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@Gustaff @The Man of Tin Foil Don't forget Christopher Eccleston & William Hartnell ;)
1 year ago on Weird and Wonderful
@Lemonhead118 @TardisConverse No it's not Game of Thrones - It's a brand new ITV Drama - so he's already working on something else.
1 year ago on Major Series 8 Villain Revealed?
@Jamesss Don't think it is Charles Dance - he's already working on a different Television Programme at this very moment.
@Regenerated Catterson @Master Michael Moon It's very simple. Steve John Shepherd would own the role of The Master within seconds - if he's given this chance he just will.
@DasManiac Steven Moffat's always had a big interest in Sylvester McCoy's Doctor and his era.
Wait isn't Charles Dance already busy with another Television Show?
@Mr_Predictable He's too much related to the Hobbit - it would be difficult to take him seriously.
Ive heard it's Steve John Shepherd.
One word: Sutekh.
1 year ago on 5 Underrated Doctor Who Monsters and Villains
@KingOfTheInterWebs has Kidneys @TardisConverse @Eternalitis When was he vain? How would you feel if one day you found out your outward appearance was going to change? Surely you would feel a sense of insecurity and anxiety? No, I agree to disagree, that's really not vain.
1 year ago on The Actual Plot Holes in Doctor Who
@Clara Laurinda @TardisConverse @youshallnotpass @_DWwhovian No you're right, I was in a rubbish mood so again I apologise for how that escalated.
@Notsosmartguy Give me one good example of Ten having vanity issues? One solid example from his Series? The one quote "Look at me, why would I?" in Journey's End was sarcasm, wasn't even serious. End of Time - The Doctor's sadness was there because he had become used to his form over time and he was comfortable with it, so naturally he would've felt insecure over another replacing him - that's called emotion.
@Eternalitis Yeah you got me, not bad actually. No what was the word I was meant to say... oh yeah - Sarcasm. Ten's tone of voice, the tone of joke "Sarcasm" then what does Eleven say? "Oh Clara this is serious... yes... I had these serious vanity issues, well, not me - Ten... vanity problems" Just no. It's just silly petty dialogue if not jealous written dialogue against another partition of the same character. That's just what I think anyway, it sounded very sore. Matt Smith's Doctor's been better than that in my opinion.
@youshallnotpass @TardisConverse @_DWwhovian Then why even answer with that? What good does that do to explain anything to anyone? You know what I'm pretty much confused so I give up, I'm not in the best of moods either so if it sounds like I snapped then I apologise. I feel a lot of the time the second anything in the current era is questioned such as a plot hole then the replies are quite rude and quite overboard but that's only what I've seen.
@youshallnotpass @TardisConverse @_DWwhovian Replying to someone's question "I don't care" is a useless thing to say, you wouldn't say that out loud to someone in real life if they were asking for an explanation.
@youshallnotpass @_DWwhovian Hey don't be so rude to her, she was just asking for an explanation. Personally, the way I see it I believe all the previous Doctors were memories including the John Hurt Doctor figure at the end. Clara & Eleventh Doctor were real, and because Eleven was real he just knew how to get out of his own Time Scar. Agreed, it really wasn't explained very well.
I just didn't get how Eleven could even say Ten had vanity issues when Ten literally puts his Regeneration energy into his separate hand (In Journey's End) because he couldn't waste time sorting out a new Incarnation during Davros' Reality Bomb plot. When Ten says "Look at me why would I-" that was meant to be a JOKE - not a frikkin' serious fact. That's like someone awkwardly not getting your joke and over-reacting. Was probably the worst scene in "Time of The Doctor".
DEFINITELY! Today's era of Television can really pull off good Historical stories. Capaldi's the perfect Doctor to help bring it all to life for Clara.
1 year ago on Bring Back… the Pure Historicals
@Antee991166 @Baker Street @Djornad Yeah it would be great if they could spend from now until the Summer producing hour long episodes, then getting in some new talent to get the post production edited down over the holidays. A lot of CGI special effects on a Tv standard is usually done by fans in their bedrooms within an evening to a few weeks flat. (Referring to all of the Doctor Who / Sherlock editing on Youtube).
1 year ago on Series 8: Episode 4 & 5 Writers Confirmed
@awkward912 @PotatoMidget23 @Djornad Maybe they both aren't such complex episodes? I'd imagine the bigger production episodes would be filmed near the end, and the episodes with much more special fx and less real production can be shot first.
I really like to think Series 8 will be a really strong revised version of a regular new Series - like an evaluation on Series 1-7, what worked and what didn't, and also what's worked throughout the 50 years itself and what didn't. That would be quite interesting.
@YgorVale It's completely and utterly possible. There are no rules in Doctor Who. It's heavily rumoured that both Charles Dance & Steve John Shepherd will be playing two different incarnations of the Master in Series 8.
Anyone seen "Doctor Who Series 8 : The Master Returns" ? Can't believe this website missed it almost three weeks in a row o.o