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@WiLfreduk Mickey and Martha were soldiers.
3 weeks, 2 days ago on Examining the Doctor’s Attitude Towards Soldiers
@YaelMoise @Christoph1337 The Eleventh Hour. Didn't Matt Smith take the TARDIS for a run to the Moon?
1 month, 1 week ago on DWM: Things will never be the same again after Kill the Moon
I'd love a spin off but I would like the writing to be the same quality as that of the current series. Could this be done. Would the same sort of resources be used? I doubt it.
4 months, 3 weeks ago on McGann Signed Petition for 8th Doctor Spin-off
@Baker Street… is the Moment! I wish there was a set of the Tennant specials... Maybe I missed that one but I've never seen it.
4 months, 3 weeks ago on 50th Anniversary Box Set Incoming
@Planet of the Deaf Yep. The last ten minutes are unwatchable. Exchanged the DVD but the same problem remains. It starts with voices not synching and gets worse.
If McGann was to spend time with the 12th Doctor then the 11th wouldn't have thought he was at his last life....
I'd love to see more of McGann though.
7 months ago on How To Bring Back McGann
@VictorWong1 @Harry007 @bl0ndie98 Oh yes, that was wonderful. Before Family of Blood I wasn't sure whether they'd include McGann but Tennant's sketch book featured a very obvious McGann. So that was great too, the confirmation.
8 months ago on Moffat: Remaking Doctor Who would be Insane
@bl0ndie98 @Harry007 I was without the internet back in 2005 and I wasn't reading anything else apart from watching the show so I had no idea. I never heard mention that Chris was the 9th during that first series.
It wasn’t initially clear whether the
2000s Dr. Who was a continuation or a re-boot. I remember my young son teasing
me when he spotted a tear in my eye when the Doctor pulled out his sonic
I don’t think it was
until Family of Blood when Tennant’s sketchbook revealed he’d been drawing
doctors from the classic season that is became clear that the 2000s series was
in fact a continuation and I was so glad that it was.
About two or three years ago I wrote to Lego and asked them if they would ever consider making Dr. Who sets. Their reply at the time was that they didn't take suggestions from the public!
I always thought that Dr. Who Lego would have boundless possibilities and surely it would be more popular with kids than their Raiders of the Lost Ark sets which wouldn't mean much to kids.
The character building sets have taken advantage and have done good business with their sets. My son has many of these and he loves them.
8 months ago on Infinite Potential: Doctor Who and LEGO