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@DWTV @TardisBoy I sense sarcasm!
6 hours, 3 minutes ago on In the Forest of the Night Advance Review
@Antee991166 It's nowhere near the lightest story arc in all of New Who. It's considerably bigger than any of the RTD ones.
6 hours, 5 minutes ago on In the Forest of the Night Advance Review
Wow. Almost 11 million for the first episode is actually really impressive!
11 hours, 6 minutes ago on Doctor Who Series 8 UK Ratings Accumulator
1 day, 7 hours ago on Face-Off: Mummy vs Flatline
@doctorwhotvuk Huh, ok. Does it look good?
2 days, 7 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@doctorwhotvuk Is the tiger ever CGI?
2 days, 9 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@ahunter8056 The Eternity Clock was pretty good. Kind of.
2 days, 10 hours ago on The Doctor and the Dalek
@TARDlSkey @Calebxy Oh, I was still pleased to realise that it was on. I do enjoy watching it. But I'm not nearly as fussed about it as I used to be. In previous years, I would spend the entire day thinking about it, trying to find things to do to pass the time.
3 days, 18 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@Master Michael Moon As do I.
4 days, 5 hours ago on Next Time: In the Forest of the Night
4 days, 6 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
Something amazing happened. I only just realised that I had completely forgotten about the fact that Doctor Who is on tonight. I haven't been thinking about it in the slightest.
Ah well, I'm sure Person of Interest will remain perfect forever.
4 days, 7 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@TARDlSkey ... that's ridiculous. And hilarious.
4 days, 11 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@Gustaff What about the current UNIT dating problem?
@BollingerKnickers @yoshfiction I've felt that way since The Time of the Doctor.
4 days, 18 hours ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@TARDlSkey You should have showed her the clip of the Doctor giving Clara his things from the TARDIS.
@Christoph1337 I thought they were thoroughly scary in AotD.
5 days, 18 hours ago on Details on Episodes 9-12 of Series 8
@Sharaz_Jek @Calebxy @Gustaff The native Americans cut down an awful lot of trees, so when they were virtually wiped out, there was nothing to stop the trees from overgrowing the continent.
6 days, 9 hours ago on Details on Episodes 9-12 of Series 8
@MrRazza is wittily changing his name for each week One of my favourite bits is the bit just before that:
"What the anvil? what dread grasp,
6 days, 10 hours ago on Details on Episodes 9-12 of Series 8
@Gustaff @Sharaz_Jek I heard that there was a noticeable decrease in the Earth's temperature due to the sudden increase in the tree population of America after the Europeans went there and caused 90% of the natives to die of disease. I'd image that, if the events of this episode really happened, the Earth would get a lot colder very quickly.
@The Lazy Cat is Watching Some Clara Who 4
@Gustaff @Djornad @Chris502 The Flash has already started????
1 week ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@Gustaff Who keeps their lights on at night anyway?
1 week, 2 days ago on Kill the Moon: Who Was Right? Thoughts & Your Vote
@Gustaff @Calebxy So the term 'out of phase' has no out-of-Universe relevance? It's literally just technobabble? I just thought that, considering it was such a vital part of the mystery, the reason would be understandable to the audience.
1 week, 3 days ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@Gustaff @Calebxy But they said something about it putting something out of phase... or something like that? I didn't get that.
I still don't get the whole 66 seconds thing.
@The Administrator @Calebxy I would hardly say it made sense when the entire motivation, around which everything hinges, was addressed by a single, extremely quick line that's never expanded upon or repeated or anything.
1 week, 4 days ago on Rate & Discuss Mummy on the Orient Express
@The Administrator @Calebxy Talking to Clara at the beach would actually have been a perfect time for the Doctor to explain to Clara what it was. There was no rush.
@Andy R I would have been really annoyed if no explanation was given. I don't mind when things aren't explained, but not when they're made out to be mystical (which the Midnight entity wasn't).
@The Administrator @Calebxy Yes, but they could have then explained it slower after that.
@MetamorphmagusWho @Calebxy Definitely. Now I'm certain something really bad is going to happen to her in the finale.
My only major issue is that I wish the explanation behind the Mummy had been explained more thoroughly, rather than just a super-quick run of lines as the Doctor was about to die.
@VincentLalyman @NerdWithWings Seems quite a bit like The Crimson Horror.
Did anyone else get a massive sense of dread when Clara started joyfully telling the Doctor she wanted to continue travelling with him?
I'm really, really, really not looking forward to trying to write the science article for next week's episode.
1 week, 4 days ago on Conversation @ http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/discusswho/062014/
@BenIsacremeeggRhodes I'm certain he's connected to Missy.
@Ivegotkidneys is companionless! No, because with the creature dead it would have just floated there, collapsed into a ball, and had all the debris collect around it. The moon's gravitational effects would still be in force.
1 week, 5 days ago on Poll: Lights On or Lights Off?
@Beasts_a_Snarling Well, to each their own. But I feel 100% confident in my beliefs.
@Beasts_a_Snarling And what if the predictions of that religion are repeatedly correct?
@Beasts_a_Snarling For example, there are lots of prophecies in the Bible - particularly Revelation, which is virtually one big prophecy. So if a religion studies those prophecies, makes a prediction about something that's going to happen in the near future, and then it comes true... would you not take that as observable evidence that that belief system is correct?
@Beasts_a_Snarling Things can be observed in different ways. Events can be observed, and if certain events are key to revealing whether a belief is correct, then that can be observed. Not all beliefs make predictions only about what happens *after* death.
@Gustaff @Calebxy @Beasts_a_Snarling Indeed. And even more so when the scientific method of making predictions and seeing whether they are correct is employed.
@Beasts_a_Snarling I disagree. The existence of something can be deduced from observable effects.
@supermoff is on the Orient Express...in space! @Amy says Peter Davison is the Thirteenth Doctor! That is my headcanon! The dragon is an intergalactic caterpillar.
@Beasts_a_Snarling Wait, what?
@Beasts_a_Snarling I believe that there's an entity that created the entire Universe. But you think it's impossible that that same entity could sustain the Earth?
@Chris502 @Calebxy @Beasts_a_Snarling Not an afterlife; eternal life on an eternally sustained Earth.
@Chris502 @Beasts_a_Snarling See, this is why I like my beliefs.
@Gustaff @Calebxy @YaelMoise wonders if they'll reference the goddess @Beasts_a_Snarling YaelMoise.
@YaelMoise wonders if they'll reference the goddess @Gustaff @Calebxy @Beasts_a_Snarling What do you mean by that last sentence, if you don't mind me asking?
@Gustaff @YaelMoise wonders if they'll reference the goddess @Calebxy @Beasts_a_Snarling Why were you jabbing at religion if you're religious?