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I think that's just way too personal isn't it? Well, opinions usually are, obviously, but there are people who enjoy solving puzzles and there are people who...well, don't. I think that Series 8 has been just fine with it's arc. Missy doesn't even directly interact with the Doctor and Clara and though we love her cameos, I don't really see anyone saying "omg this episode didn't even have Missy what a waste of my time." Actually, we have Listen - no Missy and yet one of the most incredible episodes of Doctor Who.


And finally, sometimes people actually get it right - the whole mistery and puzzle stuff. Some people got pretty close on what was the deal with Clara's. 


1 hour, 45 minutes ago on The Trouble with Story Arcs

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@Amy is uniting the Earth Kingdom! I don't know but I think Gus is someone from Series 9 already. Moffat loves to foreshadow his villains and plots 

8 hours, 8 minutes ago on Questions, Questions: The Unsolved Clara Mystery (Part 2)

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this is kinda cruel. 

8 hours, 24 minutes ago on Face-Off: New Writer Debuts

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@stargazer0118 @_thomasilva @Clara Laurinda @GML381PC Why does it makes zero sense? Do you think that depressed people are depressed because no one's there for them? You're saying that just because there were happy moments around him, he shouldn't be allowed to feel bitter because of a War whereas loads of GENERATION of people died? He didn't even know who were the townsfolk of the last year of Trenzalore (he mistakes the young boy for another young boy). 



And he is grateful to her, he's still showing her the stars, isn't he? He's still trying his best to protect her, isn't he? It's just that his way of doing it is different from 11th's. Either if he should have more hope or not is open for debate - you can see lots of good things that happened in Trenzalore but you can see a lot bad too. The Doctor (or rather Moffat) feels more traumatized by the bad stuff than hopeful about the good. 


1 week, 1 day ago on 2nd Opinion: Flatline

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@Clara Laurinda @GML381PC He doesn't want to be. He just got out of the Time War and had to deal with 900 years of Trenzalore and almost died to the Daleks. He's a Survivor. He didn't come as a result of Rose's, Martha's and Donna's care like 9th and 10th, he didn't bond with Clara as he did with Amy and Rory when he was 11th. He is a bitter man and he is showing it like never before. :p (in his defense tho I do think he's kind every once in a while, just that he prefers to hide that)



1 week, 3 days ago on 2nd Opinion: Flatline

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@Master Michael Moon but it's pretty clear in The Night of The Doctor that 8th didn't want any business with the war. The only reason he went that far as to become a soldier was to end it because (in theory) he was the only one who could do it. He despised his actions so much as a Soldier that he wanted to die along with his planet and the Time War. If anything, the War Doctor, the Time War and Trenzalore ARE the reasons why he hates soldiers even more now. 


1 month ago on 12 Great Moments From The Caretaker

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@Planet of the Deaf @YaelMoise That was the only part of the relationship/date that annoyed me (the flat scene). However the rest felt quite natural. Lots of people act silly and "out of charachter" when around someone they like. I take the last scene as a sort of "rushed" ending, y'know. The episode wasn't rushed neither was its ending, but this part was a bit off, yeah. 

1 month, 2 weeks ago on 2nd Opinion: Listen

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I can see Moffat reading this article and taking notes :B I didn't know about the said barriers. This was quite enlightning, thanks!

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Making Sense of Listen’s Gallifreyan Gallivant

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@Mark McCullough The Name of the Doctor and the Doctor's Wife don't contradict each other. Clara only had to make First choose his TARDIS because of the influence the Great Intelligence was having on his time stream. Sure in that timeline she did that, but in an "original" one the TARDIS chose First alright as it should have been. Clara didn't get out with zero consequences: her mind was shattered in loads of pieces and most of them probably...well, died. I wouldn't say that as "consequence free".  As for the Bells of St. John that doesn't quite make sense as we know there IS someone playing the strings behind the Doctor and Clara, as seen in Deep Breath. Plus she didn't choose the Barn because she knew the TARDIS could land over there. The TARDIS could land anywhere she'd wish, because of the Moment. By the time of the Day of The Doctor, the events WERE time-locked and the doctors only landed because of Bad Moment Wolf, as herself states. :b

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Making Sense of Listen’s Gallifreyan Gallivant

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@Sephora is Scottish now @Girlfriendmd Clara has also insulted his appearance in Deep Breath loads of time. Or his accent. It's just how they roll with each other now. I insult my friends every now and then and vice-versa :b

1 month, 2 weeks ago on Listen Review

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@Planet of the Deaf I agree he'd recognised her. However, as a time traveller, he knows that telling someone their future could be a bit dangerous. What I mean is, he may have (or not) recognised her but wouldn't admit it becaus of the consequences. IMO, the way he shows her the toy soldier somehow confirms that he knows her (but that's just my headcanon haha)



1 month, 2 weeks ago on Listen Review

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Newbie here. I'm from Brazil and I watch this show every freaking week as soon as it's avaliable. I can't use bbc iPlayer because of my country and bla bla yadda yadda. Anyway, I've never seen a TV Series so huge as Doctor Who. I live in a town that is not that big and yet I watched the 50th in the theaters (with the whole world). It's an amazing show and it's so popular that honestly...we don't need to worry about it getting canceled anytime soon. (though of course I do get where you people are coming from!)




1 month, 2 weeks ago on Why The Decline in Overnight Ratings Doesn’t Matter

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@BJAMES @EllieBanks@Sabrina P I've been reading this thread for an hour or so (and sorry to bring up the talk all over again) but oh my god bjames you're the cutest person in the world and I'm so, but so glad that there are people like you. (I know I'm a complete stranger, but your comments here are just beautiful. And that's a long way to say - I agree with ya.)

8 months, 1 week ago on Is Steven Moffat a Feminist Writer?

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@EllieBanks @Amy the Consulting CommentatorWell that's just silly! To think that all men think the same is just plain ridiculous. We all suffer of sexism. We all have roles to attend that are imposed by society. Don't come here and tell that >only< women suffer from this. Men are sexists with other women AND men. If you're saying that other men suffer sexism from MEN then why can't other men talk about feminism? You all are talking about "we won't be silenced!" as you silent other people - who are not really saying anything bad 'bout you.

8 months, 1 week ago on Is Steven Moffat a Feminist Writer?

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@Sabrina P  can't men be feminist too? 

8 months, 1 week ago on Is Steven Moffat a Feminist Writer?

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