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File: 00e0e8ef09c7d2a⋯.jpg (59.34 KB, 800x533, 800:533, mpreg2.jpg)

 No.102285

Contrarian edition

Fit for the purpose: >>101557

 No.102288

I have this extremely silly, overly-complicated and very meta theory regarding these versions of the Doctor, which also tries to make sense of/account for the numbering, the Other, the "Morbius Faces," the Watcher, the Eighth Doctor's two lives (the EDAs and the Big Finish audios), and how the Seventh Doctor's character shifted from the TV show to the Virgin books.

This started out as a short writing exercise, before blossoming into this incredibly dorky post you're about to read. (If you read, that is.)

To sum up beforehand: The Doctor's had 3 regeneration cycles, his timeline's been 'revised a few times,' and he's even worn some faces more than once (sometimes without knowing it). The "Second Cycle" section is really long and kinda dumb, and is based mainly on conjecture.

So, here we go.

The First Cycle:

“The Other”

“Morbius” Face #1

“Morbius” Face #2

“Morbius” Face #3

“Morbius” Face #4

“Morbius” Face #5

“Morbius” Face #6

“Morbius” Face #7

“Morbius” Face #8

the First Doctor

the Second Doctor

the Third Doctor

the Fourth Doctor

To clarify this a bit: I really like the theory that the Fourth Doctor was on death's door in "Logopolis," and was actually on his last incarnation. (It adds a lot of pathos to the story, and also ties in nicely with the Master's plot in "The Deadly Assassin.") So, I made him last, then worked backwards, incorporating the first three Doctors, and the Morbius Faces.

*

And I count "the Other" as the first incarnation mainly to make the numbering work. My in-universe justification is that when his biodata was incorporated into the Doctor's, it didn't take at first, and a regeneration occurred "in-loom" to balance things out.

But obviously, the Doctor didn't die at the end of "Logopolis," and by the intervention of the Watcher was able to regenerate, kicking off…

The Second Cycle:

ZERO. "The Watcher"

The Fifth Doctor

The Sixth Doctor

The Seventh Doctor

The “Time’s Champion” Doctor

The Eighth Doctor

The “Fatal Death” Doctor

The “Shalka” Doctor

The Eighth Doctor (2)

The War Doctor

The Ninth Doctor

The Tenth Doctor

The “Journey’s End” Doctor

The Eleventh Doctor


 No.102289

So, this is fanwank to the highest extreme. Most of this is my own conjecture, and I fully admit to not having the fullest knowledge all the different forms of Doctor Who media. Again, I was trying to take the official numbering into account, and still posit the Eleventh Doctor as the "last" incarnation of a cycle.

*

First off, I list the “Time’s Champion” Doctor (aka the VNAs’ Seventh Doctor) as a separate incarnation. This is mainly a way to work around how Ace has several different futures. My idea is that TV/comics/audios Ace dies at the end of “Ground Zero,” and then the Seventh Doctor, broken, goes on a quest to avenge her.

*

During this quest, he’s killed, and regenerates. However, he fights it with all his might, and winds up maintain the same form, similar to how he later did in “Journey’s End.” And also like “Journey’s End,” this warps him a little, making him more cold and calculating. Later meddling causes him to forget this regeneration ever occurred.

*

He picks up an Ace from another universe where her Doctor died, and sets off with her again. This leads to the VNAs, Benny Summerfied, and all of that good stuff.

*

Despite all that, the Doctor winds up alone and sad again, shot dead in San Francisco. And then the Eighth Doctor lives through the TV movie and the EDAs. During the cliffhanger at the end of “The Gallifrey Chronicles,” he winds up regenerating into a man who surprisingly looks like Rowan Atkinson. He travels with Fitz and Cassandra for awhile, before eventually winding up with a woman named Emma.

*

However, when the Doctor’s timeline is attacked in the future, this reverberates backwards and ‘splits’ this Doctor into two separate, coexisting timelines. One is killed and becomes the body seen in “Alien Bodies, and the other, due to the trauma, regenerates into the Shalka Doctor. This new Doctor’s memories end right before the Eighth Doctor regenerated the first time, and assumes that he’s the Ninth Doctor.

*

This Doctor returns to helps rebuild Gallifrey, and finds love with the President’s daughter. Sadly, she’s killed during a bloody (and ultimately failed) revolution that the Doctor was unable to stop, and he’s devastated by this. Feeling alone and ‘alien’ on Gallifrey again, he takes the TARDIS and the Master (who’s now inhabiting an android body after also being injured in the coup.) He travels for a bit, and starts to find himself again after taking a new human companion, Allison Cheney.

*

Yet again, this Doctor gets wiped out of existence by the effects of the Last Great Time War, though this time the effects are so severe that he gets shoved back into being the Eighth Doctor, and his memories end after the events of the TV movie. This “Eighth Doctor” lives through the Big Finish audios, and ultimately becomes the War Doctor after landing on Karn.

*

From here, things play out as shown in the new show: The War Doctor lead the Ninth, Tenth, “Journey’s End”, and then Eleventh Doctors, before being granted a new cycle of regenerations by the Time Lords and finally becoming the Twelfth. (Who’s technically the twenty-seventh incarnation, and the eighteenth known as Doctor.)

The Third Cycle (So Far…):

ZERO. The Eleventh Doctor (technically)

The Twelfth Doctor

And from here, we'll see. If they're smart, future writers will say that the Doctor received 'unlimited' regenerations in "The Time of the Doctor," to keep things simple.


 No.102290

File: 727a90ce9e338ba⋯.jpg (37.03 KB, 300x270, 10:9, Chris_Chibnall.jpg)

first for the new showruiner


 No.102292

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This man is a genius.


 No.102293

He was the Doctor all the time!


 No.102294

>>102293

Logopolis and The Time of the Doctor are easily, easily the most affecting regens to me. I love 5's and 9's, but wow, those other 2 are just magical.


 No.102295

>>102294

That ADR I quoted doesn't irk you at all?


 No.102296

>>102295

The R in ADR seems rather appropriate for what was happening to 4 at that time.


 No.102297

This is still the most fascinating repository of Who autism imo.

http://meshyfish.com/~roo/index.html


 No.102298

File: 372a302f3fccd8c⋯.jpg (47.63 KB, 260x761, 260:761, whoelse.jpg)


 No.102299

>>102297

> Greetings. I am know in these parts as Marnal Gate and this is the worlds largest (and most badly spellchecked) website on the Time Lords of Gallifrey. This was my first web page so I tried to follow the KISS principle (Keep It Simple Stupid). This page was created in March 1998.

I wonder what poor old Marnal is up to these days


 No.102300

File: 109f36f9eff2f0e⋯.png (266 KB, 624x352, 39:22, latest-1.png)

>She was the Doctor's mum all the time!


 No.102301

>>102300

Bluepill: She was the Doctor's mum

Redpill: She's intentionally ambigious

Blackpill: She's the Doctor's dad


 No.102302

File: 1880d9f2e52586f⋯.jpg (115.24 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

>I was the nightmare all the time!


 No.102303

File: 7217a6cd3be3470⋯.jpg (52.73 KB, 980x490, 2:1, t.jpg)

He was the Doctor all the time. I mean seriously, he never stopped.


 No.102304

>>102289

I fully accept the "Morbius Doctors + new cycle in Logopolis" theory, just because S18 is GOAT enough to have extra in-universe importance, but see what I mean about the Time War shenanigans being a bit of a stretch? Splitting the Doctor's timeline in half off-screen, Jesus. That said, it would be "Interference" levels of kino if Big Finish made an audio where 7 did a 10-style vanity regen.

>>102297

I always admire folks who manage to slot NuWho into the EDAs' post-War universe. Unfortunately it's all but useless as a guide, since their source indication / labeling system is so whack. But it serves as a lovely guide for the important Tardis Wiki skill of making complete speculation seem obvious and well-founded by switching between wildly disparate sources mid-sentence.


 No.102305

File: ed8f051de2bc1b6⋯.png (114.32 KB, 416x435, 416:435, 1537630443810.png)

I can't wait for ten new adventures with Doctor Who and her gang in BBC's Doctor Who


 No.102306

File: 963e97e3321477b⋯.gif (1.58 MB, 320x240, 4:3, hartnell spooky.gif)

>mfw Clara gets lost in time, teaches Rassilon and Omega about future Gallifreyan technology, regenerates into the eight Morbius Doctors, and finally gets loomed into the First Doctor


 No.102307

>>102303

He's not my favourite but he's easily the best Doctor isn't he. He IS the Doctor.

>>102304

Yeah I love S18 as a final cycle as well but all the Time War stuff in the post is endearingly ridiculous.


 No.102308

File: 6cbe1eba03cc3e4⋯.png (746.3 KB, 1000x584, 125:73, Doctor-Who-10.11-World-Eno….png)

HE WAS THE MASTER ALL THE TIME


 No.102309

File: 9f5314577b88de6⋯.gif (797.88 KB, 500x214, 250:107, 3896f89ad0ab3d8612d059bd86….gif)

He was tired all the time.


 No.102310

File: 839f1be928ced7b⋯.jpg (17.67 KB, 600x360, 5:3, End of Days.jpg)

End of Days was terrible, everyone started hating each other out of the blue and the only two people who would reasonably hate each other (Owen and Ianto who fuck) barely even interact. The massive beast was laughable and felt completely useless.


 No.102311

Bidmead wrote the story with the highest body count of any story.


 No.102312

>>102311

which one?


 No.102313

>>102310

Agreed. How'd you like ep12 though?


 No.102314

>>102312

Logopolis


 No.102315

>>102311

The Pandorica Opens?


 No.102316


 No.102317

>>102314

because a chunk of the universe got destroyed? or is this only counting onscreen deaths?


 No.102318

Entropy. Is there a worse villain?


 No.102319

>>102318

knife crime


 No.102320


 No.102321

/who/ is anti-chibnall and that's a good thing.


 No.102322


 No.102323

>>102313

Captain Jack Harkness was really good, Owen and Ianto being snippy at each other was unexpected considering their recent intimacy but I liked it even though it was out of character.


 No.102324

Tegan Jovanka. Is there a worse anything?


 No.102325

>>102318

I can't believe they were able to make the entropy affect Tom Baker's face at the start of s18. He looks like he's aged from the moment he dons that beautiful burgundy outfit. In fact, the general tiredness of the fourth doctor that season, and the phoned in performances in a few scenes here and there, really sell the idea that entropy is having an effect on our hero, and not just the rest of that universe. interesting that the Doctor never fully defeats the entropy, and that entropy seeps into the very quality of the show, only to finally be defeated by the Seventh Doctor. And yet it was too late to save the Doctor Who universe


 No.102326

>>102325

Can I just say, I really love this post


 No.102327

>>102325

Good post.


 No.102329

>>102325

> And yet it was too late to save the Doctor Who universe

cf. the scene after Mr Winkle is defrosted in Zagreus


 No.102330

what is the significance of bringing Jacqueline Hill back to play a disposable villainess


 No.102331

>>102325

Arguably, the entropy hasn't been defeated till now, with Thirteen. The 12th Doctor was the sacrificial lamb, the one who faced his worse impulses and the very instinct to self-terminate, and fell to the depths, so that the Thirteenth Doctor could rise in his place.


 No.102332

>>102330

>implying it wasn't an amnesiac Barbara


 No.102333

>>102325

Serious question, is this meant to be funny? Because your phrasing is making me laff


 No.102334

>>102331

How is that related to entropy.


 No.102335

>>102334

explain to Cedric


 No.102336

>Cedric the teddy will never be a companion in Doctor Who


 No.102337

>>102316

How can Pandorica have a smaller body count than Logopolis? A chunk of the universe gets destroyed in that story, Pandorica sees the entire universe and every possible version of reality deleted on the spot.


 No.102338

>>102334

The focus on death and sadness in 12's era, and how he reckoned with the darkness of his own era, ending in him announcing his heroism in defiance of inevitable death. I mean, the finale and Christmas special literally end with 12's body dying slowly. (And, in a meta way, popular audiences' opinion of 12's era slowly decreased as well.) But that's okay. That era needed to happen, to allow Doctor Who to clean the slate, and evolve.

Thirteen's fresh and new, though. The Twelfth Doctor died, and left a chance for another women. In extremis, something has come out the other side. Cause that's the thing–entropy still wins, but that doesn't mean everything ends.


 No.102339

>>102333

I was going for over the top yeah. But I'm not completely joking either lmao


 No.102340

>>102338

That just sounds like death to me rather than entropy, and I don't see how rebirth factors in at all.


 No.102341

Immigrant's demeanor makes me think of an AI right at the moment before the moment it goes homicidal. Probably just me though.


 No.102342

>it became more and more obvious that he had no interest in making kino, just recreating the vague memories he had of hartnell smiling at people

Who are we talking about /who/?


 No.102343

>>102342

Peter Moffatt


 No.102344

>>102342

Steven Capaldi?


 No.102345

>>102340

The slow decay over a long time? Inevitable march to death? Existential dread and defiance against a coming fate? Sounds like entropy to me.

Also, the sunny, positive, "just a traveller" 13 coming after a 12th Doctor who was tired of changing and of losing friends seems like a rebirth, or at least a renewal.

>>102341

Uh, how so?


 No.102346

>>102345

What does rebirth have to do with entropy though is what I mean.


 No.102347

>>102346

>What does rebirth have to do with entropy though is what I mean.

Not much, I suppose. I guess they're just both parts of the Twelve-Thirteen handover.


 No.102348

"N-trip"-y


 No.102349

Adventures of k9 in gay-space


 No.102350

File: 47133ea50d9a933⋯.jpg (34.07 KB, 400x400, 1:1, unamusedcapy.jpg)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGf3UfmOOAc

>So Chris, what can we expect this year that we've never seen before?

>Well - I don't know about that! I think you're - hopefully - gonna have a really great series of Doctor Who.


 No.102351

>>102344

Chris Hurdnall


 No.102352

>>102350

food = recycled feces

you know that


 No.102353

>>102345

That is why having a 9th doc introduction style would fit better for Jodie


 No.102354

>>102337

I suppose an argument could be made about deletion from time versus death, and whether undoing something counts


 No.102355

<"It's far from being all over!"

[literally one minute later]

>"It's over… it's over."


 No.102356

>>102350

capibara capaldi

more like

Labia Cap Carp Aid


 No.102357

>>102337

nobody takes seriously pandorica logic


 No.102358


 No.102359


 No.102360


 No.102361

>>102358

Most of the time, with any two-syllable word, I'm uncomfortable if there's so stress on one particular syllable. So, juh-LIE. I knew a guy around when's Dunkirk came out who'd call it DUN-KIRK. It felt weird, it's DUN-kirk.


 No.102362


 No.102363

File: 8359571c9cbfc76⋯.png (805.26 KB, 1402x1080, 701:540, brownmaria.png)

>She was the Rani all the time!


 No.102364

>>102363

she killed SJS, kino


 No.102365

>>102363

filename kek


 No.102366

File: 97480c83675d505⋯.jpg (15.76 KB, 640x480, 4:3, doctor-who-084-4k-the-brai….jpg)

>He was the Doctor all the time!


 No.102367

>>102366

no female face of morbius

so genderbending is a post time war thing

the daleks injected on the gallifreyans to destroy their civilization


 No.102368

ooh graham norton will be filming tonight

i'm so hyped to see jodie and goose together


 No.102369

>>102301

Whitepill: It doesn't matter who she is/was


 No.102370

>>102368

when does it air, tomorrow?


 No.102371

>>102370

yep, 10.35pm bst


 No.102372

S11e1 is finally announced to be shown in theaters in Russia. Time for c i n e m a t I c experience.


 No.102373

>>102371

Cannot wait for it. It will be great I think


 No.102374

>>102369

>>102301

she was romana

she was susan

she was the old lady of Hell Bent

she was clara

she was rose

she was ace after becoming time lord

she was river

she was the doctor himself

she was the curator

she was erinem

she was Nick Briggs

she was Ria

she was Ray from Bannerman


 No.102375

File: 26d4628bb9c3d5d⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 112.18 KB, 250x251, 250:251, ClipboardImage.png)

>>102374

forgetting the obvious one


 No.102376

>>102374

What about the theory that she's supposed to be the personification of what Gallifrey used to be before the War and his longing staring at her is him pining for a return to the older days where the Time Lords aren't crazy. When he decides to throw the gun around he separated himself from his romantic view of his people and realises that they're dangerous people who need to be stopped.


 No.102377

>>102376

That's more of a subtextual reading than an identity, and it's compatible with several of the more popular theories.


 No.102378

>>102376

she was astrid kylie minogue

she was tardis neil gaiman

she was of harmony

she was the cloister bell

she was nilso

she was mcganon

she was phil

she was the rani

she was sjs

she was the master

she was selena from the book world game

she was the representation of RTD leaving and ashamed of the future


 No.102379

she was harriet jones mp flydale north


 No.102380

is it true that buffy will be revived but not rebooted?


 No.102381

>>102378

>she was phil

She goes by El now.


 No.102382

>>102380

forgot all about that, yeah it was initially reported as a reboot but they clarified that it's not a new buffy but a different character, so it sounds like it'll be in the same continuity


 No.102383

Cribbins is 90 years old

who was the oldest BF actor?


 No.102384

>>102382

>>102382

will the comics be canon?


 No.102385


 No.102386

>>102384

probably not, who wants to deal with that? i wouldn't really want to deal with all of the potential slayers either though so who knows


 No.102387

>>102386

lesbian buffy


 No.102388

File: 0e155b82a6ad934⋯.png (2.49 KB, 367x18, 367:18, morph.png)

morph


 No.102389

>>102385

Translation:

>Can we make a Doctor Who subreddit, that is the same as r/doctorwho, but with any posts referring to Jodie Whittaker's Doctor or era completely removed?

in other words, on cletus redditor is very triggered


 No.102390

Nilso was an extra in the last Episode of Life on Mars


 No.102391

>>102385

>judy in the comments

>immediately followed by GI

why are you people like this


 No.102392


 No.102393

let's kill [REDACTED]


 No.102394

>>102393

Gandhi


 No.102395

>>102391

only one person's in the comments, saying go to 4chan


 No.102396

>>102394

spoilers for series 11


 No.102397


 No.102398

>>102397

hahaha


 No.102399


 No.102400

>tfw you visit a public library and they have what is likely to be the sole copy of DWM within an hours drive but you can't check it out, because it's a "current issue".

I'm pretty sure this is why some arsonist torched the library of alexandria.


 No.102401


 No.102402

>>102400

yeah it's because of DWM


 No.102403

>>102400

using libraries in 2019

reading physical copies in 2020

such a hipster


 No.102404

>>102402

?

>>102403

Hey, fuck you buddy. Screens hurt my eyes, and I didn't expect to find or see it there, because the deteriorating local book sellers and proprietors of periodicals don't carry them here.


 No.102405

>>102404

Subscribers get more


 No.102406

>>102404

do you read library copies in the loo?


 No.102407

>>102405

Kiss my arse Briggs!

>>102406

I don't as a rule, but I'm not opposed to it. I relegate my restroom reading to shit trips thank you very much!


 No.102408

<A mystery dinner- Dr. Who(sic) Dunnit?

>A time traveler solves history's great mysteries…and you will be part of the action! Join us for an adult interactive event presented by *** Productions. Appetizers and dessert will be provided.

Should I go to this event /who/? Should I force my date to cosplay?


 No.102409

>>102408

Only if one of you goes dressed as a Padre


 No.102410

>>102407

all library users read on the loo, the fecal matter transfer is over 9000


 No.102411

>>102409

I guess I can make a stop at catholic supply.

>>102410

I wouldn't expect anything less.


 No.102412

File: ed30d890d6f50df⋯.png (1.18 MB, 1571x806, 1571:806, ClipboardImage.png)

Hate to be obvious but…DWE?


 No.102413

>>102412

lie of the land


 No.102414

The BBC America Doctor Who twitter has changed its handle to "It's About Time For #DoctorWho on BBC America"


 No.102415

>>102414

>It's About Time For #DoctorWho

is the official name of the show now


 No.102416

Which character will say "its about time" in ep 1?


 No.102417

Which character will say "do you still have a weiner" in ep 1?


 No.102418

Which character will say "are you trans" in ep 1?


 No.102419

Which character will say "Oh, when the saints go marching in" in ep 1?


 No.102420

>>102412

Midnight because American politics is a giant echo chamber


 No.102421

Nilso, my friend


 No.102422

What do people mean by "Moffat's finales are too confusing" when it took me at least three viewings to realize what happens in Last of the Time Lords?


 No.102423

>>102422

Pandorica = Mess

Big Bang = Clusterfuck

Dark Water = Ok

Heaven Sent = Kino

Doctor Falls = Kino


 No.102424

>>102422

Your brain must just be wired diffrently. LotTL is easy, Pandorica Opens took me 3 viewings


 No.102425

>>102422

Last of the Time Lords makes immediate sense as long as you don't hold it to any standard of making sense. That was probably where you went wrong.


 No.102426

>>102424

>LotTL

is easy as fuck reset button


 No.102427

>>102425

there is a paradox engine so things can be nonsense


 No.102428

>>102423

judy = illiterate


 No.102429

>>102428

I understand them, but I can see why they look difficult to the common person


 No.102430

>there's been a boardie thread up for 3 hours

No wonder it's dead in here!


 No.102433

File: cc3fbba349ab109⋯.png (971.28 KB, 976x549, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.102434


 No.102435

File: 2e229669b164fac⋯.jpg (91.04 KB, 315x437, 315:437, le neo face.jpg)

>ancient trip AlsoFine returns, says he originally supported a female Doctor but he's stepping away from the show because of the "cynical and virtue signalling" way they've handled it

>his rationale? "by making it an agenda, you actually cheapen the event and progress because she wasn't the best person, just the best woman"


 No.102436

File: 9f26a4268de917b⋯.jpg (7.1 KB, 300x168, 25:14, ihp-pjp.jpg)

She was the british girl of all time


 No.102437

Someone on that 4chan thread compared RTD, Moffat, and JK Rowling, and then said "which one's a multi millionaire?" but like…. arent they all?


 No.102438

>>102437

I think it's fair to say JK is significantly richer, though.


 No.102439

I present to you the earliest rough draft of the beginning scenes of DOTD.

THE CHANGING FACE OF DOCTOR WHO

This story portrays the ninth DOCTOR WHO, played by Christopher Eccleston…

https://mega.nz/#!nOwDwS6B!y7W6QCgNRr94h2d1FDTQNX6hcxdSaOB3RUgaiRA2qEw


 No.102440

>>102438

oh that's fair, but it was a funny statement, because they're all rich enough to be up in the clouds compared to the average person


 No.102441

>>102383

William Russell has done some sutff this year and will be 94 in a few months.

The voices of the original Daleks is also doing stuff for them at 94.

Some guest star was 96 I think, but I forgot his name.


 No.102442

>>102439

is this real?


 No.102443

>>102441

>he voices of the original Daleks

who? as daleks? which title?


 No.102444

>>102443

I was thinking of this dude :

http://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/David_Graham

He's only 93 though, my bad


 No.102445

>>102442

second target for tommy


 No.102446

>>102445

oh cool. Just use winzip or something to open it?


 No.102447

>>102446

I wouldn't know since I didn't upload it but yes that is certainly what one would do and it would be the advice that i would give were i the one who pirated this media


 No.102448

>>102447

fair enough. I'm excited to read this, but I didnt have any software to open that, so I'm downloading winzip now lmao. Funny, I simply haven't needed to extract a file in like 3 years


 No.102449

File: d801f62fea3a617⋯.gif (847.91 KB, 665x662, 665:662, 1494290145119.gif)


 No.102450

>>102439

thanks cheetah


 No.102451

>>102439

where rest of book


 No.102452

File: e05508cad02a357⋯.jpg (35.21 KB, 500x368, 125:92, 1533777058860.jpg)

dwe


 No.102453

File: 1895cd83f4b993a⋯.jpg (62.09 KB, 450x600, 3:4, 1529534529579.jpg)


 No.102454

>>102358

emphasis goes on the lie


 No.102455

>>102454

>bbc

emphasis on the jew


 No.102456

>>102455

Upvoted!


 No.102457

File: 83e79f030959b65⋯.jpg (147.05 KB, 1080x1349, 1080:1349, jooqueen1528413351620.jpg)


 No.102459

>>102457

fucking b-b-ased!!!!


 No.102460

>>102458

>>102459

w-what

how


 No.102461

>>102460

Did you try to post it twice thinking the first one didn't go through?


 No.102462

File: a0726aaf0761e9e⋯.jpg (270.92 KB, 1536x2048, 3:4, DoHkhuCU0AE2LnC.jpg)

DWE?


 No.102463

>>102462

The Monks Trilogy


 No.102464

>>102462

Any story where the Master hypnotises someone, since that seems to be the only place this text could be headed


 No.102465

>>102461

Yeah, I think my IP changed across posts too, i only got a (you) from one of them before i deleted it.


 No.102466

Chances of Yas Queen being said this season?


 No.102467

File: 0a956164ab655d4⋯.png (204.3 KB, 186x507, 62:169, rtd action figure.png)

>>102422

>>102424

>>102425

>>102426

>>102427

>In other news, I just channel-hopped and caught The Sound of Drums. Am I on drugs when I write these things?

>I can watch my stuff and get this disconcerting draught of… well, of how it must look to other people, sometimes. Of how unplanned it all seems. Like I'm making it up as I go along. I'm refusing, on screen, to do all those normal things that would make an episode more coherent, with a beginning-middle-and-end wholeness. It really struck me when the Doctor discovers the Archangel Network. That comes completely out of the blue. I mean, completely! It could have been foreshadowed - Saxon could have been talking to the Cabinet about his satellites, for example. More significantly, with the entire world hypnotised, it's interesting how little the Doctor even asks, 'How is the Master doing this?' Technically, that's a major plot strand, but I'm more interested in running on, to find new things. You're left with a Hugely Important Network that is only discovered… in the exact moment that it's revealed to be Hugely Important! No warning, no ground-laying, nothing.Then, to make it even odder, it's dispensed with in the same scene. And I'm being casual with a plot element that, next episode, saves the entire world. That's bordering on reckless!

>It's the same with the discovery of the TARDIS on board the Valiant? The Doctor opens a door… and there it is! But actually, look back, when did the Doctor last worry about where the TARDIS is? I'm not sure he's even mentioned it at all. And neither has the Master. And then we discover that the Master has turned it into a Paradox Machine… well, we had no sign of that, did we? Where were the traditional scenes of the Master plotting with Lucy, or with the Toclafane? 'Soon my Paradox Machine will be complete,' etc. I don't use any of the available opportunities to explain anything, or to make the structure clear, or to reassure people that there's a plan at work here.


 No.102468

File: 2949d63db5915e8⋯.png (166.86 KB, 294x441, 2:3, russ.png)

>>102467

>What I'm saying is, I can see how annoying that looks. I can see how maddening it must be, for some people. Especially if you're imposing really classical script structures, and templates, and expectations on that episode, even unconsciously. I must look like a vandal, a kid, or an amateur. No wonder some people hate what I write. Of course, I'm going to win this argument. (Did you guess?) Because the simple fact is: all those things were planned. All of them were my choice. They're not lazy, clumsy, or desperate. They're chosen. I can see more traditional ways of telling those stories, but I'm not interested. I think the stuff that you gain from writing in this way—the shock, the whirlwind, the freedom, the exhilaration—is worth the world.

>I've got this sort of tumbling, freewheeling style that somersaults along, with everything happening now-not later, not before, but now, now, now. I've made a Doctor Who that exists in the present tense. And I think that's exactly like the experience of watching Doctor Who. It's happening now, right in front of your eyes! If you don't like it, if you don't join in with it, then… blimey, these episodes must be nonsensical. But those classical structures can be seen in Primeval, in Demons, in Merlin, in all of them—and yet we stand with millions more viewers. And I think that's partly why. So, ha!


 No.102469


 No.102470

File: 8d882db08055290⋯.jpg (1.6 MB, 2307x1188, 769:396, lol.jpg)


 No.102471

>>102470

it's fair to say that /who/s mindset on the moff era is very very small in the grand scheme of things, i doubt anyone who has seen the episode would agree with the sentiment of moffs era that's here, so that means it's divisive among a crowd that DOESNT include us or our view.

so my question is, what the fuck is it? how broadly do the MSM really disagree on doctor who to the point of headlines like this existing? is it just shit and the only people saying it's good are only doing so because of jodie? this is crazy


 No.102472

>>102471

j u s t m a k e i t r e a l l y


 No.102473

>>102471

the RTD crowd thought it was going to be for them, but instead they got heavier drama like broadchurch instead of a campy soap opera


 No.102474

>>102473

Knife crime drama with an "irritatingly childlike" Doctor!


 No.102475

>>102474

when you put it that way it sounds like really good audience hostile kino, imagine 11 having to watch his friends get fucking stabbed and murdered.


 No.102476

>we were worried it was going to be like chibs doctor who episodes but in reality we should have been more worried that it was going to be like chibs broadchurch episodes


 No.102477

>>102475

My eyes are gonna feel like they've been fucking stabbed in a bit over a week.


 No.102478

>>102476

but space broadchurch is exactly what I wanted from him


 No.102479

File: d66752aa247b06f⋯.jpg (78.5 KB, 712x741, 712:741, u3b9p1m81GFwK07ORjxD9TtcDp….jpg)

>A pillar of hope is exactly, I think that’s who Jodie’s Doctor is, I think what you’ll find is it’s the Doctor you’ve known and loved, with just a fresh take, really [….] pillar of hope, we need a pillar of hope in these times

>“We are in very divided times. I think this Doctor is a beacon of hope and unity and inclusion.”


 No.102480

Based Neo trying to lower our expectations so we enjoy the episode more


 No.102481

File: c03fba7ed6a8d71⋯.gif (1023.07 KB, 500x332, 125:83, c03.gif)

>she's more of a traveler than a god or something

>dramatic

>cinematic

>space

>ensemble cast

>episodes are only loosely connected

THIS WAS OUR CHANCE FOR COWBOY BEBOP WHO AND CHIBNALL FUCKING RUINED IT


 No.102482

>so just do that really

>doesnt do that, does broadchurch instead

what did he mean by this?


 No.102483

>"YOU ARE SO MUCH LESS THAN THE BEST OF HUMANITY"

>"As the Americans say… screw you, petal!"


 No.102484

>>102483

You could at least compare lines written for the doctor instead of using some random side character for Chibnall


 No.102485

>>102484

? Why would I do that? I'm just posting two examples of his dialogue.


 No.102486

>>102485

How RTD writes the Doctor and how Chibnall writes a human character are completely different I don’t know why you put them together


 No.102487

>>102486

What? Both of those lines of dialogue were written by Chibnall.


 No.102488

File: ce640b1b70f9645⋯.png (1.44 MB, 1002x1069, 1002:1069, chib-hi-res.png)

>I write because otherwise I'd have to get a proper job, and because I am really interested in people, and writing I think helps me make sense of people, and also because I just really enjoy finding out what happens next in the story.

<I need this character to really drive home her connection with Ianto during the tragic final scene. Ah, I've got it: "When we woke up the next morning, a dog was pissing on our tent." Brilliant! Because she's a cyberman, and cybermen aren't human, so she has to remind him of her humanity, so she talks about the really mundane things, because being human is, like mundane, get it? You put the human thing with the science fiction thing, because they're not the same thing! Boy, I sure did make sense of people there! People will really respond to this brilliant stuff I come up with.

Interviewer: [on Cyberwoman] Perhaps the most reviled episode of Torchwood.

>I’m sure! But the funny thing is, in the Torchwood magazine, they did a poll and it was in the top five! That’s why you can’t listen to anything.


 No.102489

File: 64a9a0224ef4aad⋯.png (123.52 KB, 232x272, 29:34, chib autograph.png)


 No.102490

Just.

Make.

[It.]

Really.


 No.102491

Shit Trips: Just Make It, Really.


 No.102492

The Hungry Earth | Cold Blood: Just Make [Doctor Who and the Silurians] really


 No.102493

Tha Carter V out now!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 No.102494

File: 688d428d952d860⋯.png (272.06 KB, 591x564, 197:188, 1538105411948.png)

DWE?


 No.102495

File: d7bf0d6c84e8445⋯.png (648.75 KB, 1002x1069, 1002:1069, chibburn.png)

BURN WITH ME


 No.102496

Was just a concept


 No.102497

i'd like to take a swim in nilso's conceptual, abstract pool


 No.102498


 No.102499

File: 810df40aecc7f75⋯.png (393.71 KB, 513x757, 513:757, FREE HIM.png)

DWE?


 No.102500

>>102499

The Fragile


 No.102501

Remember when missy dabbed


 No.102502

>>102501

yes it was goat


 No.102503

>>102078

>>102080

>>102501

the good old days


 No.102504

WISH I COULD TURN BACK TIME


 No.102505

>>102503

I haven't complained about the Ryan stuff


 No.102506

/ttwg/ (time travellers wife general) when

MDF assemble


 No.102507

i'd like to be nilsos time travelling husband


 No.102508

i'd travel back in time and tell his dad to wear a condom


 No.102509


 No.102510

File: aa94f28f0342079⋯.png (2.8 MB, 1800x1800, 1:1, 1518096425762.png)


 No.102511

File: 2fe13bc0540c92c⋯.png (499.52 KB, 645x572, 645:572, series 11 family friendly ….png)

I wish that I could turn back time

'cause now the guilt is all mine

can't live without the trust from those you love.

I know we can't forget the past

you can't forget love and pride

because of that it's killing me inside


 No.102512

Bring RTD back.


 No.102513

Not gonna lie, former Chibnall supporter here. This is fucking hilarious watching series 11 crash and burn. But in all seriousness we can't let this guy get the showrunner job.


 No.102514

File: 651c49a1da4ad25⋯.jpg (50.99 KB, 768x511, 768:511, chibnall_tardis.jpg)

>Perhaps as a fan you analyse things too much, and I can understand that, I've done it myself-"They must have done Y because of X, they must have done that because of this"–but actually, all you do as a writer or producer is follow the things that interest you. And sometimes you're in a cul-de-sac, and sometimes it's a huge big open road that you think you could drive down forever. You follow the passions, the things that seem dramatically and emotionally interesting. You discover things by doing them, there's very little sitting around theorising about it. Get out there and try it! Might work, might not, we'll have a look afterward–but go and get your hands dirty and do it!


 No.102515

>>102514

>Might work, might not, we'll have a look afterward

The S12 scripts are being done before S11 is aired aren't they.


 No.102516

>>102288

It makes more sense if Five thinks he's going to die permanently, so The Other is just Morbius One.


 No.102517

>>102515

I mean it's not like script writing for doctor who is hard, all he has to do is just make them


 No.102518

>>102517

Oh don't sell him so short, he doesn't just "make them!". He makes them fit for purpose.


 No.102519


 No.102520

>>102519

Will she go through all of season 1 this year? If so, based


 No.102521

File: 5e13570dc35804c⋯.jpg (74.39 KB, 400x400, 1:1, Gerard_Kearns.jpg)

I had a dream I met Nilso and another trip I can't recall. Nilso looked like pic related and we all hung out.


 No.102522

>>102439

Don't let Cats see this


 No.102523

>>102522

too late


 No.102524

>>102523

so I assume that you've done what you did last time


 No.102525

>>102524

i 'did' nilso, yes


 No.102526

indelible in the hippocampus is the nilso


 No.102527

the nilso who fell to earth and unfortunately survived the fall


 No.102528

File: 019f6375d0804ea⋯.jpg (360.57 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, IMG_20180928_112940.jpg)

File: 5413bede820afc3⋯.jpg (353.23 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, IMG_20180928_112942.jpg)

File: b69aef5e75c889b⋯.jpg (361.93 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, IMG_20180928_112943.jpg)

File: 705da35637cf192⋯.jpg (375.12 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, IMG_20180928_112947.jpg)

File: d1f211416e3a9ed⋯.jpg (355.62 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, IMG_20180928_112949.jpg)


 No.102529

>>102528

Beat me to it by about 5 seconds, based


 No.102530

File: d78008efbabff0d⋯.png (403.22 KB, 664x792, 83:99, 1507138525857.png)

>>102528

>rarities


 No.102531


 No.102532

File: 11c3db7e69bb14f⋯.png (3.42 KB, 368x55, 368:55, 39a4a50ce8fb1bd5757e42cda5….png)

What's your reaction when you see this flash up on the screen?


 No.102533


 No.102534

>>102530

don't post anything related to this show ever again


 No.102535

>>102534

It's been 8 years and the mere sight of cartoon horses still upsets you?


 No.102536

>>102535

it reflects very poorly on masculinity that adult men resonate with teachings of friendship and tolerance meant for little girls. i don't know whether to feel sorry for bronies or be disgusted by them so usually i go with a strange mix of both


 No.102537

what would you do if you looked outside your window and you saw nick briggs walking down the street with some takeout and a bar of chocolate?


 No.102538

>>102536

>friendship and tolerance is only for little girls, it shouldn't resonate with men

toxic masculinity


 No.102539

>>102537

Entirely depends what chocolate it is.


 No.102540

>>102537

Invite him in and show him my folder of pirated audios


 No.102541

>>102539

cadbury top deck


 No.102542

>>102538

not at all what i'm saying.

women are taught friendship and tolerance at a young age, through shows like MLP. clearly men are not being taught friendship and tolerance as well, or there wouldn't be so many adult men who enjoy MLP


 No.102543

>>102542

Doesn't that still suggest that such a show is an antidote for men brought up in a toxic masculine culture?


 No.102544

>>102541

Damn that's tempting


 No.102545

>>102543

no, because it's infantilising.


 No.102546

File: 9c1651ceef5a5f5⋯.png (681.29 KB, 1063x992, 1063:992, doctor who shirt the futur….png)

what would you do if you walked into your kitchen and you saw tracy-ann oberman having a drink of water while wearing this shirt?


 No.102547

>>102546

tell her to fuck off and scream FREE PALESTINE in her ear


 No.102548

>>102546

Force her to record audios in my room


 No.102549


 No.102550

>>102544

cadbury top deck isn't the only kind of d_ck you find tempting.


 No.102551

Doctor Who?


 No.102552

What are the odds we'll see a clip on Graham Norton tonight?


 No.102553

>>102552

what are the odds it's the 1 minute clip that was leaked months ago?


 No.102554


 No.102555

>>102550

surely you're the one who'd know the most about cock since you're by far the biggest faggot on here


 No.102556

>>102555

sorry, who do you think i am?


 No.102557

>>102555

wow nilso wow


 No.102558

>it's a "false flag as nilso" episode


 No.102559

>>102555

If I hear any more language like that from you, young man, you're in for a jolly good smacked bottom.


 No.102560

i'd like to smack nilsos bottom and tell him he's worthless


 No.102561

>>102558

>false flag

>false

>implying


 No.102562

>>102561

actually I'm outright suggesting it, not just implying


 No.102563

My cum-thirst is driving me insane.


 No.102564

toomanytimes here


 No.102565

skelly


 No.102566

File: aedffc74c0ff5a7⋯.jpg (18.58 KB, 582x94, 291:47, Neo.jpg)


 No.102567

what would you do if you were in the supermarket and you saw colin baker with a shopping trolley full of party pies?


 No.102568

>>102567

Give him some pretzel pieces


 No.102569

once i stroked my lil nilso really hard and came in my mouth and kept the cum in my mouth all day telling my co-workers it was bubblegum.


 No.102570


 No.102571

I don't understand why this is so funny to you.


 No.102572

what would you do if a man ran in and told you that he was from the new doctor who episode and he'd tell you the story but only if you keep it a secret?


 No.102573

File: 88a1d83f7cc41da⋯.png (23.41 KB, 580x247, 580:247, Nilsos.png)

wtf lads


 No.102574

what would you do if a man run in and funny scream


 No.102575


 No.102576

>>102573

Please don't go Nilso, some people might shitpost about you but most of /who/ likes you. Trust me.


 No.102577

Just kidding lol nilsos gay


 No.102578

>>102574

insult the audience who watch me then leave the show that made me (internet) famous


 No.102579


 No.102580

>>102578

>insult the audience who watch me

when did that happen?


 No.102581

poppin the champagne cos nilsos gone forever


 No.102582

>>102580

Julian called the audience disgusting on his tumblr then deleted it


 No.102583

>>102582

is there a screenshot of the post?


 No.102584

>>102583

I think so on the flebbit page. I think you'd have to dig a bit for it though


 No.102585


 No.102586

Joooolian


 No.102587


 No.102588

>>102546

Depends

Is she wearing anything else?


 No.102589


 No.102590

>>102569

>Nilso not swallowing immediately

Obvious false flag


 No.102591

>>102589

nilso stop posting your own tweets you gayman


 No.102592

File: 5bfe0ca88c5090a⋯.png (640.79 KB, 459x591, 153:197, ClipboardImage.png)

what did they mean by this??!?!?!??!?!?


 No.102593

>>102592

When are we getting a Men Who Lived xd


 No.102594

>>102593

no im talking about how they left out rose and martha but not donna


 No.102595

>>102592

>No Rose, losing all the Rose fans

>No Ashildr, the Woman Who Lived

>Nobody from the classic series

wew lad


 No.102596

>>102595

They’re all lucky to be on the cover stealing space from Jodie and Yas


 No.102597

>>102592

Why isn't there a little illustration of Christel on this


 No.102598

File: 6feaa739c55b5b3⋯.jpg (56.83 KB, 978x82, 489:41, who wiki userbase.jpg)


 No.102599

>>102594

they had a year cutoff for relevancy


 No.102600


 No.102601

File: 506115704fb92fd⋯.png (171.46 KB, 1208x686, 604:343, ClipboardImage.png)

thoughts?


 No.102602

File: 0cd22b0b23dc515⋯.jpg (6.35 KB, 250x147, 250:147, 1532032692300s.jpg)


 No.102603

“In contrast to Walsh’s bombastic TV persona, Graham is a quiet man often pulled along by the desires of others, and it’s an impressively restrained performance that promises plenty of interesting stories in the weeks to come – though perhaps because of that, his role feels a little more limited this time around.”


 No.102604

File: a25f9b93d4d1e40⋯.jpg (30.15 KB, 600x600, 1:1, cutie.jpg)

Chibnall boutta get dabbed on


 No.102605

>>102528

the way these are edited make them look like some shit overlord would make.


 No.102606

File: 9a82f4b8f249b09⋯.jpg (59.8 KB, 309x227, 309:227, sneed.jpg)


 No.102607

Eccleston spotted on set today near Cardiff. Reportedly a minisode, potentially penned by Moffat. Some rumours saying it'll be available on the red button before the finale. Production code 'Zamper' heard on set.


 No.102608

>>102605

Only ones I like are Lant Land and The Warren Legacy (even though it reuses the same three images twice on the same cover)


 No.102609

Capaldi spotted on set today near Cardiff. Reportedly a minisode, potentially penned by Moffat. Some rumours saying it'll be available on the red button before the finale. Production code '50/50' heard on set.


 No.102610

File: a0c42bc85bf10ea⋯.jpg (46.87 KB, 399x554, 399:554, the bike ride of a lifetim….jpg)


 No.102611


 No.102612

Why is it that literally every single person involved in TV/film is left-leaning politically?


 No.102613

>>102612

People who value the stories of others and want to write their own stories are more likely to be empathetic and not a fearmongering conservative.


 No.102614

>>102612

intelligence


 No.102615

File: 07f8e89399eb5c1⋯.jpg (38.19 KB, 600x600, 1:1, jew_basic.jpg)


 No.102616

>>102612

Agenda


 No.102617

>>102612

because they've never had real jobs


 No.102618

>>102612

reality has a liberal bias :^)


 No.102619

>>102615

you can get the wall.


 No.102620

>>102612

i think there are more left wing creative types in general.


 No.102621

>>102612

personality types attributed with creativity happen to also match the personality traits that lean politically left


 No.102622

>>102620

Creativity, the desire to create things, is inherently left-wing. Conservatism is regressive and destructive.


 No.102623

Conservatives actually believe that every writer is right wing and they are forced to put in social agendas from companies instead of the writer simply believing what they put into the script.


 No.102624

>>102622

AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH


 No.102625

>>102624

It is a basic tenet of conservatism to be hostile towards new ideas.


 No.102626

>>102625

and it is a basic tenet of left-wing ideology to spread your cheeks as widely as possible for anyone and everyone


 No.102627

>>102625

cringe and yellowpilled


 No.102628

Conservatives live in a bubble outside reality where only other conservatives live and they can’t imagine experiences dissimilar to their own so of course they won’t be able to succeed in a creative field.


 No.102629

Leftists live in a bubble outside reality where only other leftists live and they can’t imagine experiences dissimilar to their own so of course they won’t be able to succeed in literally anything meaningful.


 No.102630

File: 46a42bd10d437b0⋯.png (89.8 KB, 645x729, 215:243, 1505838797308.png)


 No.102631

>>102629

No ones going to care about your slabs in one hundred years but doctor who will still be around


 No.102632

>>102626

yes and that's hot


 No.102633

>>102622

>Creativity, the desire to create things, is inherently left-wing

explains nilso's shit trips stories then


 No.102634

File: ea188b672810744⋯.jpg (111.02 KB, 827x723, 827:723, series12.jpg)

Here's your new TARDIS team, bro.


 No.102635

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Gig if you're around what's your opinion on Birds?


 No.102636

File: e1eac1bf8e70924⋯.jpg (82.59 KB, 900x900, 1:1, dxl2ui5v2r611.jpg)


 No.102637

>>102633

Nilso BTFO


 No.102638

>>102634

Hey Rod, you OK buddy? You feeling alright?


 No.102639

File: 7a84a8b76eec333⋯.png (268.71 KB, 1200x1335, 80:89, 1536840635326.png)


 No.102640

>>102633

Forgot my flag!


 No.102641

another day in nilsos one-sided conversation with gig


 No.102642

Both sides are wrong


 No.102643

I'm gay.


 No.102644

File: 8d6e9e386c62134⋯.jpg (81.17 KB, 645x729, 215:243, w1.jpg)


 No.102645

File: 98fa98f9e6a95c1⋯.jpg (5.19 KB, 228x221, 228:221, 1536842899928.jpg)


 No.102646

I'm a political nihilist.


 No.102647

>>102646

im a political nilsoist


 No.102648

File: 1e7f85946d9c22e⋯.png (31.69 KB, 817x891, 817:891, w3.png)


 No.102649

File: d0a458d894a4ea3⋯.png (13.72 KB, 640x480, 4:3, d0a.png)


 No.102650

>>102647

You think everyone different from yourself should move to another planet?


 No.102651

Lefties? Righties? You’re all NPCs to me


 No.102652

>>102651

Epic, let's watch Rick & Morty together.


 No.102653

Just checked and yep, I'm still gay.


 No.102654

File: 69bd1a0994bf19b⋯.jpg (212.15 KB, 1218x1015, 6:5, 1536843028059.jpg)


 No.102655

File: 5bd36ba84855679⋯.png (6.23 KB, 245x206, 245:206, w6.png)


 No.102656

When we woke up a dog was pissing on our tent


 No.102657

So Eccleston / Tennant / Smith / Capaldi / Whitaker / Marshall for the 60th?


 No.102658

>>102657

We're not gonna reach the 60th


 No.102659

>>102657

All I know is Cloister won't see the 100th


 No.102660

>>102657

Eccleston won't come back he's too busy charging disabled people £95 for an autograph


 No.102661

File: 18823f37f4ae4ea⋯.png (392.75 KB, 466x512, 233:256, 1275057244037.png)

>>102470

>mfw googled this and it literally misrepresents a positive review (Radio Times) as "unimpressed" to create the false impression that more than one critic complained about it

I just want to see some actual fucking negative reviews! Is that so much to ask?!


 No.102662

Nilsos future is one big negative review.


 No.102663

File: aac2f3ff488a2a0⋯.png (1.04 MB, 1000x632, 125:79, v&td.png)

will we ever get another v&td type story? (without the monster sub-plot)


 No.102664

>>102663

i wish


 No.102665

>>102663

Rosa Parks episode


 No.102666

File: 506bc437cc7783a⋯.png (179 KB, 315x437, 315:437, ouwnia.png)

>>102665

lmao, just wait.


 No.102667

>>102666

>ouwnia

based


 No.102668

>>102667

wait, he's not here… is he?


 No.102669

>>102649

it's possible to hold serious convictions and beliefs that aren't polarized


 No.102670

the woman who fell to earth is good television but a bad doctor who episode


 No.102671

>>102670

and thats a good thing


 No.102672

>I'm really conflicted about abortion desu. On the one hand it kills more babies, which I'm always supportive of, but… I'm just not comfortable with giving women a choice you know?

dwe?


 No.102673

>>102668

i was just saying thats based


 No.102674

>>102672

Unironically the kind of thing Nilso would say.


 No.102675

>>102674

You're a fucking retard then


 No.102676

File: 8865eee9821f716⋯.png (287.56 KB, 407x434, 407:434, 1518815174607.png)

/who/'s infatuation with nilso is really weird.


 No.102677

>>102675

A little ableist isn't it Nilso?


 No.102678

nilsos pussy has been sucked dry


 No.102679

>>102675

You hate women.


 No.102680

>>102676

It's less a /who/ thing now and more one specific person who has been feuding with him for months and trying to harass him out of /who/.


 No.102681

>>102676

It's just one person.


 No.102682

>>102681

you wish lol. remember your approval rating?


 No.102683

nilsos gay


 No.102684

>>102680

they sound pretty based


 No.102685

I'm gay.


 No.102686


 No.102687

toomanytimes gay


 No.102688

File: 372b5a8ab1a4bed⋯.jpg (129.08 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, grob.jpg)


 No.102689

File: d3973e4b3b282ae⋯.jpg (23.01 KB, 422x473, 422:473, more_jpeg.jpg)

>>102680

harass that fucker back, kick 'em out.


 No.102690

>>102688

adam orford will look like this in 20 years


 No.102691

>>102680

He won't succeed


 No.102692

>>102688

bell end cyberman is best cyberman


 No.102693

>>102692

His name is Gareth


 No.102694

DOCTOR: Ah! Hello. I'm the Doctor.

CYBERMAN: Doctors are not required.


 No.102695


 No.102696

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

greg


 No.102697

>>102691

yes i will


 No.102698

For most of the episode Whittaker wears Capaldi’s tattered jacquard coat and shoes but finally, in a charity shop, she finds her outfit: culottes, braces and Dr Marten-type boots. The character’s regeneration as a modern woman is complete. “It’s About Time” is the publicity slogan. And it is; it really is.


 No.102699

>>102698

>“It’s About Time” is the publicity slogan. And it is; it really is.

It REALLY.

Is.


 No.102700

most trips like nilso, and thats all that matters :^)


 No.102701

>>102698

>finds her clothes in a charity shop

I don't even need to include a reaction image because you already know what it's going to be.


 No.102702

>>102700

>most

lel


 No.102703

>>102701

you buy all your clothes in a charity shop with your slab-laying wage


 No.102704

File: ff19fe39334e32f⋯.png (729.57 KB, 640x480, 4:3, d0a458d894a4ea36ae5db7f6c9….png)


 No.102705

>>102703

Try harder Cats


 No.102706

mongo's here


 No.102707

>>102706

We don't have Mongo and haven't had him for a very long time now. Everything you see is of /who/'s own making.


 No.102708

>>102704

imagine being such a verged absolutist that you made that image and unironically believed that people who don't hold polar beliefs don't hold serious beliefs at all


 No.102709

mongo likes nilso!


 No.102710

>>102708

lol didn't make it, just deep-fried it cause it's stupid.


 No.102711

>>102707

sounds like something mongo would say


 No.102712

File: 46d3cd1e1e5e4c2⋯.gif (371.02 KB, 500x522, 250:261, 3D Gareth.gif)


 No.102713

>>102710

I know, I'm talking about the person who did make it


 No.102714

>>102712

these types of gifs are cool.


 No.102715

>>102703

How classist of you. Nilso actually dresses quite handsomely from what I have seen.


 No.102716

any new /tv/ news? or are we waiting on s11's airing.


 No.102717

>>102708

imagine being skelly and being a political nihilist


 No.102718

>>102705

i wouldn't make a post like that


 No.102719

>>102716

The thread died from inactivity today


 No.102720

>>102716

what do you mean by /tv/ news?

We've had a few threads but they've been mostly shitposting and/or unironic RTDfags who don't know how to respond to being challenged about what 'bad writing' means


 No.102721

nilsos balls are currently the size of frozen peas


 No.102722

>>102717

ive met an nihilist before, he assaulted me with a bag of cheetos.


 No.102723

why does nilso think i'm the nilsoposter?


 No.102724

>>102719

yeh i can see that happening.

>>102720

glad to know they're staying in there.


 No.102726

>>102718

yes you would


 No.102727

>>102726

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.102728

ruh roh!


 No.102729

>>102726

the mythical second janny. can you leak all the posts ive made in this thread please?


 No.102730

The Thin Ice haters have no comeback if you ask them when the first black person arrived in London. I’ve asked it at least four times and haven’t gotten a single response because these people don’t actually care about historical accuracy they just don’t want black people in doctor who. Knowing these people will be constantly verging throughout series 11 because of the two POC companions and the white companion being in a mixed relationship will be very amusing.


 No.102731

>>102729

who's the first janny?


 No.102732

File: d8c90e0b4c86161⋯.gif (636.02 KB, 260x195, 4:3, 10nc.gif)


 No.102733

>>102731

Cloister


 No.102734

>>102733

cloi's more of an admin


 No.102735

>>102730

Okay but I'm not really looking forward to boardies flooding the general with additional racism.


 No.102736

>>102734

Cats might be referring to Nilso as the first janny but I thought the original second janny was replaced with the current one


 No.102737

i was reffering to cloister yes


 No.102738

>>102736

both nilso and toomanytime lost their janny powers


 No.102739


 No.102740

>>102735

you just have to know how to cause them to short circuit


 No.102741

>>102739

all me


 No.102742

>>102738

That's a lot of Nilsoposts there, Cats. Got something you'd like to admit to?


 No.102743

>>102739

>>102741

b-b-b-based!


 No.102744

Cats gay


 No.102745

>>102744

cats is pan, he doesn't believe in distinguishing people by gender or sex


 No.102746

>>102742

t. Nilso


 No.102747

>>102745

No he's gay. He occasionally posts gay porn.


 No.102748

>>102747

pan people are attracted to people with penises, among other things


 No.102749

in the words of another man who perhaps isn't, I am a straight man. I have always been a straight man.


 No.102750

Blue glasses


 No.102751

>>102750

based and blue glasses pilled


 No.102752

>>102749

how do you define straight?


 No.102753

>>102752

never not put a willy in my bum


 No.102754

>>102752

being attracted solely to people of the opposite sex


 No.102755

File: a269eac2511f66a⋯.webm (2.8 MB, 794x884, 397:442, sessriver.webm)

Which Doctor Who moment made you feel like this?


 No.102756

>>102754

where does that place pre-op mtf women?


 No.102757

>>102755

The announcement that moffat was leaving


 No.102758

>>102756

i don't know skelly, why are you so interested in my sexual preferences?


 No.102759

File: 962bd5c866bdd8f⋯.png (60.5 KB, 724x642, 362:321, Levine.png)

reminder


 No.102760

>>102759

Moffat would be too pussy to do this. RTDchads forever!


 No.102761

>>102759

>RTD tells Levine to fuck off

Based

>Chibnall reads Levine’s blog

Cringe


 No.102762

Reminder that Victor Kennedy in Love and Monsters is a parody of Levine


 No.102763


 No.102764

>>102761

I don't think that's Levine's blog, unless I'm missing something here?


 No.102765

>>102763

t. Levine


 No.102766

>>102763

Maybe not Levine specifically but the Levine archetype of doctor who fan that ruins the experience for everyone else


 No.102767

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

IT'S OUT


 No.102768

File: 8c0cedc9b5d9209⋯.png (33.27 KB, 157x160, 157:160, 1297221949359.png)

>DoctorWho_BBCA follows Ian Levine on Twitter

what the FUCK


 No.102769

>>102768

He is a former doctor who writer and he deserves our respect


 No.102770

>>102769

RTD didn't think so


 No.102771

>>102769

But he's denounced the show and declared that it's ruined because they cast a woman.


 No.102772


 No.102773


 No.102774

>>102771

He might have opinions you disagree with but his contributions to the show and his help finding missing episodes are invaluable.


 No.102775

>>102774

This doesn't explain why the official social media account for Doctor Who on BBC America would follow and thus endorse his views.


 No.102776

>>102774

misogyny is more than a difference in opinion you festering sack of shit. go suckle on his engorged mantitties


 No.102777

>>102775

Twitter isn’t like Facebook. There isn’t a separate button to click to show support for the person you follow you just follow them. You can’t tell if they support or not just from a follow


 No.102778


 No.102779

>>102776

Bit homophobic


 No.102780

>>102777

Okay but if you follow DoctorWho_BBCA and go to Ian Levine's twitter page, you see the Doctor Who icon appear under "Followers you know". That's literally associating their brand with Levine. Are they really comfortable with that?


 No.102781

File: d64d6c6eece1779⋯.jpg (426.67 KB, 2048x1536, 4:3, DoLrN8GXUAIFYP6.jpg)


 No.102782

File: 5f42593b8bc8004⋯.mp4 (883.47 KB, 720x720, 1:1, ryansinclair.mp4)


 No.102783

>>102781

is this one of those british cultural icons like basil brush?


 No.102784

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.102785

>>102783

Anyone else watch that Basil Brush episode on the Mind Robber DVD? It had Basil climbing Mount Everest and meeting a yeti that had the same costume from Doctor Who?


 No.102786

File: fd917a94b50e9cb⋯.jpg (342.92 KB, 1247x1247, 1:1, DoLgFPLW0AAREN2.jpg orig.jpg)


 No.102787

>>102785

I remember that


 No.102788

File: 1c7c7ce0c21a5e8⋯.jpg (98.05 KB, 1080x1000, 27:25, Russell T and Hacker T.jpg)


 No.102789

File: cfe6b8bd50a3bec⋯.jpg (304.17 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, DoGWckXXkAEQjOC.jpg)

File: 2ed449432949c7a⋯.mp4 (953.79 KB, 720x720, 1:1, yaztoherfriends.mp4)


 No.102790

>>102789

What do the hexagons symbolise?


 No.102791

>>102790

Jodie is the sixth new who doctor


 No.102792

File: d46d24cf37c2f2f⋯.gif (1.6 MB, 500x288, 125:72, tumblr_o1pncwNeZd1r3715fo4….gif)

>>102788

Oucho was better


 No.102793

>>102790

they're taken straight from the new tardis interior


 No.102794

>>102793

interesting


 No.102795

Everytime I think it couldn't get less extraordinary it surprises me. It's impossible. I hate it. It's evil. I want to kill it to death.


 No.102796

File: 60ba0ce380da790⋯.jpg (32.56 KB, 640x360, 16:9, bear.jpg)

Bear is superior


 No.102797

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I love rewatching this trailer and remembering watching it pre S9, when the glimpses of Heaven Sent just seemed like anything else. We had no idea what we were in for. Even when news that it was essentially a one-hander came out.


 No.102798

>>102797

and it still managed to disappoint


 No.102799

Lads I love S9 so so so much. It makes me so fucking happy. I'm so goddamn glad we got it. It was great watching it with /who/.


 No.102800

File: 54c533746089e11⋯.jpg (128.1 KB, 800x600, 4:3, david_3_modal.jpg)

Morph has been travelling


 No.102801

>>102800

Sloath. Best wishes to you as always.


 No.102802

how will sesska react to 'he's orange'?

will she cut that scene out?


 No.102803

When will Jodie get a Utopia moment?


 No.102804

>>102803

I feel like we'll be getting a Utopia moment in series 11


 No.102805

>>102802

She will go on a rant about politics ruining doctor who for her and her soldier husband


 No.102806

File: 1e62a1474e0cb24⋯.png (368.71 KB, 2400x2400, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

>this cover

What, if I do say so, the fuck?


 No.102807

>>102806

imagine how kino capaldi reading a novelization of heaven sent would be


 No.102808

>>102803

>a twist based on old lore emerging in the new show

Not gonna happen, although I think we'll get some manner of "twist" (thankfully disregarding "le every episode is standalone" stuff) towards the end of the series. I'm gonna be impressed if Chib does the same approach for S12 and S13; it would be really interesting to have a whole lack of era of Who be disconnected from the past.


 No.102809

>>102803

Do you mean an episode dedicated to a single scene and making that scene as impactful as possible using all the established lore?


 No.102810

I still verge whenever I see the new logo on Classic Who shit. They can't keep getting away with it.


 No.102811

File: 78e5f97b295fc94⋯.png (524.46 KB, 880x880, 1:1, Caves.png)


 No.102812

If Chibnall is the first era without daleks it will be worth just doing it


 No.102813

File: ea9b0f501ecf5a5⋯.png (72.84 KB, 420x697, 420:697, ClipboardImage.png)

What was their endgame in designing the cover like this?


 No.102814

File: 752ba6e0b036a68⋯.jpg (61.52 KB, 800x600, 4:3, tulio_modal.jpg)

Morphs looking for a snack


 No.102815

>>102814

That's Morph's cousin from out east


 No.102816

>>102814

That's no Morph I know.


 No.102817

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.102818

remember the mcgann can-can guy


 No.102819

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>102818

he's still making videos


 No.102820

>>102819

beautiful


 No.102821

Morphant.


 No.102822

Canonically speaking, which companions were virgins?


 No.102823


 No.102824

>>102797

I like the bookending with the first shot of the trailer being the last shot of the actual series


 No.102825

wheres sesska


 No.102826

>>102824

In my culture, we call that kino.


 No.102827

Xmas special reportedly a New Years Day special this year instead.


 No.102828

File: 8871aa49734a019⋯.jpg (3.46 MB, 5760x3144, 240:131, doctor-who-series-9-traile….jpg)

File: 1a278e6ad3ab0e9⋯.jpg (3.13 MB, 4800x3144, 200:131, doctor-who-series-11-orang….jpg)

It all returns to nothing

It all comes tumbling down, tumbling down, tumbling down

It all returns to nothing

I just keep letting me down, letting me down, letting me down


 No.102829

File: 8d3ad4058f1d1f4⋯.png (339.39 KB, 405x352, 405:352, euphoric.png)

>>102827

Excellent.


 No.102830

>>102827

Source?


 No.102831


 No.102832

>>102831

im furious


 No.102833

>>102733

>>102734

>>102737

I'm neither Janny or Admin anymore and I haven't been for some time.


 No.102834

>>102831

Can you fucking IMAGINE if Chibnall gives up the Christmas slot permanently after Moffat went to the pains of ruining Capaldi's exit with TUAT just to protect it for his successor?


 No.102835

File: ecfa062a91c0b42⋯.jpg (57.17 KB, 570x392, 285:196, chris-chibnall-b-570x392.jpg)


 No.102836

cant wait to see how the chib gang spins this

>m-maybe new years is better?, it's a change after all!


 No.102837

Christopher Theodore Chibnall.


 No.102838

File: 8459624174e4542⋯.jpg (3.48 KB, 205x246, 5:6, dspface.jpg)

>It’s been suggested to one of our reporters that the special episode will be set on New Year’s Day rather than the traditional Christmas Day, which tallies with the secrecy surrounding the confirmation of this year’s extra episode – we’ve heard that there will be one, but those in the know have been very careful not to refer to it as a ‘Christmas Special’


 No.102839

>>102838

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA>>102838


 No.102840

I don't see the problem with this. Christmas Day viewing figures have been dropping as a whole for years while New Years Day has stayed strong.


 No.102841

remember how the doctor made every government's secrets publicly available online with one wave of the sonic screwdriver and there were no consequences?


 No.102842

Just make it really.


 No.102843

>>102842

It'll do


 No.102844

Fit for purpose.


 No.102845

>>102842

the guy's got the best job in the world from the pov of a doctor who fan and he's so lackadaisical about it


 No.102846

>>102845

What we want is for people to feel like we’ve got the range and variety of Doctor Who this year. So if you’ve never seen it before, you’re gonna fall in love with it, and if you have seen it, you’re gonna get those things that you love about the show across the 10 episodes.


 No.102847

Moffat: I never, for one second, forgot how privileged I was to be in this job.

Chibnall: Just make it.


 No.102848

File: bd1c5b7f5454b42⋯.jpg (52.78 KB, 968x726, 4:3, steven-moffat.jpg)

it's about time for your daily apology /who/


 No.102849

Series 11 truly is a series of Doctor Who.


 No.102850

>>102848

I'm so fucking sorry.


 No.102851

>>102848

Forgive us Moffat. We didn't know how lucky we were.


 No.102852

Series 11 truly is ten episodes of the show Doctor Who and in times as divided as ours we need that product more than ever.


 No.102853

>>102848

It's not /who/ that needs to apologise.


 No.102854

File: 759c05c487d05e8⋯.jpg (32.1 KB, 480x468, 40:39, who.jpg)


 No.102855

File: d6aa545458b4ed5⋯.jpg (38.51 KB, 628x419, 628:419, hans-crack.jpg)

Chris Chibnalls: Doctor Who


 No.102856

File: 9c662be575484ce⋯.jpg (42.72 KB, 650x485, 130:97, chrischibnall2.JPG.gallery.jpg)


 No.102857

What's everyone expecting to get from Series 11? I'm expecting to get 10 episodes of Doctor Who.


 No.102858

>>71900

>In a few years people will realise TUAT was a pre-emptive strike against Chibnall in the same way TEOT was against Moffat, but far more sophisticated.

>A whole episode about the Doctor having become exhausted with the show endlessly dragging on, accompanied by a fraudulent resurrected image of Hartnell espousing a toxically dumbed-down "good vs evil" approach to the premise, a storyline virtually devoid of event, and nothing that actually convinces 12 that he should carry on with life other than him randomly deciding to in the last few minutes.

>The sensible argument against 12 in the episode is that he isn't seeing the full picture and there's still more new value that can be found in life if he changes his perspective, i.e. gets a new showrunner and regenerates into a woman for the first time. Happy ending, right?

>Now imagine how utterly and irreparably SUBVERTED that answer becomes if the ensuing era is the bland, safe, approval-seeking wasteland of vacuity that Chibnall will probably deliver purely for the sake of prolonging the IP's monetary value? In other words, exactly what 12 was scared of in the first place? By the end of S13, when Chibnall has failed to rise to Moffat's challenge, we will have learnt that 12 was right all along.

>Please note I don’t actually think any of it was intentional (as entertaining as that idea is). I don’t think RTD deliberately set out to undermine Moffat when he wrote “some new man goes walking away and I’m dead” then had 10 randomly visit every single fucking character. But the dark well that is the end of a showrunner’s tenure – the need to mine out a justification for a sense of finality and a last big statement about Doctor Who when everything has already been used up by prior seasons; the naturally low stakes when someone else is already prepared to take over – seems to have a habit of unearthing these inadvertently fatalistic drives within the show, a subconscious loathing of what it might end up becoming if forced to continue.


 No.102859

>>102857

I'm expecting to get 10 episodes of drama in the style of broadchurch but without a serialized story and with scifi elements


 No.102860

>>102857

Just some doctor who really.


 No.102861

>>102857

I expect to enjoy it. Nothing amazingly good with maybe 2 awful episodes. Jodie will be a good Doctor and he companions will have good chemistry but nothing exciting or new


 No.102862

>>102857

For Doctor Who to be on air again, for ten weeks, because it's about time for that to happen.


 No.102863

Can I please get a link to the extremis big fat cock reaction?


 No.102864


 No.102865

Will Series 11 be like Solo or TLJ?


 No.102866


 No.102867

>>102865

solo - thoroughly mediocre and nothing particularly justifying its existence


 No.102868

>>102866

Thank you. I'm watching Extremis atm and thought it would make a nice coda.


 No.102869

>>102866

>>102863

he's literally /ourguy/ now


 No.102870

>>102869

in his most recent trailer reactions he starts off by saying he doesn't like the idea of a female doctor and insists he's not a misogynist


 No.102871

>>102870

so he's based and redpilled is what you're saying?


 No.102872

>>102869

Mate. We might hate S11, but we still have slightly higher standards than that.


 No.102873

File: 21cbc57599a9cbf⋯.jpg (121.27 KB, 1104x809, 1104:809, implying.jpg)

>>102869

y i k e s


 No.102874

File: 1e7a2a006db1bcc⋯.png (229.53 KB, 433x547, 433:547, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.102875

File: 7a2441e8eb92ba5⋯.jpg (64.62 KB, 640x360, 16:9, p06mdls0.jpg)

Based Jodie will get the goose to guest star in Series 12. He's already a fan as he cast Matt Smith in his movie.


 No.102876

File: bf339af509c1f15⋯.png (335.44 KB, 477x442, 477:442, Screen Shot 2018-09-28 at ….png)


 No.102877

EXTREEEEEEMIS


 No.102878

File: 009d8d8ae124cff⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 993.66 KB, 810x642, 135:107, wtf.png)

Reminder that 9 loves drugs


 No.102879

Why did Kinda decide to adopt a trip when people can just filter him? Surely if his aim is to be as annoying and shitposty as possible he should make his posts completely unavoidable.


 No.102880

>>102878

That looks absolutely based, what the fuck?


 No.102881

File: 94143a14928cf96⋯.jpg (15.09 KB, 238x255, 14:15, 41500641_2053368224741086_….jpg)

>>102879

and yet you still haven't filtered me


 No.102882


 No.102883

>>102878

PLS SAUCE


 No.102884

>>102882

>stereo panning flipped

JESUS FUCKING CHRIST. This production team can't do anything right.


 No.102885


 No.102886

>>102878

that was a strange comic


 No.102887

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Should Segun Akinola take some influences from Japanoise?


 No.102888

Nardole's interjections to 12 in Extremis ("oh look, it's a mysterious light in front of us", that kind of thing as he covers for 12's blindness) can be read as a hilarious parody of Big Finish.


 No.102889

File: d9e158d26b21168⋯.mp4 (3.62 MB, 720x720, 1:1, hacker.mp4)


 No.102890

>>102889

OH NEPTUNE


 No.102891

>>102879

It's fair play. Unlike someone that say has a trip and shitposts without it. Kinda at least has some respect for his fellow posters, giving you or whomever the ability to filter him. Good form. 👍

t. Cloister posting on another device out of doors.


 No.102892

>>102891

Can you pick me up a Vess while you're out. Thanks m80


 No.102893

>>102891

Throwing shade at Cats?


 No.102894

The Doctor Falls>Extremis>The Pilot>World Enough and Time


 No.102895

>>102892

Sure. What flavor?

>>102893

Cats doesn't have a complete monopoly on shitposting anonymously. His are just the most incendiary generally.


 No.102896

>>102894

The Doctor Falls | Extremis | The Pilot | World Enough and Time


 No.102897

>>102895

What flavor do you recommend?


 No.102898

>>102894

the pilot isn't actually that good


 No.102899

>>102898

It's easily one of the best directed episodes in the history of the show.


 No.102900

>>102899

Soon to be dethroned by S11


 No.102901

The pilot feels like moff trying to continue with the direction first shown in bells of st john, it's easily the best representation of a living breathing place in England since the RTD era. I wish we had more time spent there with professor doc


 No.102902

>>102897

Been on a pineapple kick lately, but I usually opt for a black cherry or cream. I should warn you the cream's coloring is very pink. It's disconcerting for some people.


 No.102903

balls of taint john


 No.102904


 No.102905

>>102904

o i am laffin


 No.102906

Whittaker can never be Tennant 2.0 solely for the fact that she doesn't gurn or talk in an obnoxious mockney accent, which are easily 10's worst traits


 No.102907

Extremis featured the most companion deaths in a single story since To the Death right?


 No.102908

>>102906

Ive seen quite a few gurny photos of here desu fams


 No.102909

>>102907

The Pandorica Opens


 No.102910

>>102908

But none of them smug.


 No.102911

I wonder what Bidmead thought of Extremis. He loves the Holographic Principle.


 No.102912

Extremis - a multi-Doctor episode? Two distinct 12s are in it.


 No.102913

>>102911

He would probably be disappointed that it's too dumbed-down and inaccurate.


 No.102914

>>102910

No it's not smug but hopped up on molly gurn.


 No.102915

>>102899

write a paragraph elaborating on this


 No.102916

>>102915

Say something nice.


 No.102917

>>102901

that's true. I think Chibnall's Sheffield will be very living and breathing in a similar way, but with the mention of knife crime, it might be more like the England we see in Luther


 No.102918

>>102914

A very different kind of gurn.


 No.102919

>>102916

pretty please?


 No.102920

>>102916

I like hearing you elaborate on your non-common takes


 No.102921

neo's hot take incoming. I'm excited


 No.102922

>>102917

This is something im actually looking forward to in s11, by the end of broadchurch you really had a good feel of the scale and geography of the place, I hope we get a lot of time there honestly.


 No.102923

Do you think Moffat had a random episode concept generator?

>*spins roulette*

>EVIL

>*spins roulette*

>WI-FI


 No.102924

File: 3edb116f0309a96⋯.png (189.12 KB, 473x503, 473:503, angryjod1.png)


 No.102925

>>102923

>living - statues

>carnivorous - shadows

>snake - man


 No.102926

File: 35b0dea22f8760e⋯.jpg (53.67 KB, 600x400, 3:2, C7KivWkX4AECXjN.jpg)


 No.102927

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

was it a utopia moment?

more importantly, does anyone else feel like series 10 is delayed kino? i find myself liking it more and more every day


 No.102928

>>102925

Terry Nation:

>robot - nazis

Moffat:

>literal - robot - nazi


 No.102929

don't breathe

don't look

don't think

god series 8 was shit


 No.102930

>>102927

wasn't as big of a deal as utopia

seeing sesska watch S10 without cynicism is making me warm up to it more and remember how I still liked the mediocre episodes on first viewing, but I think even if she likes the monk trilogy she won't change my mind on it


 No.102931

>>102927

No. I've loved it since it aired.


 No.102932

Time Heist should have been called Think.


 No.102933

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I know this track is a meme but im genuinely upset we'll never hear it again


 No.102934

The moral of Time Heist - Banks are evil, it's morally OK to rob them.


 No.102935

>>102934

is it wrong?


 No.102936

File: dc362c029e2ff67⋯.png (34.96 KB, 542x602, 271:301, 1493290109563.png)

>>102889

>ywn have your back scratched by Jodie Whittaker

what's the point /who/?


 No.102937

Blink

Hide

Listen

Smile

The four horsemen of the apocalypse


 No.102938

>>102934

in time heist, he was asked by the owner of the bank to do it

that moral doesn't apply


 No.102939

>>102930

I wonder, would it have been more kino if it was revealed that the ENTIRE series up until extremis was all a simulation? meaning that the doctor meets bill in person for the first time in the following episode?


 No.102940

Neos Megaspoiler


 No.102941

File: dfaf17141f1a828⋯.png (163.7 KB, 615x407, 615:407, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.102942


 No.102943

Why did Series 10 have so many one-word episode titles?


 No.102944

File: 4ddbd4c19ed5603⋯.png (276.92 KB, 416x400, 26:25, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 6b8308883343f90⋯.png (218.81 KB, 402x401, 402:401, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.102945

>>102943

To make up for The Pyramid at the End of the World


 No.102946

>>102945

yeah, they gotta budget the words. It's why season 26 had to make do with survival and battlefield.


 No.102947

The Pilot is the The Time of the Doctor of companion introduction episodes.


 No.102948

>>102947

care to expand on that?


 No.102949

>>102948

Compressing an extended amount of time into a single episode through a series of linked minisodes.


 No.102950

>>102949

actually that's a really good comparison there. I hadn't though about it, but now that you point it out, it seems obvious. It's a format that I won't miss to be absolutely honest


 No.102951

>“I hope it demonstrates everything that you come to love about Doctor Who. There’s fun, there’s monsters, there’s action, adventure and an amazing new Doctor… What we’ve tried to do is show the range of what Doctor Who can do visually, emotionally and geographically through time and space… the whole range of everything.”

>– Chris Chibnall at the Q&A event post screening

lol


 No.102952

The Moffat era is an epilogue to the RTD era. Chibnall is the true successor.


 No.102953

>>102952

RTD, Moffat and Chibnall's eras are a play in three acts. Specifically, a tragedy.


 No.102954


 No.102955

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>102920

>>102919

For series 10 Moffat (I actually expect this was more Minchin, but same difference) went out of his (their) way to go outside the regular BBC stable of directors (NewWho is not alone in regularly plundering this same stable list of directors that basically only ever do Brit TV work, they are all very workmanlike, when we get someone notably talented like Toby Haynes they stand out, and Rachel Talalay and Nick Hurran both deservedly have something of a non BBC career at this point too, and Talalay of course didn't come up in that environment either). They hired directors Lawrence Gough and Bill Anderson to direct the first four episodes of the series, presumably to try something different, experiment a bit, set the series up different stylistically (though it fell by the wayside, remember how much S10 was positioned as a 'new' series, a soft reboot). Apart from Talalay and Adam Smith, these were the only two directors of the Moff era he hadn't inherited from RTD or who were the sorts always in and out of BBC Wales' production studios. Anderson is a young Scottish indie director, and Gough is an established BBC period-action London director. The point I'm making here is S10 ambitiously hired ambitious directors who, if from nothing else than sheer virtue of the fact they'd never done anything like Doctor Who before, brought something new to the show.

I'll quote Gough, who directed The Pilot and Smile (and individually storyboarded every frame of each episode), himself:

>It was an interesting pressure. I try and seek out projects that give me pressure. It was a challenge, and I wanted that. I had a few thoughts in my own head about how I wanted to approach and to try and mix it up a little bit if I could, particular with performance and character. I was pretty heavy on giving feedback on script, as much as I could do.

Also worthy of note is that he directed the Friend From The Future minisode a year in advance of directing The Pilot, which he credits for giving him time to mull over how Peter and Pearl interacted and how he could improve and sharpen their chemistry and relationship in the actual episode. In particular he fixated upon wanting her TARDIS reveal moment to be more attuned to her mindset as it happened, and not just using any of the visual language Classic and New Who had established for such moments:

>What I thought was there was a visual flair to the reveals that’d not been done, and I came up with the idea of doing it on a wire cam. I found out the diameters of the TARDIS and worked out the widest point, and we rigged a steel cable from outside the front door of the TARDIS – we took out a pane of glass that you don’t see – and put it right into the rafters outside the build. We were able to travel the camera the maximum diameter of the TARDIS using an extremely wide lens. You’re probably looking at maybe between 20 and 30 metres. It took quite a time, and then we had to digitally remove the cable, of course, because it was in shot. But it worked. And we looked at the grid of the way the lights work in the TARDIS and we played with those. Everything is controlled and on separate circuits, so you can control when it comes on – you probably know all this! – and the way the lights come on. The rest was in the grade, when we held back on the darkness as far as possible, so it looked like we were pulling back, and then the reveal.


 No.102956

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>102920

>>102919

Also of note is the fact he actually came up in the acting world originally, which lends itself to an approach he describes that's quite different from how workmanlike/more-coverage TV directors usually operate:

>I come back in my work to studying as an actor. Allowing the actor to breathe in the frame and not steering the audience for every beat. Not doing tons of coverage, but doing the coverage for the scene, and allowing the blocking to be right. Not just doing blanket coverage and making it in the edit. What’s the essence of the scene? What’s this scene about? How do we get Pearl to move around the TARDIS for the first time and get the coverage you need to move the story beats forward?

Beyond those quotes illustrating his approach, I think you'll find if you rewatch the episode and pay particular attention to the visuals it would stand out to you how much of the story is communicated visually (a rarity for Who). This kind of care simply isn't in the vast, vast majority of the show. The composition of the opening shot in 12's study, what it says about 12's new status quo, and how he uses that framing as a kind of counterpoint as Bill's entrance sees it shift and lose its symmetry. The way Heather's temptation to Bill through promise of the liberation of a Doctor-esque life literally comes to emulate the intro of the show. But the real jewel of the episode is the montage of vid related. The way it literalises the metaphor of the monologue in cinematic language is gorgeous, and bizarrely visually-minded for Doctor Who. It explictly moves out of the literal and actually visually positions the frames of the episode as distinct units, reinforcing the point 12 is making about the passage of time. This is experimental and novel in a way directors just simply aren't for Doctor Who, and the rare other cases where it happens (like Talalay bringing the Heaven Sent script to life through expressinism and doing things like intentionally making the shadows unnatural/"wrong" to accentuate the artifical horror of the confession dial) are remarked upon precisely because the actual mindfulness in making the visuals not just bring the script to television, but actively make television/cinema out of it, transcend the confines of the page and tell the story with visuals instead of visually telling the story, it's noteworthy in how well it works. "Time is a structure relative to ourselves, time is the space made by our lives where we stand together forever, time and relative dimension in space, it means life," says 12 in a montage applying that concept of temporal abstraction to how that speech is being communicated in the episode. This just isn't the stuff you see in most episodes of the show.


 No.102957

>>102951

Everything he says is so fucking generic. The optimistic part of me says it's because he's spoilerphobic, and it will change in 2019, when series 11 has aired in it's entirety. But the pessimistic part of me says that his era will be generic


 No.102958

The last two shots of Dragonfire Ep 1 were switched before airing, so the original cliffhanger would have been Ace/Mel seeing the Dragon for the first time instead of the 7th Doctor hanging over the railings.

Are there any other notable DWE's of cliffhangers which were changed before airing for small and minute reasons?


 No.102959

>>102954

That interpretation of the main melody is a shitshow, but I like the approach to the bassline.


 No.102960

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>102954

>>102959

This theme is from a YT video I queued in the stream months ago. I quite like it but it is a bit too screechy.


 No.102961

>>102958

The cliffhanger for TUaT was originally going to be the Doctor's cock falling off. Shortly before shooting this was changed to the ring falling off and the Doctor falling out the TARDIS was added to tie in with S11.


 No.102962

>>102957

Honestly I think (or hope) that he's just a bit shit at doing interviews.


 No.102963

>>102962

That's not all he's shit at.


 No.102964

>>102963

He's shit at growing natural hair.


 No.102965

s11 premiere review in stream


 No.102966

>>102962

Honestly he comes across as autistic to me.


 No.102967


 No.102968

>It wasn't the most gripping, it was a little bit weak

RADIO TIMES' LITERAL REVIEW OF THE EPISODE


 No.102969

>>102956

The ideas for the montage were all in the script. Not that that makes it any less great, but credit where it's due.


 No.102970

>>102969

Fair, though I'd contest with "A row of vertical split screens slamming down together showing each one of the familiar beats of Bill’s day" doesn't necessitate a film reel. Hell, the scripted version of the Bill/Heather meeting in the bar is very different (though it was filmed).


 No.102971

Genuine and real lack of excitement from the two RT reviewers. Not looking good lads


 No.102972

File: f10bcfb7cd4d2d1⋯.jpg (21 KB, 512x287, 512:287, IMG_0982.JPG)

>>102970

>Now zooming out from the freeze frame, to see every other frame around it, like strips of film. Out and out, until we can see the entire episode as a grid of tiny rectangles.

Apologise.


 No.102973

>>102955

>>102956

good take, I honestly had forgotten about a lot of the creatively directed shots in the pilot


 No.102974

>>102972

I concede.


 No.102975

>>102971

what did those RT reviewers think of capaldi?


 No.102976

Remember all those reviews that called The Doctor Falls disappointing?


 No.102977

>>102972

Moffat's such a visual writer. I bet Chibnall's scripts are bare shitfests. Wonder if they'll even keep releasing them like they did Moffat's.


 No.102978

>>102976

no, and I would very rather not ever learn about them


 No.102979

>>102977

He's so visual to the degree I almost wonder if it's annoyed any directors, then I think of the type of the directors DW has had, and I don't worry.


 No.102980

>>102979

Are you defending Douglas Mackinnon's direction of Listen?


 No.102981

>>102980

Douglas Mackinnon more like Douglas Lackskino


 No.102982

>>102980

Sandifer's complaint about the opening of Listen is so offbase; it makes all the sense in the world. I think the ending was handled well too. It could have been better in the hands of a better director obviously but I wouldn't call Listen workmanlike; there was genuine effort there.


 No.102983

The chad Douglas Camfield

Seriously, he's excellent


 No.102984

>>102956

>>102955

great take. It's genuinely given me a new perspective on it. I can't wait to hear what you think of Jamie Childs, in a week or so


 No.102985

>>102984

I'll have plenty to say for sure!


 No.102986

>>102984

Probably mediocre, like everything else in the Chibnall era will be.


 No.102987

>>102977

>Wonder if they'll even keep releasing them like they did Moffat's.

I'm curious to see what kind of behind-the-scenes/extra stuff we'll be getting in general with Chibnall. RTD Who had ridiculously good amounts of that kind of thing from Confidential to commentaries for every single episode (two for most of Tennant's), but it kind of died off during Moffat's run until we were left with the phucking Fan Show. Hope we manage a comfy commentary or two with Jodie and her team.


 No.102988

will be interesting to see just how many of the sets and costumes are intentionally designed to emphasise a teal and orange color palette


 No.102989

File: d0fd47f15647fbe⋯.jpg (267.81 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, DoMfz9iXgAAx3tq.jpg)

WTF


 No.102990

>>102987

Capaldi era commentaries have been shiiiiiit

Series 5 had some kino ones, with Matt and Karen and Moffat.


 No.102991

>>102986

I dont know anything about Childs. Is there anything to suggest he will be mediocre?


 No.102992

>>102989

>using the same photos of Ian and Barbara over and over because they only took one promo shot


 No.102993

>>102991

The fact that Chibnall hired him.


 No.102994

>>102990

Who is even in the Capal ones?


 No.102995

>>102989

I appreciate the paint aesthetic, and having Carole Ann Ford as what I can only assume is an older Susan or something is pretty based. But I probably wont listen unless you all think it's wonderful


 No.102996

>>102994

Jen from catering


 No.102997

>>102993

does he hire them? did not know that. I thought it would be up to Strevens


 No.102998

>>102997

Strevens is also mediocre.


 No.102999

>>102998

fair enough then


 No.103000

>>102989

unf, YES, gib NAO


 No.103001

When I call Chibnall "shit", what I really mean is "mediocre". And when I call Chibnall "mediocre", what I really mean is "good by regular TV standards, but not Moffat-level good".


 No.103002

>>102989

Never understood the "add paint-like splotches to the cover" aesthetic. The Samurai story was comfy as fuck so I'm hoping this will be too.


 No.103003

File: 2ad826863b55ca6⋯.jpg (103.17 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, DoH282sVsAAe3Qj.jpg)


 No.103004

>>103003

He looks based. Murray Gold was basically a twink who wore fedoras.


 No.103005

>>103003

MEMES

WOJACKS


 No.103006

>>103003

At least someone's enthusiastic about this series.


 No.103007

File: 036c01cc905d216⋯.png (2.43 KB, 349x48, 349:48, neos thoughts on hitler.png)


 No.103008

>>103002

was the samurai story truly comfy? how would you compare it to The Chase part 1? I'll check it out if it was comfy / good. I like the paint splot aesthetic, as a decoration though. It's nice, and it feels simple. Which helps take it back to the 1960s, which I'm sure to many felt like a "simpler time"


 No.103009

>>103007

based neo


 No.103010

>>103008

The story flows quite well and doesn't really seem to drag at any considerable pace. It doesn't feel like the story is going "Look, it's a normal story but our gimmick is that it's IN THE PAST :O!!!", but instead feels natural and fluid.


 No.103011

>>103010

I'll give it a chance then. Does it feel true to Hartnell's era?

I quite like the idea of stories tha involve other cultures. We dont often meet the Samurai, or the Ancient Egyptians, or the mayans or really anyone that isnt british in Doctor Who. I feel a lot of Who stories are wasted on Victorian London or WW2


 No.103012

>yfw they only even reveal the titles of the upcoming episodes like 1-2 weeks before airing, if at all


 No.103013

>>103011

It does feel like a Hartnell historical as the TARDIS team is split up almost immediately after arriving. It covers a lot of ground over the entire story as it does jump around a bit but I thought it was great.


 No.103014

back once again it's the renegade Master


 No.103015

>>103013

Can't wait. In the state BF is in rn, I dont give it a go without a recommendation, but you've convinced me.


 No.103016

>>103015

Have you heard The Invention of Death


 No.103017

>>103015

IIRC Neo said in chat the writer of the story Andrew Smith was anally retentive about getting a lot of the sounds accurately done so they recorded a lot of fresh sounds instead of using stock effects. Apparently he was also very meticulous about getting the history and dates right, so that's a plus.

Also, Andrew Smith wrote Full Circle which is kino as hell


 No.103018

>>103016

No. I havent heard any of the nu first doctor thing. Is that one good?


 No.103019

On a day like today it’s worth saying, I believe survivors. Men must not close our eyes and minds to what happens to women in this world. We must fight, alongside them, for them to be believed, at the ballot box & with art & by listening, and change this world for the better.


 No.103020

>>103019

fuck women desu


 No.103021

File: 618a39e5585c6a9⋯.jpg (2.16 MB, 2834x2834, 1:1, 618a39e5585c6a9595dd4040f0….jpg)

>>103018

It's legitimately fantastic and easily, easily the best 1DA. Great science-fiction story.

>no real villain

>genuinely interesting SF concept the whole story revolves around

>explores original alien society in detail and with great consideration to societal differences

>extremely comfy moments (Ian/Barbara chemistry, 1/Ian/Barbara/Susan campfire singalong)

>resists doing continuity references that would have been extremely easy to indulge in

>capitalising on Ian and Barbara's jobs in ways to evolve the story

>entire story is interconnected, the climax/twist a natural evolution of the worldbuilding

>1 in full experimenter/inventor mode

>doesn't shy away from sex

>very memorable premise all round

heres some links anyways

The First Doctor Adventures: Volume 1

The Destination Wars

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/vepygi5w3fgf74e/1%20The%20Destination%20Wars.mp3?dl=0

The Great White Hurricane

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/rgvc0kpmfcx1s3k/2%20The%20Great%20White%20Hurricane.mp3?dl=0

Behind the Scenes (Volume 1)

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/b19dtk0z9zt0lg5/3%20Behind%20the%20Scenes.mp3?dl=0

The First Doctor Adventures: Volume 2

The Invention of Death

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zbzue1c8k55lvoe/1.%20The%20Invention%20of%20Death.mp3?dl=0

The Barbarians and the Samurai

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/90qin8yyks9l7dc/2.%20The%20Barbarians%20and%20the%20Samurai.mp3?dl=0

Behind the Scenes (Volume 2)

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/7pler8awatjet96/3.%20Behind%20the%20Scenes.mp3?dl=0

The 1DAs are interesting because they're like an AU take on starting Doctor Who, not just an emulation of Hartnell era. Going more alt-universe is more interesting and has more creative longevity as there comes a time where basically everything BF can mine from an actual era is mined.

>None of these actors [in the 1DAs] are doing impersonations of the original actors. What they're doing is playing these parts as written. And, you know, we've written them - our brilliant writers, you know, Matt Fitton [sic], John Dorney, and, uh, Andrew Smith, and, uhm, Guy Adams - sorry Guy, how could I forget you, I'm just old and forgetful…uhm, they've written these greats scripts that the style, very much in the style of the First Doctor Adventures, and the cast are coming to it, ah, and playing the parts as written. Written in that very faithful way. So, you know, you're not going to listen to it and think 'Goodness me, I thought that was William Hartnell' - no, you'll hear someone playing the First Doctor character, uh, s-perhaps a slightly different i-interpretation. And with all the other characters as well! I think there will be moments when you think 'Oh yes, yes, this is exac-I recognise that', but this is the sort of new way of looking at it. We just thought it'd be fun and exciting thing. We've been trying to do it for ages but, as it gets mentioned in interviews coming up in future podcasts, David Bradley is so busy, really, uh-th-so we were trying to do these even before, uhm, the Christmas special was mooted. Was, you know, just a coincidence! When they t-, when the BBC finally said 'ooh, and David Bradley is gonna be in the Christmas special, tis top secret', we said 'Oh? You're g-oh! We were already going to do something like that', but anyway, it all worked out very nicely.

>Briggs: "What's fascinating about the cast and their performances is that they're not impersonating William Hartnell and his TARDIS crew. They're playing those parts as written in the scripts. No one can replace the brilliance of those original performances. What we're presenting here is a kind of reinvention of that era, completely in the spirit of the original. They are new but entirely faithful interpretations of these characters."


 No.103022

>>103021

Somewhere, Nick Briggs' ears just pricked up. He can smell piracy.


 No.103023

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.103024

How hype are you guys for The Invention of Death?

>no real villain

>genuinely interesting SF concept the whole story revolves around

>explores original alien society in detail and with great consideration to societal differences

>extremely comfy moments (Ian/Barbara chemistry, 1/Ian/Barbara/Susan campfire singalong)

>resists doing continuity references that would have been extremely easy to indulge in

>capitalising on Ian and Barbara's jobs in ways to evolve the story

>entire story is interconnected, the climax/twist a natural evolution of the worldbuilding

>1 in full experimenter/inventor mode

>doesn't shy away from sex

>very memorable premise all round

Its going to be GOATER than GOAT.


 No.103025

>>103023

She's gonna be a shat Doctor


 No.103026

>>103021

thank you so much for this. based again, neo. I'll check out the invention of death and the samurai one. I think they made the right choice, in making stories faithful to the era, but at the same time doing new things, not worrying about the performance being different. an AU of the original era. It was never going to be exactly the same, so why not? I'm always wary of new actors taking over though. Thanks for all the links and stuff, you're a total babe


 No.103027

I believe the woman.


 No.103028

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.103029

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

ITS OUT


 No.103030

>>103027

is this nilso trying to be funny, or someone randomly using the padre flag? legit cant tell


 No.103031

>>103029

>she skipped "he's orange"


 No.103032

>>103030

It's someone else


 No.103033

>>103032

fair enough. I can't really be arsed with impersonating nilso or whatever, but I'm super drunk on my own at a quarter to 7, so who am I to judge


 No.103034

>>103026

ily, and i agree. the great white hurricane is a super comfy historical too if you like the ones u hear. i dont much like the destination wars though, the first master idea doesnt work.


 No.103035

>she loved it


 No.103036

>>103034

I love the early historicals, so I'll probs give it a go. It doesn't surprise me much that the first Master idea doesn't work though tbqh. It was always gonna be contentious.

I really wish new who would do more with it's historicals. The aztecs, the egyptians, the mesopotamians… we need more adventurous stories instead of Victorian London and WW2 again and again. My girlfriend is latina, and I was thinking of showing her a Who story with South America involved in some way, but the Aztecs while a great story is problematic in some ways, it's a representation of imperialistic ideals. Anyway, it has made me realise that Who doesn't explore foreign cultures enough in it's history, so I hope the rumour about a historical india episode are true. I'm super drunk btw if I'm way off topic here. I love historicals, but I wanna actually explore history. Will check that stuff out though


 No.103037

A mewling, perjuring, soft, white boy should be handed only his own ass, and no other seat. Believe Christine. Believe Women. Believe Survivors.


 No.103038

William Onenell

Patrick Twoton

Jon Perthree

Tom Fourker

Peter Dafiveson

Colin Sixer

Sylvester McSeven

Paul McGeight

Christopher Ecclenine

David Tennant

Matt Elevenith

Peter Catwelvi

Jodi Thirteenaker


 No.103039

>>103038

Jnon Canonrt


 No.103040

>>103038

David Basedley


 No.103042

>>103040

fuck no


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 No.103057

>>103021

Your earlier post about it a few weeks ago made me buy___ this set.

I don't regret it one bit.




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