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Is it sad that, until reading this article, I never knew you couldn't whistle or click your fingers with gloves on? I can't whistle with my fingers or click my fingers, so you'll forgive me for being ignorant on the topic.
4 hours, 56 minutes ago on The Actual Plot Holes in Doctor Who
They mention in The DAY of the Doctor (thank you very much) that the High Council have their own plans. Therefor, the decision to wipe out all life in the universe wasn't the choice of all Time Lords, just the very high ranked ones. Presumably when Gallifrey was placed into a pocket universe, their plan failed as their was no universe to destroy. Shortly after, the rest of the Time Lords probably uncovered their plans and put an end to it. Not a definitive account, but that's what I imagine happened.
4 hours, 58 minutes ago on The Actual Plot Holes in Doctor Who
Time fixes itself...? Not the best solution, but it's the best I can come up with.
5 hours, 2 minutes ago on The Actual Plot Holes in Doctor Who
A very good article and it's about time that someone wrote it. I get annoyed about people nit picking Moffat's stories for plot holes and then just ignoring RTD's because he's a more liked writer. I'm surprised you didn't mention the U.N.I.T. dating controversy, that's one of the biggest and most recurring plot holes to date. Or there's the two conflicting Loch Ness Monster origins ("Terror of the Zygons" and "Timelash"). Good job and keep up the good work.
5 hours, 3 minutes ago on The Actual Plot Holes in Doctor Who
I'm sure that sometime between series 6 and 7 someone killed Mark Gatiss and replaced him with a competent writer, because both of his episodes this year were brilliant. I never would have expected to like a Gatiss episode, as all of his stuff was pretty bad (I'm looking at you Victory of the Daleks). Crimson Horror was probably the better of his two this year. It was good fun and I liked seeing the Paternoster Gang take the reigns for a bit, especially Jenny who finally received some character development. I also love the old fashion looking flashback. And then there's Mrs. Sweet, who instantly became my favourite human villain. More like this please Mr. Gatiss. 9/10.
12 hours, 7 minutes ago on Best of Matt Smith: The Crimson Horror
I fear anything like that is still a few months away.
12 hours, 13 minutes ago on Gatiss: Capaldi Changes Everything, Brings New Rules
David Tennant's first full outing was a minisode. The first minisode.
12 hours, 15 minutes ago on Gatiss: Capaldi Changes Everything, Brings New Rules
In all fairness though, Moffat and Gatiss are hardly going to say how horrible he is and how he's the worst Doctor ever are they? Terrible publicity.
12 hours, 16 minutes ago on Gatiss: Capaldi Changes Everything, Brings New Rules
I used to agree with that, but I thought that both of his series 7 episodes were brilliant, not to mention An Adventure in Space and Time. If he can keep up that level of writing, then I'll gladly welcome him back for the coming season.
12 hours, 18 minutes ago on Gatiss: Capaldi Changes Everything, Brings New Rules
You missed Charles Dickens and Queen Victoria for RTD and Winston Churchill, Richard Nixon and Queen Nefertiti for Moffat.
21 hours, 25 minutes ago on Bring Back… the Pure Historicals
I really must read these eventually.
1 day, 12 hours ago on Salt of the Earth Review
That's who I always write my mini-reviews first. Often I change my mind by the time I reach the end. Like this one was going to get a 6/10, but ended up getting a 7/10, and I've had much higher changes than that.
1 day, 12 hours ago on Best of Matt Smith: Journey to the Centre of the TARDIS
I feel that there was a lot of missed potential in this one. I had some pretty high expectations for it, as I think most did, and it just didn't live up to them. That aside, it was a pretty alright episode. I think the time zombies looked pretty lame, but that's probably about his gruesome looking they can go on a family show. It was no award winning masterful piece of television, but it was still good fun. 7/10.
There' already a book and an Adventure Game about the gunpowder plot.
1 day, 13 hours ago on Bring Back… the Pure Historicals
I like the idea of visiting an ancient Silurian occupied Earth. They can only do so much when they bring Silurians into the human world. About time we put some humans (and a Time Lord) into the Silurian world.
1 day, 21 hours ago on Bring Back… the Pure Historicals
Big Finish does good Doctor Who everything.
2 days, 3 hours ago on Bring Back… the Pure Historicals
Thank you. I'll bare that in mind.
Well I finally sat down and wrote it. The idea for this one came out of a conversation in the comments from an earlier post where we were talking about this. I suggested a feature article on it and the idea seemed popular enough, so here it is. Thanks for supporting my fourth feature article. I've sent in a fifth, I hope it's posted to at some point.
2 days, 8 hours ago on Bring Back… the Pure Historicals
Yes. As much as I want pure historicals back, if by some fluke of chance I somehow found myself directing Doctor Who, I'd want to be directing something with aliens or robots or something in it.
Well I think that would be about the only pure historical they could do that could be set in Australia. Australia has, quite frankly, a very boring history, and most what it does have wouldn't make great Doctor Who stories. One of the very few disadvantages to living in Australia is that we have very little history.