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I'm a whovian and a Spaniard, and as such I have a couple of issues with your comment. First: Your use of the English language makes me cringe. Second: I consider it an honor, that Doctor Who would film in my own country. I know it is a British show, but it has fans world wide. Doctor Who doesn't belong to one country, or even the BBC, it belongs to the fandom. All of us, whether we're British, Spanish, American, male, female, etc.
1 month, 2 weeks ago on Series 9 Filming in Spain
I voted for Tennant, I am fan, but I'm most definitely NOT a girl, and I can prove it too.
2 months, 4 weeks ago on Who is YOUR Doctor? The Results
Because they were unit officers in disguise
3 months, 2 weeks ago on Rate & Discuss Death in Heaven
After the episode ended, I stared at the screen for a few minutes. I generally love Moffat finales, but this one left me wanting more. Dark Water was a great setup, and maybe my expectations were to high, but the last part of the episode didn't feel right to me. I think Clara deserved a better exit. Those last 20 minutes or so were anticlimactic for me. To me , a 7/10 would be generous. Maybe a 5? I'll have to rewatch it though...
43 years and 9 Doctors, and the FIRST black full time companion comes along. the VERY first. Times change, and so must Doctor Who. The idea of regeneration itself hadn't been tried before, and wasn't canon of the show until it happened. If these changes didn't happen, there wouldn't be 50 uears of Who. A stagnant show is a show that ends up getting cancelled.
3 months, 3 weeks ago on Capaldi and Moffat on the Master’s Gender Change
If you listen to Zagreus (one of my favorite eight Doctor stories) Rassilon's computer gives a small description of how regeneration works biologically (at least as far as science fiction is concerned). Also, you find out that humans look Gallifrean. And since Big Finish is canon...
The 8th Doctor is my favorite by the way, and if you haven't listened to the Big Finish series with him, please do. THEY ARE AMAZING!!!
3 months, 3 weeks ago on A Study of Regeneration: Lord or Lady?
But the reason we blame one person or another is to explain why we like things or not. What is the reason you don't like those modern art pieces? I'm guessing it has more to do with choices the artist made. Blame may sound like a harsh word. I could say: "The reason I don't like Twilight is because i didn't like the way the script was written, or the way the characters were portrayed". I'm giving a valid argument as to why I don't like Twilight, but if the writer had written the script different, or the actors portrayed the characters differently, then I would have liked it. So, the fault or blame is just the reasoning behind not liking or liking somthing
3 months, 3 weeks ago on 2nd Opinion: Dark Water
Before you comment on anyone's opinion, don't be a pudding brain, think about how the Doctor has taught us to be respectful of different opinions and attitudes. Ask yourself if the Doctor would be happy with you're response.
Maybe I should clarify that I didn't mean that you'd blame the writer for being a bad writer, or the actor for being a bad actor ( though at times that may be the case i.e. Kristen Stewart), but instead you blame them for doing something in a way you didn't like it done. You can't blame yourself for something you don't like if you didn't create it in the first place.
If you don't like the way a show is being written, the only person to be blame is the writer. Just like if you don't like the acting, you blame the actor. And not liking the direction a show runner has chosen for a show is sign of a valid opinion, we all have our likes and dislikes. It doesn't imply outgrowing the show. The show has such a large history and so many directions it has taken, that you're bound to find a period of it you don't like. Love, another Moffat fan.
You know, I'm not convinced at all that Missy is The Master. She could be any other Time Lord (or Lady). Posing as the Doctor's nemesis would be the perfect way to get into his head. I personally wouldnt mind if the Master became the Mistress, but something's not convinced me that is the case now. Moffat likes to at with our heads. He's like the Dream Lord.
In order for that to work though, he'd have to have a replica of his TARDIS that was dying, and he'd have to pretty much destroy a planet (it looked pretty bad before he let the TARDIS fall), and place a whole bunch of tombs. Not to mention getting the GI to kidnap and hurt the gang so that he and Clara would go there in the first place.
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Rate & Discuss Listen
I think the Doctor's/Clara's speech about fear is the perfect example of a bootstrap paradox. Yes, the Doctor only gave it to Rupert because Clara gave it to him as a kid, but Clara got it in the when she heard the Doctor give it to Rupert earlier in her timeline
This is just my own head canon, but I like to think that the first Doctor didn't listen to her either way. From what I've seen, he probably wouldn't have listened to a random Gallifreian when running away from his planet and his people.
Didn't the Time of the Doctor basically prevent the Docotr from dying on Trenzalore? In which case, Clara never entered his time stream, and wouldn't have been in the background of Classic Who. So what's the big deal with Clara? I don't think she's had that much of an impact on his entire life. At least not more than any companion, save getting him some regenerations, but even then all she did was to ask the time lords.
Think about this: how does Santa fit all those toys in the slay? It has to be bigger on the inside. How does he make it to everyone's house, in one night? He must be able to travel in time and space. How long has Santa been alive? He must have some kind of trick to cheat death.
So, does Santa have a TARDIS? And more importantly, could he be a Time Lord?
5 months, 2 weeks ago on Nick Frost Cast in Christmas Special
He's the Jar Jar Binks of Doctor Who
1 year ago on Unpopular Opinion: Strax
I love this story. I always cry with that final scene in the museum. You know the one. And if you don't, please watch this episode. Drop whatever you're doing and watch it.
1 year ago on Best of Matt Smith: Vincent and the Doctor
He got engaged before the other Doctors arrived, so maybe he remembers that much, and right at the end of DOTD he went back to check on her? After all, they still needed to get that portrait together for 11 to find in the gallery.
1 year ago on To Know Thine Self: What can or can’t the Doctor know about his future selves?
I'm not sure, but I was under the impression that the Doctors don't remember the events of meeting each other, so presumably they won't remember each other after? Or maybe there is some weird timey wimey explanation like how 5 looked older in Time Crash.
What of instead of the 9th Doctor being featured in the 50th, The eighth had? Personally I like Paul better than Chris.
1 year ago on What if… the Ninth Doctor was the War Doctor?