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"/who/ Cares?" podcast on Series 11: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz80wZ00_JjSaS2ZRrno1Pg

File: efefcd8b40d4ebd⋯.jpg (1.66 MB, 2866x4300, 1433:2150, DWS11E3Rosa.jpg)

 No.124448

Rosa Killed Who

Front of the bus

>>123705

 No.127378

last threard

>>122968


 No.127379

>>127376

I've always been firm that Chibnall will do 3 successful years of Doctor Who that will get good ratings and by all metrics be successful.


 No.127380

>>127379

That is what you want or what you think it is gonna happen?


 No.127381

>>127380

It's not what I want but it's always been what I've been confident will happen.


 No.127382

reposting in new thread: which companion (including audios/books/comics) had the shittiest life because of the doctor? discuss.


 No.127383

I want him to leave ASAP and if gap year is the way, bring it on


 No.127384

Do you really think "competing with Netflix/capeshit", "it's a recruitment year" Chibnall will have the show off the air for a year?


 No.127385

>>127384

hope so


 No.127386

>>127382

we never really got what happened to Peri or Mel


 No.127387

>>127386

>blocks your path


 No.127388

>>127387

I beg your pardon


 No.127389

>>127384

The show is dead and getting raped is the next logical step.


 No.127390

File: 1b4a81855f85759⋯.png (578.05 KB, 1682x1428, 841:714, Screenshot_2018-10-24 Amaz….png)

gay-fi confirmed


 No.127391

>>127382

I’m not that far into the books but Fitz becomes a member of Faction Paradox because of the Doctor doesn’t he?


 No.127392


 No.127393

>>127390

The author is trans


 No.127394

File: 5487ce64ae8a571⋯.jpg (70.92 KB, 750x931, 750:931, new wheels.jpg)

don't disturb Kinda, he's driving


 No.127395

>>127391

not really him

Fitz died and his clone got a partial copy of his memories


 No.127396

>>127384

I'm going to assume you're being serious when you saw Chibnall is smart enough not to have a gap year, because I'm inclined to agree. There's no reason to spend so much time, effort and money with "recruiting" new fans if they're just going to be left high and dry by the end of it. They're trying to appeal to an audience that has very little loyalty to the show in the first place, and when there's constantly new things for those people to watch, Doctor Who has to keep a steady pace of release to even compete, or people are just going to forget about it.


 No.127397

>>127393

I know, buy why would they list the BOOK it as lgbt?


 No.127398

File: 6c2a3b2b0555329⋯.mp4 (3.88 MB, 640x640, 1:1, 42106615_290201654927643_3….mp4)


 No.127399

>>127396

I'm 100% serious. As soon as he started talking about his goals for S11, and to an extent his hiring at all, it became clear that he was committed to making the show consistently popular again. Everything about the actual episodes indicates that as well - and it's working. There's no way we're getting a gap year, it's antithetical to the BBC and Chibnall's entire approach to DW now.


 No.127400

>>127399

will Jodie pull an Eccles?


 No.127401

>>127397

Because LGBT people looking for that tag also want to find stories written by LGBT people


 No.127402

If there is a gap year I will piss myself laughing with Chibnall's entire recruitment plan falling apart


 No.127403

>>127402

will you film it and post it?


 No.127404

Based Chibnall bringing in as large an audience as possible for his successor.


 No.127405

>>127404

Can we get the hype to cast next Doc already?


 No.127406

>>127405

>next Doc


 No.127407

>>127406

It will have been ten years since that episode this Christmas. Perhaps Chibnall will reference it by actually introducing the next Doctor in a multiple Doctor Christmas special


 No.127408

>>127406

by the way Graham called Doctor "DOC"

did he not hate it?


 No.127409

Imagine we have the current doctor meet the next incarnation and then the show continues with the next incarnation and we skip the regeneration.


 No.127410

>>127408

I loved that myself.

>>127407

>next Doctor


 No.127411

>>127410

You know they gave the doctor more regenerations as well as unnumbered incarnations, right? I know fandom used to always say 13 is final but that’s changed


 No.127412

>>127409

lol

it would be amazing

13th Meets 14th

when they are to abide farewell, the camera follows 14th, new ending titles

we never see 13th again

BF does her regeneration in 20 years from now


 No.127413

>>127411

your point?


 No.127414

>>127391

I would say Fitz is a strong contender for the companion who's had the worst life because of the Doctor… in fact, I don't think any other companion has had it even vaguely as shitty as he has. There's a lot more to that Faction Paradox story than him simply becoming a member. I think you'll enjoy it, and also come to see what I mean when I say he's had a tough time. I was going to spoiler-text some detail, but there's no point. I think it's best left as a surprise.


 No.127415

Another doctor isn’t inpossible of something to be scoffed at


 No.127416

>>127415

>Another doctor


 No.127417

>>127416

Don't you want Jodie gone asap too?


 No.127418

File: 3d1b4a2e1b0af6c⋯.jpg (57.19 KB, 471x538, 471:538, DqScYBEW4As0KPZ[1].jpg)

Why specieism is an acceptable behaviour?


 No.127419

>>127418

Slitheen aren't a species


 No.127420

>>127418

Yeah that moment was utterly fucked.


 No.127421

>>127419

she clearly meant Raxacoricofallapatorians

I don't think she would approve the Blathereen either


 No.127422

>>127421

Why was there no outcry over this


 No.127423

>>127422

it also implies fat shaming


 No.127424


 No.127425

>>127423

Who should we complain to


 No.127426


 No.127427

File: 6de22599454612c⋯.jpg (135.6 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, drwhow.jpg)

Purple


 No.127428

>>127427

Where is this?


 No.127429

>>127428

Kino Hell


 No.127430

File: 1cb503f78c8ab18⋯.jpg (1.62 MB, 2560x1762, 1280:881, doomsday.jpg)

>>127428

South Africa


 No.127431

>>127430

is she trying to get Rose back?


 No.127432

File: 556ee51b64821ba⋯.jpg (1.69 MB, 2560x1707, 2560:1707, tanyafear.jpg)

We're finally approaching bumbag


 No.127433

>>127432

They ditched Yaz already for a new interesting female


 No.127434

>>127432

Spider in the bumbag when?


 No.127435

File: e56414e0bfdbb7c⋯.jpg (1.4 MB, 2560x1706, 1280:853, nextweek.jpg)

Something is wrong with spiders in this city…


 No.127436

File: ebecd6a42dd12c3⋯.jpg (1.82 MB, 2560x1755, 512:351, web.jpg)

Is it, dare I say, The Web of Fear?


 No.127437

Because he's your grandson


 No.127438

File: 4e6af1756306c8a⋯.png (99.32 KB, 1280x1271, 1280:1271, 4e6.png)

Is there a Doctor Who version


 No.127439

EFIL DNOP


 No.127440

Here he comes in a ruddy big tractor…

Here he comes in a ruddy big tractor…


 No.127441

File: 163a62ed69a5a75⋯.jpg (41.49 KB, 774x768, 129:128, mcdonalds eight.jpg)

>>127438

There probably is, but I only have this one to hand.


 No.127442

>>127441

That's a wholesome 8 on the right


 No.127443

I have a friend who is dating Mandip Gill, Segun Akinola, Matt Strevens, Jodie Whittaker and Alan Cumming. My friend has managed to find out that Paul McGann is returning as the Eighth Doctor in a Mesopotamia-set Christmas special that will also see the return of John Barrowman as Captain Jack and Graham's transition into a "Force ghost" like entity who uses telekinesis to maintain the TARDIS custard cream dispenser. Following the Christmas special, there will be a gap year and the show will return for episode 12.1 on Sun. 12th April 2020, which happens to be Easter and also the date of a planned missing episode announcement.


 No.127444

>>127443

I believe you


 No.127445

File: d943831f6af569e⋯.jpg (101.83 KB, 976x768, 61:48, 2.jpg)

File: 24cf5fd1ef42c42⋯.jpg (94.22 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 16.jpg)

File: d9f9577fd95606a⋯.jpg (51.7 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 19.jpg)

File: c5730b51f1e0362⋯.jpg (84.57 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, 11.jpg)

>>127442

Yeah, some of the promo pictures for the TVM were actually really nice, and far more accurate to 8's characterisation than the dour pocketwatch one that always seems to get focus.


 No.127446

>>127445

Yeah, that watch image is pretty dour. I think it's used as often as it is because it's one of the more HQ photos of the lot.


 No.127447

>>127443

To live in this timeline.


 No.127448

File: 5be7bae6c215c60⋯.jpg (105.4 KB, 700x527, 700:527, d08-7y-501.jpg)

>>127446

True enough. I have larger versions of some of the promo photos, but they weren't particularly easy to find. My favourite is probably the promo image that's so HD, you can zoom in and really appreciate how obviously Paul's hair was a wig. I'll see if I can find it.


 No.127449

>>127448

Oh, oops, sorry. Didn't mean to attach that picture with that text. That's not the wig image!


 No.127450

McGann would've looked really wierd with short hair and that outfit. It'd be like having Eccleston wearing Pertwee's crushed red velvet


 No.127451

File: ee4289523b4af97⋯.png (1.15 MB, 1920x1090, 192:109, ee4289523b4af97b2c03c5f6ae….png)

KKA

Kick Kino Away TM


 No.127452

File: e159d2035d39e08⋯.jpg (3.66 MB, 2300x2330, 230:233, wig mcgann.jpg)

>>127448

>>127449

Found the right one!

>>127450

If I'm remembering correctly, it was exceptionally short too, like buzzcut short, not Dark Eyes short. It wouldn't have fit at all.


 No.127453

We don't serve negroes.


 No.127454

nilsos is savage, nilsos is monsters

nilsos is pimps, nilsos is players

til nilsos have daughters


 No.127455

>>127453

that's good, I dont eat them


 No.127456

>>127455

And mexicans.


 No.127457

>>127427

She'd look so much better with proper trousers


 No.127458

>>127438

I made a Master version once but it got way out of hand with all the alt masters


 No.127459

>literally zero sleep, just laid in bed for 8 hours wide awake

DWE for this feel?


 No.127460

>>127452

please would you be so kind as to post the other large promo pics?


 No.127461

>>127459

>If I draw the creature to one extreme of the castle, and I run to the other extreme, I can earn myself a maximum of eighty-two minutes. Eighty-two minutes to eat, sleep and work.


 No.127462

>>127459

I had this the other day. I sleep with two pillows and I put one by my ankles. I was asleep in minutes.


 No.127463

'ate yasmine

'ate ryan

'ate the doctor

Don't completely 'ate Graham

Simple as


 No.127464

File: acf95a2c7f8cf6a⋯.jpg (4.23 MB, 2447x1681, 2447:1681, 08_01_12mb1.jpg)

>>127460

Of course! I'll need some time to sort through them, though. I don't think there's many around the size of that one, though. And there's some (like this one) that are large in size, but not very high quality. Would you like me to post some of the more HD ones, even if they're not as big as the wig picture?


 No.127465

Something's coming, Bill. And we're gonna be very busy.


 No.127466

Somethings "coming," Bill. And we're gonna be very "busy".


 No.127467

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

morph


 No.127468

And remember - Nilso is always foolish, and Gig is always wise…


 No.127469


 No.127470

>>127464

I think McGann looks better as the Doctor now. He needed a couple of decades to properly grow into the character.


 No.127471

>>127468

holy shit


 No.127472

>>127470

Forgot my flag!


 No.127473

>>127472

>everything I don't like is Reddit

So tired of this.

*le sigh


 No.127474

name characters from the moff era that are worse than 13


 No.127475

>>127474

The last character we see in Moffat's final televised entry of Doctor Who


 No.127476

>>127474

That dumbass soldier who thinks the Zygon is his mother, when it clearly is not.


 No.127477

Is it true the Big Finish have recast Neo?


 No.127478

>>127477

Yes, from now on I'll be played by Cloister.


 No.127479

>>127476

Fuck that verged me


 No.127480

File: 9b9d051138a8257⋯.jpg (20.05 KB, 400x400, 1:1, prayforvinay.jpg)

What do we think about this man?


 No.127481

>>127480

he's our only hope


 No.127482

>>127480

Seems pretty based but I've learned my lesson from being excited over anything to do with this series, chibnall was the man who picked him after all


 No.127483

>>127480

The Man Who Saved Doctor Who


 No.127484

File: 80c9733fcfd5f22⋯.jpg (468.96 KB, 1185x1200, 79:80, d08-w0770.jpg)

File: 945a338b8ab72ce⋯.jpg (124.87 KB, 721x1280, 721:1280, d08-7z-001.jpg)

>>127470

>>127472

kek

On a serious note, reddit or not, I do think his NOTD look is his best, but I think a big part of that is the fact that the TVM outfit was rather awful. The idea was nice, but the execution was not. I also think the TVM wig is really shit, and it would've been nicer if he'd had his natural hair before he cut it (which wasn't far off the wig, stylistically, but looked far better). Of course, the TVM outfit makes sense in-universe, because it was a cheap costume that he stole, and the shoes were borrowed from Grace, but taken out of context, it doesn't really hold up against the NOTD costume.


 No.127485

>>127484

TVM outfit is one of my favourites


 No.127486

>>127480

A pillar of hope that is destined to crumble beneath the weight of expectation.


 No.127487

It's official: We've run out of time to prepare for no-deal


 No.127488

File: f0fe90ffd7802dd⋯.png (204.94 KB, 500x376, 125:94, mcgann.png)

So this is the power of mcgannchan


 No.127489

>>127488

Forgot my flag!


 No.127490

>>127485

Oh, don't get me wrong, it's one of my favourites too, but I have a vendetta against that trousers/shoes combination. The top half of the costume is good, then you get to the bottom and it just feels like a disappointment.


 No.127491

File: 2177c375b75a0d7⋯.jpg (888.73 KB, 1002x1206, 167:201, whatmorecouldyouwant.jpg)

I honestly don't even think the BBC would allow Chibnall to have a gap year for the show after finally gaining some viewers again after the previous gap year lost half the audience. He'd more than likely be replaced if he was that unable to deliver another season a year from now, something RTD/Moffat had no trouble doing for their first two years.


 No.127492

>>127484

He also just looks a bit young a doughy faced.


 No.127493

>>127475

kek, thought you meant Capaldi at first but it took me a minute


 No.127494

>>127491

Agreed. It's simply not going to happen.


 No.127495

>tfw it happens anyway


 No.127496

>>127491

>He'd more than likely be replaced if he was that unable to deliver another season a year from now, something RTD/Moffat had no trouble doing for their first two years.

I wouldn't say Moffat had no trouble delivering Series 6.


 No.127497

File: 7046082a6ce780a⋯.jpg (535.35 KB, 1440x1440, 1:1, GUAAAARD.jpg)

>tfw we will never hear The Doctor's Theme again

>tfw we will never hear This is Gallifrey again

>tfw all of those god-tier recurring motifs from 2005-2017 will never return


 No.127498

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

>>127497

>yfw the composer after Segun is a massive Marigold fan and brings back several of his motifs with a new spin


 No.127499

File: c14cd9c4d849abd⋯.jpg (72.41 KB, 500x608, 125:152, 1519090769178.jpg)

>>127496

he didn't ask for a gap year, and Series 6 was the most popular the show has ever been in the US. Moffat even was included on the world tour promoting the new series back in 2011. He was just as beloved by fans back then as Matt/Karen/Arthur/Alex.

He even had time to write Sherlock that year AND the Tintin movie


 No.127500

File: 92528f547c144d6⋯.jpg (48.84 KB, 464x592, 29:37, 1519169123573.jpg)

>>127498

>yfw the composer after Segun is Marigold


 No.127501

>>127499

Yes but Series 6 was a production disaster and had to be split into two blocks.


 No.127502

>>127492

I think the youthful look works well for his early characterisation, not so much when it comes to his later stories.


 No.127503

File: 159637d07181170⋯.jpg (340 KB, 1186x1080, 593:540, the girl whose face when.jpg)

>12 more years have passed

>desperate for anyone who will still associate with the current iteration of Nu-NuWho, the BBC pleads to Gold to come back

>he demands absolute and unmitigated creative control, final veto on all musical decisions

>it's also been so long that he's advanced his musical development and turned into Captain Beefheart

>audience-hostile-soundtrack kinotown forever


 No.127504

>>127501

damn my memory must be hazy of that then, what was such a disaster about it? I mean it was still released and the first half of Series 6 is pure kino with at least 2 great episodes in 6B as well, which is more that can be said for Series 7. Plus Moffat still didn't need a gap year


 No.127505

Can someone who understamds the TV industry explain how shit writing has increased the shows popularity?


 No.127506

>>127505

People are stupid, and just want "simple relatable human stories". They've also really been pushing the marketing for series 11, out of fears that a female Doctor would fall flat.


 No.127507

>>127505

no big brain thinky stuff


 No.127508

All of the interesting complexities of the 11th and 12th Doctors? Yeah, people hate that shit. They just want a character who's nice, optimistic, and funny, and doesn't dress like an old man.


 No.127509

Big Eyed Beans from Venus!


 No.127510

Making a list of how many episodes the showrunner has written per series but I'm wondering, do you guys consider Christmas specials to be an extension of the previous series or the following series? ie: would The Christmas Invasion be an extension of Series 1 or Series 2? I've personally always thought of it as the unofficial first episode of Series 2 since New Earth is such a shitty way to start a new series but that's just me


 No.127511

>>127505

it's more of the soft-reboot aspect. New Doctor obviously and a new showrunner after 8 years of Moffat, plus the clean slate after Capaldi. It gave people a place to jump in again. It's the same as Series 5 essentially, but that came right off the heels of Tennant. It's too early to tell whether or not viewership maintains this high. The Eleventh Hour had 10.09 million overnight viewers and by The Big Bang ratings were down to 6.7 million, but then back up to 12.11 million for A Christmas Carol. It all depends. Although if Chibnall takes a gap year then the viewership will tank just like it did between Series 9 and 10.


 No.127512

>>127510

Christmas specials are often marked (Series)x00


 No.127513

>>127510

I think it's entirely relative to how you conceive of each series of NewWho, as the Christmas specials form their own unique production blocks that are literally not part of either series. As you say, The Christmas Invasion makes a lot of sense to associate with series 2, but Last Christmas makes more sense to associate with series 8, and so on. They're not part of any series so it's really up to you where to group them, if they must be grouped.


 No.127514


 No.127515

>>127513

>>127512

yeah I'm just doing it by year I think, but certain cases like Mysterio/TUAT I'll lump both in with Series 10


 No.127516

File: 27c2d417669642d⋯.jpg (221.54 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, DqTOIxZXcAE2nqj[1].jpg)

Blocks your kino


 No.127517

File: 62bca1549e50938⋯.jpg (468.58 KB, 1046x1200, 523:600, two men and a chibby.jpg)

List of Doctor Who episodes (and Specials) written by the showrunner each series

<[RTD-era]

>Series 1 (2005)

8/13 + Christmas Special

>Series 2 (2006)

5/13 + Christmas Special

>Series 3 (2007)

5/13 + Christmas Special

>Series 4 (2008)

5/13

>Specials (2009)

5/5 (2 co-written)

<[Moffat-era]

>Series 5 (2010)

6/13 + Christmas Special

>Series 6 (2011)

5/13 + Christmas Special

>Series 7 (2012/13)

4/13 + Christmas Special

>Specials (2013)

2/2

>Series 8 (2014)

7/12 (3 co-written) + Christmas Special

>Series 9 (2015)

6/12 (2 co-written) + Christmas Special

>Series 10 (2017)

5/12 (1 co-written) + 2 Christmas Specials

<[Chibnall-era]

>Series 11 (2018)

5/10 (1 co-written) + Christmas Special


 No.127518

>>127517

The last one is wrong I think. Chibnall wrote 5 episodes, in series 11, none of which are cowritten. I think it's more like:

>Series 11 (2018)

10/10 (5 cowritten) + Chrimbo spesh


 No.127519

>>127517

>>127518

Chibbs wrote 1, 2, 4, 5, and 10 on his lonesome. 3 is cowritten with Blackman.


 No.127520

>>127515

"Series 10" has a lovely plethora of Christmas moments depending what you include, from the Christmas scene in the Pilot to Mysterio, TUAT, Husbands if you're like me and insists it belongs more with S10 than S9…


 No.127521

Does anyone have the google drive with all the episodes?


 No.127522


 No.127523

>>127520

I just did it mostly by year since each Christmas special could really go either way and I didn't feel like having to explain each one. Like The Next Doctor is the Christmas Special following Series 4 but is always considered to be part of the 2009 Specials


 No.127524

>>127522

Just the 12th Doctor?


 No.127525

>>127524

If you go back one folder, there's episodes for every Doctor.


 No.127526

if Moffat was in charge of Series 11, the Christmas special would 100% be a remake/retelling of the Wizard of Oz

>Dorothy - 13

>Toto - K9

>Cowardly Lion - Bradders

>Scarecrow - Ryan

>Tin Man - Yaz

>Wicked Witch - idk Missy probably

and it'd be absolute kino


 No.127527

File: 53affe5d3ea86b3⋯.png (318.03 KB, 598x830, 299:415, whofan.png)


 No.127528

>>127525

How do you do that?


 No.127529

>>127528

Literally look at the top of the page, mate.


 No.127530

>>127527

Fucking brilliant


 No.127531

>>127529

There's nothing there.


 No.127532

>>127529

if you only shared the 12th doctor folder, then other people only have access to that folder.


 No.127533

File: b7cbdb9ce0d3788⋯.png (37.72 KB, 926x800, 463:400, ClipboardImage.png)

>>127531

>>127532

Not the linker, but if I wait a bit I see this.


 No.127534

>>127531

>>127532

You should just be able to backclick like anon is saying, but try this anyway https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B5yMKWVStuN3RDJmYlU4eEhBSDA


 No.127535

Something is coming.


 No.127536

Noth


 No.127537

>>127533

>>127532

Click the word Doctor Who


 No.127538

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

"/who/ Cares?" is a podcast this week featuring Ingiga, Broken Mirrors, TheOncomingStorm, and myself discussing "Rosa".


 No.127539

File: ddb9002b71f4199⋯.png (11.84 KB, 724x55, 724:55, ClipboardImage.png)

>>127533

This is all I get


 No.127540

>>127539

This link should work >>127534


 No.127541

>>127538

oh this is based


 No.127542

>>127540

Got that one now. Just saying.


 No.127543


 No.127544

stormys honeyed foreign tones


 No.127545

>>127538

do you not worry that with such a large cast, that you will all feel 2 dimensional? maybe one of you gets like zero lines for 3 episodes?


 No.127546

>>127545

The idea here is to focus entirely on the conversation itself rather than showcase personality. In this particular ep, there are large sections where clearly some featured have a lot more to say than others, and that's a good thing - trying to give everyone an equal due is silly because obviously everyone is going to have more to say on different things most relevant to their experience and opinions. The aim of this podcast isn't to make any person seem three-dimensional, it's just to feature /who/re conversation about an episode for an hour. As for "maybe one of you gets like zero lines for 3 episodes", I'm not even sure what you mean by that my dude, as the cast shifts members every week.


 No.127548

>>127546

I think it's better to have less companions otherwise they feel 2 dimensional


 No.127549

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


 No.127550

File: 19b67a77ebf5272⋯.png (107.33 KB, 238x305, 238:305, chibhappy.png)

Better written

Pillar o' hope

Better written

Very clichéd


 No.127551

File: 87d54e4572a120e⋯.png (186.14 KB, 600x1024, 75:128, combat magick.png)

File: fdff465e80becaf⋯.png (176.57 KB, 600x1024, 75:128, molten heart summary.png)

File: 1a6a04bfaaaaa08⋯.png (159.37 KB, 600x1024, 75:128, the good doctor summary.png)


 No.127552

>>127551

All of these sound better than what we're getting in Series 11…


 No.127553

>>127551

eventually doctor who must run out of major historical events and the endpoint will be that literally every event in history had something to do with aliens

i guess time gets rewritten though


 No.127554

>>127551

>The Good Doctor sounds like the best one by far and absolute kino

Based Juno.


 No.127555

>>127551

Ooh the first one sounds nice. Another "historical" for the gang in the first year.


 No.127556

>>127551

Combat Magick / The Good Doctor/ Molten Heart


 No.127557

>>127538

only 8 minutes in but this is great, the planet of the dead thing was really funny

it's interesting that you mention john hart/torchwood in regards to krasko and his violence-suppressing chip, since spike from buffy the vampire slayer (played by james marsters who played hart) has the same thing


 No.127558

>>127551

Sounds very kino


 No.127559

Haven't been on for a few days, what did y'all think of Rosa? I'm guessing you didn't like it but I thought it was pretty great, a 7/10


 No.127560

File: 447dcc82cdcfa1d⋯.jpg (329.35 KB, 1080x1440, 3:4, chibnall.jpg)

>Neo going on a rant only to discover it was a joke about s11


 No.127561

Get on the secret discord


 No.127562

File: c2d609b332ca604⋯.png (79.34 KB, 190x220, 19:22, ClipboardImage.png)

>>127560

I guess you could say the joke was on him…


 No.127563

>>127538

Quality podcast as always, thanks for inviting!


 No.127564

File: f54c59a8f6f3cbe⋯.jpg (292.78 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-21 at ….jpg)

>>127538

something that another podcast I used to listen to (Sleepycast, 10/10 would recommend) did when they were still making episodes was to have really faint classical music in the background that did fucking WONDERS to make the conversation feel more natural and fills in any dead air space or awkward silences there could be without being super noticable by the listener. And even when you do pick up on it you get used to it almost immediately. Maybe next episode you can test it out with some more ambient Marigold/Classic Who OST tracks? Just an idea.


 No.127565

>>127538

i love broken mirrors referencing such tiny moments of certain episodes and we're instantly able to think 'oh yeah that's definitely similar'


 No.127566

>>127561

the /who/ one?


 No.127567

File: a6582cac2cf929e⋯.jpg (455.46 KB, 2048x2048, 1:1, DqQycKpWkAIcMMo.jpg large.jpg)

>The fourth episode in the sixth series of The Diary of River Song is a true celebration of Doctor Who. One could say it’s a carnival… a Carnival… of Monsters!

>River will be exploring the Miniscope in PEEPSHOW by Guy Adams, and will have her own companion Dibbsworth, played by Clive Wood (pictured with Alex Kingston).

>Peepshow

https://www.bigfinish.com/news/v/carnival-time-for-river-song


 No.127568

>>127567

Well that's uh… Kino??


 No.127569

Remember when they got the Weasleys' dad from Harry Potter to play Rory's dad?


 No.127570

>>127567

The idea of having River doing a Clara and exploring some of the Doctor's adventure could be either really shit or kino.

The fact that they chose the frockiest Pertwee story is a good sign though.


 No.127571

>>127554

sounds preachy


 No.127572

>>127567

good good goody


 No.127573

I thought this week's podcast was gonna be Neo-lite


 No.127574

anyone?


 No.127575

>>127573

A guest dropped out so Neo stepped in.


 No.127576

So have Yas and Graham still not talked?


 No.127577

>>127576

They briefly said something to each other in the hotel this week I think


 No.127578

File: 19b67a77ebf5272⋯.png (107.33 KB, 238x305, 238:305, chibhappy.png)

>>127576

Why, anon? What would they talk about?


 No.127579

>>127399

>“There simply isn’t time to finish filming and get all the editing done before next October. It’s too tight. We’re facing a gap year.”

Assuming this source is genuine (which is a big assumption), that would suggest that a gap year is not something they -wanted- to do but that they've been forced into due to being behind schedule.

It would be antithetical to the BBC and Chibnall's entire approach, but that doesn't mean it can't still happen in the right circumstances, if they have some ideological aversion to a split series.

But Broadchurch took gap years between each series - for all we know, maybe that's part of chibnall's formula to maintain status as "event television" by avoiding saturation


 No.127580

>>127579

>before next October

So… Air it in November? Even if they don't get it out for 13 or 14 months I don't see how not getting it by October equals a year off


 No.127581

>>127575

Was the guest Immigrant?


 No.127582

You better not be like James Blake, Blake the Snake! He gave all bus drivers a bad name! She had a T-shirt that said "Spirit of Rosa"


 No.127583


 No.127584

>>127580

They can't air it within 10 weeks of christmas, which means it would have to wait until the new year


 No.127585

>I came back from the creek for this? Four flat tyres and a smashed-in windshield? What the hell happened?

<Kids.

>Well, I can't drive that.

<Oh, no. You go on home. Yeah, we'll cancel the route.

>So much for that protest. This bus ain't going nowhere.

>Did you hear that? Everything we do, Krasko's a step ahead. He must've deliberately smashed up that bus himself.

<We've got to fix this. James Blake has got to drive Rosa's bus home tonight.


 No.127586

If they changed the bus, doesn't that already change history?


 No.127587

>>127586

bootstrap paradox

maybe they cased the protest and her seat was available if Ryan was not there


 No.127588

File: eabd59feb4a7419⋯.mp4 (2.19 MB, 1280x640, 2:1, shot transition.mp4)

reminder that the director thought it would be a clever idea to use a blaster shot at the camera to transition between scenes


 No.127589

>>127586

Of course not, anon. It was always the second bus, they just didn't know that until they had to do it. The entire circumstances of the bus protest are revealed to have been staged by people attempting to subvert or recreate their memory of a historical event that, it turns out, they are the originators of. The story renders the bus incident random; no longer something that naturally arose from the conditions of the world.


 No.127590

>>127588

It was naff, but at least it tried. I'll take deliberately stylised naffness in Doctor Who over Jamie Childs-style suffocating blandness any day.


 No.127591

>>127588

honorable mention to jodie pausing at "secondary charger for a-" when the blaster didn't go off for another quarter second


 No.127592

>>127589

Didn't they explicitly mention the ID of the bus that rosa protested on, and isn't that part of history therefore now changed?


 No.127593

>>127592

Imagine a picture of Chibnall shrugging here.


 No.127594


 No.127595


 No.127596

>>127575

Was the guest Judy?


 No.127597

>>127596

No, Judy.


 No.127598

Do we know Chibnall's thoughts on a split series?

I think filming on S11 had started by this point last year, and filming for S12 hasn't begun yet. Something has to be different regarding when or how the next series is broadcast.


 No.127599

>>127595

Yeah I'm thinking we're in for some fucking KINO on Friday.


 No.127600


 No.127601

Chibnall is actually really good at writing for a large cast of complicated, human, characters, see Torchwood and Broadchurch.

He shines when he's able to tackle subjects like sex, affairs, grief, loss, despair, family etc. He has to tone it down when writing DW and keep things family friendly. Unfortunately he can't strike a balance and tones it down so much for DW that it feels condescendingly childish.


 No.127602

>>127601

89% accurate


 No.127603


 No.127604

>>127603

Your thoughts?


 No.127605

>>127600

Based and fucking redpilled.

Romance will kill this quartet even deader than it already is.


 No.127606

File: 5875f7be2608c37⋯.mp4 (3.32 MB, 1280x640, 2:1, krasko defeated.mp4)

discuss


 No.127607

>>127606

ryan's little moments of talking to himself are cute

It's a common opinion to say tosin's not doing a good job, but I think he's just portraying an introverted character who doesn't emote much, but with occasional moments of confidence


 No.127608

>>127606

He's actually somewhat charming here wtf?


 No.127609

>>127606

>In fact you're like the Past At Watch

What did he say there?


 No.127610

>>127609

in fact, you like the past that much, so why don't you… stay there


 No.127611

>>127610

Ohhh thanks.


 No.127612

>>127606

Doesn't dyspraxia affect your ability to drive? They missed a perfect chance to make it relevant for something other than a ladder


 No.127613

File: c72e51ed08921be⋯.mp4 (2.71 MB, 1280x640, 2:1, c72e51ed08921be6104b5ab34c….mp4)

>>127588

that'd have been perfectly fine if the location didn't change to an entirely different one. An interior of a warehouse with dim lighting -> an exterior with bright sunlight and sand on the ground is jarring as fuck no matter what transition there is. If they used that shot to cut to Thirteen/the trio in another room of the warehouse or some similar setting/visual, it'd have worked perfectly.

Slightly unrelated but I've started to think that the problem might not so much be the directing in Series 11 (I was the one who suggested the easy way to shoot webm related and have it not be awkward looking as well as the guy who wrote those long posts about Capaldi/Coleman's acting and about the cameras/lenses used for nuWho over the years) but actually the editing is what makes everything feel so awkward and weird.

Every time there's a dialogue scene that cuts between singles of each character alone in the frame when they deliver a line of dialogue, there's always a brief moment before and after they deliver the line where the shot sort of hangs on them, almost like the camera is waiting for them to deliver the line. It makes it feel amateur and stilted. Compare it to the editing of shot/reverse-shot scenes in the Moffat-era. Dialogue will overlap between shots, like for example we'll start hearing Clara's response to the Doctor while the camera is still on him, and then they'll cut to the shot of Clara as she's finishing her thought. It keeps the momentum going and feels a lot natural. The way they're doing it now is like "okay now Jodie deliver your line… Okay now cut to Mandip, Mandip deliver your line… okay now cut to Bradley, Bradley deliver your line… okay now cut back to Jodie, Jodie deliver your line…" There's no momentum, no excitement.


 No.127614

File: e1ec1077789b173⋯.png (271 KB, 333x428, 333:428, e1ec1077789b173aeff8ba1445….png)

>>127612

>struggle to ride a bike despite trying time and time again

>struggle to climb up a ladder

>can drive a car from 1968's America (which would be on the wrong side of the road for him) just fine

CHIBNAAAAAAAAL


 No.127615

>>127614

For what it's worth, he just says "move the car" - so he only had to steer it to the side of the road rather than drive somewhere


 No.127616

>>127612

>>127614

His dyspraxia only affects him when the plot needs it


 No.127617

>>127606

>You had no right to do that.


 No.127618

File: ffadf56dc0c38a4⋯.jpg (69.48 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, doctor.who.2005.s11e03.108….jpg)

Krasko's last scene would have been better if he ran away like a bitch before getting shot, or ran at Ryan to try and stop him before getting shot, or at least reacted in some way to the idea that he might get condemned to literal death with his stolen equipment. It's really devoid of stakes as is and a missed opportunity for a fitting final image.


 No.127619


 No.127620

Does 13 even react to finding out krasko was sent to the distant past and effectively condemned to death?


 No.127621

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

IT'S OUT


 No.127622

The finale will involve the rags, Krasko and the rest of the series villains working for the Stenza to conquer Earth


 No.127623

>>127622

But that would require the audience to have previous knowledge


 No.127624

>>127623

Be serious, anon. No it wouldn't. The episodes are so incoherent to start with that a shitload of random baddies turning up in the finale would just be handwaved.


 No.127625

>>127624

fuck you're right


 No.127626

>>127620

I suspect that this (and the Call Of Duty scene) is part of a lead-in to an eventual confrontation between 13 and Ryan over his methods.


 No.127627

>>127626

That would be nice, but I'm not as optimistic


 No.127628

>>127626

She doesn't care when he tells her he sent Krasko to an almost certain death by sending him to the distant past though


 No.127629

File: 6890d0cc2bcd8af⋯.jpg (13.07 KB, 300x218, 150:109, Anthony-Ainley-master-300x….jpg)

£2 to the man who re-scores the bus scene from Rosa with a suitable soundtrack.


 No.127630

>>127628

I think, in the situation, things were just too busy for her to really question it at that time. But the episode was careful to have her explicitly ask him what happened, so I'm thinking she'll bring it up again in a future ep.


 No.127631

>>127630

Weren't they surrounded by sniperbots when she went on her anti-gun rant tho


 No.127632

A__s in the _


 No.127633

>>127631

Her "anti-gun rant" is more nuanced than people say–it's not just that he was using a gun, but that he was running off with no plan besides "shoot 'em up!" (That's why her later reply isn't "brains over bullets!"–she destroyed the robots with a strategy, not just blind violence.) And in that situation, she was telling him "don't do that!" before he went out there, and then a quick "told you so!" when his plan backfired.

In "Rosa", she isn't hunkering down underneath a structure, but a minute or two before a big time-risking event–she doesn't have time to really chastise Ryan, or even think about the implications of what he did.


 No.127634

>>127633

*later reply is


 No.127635

File: ab5850e1ca4eaa6⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 95.62 KB, 647x694, 647:694, Laughing-gallifreyans.jpg)

https://www.newyorker.com/culture/culture-desk/the-music-of-doctor-who-makes-a-glorious-return-to-form

>Gold re-orchestrated the Grainer/Derbyshire theme as a kind of pompous symphonic dance. His relentless underscoring showed a similar debt to John Williams. While many diehard “Doctor Who” fans from the last decade adore Gold’s work, I find it airless, charmless, and far too on the nose. To be fair, Gold is a professional who can write a good melody, and it was undoubtedly a group decision with Davies (and then with the next producer, Steven Moffat) to use music that tells the audience exactly what to feel, from desolate to heroic.

>Back when I was a young fan of Tom Baker, Dudley Simpson offered far less hand-holding than Murray Gold.

>Akinola has more or less restored the theme tune to the original Grainer/Derbyshire conception. Not much remains from Gold’s overstuffed orchestra in the bulk of the underscoring, either. There’s a bit of a heroic “Doctor’s Theme” for the heart-tugging moments, but we couldn’t expect the showrunners to get away from that entirely, could we? Those obvious themes seldom appear: the soundtrack is now usually aimless intervallic tunes, simple drones, and haunting effects. It’s a blessed return to an alien soundscape.

based


 No.127636

>>127635

yas!!! I'm so glad I don't have to feel anything anymore!!!!


 No.127637

File: f9c987d8066fef6⋯.gif (498.22 KB, 245x245, 1:1, 1519499802483.gif)

>mfw I realized The Doctor's Theme is just the Doctor Who Theme in a different key/pitch

>mfw I also realized "Boe" is the Middle Eight in a different key/pitch as well

I hope Moffat brings Marigold over to his Dracula show. I know David Arnold & Michael Price did the music for Sherlock (and they did a great job at that) but Gold is one of the best (maybe even *the* best) composers for a television show ever and as far as I know his schedule is free.


 No.127638

When Doctor was dancing everybody lived, so if Master is dancing, does it mean everybody dies?


 No.127639

File: aefca0df7d9f395⋯.jpg (25.09 KB, 476x348, 119:87, big sad eyes.JPG)

>Give me those big sad eyes, look at me so I know you're not lying


 No.127640

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

And what does it mean if the Moff is dancing?


 No.127641

File: 1a331d29c24bd4f⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 173.52 KB, 1080x506, 540:253, good doctor quote.jpg)

File: b63e3be39322832⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 174.05 KB, 1080x470, 108:47, good doctor quote 2.jpg)

File: f3bc1b91785f3e9⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 86.73 KB, 1074x357, 358:119, good doctor quote 3.jpg)

Here are some dialogue from The Good Doctor, courtesy of Reddit's Discord. Nothing that spoils any twist, but I put it behind spoilers anyway.

Thirteen sounds a bit too quippy here.


 No.127642

>>127641

olives are kino.


 No.127643

>>127641

>tradition, for the sake of tradition, is one of my least favourite things in the whole world

cletuses BTFO


 No.127644

>>127641

olives are shit


 No.127645

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

>>127643

just make it really

what more could you want?


 No.127646

>>127641

Teh doctor of doooom! *holds up olive*


 No.127647

>>127635

I get where he's come from, and I dont mind an ambient soundtrack, but Akinola doesn't seem to do a good job of getting the tone right. (to be fair Gold was occasionally guilty of this too, but usually far better)


 No.127648

File: 12780452ea4ddbb⋯.gif (330.41 KB, 238x266, 17:19, ni.gif)

dwe?


 No.127649

>>127648

TV movie


 No.127650

>>127649

How do you mean?


 No.127651

>>127643

Said the doctor to the aboriginal people of australia


 No.127652

File: 23128322caf2fd5⋯.jpg (38.35 KB, 518x434, 37:31, replacements finally.JPG)

Fucking finally


 No.127653

>>127652

ooh, I like the art on the dvds. How long ago did you send for replacements?


 No.127654

>>127653

1st of Sep, and only 2 weeks after they said I'd originally get them…


 No.127655

>>127654

I'm surprised it's taken this long. I suppose they must have been in a bit of a rush, but even then I'd have expected you to get them a month ago. Ah well, you have them now!


 No.127656

>>127652

>still no upload of this online

I know it would be entitled for me to complain, but ree


 No.127657


 No.127658

File: e5418f9ddd44539⋯.png (351.08 KB, 586x575, 586:575, lozjay-z1.png)

File: 8b8c6a65186c11d⋯.png (165.51 KB, 588x451, 588:451, lozjay-z2.png)

File: 481be3de68a5bfd⋯.png (228.92 KB, 594x532, 297:266, lozjay-z3.png)

File: 6c5b6fe8cf416ca⋯.png (111.81 KB, 603x455, 603:455, lozjay-z4.png)

File: 61baaca938af8a1⋯.png (38.41 KB, 580x169, 580:169, lozjay-z5.png)


 No.127659

File: 85e74225c2e9b0a⋯.png (203.67 KB, 480x318, 80:53, ClipboardImage.png)

dwe?


 No.127660

>>127659

TV movie


 No.127661

File: 6afa58facad489c⋯.jpg (163.24 KB, 1286x722, 643:361, sesska.jpg)

what's she reacting to?


 No.127662

>>127660

have i missed a meme?


 No.127663

File: c6fffbe2a55d0cb⋯.png (187.03 KB, 673x351, 673:351, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….png)

Moff getting clickbaited. Still.


 No.127664

13th the worst Doctor?


 No.127665

THE new series of Doctor Who may have got off to a great start but its old showrunner fears it risks looking cheap.

Steven Moffat was executive producer from 2009 up to the moment Broadchurch creator Chris Chibnall took over the reins last year. The ex-boss believes a lot more money needs to be pumped into the sci-fi classic if it is to ­compete with other big TV shows, particularly in the age of Sky, Amazon Prime and Netflix.

On an episode of the Sitcom Geeks podcast, the ­interviewer told Steven: “My memory of Doctor Who is very much of a piece of cardboard that he is standing behind.”

Steven replied: “That is the big challenge of Doctor Who now… running the risk of looking as cheap now as it did then, ­compared to what the rest of TV is doing, unless they put a whole lot more money into it. And it’s still an inexpensive show.

"A show that ­generates as much money as Doctor Who should be getting more of it back, frankly.”

The show pulled in 9million viewers when it returned to BBC1 with Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor. But by episode three, that number had fallen to 7.3million.

Steven warned that Doctor Who has to compete with the millions invested in TV shows by new ­channels and streaming ­services.

He added: “Television didn’t use to look the way it looks now. When we watch now, we watch something that’s quite often better than cinema.

“Have you have seen the recent Game Of Thrones? I haven’t seen anything in the cinema that matches their battle scenes.”

Steven makes a good point. But I wonder what he did to boost Doctor Who’s budget in the eight years he was boss?


 No.127666

It is the year 7855, and the daring rogue Krasko is taking part in a space heist. The prize is 20 million ultra-cred in precious hyperion stones, enough to buy a planet, or at least put down a hefty down payment. Unfortunately, as the crew is moving in on the freighter, their gravity shields inadvertently bump Asteroid 284996, codename "Rosa Parks", into a nearby pleasure cruise, killing two thousand passengers.


 No.127667

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

>tfw remembering S5 exists


 No.127668

sex gifs


 No.127669

File: 387d28f34d8476a⋯.jpg (353.25 KB, 1800x1200, 3:2, 44716210_1833240480137733_….jpg)


 No.127670

>>127665

>The show pulled in 9million viewers when it returned to BBC1 with Jodie Whittaker as the 13th Doctor. But by episode three, that number had fallen to 7.3million.

BASED. "the ratings" media evisceration begins


 No.127671

when its an era of doctor who you don't like, and it's trying its hardest to appeal to the general public, muh ratings complaining suddenly becomes cool and very very funny


 No.127672

The Blink commentary with Moffat and Marigold is EXTREMELY wholesome if you ever get a chance to listen to it


 No.127673

>>127672

is there a link anywhere to it?


 No.127674

>>127673

Get an account for the megalinks forum, there's a user called Django there who's uploaded bluray rips for all NuWho including bonus features and commentaries to mega.


 No.127675

DWE of someone using your sneed images on /tv/ to post racist shit?


 No.127676

>>127675

posting the flatline monologue and making it sound like trump is saying it


 No.127677

File: 2cdd18dbf46b54d⋯.png (38.14 KB, 600x621, 200:207, 2cd.png)

I don't suppose it really matters now. You are monsters. That is the role you seem determined to play. So it seems I must play mine. The woman that stops the monsters. I'm sending you back to your flyover states. Who knows? Some of you may even survive the trip. And, if you do, remember this. You are not welcome here. This plane is protected. I am Hillary Clinton. And I name you The Deplorables.


 No.127678

>>127675

When someone tries to invent a source for good and it's inevitably turned to evil so the Doctor chews them out.


 No.127679

>>127677

They already exclusively stay in their red states and don't experience the world, that's the whole problem.


 No.127680


 No.127681

>>127679

>implying californians don't stay in their state as well


 No.127682

nilsos in the caravan


 No.127683

we don't serve nilsos


 No.127684

File: a34df0d1a926d3a⋯.png (1023.82 KB, 1010x913, 1010:913, ClipboardImage.png)

just paused at an ebin time


 No.127685

>>127681

From any spot in california you can throw a rock and hit five biomes, three world-famous landmarks, and six different ethnicities. The red states are hopelessly homogenized. The only ones that are any different are Colorado and Louisiana, which are (not by coincidence) the bluest red states in the union.


 No.127686

Could they have gotten away with using the actual N word to show the severity of the racist attitudes at the time?


 No.127687

>>127686

I was sitting there with bated breath the whole time.

It's funny, looking back, that we were exactly right that Graham being a bus driver was going to be directly relevant to the story.


 No.127688

>>127687

let's be honest, he probably wasn't a bus driver until chibnall wrote rosa and decided graham needed something to do


 No.127689

What filming block is arachnids from?


 No.127690

>>127688

It's funny to think that Grace met this old man dying of cancer, and asked if he was like James Blake "the Snake", the racist driver who had Rosa Parks arrested.

And when he said he didn't know, she married him.


 No.127691

>>127688

I find it somewhat unsettling that people tend to forget that Malorie Blackman wrote Rosa.


 No.127692

>>127690

that might be the worst piece of writing in the whole series so far honestly, it's so hard to imagine that interaction happening

>>127691

trust me im not forgetting, im only attributing the bad parts of the episode (such as the bus driver graham thing) to chibnall, im fully confident every good and unsettling part of that episode was written by malorie


 No.127693

I find it somewhat unsettling that people tend to forget that Chris Chibnall co-wrote Rosa with Malorie Blackman.


 No.127694

>>127689

Block 3, we believe.


 No.127695

i support of a gatiss showrunner


 No.127696

File: 9445d2983c9697a⋯.jpg (38.31 KB, 576x337, 576:337, DocY1dvW4AA-abY-576x337.jpg)

>>127690

>What do you do for a living?

>Oh, I work filling orders at a school book depository.


 No.127697

>>127641

Books released during a Doctor's first series are useless for characterisation. This reads like 11.


 No.127698

File: ef9c41877fd08a1⋯.jpg (104.75 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

don't disturb morph, he's…

…morph? w-what are you doing?


 No.127699

>>127697

It really does read like 11. Thirteen was only like that, MAYBE, in the post-regen manic state.


 No.127700

>the first episode of a doctor has them intentionally act completely out of character

Why do they do this? It severely muddies first opinions


 No.127701

>>127700

It's just tradition. Thirteen's post-regen wasn't even really that bad.


 No.127702

>>127701

Tradition for the sake of tradition is one of my least favourite things in the whole world.


 No.127703

>>127700

The idea is that by the climax of the story they've "come into their own", so it's the payoff to the suspense of what they're going to be like. Eleventh Hour didn't bother much with this though.


 No.127704

>>127703

Yet one more reason the Eleventh Hour is one of the best first episodes ever


 No.127705

Samuel Anderson


 No.127706

>>127705

gets more flak than he deserves for portraying an introverted character

not everyone needs to be big emotions and super expressive like a high school drama class


 No.127707

>>127706

>not everyone needs to be big emotions and super expressive like a high school drama class

What exactly are you implying?


 No.127708

>Your attitudes belong in the past

Doesn't that sentiment imply that those attitudes are acceptable in the right circumstances, as opposed to outright condemning them as unacceptable?


 No.127709

File: 92879da93a7fcd6⋯.jpg (8.91 KB, 1002x1069, 1002:1069, 5bcf22feee4c3.jpg)


 No.127710


 No.127711

>>127710

Are you accusing Anderson's co-stars of acting like they're in a high school drama class?


 No.127712

um, people don't speak in poetry in REAL LIFE!!!!!!!!!!!!, moff is SHIT!!!!!


 No.127713

>>127711

I was using hyperbole as a means of rhetoric to characterise the "normal" opinion where people seemingly require performing with a certain level of emotive range to be considered a "good" actor, when depending on a character's personality type it may be perfectly valid for them to not be particularly expressive.


 No.127714

It should be pointed out that Juno Dawson explicitly said she just wrote the various Doctors as "the Doctor". This isn't necessarily a bad thing, but Thirteen's a pretty nuanced incarnation, and writing her like a normal NuWho Doctor risks a 10 or 11 clone. (She's closer to a mix of 8's straightforwardness and honest joy with some of 5's calmness, mixed with some of 9's fiercedness. Quips about olives isn't really her style.)

However, these are just a few lines in a whole book. Too early to judge.

>>127706

>gets more flak than he deserves for portraying an introverted character

Danny's also legitimately repressed and has trauma. It's just…Samuel could have been allowed to add a bit more charisma. Honestly, Series 8 needed a "12th Doctor with Danny" ep without Clara, and we might feel about Danny differently. Danny never really got a focus (in part because this series is sort of from Clara's view, and she never fully focused on him.)

>not everyone needs to be big emotions and super expressive like a high school drama class

I think a lot of the complaints about Jodie's performance of 13 is due to this, incidentally. Where 10 or 11 or even 12 might have gone dramatic, Jodie plays Thirteen as being quick and to-the-point, without much fanfare. I think this gives some audiences the feeling that "something's missing" with 13.


 No.127715

>>127714

>Thirteen's a pretty nuanced incarnation, and writing her like a normal NuWho Doctor risks a 10 or 11 clone

Immigrant I love you but sometimes you really make me laugh


 No.127716

>>127714

A quirk of 13's I'm starting to notice is she'll get hooked on a word or a sentence structure and repeat it. Listen to how she uses "traces of artron energy" in Rosa, every time hitting it with the exact same rhythm and cadence, like it's a refrain. I think this is where some of the concern about her asking questions out loud comes from, she'll put a topic into the rotation and hit it two or three times in the same way as she's going along.


 No.127717

Best moments of Rosa:

>The Doctor sincerely giving her companions the opportunity to go back to the TARDIS and stay out of trouble when she realises what she's dragged them into, but the companions decide to stay (Ryan in particular noting that he can make it a few hours if other black people have to spend the rest of their lives there). This is a conversation we have never seen in Doctor Who before.

>Ryan asks Rosa if he can join the fight, and she asks him if he's a spy for the police or FBI. This is probably the only point in the episode where institutional authority is accused rather than quietly excused, and there is a clear sense of Rosa as someone involved with a resistance (rather than a lone wolf who happens to be mates with MLK).


 No.127718

thoughts on Clara's theme?


 No.127719

>>127715

I know how it sounds. But she's actually not just like Ten—she's less haughty, and more matter-of-fact.

>>127716

Can't tell if that's an intentional quirk of 13's, or just a side effect of these early eps being some of the first that were filmed (unlike with previous Doctors. Eleventh Hour was filmed after the actors had gone through filming some other eps for experience, amoung other reasons.)

>>127717

13 acknowledging the dangers of the time period is another nuance.

>>127718

Very soothing.


 No.127720

>>127717

I don't think episode is very pro-police. Fair point Gig made about "not all cops" line by Yaz but that scene in the motel presented a cop like a pure evil, with a very sinister score playing.

As for the scene, I agree 100%, that was very nice, wish it was longer.


 No.127721

>>127720

Not once does Yaz excuse the racist cops, and it's not like "good cops who don't resort to violence first" don't exist, despite the systemic faults. Also, the entire Alabama police is a constant threat of the episode, as an institution.

>As for the scene, I agree 100%, that was very nice, wish it was longer.

I believe some scenes of that got deleted. Might show up on the Blu-ray, i reckon.


 No.127722

>>127718

Never been a fan of it, definitely my least favourite companion theme of marigold's

The melody feels too "deliberate" and simple. Something about the tempo and general repetitiveness that's present.

Of the part of the theme that gets reused, there's only really two short phrases, and they both just get repeated a lot. Many of the issues with the theme are similar to the problems with IATD, just with a lower magnitude of severity.

Much prefer the more nuanced ethereal themes of amy, martha and rose


 No.127723

>>127720

Does the episode have a single positive depiction of the police force? The fact we know yas is a police officer never becomes relevant to the plot, outside of one "hey I'm not like that" line which only serves to distance her from how the police are being portrayed


 No.127724

>>127721

All true, I just meant to say that in my opinion there's very few stuff that can be interpreted as institutional authority apology and in that regard this ep didn't fall into some obvious traps.


 No.127725

File: a79f2036e027488⋯.webm (5.63 MB, 852x480, 71:40, billclala.webm)

Reminder this is the best use of Clara's theme.


 No.127726

>>127723

One day, I hope some part of the EU does a crossover between early-S8 "I HATE DA POLICE" 12th Doctor and Yaz.

>>127724

True. This ep did a lot of things right.


 No.127727

>>127725

but imagine, just imagine if segun ever used this type of melodic storytelling


 No.127728

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>127727

what you dont call this melodic storytelling?


 No.127729

>>127728

>when they used this uplifting hopeful theme while 13 was scolding ryan for using a gun


 No.127730

File: db762bd769d9b93⋯.jpg (75.31 KB, 750x755, 150:151, w0j9r1utl7o11.jpg)


 No.127731

File: 31c2335657fa487⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 681.31 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, afittingtitle.jpg)

Sometimes Big Finish actually is timely.


 No.127732

File: 5125cdde1609f7c⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 179.17 KB, 600x600, 1:1, beepthemeep_image_large.png)

Sometimes Big Finish actually is memey.


 No.127733

I'd like to turn a certain trip's bedroom into a "Scream Fortress" if you know what I mean.


 No.127734

My wife loves Sinatra!


 No.127735

>>127733

Kitty got claws


 No.127736

Destroy the Infinite!


 No.127737

File: 939277eb67fa72e⋯.png (38.67 KB, 512x512, 1:1, twitter-bird-png-8.png)


 No.127738


 No.127739

I'd like to be the "spy" to a certain trip's "sniper" if you know what I mean.


 No.127740

>>127737

twitter flag when?


 No.127741

Finally saw Rosa and from what I was reading on previous threads I thought it'd be really bad.

I actually really liked it, the pop song on the bus and credits was a little much but other than that it was definitely my favourite of the season


 No.127742

>>127741

>it was definitely my favourite of the season

Is that a high bar?


 No.127743

>>127741

Those are basically my thoughts as well


 No.127744

Predict Arachnids in the UK overnight ratings


 No.127745

>>127744

2 people


 No.127746

>>127739

you'd like to sneak up from behind and stick something in him?


 No.127747

>>127742

Haha no not at all. It was a bit better than The Ghost Monument. Fuck the series opener.

I mean, for what it was, it was pretty solid. I can't really think of much flaws.

I loved the "doo-wop" 50's popish music at about 2:50mins into the epzode, reminded me of Delta and the Bannerman, which helped my mood going into it, heh.

>>127743

Glad I'm not the only one :)


 No.127748


 No.127749

>>127725

>>127727

>Turn Left

>People being loaded onto trucks and sent to camps

>Cybermen theme plays

What did they mean by this?


 No.127750


 No.127751

>>127741

I had psyched myself up for something truly devastatingly awful, Twin Dilemma-tier, and was therefore hugely relieved


 No.127752

I had psyched myself up for Nilso being het, and was therefore hugely relieved


 No.127753

>>127744

48 people, 6 of whom it will emerge were actually just dead and had left the TV on.

Low to mid single digits AI figures.


 No.127754

GB added a chat room with their big revamp and only 3 people are using it.


 No.127755

>>127751

Yeah, I tried not to do that…it still happened anyway but I do think leaving it a few days after seeing the threads and cooling off a bit, it really helps.

I feel really weird saying this but I am actually starting to enjoy this series. The writing seems to have settled down and is more comfortable, but idk how much is owed to Blackmans' writing.

Even if the whole series stays as good as Rosa, I'd be pretty happy.


 No.127756

>>127750

Rosa got 6.39m

Do you really not expect any decline?


 No.127757

on the rumour mill today: a new animated missing doctor who episode will be shown at Missing Believed Wiped in december. likely macra or evil as paul vanezis was spotted filming what appears to be a dvd special feature for evil of the daleks


 No.127758

I expect high 5s

Like 5.9 or 5.8


 No.127759

>>127756

No. Good word of mouth about Rosa will bump up episode 4.


 No.127760

>>127757

It's Evil.


 No.127761

>>127759

Oh that’s an interesting thought


 No.127762

I'm going through Classic Who with someone new to Doctor Who, we've been skipping the lost recon serial things, so I don't bore him with them.

I was wondering how good are the recons/surviving audio stuff and are there any particular standouts that would give me an idea of what they are like?


 No.127763

Moffat: ruin Weeping Angels by showing them move

Chibnall: ruin Weeping Angels by turning them into a gun


 No.127764

>>127757

Either of those would be GOAT but I think it entirely depends on how they're animated. The Invasion's animation is quite good but the animation for The Tenth Planet/Power of the Daleks is really poor.


 No.127765

>>127763

Like a gun that shoots Weeping Angels? Or a gun that only fires when nobody's observing it?


 No.127766

>>127765

A gun that sends things to another time


 No.127767

>>127766

Now you mention it…if displacing things in time creates energy that Angels feed on, that gun must be a fucking magnet for Angels.


 No.127768

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

25 hours until world enough and time


 No.127769

>>127768

>yfw the moment that shocked her so much she nearly jumped up out of the frame is Missy dabbing.


 No.127770

File: 9bdfa28fd6a446e⋯.png (576.2 KB, 601x583, 601:583, sesska book.png)


 No.127771

>>127769

It'll be the snow fakeout


 No.127772

Just found the Time of the Doctor figure set (11th doctor figure with swappable heads, to 12 and also old man 11), for only £10. I thought this was pretty rare? Or, well, not so easily attainable these days at least.


 No.127773

File: 7d9dd30a2d909b4⋯.png (671.15 KB, 685x687, 685:687, sesska sonic.png)


 No.127774

>>127772

Sounds pretty cheap for something that's surely been out of production for years now


 No.127775

sesska floating the idea of doing big finish reactions or reviews


 No.127776

>>127762

Get the official BBC released audios with a related actor voicing the action, they are much better than the recons. Some standouts are Fury from the Deep, the Celestial Toymaker and the trilogy of The Myth Makers, The Daleks Master Plan and the Massacre


 No.127777

File: d40449964eac766⋯.jpg (98.06 KB, 601x583, 601:583, soytrips.jpg)


 No.127778

>>127777

based quads


 No.127779

File: cc91f12badbd7a1⋯.png (1.09 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, origin.png)

The photopraph which was the original source of inspiration for Jodie's costume.


 No.127780

>>127775

How would she even do that?

>>127762

Some of stories on the googledrive like Master Plan and Evil are animated very roughly. Not every story has that treatment, though


 No.127781

>>127777

Can't wait to see her face when she gets to the Adric/Adam fic


 No.127782


 No.127783

neo


 No.127784

>>127727

Maybe?

Marigold didn't start out that well at it.

I do think that if we get a Multi-Doctor episode we'll hear snippets of 'The Doctor's Theme', 'The Doctor Forever', 'I Am The Doctor' or 'A Good Man' depending on if it's 9, 10, 11 or 12.

Perhaps 'A Shepherd's Boy' since that leitmotif's come up in two Multi-Doctor episodes.

Whether they'd be covers done by Segun or just the originals is another question.


 No.127785

>>127781

yfw sesska's secretly a fujo


 No.127786

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.127787

>>127785

A fujo wouldn't like that fic


 No.127788

File: 70cf9fcf112412b⋯.png (329.45 KB, 492x511, 492:511, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….png)

>>127786

>stars are where she came from, chain is the journey, and the rose gold hand represents humanity

lore


 No.127789

File: bbf650776eaa1d2⋯.jpg (120.68 KB, 1280x640, 2:1, mpv-shot0018.jpg)

>the sleeve linings are violet to represent the suffragettes


 No.127790

Brilliant! Rosa Parks! Lovely to meet you, Rosa Parks. Big fan.


 No.127791

File: 9588dfb8e8f9362⋯.png (289.35 KB, 493x440, 493:440, boomer halloween.png)

DWE?


 No.127792

>>127791

I don't precisely know the answer, but I know it needs to eat my salad…


 No.127793

>>127791

wtf i love boomers now

American cultural imperialism is bad


 No.127794

>>127788

Is this the logical evolution from JNT's question marks?


 No.127795

File: 9c72d9737eb601b⋯.webm (419.19 KB, 960x480, 2:1, parks rosa parks.webm)


 No.127796

>>127793

halloween is a positive local community event

out of all the valid americanizations to complain about, halloween isn't one of them


 No.127797

>>127757

It's Evil.

>>127783

Yes.


 No.127798

Reading THE GOOD DOCTOR already

AMA


 No.127799

>>127795

Did she actually respond to "what's your name" with "mrs", and only clarified with her actual name after a pause?


 No.127800


 No.127801

File: 95b3ce97d5cd5e6⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 4.95 KB, 220x229, 220:229, mad2.jpg)

Ahem.

ITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVILITSEVIL


 No.127802

>>127796

Agreed in general, but I do see that in the particular case of Australia and other southern nations and cultures, it would have a very different feel, as down there it's a spring holiday, not a fall holiday.


 No.127803

Episode idea #1 - The Doctor and her companions go back to 1756 and help Lydia Taft to become the first woman to vote. Their enemy is a chauvinist movement leader from the future who wants to sabotage women's rights, because he was rejected on prom night.

Episode idea #2 - The gang arrives in the year 7568 on a space colony, where the government of old white men punish homosexuality, because they want to raise the population to wage war against their enemies in 50 years. The Doctor saves the colony by turning the whole government homosexual, so they reconsider their politics.

Episode idea #3 - The Doctor and the gang go back to 2004 to help Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon get married as the first lesbian couple. During their adventure they manage to also turn them black, with the help of Bill who they bring back for a 5 minute cameo as the lesbian godess of the universe.

​Episode idea #4 - In 2001, the Doctor and her companions arrive on the planes that will fly into the WTC. They uncover a conspiracy, where the muslim attackers are actually robots that were made by aliens. This is so they can feed off the "conflict energy" from the ensuing war on the Middle East. They stop their plans by changing history and establishing world peace.

Of course we will need as many historical inaccuracies and on the nose social commentaries as we can cram in an episode. The episodes should be as blunt as possible with their attempts to teach the viewer the ways of social justice. This doesn't sound like Doctor Who at all? Well too bad.


 No.127804

>>127799

No, she was responding to a "Miss…?"


 No.127805


 No.127806

>>127803

>Bill who they bring back for a 5 minute cameo as the lesbian godess of the universe.

>​Episode idea #4 - In 2001, the Doctor and her companions arrive on the planes that will fly into the WTC. They uncover a conspiracy, where the muslim attackers are actually robots that were made by aliens. This is so they can feed off the "conflict energy" from the ensuing war on the Middle East. They stop their plans by changing history and establishing world peace.

These both would actually be killer OOEU stories. Lesbian Goddess Bill in particular has Obverse written all over it.


 No.127807


 No.127808

>>127807

removed :(


 No.127809

>>127806

What if Nazis were not evil, they were in fact Robots pretending to be Nazis


 No.127810

Let's make Chibnall's life a living hell. On second thought, scrap that bit about life.


 No.127811

>>127802

autumn hardly exists in australia due to all the evergreen trees anyway


 No.127812

>>127809

But they're still going around EX-TER-MIN-ATEing people?

Unless it was a Tesselecta joke, in which case, fair cop, it was 50/50.


 No.127813

That's right, keep your spirits up. Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Clara Cla

twelve.exe has stopped working


 No.127814

morph likes ed sheeran


 No.127815

File: 4129125ede6a2e0⋯.jpeg (14.86 KB, 187x232, 187:232, Cip_3vvWsAAh4kY.jpg-large….jpeg)

>‘He’s lost his phone,’ said Yaz. ‘Again.’

>‘Oh Ryan! Mate!’ Graham sighed. ‘You only got that last week.’

>‘I know! I know!’ He was absolutely terrible with phones. He often wondered if he was cursed. He remembered his nan had once lent him some money to get a new one when he’d dropped the last one in the bath while taking a … well, the less said about that the better.


 No.127816

Ed Sheeran did Taylor


 No.127817

>>127814

morphs not on the a team


 No.127818

File: 31c2335657fa487⋯.jpg (681.31 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, afittingtitle.jpg)

Good idea.


 No.127819

>>127815

who was he sending nudes to?


 No.127820

>>127806

>>127803

>>127812

What if Alien Robots made people homosexual so they could feed conflict energy coming from Tories


 No.127821

File: 3b3856b2f6c745e⋯.png (186.98 KB, 396x367, 396:367, The Doctor seriously consi….png)

>>127815

>in the bathtub

>without having gotten the waterpoof model


 No.127822

>>127821

>waterpoof


 No.127823

Get an account for the megalinks forum, there's a user called Django there who's uploaded bluray rips for all NuWho including bonus features and commentaries to mega.


 No.127824

>>127815

The writer did capture their voices correctly

Ryan is unsympathetic

Yaz say things like "no way"

Graham spat boomer jokes


 No.127825

>>127822

Waiiiiit a minute, when british people say "in the bath", what precisely do they mean? Because over here that means literally in the tub.


 No.127826


 No.127827

>>127825

triggered


 No.127828

>>127821

I'm sure you've done silly things when you're horny too anon


 No.127829

Brilliant! Chris Chibnall! Lovely to meet you, Chris Chibnall. Big fan.


 No.127830

>>127828

Oh most definitely, but I never took a phone into a dangerous situation when I did it.

Anyways, how big are we thinking?


 No.127831

File: c52f072c3b6840e⋯.png (341.38 KB, 632x636, 158:159, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….png)


 No.127832

>>127823

Cuck off!


 No.127833

>>127829

>I'm a huge fan of all your stories: Terror of the Autons, Brain of Morbius, The Deadly Assassin…


 No.127834

In the latest Eruditorium Press podcast, two whiteys claim Rosa Parks didn't really do anything worthwhile.


 No.127835

how big are we thinking what is?


 No.127836

Does Ryan have a job?


 No.127837

>>127829

>I really liked Timelash and Mark of the Rani!


 No.127838

>>127836

he says in episode 1 he has some factory job but he hates it


 No.127839

>>127836

he's a warehouse worker


 No.127840

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Look Morph, Ed Sheeran did a song with a black man! From his appearance I believe this is Mr. Death Grips, whose work I enjoy very much. Perhaps we could bond over this song? Would love to get to know you!

Cheers, Nilso


 No.127841

>>127838

>>127839

Should dyspraxoids be allowed to work in a warehouse?


 No.127842

>>127838

>>127839

Don't factory workers need hand coordination?


 No.127843

>>127834

Rent free.


 No.127844


 No.127845

>>127842

>>127841

depends what he's doing in the warehouse

for all we know he just checks stock levels or something


 No.127846

Hanging out with Morph, heard he's in fucking custody.

Hahaha!


 No.127847

File: 2318d52e5c3d689⋯.jpg (44.27 KB, 850x559, 850:559, mike.jpg)

>>127842

>>127841

Not without a lifting belt.


 No.127848

>>127834

Not directly, but she helped as an example, so MLK could push his agenda


 No.127849

In the latest /who/ cares podcast, four whiteys claim Rosa Parks didn't really do anything worthwhile.


 No.127850

>>127849

>four whiteys


 No.127851

>>127845

research suggests that 52% of children with dyslexia have features of dyspraxia


 No.127852

>>127849

>british people

>"white"


 No.127853

In the latest /who/ cares podcast, four mayoids claim Rosa Parks didn't really do anything worthwhile.


 No.127854

>>127849

>four whiteys

I have something to tell you, anon…


 No.127855

>>127849

>four whiteys

oh no no no ahahahahahaha


 No.127856

File: 6c618961a65c27c⋯.jpg (81.37 KB, 650x551, 650:551, L O O O O O O O O O O O O ….jpg)

>Looms will not be made canon this series

>this series


 No.127857

File: e56b2ee223930cb⋯.png (111.14 KB, 640x640, 1:1, fin.png)


 No.127858

The European Union commissioners have announced that an agreement has been reached to adopt English as the preferred language for European communications (rather than German, which was the other possibility).

As part of the negotiations, the British government conceded that English spelling had some room for improvement and has accepted a five-year phased plan for what will be known as EuroEnglish (Euro for short).

In the first year, "s" will be used instead of the soft "c". Sertainly, sivil servants will resieve this news with joy. Also, the hard "c" will be replaced with "k". Not only will this klear up konfusion, but keyboards kan have one less letter.

There will be growing publik enthusiasm in the sekond year, when the troublesome "ph" will be replaced by "f". This will make words like "fotograf" and "fosforous" up to 20 persent shorter.

In the third year, publik akseptanse of the new spelling kan be expekted to reach the stage where more komplikated changes are possible. Governments wil enkourage the removal of double leters, which have always ben a deterent to akurate speling. Also, al wil agre that the horible mes of silent "e"s in the languag is disgrasful, and they would go.

By the fourth year, peopl wil be reseptiv to steps such as replasing "th" by "z" and "w" by "v".

During ze fifz year, ze unesesary "o" kan be dropd from vords kontaining "ou", and similar changes vud of kors be aplied to ozer kombinations of leters.

After zis fifz yer, ve vil hav a sensibl riten styl. Zer vil be no mor trubls or difikultis and evrivun vil find it ezi tu understand ech ozer. Zen ze drem vil hav finali kum tru.


 No.127859

>>127857

>“I’m assuming Jodie Whittaker Doctor Who, not Tom Backer Doctor Who,” Ball quipped.


 No.127860

>>127857

>“It’s nice because we’re playing with the routine a little bit. We’re looking at the fact that she’s the first female Doctor, she’s fierce, she’s her own independent woman, she’s got it going on, so we’re trying to incorporate that. It’s exciting.”

>The pair will be performing the tango to the Doctor Who theme tune.

>“It’s actually a bit of role reversal,” Clifton said. “Because she’s the first female to play what has been a male role for so many years, we’re actually playing with that within our Tango. Stacey’s going to be dancing some of the male roles and I’ll be dancing the female roles.”

Damn…


 No.127861

>>127858

Evilish, but makes sense


 No.127862

>>127860

more inventive than Series 11


 No.127863

>>127803

based. I wanna see all of these episodes


 No.127864

>>127857

>Stacey Dooley and Kevin Clifton will perform the Tango to the Doctor Who Theme

kino


 No.127865

>>127791

>australians hate halloween

>aussies hate the irish?

>aussie irish war when?

the country that lost a war against the emus versus the ira is what i wanna see


 No.127866

>>127864

>perform the Tango to the Doctor Who Theme

that is better than current theme

<why live?


 No.127867

File: 0cf0931a54b376b⋯.jpg (37.23 KB, 420x380, 21:19, ProfessorZaroff.jpg)

>>127858

Nuzzing in ze vorld kan stop me nau!


 No.127868

>>127865

Deadliest Warrior IRA versus Taliban was one of the funniest episodes they ever did, not least of all because they conspicuously refused to say how the "civilian experts" were so familiar with the weapons and tactics of the groups they were representing.


 No.127869

>>127868

>IRA

Reminder they would prefer to have muslims in Ireland instead of Brits


 No.127870

>>127869

yeah i know, they're so based


 No.127871

>>127869

And Brits would rather have Muslims in Ireland than Irish.


 No.127872

>>127869

>Brits: Responsible for the deaths of over a million irish people in a span of like 30-40 years

>Muslims: tried to help Ireland through charity.

>Brits: Found out the Ottoman Muslims were sending money/food over and sent the navy to stop them

hmmmmm I wonder why


 No.127873

>>127872

Bygones


 No.127874

File: 5f5bb67cd5ebb91⋯.jpg (67.21 KB, 640x960, 2:3, 7c5b1649c43ed975441b37c819….jpg)

>The Doctor arrives in a hospital in the far future, where a gender-twisted "man" named Jeremeen is about to give birth - but a scan reveals the baby is none other than a terrifying intergalactic parasite known as the Britzit. Can the Doctor, Ryan, Yaz and Graham convince Jeremeen to make the right decision, terminate the pregnancy, and save all of society before it's too late?

>Episode 5: A Man In Labour

>By Chris Chibnall and acclaimed author/screenwriter J.K. Rowling


 No.127875

BILL: So, what are the rules?

DOCTOR: Rules?

BILL: Yeah. Travelling to the past, There's got to be rules. If I step on a butterfly, it could send ripples through time that mean I'm not even born in the first place and I could just disappear.

DOCTOR: Definitely. I mean, that's what happened to Pete.

BILL: Pete?

DOCTOR: Your friend, Pete. He was standing there a moment ago, but he stepped on a butterfly and now you don't even remember him.

BILL: Shut up! I'm being serious!

DOCTOR: Yeah, so was Pete.

BILL: You know what I mean. Every choice I make in this moment, here and now, could change the whole future.

DOCTOR: Exactly like every other day of your life. The only thing to do is to stop worrying about it.

BILL: Hmm. Okay. If you say so.

DOCTOR: Pete's stopped worrying.


 No.127876

>>127874

err…


 No.127877

I don't get it, is Brexit a good thing or a bad thing?


 No.127878

>>127877

Had some benefits in theory but the negotiations are fucked


 No.127879


 No.127880

>>127878

racist


 No.127881

>>127674

>>127672

any other nuWho commentaries worth listening to?


 No.127882

>>127877

It might have been okay if the people that wanted it had any power. As it is, the government only did the vote because they wanted to shut up Nigel Farage and his group and didn’t actually think it would happen so now they’re forced to do it. Nigel is so happy it’s happening that he’s getting his children German passports


 No.127883

>>127881

Tennant, Agyemen and Barrowman on The Last of the Time Lords is comfy.


 No.127884

>>127877

It will almost certainly be a bad thing, principally thanks to the moral bankruptcy and incompetence of the people making it happen. But there's a certain cross-section of centrists who are completely blind to absolutely everything else in British politics that isn't BREXIT BAD, and also blame Brexit on Corbyn because he's too busy being an actual left-winger to join them.


 No.127885

>>127881

Any with Moffat, RTD, Julie Gardner or Tennant. Silence in the Library has those three that aren’t RTD and Rose there are several with RTD and Julie


 No.127886

>>127877

It's kind of a neither thing. But how they're going about it is gonna fuck the uk in the ass. I guarantee we're gonna see no deal


 No.127887

File: e834244d8552454⋯.jpg (79.4 KB, 500x444, 125:111, The_New_Adventures_of_Bern….jpg)

Thoughts on this?


 No.127888

>>127887

less canon than Queen Nilso


 No.127889

Who here knows the most about India?


 No.127890

>>127889

probably not me, but what are you asking about specifcally? Indian history?


 No.127891

yfw krasko saying "your kind" was actually referring to the human race, and trying to stop rosa parks was trying to prevent what ultimately becomes world peace in the far future


 No.127892

>>127889

Looking for a designated expert?


 No.127893

>>127890

Indian cuisine.

>>127892

Fuck off.


 No.127894

>>127892

hey! that is my joke


 No.127895

>>127891

he meant dyspraxoids


 No.127896

Am I addressing the Chib?


 No.127897

>>127893

I know the verbal end of indian cuisine. For example, rather than "eating" indian food, you "murder" it.


 No.127898

>>127551

The good Doctor sounds absolutely fucking kino and the others sound alright


 No.127899

>>127551

Now that we know the gang

we should make a makeshift

ST 2.75 "/who/ writes Jodie better that Chibbers"

featuring only current team>Immig


 No.127900

tfw ryan will never send you bathtub nudes


 No.127901

The Good Doctor

does not feature pre title sequence

:(


 No.127902

Just a friendly reminder for those concerned:

10/26: DW 10x11

11/2: DW 10x12

11/9: DW Xmas

11/16: DW S10 Review

12/1: Doctor Who December Begins

There's a brief break for DW Videos before DW December starts. But you'll survive it. I have faith in you.


 No.127903


 No.127904

>>127902

Sesska reacting to TUAT is our 9/11


 No.127905

>>127551

The good Doctor sounds absolutely fucking kino and the others sound alright


 No.127906


 No.127907

>>127899

This is a good idea, seconding this.


 No.127908

>>127899

What, rewrite all the episodes?


 No.127909

>>127908

no, write your own original short trip with the current team, but adding heart and depth


 No.127910

File: 1dfb9da04b2e753⋯.jpg (61.01 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, comic-book-guy-internet-ki….jpg)

Who is his favourite Doctor? What's his favourite story? What alien/monster is his favourite?


 No.127911

>>127910

8Th

TVM

Roberts Master


 No.127912

>>127910

Favorite doctor is 4, favorite story is Genesis, favorite monster is the Cybermen, and he's also definitely Ian Levine.


 No.127913

>>127910

7

Earthshock

Wendigo


 No.127914

>>127911

He was excited for a Doctor Who marathon so I doubt 8 is his favorite. I’d go with 4 just because he’s the one that always shows up on the Simpsons


 No.127915

>>127910

12th

Lake/Flood

Fisherking


 No.127916

File: ce616172eae69a6⋯.jpg (39.21 KB, 791x698, 791:698, sesska spin.jpg)

>new sesska video uploaded

>it's a reupload of the previous broadchurches

don't do this to me wtf


 No.127917

>>127887

I can't speak for the follow-up box sets (apart from the Sutekh one which I didn't like much), but I quite enjoyed this first one. It's got a nice variety of fun romps and seriousness, it's got an experimental mind fuck story in it, and it's very concerned with character stuff. An interesting take on the "Time Lord Ace" thing as well.


 No.127918

>>127917

I bought this one, but I found the first one was so bland, almost filler, that I did not continue

Which one is the mind fuck?


 No.127919

The Doctor in the TARDIS doesn't know, doesn't know!


 No.127920

>>127919

wasn't it doctor and the tardis?


 No.127921

>>127918

The third episode of the four. You probably shouldn't skip straight to it though.


 No.127922

>>127920

No, it was in. You can see this thread from 2010 discussing fantheories around the line https://www.reddit.com/r/doctorwho/comments/cexdv/the_doctor_in_the_tardis_doesnt_know/


 No.127923


 No.127924

File: 5825ff0918abcb0⋯.png (1.04 MB, 744x681, 248:227, 13 figure.png)

Just got pic related, but the knee joints are really loose, so she falls over a lot. Anyone else got the same figure? If so, are the knee joints pretty loose on yours too?


 No.127925

>>127924

Do the joints have any kind of physical screw that's able to be tightened?


 No.127926

>>127925

>>127924

If they aren't, get some floor polish. If you're in the US, get Pledge Floor Care Finish, or any other Pledge product with Future in it. I don't know if it's available in the rest of the world but I suspect it is. Get a bit of that in a dropper or on a brush, and get it into the joint. Make sure to work the joint a bit as it settles in.


 No.127927

>>127925

Not that I can currently see. I just went and skimmed through some review videos (which I probably should've done before asking…) and it seems like it's a common complaint. There's a good range of motion, but it's hard to keep her standing in any sort of interesting pose because if the legs are slightly bent at all, they'll go all the way and she'll just tip over.

>>127926

Thank you anon, I'll keep this in mind. Not sure how or where I want to display her just yet, but once I get that figured out, I'll look into a solution like that if it's needed.

It's a really good figure, despite this one issue. I wish they'd make a whole line of these for all the Doctors, even if it was just a limited release.


 No.127928

>>127927

I would kill for a line of really good Doctor figures. The five inch stuff is just atrocious in paint, molding, and articulation.

Anyways, the floor polish trick just tightens up the joints all-round, it's very similar to the superglue trick only not nearly so risky, chemically speaking. Plus, a single bottle will last you forever, unless you start doing something crazy with it like washing and finishing your floors.


 No.127929

>>127928

There are good figures out there, like the Big Chief Studios ones, but they're ridiculously expensive… and the likeness isn't actually as good as the price would suggest. This figure isn't quite as detailed as those ones, but it looks a lot like Jodie (albeit stylised) and has great articulation aside from the loose knees. The clothes are great, too. You can take the coat off entirely (or, all of the clothes, if you're so inclined.) and they've even got good attention to detail with her shirt underneath. And it's only like £20, instead of the £230 that the BCS figures are. I would be so happy if this figure is popular enough for them to consider a release of the other Doctors. I agree about the 5.5" figures, they're pretty awful, and too expensive for their size and quality.

I'll definitely look into getting some floor polish, though. This figure has, like I said, really good articulation, but it's hard to make the most of it when she falls over every three seconds.

>unless you start doing something crazy with it like washing and finishing your floors

Using a product for its intended purpose? I would never.


 No.127930

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

oh no no no ahahahaHAHAHAHAHAAHAHAHA


 No.127931

>>127930

add new


 No.127932

>>127930

more kino less viewers


 No.127933

>>127929

Honestly, my number one choice would be Hasbro. Wouldn't happen as it's too small for them, but it would be great.

Slightly more likely, since they like to experiment with international licenses, would be a company like Bandai or Medicom doing some SH Figuarts or MAFEX figures. That would be so sweet.


 No.127934

File: 6f10efec20f613c⋯.jpg (183.39 KB, 765x1020, 3:4, shrunken-tardis-expansion-….jpg)


 No.127935

>>127934

Reminder that the hand was a hand double


 No.127936

>>127935

>>127934

>hand not included


 No.127937

File: ba80588f508205f⋯.jpg (293.3 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….jpg)

>Moffat: "Hello Outpost Gallifrey. This is the line I stuck in for all those, er, happy people on that forum who were complaining, 'the windows are the wrong sized!'" [Moffat cackling] "As indeed, us rabid afficianados know: *technically* they are."

this really is comfy as fuck. A perfect commentary track for a perfect episode, are there any more with Marigold and/or Moffat worth listening to? Did he ever do any commentaries with Capaldi/Coleman? or Smith? I feel like those would be just as comfy


 No.127938

>>127933

One can dream, anon. I hope that the popularity of the show right now might encourage them to branch out a little with merchandise, and make stuff for older eras too… but it's unlikely, and that makes me sad.

>>127934

>>127936

The hand will cost you £230.


 No.127939

>>127938

>The hand will cost you £230.

they would use in lewd functions


 No.127940

File: bb1085241200c55⋯.jpg (298.74 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….jpg)

what's the aspect ratio of Series 1-4? It's supposedly in 16:9 but there are thin pillarboxes on the side. It looks like it's caused by the shitty lenses they used and they weren't cropped out of the frame, but idk


 No.127941

File: d272e00b99ec1f2⋯.jpg (763.11 KB, 1873x1072, 1873:1072, blinkcropped.jpg)

>>127940

this is after I cropped the pillarboxes out


 No.127942

>>127937

Moffat did Silence in the Library with David and Julie, as well as a series 5 episode. Probably the Eleventh Hour or one of the finale episodes.


 No.127943

>>127937

Marigold is on Human Nature with Cornell and some others.

Moffat has great commentaries with Karen Gillan and Pearl Mackie on Time of Angels and The Pilot, respectively.


 No.127944

>>127919

And it was the consequences of his regeneration story the whole time

Utter kino


 No.127945

>>127940

It's because they filmed on literal BetaMax


 No.127946

Can we make a list of the best companion teasers?


 No.127947

gigs a kinsey 5


 No.127948

nilso a galaxy 5


 No.127949

>>127948

nilsos the polar opposite of a drahvin


 No.127950


 No.127951


 No.127952

>>127948

nilso's a galaxy note


 No.127953

Chibnall and the BBC got pipe bombs in the mail


 No.127954

>>127953

naughty naughty neo


 No.127955

Redpill me on Space Pirates


 No.127956


 No.127957

>>127955

People don't actually do that; put "space" front of a word to make it sound all future-y.


 No.127958

>>127955

Boring as sin, lots of sections of silence because the model shots lacked sound for realism and almost all episodes are missing. Acting's not on point for anyone, the story is a "collect all the bits to win" story and it's 6 episodes long.


 No.127959

>>127958

What part of it is collect the bits? They only want to get back to the TARDIS which they were separated from


 No.127960

I'd like to "collect"… oh, never mind.


 No.127961

I'd like to make certain /who/re "strictly come" while "dancing", if you get what I mean.


 No.127962

>>127961

I do, and I love it.


 No.127963

>>127917

>>127887

Relistened to episode 1, it was a really fun romp with clever bits

I reckon it is standalone to the rest of the boxset

but I really liked it

7.5/10


 No.127964

>>127960

twinkies


 No.127965

>>127962

I’m whizzing with the door open, and I love it


 No.127966

Another very important poll

https://www.strawpoll.me/16713324


 No.127967

>>127966

Only during the choking scene

She's too white and blonde for me in general


 No.127968

File: 6bc05673440bf92⋯.jpg (94.68 KB, 701x500, 701:500, pc.jpg)

bit harsh, BBC


 No.127969


 No.127970

>>127969

Saturday 6PM


 No.127971

>>127969

Since the 1980s.


 No.127972

>>127971

Ignoring the incredible

CHRIS CHIBNALL'S LAW AND ORDER

with DAVISON


 No.127973

File: 3fc4b58fc507d14⋯.jpg (116.04 KB, 1256x954, 628:477, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….jpg)

>mfw the BBC forces Chibnall to not take a gap year and in order to fill a Series worth of stories he just does Trial of a Time Lord Round 2


 No.127974

>>127973

Accidental kino alert.


 No.127975

The Doctor's Abortion by Chris Chibnall


 No.127976

>>127973

I unironically would've loved a Trial of a Time Lord-esque series with Moffat and Capaldi now that Gallifrey is back. Maybe even as Series 10 instead of what we got (not saying Series 10 was bad, but it definitely could've been better) Moffat seemed to like the established lore of Gallifrey and adding his own ideas to it like the Moment, the barn, and pretty much anything set on Gallifrey in Name/Day of the Doctor, Listen, and Hell Bent. Plus it'd be the perfect time to bring back the Valeyard and even maybe even Romana. The Doctor's legal defense being made up of Missy and Nardole while the SimmMaster could be on the other side as the lead prosecutor or something. The Doctor could find out what SimmMaster and/or the Valeyard are up to and have the finale be a retooled version of WEAT/TDF with TUAT as the Christmas special relatively unchanged. Or maybe the Time Lords could cause 12's regeneration, dunno.

Maybe 10-12 episodes of one continuous story on Gallifrey would be a bit much, but they could still start the season with a few standalone eps that build towards it and have the rest of it be that storyline. Or do a Children of Earth and make it a miniseries. All I know is if Moffat went in that direction it'd have been absolute kino and a god-tier swan song for him and Capaldi


 No.127977


 No.127978

File: f462d958fdcaa7e⋯.jpg (128.57 KB, 1080x700, 54:35, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….jpg)

>Twelve vs the Valeyard

still mad we never got this

>Valeyard, 2017 Edition

CAST HIM, /who/


 No.127979

File: 3eed2386cbb2bf1⋯.jpg (17.75 KB, 360x360, 1:1, boi.jpg)

>>127978

Easy as fuck


 No.127980

File: 62a01d042da2c86⋯.jpg (316.07 KB, 1184x1600, 37:50, 1520968998384.jpg)

>Omega, 2017 Edition

cast him, /who/


 No.127981

File: dced08305be441b⋯.jpg (175.33 KB, 800x533, 800:533, amaninlabour.jpg)

A Man In Labour


 No.127982

File: aba0de8c1136d53⋯.jpg (907.64 KB, 1642x944, 821:472, meeting your son-in-law fo….jpg)

>>127980

literally the only correct choice


 No.127983

File: 7a19ba6b86b3f08⋯.jpg (137.77 KB, 1065x1600, 213:320, the politician's husband.jpg)

>>127978

Meme answer but it's true.


 No.127984

>>127980

>Omega

<Seal of Rassilon

ehhhhhhh


 No.127985

File: d6b391e1feb850b⋯.jpg (119.28 KB, 978x980, 489:490, Screen Shot 2018-10-25 at ….jpg)

>>127978

Sean Harris


 No.127986

If they brought back the Valeyard with Jodie it would become about how toxic masculinity left the Doctor with Capaldi and now Jodie has to fight the toxic man Valeyard


 No.127987


 No.127988

File: dbd9614edcb6c05⋯.png (406.74 KB, 1800x814, 900:407, AitUK.png)

Is it going to be kind of good? Even a little bit?


 No.127989


 No.127990

>>127988

What is this image?


 No.127991

>>127990

something for a poster I was half-doing


 No.127992

I can't wait till Sesska reveals that someone spoiled the Master reveal for her in tomorrows video like she did for the Missy reveal in Dark Water.


 No.127993

>>127992

spoil sport


 No.127994

File: 0f33d3dcaeab5b4⋯.jpg (615.37 KB, 1915x1440, 383:288, Doctor Who and the Psychoc….jpg)

File: 1f173ad254a3da8⋯.jpg (619.09 KB, 1915x1440, 383:288, Doctor Who and the Transit….jpg)

Which do you think is better/more respectful/on brand?


 No.127995

Imagine getting a new episode of Doctor Who every single week for years without the gaps between seasons. And Sesska will do classic who after as well


 No.127996

>>127992

>spoiled

Is there any way to not work out who Missy is after her first scene?


 No.127997

>>127996

My roommate would tell me every year that the Master was coming back so I ruled out the possibility from habit. But then I looked up the actress while watching Dark Water on iview and there were news articles about her being the Master that spoiled me


 No.127998

>>127996

I wasn't sure because I was convinced Moffat wouldn't make it THAT obvious. Suffice to say I kicked myself at the reveal.


 No.127999

>>127998

I guessed, but I realized it had to be true when we got to Listen. She's not in that episode, but the bit in the barn very prominently reveals the Doctor grew up in a children's home, which stands in direct contrast to his best friend's youth on his estates. Pretty much then I realized there was nobody else Missy could be.


 No.128000

>>127930

Your caption will be all the more appropriate once S11 is added to that chart.

>>127984

Why not! Omega needs protection from Vampires as much as the rest of Gallifrey.

>>127976

This would've been really kino as a followup to Giga's old thoughts about expanding Hell Bent (which I just read the other day and which I can't stop thinking about). It really is a bit of a shame that the BBC pushed Moffat to make S10 a fresh start; considering that even then he brought back a RTD-era character in a more prominent role than he had in any of his other series, I'd love to see what he would've done if he'd been freed from the stress of a reboot.

Another fun thing about your post is that, if you remove some of the obviously overwriting-S10 elements from it, it wouldn't be an insane plotline for some future publisher (ie, Big Finish) to slot into place between series 9 and 10.

>>127999

The real redpill is that the child in "Listen" was the Master.


 No.128001

>>128000

Nope, doesn't work. It's not proper foreshadowing unless it's that cracked mirror. Otherwise it's just that Gallifrey fan film where the gimmick is we don't know which character becomes the Doctor and which becomes the Master.

I have an idea for a story with a very similar gimmick, that's about a Time Lord interacting with that dumb little high school clique all the relevant Time Lords were in, and I'm strongly considering having one of the female characters in the group turn out to be the Doctor, currently trying to experiment with regeneration and being obviously outclassed by all her classmates, only properly transforming back into young Hartnell at the end as the big reveal.


 No.128002

>>128001

>It's not proper foreshadowing unless it's that cracked mirror

I can live with this. "Listen is foreshadowing for Missy" is genuinely not something that has ever crossed my mind before today and I was doing just fine.


 No.128003

>>128002

There's actually a great deal of Missy/Cybermen/Toxic Friendship foreshadowing through the whole of series 8. Remember what defeated the robots in Sherwood?


 No.128004

>>127999

This would only make any sense at all if at series 8 mentioned at any point that the Master grew up on estates. Good job for guessing the correct conclusion that Missy was the Master, but I don't think your logic holds any weight.


 No.128005


 No.128006

Witnessed some Moffat hate on twitter earlier. They really are pathological, aren't they?


 No.128007

>>128006

ummm no, moffat sucks sweetie


 No.128008

I'd like to "delete" certain /who/re's "wiki" if you catch my drift.


 No.128009

4 years? Wow. We were stuck with Capaldi for way too long.


 No.128010

Neil Gaiman is an amazing person. And he's a chad too. How can one man be so perfect?


 No.128011

File: d70794e7d6a0338⋯.jpg (141.5 KB, 1500x375, 4:1, pez.jpg)

Doctor Who 1974-1981, 2005-2013, 2018-


 No.128012

Do you think that Sesska will be taken aback by how violent Classic Who could get at times compared to New Who?


 No.128013

Something is inhibiting my enzymes.


 No.128014

GAH!!!!!!


 No.128015

IVE BEEN POISONED!!


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 No.128018

>>128016

I guess we have a lot of homos here


 No.128019

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

>tells Pip and Jane that their stories are shit

>writes worse stories than Pip and Jane

the absolute madman, at least he said it to their faces on TV


 No.128020

beep meep


 No.128021

>>128019

Saward > Pip & Jane > Chibberino


 No.128022

Nev Fountain > every other BFer


 No.128023

TEASERS FOR SPIDERS (AND MORPH IS GONNA LOVE ONE OF THEM)

1. More LGBT representation!

2. Something else got redesigned . . . AND IT IS #%&@ING AWESOME!

3. Those three still aren’t companions!

4. In a manner of speaking, this episode takes place before most of “The Ghost Monument.”

5. The Doctor used to have *is****.

6. Amelia Earhart! Ed Sheeran! Edith Wharton! Ryan’s dad!

7. “I have no more Kevins.”

8. Psychic paper!

9. Apparently, the Doctor and a companion are . . . dating?

10. Yaz’s mum (Najia) is a joke.

11. “Do you have any idea how annoying it is when my husband’s right?”


 No.128024

>>128023

Big Bang Theory Tier Banter


 No.128025

>>128023

13/Yaz = canon


 No.128026

>>128023

Something else got redesigned

Any Wild Speculation?


 No.128027

>>128026

The psychic paper?


 No.128028

>>128026

psychic paper is now psychic sunglasses


 No.128029

>>128028

Based, but how would they work?


 No.128030

>>128023

1: Duh.

2: Oh shit, new Vortex?

3: I think BBC America already spoiled us with the clip.

4: This would seem to imply they arrive on earth right before or right around the time they left in The Woman Who Fell To Earth?

5: Sisters?

6: He's a woman?

7: Sounds like something Chris Noth might say.

8: Yaaaaaaay!

9: Guessing this is going to work exactly like it did in the Lazarus Experiment.

10: I don't think that surprises anyone.

11: Grody bantz.


 No.128031

>>128026

The Vortex is the only properly iconic thing we haven't seen outside of the various monsters.


 No.128032

>>128030

>Oh shit, new

probably


 No.128033

>>128030

>This would seem to imply

this could explain the dude's sister disappearance

and maybe living Grace????


 No.128034

>>128030

>Chris Noth

I want him to stay as companion


 No.128035

>>128033

oh shit

oh shit it's totally gonna happen, just probably not in this ep


 No.128036

Would Vastra try to make love to 13th?


 No.128037

3 quid, the spiders are a stenza weapon.


 No.128038

11th Series death count

1 - 3

2 - 0

3 - 0

is this a new low?


 No.128039

>>128036

Vastra is a lech but she'd never go any further than visually perving on other women.


 No.128040

>>128039

(*other women besides her wife)


 No.128041

>>128033

>this could explain the dude's sister disappearance

I don't think that was in need of further explanation.


 No.128042

>>128040

she is not that faithful

she would do Clara in a heartbeat


 No.128043

>>128041

The stenza hunted on Earth Before?

But why Sheffield?

Who authorized them?

How they select the prizes?

Is the sister kidnapped or dead?

where is the corpse?


 No.128044

n8, are you ever going to update that twitterbot?


 No.128045

File: 185b974106d2a01⋯.png (96.51 KB, 808x443, 808:443, periodsongprediction.png)

Remember this?


 No.128046

>>128045

bloody period song for certain


 No.128047

>>128045

It fucking should have been.


 No.128048

/who/vians?


 No.128049

n8, are you ever gonna reply to my dm? sent you something very special


 No.128050

>>128049

love is in the air


 No.128051

>>128050

That's not the only thing that's erect and standing up "in the air" if you know what I mean.


 No.128052

>>128051

I don't understand innunedos


 No.128053

>>128044

I last added more pathways and fucked with the probabilities on Monday. What's out of date? I'd love to add anything you'd like to see (or try, at least).


 No.128054

>>128052

You don't understand anything, Judy


 No.128055

>>128053

>fucked with the probabilities

Can I fuck with your "probabilities", if you know what I mean?


 No.128056

>>128054

I pretend to be retarded


 No.128057

>>128053

Nothing's out of date or wrong, I just thought that it would only post two or three types of posts. Saying that, however, I can't suggest anything to give it some more variance.


 No.128058

I'm judy, I'm retarded, oops


 No.128059

>>128057

Yeah, I get that. Right now there are either 9 or 12 types of posts, depending how you count, but the probabilities are currently pushed way too hard in the "fact about upcoming episode" direction, so I'll try fixing that. I'll also probably add more intro options and lower the pace to 4 times a day again.


 No.128060

In an alternate universe

5th 6th 7th died and 1st 2nd 3th still record bigfinish


 No.128061

>>128059

are u 2 programmers?


 No.128062

>>128060

That's a hell of an alternate universe.


 No.128063

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

<What did you just say?

>The Doctor in the Tardis doesn't know. Doesn't know. Doesn't know!


 No.128064

>>128062

Hartnell is 110 years old


 No.128065

the

SISTER

is

the

Timeless Child


 No.128066

>>124448

Is this really an episode of Vagina Who? I've watched the first couple and they were pretty bad. "Hi look how diverse we are! Miscegenation and Muzzies and Lezzies oh my!" I mean seriously…. did they really do this episode or is this fan masturbation fantasy? I'm guessing that if they did do it, they did it strictly communist history book version and not at all mention how the incident was staged with a deliberately chosen half-white negress because she was considered more attractive and relate-able for whites. (yes, there was a previous attempt to do this with a dark as africa negress, and no one cared)


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 No.128068

File: 478d8b9988c57a3⋯.png (398.61 KB, 791x950, 791:950, fabvfbf.png)

>>128066

VERGED


 No.128069

>>128066

>communist history book version

What is it like waking up every morning and being this fucking retarded?


 No.128070

>>128069

he is right, it is common knowledge


 No.128071

>Chibnall's gonna redo the Gray story arc with 13

kill me now


 No.128072

>>128071

>Gray story arc

??


 No.128073

File: 4c49a377a13e100⋯.png (1.14 MB, 841x875, 841:875, russellthrowsclaytonout.png)

DWE?


 No.128074

>>128073

Neo / 2oda


 No.128075

>>128073

At a glance I thought it was Corey Stoll


 No.128076

>>128072

Torchwood S2


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>>128073

TV movie


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>>128079

Chibb snobbed Barrowman?

sad


 No.128081

>“I was told that that’s the person who can decide about bringing back Torchwood. Or Captain Jack to Doctor Who.”

bless john, he doesn't realise that we already know about his return in the finale


 No.128082

File: 1a18af4bb64cde6⋯.jpg (81.25 KB, 960x960, 1:1, 1a18af4bb64cde648b1084c344….jpg)

>Now, though, Barrowman says the arrival of Chris Chibnall as Doctor Who’s showrunner has changed everything

I guess you could say Torchwood Series 1 Episode 1: Everything Changes


 No.128083

>>128082

>>127789

Her forehead looks bigger when she is not in the role


 No.128084

new thread please


 No.128085

>>128084

no, let who die


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 No.128088

File: f0039483dc5d229⋯.mp4 (9.18 MB, 630x360, 7:4, commitee.mp4)

Doctor Who.


 No.128098

>>128068

Wait wait wait…. what is this? Is that the toymaker? I'm a little fuzzy pre-pertwee


 No.128099

>>128098

No, it's a playing card (King of Hearts) that the Toymaker made come to life as an obstacle.


 No.129135

>>124448

CLOCKBOY CONFIRMED NEXT EPISODE




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