 minute episode, and probably not even just a 2-parter.  I'd think likely something along the lines of a 4-parter, unless they do it like "The Five Doctors" and have what amounted to a TV movie instead on a regular-length episode.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #18 on: 02 Nov 2012, 03:36 »

Maybe they'll bring Carole Ann Ford as Susan with a "What do you mean you're the last of the Time Lords?!?!"

Of course I just did a lookup and discovered that she's 72.  Same problem as above.  i thought she was still acting.

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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #19 on: 11 Nov 2012, 03:15 »

So the Christmas episode won't be the 50th special?

I had issues with The Angels Take Manhattan. It wasn't as good as I'd hoped but this season was a definite improvement over last season, which I kind of hated.

If they don't bring Ten back for the 50th anniversary, I will cry. I do love him.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #20 on: 16 Nov 2012, 08:33 »

So the Christmas episode won't be the 50th special?

I had issues with The Angels Take Manhattan. It wasn't as good as I'd hoped but this season was a definite improvement over last season, which I kind of hated.

If they don't bring Ten back for the 50th anniversary, I will cry. I do love him.

No, the 50th anniversary is next November. 

I wouldn't say that I hated last season, but it was, overall, disappointing.

Other than The Angels Take Manhattan, this season has been much better IMO.  First 2 episodes were great;  the next 2 were merely OK, but OK Who is better than most TV.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #21 on: 19 Nov 2012, 02:48 »

If i am to be hypercritical, (And i will, it's in my nature and i love it) Is the fanbase of Doctor Who is worse than any episode i'll watch of it, People here are great fans, they express what they don't like about it.

but recently i had the misfortune of being beget by a bunch of fans who hated Dr Who because "He regenerated" Yknow, the David Tennant fanboys/girls, I loved David Tennant, but i always knew that eventually he had to go, and he was replaced by someone who plays the Doctor just as well, what people fail to realise is that each incarnation of Dr Who is SUPPOSED to be different, people hate Matt Smith because he's not David Tennant, That's a fucking STUPID reason, Admittedly the episodes haven't been spectacular, but they are still good, But i am honest to god ashamed of this fanbase, It's like the Portal fanbase all over again who had a shitfit over Portal 2 not being identical, but would have complained if Portal 2 WAS identical...

 - Irate Dr Who Fan who hates people who can't just enjoy a program or if they don't enjoy it, then have a valid reason other than (He's not DT) Course he's not DT, He's not supposed to be, that's the whole concept of "Regeneration"
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #22 on: 20 Nov 2012, 06:34 »



Who's this David Tennant? 
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #23 on: 20 Nov 2012, 06:41 »

Huh - that's merely the third Doctor.

The real thing:


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« Reply #24 on: 20 Nov 2012, 06:49 »

I know, but he's the one I grew up with, courtesy of the CBC.  Which I guess is the point - the Doctor you first knew is the Doctor all others are held up to, and so these poor Tennant people are just expressing the same feeling we all get when something they love changes. 

Premature nostalgia. 


Although I have to admit, I really was a Tom Baker (4th) fan, too. 
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #25 on: 20 Nov 2012, 10:34 »

Welll ... I only have a shaky relationship with ... 1, 2, 3, 6, 8. The others I'm cool with. And it's not as if I grew up with Tom Baker.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #26 on: 15 Dec 2012, 06:50 »

My first doctor was Christopher Eccleston; I think I preferred David Tennant and I loved Matt Smith's Doctor. So it isn't always your first who you like best. CE was a bit odd to me, DT was funny and MS was fun.
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« Reply #27 on: 15 Dec 2012, 03:40 »

CE was PTSD Dr. Hence weird.
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Re: Doctor Who Season 7 (or 33)
« Reply #28 on: 18 Dec 2012, 02:42 »

Also:

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« Reply #29 on: 18 Dec 2012, 03:27 »

I think I will forever be put off David Tennant because of an ex girlfriend who had no interest in doctor who but owned EVERY episode with him in it. I got the impression a lot of other women I knew felt the same way, only watching the seasons with him in it and ignoring the others, kinda pissed me off. I wasn't a huge fan of Matt Smith at first but he's grown on me SO much! Eccelston never really had a chance to make much of an impression, but that comes with only doing on season.
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« Reply #30 on: 23 Dec 2012, 01:30 »

Here's the new inside of the Tardis
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« Reply #31 on: 23 Dec 2012, 05:45 »

New? I don't remember there being a problem with the old one...
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« Reply #32 on: 23 Dec 2012, 11:54 »

It didn't look tacky enough.
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« Reply #33 on: 30 Dec 2012, 03:49 »

They change it every season.
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« Reply #35 on: 02 Jan 2013, 12:25 »

They change it every season.
I thought it was pretty much the same throughout Tennant's run?
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« Reply #36 on: 02 Jan 2013, 08:03 »

I think it changes every Doctor, not every season.  Though it didn't used to.  Pretty sure it was the same damn set through the first four or five doctors...
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« Reply #37 on: 02 Jan 2013, 08:09 »

Well, they had to paint the original black and white set in colours when colour TV arrived... :P
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« Reply #38 on: 02 Jan 2013, 02:12 »

I think it changes every Doctor, not every season.  Though it didn't used to.  Pretty sure it was the same damn set through the first four or five doctors...

ecelston & tennet both used the same tardis, it only changed when they brought in matt smith, in part because they were switching to HD.
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« Reply #39 on: 05 Jan 2013, 01:36 »

Are you sure? I thought it changed subtly every season.
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« Reply #40 on: 05 Jan 2013, 02:04 »

For most of the third Doctor's run (Jon Pertwee), the Tardis was broken, he was completely stranded in one place and time.  Hell, I didn't even know he had such a thing until I'd been watching for nearly half a year...
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« Reply #41 on: 06 Jan 2013, 08:21 »

The new design is really tacky and shitty looking, but I guess I hated Matt Smith at first too, now I love him...
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« Reply #42 on: 22 Mar 2013, 07:39 »

As one who grew up watching the 4th Doctor first I have to say he is still my favorite and pretty much the standard I hold all others to. I have come to really enjoy 1, 2, and 3 over the years, still have some issues with those after TB perhaps because I did not like the change as a kid either.

CE is my favorite of the new seasons. Really wish we could have had another series with him bit now that he has given some interviews I understand why that did not happen. It would be nice if they would go into longer storylines like the old series. I understand that is is nice to have everything wrapped up in one episode but I think some stories would be better served if told over several episodes.

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« Reply #43 on: 22 Mar 2013, 07:41 »

Oh yeah, can't wait for next week to find out that all of my theories about dalek girl are wrong.
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« Reply #44 on: 22 Mar 2013, 05:20 »

Here's the new inside of the Tardis


Cool.  That Console harks back to the original one from the early days. 
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« Reply #45 on: 23 Mar 2013, 08:46 »




Yeah, I like it.
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« Reply #47 on: 23 Mar 2013, 10:51 »

Right, that does it. 


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« Reply #48 on: 24 Mar 2013, 04:42 »

i also rather like the new blue tardis, from what little i can see of it. the last one was always a bit overly whimsical for my taste.
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