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4 hours, 36 minutes ago on From 1-12: Who is YOUR Doctor?

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Heh heh...then you also have the judgemental people who believe that you are a loser for listening to jazz and classic rock and who think that you are an assertive jerk just because you are a feminist. What has this generation got into? Where have we gone wrong?

*Justin Bieber starts playing on the radio*

...oh. Of course. That's the reason. May Lorde save us all. (Not that I'm a fan of hers, but she's great as a person.)

4 hours, 37 minutes ago on From 1-12: Who is YOUR Doctor?

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...*stares* Y-you saw...what...of all the generations, I had to be born into the one where society is obsessed with photoshopped models, misinterpreted theology and poor attempts to recreate the British Invasion. *sighs* The Sixties and Nineties were definitely a treat...wish I could have been born in those decades.

4 hours, 48 minutes ago on From 1-12: Who is YOUR Doctor?

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Because such is the mindset of several shallow-minded horny teenage girls on the Internet who give the rest of us fangirls a bad name. *glares at most people I have encountered on my blog*

12 hours, 17 minutes ago on Doctor Who In Perspective 1963-1966

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Great article! While I have not watched so much of this era, this piece makes me want to do so come Christmas vacation (:

While The First Doctor is not my favourite, he was one of the earliest and best done examples of character development in television, which I love. Barbara, Steve and Ian were great. Susan and Vicki were entertaining, if a bit annoying at first. The rest of the companions were...pretty meh.

12 hours, 22 minutes ago on Doctor Who In Perspective 1963-1966

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Y-you were a teenager in the Sixties? That means you got to watch the debut of Doctor Who and listen to Beatles and Rolling Stones on the radio constantly and see Sleeping Beauty and the Jungle Book and Mary Poppins in cinemas...*dumbstruck*

12 hours, 39 minutes ago on From 1-12: Who is YOUR Doctor?

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Hmm...how I became a Whovian, you say...

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away...

Wait, no, wrong series.

For every generation there is a Slayer.

Err...no, that's not it.

NATTTS INGOMYA BAGHITI BABA

...does that even make sense?

I WAS BORRN IN A CROSSFIRE HURRICANE!

...actually, that's pretty awesome. I'm not even going to attempt to tell the truth, I really was born in a crossfire hurricane. It's as simple as that.

Either way, wherever I was born in I somehow ended up in the fourth floor of an apartment located in some dingy little Southeast Asian island. I went to a private school, hoping to eventually get a degree in the fields of culture, literature and art, but much to my chagrin, that turned out to be the worst decision of my life. My classmates turned out to be folk who thought that all African Americans liked rap, considered Twilight to be better than The Chronicles of Narnia and had never even heard of Queen.

'Wherever shall I get my inspiration?' I mused. 'It seems that I must resort to my Internet peers.'

'Try Jane Austen,' they said.

'But I do not like the classics,' I replied (I was something of a fool at the time)

'Read Harry Potter,' they recommended.

'I have already read it a dozen times,' I sighed.

'Watch Sweeney Todd!' they proposed.

I gave them weird looks. 'Are you serious?'

They shrugged. 'If all else fails, then turn to Doctor Who.'

'Doctor Who?' I asked curiously.

They groaned. 'Do not remind us of Series 6, as we are still recovering from it!'

'Are you sure you want me to watch this show?'

'Of course!'

So I used the magical power of Wikipedia and the even more magical power of TV Tropes. The show seemed interesting;however, I was confused. So, there was this individual named Doctor Who? And he traveled around using a tar-dees or something to that effect? He had a companion named Rose and another one named Martha? He changes faces or something? He likes bow-ties, frizzy hair, top hats? Do not skip Nine?

'It seems I must watch the show to get to the bottom of things,' I decided. So I decided to start with The Eleventh Hour.

I was blown away by the episode; the witty dialogue, the magnificent soundtrack, and the talented acting surprised me. The thing I liked most about the episode was the so-called 'Doctor', who sported a suit and bowtie;he was rather charming. 'I am beginning to understand why there are so many memes of this show,' I murmured.

I then learned that the episode I had watched featured the Eleventh Doctor, who was played by actor Matt Smith. I also learned that he was leaving in December of that year. I frowned:I already liked him so much! I decided to continue with his arc up till the latest episode, The Name of the Doctor. By that point I decided that I loved the show, and I went back to the eras of Nine and Ten. Once I had completed New Who, I declared it as my favourite thing. Ever.

'It is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in November!' I cried out. 'Mother, what month is it?'

'September,' she replied as she flipped through a magazine.

'Oh, dear,' said I. 'Two whole months, what should I do?'

I looked up facts some more and found out that there were more than 200 stories in the classic series, so I decided to watch some of them. It was just as appealing as the new series:Tom Baker and Peter Davison became my favourite Doctors, unfortunately.

'Sorry, Matt,' I said as I sadly emitted my favourite Doctor list and pused him to #3. (Currently Peter Capaldi is my favourite Doctor, and Matt is at #4.)

Despite this, I still loved New Who and I eagerly anticipated November 23. At last the time of broadcast was released to the press. I was outraged. 'I will be asleep by the time it airs! I will have to wait for November 24! Curses!'

So on November 24 after church I ran home and head over to steaming services to watch the 50th. It was, of course, amazing.

There are other stories, of course. There is the time I made several odes to Matt Smith on Christmas Eve, and there is the time I tried to make time speed up faster while waiting for Series 8. There is the time I got into an argument over on my Instagram Doctor Who blog and the time after Mummy on the Orient Express when I declared 'Okay, I love Twelve.' But that is how I became a Whovian, and how Matt Smith became my Doctor.

The End.

16 hours, 19 minutes ago on From 1-12: Who is YOUR Doctor?

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David Tennant and Peter Capaldi break out of actor's retirement home to catch 100th Anniversary Special

'There wasn't any cable, you see,' they complained when they showed up at a shocked Matt Smith's doorstep while he was watching the anniversary special with his grandchildren.

Poll:Is The Clara Oswald Cameo In The Latest Episode A Bit Too Much?

Vote in our latest poll.

Moffat Apologises To Kid When He Hears That Episode Scared Him

After all these years.

1 day, 4 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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*cough* Doctor Who Legacy *cough*

1 day, 5 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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Well, Doctor Who merchandise is hardly sold here, so burning and YouTube are the only options unless you're going to buy everything from Amazon...

1 day, 6 hours ago on 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Review (Part 1)

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But you could just burn this whole thing on a disk and you can't do that to video games for the 3DS :c

1 day, 7 hours ago on 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Review (Part 1)

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Unforgivable. I must choose between this box set and the new Pokemon game! Whyyy

1 day, 7 hours ago on 50th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Review (Part 1)

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There are so many people here who have watched the show ever since the 60's and 70's! It's kind of heartwarming to see the original fans of the show grow along side it (:

1 day, 9 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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I know, but it could have been more entertaining if the BBC went like 'frick you, Wrong Direction, we have Mick Jagger's hip thrust what do you have?'

1 day, 10 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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To this day I do not know why they invited the Rolling Stones or the surviving members of the Beatles instead.

1 day, 11 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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Actually, the Sorcress and the Queen is my idea. I'm also planning for a major Indian character to be in it and for the Queen's sister to be interested in a religion other than Christianity...all that representation's going to take awhile to perfect, you see :p

1 day, 15 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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Can you just imagine forty nine years from now?

Today at 7PM:Doctor Who's One Hundredth Anniversary! Don't miss the return of the Twenty-First Doctor!

Make sure to buy The Beatles:100 Years of Rock And Roll, our largest album to date, out now!

NEWSFLASH:Disney has made their first lesbian Princess in latest feature, The Sorceress and The Queen. Response suprisngly very positive, many praise film

Sherlock Season 4 Date Soon To Be Announced!'

1 day, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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Wait, how did that comment get duplicated? The Mistress must have something to do with this...

1 day, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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...it's been one year since the 50th?

...huh, I feel so old...I joined the fandom a few weeks after Name of the Doctor aired, so that means I've been in the fandom for over a year now 0-0

Happy Birthday, Doctor Who! :D Only forty nine years left...

1 day, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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I remember going to the library and opening our biweekly issue of Time and seeing In The Numbers and realizing that Doctor Who had broken a record. I felt so proud!

1 day, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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First time we've seen the Doctor as a child. Also first time we've seen the First Doctor since the Five Doctors (not counting Day of the Doctor). This technically means Matt Smith is no longer the youngest actor to play the Doctor.

1 day, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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...it's been one year since the 50th?

...huh, I feel so old...I joined the fandom a few weeks after Name of the Doctor aired, so that means I've been in the fandom for over a year now 0-0

Happy Birthday, Doctor Who! :D Only forty nine years left...

1 day, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who’s 51st Anniversary

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To me it was a bit more mature and dark than the previous series of the revival. Also, we did have a new Doctor who was more serious than Matt...

3 days, 6 hours ago on Moffat on His Series 8 Worries

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Tough choice between Delagdo and Ainley, but I'll have to go with Ainley since I've seen more of him.

I don't really dislike any Classic Who Master, though. ...not even Roberts. Though that was mostly because his acting was so hammy it made reading/watching commenatires of the TV Movie more enjoyable.

3 days, 12 hours ago on Face-Off: The Masters (Classic Era)

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I get what Peter was trying to say, but Jerk With A Heart of Gold is a very popular trope currently. As long as he's more sarcastic/grumpy/impatient/insert whatever negative-but-not-too-negative adjective here than mean, viewers will pretty much like him.

...in fact, he already replaced Four and Five as my favorite Doctor after only eight episodes. Fairly likable to me, though not in the way Peter is talking about.

4 days, 7 hours ago on Capaldi Didn’t Want Twelve to Be Likeable

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'Would you like to stay forever?'

-Granny Fa, Mulan

In all seriousness, I love Capaldi as the Doctor and he certainly needs to stay until at least Season 10. However, I don't think he'll stay as long as Tom Baker. While response to Twelve has been quite postiive, the early fans of the show adored Tom, hence the extremly high ratings of his era.

Furthermore, while I am not saying this will happen to the show (and I hope it won't) there is such a thing as Seasonal Decay, or even worse, Jump the Shark. Tom Baker's last two seasons were generally good and they even had some of the greatest Who classics of all time (City of Death, Logopolis), but they weren't as glorious as his previous seasons IMO. I would love if Twelve to stay for three to four more seasons but I'd be wary of anything over that.

Then again, it's Doctor Who, it managed to stay great for nearly fifty one years, who knows?

5 days, 5 hours ago on Capaldi Doesn’t Plan to Regenerate “For a While”

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8.The Sound of the Drums/The Last of the Time Lords-Erm...I don't like this finale all that much. I don't hate it, or even dislike it, but for me all the good parts are canceled out by the pure narm in these pair of episodes...had potential, but ended up being my least favourite finale. (6.5)

7.The Wedding of River Song-Basically has all the issues of the above pair of episodes, but I feel that it was more enjoyable by an inch, probably due to the acting. (7)

6.Army of Ghosts/Doomsday-These episodes were pretty good, though my ability to like them was cut short due to Rose/Doctor (seriously, where did that come from?) and some pretty bad bits of dialogue. (7.5)

5.The Stolen Earth/Journey's End-Ah, here's where I start to truly like the finales. Aside from the Meta Crisis Doctor(I don't believe he was the worst thing RTD did, but he could have been handled better) and some other varying issues (including Donna's fate) these episodes was pretty much awesome. (8.5)

4.The Name of the Doctor-Brilliant acting and a great story but as some others pointed out the pacing gets dull at times. And it really isn't a finale in theory. Still a very good episode. (8.6)

3.Dark Water/Death In Heaven-Dark Water was perfection! Death In Heaven...eh...it was good, but still a bit clunky...(8.8)

2.Bad Wolf/The Parting of Ways-Series I only got better and better as it went on and it finally reached a peak in this here pair of episodes! (9.5)

1.The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang-Genius! These episodes were stunning both visually and emotionally as much as Bad Wolf/The Parting of Ways. The only reason why it tops it is because the last ten minutes of both episodes are seriously some of the most epic I have seen in the show and RORY. (9.8)

5 days, 10 hours ago on Finale Face-Off (Series 1-8)

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...by emotionally hurt, I meant 'Continually sobbing about lost loved one for the rest of his/her life'.

5 days, 11 hours ago on Moffat Can’t Confirm Jenna Coleman for Series 9

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Great article! It's great that there hasn't been a major RTD/Moffat debate on the threads today so far, and that we're just celebrating all the good the man has done for the show on his birthday. 

5 days, 15 hours ago on Steven Moffat: 10 Triumphs

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@Switcharoo  *stares at computer for a full minute*


*begins to chuckle nervously*

*coughs*

*scrolls down and tries to pretend that I never read that*

*fails*


5 days, 15 hours ago on Steven Moffat: 10 Triumphs

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While Clara is my favourite companion tied with Donna (sass!) and Martha (representation!) I wouldn't mind her leaving. It would be a pity to see her go, but I feel her story is coming to an end.

...hold on, I realised that if Clara does leave after the Christmas Special and survives (I doubt Moffat would be as so heartless as to kill a companion during Christmas. Sure, he did kill Victorian Clara, but it was for the plot, and this is the last episode of the season technically...) she'll be the first Moffat era companion to leave without being dead or heavily scarred...o-o

5 days, 18 hours ago on Moffat Can’t Confirm Jenna Coleman for Series 9

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Great choices here, though I disagree with you slightly on some choices.

While the Silence were pretty good villains I felt that their story was a bit too muddled on first viewing, hence my enjoyment of them was limited. My favourite Moffat monsters are the Weeping Angels, and the Hider (if it really does exist).

I love both Time of the Doctor and Christmas Carol but wouldn't put in them the top 6-I would switch them with The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances and The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang. Not bad choices at all, though!

And I definitely agree with you on the Top 5 Tricks! As long as he doesn't make them too complicated Moffat's twists are really something.

5 days, 19 hours ago on Moffat’s Best Monsters, Tricks & Stories (So Far)

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It's funny, look closely and you can see that he's reading a novelisation of Doctor Who and the Daleks. He's probably thinking something along the lines of No, no, this is wrong, who the heck wrote this book?

6 days, 7 hours ago on Happy Birthday, Steven Moffat!

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Ah, thank you! I got a bit...distracted for some time, that's all...

*6 months ago*

Me:OMG I LOVE DOCTOR WHO SO MUCH AND I CANNOT WAIT FOR SERIES 8 TO COME OUT GHHH

Mysterious Voice:Clara.

Me:*looks around* Who's interrupting my fangirl sessions?

Mysterious Voice:Clara, there are other things to life than a show about a kooky old alien taking humans out for field trips.

Me:...really? Gee, I never knew. Well, there's Disney and Sherlock and Harry Potter, but...

Mysterious Voice:Not everything is about staring at a television screen or about staring on a leaf of paper with made up words printed on it.

Me:Hmm...prove it!

*Aluminium Cd suddenly drops out of the sky and lands on my face*

Me:Ow! *rubs nose* What is this thing, anyway?

Mysterious Voice:Put it in the dusty recorder over there.

Me:Er...okay? *puts CD in recorder*

Recorder:ONE AND ONE AND ONE MAKES THREE! I SEE ALL THE GIRLS DRESSED IN THEIR SUMMER CLOTHES! THIS IS MY GENERATION!

Me:Oooh! *starts mindlessly humming to rock songs*

*after some time*

Me:Awh, it's ended! Wait, what time is it anyway? *turns back to computer and refreshes page*

DARK WATER ADVANCED REVIEW!

Me:...ay, carumba.

*flashback ends*

...I'd rather not talk about it.

6 days, 7 hours ago on Capaldi Turned Down 8th Doctor Audition

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BBC Representative Over The Phone:Hello, Peter, we've heard that you're a fan of Doctor Who, would you like to audition for a new TV Movie?

Peter:Sure, where's it held?

BBC Representative:America, the film's taking place there. Fox's hosting the movie.

Peter:...never mind. *hangs up phone*

6 days, 10 hours ago on Capaldi Turned Down 8th Doctor Audition

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I agree with most of your rankings-but how dare you associate the writer of one of the worst episodes of New Who with one of the greatest bands in the world?! :p

6 days, 16 hours ago on Doctor Who TV Readers’ Final Series 8 Episode Ranking

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@Liana21 There's a corrected one now. I can't link to it, but just type 'Unshaved mouse wordpress' and look at his latest blog post. 

5 months ago on Weird and Wonderful

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@TakeTheType40 @MaraBackman If they wanted to invite a British musician in the first place, they could have just invited Paul McCartney, or anyone on Broadway...or practically anyone else. 

5 months, 3 weeks ago on The Fox in the Box: Thoughts on Foxes’ Casting

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The Rings of Akhaten was worse than the latter JNT era, most of Season 16, The Seventh Doctor's first season and Love and Monsters? ...HOW. 



5 months, 4 weeks ago on The Top Stories & Doctors (According to DWM 2014)

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First Pokemon Generation 3 remakes confirmed, and now this. This is going to be one exciting year! :D

6 months, 2 weeks ago on Capaldi on Track to Be “One of the best Doctors ever”

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'Oh, no, I've already had to say goodbye to eleven... Doctor Whos.' Not a fan of Hurt, eh, Sheldon? :p


6 months, 3 weeks ago on Weird and Wonderful

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@Master Michael Moon  If the Disney movie is anything to take by, they already know how to burst into big musical numbers. Why not iPhones? 

6 months, 3 weeks ago on Doctor Who Series 8 (2014): What We Know UPDATE

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Arthur needs to sing Poor Unfortunate Souls from The Little Mermaid now. I shall kidnap him and force him to do so. *evil laugh*

6 months, 4 weeks ago on Weird and Wonderful

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Is it me, or do they accept fake emails? *laughs evilly*


7 months, 2 weeks ago on Vote The Day of the Doctor for BAFTA TV Award

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New Theory: In terms of canon,  'Nightmare In Silver' actually comes after 'The Rings of Ankathen' and before 'Journey To The Center of the TARDIS!'

The Doctor: She’s a mystery wrapped in an enigma squeezed into a skirt that's just a little bit too... tight.

TARDIS:

TARDIS:

TARDIS:I am the only sexy one around here do you understand



7 months, 3 weeks ago on Why Does the TARDIS Dislike Clara? Moffat Teases Answers

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*The Eleventh Doctor was going to lose a leg at some point

Okay, we all know that Moffat was going to use this one until his wife begged him ‘Think of the children!’ Right?

Oh, this is Clara Prefect, by the way. Shocking, eh? :p









7 months, 3 weeks ago on Smith’s Regeneration Was Originally More Brutal & Troubling

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How are these all episodes of high quality? Only half of them are good. 

8 months ago on Series 1-7 Face-Off: Episode 5

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@Polyphase @GaryKingston  There's no point in growing up if you can't be childish sometimes!

8 months ago on The Second Doctor: Five Favourites

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I ship it.

...Twelve and River, not Twelve and Tegan. 


8 months ago on Weird and Wonderful

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*sees the Snowman at No. 12*W-what? How could you do this? The Snowmen deserves to be in the Top 10! Its power flurries through the air into the ground! 


8 months, 1 week ago on Best of Matt Smith: Results (12-06)

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