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File: 28249e948e9a9ea⋯.png (157.67 KB, 441x423, 49:47, moffbeard.png)

 No.121499

Moff Cannot Go Through This Again edition

unstickied for its entire duration: >>120764

 No.121505

File: 7e85b2fe419cf32⋯.jpg (29.14 KB, 498x456, 83:76, 1514165254237.jpg)


 No.121507

Anyone have the video mega?


 No.121508


 No.121509

File: 340fe2d38051654⋯.png (200.53 KB, 1354x667, 1354:667, Screenshot_2018-10-18 Goog….png)


 No.121510

File: ad7af6af5b813f5⋯.webm (5.86 MB, 720x404, 180:101, mummy.webm)

Just your regular reminder of kino levels we will never experience again


 No.121511

>>121510

Frank Skinner was wasted in it


 No.121512

File: 3494c85e794653f⋯.webm (3.93 MB, 960x540, 16:9, flare.webm)

Never ever again


 No.121513

File: b5fddd17aa10f2a⋯.jpg (24.63 KB, 241x392, 241:392, 1519401744283.jpg)

Chibnall's Who in 1 image


 No.121514

File: 14e8b5b5772bf85⋯.webm (2.81 MB, 720x404, 180:101, splunked.webm)

never ever


 No.121515

File: 1e275566382ba38⋯.webm (461.84 KB, 720x360, 2:1, soup.webm)

Ever again? nope


 No.121516

File: beb2b1e318f5670⋯.webm (1.01 MB, 720x404, 180:101, betraying.webm)

.


 No.121517

>>121514

teatime brutality for tots


 No.121518

File: d13887438fc4a74⋯.jpg (187.54 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, 1x04-Aliens-of-London-doct….jpg)

Never again :(


 No.121519

File: 8647abc4ed6650e⋯.jpg (110.36 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, DW.505.720p.x265.yourserie….jpg)

>tfw the show can't even capture a shred of this level of wonder on its first visit to an alien planet anymore


 No.121520

>>121510

Hot take: Mummy is overrated


 No.121521

File: 578bda305c73ee5⋯.png (17.6 KB, 664x480, 83:60, fd554343.png)

never again :(


 No.121522

>>121520

>Mummy is overrated

Mummy is rated adequately


 No.121523

>>121522

Mummy is rated as adequate.


 No.121524

File: dc9889351d82e5d⋯.png (20.48 KB, 282x76, 141:38, sabrina.png)

This is Doctor Who in the era of Netflix


 No.121525

>>121523

Better than any Chibnall or Gattis episode


 No.121526

>>121525

That's damning with faint praise.


 No.121527

File: b656a19de372105⋯.jpg (88.07 KB, 755x719, 755:719, DoctorWho-112_2574.jpg)

>mfw the very real possibility that Chibnall's last episode will be worse than Twice Upon A Time

>yfw you will live to see Chibnall's last episode


 No.121528

>>121527

All of Chibnall's episodes are worse than Twice Upon a Time


 No.121529

>>121527

I don't plan on living that long lol


 No.121530

File: fac53ec80cfe01c⋯.png (156.95 KB, 350x425, 14:17, 12wut.png)

>>121529

>not staying around just for the pleasure of seeing the back of this shit era


 No.121531

>>121530

>Two episodes in

>Already anticipating his last episode

Chibnall Who is a disaster.


 No.121532

File: ddaa32b22c80d0c⋯.gif (2.43 MB, 268x320, 67:80, 1517105962463.gif)


 No.121533

File: 7bcffc9f145910d⋯.png (362.41 KB, 1280x341, 1280:341, political comic i am dumb.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.121534

File: 6ee847301ccec63⋯.png (102.6 KB, 1272x1316, 318:329, 1511504891935.png)


 No.121535

File: 8d9ced1b68c4999⋯.jpg (136.38 KB, 1200x857, 1200:857, 8d9ced1b68c499913173194f7a….jpg)


 No.121536

>>121533

>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.

Is this peak Skelly? The relitigation of black people's basic humanity and right to exist has been going on for a very long time and yet we still have racism. It's almost like it's a discourse that is impervious to both fact and empathy. The thought of Doctor Who trying to didactically participate in that particular "exchange of ideas" makes me gag.

No, the real problem with Rosa isn't going to be that it "fails to prove the racists wrong" (implicitly, taking their ideology seriously in the process) but that it will present a completely mainstreamed, teleological, sanitised and establishment-friendly depiction of social activism and resistance. It's going to be an absolute shitshow.


 No.121537

>>121535

9, 12 and 13 honestly look good with those outfits.


 No.121538

File: 0cbf75295d7aefc⋯.jpg (399.97 KB, 884x1222, 34:47, 1500772129100.jpg)

Baseball episode when?


 No.121539

File: 7a3c6343c612598⋯.jpeg (69.86 KB, 530x868, 265:434, moffster.jpeg)

File: 369ec08a6e06e48⋯.jpeg (88.33 KB, 537x641, 537:641, rarehappymoff.jpeg)

Time for some rare bearded moffs


 No.121540

>>121536

Even if you think that engaging with racists is futile and will never change their mind, that still leaves the point of

>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?


 No.121541

File: 77d4d4dfecca5a5⋯.jpg (43.31 KB, 409x767, 409:767, bed1510865153031.jpg)


 No.121542

>>121539

Oh my god. Based.


 No.121544

>>121534

>>121536

Absolutely not an argument, get naenae'd


 No.121545

File: 1eabc0f4aec3955⋯.jpg (529.32 KB, 2048x1664, 16:13, sw1509822816913.jpg)

What this image and Rosa Parks have in common?


 No.121546

File: 97ad7c3e155391c⋯.jpg (553.41 KB, 2048x1664, 16:13, 1eabc0f4aec395537f754c0dff….jpg)

>>121545

sitting at the back


 No.121547

File: 697417a90df802e⋯.jpg (38.65 KB, 500x497, 500:497, with-the-common-men.jpg)


 No.121548

Moffless and Bible Black


 No.121549

File: 6cb9dbb738e88eb⋯.jpg (134.54 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, DW.611.720p.x265.yourserie….jpg)


 No.121550

File: fc9a4e30e5854fe⋯.jpg (293.63 KB, 734x436, 367:218, w1511384458609.jpg)


 No.121551

>>121539

tfw free from dw


 No.121552

Still hoping Moffat just pilfers a group of based Capaldi-era actors for Dracula.


 No.121553

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

Timeless Child

The daughter of the Master


 No.121554

>>121552

Matt Lucas


 No.121555

>>121554

Lucas cast in a serious role could potentially be creepy as fuck. They can use his alopecia for added effect.


 No.121556

>>121326

>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.

Beautifully put; I completely agree. And you and Neo are very right about the influence of fandom perception; just within the context of Looms, there are at least a few cases of popular, minor misunderstandings of "Lungbarrow" making it into later books (namely "Against Nature").

>>121319

Interesting idea. To those less familiar, in the FP series doubles-down (harder than any other media, I believe) on the idea of the Time Lords using "breeding-engines" and rejecting their sexuality, but it's framed as one of the many things they abandoned because they'd prefer to think of themselves as gods. But just like in Doctor Who, the Time Lord characters are portrayed with emotions and sexuality in abundance – cf the relationship between Entarodora and the infamously horny Robert Scarratt – just with the excuse of new ideas being introduced in Wartime. Regardless of which way you approach Looms, I think dodging their implications in the "our characters still have relatable emotions" direction is necessary for good writing.


 No.121557

File: 2985169acd6e40a⋯.png (558.12 KB, 535x717, 535:717, 2985169acd6e40a5baa01083a8….png)

Timeless Child


 No.121558

>>121555

>They can use his alopecia for added effect.


 No.121559

File: a8a440e53521d07⋯.jpg (46.26 KB, 938x492, 469:246, 71515377336595.jpg)


 No.121560

>>121558

tell me more about you


 No.121561

>>121560

Most interesting and pertinent fact I can think of is that I'm tired and I'm going to go to bed


 No.121562

File: 2428e6c1275469d⋯.png (335.23 KB, 1920x1090, 192:109, vlcsnap-00006.png)


 No.121563

File: 19960caab47a753⋯.jpg (364.04 KB, 1024x756, 256:189, 773270344.jpg)

What feelings this image brings to you


 No.121564

File: 7d02758305b04fa⋯.png (1.67 MB, 998x1280, 499:640, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.121565

File: de14c7593b03e31⋯.png (2.09 MB, 998x1280, 499:640, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.121566

>>121564

>over half the article is about the fucking guest star

this is chibnalls doctor who, look we got some actors guys!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! just like all the other cool shows!!!


 No.121567

>>121539

>Pretends to be masculine after 7 years of kowtowing to tumblr


 No.121568

>>121566

There's a second page which we don't have yet.


 No.121569

File: e8882d64dc0f63a⋯.png (210.39 KB, 430x410, 43:41, e8882d64dc0f63a2a39f0c338e….png)

>>121564

>the title Arachnids in the UK was Vinay Patel's idea

fuck I was looking forward to his episode before


 No.121570

>>121567

Moffat is a chad. A weakling who was interested in compromising his artistic vision would not have created S8 and 9.


 No.121571


 No.121572

>>121569

Hey, don't blame Vinay. Chib wrote an ep so vacuous he couldn't even title it. He probably just said "hey guys my ep has spiders, wat I call it?" and Vinay threw out that pun as a joke then Chibnall actually used it


 No.121573

>>121565

>visiting recent past not common

1980's in Before the Flood

1983 in cold War


 No.121574

>>121571

>I get called a Paki when I am sorting out a domestic or a terrorist on the way home from the mosque

o shit


 No.121575

>>121565

>"Real-life stories are very interesting dramatically, and to put them into Doctor Who is a very exciting… collision," says showrunner Chris Chibnall, searching for the right words to describe the first historical story of Series 11.

what an incredibly unflattering opening sentence


 No.121576

>>121575

I don't watch Doctor Who to face real life problems, I watch it for escapism. I think most people do. What is he thinking?


 No.121577

>>121565

>but what is the mystery surrounding Rosa Parks?

FUCK OFF WITH THE QUESTIONS

STOP PUTTING QUESTIONS IN EPISODE DESCRIPTIONS


 No.121578

Sidekicks Ryan Sinclair and Yasmin Khan face discrimination as they are refused entry to a motel and both discuss modern racism, too.

Ryan, played by black actor Tosin Cole, says: “It’s not like Rosa Parks wipes out racism from the world forever.

“Otherwise how come I get stopped by police way more than my white mates? Tell me you don’t get it?”

Police officer Yasmin, played by Mandip Gill, replies: “Of course I do, especially on the job.

“I get called a Paki when I am sorting out a domestic or a terrorist on the way home from the mosque. But they don’t win, those people.

“I can be a police officer now because people like Rosa Parks fought for us.

“And in 53 years they will have a black President.

“Who knows where they will be 50 years after that. That is proper change.”


 No.121579

>>121578

>Doctor Who's "Rosa" is exactly what the world needed right now. Here's why.


 No.121580

File: 78c1bc619dd2ee4⋯.png (385.8 KB, 552x552, 1:1, 1516033131979.png)


 No.121581

>>121565

>>121564

nice thanks

>trips to the recent past are relatively unusual for doctor who

funny how there's not much. i guess for the 50s-90s we have…

father's day 80s

the idiots lantern 50s

the eleventh hour 90s (or anytime we see a companion's childhood, but it's not like the era is specifically highlighted)

impossible astronaut/day of the moon)

cold war 80s

hide 70s (two in a row in 7b interestingly, and there's also the flashbacks in akhaten)

before the flood 80s

rosa 50s


 No.121582

>>121578

This is such superficial dialog


 No.121583

>>121578

this can't be real dialogue. this isn't how human beings speak


 No.121584

File: d208266ad982ac6⋯.png (29.11 KB, 791x183, 791:183, Screen Shot 2018-10-19 at ….png)

what did they mean by this?


 No.121585

File: 7a72a82ad232389⋯.png (92.38 KB, 408x431, 408:431, 1539902679969[1].png)


 No.121586

>>121578

It's like they took an article from Vice and got them to recite it verbatim


 No.121587


 No.121588

>>121587

thanks


 No.121589

>>121573

So twice in the last 5 years?


 No.121590

File: a51fe4010f6853f⋯.gif (2.16 MB, 294x253, 294:253, a51fe4010f6853ff7789639f0f….gif)

>>121578

oh dear


 No.121591

>>121578

>“I can be a police officer now because people like Rosa Parks fought for us.

What's the history of racial discrimination in the UK, were POCs still not allowed in certain occupations in the mid-20th century?


 No.121592

>>121589

Hide

25 November 1974


 No.121593

File: f114c4726d0de91⋯.jpg (183.13 KB, 1229x1063, 1229:1063, tosinkillme.jpg)

>>121578

>“I can be a police officer now because people like Rosa Parks fought for us.

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


 No.121594

>>121591

>What's the history of racial discrimination in the UK, were Whites still not allowed in certain occupations in the mid-20th century?

Birmingham


 No.121595

>>121593

he can't be police, because he has problems


 No.121596

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Kent_(police_officer)

this guy was apparently the first black police officer in britain, from the 1800s


 No.121597


 No.121598

>>121596

Wouldn't have been possible without Rosa Parks :")


 No.121599

Will Human Nature/Family of Blood ever be surpassed with regards to its intelligent and tactful depiction of racial prejudices in modern history?


 No.121600

>>121598

Wouldn't have been possible without the Queen of Sheeba :")


 No.121601

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

25:10


 No.121602

File: 4942482cb255934⋯.jpg (81.56 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, smart2857bus.jpg)


 No.121603

File: c1af55f70a4d4c3⋯.jpg (461.95 KB, 971x1471, 971:1471, Smug Simm.jpg)

>>121578

>it's real

OH NO NO NO NO


 No.121604

Someone PLEASE wake up cats12, he needs to see that line about coppers


 No.121605

Why are there so many 6 and 7 parters in the PertPert era?


 No.121606

File: a0c42bc85bf10ea⋯.jpg (46.87 KB, 399x554, 399:554, a0c42bc85bf10eac8a5ec91f92….jpg)


 No.121607

>>121578

Do you think they're saving the drumpf line for when the episode airs?


 No.121608

im so fucking hype for the drumpf line, finally a worthy successor too (((drwho))).webm


 No.121609

https://io9.gizmodo.com/how-i-learned-to-love-the-doctor-who-companion-1829709220

>Back in 2015, a single image convinced me I would never watch Doctor Who. An older man running away from a giant explosion, pulling along a much-younger woman gazing at him in pure adulation. It exemplified everything that frustrated me about gender representation in film and TV.


 No.121610

>>121609

>dumb roastie rambling


 No.121611

>>121609

>Of course, there are exceptions. Moffat’s later “prophecy” plots involving Amy and Clara leaned heavily into the stereotype of having a woman exist to help a man’s journey, to the point where it ventured on “spawned from Adam’s rib” territory. The biggest victim would be Clara. Coleman was fun and expressive, and I liked her quite a bit, but she was given a bum deal. Clara wasn’t a character so much as an idea the writers thought was clever, leaving her with little to work with afterward. What value does “The Impossible Girl” have after she’s no longer impossible? The writers didn’t really think it through, and her storyline suffered until her character’s death.


 No.121612

>>121578

This is how you know you have a shit writer, when they literally have to spell out what their message is instead of telling it through an engaging story with realistic dialogue.


 No.121613

File: 71b30d1ba76d3c7⋯.png (923.35 KB, 860x1080, 43:54, Autistic screeching.png)

>>121611

Yeah, I'm thinkin I'm verged.


 No.121614

File: 9e8defdefab80a7⋯.jpg (66.43 KB, 591x719, 591:719, 12scream.jpg)

>>121611

>What value does “The Impossible Girl” have after she’s no longer impossible? The writers didn’t really think it through, and her storyline suffered until her character’s death.

BURN DIE KILL FUCK SHIT GOD CHRIST HELL MURDER FUCK


 No.121615

>>121614

>>121609

It's just typical roastie cognitive dissonance.


 No.121616

>>121611

>>121609

Why do these freaks watch shows with male protagonists? Would she be happier if it was a younger man helping and gazing up at him in pure adulation? Of course not. The harpy would shriek even louder about the lack of female representation.


 No.121617

>>121615

don't delude yourself there are just as many retarded men who don't understand Clara's plotline, probably a lot more


 No.121618

>>121615

It's not cognitive dissonance, there's no concept of her worldview having been challenged and doubling down on mental hallucinations. She just has a very limited lens from which she's viewing Doctor Who and is completely missing what was actually going on.


 No.121619

The Eruditorum clique proved you can do left wing, feminist Doctor Who criticism without being a stupid pleb who hates Moffat/12/Clara. Why must the mainstream keep leaving it to filthy philistines? (I answered my own question there didn't I?)

That S9 promo image is legitimately terrible though, it doesn't communicate the themes of the series at all. Hell it would probably be a more fitting reflection of their relationship if 12 was the one gazing longingly at Clara.


 No.121620

File: 6e2c95de141b232⋯.jpg (11.19 KB, 271x204, 271:204, 271px-No_Coloureds.jpg)

>>121578

Meanwhile, 30 years ago…


 No.121621

>>121609

>When I was a young girl attending church, one of the women once said to me: “Behind every great man is a great woman.” I couldn’t have been more than seven or eight, but I distinctly remember replying to her: “Why can’t I be in front by myself?” She didn’t have an answer, at least not a good one.

The problems with this phrase go both ways. It's true that women should not be relegated to being in the shadow of men, but it's completely invalid and unearned empowerment to suggest that women are really the ones responsible for successful men.


 No.121622

>>121620

Remembrance literally has a neo-Nazi organisation as part of the antagonistic faction. It's more timely than a wanky Vincent and the Doctor clone fetishising past glories could ever be.


 No.121623

>>121622

>neo-Nazi

You sure you aren't thinking of Silver Nemesis?


 No.121624

>>121623

Remembrance has the 'association', the head of whom says this:

>RATCLIFFE: Yes. This country fought for the wrong cause in the last war. When I spoke out, they had me imprisoned.

They literally believe Hitler was right.


 No.121625

>>121624

Ah, I guess it's been a while since I saw Remembrance.


 No.121626

>>121625

To be fair, Silver Nemesis is a shit ripoff of Remembrance, so the mixup is understandable.


 No.121627

>>121571

How is it the first time when Daleks are basically racism: the species?


 No.121628

Is there any hope for Rosa?


 No.121629

File: c6ab30c1bba591a⋯.png (689.06 KB, 993x698, 993:698, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.121630

File: 922a5a25c1f176f⋯.png (214.8 KB, 460x530, 46:53, 12dur.png)

>tfw that DWM preview makes Rosa sound like it could be Hartnelllesque historical kino, but we know it will be fucking ruined by this terrible sci-fi plot (not that the dialogue sounds particularly good anyway)


 No.121631

File: c0ed59519c64c23⋯.png (190.48 KB, 363x418, 33:38, c0ed59519c64c2333c049ecd52….png)

>>121629

>for the first time


 No.121632

>“I can be a police officer now because people like Rosa Parks fought for us.

I still refuse to believe this is real dialogue in an episode about the African-American civil rights struggle. No-one, NOBODY could be so fucking tone-deaf as to do that in 2018.


 No.121633

File: bc2133665da9002⋯.gif (579.77 KB, 400x309, 400:309, pertwee_is_fear.gif)

>>121565

>In fack when I was thinking about this episode I realised that in some ways it's like a modern version of a Hartnell historical. In Rosa our ensemble, our team, discover what it was actually like living in the period they're visiting.

Great, sounds like Chibbers has the right idea-

>Something similar happens in [2007 episode] The Shakespeare Code.


 No.121634

>>121632

>I get called a Paki when I am sorting out a domestic or a terrorist on the way home from the mosque. But they don’t win, those people.

literally sounds like robotalk


 No.121635

>>121633

oh holy fuck I didn't even catch that. Chibnall's idea of how to bring back Hartnell historicality in NuWho is the fucking Shakespeare Code. I'm going to gouge my eyes out.


 No.121636

>>121634

Maybe the Mirror just…formatted the lines really weirdly.


 No.121637

>>121628

It will be Thin Ice level of obliviousness but trying harder to be relevant.

>>121627

The greatness of the Daleks as villains is how they can feasibly represent any given supremacist group, which doesn't fit with the white guilt narrative in which only whites did anything wrong, ever.


 No.121638

>>121634

>sorting out a domestic or a terrorist

Is this even a grammatically correct phrase?


 No.121639

>>121638

i dont even know, it sounds like shes saying she sorts out terrorists who are on their way home from the mosque


 No.121640

File: fa99d0182f2e8b9⋯.jpg (46.84 KB, 618x456, 103:76, 3distress.jpg)

>>121636

This is Chibnall Who. There's only one sort of line reading.


 No.121641

>>121638

>I get called a "Paki" when I am sorting out a domestic*, or a "terrorist" on the way home from the mosque

*domestic - a dispute she has been called to resolve at someone's home


 No.121642

>>121641

Is this confirmation that yas is muslim?


 No.121643

File: 306b09f7a8d14b3⋯.jpg (38.78 KB, 627x472, 627:472, 04_Part_4.avi_snapshot_11.….jpg)

>>121640

When will it end


 No.121644

File: c5b04e72cb5bb68⋯.jpg (14.55 KB, 640x518, 320:259, tZ4wf2g_d.jpg)

>>121611

>but she was given a bum deal

lol


 No.121645

>>121642

>>121641

i think you have it wrong, it's [i get called a]… "terrorist on the way home from the mosque"


 No.121646

>>121642

Not necessarily, I read it as her getting called "a terrorist [who is] on the way from the mosque".


 No.121647

>>121645

>>121646

You're both wrong, she gets called a domestic terrorist for sorting out a paki


 No.121648

>>121645

>>121646

I wonder if the way she delivers the line will make it any clearer.

Whether she's saying that she gets called "a terrorist on the way home from the mosque", or when she's on her way home from the mosque she gets called a "terrorist"


 No.121649

File: 0d212abb75445b3⋯.jpg (12.43 KB, 432x324, 4:3, 3face.jpg)

>>121643

F I V E Y E A R P L A N

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 No.121650

Even if Chibnall somehow got ousted (with ratings like for episode 1, it's not happening soon), who is there even to replace him? I don't know much about the British TV landscape right now.


 No.121651

>>121650

mathieson-roberts coshowrunnership


 No.121652

>>121650

I'd be fascinated to see that. Maybe they'd draft some random spare in to run the show in a non-writer capacity, and make up the loss of scripts by hiring as many random writers as possible and doing no "arc" whatsoever, just unconnected adventures


 No.121653

>>121628

Almost none. I might be the most controversial episode of Doctor Who yet and that's just what Chibnall wants.


 No.121654

>>121578

>“I can be a police officer now because people like Rosa Parks fought for us.

:really:


 No.121655

>>121650

I remember Moff said he'd come back in some capacity if it went to shit, but it didn't, at least not in the way he meant.

Gatiss? Harness? Someone who doesn't have experience with/like Doctor Who, brought in to "fix" things?


 No.121656

File: 6c52df0e7c2787a⋯.gif (2.94 MB, 365x272, 365:272, c9966786acd0f52bb69a522509….gif)

File: 36d439d015502c0⋯.jpg (77.34 KB, 800x600, 4:3, cb7d8580-a9e2-4a36-a001-7b….jpg)

>>121649

I want to be in a parallel universe where literally anyone else was the showrunner. My cat would do a better job.


 No.121657

>>121652

>hiring as many random writers as possible and doing no "arc" whatsoever, just unconnected adventures

I would actually like this desu


 No.121658

File: 89182e7d89ce7af⋯.jpg (80.68 KB, 782x719, 782:719, DoctorWho-112_2565.jpg)

>>121654

I FUCKING KNOW RIGHT?


 No.121659

>>121657

Same, I'd take it over S11 in a heartbeat.


 No.121660

File: cf6251d47f9c077⋯.gif (455.35 KB, 448x246, 224:123, 10looksin.gif)

>>121656

Nice cat.


 No.121661

>>121655

>Someone who doesn't have experience with/like Doctor Who

Fucking this, please. I like Moffat, but fan producers were a mistake.


 No.121662

so did yaz just forget that rosa parks and people like her were arrested and beaten by police officers? or what


 No.121663

>>121662

Chibnall and perhaps Blackman? forgot, that's for sure.


 No.121664

>>121661

>fan producers were a mistake

That's going a little far for me, but that and fan Doctors like Tennant and Capaldi have unfortunately created this cancerous attitude that if you aren't already a massive fan of the show, you shouldn't be in charge of it.


 No.121665

>>121661

Brooker or Lynch pls


 No.121666

>>121662

Change the system from the inside.


 No.121667

>>121665

Brooker's a fan too, albeit probably not as much of one.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=79XAEN9gAx0


 No.121668

>>121667

He said not having the time to write an episode was sadder than any episode of Black Mirror he wrote.


 No.121669

>>121666

why not destroy it from the outside?


 No.121670


 No.121671

>>121652

Why didn't they do that? Chibnall has said few returning elements, no returning villains and no series arc and so far that seems mostly true. Why even have him in anything but an advisory capacity?

>>121661

Do you think the netflix friendly Series 11 was Chibnall's plan or do you think the BBC reigned him in to the current blandness?


 No.121672

>>121669

Because that causes more hostile resistance which will work against you


 No.121673

>>121672

oh no, we'll have to make another guillotine to keep up!


 No.121674

>>121673

You can't destroy institutions without resistance and repercussions that negatively affect you. Larping as an edgy murderer doesn't translate to reality.


 No.121675

>>121674

But Sandifer said it would work!


 No.121676

Probably just my ignorance but wasn't British and American racism different back then?

Did Rosa Parks actually help anything in Britain?


 No.121677

>>121671

Bit of column A and column B. I imagine the initial ultra populist push came from the BBC, which is why they searched for Chibbs in the first place, but a lot of what we've seen concretely seems to have his fingers on it.


 No.121678

>>121675

verged sandyanon strikes again. aaalex right?


 No.121679

>>121676

Well because of her people like Yaz can be a police officer now so yeah I'd say she did quite a bit don't you think.


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 No.121681

>>121678

t. verged


 No.121682

>>121676

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Racism_in_the_United_Kingdom

There's probably some valuable insights on this page somewhere but I cbf to read it myself right now.


 No.121683

File: 18b24a1ff7e1393⋯.png (729.14 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 1514783355709.png)


 No.121684

File: 856c35154afec64⋯.jpg (92.61 KB, 585x686, 585:686, ThatGuyFromTorchwood.jpg)


 No.121685

File: 3141a7089b41fec⋯.jpg (247.34 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, 1539644873859.jpg)

why didn't they at least use different shades of orange, instead of making everything the same saturated luminescent orange?


 No.121686

>>121629

>worst enemy yet


 No.121687

>>121685

cause orange age


 No.121688

>>121601

That's a really nice speech for a guy named "General Lee" who pronounces "negro" as "nigra" every single time.

Anyways, it's interesting that besides the Nazis making racial purity seem like a bad thing, World War 2 also involved the largest government effort to educate and employ black men up to that point in history and by necessity involved a fair amount of ad-hoc integration oversees, factors which would pay dividends over the next 30 years.


 No.121689

>>121686

Chris Chibnall?


 No.121690

>>121686

It's especially weird since the Doctor already faced "the darkest evil of all" in Oxygen: Capitalism.


 No.121691

>>121690

cosmic capitalism


 No.121692

>>121690

>one space station going wrong was enough for the entire concept of capitalism to be destroyed forever


 No.121693

>>121692

>implying it's not indicative of a larger trend throughout that point in time


 No.121694

Good to see episode 3 has become the racism episode of the season starting with series 10. Maybe this trend will continue forever


 No.121695

12x03 Huey


 No.121696

>>121694

>Unquiet Dead has an immigration metaphor

>Gridlock was about the lower class getting caged up in traffic

>Planet of the Ood was about how slavery was bad

The third episode being the racism one has been a recurring trend for a while.


 No.121697

13x03 Lil


 No.121698

>tfw one week until sesska's world enough and time reaction


 No.121699

>Chibnall called Rowling "a genius" and said that the Harry Potter series is an "absolutely transcendant piece of work".

>He even gave shoutouts to theatrical production Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.

>transcendant


 No.121700

>>121699

rowling's gonna hate him for using that word


 No.121701

>RTD and Chibs wanted JK Rowling to write NuWho

>Moffat couldn't give a fuck


 No.121702

#getnilsoonthepodcast


 No.121703

listening to /who/ cares on 1.5 speed feelscomfyman


 No.121704

>>121489

Oh, you know, the dark, the sword, the forsaken, the temple. A logical pick and a dark horse pick.

What you say makes me wonder how Moff took the line, if he took it much at all.

>>121650

Whithouse is out but there are a few workable legacy picks like Harness and Cross. I still think hiring a non Who writer with similar genre experience, like Howard Overman, could happen. Or really pushing for a stunt short run of a famous showrunner like Ianucci/Brooker/etc but that's probably completely unworkable and definitely completely unworkable at short notice.

>>121703

That fast and it won't be long before you hear "Anon! Wakey wakey, it's all over now."


 No.121705

RTD never turned in a Ghost Monument-tier script that was just spinning its wheels until Tooth and Claw, arguably, and here we are.


 No.121706

Re. the season 26 blu-ray, wasn't it 100% shot on video? Great season, but I'd much rather see HD 35mm material from earlier seasons desu. Season 7 when?


 No.121707

better written

pillar o' hope

better written

very cliche


 No.121708

>>121706

>Season 7 when?

Probably a long way down the line, it's not an easy season to remaster especially with Ambassadors. I wish for it too


 No.121709

>"Dalek" Commentary with Rob Shearman, Nick Briggs, and Rapist


 No.121710

>>121709

>Bruno Langley talking about how "flirtatious" he is

>Joking about having his hand on Briggs's leg

monkaS


 No.121711

Before Rosa airs, I want to see the last time that Vinette Robinson was in a Doctor Who script by Chris Chibnall: 42

Stream when?


 No.121712

How long until one of the companions says "hashtag resist"?


 No.121713

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>"Rosa" begins

>Establishing shot of the Earth

>Zoom in on a 1950s alarm clock

>Song related kicks in

>We see Rosa Parks' dull morning routine

yfw?


 No.121714

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>121578

This is the quality of dialog we have to get used to now


 No.121715

File: 0d02d4420e853b2⋯.png (348.22 KB, 1379x1329, 1379:1329, my sides.png)

>sentient rags


 No.121716

What music does Clara Oswald listen to?


 No.121717

>>121716

White Nationalist Mumble Rap


 No.121718

>>121716

classical


 No.121719

Empty Child - Gas masks

Girl in the Fireplace - Clocks, clockwork

Blink - Statues

Silence in the Library - Shadows

Heaven Sent - Being alive


 No.121720

>>121719

The Pilot - water


 No.121721

>>121720

The Pilot - Dating as a lesbian


 No.121722

The whole "Clara Who" debacle seemed from Moffat trying to overcorrect the fact that she was intended to be eyecandy and was treated as such, both in story and by the actual writing of the show which never knew what to do either her.

"I'm not sexist, see how STRONG she is?"


 No.121723

>>121722

I was willing to respect your argument until you reduced her S8/9 characterisation to "strong"


 No.121724

File: 50a2458b00f89d7⋯.png (529.51 KB, 708x526, 354:263, doctor prank.png)

>>121723

haha you responded genuinely to a copy/paste from /tv/! lol pranked!


 No.121725

>>121724

oh you


 No.121726

>>121719

reminder he titled an episode 42


 No.121727

42 - sentient sun

The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood - silurians

Dinosaurs on a Spaceship - dinosaurs

The Power of Three - black cubes

The Woman who Fell to Earth - tooth man

The Ghost Monument - talking flying rags


 No.121728

The Tenth Doctor and Martha follow a distress signal, only to be trapped on a spaceship hurtling towards a sun and cut off from the TARDIS. With only forty-two minutes left till impact, can they save the day? Also, something else is on the ship and it wants everyone to burn.

***

Once more the Eleventh Doctor meets members of the Silurian race. However, this time, can he prevent them from being destroyed by humanity out of an act of self-preservation, or can he broker peace between them and bring about a better future for both races of planet Earth?

In the meantime, there are other questions that are left unanswered: Can Ambrose be trusted to keep Alaya alive? What is happening to Tony Mack's wound? Are the Silurians responsible for the empty graves? And what awaits Mo and Amy when a Silurian doctor is eager to see what makes them tick?

***

There have been many ways to invade the Earth, and the Eleventh Doctor has seen them all – or so he always thought. And then the human race wakes up one morning and discovers the world has been overrun by small cubes, which then proceed to do nothing at all. A plan is afoot, humanity is endangered – but by what and how and, above all, when? Thus begins the Year of the Slow Invasion.

***

Stranded on an alien planet infamously called Desolation, can the Doctor find her way to the TARDIS as she promised her new friends? Will her newest company be of any help when they're also racing against each other? And what exactly is "the Ghost Monument"?


 No.121729

At the brink of disaster the gang realise the destruction of the universe is imminent. Just who is Tegan Jovanka and what is going on with the two tardises?

Under the watchful eye of the mysterious white figure the Doctor must save the universe with Adric and returning guest star Sarah Sutton as Nyssa.


 No.121730

>there are people who unironically use "nurse who" and think it's funny

where do they live and with what sort of culture, that they still think nursing is a job for women and doctors are a male profession?


 No.121732

>>121730

Maybe they're people who have never used a hospital in their lives? Like they come from anti-vaxxer families, and have no idea what doctors even look like except from what they see on TV.


 No.121733

>>121732

But female doctors are well represented on TV


 No.121734

>>121733

Maybe they only watch old TV shows? Like really old TV.


 No.121735

File: 0925eaf255cecb8⋯.jpg (92.35 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 5823ce5.jpg)

dwe?


 No.121736

File: ef1ba1cb548a63b⋯.jpg (51.31 KB, 640x638, 320:319, ef1ba1cb548a63b79fe8af6769….jpg)

Worst Doctor and TARDIS team coming through


 No.121737

File: a5a867affe8ea9b⋯.jpg (110.14 KB, 720x725, 144:145, 3a0be05.jpg)

vastra


 No.121738

File: 40ccedbe9d83be3⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 1500x1125, 4:3, doctorwho-20111120-19 cora….jpg)

File: 3141a7089b41fec⋯.jpg (247.34 KB, 1200x800, 3:2, 1539644873859.jpg)

The only real difference between the coral and crystal consoles is the density of the random shit. The RTD era always avoided closeups of the console because there was very little to actually interact with, and drawing attention to it would have broken the illusion


 No.121739

>>121738

the coral console got away with it though. There was never a good shot of the panels, and it wasnt in hd til 2009. they cant get away with it now


 No.121740

Fitz hesitated, then clubbed her over the head with the briefcase. She dropped back, the gun went off, Fitz grabbed it. The barrel was hot in his hand. He twisted it round, took hold of the grip. He looked up, to see Ed staring at him. Without time to think, he aimed at the man’s forehead and pulled the trigger. ‘No!’ shrieked Maddie. There were more screams from the crowd. People were running across the stage. And a red flower was blooming in the middle of Ed Hill’s forehead. I’ve killed him, thought Fitz. His hands felt bruised where the gun had jumped in recoil. Then, to Fitz’s horror, Ed’s eyes moved in their sockets, and he spoke. The voice boomed from everywhere, not just amplified electronically, but huge and real, as if he’d taken over the air itself. ‘Now you’ve done it, baby.’ An obscene giggle. ‘A fatal wound. End of the world.’ Blood was flowing down Ed’s face, dripping from his chin. Behind him, the TARDIS began to get bigger. ‘Oh, no,’ shrieked the Doctor. ‘No, no, no, no! The damage you’ve done to his brain – he’s completely out of control!’ A huge force caught Fitz and sent him flying backwards, rolling across the stage. He saw Sam fall: only the Doctor remained standing. The Doctor bent down, picked up the gun. Fitz saw it in flashes, as his body rolled away, helpless before the spreading force. The TARDIS was at least ten metres high, and it was distorting, melting like a huge blue candle. The Doctor was moving closer to Ed, the gun in his hand. The gun against the back of Ed’s neck. There was a shot. The Doctor’s face twisted in agony, his jacket spattered with blood. Then the Doctor was running, running towards Fitz. ‘Into the TARDIS! Now! Now!’


 No.121741

I gave the second episode of /who/ Cares to a guy who doesn't know about this board, and after listening, he assumed Neo and Ingiga were from Planet Mondas.


 No.121742

>>121741

What lead him to that conclusion?


 No.121743

>>121742

I don't know. And he didn't like Ghost Monument either.


 No.121744

I just found out that the makers of the doctor who shitpost wiki (rip) have made a podcast! I cant wait to share this around reddit!!!


 No.121745

>>121744

please say sike


 No.121746

File: f4b4d08043cdf19⋯.jpg (215.13 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, big spid.jpg)


 No.121747

>>121746

is this the spider equivalent of cumming on yourself?


 No.121748

Could you end Doctor Who with the Big Bang?


 No.121749

File: 686b9202a3d76ad⋯.png (433.57 KB, 700x527, 700:527, 5 gets a blowjob 2.png)

File: 8c7f93b734601ba⋯.png (560.11 KB, 700x479, 700:479, 5 gets a blowjob.png)

File: 8ce45db79f5e2b0⋯.jpg (40.41 KB, 554x720, 277:360, 5-13.jpg)


 No.121750

>>121748

No, because then River's origin and who the hell the Silence are would have been unresolved.


 No.121751

>>121748

yes, but it wouldn't be a satisfying ending


 No.121752

Planet of the Ood might be my favourite episode from Tenants era


 No.121753


 No.121754

This is the thing with fandoms. We never forget. It's been 10 years and I still remember all the feelings that this song brings to me. It is for sure one of the saddest songs I can hear. Because of what it means to me. Because of what it means to all of you. We always remember. I haven't heard this song in a while, and I cried. Even if you don't exactly remember what is means you still know it. Subconsciously. Let the tears fall. Open the floodgates. We are the fandoms.


 No.121755

>>121754

Doomsday?


 No.121756


 No.121757

File: 9660e89f5ad97f5⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 58.07 KB, 400x254, 200:127, dwlasttimelords.gif)


 No.121758

File: 411b3d964e26af9⋯.gif (4.47 MB, 476x259, 68:37, lucy saxon.gif)

Ugh! I hate how Morefat made Harold Saxon sexist! He was never sexist before!!!! He had a wife!!!!


 No.121759

>>121758

That's not the Master being sexist, it's him making fun of the Doctor having relationships with humans


 No.121760

>>121741

Little did he know…

>>121744

!


 No.121761

>>121578

>terrorist on the way home from the mosque

So, uh, is she implying that there's a causal link between the two?

That's a bit racist, isn't it?


 No.121762

Is /who/ usually negative about Blind Wave? That's the impression I got but I'm liking their Doomsday reaction. One of them pointed out that there's a scene in the werewolf episode that is almost the same as the Doctor and Rose on either side of the wall but with the Doctor and the werewolf, the werewolf foreshadowing Rose the Bad Wolf.


 No.121763

>I get called a "Paki" when I am sorting out a domestic or a "terrorist" on the way home from the mosque.

>I get called a "Paki" when I am sorting out a domestic or a "terrorist on the way home from the mosque".

>I get called a "Paki when I am sorting out a domestic" or a "terrorist on the way home from the mosque".

Which one?


 No.121764

>>121762

do you think that was an intentional detail?


 No.121765

>>121762

I'd be a lot more positive about them if they didn't talk over most of the episode then complain it doesn't make sense.

They do review the episode for longer than any other reactor channel so I'll give them that praise. They don't always get it right but only one of them has seen the episodes before so it's fair enough.


 No.121766

>>121749

Looks great


 No.121767

>>121764

Both episodes are written by RTD so it could just be a visual that appealed to him during the writing of s2 that he unintentionally reused. I don't think it matters if he did intend for it since it's there in the episode and is a nice detail regardless.


 No.121768

File: 06b6df7a4c01fc3⋯.gif (11.53 KB, 250x220, 25:22, 10justdon't.gif)


 No.121769

>>121622

>>121623

>>121624

>>121625

I never noticed this until about three years ago. It makes Ratcliffe and Mike seem a lot more sinister instead of "Sub-Villain of the Week"

>Ratcliffe: It's been a long and difficult struggle for myself and my men. Now we can afford to relax and reap the rewards. As I said, people need a firm hand. It's in their nature. They feel more comfortable with a strong leader, someone who knows when to be lenient and when to be harsh.

>War is hell.


 No.121770

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

A Clara TARDIS Memorial Funko Pop.


 No.121771

I can think of someone that would like to "pop" some "funk", "oh", into a certain someone.


 No.121772


 No.121773

>>121764

Do you think it's not?


 No.121774

>>121770

wtf i love funko now


 No.121775

>>121772

What seems to be unclear?


 No.121776

>>121775

who are the certain someones?


 No.121777

>>121776

Here's a hint: one of them is Neo himself.


 No.121778

>>121770

not the only 6" super sized pop in this forsaken board


 No.121779


 No.121780


 No.121781

>>121778

I'd like to put my "super size" in you and make it "pop", if you know what I mean.


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 No.121783

>>121773

idk I haven't seen Tooth & Claw since it aired


 No.121784

>>121783

oops left my flag on


 No.121785

>>121779

>>121780

>>121781

>>121782

ummm…. do i like even know you???


 No.121786

File: 43948659be30d6f⋯.png (493.28 KB, 463x401, 463:401, c4dae5f894f198f7b08fdb1fc6….png)

that dialogue had me in tears lads, my god is this real life


 No.121787

What is the most rad story of each season? What is the most trad story of each season?


 No.121788

>>121786

kino chibs dialogue:

>Or it's done what it came here for. It's some sort of transport chamber, presumably for that thing we just saw in the alley. But why here? Why tonight?

>Half organic, half machine. Starts to make sense now. Wait. It's a Gathering Coil. No, dozens of Gathering Coils. These tentacle-y things, they're creatures which gather information. They've been lashed together and augmented into one super-creature. But why? What data are they gathering? Unless…

>What was it? Why is it here? Where's it going next? And, most importantly, how do we stop it? 'Cos whatever it is, I don't think it's done. Come on, Ryan. Come on, Yaz. I'm calling you Yaz, cos we're friends now.


 No.121789

im still verged about yaz to my friends.

the fact that it was ONLY added so chibnall could add the "cos were friends now" line infuriates me


 No.121790

File: 028ee9c42e0dbbf⋯.jpg (24.65 KB, 333x324, 37:36, dw 2005 pic.JPG)


 No.121791

kinda to my friends


 No.121792

File: 74354fded9615c2⋯.jpg (19.08 KB, 404x404, 1:1, 74354fded9615c28efb0ad41e8….jpg)

>>121789

It's stylistically designed to be that way


 No.121793

>One of my friends, before they got off drugs and found absolution and all, picked up a homeless man, took him to a nice restaurant, told him to get whatever he wanted. I remember the friend telling me about how nice the homeless man kept saying he was. Then, my friend, the asshole, says he's going to the bathroom and leaves this poor guy with the bill. He said he just never went back in.

dwe?


 No.121794

>>121790

makes me think of zoolander


 No.121795


 No.121796

Combine the weeping angel statement Rassilon makes in the End of Time with the time lords turned into immortal statues in The Five Doctors


 No.121797

>>121795

this is fascinating. It genuinely reads like a parody about a typical Jordan Peterson fan. I can't tell if this is satire or not.


 No.121798

File: 028ca7d9cf2cad4⋯.gif (5.28 MB, 750x425, 30:17, kronkpoison.gif)

>>121788

>It's a Gathering Coil. No, dozens of Gathering Coils. These tentacle-y things, they're creatures which gather information. They've been lashed together and augmented into one super-creature. But why? What data are they gathering?


 No.121799

>>121797

The way they write is peculiar, but doesn't feel contrived as you'd expect from a parody. I'm gonna guess it's real.


 No.121800

>>121799

Yeah, what puts me off thinking it might be real is the bit where he describes himself being condescending to his girlfriend and then says "she told me i was being condescending"


 No.121801

>>121800

If it were a parody, I would have expected they would have found an excuse to use more meme terms like lobsters and whatever else. I think it's really just an autist who clung onto JP culture to fill an absence in his life, and lacked the self awareness to notice how being so obtuse about it was fucking up his relationship.


 No.121802

File: 7dbd12177d6cb02⋯.jpg (94.51 KB, 1280x567, 1280:567, 10he'srightyouknow.jpg)

>>121800

some people just have very unrealistic ideas about how their behavior looks to others


 No.121803

>>121802

>>121801

I guess so. It's impressive that he's shared his side of the story from his own point of view and still comes out looking like the dickhead


 No.121804

>when you have a void in your life and are unsatisfied with how things are, but you find something that resonates with you and has a fanbase, so you overcompensate and obsess over it since it's one of the few things that makes you feel happy

>when you immerse yourself in that cult-like community, living in your own bubble and adapting the terminology you see used by others around you without using critical thought to consider when or if it's actually appropriate or relevant

>when this makes you detached from reality and appear unpleasant and obtuse to anyone who isn't part of your fandom cult

jordan peterson

/pol/

bronies

whovians

communists


 No.121805

>>121804

yeah but that doesnt apply to me, it only applies to people who aren't in my groups. You know, all the NPCs


 No.121806

>>121804

lol epic centrism


 No.121807

File: 4925d83b1c5b038⋯.jpg (761.11 KB, 4250x2390, 425:239, AmQFqtg.jpg)

wtf i love kinda now


 No.121808

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


 No.121809

>>121808

>Four wore a long scarf

>villain is a long scarf


 No.121810

>>121808

whats this monster called? (wrong answers only)


 No.121811

>>121810

The Drapists.


 No.121812

>>121810

The Dishrags (as opposed to Drashigs)


 No.121813

>>121810

K'Huhm Rahg


 No.121814

>>121810

I don't even know what their real name is? The rags?


 No.121815


 No.121816

>>121810

The Bogroll


 No.121817

>>121810

Cousin Nordstrom


 No.121818

>>121810

the cumrags


 No.121819

chibnall has explicitly said that this is a recruiting year, and it's clear that a lot of the design decisions that have been made have been with the intentions of appealing to as many people as possible

What if, after he's had a recruiting year, chibnall changes gears to make actual doctor who?


 No.121820

>>121819

Series 1 and Series 5 were recruiting years too, and those seasons were good.


 No.121821

MARTHA: And those are men dressed as women, yeah?

DOCTOR: London never changes.

bravo, Roberts


 No.121822

REMNANT: Finally, a big feast of lives.

DOCTOR: Nobody move.

EPZO: Don't let them touch you. They'll squeeze the life out of you.

REMNANT: Yes, squeeze the life from all of you.

EPZO: The talk is to distract you. That's how they were designed in that laboratory.

REMNANT: You can't save them. We smell your fear too. The strongest of all.

DOCTOR: You want fears? I've got a dozen lifetimes' worth.

REMNANT: A dozen lives? We'll take you first.

chibnall thought this was scary villain dialog for a floating rag


 No.121823

>>121812

fucking based


 No.121824

REMNANT: You lead but you're scared, too, for yourself and for others.

DOCTOR: Yeah, well, who isn't?

REMNANT: Afraid of your own newness. We see deeper, though, further back. The Timeless Child.

DOCTOR: What did you just say?

REMNANT: She doesn't know.

DOCTOR: What are you talking about? What can you see?

REMNANT: We see what's hidden even from yourself, the outcast, abandoned and unknown.

DOCTOR: Get out of my head.

REMNANT: Now we crush those fears from you.


 No.121825

>>121819

>>121822

>>121824

Ya can't just fix this dialouge overnight


 No.121826

>>121825

But that's what the script editor does. Speaking of which, what's even the point of a script editor in NuWho when the showrunner already serves as the head writer and the guy who hires and edits all the other writers' scripts?


 No.121827

>>121824

>>121822

The writing was bad but voice acting was good


 No.121828

>>121826

>Doctor Who but it's The Predator

>Doctor Who and the Not-So Amazing Race

>Doctor Who and the Racist from Space

>Doctor Who and the Spiders

Ya can't just fix these plots overnight


 No.121829

File: 130e583382c746e⋯.jpg (79.6 KB, 768x574, 384:287, 130809.6190ee8b-e6e1-48dc-….jpg)

Punished Ahearne

A gifted director forced to use cumlens


 No.121830

rtd used cumlens and chibb uses dumlens


 No.121831

a certain /who/re's cam show: the bumlens


 No.121832

>>121829

>cumlens

didn't they film the web planet with that


 No.121833

File: 8c29ffdfb660c5f⋯.png (309.35 KB, 499x481, 499:481, ClipboardImage.png)

new episode of the BBC's Doctor Who (2005), in a couple of days.


 No.121834

File: 0985a76d28bd378⋯.jpg (21.5 KB, 250x250, 1:1, 1539943930552.jpg)

fuck chibnall


 No.121835

File: e2ee6af85e94668⋯.jpg (199.47 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, S02E02 - The 12 Days of Ch….jpg)

Imagine if Gatiss had been made showrunner but had realised he was out of his depth so he got his mates Shearsmith and Pemberton in to help him with ideas and write some of the scripts.


 No.121836

File: 0411e3033ee737b⋯.jpg (64.16 KB, 540x725, 108:145, 1539916319575.jpg)

*loosely related song lyrics*


 No.121837

File: a4d6e9aef58adcb⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 32.93 KB, 406x594, 203:297, IMG_1027.JPG)

Guys, I got word of the actor playing the Stenza leader… but you're not gonna like it.


 No.121838

>>121835

Then we'd get League of Gentlemen, except played completely seriously.


 No.121839

https://twitter.com/bbcdoctorwho/status/1053254544182992896

believe it or not, mandip does a fortnite dance in this video


 No.121840

Remember that time Hoodie found his article on the wiki and kept commenting that it was pure lies? And he never realized everyone could see he used the same IP address each and every time?


 No.121841

Post your face when you realize Assault of the Benefactors is a better title than any Series 11 episode title.


 No.121842

>>121839

>tfw the bts stuff is so much more comfy and fun than any of the episodes will ever be

they should just give the cast a general idea of what the stories are about and get them to mess about and improvise with it and then we wouldn't have to put up with chibnall's dialogue


 No.121843

DOCTOR: Come on Nardole, can't you see?

NARDOLE: See what?

DOCTOR: Bill?

BILL: I'm with Nardole, I don't understand.

DOCTOR: Really, does being around me not make you more clever by osmosis? What's wrong with this planet? This planet doesn't make any sense. No other life forms except us and the microbes in the water. No people. No animals, no insects, no nothing. But he talked about the old settlements. Which means?

NARDOLE: Something happened, something bad.

BILL: Something that wiped every living thing off the surface of the planet…

DOCTOR: Exactly! So what is the question?

NARDOLE: What happened to everyone?

DOCTOR: No… What happened to every thing?

Is this good dialogue?


 No.121844


 No.121845

>>121844

Go back to drafting Series 12, Chris.


 No.121846

>>121845

>he doesn't get it


 No.121847

>>121843

Sounds like Moffat dialogue which is actually good, so yeah.


 No.121848

What if the finale is titled Assault of the Benefactors?


 No.121849

File: 277f5b2f0ffe2b8⋯.gif (567.47 KB, 209x210, 209:210, grahameyebrow.gif)


 No.121850

The second episodes of a showrunner say so much about their vision. For RTD, the question was 'what if the Earth was consumed by a ball of flame'? The End of the World effectively introduced the Time War, and changed the show forevermore. For Moffat, the question was 'What would a corrupt far-future starship version of Britain look like'? The Beast Below was a heady, political episode that set up a difficult moral dilemma and pondered on the nature of memories.

For Chibnall, the question is…'just who are Angstrom and Epzo'?


 No.121851

File: c20872e52c6e744⋯.gif (1.37 MB, 263x263, 1:1, ryantongue.gif)

smart boy. biology!


 No.121852

I'm the Doctor. I'm a Time Lord. I walk in eternity. I'm from the planet Gallifrey in the constellation of Kasterborous. I'm over two thousand years old, and I've spent more than half that time giving Rousing Speeches, and not all of them were good. I don't expect you to understand, how could you? History sometimes gives us a terrible shock, and that is because we don't quite fully understand. Why should we? After all, we're too small to realize its final pattern. Therefore don't try and judge it from where you stand. I was right to do as I did. Yes, that I firmly believe. Even after all this time, you cannot understand. I dare not change the course of history. Not one line. And now, they're all gone. All gone. None of them could understand. Not even my little Susan. Or Vicki. And as for Barbara and Chatterton — Chesterton — they were all too impatient to get back to their own time. I wish I could go back, back to my own planet. But I can't… I can't… They're all gone now. My family. My friends. Even that sky. Oh, you should have seen it, that old planet! The second sun would rise in the south, and the mountains would shine. The leaves on the trees were silver. When they caught the light, every morning it looked like a forest on fire. When the Autumn came, a brilliant glow though the branches. And it was beautiful. They used to call it the Shining World of the Seven Systems. And on the continent of Wild Endeavour, in the mountains of Solace and Solitude, there stood the Citadel of the Time Lords. The oldest and most mighty race in the universe. Looking down on the galaxies below, sworn never to interfere, only to watch. But that's the kind of life I could never have. A life of ordered calm, that's the curse of the Time Lords. I had to leave. Can you imagine what it would be like to be an exile? A wanderer, cut off from your own planet? If you could touch the alien sand and hear the cries of strange birds, and watch them wheel in another sky, would that satisfy you? Do you wanna come with me? Because if you do, then I should warn you — you're gonna see all sorts of things. Ghosts from the past. Aliens from the future. The day the Earth died in a ball of flame. It won't be quiet, it won't be safe, and it won't be calm. Don't be afraid to be scared, either. Let me tell you about scared. Your heart is beating so hard – I can feel it through your hands! There's so much blood and oxygen pumping through your brain, it's like rocket fuel. Right now, you could run faster and you could fight harder. You can jump higher than ever in your life. And you are so alert, it's like you can slow down time. What's wrong with scared? Scared is a super power! It's your super power! There is danger in this room, and guess what? It's you. Do you feel it? Courage isn't a matter of not being frightened, you know. It's being afraid and doing what you have to do anyway. Come on, then. Come with me. Hear me. Take my memories. But I hope you've got a big appetite, because I have lived a long life and I have seen a few things. I walked away from the last Great Time War. I marked the passing of the Time Lords. I saw the birth of the universe and I watched as time ran out, moment by moment, until nothing remained. No time. No space. Just me. I walked in universes where the laws of physics were devised by the mind of a mad man. I've watched universes freeze and creations burn. I've seen things you wouldn't believe. I have lost things you will never understand. And I know things. Secrets that must never be told. Knowledge that must never be spoken. I fought in a bigger war than you will ever know. I did worse things than you could ever imagine, and when I close my eyes… I hear more screams than anyone could ever be able to count! And do you know what you do with all that pain? Shall I tell you where you put it? You hold it tight… Til it burns your hand. And you say this – no one else will ever have to live like this. No one else will ever have to feel this pain. Not on my watch. Through crimson stars and silent stars and tumbling nebulas like oceans set on fire, through empires of glass and civilizations of pure thought, and a whole, terrible, wonderful universe of impossibilities. You see these eyes? They're old eyes. I am fire and ice and rage. I am the night, and the storm in the heart of the sun, ancient and forever. I burn at the center of time, and I can feel the turn of the universe. The ground beneath our feet is spinning at a thousand miles an hour. The entire planet is hurtling around the sun at sixty seven thousand miles an hour. And I can feel it. We're falling through space, you and me, clinging to the skin of this tiny little world. You think it'll last forever: people and cars and concrete. But it won't. One day it's all gone. Even the sky.


 No.121853


 No.121854

My planet's gone. It's dead. It burned, like the Earth. It's just rocks and dust. Before its time. Planets come and go. Stars perish. Matter disperses, coalesces, forms into other patterns, other worlds. Nothing can be eternal. Sad really, isn't it? People spend all that time making nice things, and other people come along and break them. But while there are fixed points throughout time where things must stay exactly the way they are, this is not one of them. This is an opportunity. Whatever happens here will create its own timeline, its own reality, a temporal tipping point. Every great decision creates ripples, like a huge boulder dropped in a lake. The ripples merge and rebound off the banks in unforeseeable ways. The heavier the decision, the larger the waves, the more uncertain the consequences. After all, the universe is big, it's vast and complicated, and ridiculous. And sometimes, very rarely, impossible things just happen and we call them miracles. And that's the theory. And you humans! Oh, might have spent a million years evolving into clouds of gas and another million as downloads, but you always revert to the same basic shape: the fundamental human. End of the universe and there you are. Indomitable, that's the word! Indomitable! What an inventive, invincible species. It's only a few million years since you crawled up out of the mud and learned to walk. Puny, defenceless bipeds. You've survived flood, famine and plague. You've survived cosmic wars and holocausts. And someday, there you'll be, out among the stars, waiting to begin a new life. Ready to outsit eternity. Indomitable. Impossible!


 No.121855

Consider their potential! From the day they arrive on the planet, blinking, step into the sun, there is more to see than can ever be seen, more to do than– no, hold on. Sorry, that's The Lion King. But the point still stands. And for centuries I've watched over you, tended to you, guarded you. You'll go to bed and dream of this moment, and when you wake up, you won't even remember me. Well, you'll remember me a little. I'll be a story in your head. But that's OK. We're all stories in the end. Just make it a good one, eh? Cause it was, you know. It was the best. A daft old man who stole a magic box and ran away. Did I ever tell you that I stole it? Well, I borrowed it. I was always going to take it back. Oh, that box. You'll dream about that box. It'll never leave you. Big and little at the same time. Brand new and ancient and the bluest blue ever. And the times we had, eh? Would've had… Never had. In your dreams, they'll still be there. The Doctor and the days that never came. And you'll forget. It's a human superpower, forgetting. If you remembered how things felt, you'd have stopped having wars. And stopped having babies. You'll find there's so much else to think about, to remember. Our lives are different to everybody else's; that's the exciting thing. Nobody in the universe can do what we're doing. But now, you're going. Been gone for ages. Already gone, still here, just arrived, haven't even met you yet. It all depends on who you are and how you look at it. Strange business, time. Think about me when you're living your life one day after another, all in a neat pattern. Think about the homeless traveller and his old police box, with his days like crazy paving. Believe me, your future lies here, with your loved ones, and not with a silly old buffer like me. One day, I shall come back. Yes, I shall come back. Until then, there must be no regrets, no tears, no anxieties. Just go forward in all your beliefs and prove to me that I am not mistaken in mine. And I'm not running away, but this is one corner of one country on one continent on one planet that's a corner of a galaxy that's a corner of a universe that is forever growing and shrinking and creating and destroying and never remaining the same for a single millisecond, and there is so much, so much, to see. Because it goes so fast. I'm not running away from things, I am running to them. Before they flare and fade forever. And it's alright. Our lives won't run the same. They can't. One day, soon, maybe, you'll stop. I've known for a while. Maybe I am running. Maybe I've always been running, all my lives through time and space. Every second of every minute of every day for over nine hundred years. I fought for peace in a universe at war. Demons run when a good man goes to war. Night will fall and drown the sun when a good man goes to war. Friendship dies and true love lies, night will fall and the dark will rise, when a good man goes to war. Good men don't need rules, today is not the day to find out why I have so many. I am not a good man. I'm not a bad man. I'm not a hero. I'm definitely not a president, and no, I'm not an officer. You know who I am? I… am… an idiot! With a box and a screwdriver. Passing through. Helping out. Learning. I don't need an army. I never have. Because I've got them, always them, because love is not an emotion. Love is a promise. As for me, I must be going. After all, time can be rewritten. It's the end… the FINAL END… but the moment has been prepared for. There are some corners of the universe which have bread the most terrible things, things which act against everything that we believe in. They must be fought. There are worlds out there where the sky is burning, and the sea's asleep, and the rivers dream; people made of smoke and cities made of song. Somewhere there's danger, somewhere there's injustice, and somewhere else the tea's getting cold.


 No.121856


 No.121857

>>121856

SMAHTBOY

MM

A A

H H

T T

B B

O O

Y Y


 No.121858

File: 2c0cc36e71a7c5d⋯.png (549.62 KB, 626x599, 626:599, 2c0cc36e71a7c5d1aa85828253….png)

>>121839

imagine if in TGM, after ryan shot all the sniperbots, he did a fortnite dance to celebrate rather than just jeering


 No.121859

>>121843

Better than what we got but could still be improved


 No.121860

It is the weekend.


 No.121861

>>121860

it's 10pm though


 No.121862

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

>>121858

SO MUCH THIS


 No.121863

>>121861

Friday workday over=weekend mental state.


 No.121864

>>121861

>eastern states


 No.121865

>>121864

in neo's timezone


 No.121866

File: 7822dcf13969873⋯.jpg (42.44 KB, 604x450, 302:225, 97d2ZSu.jpg)


 No.121867

>>121866

>tis an awesome thing to see!

gets me every fucking time


 No.121868

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


 No.121869

File: 4d36ea69406faac⋯.jpg (375.94 KB, 1908x1146, 318:191, hqdefault.jpg)

Kinda and skelly, provide a caption to this please.


 No.121870

Neo is shit


 No.121871

I will always remember when the Doctor was a male.


 No.121872

>>121869

>college campuses are like nazi germany for us!


 No.121873

>>121870

t. assblasted…how's it go again?


 No.121874

>>121873

I just wanted you to REEEEEEEE a bit. Bored, kiddo?


 No.121875

>>121873

Mongo's playing with his peepee!


 No.121876

>>121874

I reeed out at John Dorney for a few hours on Twitter yesterday.


 No.121877

>>121876

>talking to yourself


 No.121878

>>121877

This is the first time in my life I've been accused of being John Dorney.


 No.121879

Raxim


 No.121880

>>121869

>mfw i see a female gamer in the wild

tis an awesome thing to see!


 No.121881


 No.121882

>>121881

Nice VPN Jason.


 No.121883

>>121882

Nice use of your VPN, cats.


 No.121884

SALLY: I love old things. They make me feel sad

KATHY: What's good about sad?

SALLY: It's happy for people who aren't NPCs


 No.121885

Remember when NPC meant people without inner dialogue and not just "everyone who thinks different to me"?


 No.121886

Was your mum deep on puddings?


 No.121887

File: 9f88fe7c92a43cf⋯.jpg (54.23 KB, 800x668, 200:167, 1539732839900.jpg)


 No.121888

>>121885

I remember that period of about 5 minutes, yes.


 No.121889

>>121883

t. capaldo


 No.121890

>>121889

Bored, kiddo?


 No.121891

kath and kim but its cats and gig


 No.121892

File: c11d20cb0eefc09⋯.webm (2.33 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, quill.webm)


 No.121893

Every room resets.


 No.121894

>>121893

Must be Christmas!


 No.121895

>>121893

No they don't, cats.


 No.121896

RYAN: They're gone.

GRAHAM: We're stuck here, are we?

DOCTOR: I'm sorry. I've failed you. I promised you and I let you down.

RYAN: We can wait, can't we?

YASMIN: Yeah. We've got each other.

DOCTOR: No, we'll be dead within one rotation.

GRAHAM: Who says so? We've come this far, ain't we? Who says we're giving up? Any of us? Really? Even you, Doc? No. Come on, we ain't having that, are we?

YASMIN: Nope.

RYAN: No.

(The distant wheeze of a time engine.)


 No.121897

File: 62b0320710a7ecf⋯.jpg (19.14 KB, 262x246, 131:123, tfw.JPG)


 No.121898

>>121892

>The Doctor appeared in this show


 No.121899

File: 0aa80c1bf5b7948⋯.png (168.37 KB, 368x396, 92:99, 1411168385051.png)

>>121896

>GRAHAM: Who says so? We've come this far, ain't we? Who says we're giving up? Any of us? Really? Even you, Doc? No. Come on, we ain't having that, are we?

>YASMIN: Nope.

>RYAN: No.

This must be the worst set of companions we've had in decades.


 No.121900

>>121896

>13's "second episode big emotional moment" was 2 lines and immediately fixed by a lucky coincidence


 No.121901

i like how we knew exactly how the episode would end by the time they left the first tent


 No.121902

DOCTOR: I thought maybe you didn't believe me that I'd get you home.

YASMIN: I thought you didn't believe yourself for a second back there.

DOCTOR: Who, me? No. Never doubted. Don't know what you mean. Home, then?

>instead of showing any growth from being revealed as emotionally vulnerable, the doctor jokingly denies it ever happened


 No.121903

File: 2273d981935f06a⋯.jpg (63.6 KB, 640x391, 640:391, 2273d981935f06ad94456dbdbc….jpg)


 No.121904

>>121903

There's only been 2 episodes, it's too early to determine if the ratings are stabilized or declining in interest


 No.121905

>>121903

High ratings are not a good thing.


 No.121906

Forgot my flag!


 No.121907

>>121905

excuse me what the fuck


 No.121908

>>121905

And you still say you're not a contrarian?


 No.121909

>>121908

But I've never said that.

>>121907

Do you think Avatar is the best movie ever created?


 No.121910

>This is, apparently, a story where a black woman's dragged off a bus by a white police officer who tells her the law's the law, and the brown policewoman sees this as an empowering moment because without stuff like that happening, she wouldn't have got to be in the police. It's … a somewhat mixed message.

t. Based Lance Parkin


 No.121911

>>121903

/who/ predicted that S11 would be shit but still super popular.


 No.121912

>>121909

You got angry at me just the other day for calling you a contrarian.


 No.121913

>>121910

Oh my god. Where'd he post this?


 No.121914

>>121912

Oh my god. Where'd I post this?


 No.121915

Graham sides with bus driver.

Yasmin sides with police

Ryan sides with Rosa

Doctor is busy fighting the cosmic racist


 No.121916

>>121915

noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo


 No.121917

i guess it's fitting that yaz has no character or personality, being a mindless police officer drone


 No.121918

>>121910

It's almost as if they didn't think this through, isn't it?


 No.121919

>>121918

>It's almost as if they didn't think

Could've stopped there.


 No.121920

>>121917

You are Cats.


 No.121921

just kick her off the bus really


 No.121922

The Twin Dilemma: It's depressing being the worst Doctor Who story

Rosa: Hold my beer you halfwit


 No.121923

Has any EU material ever sought to explain why shit is always going down when and wherever the Doctor happens to visit? Other than "death follows the Doctor", I mean? I'm wondering if anyone ever attempted some kind of autistic in-universe explanation for why aliens are always invading when he goes to buy fish and chips or something.


 No.121924

>>121920

PS: Cats.


 No.121925

>>121917

NPC

normal police constable


 No.121926

>>121923

It's A Strange Universe


 No.121927


 No.121928

>>121923

i think the idea is we only see the times where shit goes wrong and there just as many times where he just has a lush time


 No.121929

>>121923

The Doctor's Wife. The TARDIS says she takes the Doctor where he's needed


 No.121930

Shit stories with GOAT moments?


 No.121931

>>121928

That's the impression I got during series 1 and 2


 No.121932

>>121930

School Reunion; the credits rolling, signifying that it was finally over.


 No.121933

>>121928

I was thinking that. I liked in the TV movie that they showed the Doctor just chilling out and reading a book in the TARDIS.


 No.121934

>>121930

Martha is jettisoned from the spaceship in 42


 No.121935

>>121932

School Reunion is a good episode.


 No.121936

>>121935

It is Whithouse's worst episode.


 No.121937

>>121934

in 42 what?


 No.121938

>>121934

Hm. Are her crooked teeth jettisoned as well?


 No.121939

>>121937

42 the chrisT. chibnall episode


 No.121940

>>121939

the what?


 No.121941

>>121936

A Town Called Mercy and Lie of the Land are much weaker imo


 No.121942

>>121795

>>121797

>>121799

>>121800

>>121801

>>121803

You can tell how these Peterson haters really feel by how they scoff at the idea of a man not having a dad who loves them and wanting someone to look up to. As if not seeking guidance from an ersatz father figure violates them somehow. Fucking bullies the lot of them.

>>121935

I have to agree. Even without Elizabeth Sladen it's still a competent episode.


 No.121943

>>121930

Widow Wardrobe. The last 5 minutes.


 No.121944


 No.121945

>>121940

series 3 episode 7


 No.121946

>>121942

Yikes.


 No.121947

>>121942

I do the same but with the Hartnell Doctor instead of a lobster boy


 No.121948


 No.121949

>>121942

Who did this?! 😂😂😂


 No.121950

>>121944

>>121946

>>121948

>>121949

not an argument

>>121947

Personally think Pertwee is the comfiest dad Doctor but a respectable choice all the same


 No.121951

File: 4d36ea69406faac⋯.jpg (375.94 KB, 1908x1146, 318:191, hqdefault.jpg)

>>121950

I found the perfect caption at last!


 No.121952

>>121942

Jordan Peterson's self help message has the potential to improve the lives of people in a bad mental health state, but you cannot ignore the people who have gone too far and created an unhealthy personality cult around him. The person who made the reddit post goes way beyond just seeing him as a father figure, and it's completely valid to comment on how he's lost himself in a fandom at the expense of his most important relationships, while deluding himself into thinking he's just improving himself and it's everyone else who's wrong.


 No.121953

Peterson is a big old meme

glean ur broom buggo :DDDD


 No.121954

>>121952

also not to mention the dude in that post actively pestered her with him, it's not even like he just kept it to himself and she got mad, she bought her fucking tickets too see him despite knowing full well she doesnt want any of it.


 No.121955

>>121954

>she bought her fucking tickets

*he bought her


 No.121956

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


 No.121957

You can never finish with anyone while they can still make you angry.


 No.121958

fEmAlEs aRe aLiGnEd wItH tHe dRaGoN oF cHaOs


 No.121959

You cannot make fun of Jordan Peterson for speaking in poetry while praising moffat for doing the same

Prove me wrong


 No.121960

File: b80f618bac77f48⋯.jpg (30.7 KB, 454x550, 227:275, pp,550x550.u1.jpg)

>Jordan Peterson


 No.121961

>Doctor Who will never be good ever again


 No.121962

🤡 BOTTOM TEXT 🤡


 No.121963

W.L.I.A.S.B.T.


 No.121964

>>121950

It might be because I watched Doctor Who as a child and Hartnell had companions that were meant to be children like Vicki but I always liked him the most


 No.121965

File: 89a3e178f7f051a⋯.png (121.25 KB, 353x143, 353:143, ClipboardImage.png)

We live in a society.


 No.121966

File: 0528ab40ed38296⋯.jpg (135.07 KB, 970x545, 194:109, 1539732174863.jpg)

Would you prefer the Series 11 we're getting, or a series full of experimental episodes that miss the mark?


 No.121967

>>121965

Better than Remembrance


 No.121968

File: 48e15610a8157d6⋯.jpg (94.84 KB, 1000x562, 500:281, 53581bc05365d17e846a06a862….jpg)

Gamers rise up


 No.121969

>>121966

But Series 11 is full of episodes that are not experimental and they're still missing the mark at being classic Doctor Who.


 No.121970

>>121966

Pic presumably unrelated.


 No.121971

>>121969

The question is, which would you prefer?


 No.121972

>>121966

The latter. It would be genuine kino, all the more lovable for its noble ambitions and flaws


 No.121973

>>121971

Experimental Doctor Who with Peter Capaldi, any day.


 No.121974

>>121966

>>121972

See also: why Series 6 is better than Series 7.


 No.121975

>>121966

Sleep No More is one of the most underrated episodes of our time. A true thinking man's story.


 No.121976

>>121923

There's a small sphere of lore in the books about how Time Lords have a specially unique relationship with "history", to the point that they're literally manifestations of the physical laws of the universe, and their very presence tends to warp the universe around them.


 No.121977

>>121952

Of course, but the criticisms seem a bit hypocritical coming from clowns like Bob Chipman (who wrote a whole book about his life-long Super Mario obsession). Theology, philosophy, epistemology etc. mean nothing to these people, they just heard J.P said women aren't angelic beings made of pure light and they go into a spastic fit. They absolutely love to bully social retards like this guy who clearly has something wrong with him.


 No.121978

File: 6c8bb0e54b5c1d4⋯.jpg (1.42 MB, 4284x2856, 3:2, 2-3.jpg)


 No.121979

File: f639198f7cb8c3f⋯.jpg (384.51 KB, 848x720, 53:45, d13-12d-c211.jpg)

>>121974

you wot


 No.121980

>>121978

GOAT design


 No.121981

File: 256076e1d47e952⋯.png (954.48 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, tumblr_oya7e9qy0m1ql9lj0o8….png)

We bus drive in a society


 No.121982

>>121977

That's also true.


 No.121983

Why did Chibnall go out of his way to have 13 say "I'm calling you Yaz now, cause we're friends" when he could simply drop the line and let the audience understand by themselves she considers her as a friend?


 No.121984

>>121983

because then the part of the audience who are only half paying attention will miss out

subtext is exclusionary, and Doctor Who is about inclusion


 No.121985

>>121983

The general British public aren't clever enough to understand that.


 No.121986

>>121975

As a thinking man, I can tell you I was thinking a lot about sleeping during the episode.


 No.121987

File: 0c4e5fb5277675a⋯.jpg (65.93 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, DoctorWho909_1842.jpg)

>>121986

So was Peter Capaldi


 No.121988

But Sleep No More is still a better episode than anything in Series 11 so far.


 No.121989

>>121987

This is what I mean when I say Capaldi was a good actor but not a good actor for the Doctor. He didn't have the inclination or force of personality to brute force an energy and watchability into scripts he disliked, the way Tom and Smith could do so easily.


 No.121990

>>121989

Capaldi literally stormed off the set though, neither Tom or Smith did that when they disliked a script.


 No.121991

File: 100820668565e45⋯.png (231.26 KB, 640x534, 320:267, not peter capaldi.png)


 No.121992

>>121990

Tom probably did do that


 No.121993

>>121990

That is my point. Capaldi was a selfish child who threw tantrums when his moronic whims, like wanting the Mondasian Cybermen or the Chumblies back, weren't catered to. He didn't have a genuine love of the show and its fans the way McCoy or Tennant did. He thought himself above it.


 No.121994

File: 88240e271fa3f29⋯.gif (999.78 KB, 500x322, 250:161, tennant sauce.gif)

>>121990

>Capaldi literally stormed off the set though

source?


 No.121995

>>121993

you're better off doing this on /tv/ where someone might actually fall for it


 No.121996

>>121993

>That is my point. Capaldi was a selfish child who threw tantrums when his moronic whims, like wanting the Mondasian Cybermen or the Chumblies back, weren't catered to. He didn't have a genuine love of the show and its fans the way McCoy or Tennant did. He thought himself above it.

Stop this meme please.


 No.121997

Sylvester McCoy IS the doctor!


 No.121998

Neo's drunk or bored, or both


 No.121999

Jodie Whittaker IS NOT the Doctor!


 No.122000

>>121993

Bored, mongo?


 No.122001

>>121993

Nice use of your VPN, cats.


 No.122002

>>121994

It was a rumour that came out while they were filming, it accurately predicted that the episode was being shot in POV. The outline of it is that production crashed and Capaldi walked off set, Gatiss had to go back to the drawing board.


 No.122003

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

fuck hartnell

fuck troughton

fuck pertwee

fuck baker

fuck davison

fuck baker

fuck mccoy

fuck mccgann

fuck eccleston

fuck tennant

fuck smith

fuck capaldi

fuck whitaker


 No.122004

>first female doctor is literally a Mary Sue

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA


 No.122005

>>122004

I wonder if anyone has actually said this yet


 No.122006

>>122004

unlike the last dozen doctors?


 No.122007

>>122006

OH NONONONONONONONONOPAHBAHAHAVVGSAIJYHVGSYAGVYHSAGBVYISAGVYUISGAYHUIOVSAGBHOIVHGAH8AAHAJUHAHAHAHABAHHAAAHJAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHU89


 No.122008

>>122006

They're gary stus, that's completely different


 No.122009

>>122006

No, 12 suffered from cecity in Oxygen.


 No.122010

>>122008

I get that


 No.122011

>>122004

how so


 No.122012

Would anyone be interested in streaming Under the Lake | Before the Flood in ~15ish minutes?


 No.122013

What if Jodie Whittaker and Chris Chibnall were exactly what Doctor Who needed?


 No.122014

>>122011

im just shitposting, 2 episodes isnt enough to gauge her flaws.


 No.122015

>>122012

Nah I'm gonna watch a good episode instead


 No.122016

>>122012

Not with the bait you just pulled, no.


 No.122017

>>122012

maybe whoadie


 No.122018

>>122004

The optics on it are honestly depressing. The Doctor has been such a layered and complex character for decades and Chibnall chooses THIS MOMENT to dumb her down into one-dimensionality?


 No.122019

Would Jenna Coleman have made a good Doctor?


 No.122020

>>122019

She did.


 No.122021

>>122019

yes, i believe this wholeheartedly


 No.122022


 No.122023


 No.122024

>>122019

She was an exceptional Doctor. Goodness had nothing to do with it.


 No.122025

kinda get in the stream we're watching a video of you


 No.122026


 No.122027

>>122018

>The optics on it are honestly depressing. The Doctor has been such a layered and complex character for decades and Chibnall chooses THIS MOMENT to dumb her down into one-dimensionality?

Eleven's wackiness and playful nature comes off as The Doctor's internal environment being disordered, his mind is in a hundred places at once so he ends up making irreverent comments. Thirteen does the same thing but with completely mundane boring observations, which makes her seem ditzy and scatter brained rather than unpredictable and chaotic.


 No.122028


 No.122029

File: a8f541fb5f4b924⋯.png (302.62 KB, 588x542, 294:271, ClipboardImage.png)

>Irish film

>Made in Ireland

>About Irish people

>Set during the Famine

>In Ireland

>The villains are the British army

>LA times describes it as "a british film"


 No.122030

>>122029

eughrrrrrrrrrrrr


 No.122031

>>122029

fucking seppos


 No.122032

>>122028

>when you have the backing of the media, the majority of news publications, all of hollywood, 90% of civil society , many charities and NGO's, the legal system, social media and the deep state but you are still "raging against the machine"

lol


 No.122033


 No.122034

>>122032

I think a majority of news publications, Hollywood, and senior US government officials would actually be a little bit hesitant to support sentiments like "Some of those that work forces, are the same that burn crosses", but then this isn't the alternative world where up is down, the establishment preaches its own destruction, corporations are communist, and presumably the President is a folk hero.


 No.122035

>>122034

These people genuinely believe large companies support communism and fund people to support communism online.


 No.122036

File: 36a0c25d3d4c958⋯.jpg (193.69 KB, 1920x802, 960:401, Sorry.to.Bother.You.2018.1….jpg)

The Doctor and her companion


 No.122037

Jamie is the cutest boy?


 No.122038

Rage = communism, accelerationism, "intellectual dark web", NRx

Machine = neoliberal faux-woke identity politics, supported by Hollywood, the major news media, and most corporations


 No.122039

>The title is a play on After the Flood, the title of the first chapter of Stephen King's masterpiece It.


 No.122040

>>122033

I really can't imagine Heaven Sent being the product of a first draft.

>>122034

>I think a majority of news publications, Hollywood, and senior US government officials would actually be a little bit hesitant to support sentiments like "Some of those that work forces, are the same that burn crosses"

The media is so thirsty for stories about racist cops that most of the time they just completely fabricate them, like with Mike Brown. Lots of clever framing and outright lies to make a violent thug look like the victim. They don't have to come out as say "fuck the pigs" when they can gently push a narrative and still retain plausible deniability.

>>122035

No, they support woke nonsense instead of actually improving the poor situation of working people. (not that communism ever actually achieved that end). Why offer better wages or reduce the working week (expensive) when you can just hire more women and minorities and do some quirky advert celebrating Pride to get people on side (cheap).


 No.122041

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doctorwho/entries/0b242939-4cc6-471d-8924-a9ed43d4457a

>what are your inspirations for the music this series

>"Adele & Imagine Dragons"

holy fuck Marigold save us


 No.122042

File: 6ee847301ccec63⋯.png (102.6 KB, 1272x1316, 318:329, 6ee847301ccec63d34ff4152d0….png)


 No.122043

Modern Rage Against the Machine would be oppessed gamers fighting the mainstream sjws


 No.122044

>>122041

>I really wanted it to be a diverse musical palette that took inspiration from various areas so musically, there are a lot of influences for this series. Everything from Adele and Imagine Dragons to Iannis Xenakis and Georg Friedrich Haas to the Radiophonic Workshop.


 No.122045

>What do you wish the Doctor's theme to convey and will we hear variations of it?

>My initial conversations with Chris Chibnall about the Doctor’s theme involved us talking about how she’s heroic, hopeful and warm so I hope that’s what everyone feels when they hear her theme.


 No.122046

>What score composers have influenced you?

>So many: John Powell, Daniel Pemberton, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Hans Zimmer, Steve Jablonsky, Michael Giacchino, Steve Price, Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross, John Adams, Karl Jenkins, Mozart, Haydn, Stravinsky, Fumiko Miyachi, John Adams, Steve Reich, Mica Levi, Michael J. McEvoy, James Newton Howard, George Gershwin, Quincy Jones, Georg Friedrich Haas, Iannis Xenakis, Ryan Amon, Alan Silvestri, Holst, Ludwig Göransson, Brian Tyler and many, many more!


 No.122047

>>122040

You misread the tweet. And some other things.


 No.122048

"This episode has epic landscapes, big emotions… and monsters," says Chris, smiling. "I don't know what else you could want from television!"


 No.122049

>>122048

Is this real


 No.122050

>>122046

>no murray gold


 No.122051

>>122048

To be fair to him he delivered on the epic landscapes. Desolation looked the part and was probably one of the best planetary landscapes Doctor Who has had.


 No.122052

>>122049

Yes. From DWM preview for episode 6.


 No.122053

>>122051

But he didn't have any input on how the location looked beyond going "yeah, we'll film there." The visuals were great in terms of Desolation because they could actually afford to shoot on-location, without having to use somewhere in Britain as a vague and poor approximation. Kudos goes more to the team that did the recce for the location, less so to Chibnall.


 No.122054

>>122052

WHAT THE FUCK NO! Episode 6 is the Indian one I'm trying to stay hyped for! I don't need Chibnall ruining it with his vapid fucking oh god you know what, forget it, fucking forget it, there's no way the episode is going to be any good. I don't know what I was thinking.


 No.122055

>>122052

Thank you.


 No.122056

the fisher king was pretty darn cool.


 No.122057

>>122056

yeah I really got the impression that he had done impressive things, mostly just from a few choice words. And the fact that he seems to come back to life (maybe he had been faking his death) makes him seem impressive.


 No.122058

>>122048

>>122052

>…and monsters"

they're just Indian people Chris jesus christ


 No.122059

File: b38bf4e10fdfecc⋯.jpg (27.39 KB, 223x272, 223:272, Beep_the_Meep.jpg)


 No.122060

File: 20a7c22b7113e61⋯.png (65.63 KB, 277x262, 277:262, 1367088578553.png)

>>122058

top fucking kek


 No.122061

reddit discord user transcribed this I think from DWM:

>Demons of the Punjab

>Chibnall: This story is told through the perspectives of characters at ground level. It’s about Yaz and her grandmother’s secrets. Yaz now knows someone with a time machine so she decides to find out what happened to her nanni when she was young. But this is Doctor Who so when our gang goes back in history things inevitably get complicated.

>Chibnall: Like Rosa Parks, Partition was one of the stories I knew I wanted to tell when I came into the job.

Also Chibnall:

>>122048

>"big emotions"

Anyone else a bit worried that Chibnall is only interested in collecting historical scenarios like fucking Pokemon to use as little other than a backdrop for generic gooey shit, and "big emotions", rather than a genuine interest in what these events tell us about the world?


 No.122062


 No.122063

I want to see Chib tackle the Irish Famine with his signature brand of subtlety


 No.122064

>>122063

He'll depict the potato famine as no one's fault

>YASMIN: So Doctor, why did they only eat potatoes in the first place?

>DOCTOR: uhmmm, lets move on


 No.122065

I want to see Chib tackle hair-loss with his signature brand of propecia.


 No.122066

I want to see Chib tackle ballbags with his signature brand of alopecia


 No.122067

I want to tackle Chib


 No.122068

>>122066

Photoshop request of 2 bald chibs, arranged upside down, like, or in lieu of bollocks.

>>122067

consensually?


 No.122069


 No.122070

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.122071

File: 8b41b9215e53170⋯.jpg (68.82 KB, 640x826, 320:413, Dp4xVWEW4AAMv3g.jpg)


 No.122072

File: 950b10e337cc2f4⋯.png (119.24 KB, 1275x1650, 17:22, tardis interacting.png)

Every control room is a secondary control room. Seeing the prime console room would make you go mad.


 No.122073

Holy shot look at the BBC America mandated landing page for the TARDIS wiki now lmao

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


 No.122074

>Listen to the Doctor!

>Big Finish's main range of Doctor Who audio stories features the adventures of mainly the Fifth, Sixth and Seventh Doctors, complete with large casts, sound effects and scores. Though some original-to-audio companions are occasionally used, the line typically features the original lead actors seen on television.


 No.122075

>>122073

I didn't really look properly at it until now but I just realised 75% of it is just promo copy for s11.

Wild.


 No.122076

>>122073

> the BBC America mandated

Please say you're memeing.


 No.122077

>>122074

Those boxes change when you refresh.


 No.122078

>>122072

I love that eldritch stuff. it's honestly pretty cool


 No.122079

File: 4d442013e1bfdfe⋯.jpg (106.84 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

Scotty doesn't know that Fiona and me

Do it in my van every Sunday

She tells him she's in church but

She doesn't go

Still she's on her knees and

Scotty doesn't know

Oh Scotty doesn't know oh

So don't tell Scotty

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

(So don't tell Scotty!)

Fiona says she's out shoppin'

But she's under me

And I'm not stoppin' 'cause

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

So don't tell Scotty

Scotty doesn't know ph

(Don't tell Scotty!)

I can't believe he's so trustin'

While I'm right behind you thrustin'

Fiona's got him on the phone

And she's tryin' not to moan

It's a three way call

And he knows nothin', nothin'

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Don't tell Scotty 'cause

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know oh

So don't tell Scotty

We'll put on a show

Everyone'll go

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know oh

The parking lot, why not

It's so cool when you're on top

His front lawn, in the snow

Life is so hard 'cause

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

I did her on his birthday

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Don't tell scotty

Scotty doesn't know oh

Scotty will know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty's gotta know

I'm gonna tell Scotty

Gonna tell him myself

Scotty has to know

Scotty has to know

Scotty has to

Scotty has to

Scotty has to go

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know (Don't Tell Scotty!)

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know (Don't Tell Scotty, Scotty doesn't know)

Scotty doesn't

Scotty doesn't

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty doesn't know

Scotty's gotta go


 No.122080

>>122076

https://tardis.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:238420

>Hope you're all excited for the beginning of the new series! Just wanted to let everyone know that we're working with the good folks over at BBC America to restyle the site for the dawn of the Thirteenth Doctor!


 No.122081

>It's easy to get into Doctor Who this year! Not only is there a new cast, there's a ton of new blood behind the scenes, too! We Doctor Who fans are unusually attached to the people who make their favourite programme, so you might as well get to know this new crew along with us!


 No.122082

How to Doctor Who

Intimidated by the long history of Doctor Who? Don't be. Just jump right in at this year's first story and enjoy it as a brand new show. These four concepts are probably all you'll actually need.

The Doctor's TARDIS

The TARDIS

Sonic screwdriver

Sonic screwdriver

Companion

Friends

Regeneration

Regeneration

But if you get curious about the rest, take a look here at some specially-designed landing pages that'll help you get accustomed to the worlds of Doctor Who. Slowly. One bite at a time.


 No.122083

>>122082

>Just jump right in at this year's first story and enjoy it as a brand new show

Imagine doing this and having S11 be your introduction to the show.

On the plus side, imagine doing that and then discovering literally any previous series of the show


 No.122084

Rec me a comfy classic Who with an autumnal feel pls /who/


 No.122085

>Ryan is the third companion of the Doctor to have the surname Sinclair and the first not to travel with the Eighth Doctor. Both Izzy Sinclair and Helen Sinclair travelled with the Eighth Doctor.


 No.122086

>>122078

>>122072

We all know that the doctor flipping about buttons,pushing knobs and whibbiling levers is just a physical meditation to access the tendrils of time, right?

>>122079

I miss the old matt damon

>>122080

Disgusting.


 No.122087

>>122079

BF dirk gently when?


 No.122088

sloaths here


 No.122089

File: e81572acae18d75⋯.png (8.92 KB, 334x104, 167:52, ClipboardImage.png)

link leads to a vote but this has to be a joke


 No.122090

File: 44314b13adcc5fd⋯.jpg (24.05 KB, 550x550, 1:1, hybrid.jpg)


 No.122091

>>122090

monka fucking S


 No.122092

>>122081

And I thought I used exclamation points too enthusiastically.

Well, time for me to go sneak as much EU content as I can onto the Transmat pages.


 No.122093

11 series - arguably too much? Should it have ended already?


 No.122094

>>122093

Should've ended after 4.


 No.122095

Did you all pick up your Big Finish Zygon Hunt Vinyls today?

I got 946 and 647.

One to keep sealed, one to scalp on ebay :^)


 No.122096

>>122095

>One to keep sealed


 No.122097

>>122095

Yep. One to keep sealed and five to burn.


 No.122098

>>122096

I already have the CD and download so why would I bother opening it?


 No.122099

>>122089

What a disgusting shill.


 No.122100

The muslim comittee of manchester has renamed the city person-chester. What are your thoughts on this?


 No.122101

>>122100

To point and laugh at them


 No.122102

11x07 A Man in Labour (by J. K. Rowling & Chris Chibnall)


 No.122103


 No.122104

The Tsuranga Conundrum

Or The Tsurooooonga Conumdrum

However the fuck you say the stupid name!


 No.122105

>>122101

do you have a laughing permit?


 No.122106

ford prefect? more like reddit discord prefect


 No.122107

File: c4f5dd217b25264⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 206.16 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, wannatry.jpg)


 No.122108


 No.122109

Got an itch that only The Aztecs will scratch


 No.122110

doctor who is dead, just like this general


 No.122111


 No.122112

>>122111

chibnall killed us all


 No.122113

>>122112

Chibnall has brought the show to soaring ratings, he must be doing many, many things right.


 No.122114

>Paul Cornell physically attacks Lawrence Miles for daring to criticize the work of fellow authors

>meanwhile on RADW Jon Blum describes specific EDAs as "tedious nostalgia-fests" and advises that a potential buyer should "put the first three down and run away from them as fast as possible."


 No.122115

>>122114

EDA author drama is genuinely so entertaining. Who knew such an obscure series could have so much going on behind it?


 No.122116

>>122106

you have summoned me


 No.122117

>>122116

>pretending you weren't already here


 No.122118

>>122117

I was but I was watching netflix and i didnt notice til there now


 No.122119

File: 807ff37e7ee1d84⋯.png (410.68 KB, 640x482, 320:241, ClipboardImage.png)

dwe?


 No.122120

>>122115

https://groups.google.com/d/msg/rec.arts.drwho/ia_7cVunAf4/Ty5U7Ba70R4J never fails to makes me smile.

>JANE: I'd just like everyone to know that *he* wrote that line about 'the catharsis of spurious morality'. I opined that it was extravagantly sesquipedalian, and I vouchsafed that asseveration at the time.

>PIP: Female canine quadruped! I execrate the diurnal period I ever laid ocular organs on you.

>JANE: You scion of unbetrothed progenitors – though craniophallus might be a more apposite epithet…

>Welcome to Celebrity Author Deathmatch! In the plaid corner, Justin Richards.

>In the blue corner (oops, now it's suddenly transformed into a tangerine

>coloured corner) is Lawrence Miles.

>Lawrence comes out fighting with a double punch. Yes, he's slapped both

>Interference books around Justin's chops. He's started to torture him using

>meticulously researched South American anti-human rights torture methods. It

>looks like a one-sided fight but what's this…??

>Justin gets up and walks away. I don't believe it, he's just ignoring Larry.

>Justin's pretending that Larry doesn't even exist!

>Lawrence has disappeared in a puff of logic and it's all over.


 No.122121

File: 916abae02b587bf⋯.jpg (126.29 KB, 818x499, 818:499, 25522a_5020566[1].jpg)


 No.122122

File: e73935bf6d2db59⋯.jpg (31.54 KB, 420x315, 4:3, kanye-trump-hand-shake-get….jpg)

Imagine if it was Lil B instead of Kanye


 No.122123

>>121956

Based Joker


 No.122124

>>121956

Good political commentary, or using protest as an *aesthetic*?


 No.122125

>>121956

We talking the one percent or "the one percent"


 No.122126

Nilso? my boy, hmmmm


 No.122127

>>122107

Cute af!


 No.122128

File: 488b1292a30ea7f⋯.jpg (3.69 MB, 5069x6327, 137:171, 1538945753925.jpg)

i miss her lads


 No.122129

>>122128

The Cry > Series 11


 No.122130

>>121656

That's a nice cat


 No.122131

>>122129

Terminal brain cancer > Series 11


 No.122132

>>121656

nice pusy


 No.122133

>>122128

nice pusy


 No.122134

>>122127

You promised you'd stop this. You betrayed our trust.


 No.122135

>>121546

>11 holding River's book

wtf?


 No.122136


 No.122137

File: 5125cdde1609f7c⋯.png (179.17 KB, 600x600, 1:1, image.png)


 No.122138

File: 2e7142ebaad1773⋯.jpg (509.42 KB, 2048x1536, 4:3, Dp0mIB4XcAA7qaW.jpg)

spider from Arachnids in the UK


 No.122139

File: 2eb5aabe5780d3a⋯.png (11.21 KB, 712x365, 712:365, spiders.png)

okay, this is epic


 No.122140

>>122119

Based.


 No.122141

File: 5501e44d7fe4247⋯.jpeg (Spoiler Image, 241 KB, 2000x1154, 1000:577, image.jpeg)

>>122139

Any arachnophobes on /who/?


 No.122142

>>122141

No, just homophobes


 No.122143

>>122141

I wouldn't say I have a phobia but I don't particularly like the little buggers,


 No.122144

When's Series 12 filming supposed to start?


 No.122145

>>122144

In a couple of weeks.


 No.122146

>>122144

16 years from now


 No.122147

>>122144

It isn't. Doctor Who's cancelled.


 No.122148

File: ba261ea205e3a48⋯.jpg (151.08 KB, 880x772, 220:193, jumping-spider-waterdrop-h….jpg)

File: 506d9f421ef6691⋯.jpg (117.48 KB, 880x634, 440:317, jumping-spider-waterdrop-h….jpg)

File: 375913eef386ff8⋯.jpg (129.5 KB, 880x586, 440:293, jumping-spider-waterdrop-h….jpg)


 No.122149

File: 64b028f6b56961d⋯.jpeg (Spoiler Image, 135.48 KB, 640x345, 128:69, image.jpeg)


 No.122150

>>122148

I love jumping spiders.


 No.122151

>>122149

This is the closest thing I could find to an image of a gay spider btw


 No.122152

>>122151

Aside from obscure fucked up porn, that is.


 No.122153

unironically dont watch if you are an arachnophobe ok


 No.122154

>>122080

Just when I though TARDIS Data Bore couldn't sink any lower.


 No.122155

Mixing Doctor Who with Broadchurch was a mistake


 No.122156

>>122153

DO watch if you're an arachnophobe. Just make sure you have a will prepared first.


 No.122157

>>122081

>If you're going to watch the 2018 series of Doctor Who, you need to be prepared to make some new friends. Because this year, the adventure of travel in time and space is all about the value of friendship.

TARDIS Data Core flag when?


 No.122158

File: c5afa5f1bf670f0⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 94.7 KB, 700x700, 1:1, 1539542395472.jpg)

Leaked pic from ep 4. Don't click if arachnophobe or homophobe.


 No.122159

File: b6e3311f3a77aca⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 542.23 KB, 450x379, 450:379, image.gif)

>>122158

That's actually MORE innocent than I was expecting. Was expecting something more like this. (Do not click if arachnophobe, homophobe, or sentient being)


 No.122160

File: cf55b1c77eb5bd3⋯.webm (Spoiler Image, 762.98 KB, 426x426, 1:1, 1500672208886.webm)


 No.122161

File: 2529d4b1c644d02⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 196.79 KB, 900x817, 900:817, lemon_trees_and_bumblebees….jpg)


 No.122162

Wait. So, "I don't think so, petal!" was from Broadchurch this whole time?


 No.122163

File: 8d25764544f56ce⋯.jpg (89.79 KB, 600x800, 3:4, 1518814203083.jpg)

Jodie learning cardboard acting with Rory


 No.122164

File: a76adb59d984b32⋯.gif (667.28 KB, 268x350, 134:175, 1519674521785.gif)

>>122163

>Jodie will never hold your hand


 No.122165

>>122164

I will pay her to do so on a convention


 No.122166

File: cc355346c212808⋯.jpg (78.92 KB, 1049x700, 1049:700, Dof1ePpXkAAegRM.jpg)

giv jodie gf


 No.122167

File: 1ae925aec7f66d1⋯.jpg (793.93 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, wonatri.jpg)

wona tri


 No.122168

>>122166

Eek. I'll pass.


 No.122169

File: d2ab3965e5c8089⋯.jpg (51 KB, 309x475, 309:475, 34298222.jpg)

>>122166

have this one


 No.122170

File: 11e4429e4d741f8⋯.jpg (491.5 KB, 1172x986, 586:493, 1517773342125.jpg)


 No.122171

>>122170

>tfw no hartnell or tennant gf


 No.122172

>>122170

>Tom looks the same


 No.122173

>>122170

>Tennant

I love CHVRCHES


 No.122174

File: 1dfb822501fcbff⋯.jpg (273.23 KB, 1024x666, 512:333, 1508903296313.jpg)


 No.122175

File: 8159731f6536ca2⋯.jpg (244.46 KB, 924x640, 231:160, cute-smile.jpg)

>>122166

>>122164

You mean a Jodie Doctor gf, Anon.


 No.122176

File: 080c796d54a3336⋯.png (555.91 KB, 519x599, 519:599, Wow memes.png)

SOMEONE ACTUALLY COSPLAYED THAT /WHO/ EDIT


 No.122177

File: d59db895cf23c31⋯.jpg (209.07 KB, 1280x1609, 1280:1609, 1500951180305.jpg)

>>122175

Cuter contender appears


 No.122178


 No.122179

>>122177

Eeewwwwwww! Who is that minger?


 No.122180

File: 16bb0f631ec4488⋯.jpg (1020.83 KB, 2400x3600, 2:3, 1501294962761.jpg)

Irish Candie


 No.122181

File: 3e96d24bb2bb4b2⋯.jpg (166.03 KB, 954x768, 159:128, 1502759166440.jpg)

cute CUTE PRIME


 No.122182

>>122181

too scary


 No.122183

File: 24d06911782618c⋯.jpg (588.68 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 1496250063144.jpg)


 No.122184

Do you think Chibnall will do an RTD-style alien invasion in the finale?


 No.122185

File: 7074e5228655fb6⋯.jpg (101.45 KB, 1108x831, 4:3, 1501761785154.jpg)

>>122184

a stenza masterplan for sure

BF "boxset" tier

everything that happeend in s11

including the TARDIS malfuction was motived by stenza


 No.122186

>>122184

There will either be a Stenza invasion in episode 10 or a Dalek invasion in the special.


 No.122187

Stenza = New Ogrons


 No.122188

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

IT'S OUT!

that means only one more week until world enough and time!


 No.122189

File: a3d7aa89df20d37⋯.jpg (27.13 KB, 406x500, 203:250, Banna.jpg)

Shout out to our guy Bannakaffalatta. RIP big boy. Gone but not forgotten.


 No.122190

Powerbottoming reference


 No.122191

>>122190

Do you think Moffat even knows what a powerbottom is?


 No.122192

>>122189

his BF soon


 No.122193

File: 4706f7d7272f411⋯.png (367.31 KB, 462x646, 231:323, 1501939167860.png)


 No.122194

File: 72276afe81c4ee5⋯.mp4 (569.27 KB, 480x268, 120:67, fast bottom.mp4)


 No.122195

File: 946d77b6ff037a7⋯.png (63.9 KB, 313x313, 1:1, 1700902_1.png)


 No.122196

>>122176

…Nacho?


 No.122197

>>122193

>Yasmin: What's a power bottom?

>Ryan: A power bottom is a bottom that is capable of receiving an enormous amount of power.

>Doctor: Actually Ryan, you've got it backwards. You see, the power bottom is actually generating the power by doing most of the work.

>Yasmin: Does power have to do with size or strength of the bottom?

>Ryan: I heard speed has something to do with it.

>Doctor: Speed has *everything* to do with it. You see, the speed of the bottom informs the top how much pressure he's supposed to apply. Speed's the name of the game.


 No.122198

File: 0553e69000997ca⋯.webm (164.3 KB, 633x352, 633:352, last laugh.webm)


 No.122199

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.122200

File: bc82e45ee4f4b0f⋯.jpg (38.46 KB, 854x480, 427:240, c99.jpg)


 No.122201

>>122200

It's leaked dialogue from the finale dude


 No.122202

File: b51a5da3604f7ce⋯.jpg (3.17 MB, 9600x5400, 16:9, the doctor falls kino.jpg)

reminder that we got a multi-master story with the original cybermen and it was fucking kino


 No.122203

File: 97dcf3e6f19d59f⋯.webm (1.24 MB, 406x232, 7:4, evil villain laugh.webm)


 No.122204

File: cfc90ce1b3c1946⋯.png (1.97 MB, 1920x1090, 192:109, vlcsnap-00011.png)


 No.122205

File: 1c9dac9e1471e98⋯.jpg (2.15 MB, 3413x5120, 3413:5120, 7.jpg)

missy+delgado story when?


 No.122207


 No.122221

>>122114

Do we even know if the first part happened? Did anyone else at the Fitzroy Tavern collaborate Loz's claim, or are we just taking the words of a guy at a bar completely at face value?




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