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"/who/ Cares?" Interactive Special Resolution Adventure: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdYakpCLZLE

File: 76f830c96e08e18⋯.jpg (82.03 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, DW.502.720p.x265.yourserie….jpg)

 No.120764

Showrunner's 2nd Episode edition

a shadow of its former self: >>120003

 No.120766

anyone heard of this new "doctor who" show? it's got bradley walsh from the chase!


 No.120767

>>120766

it is stupid


 No.120768


 No.120769

What if Toclafane are inspired by teletubbies?

>Adam Roberts suggests that Teletubbies constitutes an example of radical utopian fiction. In this reading, the Teletubbies are an advanced culture which has eliminated all need to work, worry, or struggle in any way, and regressed into a childlike state.

>teletubbies are a society which achieved utopia and regressed into children who just eat and dance

>toclaphane are people who achieved "utopia" and regressed into children who just kill things for fun

And there ARE actually teletubbies in s3 finale, out of all shows in the world, he wrote a "master watched teletubbies" scene.


 No.120770

File: b9fcff943b4e38c⋯.png (210.42 KB, 729x416, 729:416, s11 monsters.png)

OH NO NO NO NO NO NON ON O NO

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.120771

>>120768

Have you ever listened to "You will obey me" audio?


 No.120772

>>120770

AH HAH HAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH


 No.120773

>>120770

S11 villain line-up so far:

>dentist

>cloth

>cosmic racist

>spider


 No.120774

Reminder that Season 26 Blu-Ray in 2019/2020


 No.120775

>>120771

As much as you have.


 No.120776


 No.120777

>>120770

>next week's villain is a fucking white male


 No.120778

File: 4fe1770a5d1a5af⋯.jpg (326.58 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, 1519558459382.jpg)

is there a link to a more up to date pastebin for /who/ shares? I have one bookmarked for the Classic Who rips but it's kinda old and the link at the end to the pastebin with the other shares is private


 No.120779

File: cfaaa3e08176338⋯.jpg (104.94 KB, 624x630, 104:105, _76878972_yeti10.jpg)

abominable snowmen location photos are comfy


 No.120780

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 No.120781

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

IT'S OUT


 No.120782

>>120780

never watched this episode


 No.120783

>>120782

most of it is missing so that's probably why


 No.120784

>>120782

me neither, I was on holiday when it aired


 No.120785

>>120783

>>120784

I did not partake with this episode in any kind of media


 No.120786

File: ffd722736091a93⋯.jpg (430.02 KB, 745x745, 1:1, wow lil b they love you!!!….jpg)

lil b options mixtape out now on apple music NOW… legend


 No.120787


 No.120788

>>120787

hey lovebug


 No.120789

File: 11d4ea283947a43⋯.jpg (377.52 KB, 2048x1365, 2048:1365, michael pickwoad.jpg)

how long will it take to get another production designer who actually considers set design from the perspective of how you would film in it as well as just how it looks?


 No.120790

>>120786

lil b more like lil shit


 No.120791


 No.120792


 No.120793

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>120790

lil b loves you anyway


 No.120794

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

morph


 No.120795

>>120793

would you go gay for him?


 No.120796

>>120793

that was beautiful, i take my initial remark (>>120790) back completely


 No.120797

File: 87e99447c53caf1⋯.jpg (44.79 KB, 480x720, 2:3, p06p2wv2.jpg)


 No.120798

File: 3304c894dd490fa⋯.png (125.96 KB, 287x302, 287:302, 3304c894dd490fa6d63e538beb….png)


 No.120799

>>120797

Spooked my guts off


 No.120800


 No.120801

File: 343c80b3b459823⋯.jpg (84.91 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, dsp shower.jpg)

>>120797

Thanks I needed a towel


 No.120802

>>120800

He will meet Marcelo Camargo


 No.120803

>>120797

Imagine if it leaked that this was the second monster of the new series


 No.120804

>>120803

the concept is not that bad, but they don't have time to fully develop onscreen


 No.120805

>>120804

I agree, there's something in this concept, i can't quite articulate what exactly, guess it's just new to have evil telepatic perfectly concious lifeforms who just lie on the ground waiting

but they got 4 fucking minutes of screentime and instead time was spent on sniperbots and some other crap


 No.120806

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>>120795

lil b is a cutie… yes


 No.120807

>>120805

if the cloth monsters had been the threat from the beginning, and more time was spent building up tension, the episode would've been a lot better. instead we got the sniperbots, and they didn't feel scary or threatening at all


 No.120808

Cloth monsters would work as a lead-up to an actual central baddie, like the rags are weapons it uses or something. They are not nearly visually imposing or interesting enough to be the sole threat in a story.


 No.120809

>>120807

>>120805

what about adding a backstory to them

as if the last survivors of the planet made a deal with the stenza that they could live if they agreed to transfer their minds to the the cloth and then get crazy living for centuries


 No.120810

>>120808

they could've been imposing if chibnall had focused on building up a feeling of unease/tension on the planet, before the reveal. like, imagine the doctor and friends standing around, and in the background, you see a pile of cloth moving around. not enough to be super obvious, but enough that if you were paying attention, you'd see it. it wouldn't attack then, the episode would just progress, but the characters would start to feel creeped out, like "we were warned about the dangers of this planet, why is there… nothing?" when in reality, the dangers have been there all along, they just never paid attention to the piles of rags on the floor

>>120809

that'd at least be more interesting than what we got


 No.120811

>>120781

Wow, Neo Ingiga face reveal, incredible


 No.120812

File: d71eaf09b65f3b4⋯.png (1.22 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ourminds.png)

>>120809

this is a great idea, I briefly thought that something like this might be implied there, see this line:

"Poisons, weapons, creatures. We gave them our minds and they made us the creators of death."

>we gave our minds

nice creepy vague wording

There's something interesting hidden very deep inside this episode, but its so underdeveloped, its crazy


 No.120813

File: e4e0379a3720e90⋯.jpg (138.55 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, 23cc62da65fc672e6863f25750….jpg)

You are the one… Neo!CLSTRw9MrU


 No.120814

How to fix TGM

- be a 2 parter

- add 2 or 3 more contenders for the prize

- keep yaz/doc, ryan/graham separated and supporting epzo / angstrom respectively because both had real sad backstory

- redshirts die

- 2 teams need to get togheter to resolve the cliffhanger

- add backstory to the cloth

- only one person would surive / wins

- do not show that the TARDIS was in fact the monument (or have the tardis in non-police-box shape)

- add flahsbacks to yaz/ryan/graham (lost style) too add context to them (including Grace)


 No.120815

>>120812

yeah, that episode had a lot of untapped potential. there was no tension in it at all from the plot (despite it being a race with high stakes?), but if they'd at least played up the horror aspects of the planet, and made it feel like the danger it was supposed to be… it would've been good. and tying the natives directly to the cloth monsters through the mind thing would've made us feel something more for them as a concept rather than just a bunch of writing that thirteen read off the floor


 No.120816

>>120814

This is actually all great ideas, good job.

I was thinking that focusing on the last two contestants would mean that nobody would die, which means no tension, but also means the dangers get wasted


 No.120817

>>120816

thanks


 No.120818

also

>episode 1

>just sheffield

>multiple people die brutally

>episode 2

>deadly planet of death (with monsters and deadly water and robots)

>nobody dies, in fact only epzo was close to death, but both times he managed pretty ok


 No.120819

>>120818

>>just sheffield

>>multiple people die brutally

and they were not the hunting prize

2/3 of their deaths were slasher style for no reason


 No.120820

Apparantly Catherine Tate mentioned Big Finish on TV


 No.120821

>>120820

Apparantly Catherine Tate mentioned Big Finish audiobooks for children on TV


 No.120822

File: c72e51ed08921be⋯.mp4 (2.71 MB, 1280x640, 2:1, big locked door.mp4)

>you can see the cameraman awkwardly turn the camera when he realises that the sonic is out of frame but it's already too late

oh no no no no no no no

why didn't they just do another take?


 No.120823

>>120820

>>120821

Yeah, she said it is not canon.

I'm not even jocking


 No.120824

>>120822

"good enough"

Chibnall's motto


 No.120825


 No.120826

>>120815

Chibnall REEKS of untapped potential


 No.120827

>>120823

b-b-but my McGann minisode canonized it all


 No.120828

Reminder that sandifer was positive about The Ghost Monument even though she was paying so little attention that she never even realised that "Enzo" wasn't actually the character's name


 No.120829

>>120822

I think the extra turn is meant to suggest that the door has opened and thus created more space for them to move, but it's still shit.


 No.120830

>>120828

>she was paying so little attention

has only one job


 No.120831

File: 0b868c882cd33b2⋯.png (735.46 KB, 872x1035, 872:1035, mcgann sun glasses.png)

>>120827

You're god damn right I did.


 No.120832

>>120831

mcgann is the doctor we need, but don't deserve


 No.120834

>>120752

It has to be Splott

>>120803

People would think it was a joke that isn't even funny.


 No.120835

>>120822

What I want to know was, is there even a door? Was Jodie pointing at a wall or empty space?


 No.120836

File: b7a1e8416dbef04⋯.png (977.09 KB, 1000x563, 1000:563, ClipboardImage.png)

>13's Costume

>Grace still alive to see it

HOLY SHITTT ITS A RUSE,GRACE IS TOTALLY ALIVE!21111111


 No.120837

The Beast Below | Kill The Moon | Thin Ice


 No.120838

>>120837

Add Rosa to that list. They gotta decide whether to kill Rosa Parks


 No.120839

A Silent vs a Weeping Angel…

who unironically wins here?


 No.120840

>>120836

The ruse was taking this photo during the shooting of the final scene from ep 1 to create the illusion that Grace wouldn't snuff it.

Remember that post I think Kinda or someone made like "imagine if all you knew about S11 was this pic?" and it turns out the pic is literally false advertising


 No.120841

>>120839

silent


 No.120842

>>120839

zappy boy kills stone


 No.120843

I've always wondered, did Paul get to keep the NotD costume?


 No.120844

>They are made from a high-density polyfibre, can sense fear and blood and will squeeze you to death – like a Boa Constrictor.

Are the remnants sentient bandages? Would be quite useful on a battlefield. Wish we got something more on them as they are very interesting in design.


 No.120845

>>120837

Features references to celebrities that are poc


 No.120846

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


 No.120847

>>120844

another good concept, bandages that went rogue


 No.120848

>>120843

I think it went to DWE


 No.120849

>>120846

what is it this time


 No.120850

>>120848

Rip dwe, sad though.


 No.120851

DWE will probably come back in some form if jodie keeps drawing in normies. though i suppose normies wouldn't go to a doctor who museum


 No.120852

>>120851

only if it is all jodie derp derp


 No.120853

>>120844

>>120847

Lots of potential for that idea. Either it could be sentient bandages that seek out and help the wounded on the battlefield, or… seeing as the scientists on Desolation were tasked with building weaponry almost exclusively, perhaps they were engineered to kill from the start, and you'd sneak them into the enemy camps under the guise of necessary medical supplies, and then they'd just do all the murder for you.


 No.120854

>>120837

| Meat


 No.120855

spoilered because of politics

Ruth Bader Ginsberg died, story coming out tomorrow


 No.120856

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

dwe? also this is fake right? I mean they might have just filtered down to be the stupidest ones, but even the stupidest one should know where Canada is. (idk if usa counts in this context) Otherwise, maybe people know the premise of this show, and act stupid because they want to be on TV? idk


 No.120857

File: 528d1b22710764b⋯.png (1.26 MB, 980x748, 245:187, 1509667014868[1].png)


 No.120858

File: 86f7cba15e850da⋯.png (235.35 KB, 650x487, 650:487, oh shit.png)

>sentient cloth is what chibnall considers an acceptable doctor who villain

we're fucked


 No.120859

>>120855

saucerino?


 No.120860

>>120857

what's the meaning of this meme? Like… Tennant's Doctor sees something about shit trips, and then runs off to /pol/? I've seen this before on /who/, but idk what it's trying to say at all


 No.120861

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>120856

boy at the end


 No.120862

>>120860

it represents /who/ doing their thing, in this case discussing shit trips, when the boy alerts that something is happening IRL and we leave /who/ to /pol/ to check it out


 No.120863

>>120861

exactamondo


 No.120864

File: 57f0023b5f34a0a⋯.jpg (1.23 MB, 2592x1936, 162:121, led-portable-lighting-syst….jpg)

>>120847

>>120853

Imagine the potential cold open too:

>Open on a battlefield tent decades prior on Desolation, SFX of gunfire in the background

>"We're getting slaughtered out there, the targeting systems on the robots, it's… it's malfunctioning.

<"Now, down you worry about that, just lie still, relax now, arm outstretched…"

>A bandage begins to wrap itself around, the wounded soldier is incredulous

<"Never been patched up before? They're smart these. Not like you or me of course, but smart enough to sort you right out! They're drawn to the blood see!"

>The bandage settles for a few seconds and the nurse walks away. Moments later we see a small twitch, which the soldier notices. The bandage begins to tighten.

<"Nurse…nurse? Is it meant to… should it…ow!"

>The nurse doesn't arrive, and the bandage tightens faster

>"Nurse! Nurse! Aggghhhh!"

<Sounds of bones cracking and screaming are drowned out by the disembodied laughter of the Remnants


 No.120865

>>120862

ah, thanks. I wasn't quite getting it, but that makes sense.


 No.120866

>>120864

if this had happened, the remnants would actually be scary, there would be genuine backstory, and maybe the whole episode would've have been so painfully dull


 No.120867

>>120864

those are some really good descriptions, you really drew me in for a second. too kino for chibnall though


 No.120868

>>120858

I was surprised nobody kicked up more of a fuss about this. I think it's one of the weakest ideas for a Doctor Who villain possibly ever, just an old rag.


 No.120869

>>120868

maybe he's trying to do a moffat with 'you see statues all the time maybe they're weeping angels!' but with cloth 'oh you have cloth in your house, be scared!'


 No.120870

>>120869

>>120868

I think it was a bit creepy when they tried to suffocate Epzo. But that was about it tbqh. I was much more excited by flesh-eating water


 No.120871

>>120867

Honestly might just just do a rewrite of Ghost Monument to prove how good it is in concept


 No.120872

>>120871

The kino…was abstract!


 No.120873

Would have added an extra layer of suspense or a feeling of time running out if Ilin had mentioned that in X amount of hours the planet's circular orbit would cause the sea level to rise to a degree where the surface would be submerged for 24 hours making The Doctor, Graham, Yas, Ryan, Angstrom and Epzo to try to find where they need to go as quickly as possible. When they arrive at the ruins they get a message from Ilin that the water will rise in 8 hours. Epzo and Angstrom argue for a while and both are injured by the Androids causing them to need medical treatment which would have allowed for a bit of character building between the TARDIS Team and the Racers.

Epzo has his wound bound with the cloth while everyone else plans on what to do from here on out. The Doctor and Graham find the inscriptions which talk about the scientists being forced to create weapons when they realise that the cloth is also one of these weapons. When they find Epzo they have to explain that the cloth is dangerous without sending the cloth into a frenzy. Epzo doesn't understand what they're trying to say and the cloth activates, crushing all of the bones in his left arm.

The story carries onwards as it does until they reach Ilin's final stop where Ilin reveals that he'd lied about the sea rising so he could see how they'd all react to the impending doom - he also did it to see if any of them would break the rules and fight in an attempt to remain alive over each other. The Doctor and the gang are disgusted by this and call Ilin some names. Both Angstrom and Epzo win after twisting Ilin's arm (metaphorically, of course)


 No.120874

>>120873

im chris chibel show runer of doctor who

ur hired to write ghOST monument NOVEL.


 No.120875

>>120874

I want my payment in pretzel pieces


 No.120876

File: a99b47eab40a8a1⋯.gif (532.29 KB, 931x682, 931:682, 1535084229120.gif)

fuck chibnall


 No.120877

>>120873

How can random anons come up with better shit than screenwriters with decades of experience… it defies belief.


 No.120878

>>120877

Also they had a few days to think this up. Chibnall had 2 years.


 No.120879

>>120877

I don't like shitting on Chibnall but it's hard not to. He had 2 fucking years to think of these stories + future stories and TWWFTE and TGM are the best he could come up with? I think anyone here could've written a better pair of stories. It really does seem like first draft stuff. How the fuck did Chibnall sit down and go "Yeah, The Remnant are on screen for a perfectly acceptable amount of time here. My work is done!"


 No.120880

>>120878

Chibnall's had his whole fucking life.


 No.120881

File: b5b0fda70bc2673⋯.png (159.18 KB, 365x486, 365:486, chibnallmemeable.png)

Say something nice about Chibnall.

Before his first 2 episodes, I was saying "but he'll be good at writing characters, even if the plots arent interesting the characters will be fleshed out and 3 dimensional!!!"… I ate my own words. But what is he actually good at? I'm not looking for meme answers, I really mean it. What are the man's strengths? It seems like both characters and plots are terrible in Chibnall Who, so I don't get it


 No.120882

I know exactly what I'd do for my first year as showrunner.

>Move stories set in England to somewhere other than London

>Solo male companion for 2 episodes then introduce QT non-human companion for the rest of the series

>Pure historicals somewhere like Russia, Canada, Denmark or Germany

>Make Saward look like a pacifist

>Seasonal episodes (Halloween + Christmas slot set aside for the spooky/low-stakes stories)

>Have the Doctor Who equivalent of the Cenobites from Hellraiser as my series big bad


 No.120883

>>120881

Countrycide is the best episode of Torchwood (excluding Children of Earth) bar none


 No.120884

>>120883

objectively wrong!


 No.120885

My favourite episode of Torchwood is Sleeper. What does that say about me?


 No.120886

>>120881

I liked The Power of Three. Best episode of Series 7A.


 No.120887

>>120879

Like some have said, some of the problems are intentional:

>These stories feel cramped, not enough detail

Shafted in favour of "relatable human drama"

>Jodie is too peppy and upbeat

Normans hated Capaldi, so we get the complete opposite

>Big finish tier expository dialogue

Written for people on their smartphones while the episode is on

>Poor attempts at comedy

"Beacon of hope", shittily trying to lighten the tone

>Unambitious designs and storytelling, lacks DW feel

Written for the Netflix/DC crowd who haven't bothered to watch one of the best sci fi shows since 2005

>>120881

No deepest lore shit yet

>>120883

Wrong, it's Reset.


 No.120888

>>120886

the end was bad


 No.120889

>>120865

More specifically, he's reading the "pie-screwing" story of Shit Trips.


 No.120890


 No.120891

>>120888

It was still better than Asylum.


 No.120892

>>120888

weirdly enough he didnt write the ending, someone else took over. (or so the story goes)


 No.120893


 No.120894


 No.120895

File: 230e1f4fadb51be⋯.jpg (14.6 KB, 331x331, 1:1, Chris Chibnall[1].jpg)

>>120890

Likelihood: Pretty unlikely.


 No.120896

>>120887

>No deepest lore shit yet

timeless child


 No.120897

>>120892

I thought the rumor was that the actor playing the villain just quit in the middle of filming? I read that on /who/ but I don't know much more about it


 No.120898

>>120894

What is wrong with Asylum?


 No.120899

>>120898

A lot.


 No.120900

>>120897

That's true. The actor basically refused to do line readings.


 No.120901

>>120897

Chris Chibnall wrote an ending that was too high budget, so it was rewritten to be cheaper. Some say it was Moffat, some say it was just a script editor. The rumour you heard is also true. Series 7 was a fucking mess behind the scenes


 No.120902

File: 633a0667b5011de⋯.png (440.31 KB, 808x805, 808:805, 8a00fbaa6232572239078fa9e0….png)

>>120896

AHHHHHGHHGG EVEN THE FOR SURE CONFIRMED GOOD PARTS OF CHIBNALL ERA ARE BAD

RUBY AGE FUCKING CANCELLED


 No.120903

Post all/as much rumourkino as you can please


 No.120904

File: b4b1fc00d4593d9⋯.png (254.83 KB, 720x418, 360:209, vlcsnap-00014.png)

Jelly Baby?


 No.120905

File: a11551f843fcd2b⋯.png (25.39 KB, 869x214, 869:214, Screenshot (478).png)

>>120897

Wonder how he got the part…


 No.120906

File: 9b12f5622d9c09f⋯.png (241.53 KB, 720x418, 360:209, vlcsnap-00012.png)

Feel Old Yet


 No.120907


 No.120908

File: ee4289523b4af97⋯.png (1.15 MB, 1920x1090, 192:109, vlcsnap-00002.png)

K.K.A.

Kick Kino Away ®


 No.120909

>>120907

Playing Hitler rubbed off on him.


 No.120910

>>120855

Honestly fuck you for getting my hopes up unless you have some super secret source


 No.120911

>>120856

> maybe people know the premise of this show, and act stupid because they want to be on TV?

Possibly, but pretending to be so stupid in order to be on national TV so everyone can see you're stupid is pretty fucking stupid so in a way, it all works out.


 No.120912

File: f84446491f7d2a3⋯.png (3.51 MB, 2000x1334, 1000:667, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.120913

>>120910

it was a GET from /pol/ that said she was going to die today on the toilet


 No.120914

>>120899

A lot of the "issues" people have with Asylum sound like anal nitpicks than actual problems.


 No.120915

File: 682640dcb46e98b⋯.jpg (302.01 KB, 2000x2704, 125:169, Jodie-Whittaker-Feet-28825….jpg)


 No.120916

>>120914

okay, well an issue I have is that I feel Amy and Rory's divorce feels like it has come out of nowhere. Is that a nitpick?


 No.120917

File: b7b514deb06c8f8⋯.jpg (277.06 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, Dog9nBCX4AEQ-PF[1].jpg)

REVERSED LITTLE DOOR

TRIGGERS ME


 No.120918

Ground Control to Major Tom


 No.120919

File: e1cef778bf0c9aa⋯.jpg (1.12 MB, 1200x1200, 1:1, b7b514deb06c8f80e40c8d6c57….jpg)

>>120917

no more fucking baby hand


 No.120920

>>120918

Something about the cigarettes.


 No.120921

File: 57fa30c3dd19b42⋯.png (1.53 MB, 900x1200, 3:4, ClipboardImage.png)

>The Master just copying the current doctor, but with small adjustments such as lighting

This book is based


 No.120922

>>120905

probably had to berkoff a few people


 No.120923

File: 1af5087d8bee1e3⋯.png (1.06 MB, 1300x650, 2:1, war.png)

File: 8a1295951a6fb3e⋯.jpg (111.67 KB, 1000x360, 25:9, coral.jpg)

Anyone else a big fan of the war doctor's tardis? I know it was just cobbled together (the smaller version of the 2005 tardis from a tour thing, plus the walls from An Adventure in Space and Time), but it implies that the coral tardis grew from a vaguely classic style tardis.

I'm imagining that the coral of the console grew enough to break through the control panel, and that the pillars grew through the floor…. And that eventually we get to how it looks in DotD. But from DotD to Rose, we see that the walls have now become completely coral too, and that it is bigger. The whole room is bigger, but also the control panels are definitely bigger. I'm imagining a progression from a classic tardis to the 2005 one over time, with the war one as a halfway stage, and honestly, it's just such a cool idea, really hammers home the organic nature of that console room.


 No.120924

>>120923

i like it


 No.120925

Baby


 No.120926

>>120923

i'm glad we saw it at all, but even if the 9th doctor's tardis was supposed to be overgrown and broken down due to its experiences in the time war, i'd honestly like to think the orignal version would look a bit more interesting.


 No.120927

File: 918406ada1fb18c⋯.png (3.56 MB, 1917x1270, 1917:1270, 8tardis.png)

>>120923

>>120926

also it kind of ignores the best tardis


 No.120928

>>120927

creative af


 No.120929

File: 8e4ce0ae4987f8f⋯.jpg (1.36 MB, 1275x1650, 17:22, RTTardis1.jpg)

File: 65146123e52e69d⋯.jpg (1.83 MB, 1275x1650, 17:22, RTTardis2.jpg)

The Tardis in the Radio Times. Apparently the walls move around from episode to episode. Might be kino?


 No.120930

>>120927

imagine that one becoming overgrown


 No.120931

File: 6a4483c5776cbfa⋯.jpg (1.43 MB, 1275x1650, 17:22, RTTardis3.jpg)

File: 1f693aada1c9d29⋯.jpg (1.81 MB, 1275x1650, 17:22, RTTardis4.jpg)

>>120929

The other pages because why not.


 No.120932

>>120929

> the walls move around from episode to episode.

Troughton's Tardis did that too, and it wasn't even intentional, they just didnt pay attention to the layout kek


 No.120933


 No.120934

>>120782

It's the comfiest troughton base under siege. Sadly the surviving episode isn't the one with the most interesting scene to watch, which is when the Great Intelligence starts pouring out of a cave and over the mountain.


 No.120935

>>120933

>caps?

?


 No.120936

>>120935

screen caps of times the walls were moved


 No.120937

File: 29368dbccb81a18⋯.png (519.11 KB, 552x555, 184:185, ClipboardImage.png)

File: b3fe8d227478d2b⋯.png (181.5 KB, 550x407, 50:37, ClipboardImage.png)

>>120936

not a great example, but here you go. note the position of the 2d wall in relation to others


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 No.120939

>>120937

the 2d wall is flipped also


 No.120940

>>120939

oh yeah, didnt even notice


 No.120941

>>120929

but the walls look the same, what difference it would make if the moved?


 No.120943

>>120941

it's cool because it hasn't happened before since Troughton's era


 No.120944

File: cbfa6bd72518da1⋯.jpg (46.83 KB, 768x576, 4:3, Animusattacked.jpg)

Watching this for the second time, with a friend who's new to Who. He's kind of enjoying it but I'm ready to kms


 No.120945

>>120944

>not just lying back and enjoying the surreal kino


 No.120946

Nightshade.


 No.120947

>>120945

It's hard to when I'm sick :c

I loved it first time round but it's just too long


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 No.120950

>>120949

cursed cover


 No.120951

The Thirteenth Doctor #1 comes out today right? Does anyway know if there's any scans of it if it is out?


 No.120952

>>120947

No 60's serial is too long. The more Bill and Pat footage the better especially after the junkings


 No.120953

File: bff525333593f4c⋯.jpg (34.71 KB, 187x334, 187:334, Doctor Who - In-Vision 075….jpg)


 No.120954

>>120952

Thats true. I guess I just wasn't in the mood, but it's over now. So it's all good.


 No.120955

>>120951

I'm sure it'll be up on VK soon enough


 No.120956

File: 6dd19ab82b1eb8e⋯.jpg (72.56 KB, 600x450, 4:3, web planet 3.jpg)

File: 132522e57506dbb⋯.jpg (87.41 KB, 600x450, 4:3, web planet 2.jpg)

File: 934bbfae70ad61f⋯.jpg (72.34 KB, 600x450, 4:3, web planet 1.jpg)

>>120954

Time for the behind the scenes!


 No.120957

File: aec1401acd45162⋯.jpg (90.79 KB, 998x1000, 499:500, 1535841589641.jpg)

>>120956

those make me feel comfy, thank you


 No.120958


 No.120959

File: 2174609dabbba42⋯.jpg (22.62 KB, 400x400, 1:1, sjqBRl4E_400x400.jpg)

>>120958

>the gene factor


 No.120960

>>120958

>with Terry Molloy asBill


 No.120961

File: 7ee3a1da428c30f⋯.png (625.85 KB, 600x600, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

Oxygen 2


 No.120962

>>120961

Looks kino


 No.120963

Any other example of Doctor Who elements turning up expectedly in other Doctor Who? Like the Oxygen space suit turning up in a 1st doctor audio.


 No.120964

File: d9ca6a31522f0f7⋯.png (361.32 KB, 450x359, 450:359, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.120965

File: a015e790bd3c399⋯.jpg (19.98 KB, 300x300, 1:1, a015e790bd3c3990747433b54f….jpg)


 No.120966

>>120965

troughton versus slitheen (short story called A Comedy of Terrors)


 No.120967

>/who/ cares actually got cancelled due to the tragic dearth of quality


 No.120968

>Randomly pic up a new show

>A random David Tennant Appears!

>On screen less than 5 seconds

>Say's he's the doctor, with John Hurt's name on his forehead.

wtf. You're supposed to warn me about this shit /who/!!


 No.120969

File: 64903e893c05e58⋯.png (747.02 KB, 647x615, 647:615, feelthegurn.PNG)

Nevermind it's william hurt. But look at this mug


 No.120970

>>120969

>william hurt

rip grand dad


 No.120971

>>120967

It's finished, I just want the guests' blessing before releasing it.


 No.120972

>>120971

Can they hurry it up already? It's fucking Thursday and I haven't been told what to think yet. The hell am I supposed to do, come up with my own opinion? Fuck off.


 No.120973

File: 06fc12826ebe288⋯.png (23.53 KB, 650x140, 65:14, eggleston.png)


 No.120974

>>120971

Neo, in detail, could you explain why you like Torchwood so much?


 No.120975

>>120974

Sure but it'll have to wait 8-9 hours.


 No.120976

File: f17d9efe68df800⋯.png (322.22 KB, 441x423, 49:47, moffbeard.png)

I want him back, lads. I want it all back.


 No.120977

Series 10 but the Doctor stays blind to the end


 No.120978

thwack


 No.120979

File: 1dfcb090c4efed3⋯.png (680.24 KB, 499x504, 499:504, bil.png)


 No.120980

Episodes 9&10 have to be loosely connected surely. Unfortunately it'll probably have something to do with the dentist, probably survived and wants revenge…


 No.120981

>>120980

They basically can't be considering that 6 and 9 were swapped


 No.120982

>>120981

Oh yeah I forgot, lame.


 No.120983

File: 3e3ce02e25a6ce0⋯.webm (355 KB, 720x404, 180:101, mind if i poppins.webm)


 No.120984

File: 9881ae5578532db⋯.jpg (47.65 KB, 499x500, 499:500, DEAHhTvXoAA9oMA.jpg)

Was hoping The Ghost Monument would have had Marco Polo vibes and really start to develop characters. It's a shame its written by a hack that cannot write realistic dialogue between two characters.


 No.120985

What was the dialogue in broadchurch like? I can't remember


 No.120986

File: 347d408d623a1bc⋯.jpg (4.71 MB, 5718x3812, 3:2, 6 (1).jpg)

Whats she saying?


 No.120987

>>120986

calling him a cosmic racist


 No.120988

>>120985

>I can't remember

there you go

>>120984

it's almost impossible to imagine any remotely poetic dialogue being said in chibberland. everything's trying so hard for realism it's missing the forest for the trees.


 No.120989

>>120986

Sonic in had of course. Jesus the sonic is gonna be used more in this series than the whole of the Mofffat era.


 No.120990

Has anyone done a count of how many times the sonic was used in TGM?


 No.120991

>>120990

I was going to, but didn't want to have to re-watch


 No.120992

File: a0cf8619d2a99d7⋯.jpg (17.15 KB, 600x337, 600:337, 13potter1.jpg)

File: 7de91839aad458b⋯.jpg (16.48 KB, 600x337, 600:337, 13potter2.jpg)

>>120986

>>120988

>>120989

it's harry potter now


 No.120993

>>120992

where did you get these?


 No.120994


 No.120995

>>120992

o no deflecting laser with sonic now


 No.120996

No thanks.

The looms emerge out of that weird period where there were a lot of Doctor Who fans going "awww… sex" and coming up with all sorts of strange explanations why the Doctor's grand-daughter was not his grand-daughter.

Furthermore, the way they have humanized the Doctor over the last 15 years, they are not going to suddendly decide that he's the creation of some odd asexual process.


 No.120998

>>120985

>As the Americans say, screw you petal!

>She's so right, it's embarrassing.

Okay, I admit I probably just dislike the last one because of Arthur Darvill's delivery.


 No.120999

As the americans say, ___!


 No.121000

Is the Quantum Possibility Engine good? Is it worth listening to the Dispossesed to get to it?


 No.121001

>>120881

Adrift is the best episode of Torchwood (excluding Children of Earth)

Broadchurch is good, all 3 series.

He's a nice guy.

He cast Jodie.


 No.121002

File: 830dd56ba7e241a⋯.png (2.53 MB, 966x1416, 161:236, RCO009.png)

>>120930

it was in the comics.


 No.121003

from dwtv review

There are no monsters in the episode, that’s to say there’s no traditional costumed/CGI threat of the week. Whilst there are plenty of horrifying people on display, Joshua Bowman steps forward as the main villain, Krasko. A character you could crudely sum up as a “racist Captain Jack”, just lacking the charisma (though he does have a [redacted]). For all his posturing though, he doesn’t quite demonstrate enough of a threat.

time agent confirmed?!


 No.121004

>>121003

interesting that he actually is a time agent, im fully expecting jack to come back now.


 No.121005

File: de6be4f0d1d134b⋯.png (21.04 KB, 428x209, 428:209, ClipboardImage.png)

no words


 No.121006

>>121005

S2 has many enjoyable episodes and 3 notably bad ones

People who aren't autistic enough to focus on the bad ones appreciate the quality of other S2 episodes


 No.121007

File: 2230b32f854a42d⋯.png (102.28 KB, 425x306, 25:18, 0.png)

only 7 weeks until christmas!


 No.121008

File: 4c70933795a1c6c⋯.jpg (195.07 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0001.jpg)

hnuyk


 No.121009

File: 3a319ba917c8a1d⋯.png (32.17 KB, 1174x255, 1174:255, s2.png)


 No.121010

File: b58c3d7796f7b05⋯.png (512.01 KB, 800x584, 100:73, 7flips.png)

http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/10-teasers-for-series-11-episode-3-rosa-88839.htm

>3. Did . . . did they just make a joke about the female Doctor not being able to drive the TARDIS? Oh, that is not going to sit well with the Internet.


 No.121011

>>121009

>satan/planet

>shit/ok

fuck offerino


 No.121012

>>121010

To be honest, they have been making a joke about male Doctor not being able to drive the TARDIS for 55 years


 No.121013

File: 26a1417a98dd716⋯.png (264.77 KB, 601x649, 601:649, 1519501651339.png)

>>121011

right back at ya


 No.121014

File: 67b1b69dd963856⋯.png (42.23 KB, 816x112, 51:7, pcjrosa.png)

>>121010

>>121012

ah, it looks like it might just be that, actually


 No.121015

Also nice detail - turns out suggested bloggers from youtube sections of TWWFTE are people from series 11 design department.


 No.121016

Say what you will about Chibbers, but he never wrote Love and Monsters. At least Cyberwoman had a pterodactyl in it.


 No.121017

File: 6fb24a606486e18⋯.jpg (24.97 KB, 365x499, 365:499, 41ig4Wjj9jL._SX363_BO1,204….jpg)

any pdf? wouldve thought at least someone besides me is interested enough.


 No.121018

>>121017

Not properly out yet.


 No.121019

>>121017

should only properly come out today, so nothing on vk yet, give it time, it might show up soon


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 No.121021

File: bb99afc2bb55c11⋯.jpg (97.24 KB, 640x885, 128:177, bb99afc2bb55c11d48a1f9b0bb….jpg)

>>121020

VERY GRACIOUS ANON, much thanks!


 No.121022

File: 32a66075ee41498⋯.gif (2.21 MB, 616x480, 77:60, Spinning tardis.gif)

>>121021

cheers


 No.121023

how do we "fix" smug tennant anon?


 No.121024

>>121023

bullet to the back of the head.


 No.121025

>>121023

>>121024

preferably at the start of the spinal cord


 No.121026

File: c8e6fb6c005c668⋯.jpg (87.58 KB, 463x594, 463:594, James Nesbitt Huntingdon R….jpg)

Jimmy Nesbitt looking straight out of an AU where we got a GOAT grumpy Irish Doctor instead of a GOAT grumpy Scot Doctor


 No.121027

>>121026

holy fuck he IS an AU 12.


 No.121028

>>121010

>Best exchange: “Can we **** it?” “…is the right question!”


 No.121029

>>121006

Just thought I'd chip in with my opinion here: While s2 has it's fair share of kino imho, it also lacks focus as a season. I felt s1 knew what it was trying to do, and the Doctor and Rose both develop over the course of the episodes in a believable way. Whereas with Series 2, it seems like there is no character development, and no cohesion in terms of what the season is actually aiming for. It's not a terrible season, but right after the Eccleston season, it feels like such a step down, it's hard to ignore.


 No.121030

>>121027

yeah the best time for him to have been cast would've been after Eccleston. Oh well, could've, should've, would've.


 No.121031

there's some boardie on /tv/ that genuinely thinks Tomb of the Cybermen is the best 2 serial


 No.121032

>>121030

this desu


 No.121033

>>121031

boardies are just normies on a board


 No.121034

lets make chibnalls (lack of) life a screechingly horrific living hell


 No.121035

>>121034

go to bed neo


 No.121036

>>121034

i want an angry fan to rip off his toupee in public and embarass him


 No.121037

>>121035

im literally posting from work


 No.121038

File: 0417d1808733101⋯.jpg (66.39 KB, 288x378, 16:21, 0417d180873310133c0c9bea6f….jpg)

>>121036

>yfw his hair turns out to be real & the fan actually rips his scalp a little causing him to bleed


 No.121039

File: 1b349185af6f2c3⋯.jpg (58.63 KB, 976x549, 16:9, Nine-Doc-Reg-DW.jpg)

File: 1038ad0cdea06c4⋯.jpg (75.91 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, mpv-shot0010.jpg)

>And you know what, so was I!

<…First fag of the day, always hits the spot!

yfw?


 No.121040

The Abominable Snowmen

The Three Doctors

The Awakening

Ghost Light

The Christmas Invasion

Planet of the Dead

Can you tell me what these episodes/specials have in common?


 No.121041

>>121038

>killer scalps

sounds like a Chibnall monster


 No.121042

File: 70bfcda3087ad2e⋯.jpg (10.28 KB, 269x268, 269:268, 1518709479954.jpg)


 No.121043

>>121040

they're a 6 parter


 No.121044

>>121029

that's fair, it does have no meaningful character arc

rose and 10 act the same in new earth that they do in fear her


 No.121045

Wow I've been waiting for someone to bring back this well loved and respected character for so long now, everything is fixed and I am so happy someone hold me back and stop me from hitting Dorney please

https://twitter.com/MrJohnDorney/status/1052868678180573185


 No.121046

how long before a seemingly unrelated villain is revealed that part of his clothing is actually the talking cloth?


 No.121047

>>121043

Nope.

>>121045

I thought after they'd stopped using Doctors and cycled through a bunch of Masters they'd finally let River just have completely solo adventures but they're literally regressing into releasing a boxset of her doing prequels to Classic serials, it's fucking insane.


 No.121048

File: 9b225aeae845f66⋯.png (1.8 MB, 1002x1069, 1002:1069, chibs head.png)

>I need to design a monster…

>Moffat always took a mundane everyday object and turned it into something that could scare you…

>I know! How about a flying cloth that tries to strangle you and exploit your insecurities!


 No.121049

>>121047

they're a 7 parter?


 No.121050

>>121040

you are sexually attracted to them


 No.121051

>>121047

I mean, we are still getting all of the Masters in River audios but this is dumb as fuck. River does a prequel to Timelash with Tim Treloar and Katy Manning when?


 No.121052

Stenza, dishcloth, knife crime, boxes

Dino, Shakri, a spider with no conscience

Question: What do these things all have in common?

Everybody knows I'm a Chibnall monster


 No.121053

>>121049

No.

>>121050

No.

There is a genuine connecting by the way; this isn't a fake-out.


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 No.121055

File: 50c52961c188c17⋯.jpg (6.25 KB, 150x150, 1:1, DfzFvG7X0AAfPsn.jpg)

>>121045

yobyos


 No.121056

>>121045

A literal who. No one gives a shit about this guy


 No.121057

I listened to that first episode of Nirvi you guys made, and I was wondering: Why did Miles write what was essentially a remake of Rose?


 No.121058

>>121040

The day is saved right at the last minute?

All of them have a scene where someone descends/falls?

All of them have beeping?


 No.121059

>>121057

because RTD is her favourite era


 No.121060

>>121058

No, no, and no. I'll give a hint: dialogue.


 No.121061

>>121057

Miles ain't so smart


 No.121062

>>121061

I already knew that. Who the hell looks at Moffat's writing and think he's the Geoff Johns of Doctor Who?


 No.121063

I've written two!


 No.121064

Week Six can't come fast enough


 No.121065

>>121062

https://twitter.com/spacetimeboss/status/980427229728575488

Seriously, how do you come to this conclusion?


 No.121066

>>121065

https://twitter.com/spacetimeboss/status/980506213493477376

>I tuned out of the Capaldi seasons and can't really analyse them in the same way I can the Smith ones? But also, they're significantly shallower thematically


 No.121067

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>Videos Delayed for a Few Days

aaaaaaa


 No.121068

>skipping the eras you hate

Just watch everything you wetwipe


 No.121069

File: be3d77d0fa1e130⋯.jpg (20.71 KB, 460x349, 460:349, 43952892_1924078977901937_….jpg)


 No.121070

https://twitter.com/alexandraerin/status/1052666839828971529

Incidentally, this week's Doctor Who involved a character who says he loved his mother more after she had him jump out of a tree as a trust exercise and stepped back to let him fall, shattering his arm and ankle. And the Doctor herself said "We're stronger together." I cried.


 No.121071

File: 95ed0283d9be455⋯.png (37.59 KB, 720x281, 720:281, kek.png)


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 No.121073

>>121072

where's the recent quote where he addresses this clip?


 No.121074

>>121073

dunno, tbqh i didnt even know he addressed the clip.


 No.121075

>>121074

I remember it getting brought up in some interview or something, and he says something about being young and joking about how he's done all the things he criticised as a kid


 No.121076

File: fa86053198b122e⋯.png (103.71 KB, 327x339, 109:113, whoops.png)

>>121010

>mfw the first 3 are all nitpicks

You can tell they didn't really like the episode


 No.121077

Hey Nilso are your ring and index fingers the same length or different?


 No.121078

>>121077

nilsos about to get fucking pwned


 No.121079

>>121077

Saw this the other day. I'm het


 No.121080

What about you Kinda?


 No.121081

>>121080

whichever one means im not gay


 No.121082

>>121081

Post hands


 No.121083

>>121082

never, im not playing into any damn hand training neural network!


 No.121084

>Inside Black Mirror is the best and most honest book about the creation of a TV series since Russell T Davies’ unputdownable Writers’ Tale which laid bare the blood, sweat and tears shed in the creation of hours and hours of energy-draining and idea-sapping genre television.

reminder that dw-unrelated books


 No.121085

>>121083

lol u have gay fingers i take it


 No.121086

>>121085

>i take it

I'm sure you do faggot. Post your own fucking hands.


 No.121087

>>121084

I didn't know this book existed but now I want to read it, I bet Brooker's execution of it is absolutely based.


 No.121088

>>121087

I pre-ordered.


 No.121089

File: da7704e04d1b3e0⋯.png (22.17 KB, 134x134, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

my hands aren't gay!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


 No.121090

>>121089

what's wrong with having gay hands?


 No.121091

>>121090

nothing they're actually pretty based


 No.121092

>>121089

Isn't having gay hands a good thing? People would think you have nice looking hands.


 No.121093

apparently u can see if someones gay by looking at their eyes. gay people have different eyes


 No.121094

File: d38a04efdcd277f⋯.jpg (105.12 KB, 1059x1324, 1059:1324, RyFczU1.jpg)

skellys learning how to protect his property and stop people from violating his NAP


 No.121095

Nilso is glorious


 No.121096

cats painted his nails blue just to see what it would look like


 No.121097

>>121096

to match his glasses


 No.121098

>>121097

I'm sure it looked very pretty and cats should be proud of breaking down gender roles


 No.121099

>>121096

>>121097

> not soviet red

dropped


 No.121100

File: db7ff87d20b6f6f⋯.png (341.14 KB, 720x418, 360:209, vlcsnap-00001.png)

Name better TARDIS team, u can't


 No.121101

>>121100

Considering how punk rock the VNAs were, I gotta wonder how much restraint the editors had in not adding a goth companion with loads of black eyeliner into the TARDIS.


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 No.121103

>>121096

>>121099 is probably right, i reckon i'd look better in red


 No.121104

>>121103

not with blue glasses


 No.121105

>>121104

you paint your nails often, skelly?


 No.121106

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

"/who/ Cares?" is a podcast this week featuring myself, Ingiga, and N8 discussing "The Ghost Monument".


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 No.121108

>>121106

second


 No.121109

>>121106

>myself, Ingiga, and N8

What the FUCK happened to Morph? WHAT DID YOU DO TO MY MORPHANT???


 No.121110


 No.121111

Did you intentionally say "epzo-de two"?


 No.121112

>>121111

Meant for Neo. I've been trying to pay full attention to the episodes this year because I do tend to focus on other things when watching doctor who as background noise but I'm finding it difficult with these episodes.


 No.121113

>>121109

morphs dead


 No.121114

How many more multi doctor episodes do we need before there's more in new who than classic?


 No.121115

>>121112

Yes lol, absolutely I did. Yeah I totally get what you mean, we talk about that very incentive to kind of disengage a bit with these episodes in the podcast itself this week!

>>121110

I just got home from work and need to decompress for a while before I can write up a detailed, selfsearching reply to your question like you asked for, you'll get it but not right now.

>>121109

The next epzode will have a much bigger cast shake up too =)


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 No.121117

>>121114

including Time Crash, one


 No.121118

n8 sounds like a chad


 No.121119

Anyone else a bit concerned that they skipped over explaining the TARDIS to the companions? It might have to do with the audience they're targeting being series 2-5 fans that got sick of Moffat, instead of completely new people so they don't feel the need to catch them up on what it is


 No.121120

>>121118

The vocal coaching I've been doing with him must have paid off ;)


 No.121121

>>121116

>The Three Doctors

>The Five Doctors

>The Two Doctors

NuWho

>Time Crash

>Day of the Doctor

>Name of the Doctor

>Deep Breath (technically since 11 and 12 indirectly acknowledge each other through Clara)


 No.121122

>>121118

Wasn't there a conspiracy theory here that n8 was a teenage girl pretending to be a man?


 No.121123

>>121120

he sounds more masculine than you


 No.121124

>>121121

Forgot about Twice Upon a Time.


 No.121125

>>121121

Twice Upon a Time as well


 No.121126

>>121124

I wish I could forget about Twice Upon a Time


 No.121127

>>121122

LOL you're not quite remembering that correctly but I imagine the party in question would prefer that hubbub remain obscured anyway

>>121123

Am I addressing the cunt?


 No.121128

>>121127

no you're not


 No.121129

>>121128

Oh yes he is!


 No.121130

>>121129

hes adressing the kitty


 No.121131

File: 0a7db3da5f11d05⋯.gif (107.37 KB, 458x460, 229:230, Y'could have fooled me!.gif)


 No.121132

>DOCTOR: Oh, look down there, you've got a little shop. I like a little shop.

Back when Doctor Who had soul


 No.121133

>>121132

But the Doctor likes big locked doors now, anon. Big, invisible locked doors.


 No.121134

>She grabbed the lapels of his frock coat, kissed him square on the mouth and pushed him down hard onto the bed. Wolsey jumped out of the way.

Back when Doctor Who had soul.


 No.121135

>>121133

Ominous.


 No.121136

File: ea7f56f3f38c39a⋯.gif (1.25 MB, 245x280, 7:8, disgusted 10.gif)


 No.121137

>Every room resets.

Back when Doctor Who had a soul that was trapped inside a suicide chamber for billions of years


 No.121138

at the point in the podcast where they're talking about the ridiculousness of the stenza as an arc enemy, and it got me thinking - what if the stenza aren't the big bad at all? what if it's a bait and switch for the daleks or some other formidable foe, a la the invasion of time


 No.121139

>>121137

Watch Jekyll


 No.121140

>>121138

That exact thought gets mentioned in the podcast


 No.121141

>>121138

I can see that happening in an incredibly half-assed way, like the finale ends on a cliffhanger of the Stenza all being annihilated by the Daleks who go on to be the antagonists of the Christmas special.


 No.121142

>>121138

uhh you might want to keep listening for a minute kek


 No.121143

>>121139

It's such a shame Jekyll's been forgotten. It was basically a test run for the Capaldi era in themes and how Nesbitt acted.


 No.121144

>>121142

FeelsComfyMan


 No.121145

The Stenza get erased from time and the real season villains are Faction Paradox. Screenshot this


 No.121146

>>121139

>>121143

Jekyll | Sherlock | Dracula


 No.121147

Watch Coupling for chad Moff. The best character leaves the show in season 3 and is replaced with a virgin that likes doctor who in season 4.


 No.121148

>>121143

It's such a fun show. It lacks the—what's the word—discipline? of his later work but it has all the cleverness and vitality of his earlier dramatic stuff. It's so fucking Moffaty. It's Moffat on crack in a way which he rarely even allows his Doctor Who to be.


 No.121149

Watch Doctor Who for chad Moff. The best character leaves the show in the 2013 specials and is replaced with a virgin that hates doctor who in series 8.


 No.121150

>>121145

>Chibnall goes on Twitter

>sees this guy named Lawrence Miles talking about him

>"Who the fuck is this guy with the bunny skull bitching about my stories?"

>googles him

>finds out about FP

>asks Moff and RTD about it

>either of them give him their copy of Alien Bodies

>he gets hooked

>Chibs goes full Faction


 No.121151

Wait, what's this about BBCA being involved in redesigning the TARDIS wiki?


 No.121152

>>121146

Moffat hit list

ruined

DW | Jekyll | Sherlock

about to be ruined

Dracula

needs ruining:

Bond | Worzel Gummidge | Mr Bean


 No.121153

Genuinely, how big do you think the odds are of Daleks being in the special? It seems like such an inevitability to me.


 No.121154

>>121151

they held a gun to the wiki admin's head and told him to make it all purple


 No.121155

>>121153

I continue to believe episode 10 will end on a dalek cliffhanger.


 No.121156

File: 328feaa0f773929⋯.png (256.18 KB, 403x346, 403:346, 5441db90a5e90a9419edc607c3….png)

>>121150

my pennis


 No.121157

>>121154

but the tardis wiki is now blue and yellow


 No.121158

>>121155

How many times does Chibnall have to say no returning monsters before you accept it?


 No.121159

>>121158

no returning monsters this series :^)


 No.121160

>>121158

Nothing will make me believe chibnall at face value, he has too great a motive to lie given how obsessed he is with secrecy and not allowing spoilers


 No.121161

>>121150

Steve Cole went on a dvd feature about the wilderness novels to verge about no one liking his faction paradox story. That's what I assume will happen in the future if Chibnall does a faction story.


 No.121162

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7lUz0xU5d9g

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXREORk0y28

Did they reduce the volume of the drums in the new intro, compared to the extended theme we heard last week?


 No.121163

>>121158

Chib and Strevens were going on about how there's no story arc but we already have Stenza and Timeless child as of episode 2.


 No.121164

How much of the skepticism on Chibnall not bringing back monsters is based on reassurance? Reassurance that as bad as Chibs is, you think he wouldn't pull a P. Ness and think the Shadow Kin warrant having more than one episode.


 No.121165

>>121164

Even PNess used weeping angels for an end of series cliffhanger


 No.121166

File: df3cdd3b0031550⋯.png (133.91 KB, 1335x791, 1335:791, hows the modqueue today.PNG)

>>121109

I defeated him in a duel. You won't be seeing much of him around here anymore.

>>121145

>Faction Paradox on TV

( ᐛ )

>written by Chibnall

(╬ಠ益ಠ)

>>121161

Has this been posted online anywhere? Pete Anghelides has verged about the "Ancestor Cell" reception on GallifreyBase a few times.


 No.121167

>>121162

I think so. They even sound quieter in the episode 2 end credits to me.


 No.121168

>>121167

I'm glad, the drums were the only real issue I had with the theme as we first heard it and it seems to have been mitigated


 No.121169

>>121166

>camelCase followed by NormalCase followed by under_score

this is a terrible npc and should be permad


 No.121170

>>121164

>as bad as Chibs is, you think he wouldn't pull a P. Ness and think the Shadow Kin warrant having more than one episode.

Well he's already pulled that via the Stenza.


 No.121171

>>121161

I genuinely enjoyed a lot of The Ancestor Cell. It wasn't perfect, it certainly didn't do everything justice, but there were good concepts and great character moments.


 No.121172

The Ancestor Cell was the first EDA I ever read. Didn't know what the hell was happening but I thought the bonespiders were pretty cool.


 No.121173

File: 5bd36ba84855679⋯.png (6.23 KB, 245x206, 245:206, 5bd36ba84855679fc741acbd31….png)

Who else here, like me, did buy (legally) lots of BF and never listened to half of it?


 No.121174

I have a wonderful relationship with genitalia in general. I'm not quite a fan of penises (apart from mine), but I have a healthy relationship with vaginas and do my best to get along assholes (either factual or metaphoric).

Maybe by having met so many up close I'm quite able to identify common characteristics that inexperienced people will fail to notice, but rest assured I'm able to identity vaginas and lookalikes when I see them, and tell them apart. And make no mistake, pink wobbly mucous organic flaps changing shape in a tunnel-like fashion bringing the viewer up to the stars is quite suggestive, and certainly made on purpose, to affirm Doctor's current sex.

I don't feel offended, upset or disturbed by such imagery. I quite enjoy it way more than the gear-filled one. But I think it's inappropriate to a family-rated show to display such an "opening". If it was Torchwood I wouldn't mind at all, but for Doctor Who they crossed a line.

Another example is the minimal display of blood in DW. Being "upgraded" by cybermen is supposed to be gory, but it's always off-screen. Then comes "Heaven Sent" (superb episode, maybe the best) we see the Doctor bruised, bleeding and dying, da capo ad nauseam. It's ok and trivial to an adult but maybe too much to children. My middle daughter lost sleep for days after Blink, and Mrs. Evangelista's data ghost made her very sad for about a week.

Watching DW is a family endeavor: we gather together (me, wife kids) to enjoy new episodes and watch reruns. It is supposed to be fun, even if scary. But Torchwood is something I wouldn't watch with kids around: concentration camps, mass killings by incineration, aliens using children as drugged pets with help of the Government, family murder followed by suicide, lots of blood and sex. Not for children.

Everything has its place and time, and intended audience. The wobbly space vagina missed the mark.


 No.121175

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>121166

You have to read between the lines a little. They start talking about the edas about twenty minutes in


 No.121176

>>121174

>pink wobbly mucous organic flaps changing shape in a tunnel-like fashion bringing the viewer up to the stars is quite suggestive, and certainly made on purpose, to affirm Doctor's current sex.

WHAT THE CHRIST


 No.121177

As dumb as Cole's idea of who the Enemy was, at least he tried to answer it. Based on Loz's interviews, and his pitch for a book that would have different versions of the Enemy in six versions of the prints, it didn't even sound like he had an idea on who the Enemy was.


 No.121178

>>121177

A.T.A.G.T.


 No.121179

>>121177

Who/what did Cole think the Enemy was/should be? I like the six versions thing.


 No.121180

>>121177

Because it doesn't matter. Loz's take on the war is always from the point of view of civilians outside it that can't fully comprehend it. That's why Book of the War is written by lesser species and why the main characters in his FP novels are all humans


 No.121181

i'm hyped for the next podcast epzode, moreso than rosa itself. i hope nilsos on it


 No.121182

>>121180

Even so, if you're going to introduce big ideas and don't fully deliver on them, then it feels half-baked.


 No.121183

>>121181

(being serious here)

and skelly too.


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 No.121185

>>121184

i think nilso and skelly would have some takes that conflict with the main cast. could lead to yelling


 No.121186

>>121185

we need you there fam


 No.121187

>>121185

this is how /who/ dies. and thats a good thing.


 No.121188

🐈


 No.121189

Fuck Jodie

Trip Drama Podcast when?


 No.121190

Justin Richards is based when not writing for audio


 No.121191

>>121189

>Fuck Jodie

With pleasure


 No.121192

File: 2047e24de6424fb⋯.jpg (55.18 KB, 724x408, 181:102, eyes.JPG)

>yfw neo switches sides to angstrom


 No.121193

File: f36892fd3d84eeb⋯.jpg (82.98 KB, 700x475, 28:19, Capy Cooks.jpg)

>>121124

Nilso cooking for Cats and Nate


 No.121194

>>121193

accidental reply


 No.121195

>>121193

Does it contain soy?


 No.121196

>>121171

I agree. It definitely benefits from the distance of time; I can certainly understand why it would have felt disappointing after all the build-up of the War arc, and I understand why Loz was so peeved by it (since it unraveled and destroyed all his War concepts, but none of the ones introduced by Simon Bucher-Jones or Paul Magrs or Kate Orman or Lance Parkin).

>>121175

Thank you!

>>121177

Fwiw "Alien Bodies" was written with a clear identity of the enemy in mind, and Loz told that identity to SBJ, who included it in "The Book of the Enemy". And the plan was actually to have /eight/ versions. Me telling you that isn't just me being a nitpicky asshole.

>>121179

It's in the title. https://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Ancestor_cell

>>121182

I think I agree, and that's a major problem with Loz. He introduces an idea that's intentionally kept nebulous, then complains when others don't do it his way. That's what we saw with the Faction in "Unnatural History", the War and the Enemy in "The Ancestor Cell", Sabbath in "City of the Dead" and the rest, and even some of his bitchier quotes about the FP series. No wonder the Obverse series has abandoned his aesthetic vision without his oversight.

… but on the other hand, >>121180 is exactly correct in practice. The problem with Loz, I think, is that he has such a clear vision that others can only live up to it if he's holding their hand the entire way. (From my understanding, he edited the first few FP novels to the point that he was basically co-author.) The man just never realized he wants to be an auteur.

Speaking of FP, one of the promotional vignettes I wrote for BotP was a prelude to my Shit Trips 2.5 story. But it seems like Stuy Dougs is never going to post it, since over the last month he's only posted 4 of the 14 vignettes+interviews we did (for free), and there's only 2 weeks left until publication. So.


 No.121197

Paul Magrs' thoughts on S11 so far:

>1.) If Missy was in it she'd make mincemeat of the lot of them.

>2.) Episode One was like a glitzy reboot of 'Juliet Bravo.'

>3.) It isn't as imaginative as it could be.

>4.) Quite like it but I'm not crackers about it yet.

>5.) I don't want to talk about it endlessly, or much at all.

>6.) Gender's irrelevant.


 No.121198

>>121197

says the guys who thinks Iris and Panda are awesome


 No.121199

>>121198

They are


 No.121200


 No.121201

>>121199

pastiche crap in Rick & Morty tier

"very intelligent" to appreciate


 No.121202

>>121200

Chris Chibnall is a TERF


 No.121203

>>121200

JK will talk on twitter ten years after the episode airs about how she wrote the Doctor as gay


 No.121204

>>121201

>comparing Iris to Rick & Morty

come on, m8


 No.121205

>>121204

so why Iris is so great?


 No.121206

>>121201

I've actually never read an Iris book but I like the concept of her


 No.121207

11x07 A Man in Labour (co-written by J.K. Rowling)


 No.121208

File: 2f79d25a1d6d845⋯.webm (1.24 MB, 960x540, 16:9, kick.webm)


 No.121209

>>121206

She Rani + River + Benny

her plots are slightly meta on dw lore


 No.121210

Iris is essentially a self insert fanfiction writer but her fanfiction is her stealing from the Doctor's real adventures.


 No.121211

Baker's End > Brenda & Effie > Iris Wildthyme


 No.121212

>>121205

Because where the Doctor's the hero who saves people and fixes wrongs, Iris is the drunk fag hag who parties with her friends across the universe. And unlike Rick, she's not doing it because she has inner misery or a complex, but because it's fun to her.


 No.121213

>>121211

Who are those?


 No.121214

Iris Wildthyme is written by a fun drunk. Rick and Morty is written by a bitter drunk who only thinks they're funny.


 No.121216

>>121212

>>121214

>And unlike Rick, she's not doing it because she has inner misery or a complex, but because it's fun to her.

That is exactly what a "fun" drunk would say it about oneself


 No.121217

>>121216

>>121215

>say it about oneself

ESL pls


 No.121218

I'm seeing double. Four ESLs


 No.121219

Just spiders, really


 No.121220

>>121219

Metabilis 3


 No.121221

File: 5bc4f12b82f093e⋯.png (231.59 KB, 649x456, 649:456, nunspider.png)

Reminder that Foreman was gonna have Nun Spiders.


 No.121222

First off, the Tom Baker stories were the most important ones. And then the Dalek ones with any other Doctors in. We specialised early on our particular areas of research, with me branching out into stories aired and novelised before I was even born. These books could take you to times and stories only your parents remembered. Planet of , Invasion of ,Masque of , Genesis of . We read quite voraciously and uncovered the texts' various formulae: especially 'The X of Y', that most important of constructions. The qualifying of the threat of the unknown. As we went on we discovered the more oblique, more artistically succinct and opaque titles; The Tenth Planet , The Daemons , The Giant Robot .

Of course, reading the Target books made us both take up writing immediately. I sent my first roman-à-clef to Penguin when I was nine and they were rather nice about it.

The process of novelisation seemed to be a kind of alchemical reaction through which cheap TV material - shaky studio sets, lush, velvety capes and costumes, rubbery rubbishy monster hides - became the very stuff of seventies children's adventure fiction. I was already happilyau fait with classic children's fiction and the weirder end of the Puffin list, in which fantasy, mythology and magic were already a given, and lush descriptiveness was taken for granted - writers such as Susan Cooper, Alan Garner, E. Nesbit and Rosemary Sutcliff. What the Doctor Who novelisations seemed to have aplenty were adverbs and adjectives, and a knack for fitting them exactly to characters. The transition from screen to text was soothed by the adept use of very precise qualifiers. The Fourth Doctor did things with a particular panache: his pockets were capacious, his TARDIS voluminous, when he grinned it was wildly, he muttered derisively, and when his scarf was described as long, of course, it was ridiculously or incredibly long. In every sentence there was a certain lexical item that would become a clue to character, and those clues were sprinkled in, repeated and brought in again and again.


 No.121223

File: 7bcffc9f145910d⋯.png (362.41 KB, 1280x341, 1280:341, DVr3hsz.png)

Who is the target audience for the rosa parks episode?

If it contains a political message (which it should, since it's about an inherently political event), what's the angle going to be? Given the circumstances, I expect we will get something completely one dimensional, with the cosmic racist being a comical strawman who is beaten down ideologically by the main cast. Essentially the DWE of an "I am dumb" political comic.

For viewers who have racist inclinations and perhaps even side with the cosmic racist, it will just agitate them and perhaps even strengthen their beliefs. If Doctor Who is to be the symbol of hope and inclusion that Chibnall insists it is, it should make some attempt to change the mind of racists rather than just aggressively declare them as wrong.

If all the episode does is reinforce the pre-existing beliefs of people who already support the episode's message, what's the point of it? If it doesn't at least attempt to change the minds of people who disagree, it's nothing but a vanity exercise that enables further polarization.

You could perhaps argue that it's also educational for kids who are unfamiliar with that period of history, but it would still be a missed opportunity for something more valuable.


 No.121224

we live in a society


 No.121225

>>121222

In the back of my mind I still wanted to write a Doctor Who book one day. Paying off a debt. Whatever. I moved to Edinburgh, wrote Could it be Magic ? and a second collection of stories. WroteFancy Man . Someone I met in Edinburgh read my first novel and pointed out that, in it, I described someone's pockets as 'capacious'. They guessed immediately I'd spent my formative years reading Target books.

I thought again about writing a Doctor Who story; constructing a big surrealist romp for the Doctor. Since I'd done my finals, Virgin had been publishing original stories. At first, unfettered from the limitations of the TV series in titles such as Genesys , Exodus and Revelation , Doctor Who seemed to come alive again and these were, indeed, adventures broader and bigger than TV would ever manage. They were coming closer to being proper novels, yet full of the old colour and magic, character and camp of the original. After a while, though, I felt some of the novels seemed to lose the drift and the wit of the series, which had never been about science fiction for me, anyway. Doctor Who was closer, in a literary sense, to magic realism, with its deft collision of the everyday with surrealism. When Kafka's Gregor Samson wakes one morning transformed to a beetle in Metamorphosis , isn't he just living too close to a certain Welsh pit engulfed by the Green Death? When Salman Rushdie's devil and angel drop into London from the sky in The Satanic Verses, aren't they playing out part of the morality tale that threw together Pertwee and Delgado so often in the early seventies? When Spanish galleons appear untouched, impossibly, in the rainforest in Garcia Marquez's One Hundred Years of Solitude , might not they have been timescooped by someone toying with the very fabric of time and space? And Angela Carter's whole carnival of characters who are vampires, wolves, fat ladies and clowns might have come from one of the Fourth Doctor's more baroquely Gothic tales. That whole literary genre of magic realism, which came so extravagantly into the mainstream in the eighties, seemed to be exactly where Doctor Who belonged.


 No.121226

>>121225

c a p a c i o u s


 No.121227

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>those appregios


 No.121228

>>121213

>Baker's End: Magrs' series with Tom Baker playing a fictionalized version of himself. It's pretty funny. Do yourself a favor and listen to the little audio preview of each one at http://bafflegab.co.uk/productions/bakers-end/ (the last one is especially funny to me)

>Brenda & Effie: A witch and the bride of Frankenstein run a bed and breakfast together. Kind of like Magrs' successor to Iris Wildthyme; he's spent a lot of time on them lately. They haven't directly crossed over with Dr Who yet but there are a shitton of crossover characters, locations, etc.

>Iris: You know who she is


 No.121229

Am I addressing the bitch? (Iris)


 No.121230

>>121227

>marigold goes on to never use this style of synth again

>instead he tries out wubs in S9


 No.121231


 No.121232

>>121221

Still a better alien idea than anything that's been revealed in S11 so far.


 No.121233

Neo I asked if the Epzode was intentional when I heard you say it but i've just realised the title of the video is Epzode 2


 No.121234

>>121233

Wait til you see last week's title!


 No.121235

>>121207

TOP FUCKING KEK

You know it would end with the pregnant man getting killed.


 No.121236

File: 817e3adcc252576⋯.mp4 (1.49 MB, 484x854, 242:427, ZHoEIMA.mp4)

kitty


 No.121237

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

2:09

Marigold tried out a lot of interesting ways to combine electronic and orchestral sounds in S9

I don't remember S10 continuing with that experimentation


 No.121238

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.121239

File: 06f1a0e2ad130b5⋯.png (651.75 KB, 684x746, 342:373, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.121240

>>121211

Rank all of Loz's individual books/audios


 No.121241

>>121236

Cats are amazing creatures.


 No.121242


 No.121243

>>121241

thanks, you too


 No.121244

>>121240

Not him but

Dead Romance > This Town > Alien Bodies > Book of the War


 No.121245

I am tired of meta


 No.121246

>>121245

We're tired of you too, Judy.


 No.121247

>>121245

Boy do I have a series for you.


 No.121248

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

Segun could have gone for a Ratchet and Clank aesthetic, a playful hybrid of electronic and orchestral that can be dramatic when it needs to be

His soundcloud suggests he's comfortable with both styles of instrumentation

instead he did soundscapes


 No.121249

>>121247

Which one?


 No.121250


 No.121251

>>121249

The Daniels family from Southampton


 No.121252

i'd like to see judy get the same kind of meta "treatment" that skelly and nilso get


 No.121253


 No.121254

Even if ChrisT. Chibnall kills off tv doctor who we won't see a return of creative wilderness era content because Big Finish has so much power. With less competition they will put even less effort in and keep nostalgia baiting for easy money


 No.121255

>>121252

can you elaborate?


 No.121256

>>121255

god i love this meme XD


 No.121257

>>121253

>>121255

monkaS not like that


 No.121258

>>121256

t. assblasted Hunter


 No.121259

How do we kill Big Finish?


 No.121260

>>121251

Best companions ever


 No.121261

>>121259

Stab your ear drums so you can't hear anymore.


 No.121262

>>121259

why Big Finish is better than TV now


 No.121263

Big Finish, back when Doctor Who had soul


 No.121264

why Judy can't do the sentance??


 No.121265

I honestly would take S11 over modern Big Finish and I say that as not a fan.


 No.121266

>>121257

>not like that

can you expatiate on this?


 No.121267

>>121265

Matt Fitton has more soul than Chibnall.


 No.121268

>>121267

Fitton is a Thatcherite.


 No.121269

>>121268

>writes Liv and Helen to be lezzers

>Thatcherite


 No.121270

>>121265

at least BF is WHO

not cosmic Juliet Bravo


 No.121271

>>121223

Bumping this


 No.121272

File: 7286164823a775a⋯.png (1.23 MB, 1200x800, 3:2, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.121273

>>121269

He's taking the Rowling approach to representation of saying they are in interviews but not putting anything into the actual stories


 No.121274

>>121270

BF is nothing to aspire to, they are the dictionary definition of creatively bankrupt. For all of S11's endless faults at least it is nominally attempting even just the optics of moving forward. John Dorney may be a better writer than Chris Chibnall but I'd take the guy casting Jodie Whittaker and hiring Vinay Patel over that better writer any day.


 No.121275

>>121269

Modern Thatcherites don't mind a lil gay rights if they can keep privatising basic necessities and exploiting the working class.


 No.121276

>>121274

>verged


 No.121277

>>121275

based Modern Thatcherites


 No.121278

>>121276

He’s completely right


 No.121279

>>121276

I truly, deeply wish I was verged by BF. I wish absolutely anything about BF could provoke an emotional reaction in me.


 No.121280

The Thirteenth Doctor Chronicles, read by salad man. Written and directed by white men.


 No.121281

The Other Tenth Doctor Chronicles

A Full-Cast Audio Drama series starring Jacob Dudman and some hack impersonating Billie


 No.121282

File: 026f30b0adf8e85⋯.jpg (72.66 KB, 868x212, 217:53, correct opinion.JPG)

found this from ages ago


 No.121283

Result! Told you I could do it.


 No.121284

i am le social liberal, fiscal conservative

thatcher x blair is my otp


 No.121285

>>121274

Poe's law

hmmmmm?


 No.121286

they should put chris chibnall on the 50 pound note


 No.121287

File: 2142195b0ee27d5⋯.gif (6.3 MB, 540x270, 2:1, missy-doctor-kiss-2.gif)

I was listening to an audio yesterday, and a Time Lord in it mentioned having a wife and children, and then I got to thinking about how things like romantic love are approached by Gallifreyan society, and how sometimes there's a lot of conflicting ideas. From what I remember, there are some stories that suggest that even friendship (at least as we would recognise it) is an oddity for the Time Lords, nevermind romance. So, then I also wondered about the Doctor's approach to love, and the sort of eclectic way they've been portrayed over the years with respect to it. Sometimes it's suggested the Doctor doesn't feel romantic love at all, other times it's implied he does, but he doesn't allow himself to act on it, or even that he's duty-bound not to. I even read a short story that suggested he promised to never love in a bargain with Death, which was pretty interesting. In the main range audios with 8 and Charley, the Doctor seems to feel a fair amount of conflict or confusion over romantic love. And then you get new Who, and characters like Rose and River, among others, and the approach to romance there seems to be pretty straightforward. I really enjoyed the way Moffat portrayed Twelve and Clara's relationship, with how it was unable to be defined, but still communicated that deep sense of love and commitment. Some people like to pop it in the romantic (or platonic) box and be done with it, but I think it's more interesting to think of it as something undefinable on human terms. I also like the dynamic that the Doctor has with the Master, and the new spin (or rather, the old spin that fans assumed but was never actually a proper thing until S9) that Moffat put on it, but even that was wrapped up in ambiguity, and never defined as something concrete.

Does anyone else think about this stuff? I've got lots of thoughts on the subject, but I won't bore people with the details, and I'm interested to hear what others think. How do you think the Doctor feels about romantic love? Do you think there's a place for it on the show, or do you prefer her to be "above" all that?


 No.121288

>>121240

Fuck you for making me do this

The Book of the War > Dead Romance > This Town > Grass > Adventuress of Henrietta Street > Alien Bodies > Judgment of Sutekh > Hour of the Geek > Sabbath/Year of the Cat scripts > Movers/Labyrinth of Histories scripts > Interference > Words from Nine Divinities > Political Animals > 11 Day Empire/Shadow Play scripts > Ship of a Billion Years > Body Politic > Shock Tactic > Christmas on a Rational Planet > Broodmare for Gloriana > Down > Ozymandias > Coming to Dust > Year of the Cat audio > Labyrinth of Histories audio > Bêtes Noires & Dark Horses > The Judgement of Solomon > Sabbath audio > Movers audio > The Adolescence of Time > Eleven Day Empire audio > Shadow Play audio > Vrs > Cosmology of the Spiral Politic


 No.121289

they should put Nilso on the 50 pound note


 No.121290

I should be on the £50


 No.121291

D'you happen to know how to fly this thing?


 No.121292

>>121290

post your face


 No.121293

File: 9b225aeae845f66⋯.png (1.8 MB, 1002x1069, 1002:1069, chibnalls fucking head.png)


 No.121294

File: b853eb99ecff294⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 58.09 KB, 600x452, 150:113, NILSO FACE REVEAL.jpg)


 No.121295

Chibnal face filter added


 No.121296

>>121290

you're going on the first concrete dollar


 No.121297


 No.121298

>>121287

While there are aspects of looming and the like I find interesting, and I appreciate the idea of alienising Gallifrey a bit, it represents a tendency towards sexlessness in Doctor Who (and sci fi in general) that I deplore and think even approaches being harmful honestly. Making the Doctor/Time Lords sexless doesn't make them more alien and interesting, it just makes them less human and less interesting, and there is a distinction between more alien and less human. There is nothing to be creatively gained from stripping out the entire arena of romantic love, let alone sexuality, from Gallifrey or the Doctor. The authorial intentions behind Susan's inclusion on the original show aside, it's always been clear from the very first episode there is some element of sexuality within the Doctor given that he had a granddaughter in the first place (this is part of why I dislike looming, although by the 90s sexuality had been made present enough in the Doctor we didn't have to just rely on the existence of Susan to substantiate it). Think of The Husbands of River Song, Dark Water, Forest of the Dead, The Parting of the Ways, Scherzo, hell, even Heaven Sent, the spaces in which these stories exist wouldn't be around if we excluded romantic love and sexuality from the character. It's a cowardly, insecure, small-minded move. Romance and sex opens doors in fiction like this, it doesn't close them. People taking the entirety of romance and sex to signify things like Rose and 10's relationship are saying more about themselves than about those concepts. Those more nuanced relationships like 12 and Clara's are closer to the actual human experience than stuff like that anyway; the undefinable is closer to the human and that's why the idea that adding this sort of thing into the Doctor and Gallifrey reduces it is nonsense.


 No.121299


 No.121300

File: 73061f76fdbbe26⋯.png (6.62 KB, 210x364, 15:26, 4ecb79f8b7e1e3344c46f3efc8….png)

DWE


 No.121301

I thought the looms were because the time lords were sterile, so they still have romance and the urge to have sex it just will not produce a child


 No.121302

The more I know about the Time Lords the less I care about them


 No.121304


 No.121305

>I tried to talk. I want you to remember that. I tried to reach out, I tried to understand you, but I think that you understand us perfectly. I don't suppose it really matters now. You are monsters. That is the role you seem determined to play. So it seems I must play mine. The man that stops the monsters. I'm sending you back to your own dimension. Who knows? Some of you may even survive the trip. And, if you do, remember this. You are not welcome here. This plane is protected. I am the Doctor, and I name you the Boneless.


 No.121306

File: af4b00466f6788e⋯.jpg (238.87 KB, 758x1200, 379:600, jodie-whittaker-attends-th….jpg)

Do you think she has ever used the casting couch to get a role?


 No.121307

>>121306

Not in England the producers are all gay


 No.121308

The First Doctor Regenerates Into Jodie Whittaker | Twice Upon A Time | Doctor Who | BBC


 No.121309

I feel like everyone misses the point of looming. The first mention of Looms, in "Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible", comes right next to a reminder about Susan. Ace is literally like "but if that's true how did you have a granddaughter?" It was intended to be contradictory. In "Cold Fusion", it's made clear that they are the result of Rassilon enforcing his desire of passionless structure upon Gallifrey. (We actually see Rassilon's death squads killing non-Loomed Gallifreyans to enforce the ban.) Then in "Lungbarrow", the book where it all infamously happens, the curse is actually broken and a baby is born on Gallifrey.

Nowhere is there a denial of passion or romance or the potential for sexuality. It's just that Time Lords didn't use it to reproduce for a few millennia cuz Rassilon's a prude.


 No.121310

w o u n d e d m a n

w o u n d e d m a n h e r e


 No.121311

>>121309

I think the way fandom has disseminated the concept is as important as the actual intent of it circa the 90s.


 No.121312

File: feb7b69bb0aaf96⋯.jpg (269.47 KB, 1024x680, 128:85, 72226022-1024x1024.jpg)

>>121306

Weinstein vibes here


 No.121313

>>121312

Fuckin' anglo's, man


 No.121314

>>121045

If they bring back Evans as well I'll be fine with it.


 No.121315


 No.121316

File: 7b306b9d36b999a⋯.jpg (198.52 KB, 2048x1365, 2048:1365, DmP-AZmXcAAxi4C.jpg)


 No.121317

extremis extreeemis or however

the

fuck

you

say it


 No.121318


 No.121319

>>121298

Thoughts on Faction Paradox going hard in the opposite direction in some novels as an act of rebellion against the organised fandom?


 No.121320

>>121317

extremis is a big fat dick in his throat


 No.121321


 No.121322

>>121319

Sounds based but I've never read a FP book so can't comment with the benefit of, you know, knowledge.


 No.121323

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.121324

>>121323

A Totoro phone case.


 No.121325

>>121324

do you use phone case?


 No.121326

>>121298

This is a lovely take on it, and I'm inclined to agree. Emotions are not so easily classified in reality, so having an element of ambiguity in fiction—rather than having character relationships be strictly one thing or the other—is more true to life than anything else. I personally feel that there's charm to be found in the idea of a character so grand and otherworldly like the Doctor experiencing something so human as love. And I specify human not to suggest that it's a concept exclusive to our race in-universe, but just that it's something highly relatable to the viewer. Love (and all its derivatives), therefore, becomes a way by which we humanise characters otherwise nebulous and untouchable compared to the audience's experiences.

My opinion on this when considering the Doctor specifically is a sort of amalgamation of a lot of different ideas, because pretty much every writer seems to approach it differently. Like I said, some suggest he doesn't feel it at all, others suggest he does but chooses not to act on it… I think it's probably something the audience is free to form their own opinion on, which is why I really appreciate the ambiguity when it comes to Clara, or even the Master. There are some cases throughout the show, or even the extended universe, that I feel as though romance for the Doctor was poorly handled, and others where I feel as though there was a missed opportunity.

All this said, I don't find fault with people who think Gallifrey is—or should be—sexless, or loveless, because ultimately some people might prefer the sort of dehumanisation it brings. For me, I enjoy stories that play up the idea of the Doctor being unknowable to the point of eldritch, but only because it makes the humanising moments so much more emotional, or even amusing. I think there's something really charming in the idea of a powerful and enigmatic figure being humbled by something so raw and fervent as love. I give it extra points if it's said figure falling in love with a human, because I'm a sucker for those types of stories… but a lot of Doctor/companion romances don't sit right with me either. I suppose it depends on how it's presented and handled.

>>121309

This was my understanding of looms, but I think you're right in that a lot of it has been lost in translation, and people assume something of the Time Lords that was never necessarily stated. But, Neo has a point too ( >>121311 ) in that it's good to discuss fandom perception of a thing in addition to how it was originally intended, especially because Doctor Who is so lax with the idea of canonicity that belief in a concept pretty much solidifies it as a valid interpretation.


 No.121327

Can we get Hartnell on the 50 bill?


 No.121328

File: 072f37e3a2356bd⋯.gif (2.9 MB, 384x288, 4:3, fuck it.gif)

>>121326

i repeated myself a bit too much but whatever


 No.121329

>>121325

My last phone I had a fat case that had a fuck off big battery built into it, my current phone is a handmedown so I just got the case the last owner had (just a nondescript black one). What about you?

>>121326

Absolutely and the more you rip a series like this away from things like love the less it means for people and the less it means to people; the closer to just meaningless trite escapism for the loveless it becomes.


 No.121330

>>121329

I don't, but I have to replace the screen twice a year


 No.121331


 No.121332

What I really respect about certain Doctor actors (Tom, McCoy, Tennant, and Smith come to mind here) is how determined they are to just brute force their way through subpar scripts to produce something entertaining or workable for how they perceive the character. You give Davison or Capaldi a shit script and they'll just go through the motions, but someone like Tennant or Smith would chew through it and force through something magnetic (think of Nightmare in Silver for example). I think it's a really important part of the role that, when writers and directors fail them, the Doctor actor picks up the slack and meets in the middle to make something workable. Unfortunately I haven't felt this kind of raw forceful energy from Whittaker's performance, at least yet, she seems to be hitting the notes of the scripts but not screech through a defining charisma of her own. I'm quite disappointed how similar the character has been to 10 so far, in construction and performance.


 No.121333

File: ce2f4f19e482b84⋯.jpg (59.92 KB, 550x452, 275:226, pool.jpg)


 No.121334

Capaldi was a better actor outside of Doctor Who, but McCoy was a better actor-as-the-Doctor.


 No.121335

Forgot my flag!


 No.121336

So, I've never understood, what's the deal with the First Doctor's magic ring?


 No.121337

>>121336

it's sonic


 No.121338

HÄAGEN DAZS


 No.121339

File: fe1c588545b6f88⋯.png (2.84 KB, 360x54, 20:3, unknown.png)

wtf /who/?


 No.121340

/who/ desert island challenge

pick 3 episodes/serials

pick 3 BFs

pick 3 books


 No.121341

>>121340

>Ghost Light / The Dalek Master Plan and Pyramids of Mars

>Scherzo / Fanfare for the Common Men and Night Thoughts

>three copies of the Timelash novel


 No.121342

>>121340

The Return Part 10, The Return Part 11, White Bear

The Invisible Man, Flight into Hull, Fitz' Story

Atlas Shrugged, Haterz, The Writer's Tale (pre 2009 specials edition)


 No.121343

>>121339

Why would you purchase a phone for 800 bucks, when you can get the same functionality in another for 250. Also, has anyone ever purchased a microsoft anything other than PC os license?


 No.121344

>>121342

>White Bear

Why that one?


 No.121345

>>121343

>purchased a microsoft anything

had 2 phones

>other than PC os license?

never paid that


 No.121346

>>121342

dw version?


 No.121347

File: a561a677d4f3354⋯.jpg (6.4 KB, 263x191, 263:191, a561a677d4f33547540c386438….jpg)

>>121342

>Atlas Shrugged


 No.121348

>>121346

No, the Queer as Folk Writer's Tale


 No.121349

>>121340

The Mind Robber, The Curse of Fenric, Listen

Jubilee, The Guardian of the Solar System, A Death In The Family

Timewyrm: Revelation, Human Nature, Dead Romance


 No.121350

>>121340

E-space trilogy

Piscon Paradox, Scherzo, Red

Day of the Doctor, Interference, a really good VNA


 No.121351

Raven / Hell Bent / KTM

Zagreus / Terror Firma / NHOF

Interference / Downtime / Oblivion


 No.121352

File: 875df7bd9bed80f⋯.jpg (2.55 MB, 1417x1417, 1:1, DWSPJL01_voyagetovenus_141….jpg)

/who/ desert island challenge

HARD MODE

YOU HAVE TO PICK ONLY STUFF you NEVER watched/listened/read

pick 3 episodes/serials

pick 3 BFs

pick 3 books


 No.121353

>>121340

>Heaven Sent/Space&Time/TV Movie

>Fallen Angels/The Four Doctors/Caerdroia

>Glorious Dead/Oblivion/Professor, Queen & the Bookshop


 No.121354

>>121352

Marco Polo, The Highlanders and The Macra Terror

Doom Coalition 3, The Nowhere Place and A Thousand Tiny Wings

Any Faction Paradox book / Official Resurrection of the Daleks Novel and Lungbarrow


 No.121355

>>121352

Dalek Master Plan, Invasion of Time, The Monster of Peladon

The Well Mannered War, Return to the Web Planet, Legacy of Time

Unnatural History, Lungbarrow, The Myth Makers


 No.121356

>>121354

>lungbarrow

really nilso? you havent read it yet?


 No.121357

>>121356

I was about to comment and say that the .pdf I had was unreadable but I actually have 2 versions. I'll read it tomorrow.


 No.121358

Dark Eyes 3 was almost made me catatonic, does it improve in DE4 or onwards into DC? Should I just ignore how shit it is and just power through or am I really missing anything semi-decent?


 No.121359

>>121358

If you don't like DE3, you won't like DE4.

DC is much, much, much worse. The Time War sets are around the same. Ravenous is incomprehensibly bad.


 No.121360

File: 563e5edb0679e38⋯.gif (573.14 KB, 320x200, 8:5, Blackadder-Confused-Look.gif)

>>121358

>Dark Eyes 3 was almost made me catatonic

This is the power of BF

>>121359

Best DE4 / Top 3 Best DC stories?


 No.121361


 No.121362

Post yfw it turns out a Stenza Sniperbot shot MLK


 No.121363

>>121360

Er there's only 4 stories in DE4 so it's not too hard to pick, for DC the stories with River and the Monk fighting the Angels are alright.


 No.121364

File: 2b5156b6b75de87⋯.jpg (14.52 KB, 326x326, 1:1, 7b9.jpg)

hostile takeover of Briggs Finish when


 No.121365

File: 75cf321e9425c78⋯.webm (1.9 MB, 640x360, 16:9, israel.webm)

>ISRAEEELL

What did he mean by this?


 No.121366

I think it is amazing what one can learn from a "Sniper Bot".


 No.121367

>>121365

>>10695


 No.121368

>>121366

more amazing what one can learn from Call of duty


 No.121369

>>121368

wheres the reload WHERSE THE RELOAD WHERS THE RELOAD AHHHHHHHHHH EEEE


 No.121370

File: 87e99447c53caf1⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 44.79 KB, 480x720, 2:3, p06p2wv2.jpg)


 No.121371

File: 0c3040d50dc5d14⋯.jpg (18.91 KB, 640x202, 320:101, image.jpg)

>>121340

>>121369>>121340

Thgo


 No.121372

>>121370

AAAAAAAAAH!


 No.121373


 No.121374

File: 70afb3ac871c20c⋯.jpg (179.07 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.10x12.720p….jpg)

File: 98b95516b828d1e⋯.jpg (59.41 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.2013_chris….jpg)

Thoughts on how Moffat wrote the Doctor's relationship with Cybermen?


 No.121375

>>121374

stupid stupid moffat


 No.121376

>>121374

homoerotic


 No.121377

>>121374

>>121375

I feel really bad for 11 & handles, like extremely bad.


 No.121378

File: 54153e0ba75fd98⋯.png (832.77 KB, 800x530, 80:53, l1.PNG)


 No.121379

>>121378

8 had a cyber companion


 No.121380

STUPID bloody moffat


 No.121381


 No.121382

What if we crowfunding to make BF produce an audio for us?


 No.121383

>>121382

crowdfund bf to build a their own tardis set for paul and film a mini-series


 No.121384

>>121383

they don't have the rights to film it


 No.121385

>>121382

Coming soon from Big Finish Productions… The Kronkburger Khronicles


 No.121386

Short Trips Rarities


 No.121387

File: 2671298f202ccd8⋯.jpg (106.59 KB, 1021x767, 1021:767, who-silurians07.jpg)

>>121385

Why does Pertwee make me feel funny in my pants?


 No.121388

>>121387

Calling Pertwee a bad Doctor is basically saying "I'm gay but I'm too scared to admit it."


 No.121389

>>121388

He is worse that Tennant


 No.121390

>>121389

Explain what's wrong with Pertwee


 No.121391

Anyone got the new TARDIS book that came out today?


 No.121392

>>121391

we are not gay


 No.121393

>>121390

he makes me feel funny in my pants


 No.121394

>>121389

Worst opinion, insert penis in meat grinder immediately


 No.121395

File: 35dbe1d5030090d⋯.gif (454.39 KB, 300x223, 300:223, tumblr_inline_mqdj4pMXiS1q….gif)


 No.121396

>>121393

you love sailors?


 No.121397

>>121390

Hey, first of all, explain what's wrong with Tennant


 No.121398

>>121390

he is just the worse if you line up, nothing wrong


 No.121399

File: dde88ba7b3dc9eb⋯.jpeg (53.1 KB, 800x697, 800:697, dde.jpeg)

>Tennant is better than Pertwee


 No.121400

File: 8e5dad571bf236c⋯.jpg (31.94 KB, 624x351, 16:9, Sarah-jane-y-el-tercer-doc….jpg)

Just seeing him makes me feel comfy and safe


 No.121401

>>121400

he is the only one that was military

so this their role


 No.121402

>tfw Roger Delgado's Master didn't regenerate into Bruce Lee during the original run

Why live?


 No.121403

>Hartnell was unfaithful drunk

>Troughton had a secret double family

>Baker ran away from his family

>Pertwee was faithful married man whose children love him even to this day


 No.121404

File: 06f9471c1637a61⋯.jpg (44.28 KB, 722x652, 361:326, txyp8y13nys11.jpg)


 No.121405

>>121403

Colin got cucked


 No.121406

>>121403

I would abandon my family to fug hamster face any day


 No.121407

File: 49b5dbaa81334b9⋯.gif (1.56 MB, 464x348, 4:3, 49b5dbaa81334b92f15f2e02aa….gif)

>>121403

>Troughton had a double family

So was really Salamander all this time?


 No.121408

>>121404

Thanks for reminding me TBBT is getting cancelled soon


 No.121409

>>121407

he was sex addict and made orgies in the conventions

with consent I presume

imagine if the tapped zoe's ass


 No.121410

>>121404

he is made of pure soy


 No.121411

Reminder that Wendy Padbury almost got Weinsteined


 No.121412

>>121409

fuck OwO


 No.121413

Should a timelord by responsible for a rape happened in a prior regeneration?


 No.121414


 No.121415

File: 83c857790d3e9db⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 130.42 KB, 853x1280, 853:1280, 1437053873027-1.jpg)

>>121411

I'm not surprised


 No.121416

File: fd0a1acd7a20553⋯.jpg (121.11 KB, 626x922, 313:461, fd0a1acd7a205537e68163f71e….jpg)

Name this stance


 No.121417

>>121416

Mid-floss


 No.121418

>>121106

Another great podcast!


 No.121419

File: ce6ee3131bc30c0⋯.png (589.89 KB, 1366x768, 683:384, godyeah.png)


 No.121420

File: 68a7f8122ec8c47⋯.png (312.66 KB, 766x555, 766:555, 1539881994460.png)

W E L I V E I N A S O C I E T Y


 No.121421

Thank you very much indeed. Somebody there? That's great. What do you want, love? All right, keep moving. I'll be with you lot in a minute. Here you are. One at a time. What now, what was it? Kronkburger with cheese, kronkburger with pajatos. Do you want a drink? Oi, you, mate. Stop pushing. Get back. I said, back. Two credits twenty, sweetheart. Now join the queue.


 No.121422

File: acecb9b4aa22cf6⋯.jpg (462.85 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, download.jpg)

>Miss me yet?


 No.121423

Let's be realistic here… Is doctor who a good show?

Edit: I never said I thought it was a bad show


 No.121424

File: ed6014d91f5875c⋯.jpg (59.14 KB, 1110x295, 222:59, series-11-rosa-home.jpg)


 No.121425

File: 2cc6c798c1334f6⋯.jpg (36.17 KB, 570x320, 57:32, Mummy_on_the_Orient_Expres….jpg)

I am your mummy. I will always be your mummy.


 No.121426


 No.121427

The 99% vs.the 1% (if you want to frame it like that) is the only fight that counts right now. This, however, sounds like neo-liberal satire.


 No.121428

>>121424

The Cosmic Rosa


 No.121429

File: 6d976a1762ef4cd⋯.jpg (228.96 KB, 760x571, 760:571, mummyorient.jpg)

>>121427

>neo-liberal


 No.121430

>>121427

>neo-liberal

i think it's actually neo cloister


 No.121431

>>121427

opinions on the (((1%)))?


 No.121432

>tfw Tennant is secretly a Nazi using his Aryan wife as his own personal breeding sow


 No.121433

what an unfortunate disaster it would be if something were to befall chibnall that would preclude him interfering further with dr who


 No.121434

Christopher T. Chibmead


 No.121435

File: fd3d3124e0387cb⋯.gif (438.52 KB, 500x227, 500:227, twitter.gif)


 No.121436

File: ffccc17a8c85b89⋯.jpg (267.92 KB, 1500x1500, 1:1, 81ItTind4RL._SL1500_.jpg)


 No.121437

File: db5de7a60bf2419⋯.jpg (36.13 KB, 763x435, 763:435, Christopher_H_Bidmead.jpg)

>Christopher Hamilton Bidmead (born Christopher Theodore Bidmead) wrote three Doctor Who TV serials, all of which he also novelised. He was also script editor for season 18.


 No.121438

I want a Veil Funko Pop


 No.121439

I want a Sutekh handpupper


 No.121440

Bidmead Funko Pops when


 No.121441

File: 86fa14a5592b58f⋯.png (804.69 KB, 1278x706, 639:353, alan cumming.png)

Something is Cumming.


 No.121442

In less than three days Rosa will have aired.


 No.121443

File: 84b4c2047dd882a⋯.jpg (66.84 KB, 499x256, 499:256, when-doctor-who-noooooo-le….jpg)


 No.121444

File: d09af6108f8cf60⋯.jpeg (121.94 KB, 1001x737, 91:67, 1_zh19V1fp8ABVrGNfHhrC2w.jpeg)

>>121441

MJ Doctor?


 No.121445

Oh I forgot to answer this

>>121040

>The Abominable Snowmen

>

>The Three Doctors

>

>The Awakening

>

>Ghost Light

>

>The Christmas Invasion

>

>Planet of the Dead

>

>Can you tell me what these episodes/specials have in common?

The answer is they all feature the line "something is coming"


 No.121446

File: 25b60c70e28f8f7⋯.jpg (2.54 MB, 5760x3240, 16:9, #ratjam.jpg)

im a chib fan i like a ratjam

im a chib fan i like a ratjam


 No.121447

File: cf771b1113e7a52⋯.jpg (90.7 KB, 740x716, 185:179, DoctorWho-112_2573.jpg)

Rat jam!


 No.121448

File: b9f044754690ede⋯.jpg (51.88 KB, 652x366, 326:183, sumting is coming.jpg)


 No.121449

Chops. Nice couple of chops and gravy. Nothing special.


 No.121450

File: 1c575e26439d782⋯.jpg (75.29 KB, 652x368, 163:92, carmen.jpg)

LOU: I was going to cook.

CARMEN: It's his turn tonight. Then I clear up.

DOCTOR: What's for tea?

LOU: Chops. Nice couple of chops and gravy. Nothing special.

DOCTOR: Oh, that's special, Lou. That is so special. Chops and gravy, mmm.


 No.121451

File: 370e07dadf01548⋯.jpg (158.54 KB, 949x732, 949:732, 6 hands.jpg)

I'd "wring" Chibnall's "neck", if you know what I mean


 No.121452

File: cb6af52e337958a⋯.png (326.77 KB, 960x444, 80:37, all traps are beautiful.png)


 No.121453

kronks and gravy


 No.121454

File: 65ad696a0bb326e⋯.gif (452.8 KB, 245x180, 49:36, The doctor demands to see ….gif)


 No.121455

File: 91a7e68196a21b8⋯.jpg (71.54 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, chops.jpg)

chops and gravy, mmm!


 No.121456

>>121454

Natalie Mars, yes

have a trans porn star companion

such a new dynamic


 No.121457

>>121456

You've got an extra syllable in your second and third lines


 No.121458

>>121457

I dun undestand


 No.121459

>>121458

It's supposed to be 5/7/5, you wrote a 5/8/6. Maybe 5/9/6, depending on how you enunciate "companion".


 No.121460

>>121459

oh, iambic pentameter?


 No.121461

oh, iambic pentameter?


 No.121462

File: 6d6ce9b22337d15⋯.jpg (85.06 KB, 315x437, 315:437, smug.jpg)


 No.121463

>>121460

Haiku

I don't know why you would write your post that way otherwise.


 No.121464

>>121463

It's Judy.


 No.121465

>>121464

We're not gonna talk about Judy


 No.121466

Natalie Mars, yes

be trans porn star companion

such new dynamic


 No.121467

>>121465

but it is my birthday


 No.121468

>>121466

>>121454

She's so perfect. I've been following her work since she was still doing boymode pics.


 No.121469

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.121470

File: b11e32c821d1a10⋯.png (183.61 KB, 519x617, 519:617, tumblr_inline_orkkuwazLK1r….png)

File: e0a1f2e2c89714c⋯.png (337.93 KB, 540x553, 540:553, tumblr_inline_orkkrnZW1S1r….png)


 No.121471

File: 71b77e3f6a9ac94⋯.png (283.88 KB, 540x594, 10:11, tumblr_inline_orkkv3RAXO1r….png)

>>121470

>mfw out of order AND missing pic #3


 No.121472

"There's no way we can stop the Daleks. It's over."

"Nah. Doctor Who: The Adventure Games, man. I've trained for this."


 No.121473

File: a0c002254b85b1c⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 35 KB, 600x337, 600:337, Atkins_The_Day_of_the_Doct….jpg)

Currently reading the Day of the Doctor novelization. What the fuck? I'm crying ;_;

IT WAS HIS FIRST DAY


 No.121474

File: 44cda7c8c0b9968⋯.gif (122.29 KB, 554x400, 277:200, 7b1.gif)

fuck matt strevens


 No.121475

anyone have the link to the audio mega? thanks


 No.121476

>>121475

Been dead for the last 8 months or so


 No.121477

>>121476

fuck. wanted to start listening to dorian


 No.121478

File: f512f3eef175c8f⋯.jpg (1.19 MB, 1394x1873, 1394:1873, dan9.jpg)

>13 was literally reading the script off the floor in the Stenza exposition scene


 No.121479

The new TARDIS exterior is good but the lighting is bad.


 No.121480

Jodie is good but her acting is shit


 No.121481

Jodie is shit, her acting is shit, her costume is shit, her companions are shit, her TARDIS interior is shit, her stories have been shit, her non-existent attitude has been shit and the writing has been shit


 No.121482

Jodie is underwhelming and the writing is beyond bad.


 No.121483

Doctor Who is good but the show is shit.


 No.121484

Doctor Who is ruined forever.

#BRINGBACKMOFFAT

unironically


 No.121485

File: 7785b402bc1d3a2⋯.jpg (8.69 KB, 301x167, 301:167, eccleston2.jpg)

Punished Eccleston will appear in the 60th


 No.121486

File: d791a52ed369875⋯.jpg (51.31 KB, 512x621, 512:621, 1317513416047.jpg)

>tfw trying to write about TGM but running into the twin problems that there's both so little to say about the story and yet an overwhelming amount of things that were done badly


 No.121487

>>121477

do you know how to handle torrent?


 No.121488


 No.121489

Finally listened to the /who/cast. Three guests next week? Yikes. Any hints?

Regarding the Timeless Child, my first instinct is to connect it to Madame de Pompadour describing the Doctor as a a lonely little boy.

I liked Susan Lynch a lot and think she'd make a great Doctor, but she's probably too much of a film actor to make the switch.


 No.121490

File: 99d3f4b81a9850f⋯.jpg (78.51 KB, 500x376, 125:94, 1519506901768.jpg)


 No.121491

Wheres the big finish mega?


 No.121492


 No.121493


 No.121494

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>120764

Is there a reason why you guys watch after the tenth doctor? This show started going down hill the moment Moffat took the reins.


 No.121495

>>121494

fuck off brainlet


 No.121496

File: 2dd550e576a8544⋯.png (59.78 KB, 625x626, 625:626, 1526866657583.png)


 No.121497

File: 28f90afa1ad42ab⋯.jpg (59.6 KB, 625x773, 625:773, w9.jpg)

File: 36c6348ce6f3167⋯.png (61.95 KB, 645x729, 215:243, w8.png)

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

File: 28f90afa1ad42ab⋯.jpg (59.6 KB, 625x773, 625:773, w4.jpg)

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


 No.121498

Anyone have the audio mega?


 No.121500

File: c7d53f6efb11052⋯.jpg (117.6 KB, 1129x1200, 1129:1200, 1519920455208.jpg)

File: ff5a1a143ee5c85⋯.jpg (45.72 KB, 623x450, 623:450, 1519926750227.jpg)

File: 849177939c04f39⋯.png (270.28 KB, 1190x906, 595:453, 1519996781778.png)

File: 41b8e5ea7298c4d⋯.jpg (4.59 KB, 211x239, 211:239, 1526038067356.jpg)

File: 64d83a8f00abd05⋯.png (59.17 KB, 457x500, 457:500, 1526046941781.png)


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 No.121503

>>121498

Neo's secret stash


 No.121506

>>121501

We don't waste time talking to your kind here. Keep moving.


 No.138142

>>120877

>>120878

He isn't writing for the existing fans. He's decided we're all old and not going to buy the merchandising, so he's going to try to captivate a new generation of kids by making it look / sound like marvel capeshit. He's said as much in interviews.




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