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Capaldi doy! But Gomez was great as well
3 days, 19 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards #15: Outstanding Debut
6 rose higher than ever before and fell so much further (yes that was a reference to A Good Man Goes to War which is a definite high
7 was mostly meh and easily the weakest
8 was the second strongest with even the lows had admirable aspects.
But series 5 was when I was most excited for Doctor Who. It was new fresh and exciting and the stories were excellent even if Matt's acting wasn't as good as 6 and 7 (JUST TO CLARIFY! HE WASN'T BAD! HE WAS JUST FINDING HIS FEET THAT'S ALL!!!!!)
4 days, 19 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards #14: Moffat Series
I honestly don't mind. He did all he could to the show and he did appear in the 50th so I'm content.
4 days, 22 hours ago on Tennant Won’t Be Returning Again Anytime Soon
Mummy on the Orient Express had me hooked from start to finish :D
Followed by Flatline (Clunky beginning but it got really good once the Boneless arrived and the tiny TARDIS jokes are priceless)
And Listen (great ideas and a brilliant ending though some segments were better than others [I preferred the bedroom scene than the end-of-the-universe scene] and it isn't very rewatchable)
5 days, 18 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards #13: TV Story
They are all very good and keep me interested. But Listen, Mummy and Flatline just gave me chills. especially listen
6 days, 20 hours ago on Best of 2014 Awards #12: Pre-Title Sequence
1. Series 5 (yet to be topped with exciting episodes and the best story arc I have seen on Doctor Who)
2. Series 8 (not a truly bad episode in there as all had their merits especially the Mathieson duo)
3. Series 6B (despite Let's Kill Hitler and The Wedding of River Song being two of Moffat's worst the rest were great with The Girl Who Waited being my favourite NuWho story)
4. Series 7A (despite yet again the first and last ones being ridiculously overrated, the 3 in between are very stylised and well done in terms of how fun they were)
5. Series 6A (ok it had the Doctor's Wife, A Good Man Goes to War and the silence two parter, The Curse of the Black Spot was so painfully bad and the ganger two parter so painfully meh it's hard not to put it this low)
6. Series 7B (wow have they ever been so consistent in quality in that I mean all ok but forgettable. With the exception of The Day of the Doctor there hasn't been anything that good or memorable)
1 week ago on Best of 2014 Awards #11: Writer
Jamie Mathieson wrote the best episodes I have seen in Doctor Who for a long time. So he's my pick for best writer
Ben Wheatly. Now was he wonderfully weird?
1 week, 3 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #10: Director
Deep Breath, It started the 12th Doctor's theme
1 week, 4 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #9: Music
YAAAAAAAAAY A TWO PARTER WRITTEN BY ONE OF MY FAVOURITE WRITERS :DDDDD CAN'T WAIT!!!!!!!
1 week, 5 days ago on Toby Whithouse Two-parter Confirmed for Series 9
Flatline purely because of the Boneless (the flowiness of their 2D form and the rigid stumbling versions of their 3D form)
1 week, 5 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #8: Visual Effects
Why I picked the Boneless.
Robot Knights- Generic
Listen Entity- wait there was a monster?
The Teller- Very good but its motivations and 'don't do this' gimmick that we've since lots of times before let it down
Skovox Blitzer- PAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA just no XD
Spider Germs- Well designed but poorly executed
The Foretold- Brilliant make-up with a great gimmick (the 66 seconds thing was genius) slightly let down by its motivations
The Boneless- Very unique and brimming with imagination!
The Kantrofarri- Sorry guys I don't see the appeal. The dream idea was cool and the sound design was creepy but it was underused and it was another monster that you can't do anything with (e.g. don't think about them which is WAY too much like The Teller)
1 week, 6 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #7: New Monster
The Boneless. Quite possibly the most uniquely designed and most original monster the show came up with for a looooooooong time
Clockwork droids were only good because of the Half-face man. The Cybermen were just useless so it has to be the Daleks who actually improved and they were intimidating at times
2 weeks ago on Best of 2014 Awards #6: Returning Monster
another two enemies I would like to see return are the Sea Devils (maybe in a paternoster story since Vastra is a Silurian) and Sutekh since we didn't see his full power in the Pyramids of Mars
2 weeks, 2 days ago on 9 Predictions for Doctor Who Series 9…
Missy even though I'm not entirely convinced she is the Master
2 weeks, 3 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #5: Best Villain
Looking at the list, with the exception of Shona and possibly Maisie, the female guest cast is pretty poor :( I'm going with future companion (I hope) Shona
2 weeks, 4 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #4: Female Guest Actor
this is a toughie but I'm going to go with Santa Frost :)
2 weeks, 5 days ago on Best of 2014 Awards #3: Male Guest Actor
Oh Missy you're so fine,
You're so fine you blow my mind.
2 weeks, 6 days ago on Best of 2014 #2: Recurring Actor
really? You're going to ask us that when there's a new Doctor about?
3 weeks ago on Best of 2014 Awards #1: Lead Actor
5/10 Santa was awesome, the dream crabs were intriguing, the stuff with Danny was actually pretty good and the supporting cast were memorable. However the inception stuff was repetitive, the sleepers were underused and that ending. UGHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!
1 month ago on Rate & Discuss Last Christmas
I'm not happy :( Is there anything more they can do with her??? (Also her dying of old age would've been a perfect send off)
1 month ago on Clara’s Fate & Series 9 (Spoilers)
You see Moffat? You've made the Master the subject of Fan Fiction!
1 month ago on Weird and Wonderful
how is that scary? It looks like Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors (I've yet to see it obviously but seeing as how Moffat [under]uses his monsters lately, I have my doubts)
1 month, 1 week ago on Last Christmas Allegedly “Too scary” for Kids
@supermoff of C.L.A.R.A. can't wait for Christmas! @JolomontheCube Phew for a moment there I thought Moffat went mad. (I mean he's old enough to be her dad. It was bad enough with Matt and River)
1 month, 3 weeks ago on New Last Christmas Clips in BBC Festive Showreel
(seeing the update) Moffat are you drunk or is something else going on?
So I guess the Dream Crabs possess the humans and they become Sleepers
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Last Christmas Promo Gallery
I'm still not sure about Moffat. Whilst none of his stories were bad per-se they didn't have the wow factor that Blink or Silence in the Library had (with the exception of Listen which proves he is capable and has no excuse botching things up)
1 month, 3 weeks ago on Moffat Says He’s Not Running Out of Ideas Yet
Ok Moffat, as long as they're the most original ideas ever, I'm sold
so... could santa be a dream?
1 month, 4 weeks ago on Frost on “Gangster” Santa, Last Christmas Monsters
@Malohkeh @JolomontheCube well I meant personality wise. She a sassy woman who wants to snog the doctor and dresses smartly. Gomez was fantastic but I think another writer should tackle her. Honestly, as open as I am to a female Master, the way the character was written made her seem more like the Rani.
2 months ago on Face-Off: The Masters (Final)
Delgado WAS the Master. Missy was just a female archetype with a touch of John Simm.
My first doctor was Eccleston. Funny thing is, when I first watched Rose when I was 7, I didn't recognise him as the doctor, it was only after did I realise who it was. And I was shocked and gutted when he regenerated (a feeling that may never happen again due to public events)
2 months ago on From 1-12: Who is YOUR Doctor?
DAN STARKY?????? How did Strax become an elf?
2 months, 1 week ago on 2014 Christmas Special: Children in Need Clip
This is a great article. However, the threat levels weren't that high in the Name of the Doctor (the Whisper Men barely did anything). If you wanted threat, try Deep Breath. That involved Clara struggling to hold her breath as she navigated through lifeless humanoid robots with no hope of escape.
Also the half-faced man burned a whole dinosaur. Tell me that isn't awesome :D
2 months, 1 week ago on Steven Moffat: 10 Triumphs
series 5. It was amazing, a bombastic first half for the excitable (like me) and a quiet second half for the emotional (also me). This is for everyone :)
2 months, 1 week ago on Finale Face-Off (Series 1-8)
No Blink? I'm surprised
2 months, 1 week ago on Moffat’s Best Monsters, Tricks & Stories (So Far)
Happy birthday to the king of trolls :)
2 months, 1 week ago on Happy Birthday, Steven Moffat!
@Push_to_88mph Series 8 worked because it toned the situations down whilst series 7 got too big for its britches
2 months, 1 week ago on Doctor Who TV Readers’ Final Series 8 Episode Ranking
My scores and verdict for each episode (in best-worst order):
Flatline: 10/10- A Friggin' Masterpiece and the most original doctor who in a long time and it made me like Clara (which is weird)
Listen: 9/10- Whilst the doctor does need to stop speaking trailerese and the date scenes are bad. This is the smartest episode of the series because it made me question whether or not there was an alien the whole time
Mummy on the Orient Express: 8/10- A great mystery that keeps me on my toes with the best supporting cast of the series. Docks points for quick ending and waste of Foxes
Time Heist: 8/10- Thrusts me right into the action and kept me engaged from start to finish. Even if Ms. Delphox is a clone of both Karabraxos and every Moffat female character.
Into the Dalek: 7/10- It took them 6 years but we finally got a good Dalek story again. It was definitely fresh with (finally) exterminations. I could've done without Danny's scenes as they feel out of place and Journey Blue was the only good supporting character.
Deep Breath: 7/10- It did its job well by successfully introducing Capaldi's doctor (with flying colours) and had an awesome villain and climax. However IT DID NOT NEED TO BE 75 MINS LONG!
Dark Water/Death In Heaven: 7/10- Whilst the finale stumbles in its nonsensical moments, it was still a solid finale with Michelle Gomez playing a fantastic female Master
Robot of Sherwood: 6/10- Honestly, I wish there was more to offer in this episode because the premise was promising. I did enjoy it though so I guess it was good.
The Caretaker: 5/10- Blimey was the Doctor horrible to Danny? And that Skovox Blitzer was wasted. It has its funny moments though and I liked Danny here at least.
Kill the Moon: 4/10- If it got rid of the spiders, the redshirt astronauts, gave Courtney more of a use and focussed more on the dilemma. This episode could've been great. At least the ending was great...
In the Forest of the Night: 4/10- WHERE'S THE THREAT????? IF THERE'S NO THREAT THEN THE EPISODE WILL JUST BE BORING!!!!!! (not to mention it was environmentally preachy). The setting was decent though.
@supermoff It could also backfire because the hype could make you disappointed for a bad dalek story
2 months, 1 week ago on Moffat: Daleks Are Not A Contractual Obligation
Nick Frost as Santa. That cannot be more awesome
2 months, 2 weeks ago on 2014 Christmas Special TV Trailer
Nick Frost as Santa? SOLD
2 months, 2 weeks ago on 2014 Christmas Special Plot Hints
Utopia was unexpected. Dark Water was guessed by half the fans
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Face-Off: Utopia vs Dark Water
Me likes this. I'm hooked and I want to see where this goes
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Poll: The Missy Reveal
@Thomas Thomas yeah I wonder how many people will realise that the Master has snogged the Doctor
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Rate & Discuss Dark Water
I can't rate it yet since I have to see death in heaven but this looks promising
I love the idea of bi-polar aliens
2 months, 3 weeks ago on Stories from the Dark: 5 Wholloween Story Ideas
This is slightly unrelated but I love the new look on the logo and 'eyes'
2 months, 4 weeks ago on The Dangers of Heaven
Vincent and the doctor. most emotional episode ever
2 months, 4 weeks ago on Face-Off: New Writer Debuts