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@Malohkeh @Planet of the Deaf Or Teletubbies.
2 months, 1 week ago on Last Christmas Allegedly “Too scary” for Kids
Moffat have you thought about taking those rose tinted glasses off.
2 months, 1 week ago on Moffat Defends In the Forest of the Night Science Criticisms
Would have been nice if Steven Moffat touched on these things more in the episodes, you could create some great dialogue to confirm to the audience these aspects of Claras personality and her relationship with the doctor.
2 months, 2 weeks ago on Moffat Explains “Clara Who”
@The Dreamer wants her Who Christmas NOW! @OliverTrussell @The Lazy Cat is Santa Paws I do think it was a clever idea, but I wish the whole process was fully realized. I stopped believing the moment cyber pollen water trickled into Danny's morgue, up the table and all of a sudden you get this hulking great fully armored Cyberman. If Moffat had to go the Cyberman route he could instead, get Missy to find a way to send Cybermites to graveyards around the globe to animate the bodies; that could be the first stage. Then get these cyber corpses to make their way to a cyber conversion unit for stage 2 and final conversion. Yes it complicates things a bit but it would have made the process more believable. Plus I reckon the cyber corpses could be spectacularly creepy. Of course, that's just my idea of how it could have been done in a better way.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Steven Moffat: An Era of Forgotten Things
@The Dreamer wants her Who Christmas NOW! @OliverTrussell @The Lazy Cat is Santa Paws Yeh I know he explained it. What I'm saying is that's it's just a bit silly. The Cyber Men felt forced in there.
@The Lazy Cat is Hanging Out With Jenna Coleman Moffat definitely needs one of those. A second head writer in charge of characters. And someone to let him know when he's being silly, for example: "Steven, water that rains from the sky onto graves and creates a cyberman exoskeleton from nothing is a bit stupid, try this instead..."
I voted for "Capaldi flies solo" because Moffat has proven that he cannot write for companions... Unless the companion was just as enigmatic and bonkers as the doctor, that could suit Moffat better.
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Clara, or a New Companion for Series 9?
It would make sense to have her come back occasionally because even though we've known her for about 2 series' Moffat made her a huge part of The Doctors life. Moffat could do with Clara in S9 what RTD did with Martha Jones in S4.
3 months ago on A Hint on Jenna Coleman’s Future?
@Avor @Not the real McCoy Could be Strax, he's diddy.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on 2014 Christmas Special TV Trailer
@SonicTheHedgehogRules If there's one thing we can be sure about it's what happens when we die isn't like Dark Water. Thankfully.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on BBC Defends Dark Water Complaints
@TheAbsofBoe hearTheMistresscallingforherTARDIS @OliverTrussell Ah thanks it's been a while since I watched that ep. Maybe she just purposely chose a new body, that would definitely be in her character. Especially now that the Doctors got a new face.
3 months, 4 weeks ago on Dark Water Advance Preview
I'm going with the theory that Missy is River Song. I think she would have to have changed bodies because her old one was destroyed in the library when she sacrificed herself to save the doctor. As for the afterlife thing it was established in the 'Forest of the Dead' that everybody who died in the library was temporarily saved to the biggest computer in the universe. Perhaps Missy/River is doing this on a larger scale? That's just my theory anyway. In regards to her motives or goals I got nothing.
4 months ago on Dark Water Advance Preview
@Chronos the Fannibal Gotta show off them shiny new cameras.
5 months, 1 week ago on Rate & Discuss Time Heist
@Master Michael Moon @OliverTrussell @ilyootha That's what keeps me going :')
@ilyootha What an insult to Handles memory :(
@EternalVortex @OliverTrussell Strax is funny and all but you can only handle too much of him :)
@EternalVortex Psi and Saibra>Paternoster Gang
It was decent enough, better than Thompson's previous scripts. The thing I've noticed about him is that he tends to overshoot... Thinking about it now I noticed there were a LOT of scenes squashed in there. Some nice computer generated scenery that provided some welcome grandeur BUT the terrible, terrible film sets persist. Maybe sometime in the future Doctor Who will be able to do alien worlds right, I look forward to that occasion. 7/10 from me I reckon.
I'll say yes because I want there to be a monster. Perfectly happy for it to remain in mystery for the rest of the show but maybe we'll come across it in another episode down the line, I don't mind.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Poll: Listen – Was there a Monster or not?
@DrainOfMorbius It should just be Strax, maybe a bit less of him though...
6 months ago on Face-Off: The Eleventh Hour vs Deep Breath
The Eleventh Hour was just amazing, it doesn't really matter about the weak adversary, this episode was all about introducing Matt Smith and what an amazing introduction it was. After watching it I eagerly looked forward to the rest of the series... Then we got The Beast Below...
Good episode, full of Moffat brilliance... as well as Moffat cringe *cough*Paternoster Gang*cough*. A few really great stand out scenes all of them featuring Capaldi; the very first scene on the shore of the Thames, the alleyway tramp scene and the restaurant scene. All of which instill confidence in me of Capaldi's ability to play a great unique doctor.
6 months ago on Rate & Discuss Deep Breath
I found Jack to be an immensely interesting character caught in an immensely interesting dilemma with the whole immortality thing.
7 months, 1 week ago on Barrowman on Jack’s Future, Capaldi Critics
@G_Unitt Yeah, it seems like the writers keep trying to one up each other with how crazy they can make the consequences. Whether it's Russel T Davies making the Daleks trying to erase everything in existence apart from themselves. Steven Moffat making the TARDIS explode, which creates essentially just a variation on the first example. The writers seem to have it stuck in their heads that it needs to be the Doctor saving an entire planet/universe or the episode with be boring.
7 months, 2 weeks ago on Where Doctor Who Could Improve and How
The Doctors Wife juust cut ahead of the girl in the fireplace for me.
11 months, 1 week ago on Series 1-7 Face-Off: Episode 4
Don't understand why people dislike this. Of course there is room for improvement but there are some really interesting aspects to this episode. It features everything that defined the Matt Smith era; silly humor, a fast moving plot, timey wimeyness... It also features great performances, Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman especially. A 9/10 from me.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Time of the Doctor
I was kinda hoping that the master would be a bit less villainous the next time he showed up. As a result of him finding the source of his insanity and exacting his vengeance in "The End of Time." However I think he should by no means be a "good guy" he should still be entirely unpredictable.
11 months, 3 weeks ago on Major Series 8 Villain Revealed?
@DasManiac third time lucky.
11 months, 4 weeks ago on Series 8: Episode 4 & 5 Writers Confirmed
@andyot7777 @OliverTrussell @Moxx Oh my bad. Yeh I meant tentacle face.
11 months, 4 weeks ago on DWM #471: 50 Years of the Daleks
This episode was kinda boring.
12 months ago on Best of Matt Smith: Cold War
@Moxx As long as they keep finding new ways of including them, they can stay. I like the Moff's idea of insane Daleks, not such a fan of the half dalek-half timelord from s3 though :p
12 months ago on DWM #471: 50 Years of the Daleks
Would have gone 6/10 but brought it up to 7/10 because of Matt Smiths speech and the reference to susan.
12 months ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Rings of Akhaten
@Meh Meh Meh Meh Meh So you like them when they are done well? Makes sense :p
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Wedding of River Song
7/10 Bits of brilliance in there. Although I don't think the whole "all of time is happening at once" thing was handled particularly well.
@Fez_Wearing_Dalek Well technically it was the deeply hereditary human trait to protect ones own genes.
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: Closing Time
7/10 for me. Great concept, but I feel like it could have been so much better.
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: The God Complex
But... the Sontarans were never scary. I dunno in my opinion bringing back potato men as comic relief is the best way to bring them back.
1 year ago on Unpopular Opinion: Strax
I always thought the clockwork droids were scary and awesome. Would not complain to see them back again. It'll be interesting to see how they are worked into the story if they are indeed returning. The term "droid" is quite a broad term and could mean any kind of robot though.
1 year ago on Series 8: A Returning Character & Monster
@Oodkind Well I thought Time was good :p But yeh it seems like he's set a nice trajectory with the whole Gallifrey thing, I like the idea of having a clear direction. I thought it was clever how he linked it in with the cracks in time as well. I'm interested to see what he does with Series 8.
1 year ago on Steven Moffat on his Doctor Who Future
@DaireConstantineOReilly Didn't you like The Doctors Wife? Nightmare in Silver was meh but I though that was more the fault of the production team.
He should continue to be the head writer until a suitable new one comes along. At the moment I don't think any of the current writers cut it. I had good feelings about Neil Gaiman but he's only penned two episodes so far and I don't think he really wants to.
This article is pure poison. That is all I have to say.
1 year, 3 months ago on Conversation @ http://www.newrepublic.com/article/115533/rupert-sheldrake-fools-bbc-deepak-chopra