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File: be9246e75bb1597⋯.jpg (363.6 KB, 1291x1461, 1291:1461, supremo.jpg)

 No.128854

Upgrade in progress edition

Previously >>128086

 No.128858

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

C U T E


 No.128859

4chans going down


 No.128861

File: 7ddf46f7c3dc5c1⋯.jpg (85.31 KB, 861x868, 123:124, 401agonaequ11.jpg)

>>128859

what do you mean


 No.128862

File: 5bb93172baed479⋯.jpg (107.53 KB, 1100x409, 1100:409, jeremeen.jpg)


 No.128863

File: 354723f7fcfcb95⋯.gif (1.62 MB, 200x150, 4:3, 1492229778566.gif)


 No.128864

>>128861

Latest mass shooter was a /pol/ user


 No.128865

File: 8ead0ca1871d2f0⋯.jpg (5.34 KB, 225x225, 1:1, dsp5.jpg)

>"oh boy, another chibnall episode"


 No.128866

File: 528d1b22710764b⋯.png (1.26 MB, 980x748, 245:187, z_react_who.png)


 No.128867

There is too much Doctor Who.


 No.128868

File: a36fecffa797e60⋯.jpg (13.54 KB, 624x269, 624:269, 1540657760733.jpg)

dwe


 No.128869

>>128868

I really regret pushing the DWE thing so much in the past few months.


 No.128870

File: 5cbd162b35f3700⋯.png (547.01 KB, 451x668, 451:668, 1534640928656.png)

DWE


 No.128871


 No.128872

File: 33cfe906a50b126⋯.png (66.14 KB, 560x410, 56:41, dsp.png)

dwe?


 No.128873

Doctor Who vs Blake's 7 on Pointless


 No.128874

I do think there is genuine merit to a bit of mockery of the idea the vague collective of people that make up /who/ have to strictly talk about strictly Doctor Who strictly all the time, as well as playfully mining the very deep trove of Doctor Who content for equivalencies to miscellanea, but it is so profoundly unoriginal and tiresome to see what I'm sure is really only a small number of people posting either incendiary or dull would-be provocative political content day in, day out, day in, day out, day in, day out under the guise of "DWE".


 No.128875

>>128874

Please remain on topic sir. This is a Doctor Who board.


 No.128876

Arachnids is looking like it will be the worst episode in S11 so far


 No.128877

>>128875

I think there's a genuine difference between talking about non-Doctor Who things, and posting the exact same type of strawmen every. single. day.


 No.128878

File: 1d08f5b61f5adc4⋯.jpg (161.29 KB, 1336x768, 167:96, ood shits with his trouser….jpg)


 No.128879

>>128877

This is a DSP thread. Please keeps things on topic


 No.128880

>>128876

I hope this isn't true. I've been avoiding all trailers and spoilers on the hope that this might be a good episode


 No.128881

>>128876

It'll be better than The Ghost Monument because the villain isn't floating rags.


 No.128882

I hate Braxatiel and really hope S11 won't introduce a Doctor sibling.


 No.128883

>>128882

Braxatiel > Iris


 No.128884

>>128883

There's no way to do a Doctor sibling while preserving some essential mystery of the character.


 No.128885

>>128884

Where exactly they state Braxiatel is family


 No.128886

>>128884

On second thought, there probably is, but I haven't seen anyone up to the task yet and I don't think it's worth pursuing anyway.


 No.128887

Met Neo in HMV today. When I told him I don't mind S11 so far he pushed me to the ground and started to kick me while saying "ANOTHER STUPID APE" repeatedly. He took my big finish vinyl and snapped it over his knee before stomping off.

All in all it was a positive experience


 No.128888

File: 87af822f99f7ed6⋯.jpg (199.66 KB, 1024x1000, 128:125, Dqh7nZGWsAAw2v8.jpg)

Strictly kino incoming


 No.128889


 No.128890

>>128888

These cibbey redesigns are getting worse each time


 No.128891

>>128888

nilsos gonna freak


 No.128892

>>128881

>>128880

The DWTV review seemed to suggest that not even they could stomach what the episode attempted to do. They literally described it as "don't think about it"


 No.128893

>>128888

that cibby outfit ould be a more decent costume if it was skintight instead of ugly and wrinkly


 No.128894

>a “don’t-think-about-it-too-much” monster romp

oh no no no no no no no on no no no no


 No.128895

>>128888

Who is this woman exactly?


 No.128896

>>128895

our new muse


 No.128897

>>128894

Insert that Reddit comment about how you shouldn't actually expect Doctor Who to be good


 No.128898

File: 6ee3e8c27caec22⋯.png (194.67 KB, 364x339, 364:339, 1522866629642.png)

>>128894

>"Don't think. Think and you're dead. Whatever you do, don't scratch your head, don't double take, and DON'T. THINK. Good luck."

really Moffat?


 No.128899


 No.128900

>>128899

What's modern Russia's attitude to Yuri Gagarin? Is he super idolised? Is it comparable to America and Neil Armstrong, or different in some ways?


 No.128901

>>128899

What's modern Russia's attitude to Laika?


 No.128902

>>128885

Anon has a point. It's never actually stated that Braxiatel is the Doctor's brother. It's wink-wink-nudge-nudge implied, but even then there's plausible deniability.


 No.128903

Are there any moffat episodes that qualify as a “don’t-think-about-it-too-much” monster romp?


 No.128904

>>128903

The Pandorica Opens.


 No.128905

stupid stupid moffat


 No.128906

>>128903

maybe i would have had an answer but series 11 has honestly redefined what vapid and shit doctor who is for me


 No.128907

If you're extraterrestial, why do you sound like you're from the north [of this country]?


 No.128908

If you got the opportunity to go on a single adventure (as perilous or as comfy as you like) with any Doctor, which Doctor would you choose?


 No.128909

>>128900

Yea, he's super idolised. One of the first patriotic things you learn as a kid is that Gagarin went to space. I guess it's comparable to Armstrong.

>>128901

I'm not sure, I guess there's not much media attention to it?


 No.128910


 No.128911

>>128908

13 - the cutest doctor


 No.128912

Are you happy with Alien Bodies as the ending for the Doctor?


 No.128913

File: bd5572551ea1632⋯.jpg (157.75 KB, 1170x690, 39:23, stricreee.jpg)

Yaz and the behind the scenes girl on Strictly


 No.128914

How many RTD episodes qualify as a “don’t-think-about-it-too-much” monster romp?


 No.128915

What are the Classic and New equivalents of Alien Bodies?


 No.128916

>>128908

2, 3, 7 or 8.


 No.128917

>>128873

A feminist obviously.


 No.128918

>Strictly cuts to Doctor Who segment

>I Am the Doctor starts playing


 No.128919

which theme is this?


 No.128920

>>128903

I wouldn't really call it a "romp", but Angels Take Manhattan is one of those episodes that is only enjoyable if you don't think about or question anything that happens in it.

Also I found the Inception aspect to Last Christmas a bit confusing but I suppose that's just because Moffat only had 60 minutes to do everything he wanted to do with that episode and explaining the rules/logic of the dream layers wasn't high on his list of priorities. It's really only the bit at the end where 12 visits Clara, it turns out that she's old now, and then Santa shows up and is like wakey wakey and reveals that the Doctor was dreaming. It's been a while since I watched it so maybe I'm just forgetting but I remember the Doctor waking up at the volcano from Dark Water with a dream crab on his face and having absolutely no idea why he was there, how he got there, etc.


 No.128921

>>128914

all of them lol


 No.128922

>>128908

I suppose Vincent and the Doctor was the least dangerous, but desu Vincent van Gough would've been fucking miserable to spend time with after a while. I guess The Lodger? or Power of Three?


 No.128923

>>128873

Really big shame to see Paul Darrow in a wheelchair in that state.


 No.128924

File: b6fb8e29022493e⋯.jpg (77.9 KB, 700x646, 350:323, tumblr_mxp2917TYa1ql9lj0o3….jpg)

File: 92afd068a0ba91a⋯.jpg (56.73 KB, 700x646, 350:323, tumblr_mxp2917TYa1ql9lj0o1….jpg)

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File: 2b1ebb8b1b0a0b1⋯.jpg (67.22 KB, 700x646, 350:323, tumblr_mxp2917TYa1ql9lj0o5….jpg)

>>128908

the Clara minisode where she gets lost in the TARDIS and there are like two dozen different versions of her all in the console room. For some reason her tits are fucking huge there, and I don't quite get why. I don't think it's because of her outfit or bra making them look bigger, they look too big for it to be just that.


 No.128925

File: 0fac1a5d17f7a2d⋯.jpg (24.52 KB, 550x413, 550:413, UJsFcOr.jpg)

>>128924

big pancakes


 No.128926

>>128924

I change my response to this as well.


 No.128927

When will Doctor Who return to America for the inevitable mass shooting episode? Written by Chibnall, of course.


 No.128928

File: 1b735d0cd79fa1b⋯.jpg (101.43 KB, 420x317, 420:317, dwsandersrun.jpg)


 No.128929


 No.128930

>>128929

it's because of all the war doctor box sets in the picture. though how they found this tweet, i'll never know.


 No.128931

Hello fellow gamers

Has anyone else been playing the new horse man gun game?


 No.128932

Do you believe in coincidence?


 No.128933


 No.128934


 No.128935

Let's make Hitler


 No.128936

File: 998749ca182b6b4⋯.gif (2.46 MB, 458x250, 229:125, DelectableGroundedAdeliepe….gif)

>>128924

In the early series 7 days she hadn't quite lost all the babyweight from Emmerdale yet, so she still had a pretty sizable chest.


 No.128937

Who is PCJonathan and how does he get to see episodes early? Does he work for the show/BBC? Is he part of the press? Genuinely curious


 No.128938

>>128936

true, but I figured since it was released on the blu-ray it was filmed towards the end or after Series 7B's filming.

It kinda works in the character's favor though, since her not looking exactly the same in Asylum of the Daleks and The Snowman as she does once she becomes a companion makes those versions of Clara feel more distinct, if that makes sense


 No.128939

>>128937

Has he given any info about our nex favorite episode?


 No.128940

File: 8d6c8f563cfafcf⋯.png (242.75 KB, 640x386, 320:193, vlcsnap-00015.png)


 No.128941

File: f9e7d3664c5427f⋯.jpg (121.48 KB, 1067x1600, 1067:1600, Jenna-Louise-Coleman-in-Ne….jpg)

>>128938

Never really thought about that, but it's a fun point. Still think Oswin is the perfect balance of thicc Jenna and sticc Jenna


 No.128942

File: ad6ffbfba91770c⋯.jpg (1.47 MB, 2250x4000, 9:16, 96ada4dd2bcb5e9905c02b0434….jpg)


 No.128943

>>128942

Looks like Claudia


 No.128944

File: 657579f59ce9ffd⋯.jpg (89 KB, 600x489, 200:163, undefined.jpg)

Make Jenna Thicc Again


 No.128945

Let's make Moffat's life a living heaven


 No.128946

File: 43b1f37b543e9b7⋯.jpg (81.14 KB, 590x881, 590:881, Jenna-Coleman-Emmerdale-34….jpg)

>>128944

Yeah, thicc Jenna is best Jen-

*blocks your path*


 No.128947

File: 70624ac0374d2af⋯.jpg (24.62 KB, 760x427, 760:427, 1501984434288.jpg)


 No.128948

File: af9f0af72b7cf36⋯.jpg (63.33 KB, 634x411, 634:411, 1513372089839.jpg)


 No.128949

File: eb6a60643088e72⋯.webm (553.67 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 1510096554212.webm)


 No.128950

File: 0cbf3ad801993b5⋯.jpg (37.35 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, clara.jpg)

>>128944

Thicc Jenna never left friend


 No.128951

File: 87e6dd8c767c84b⋯.jpg (985.44 KB, 4281x2854, 3:2, 24.jpg)

imagine going back to 2013 and posting this picture on /who/


 No.128952

File: 533a2a929e5b5c8⋯.png (554.17 KB, 736x419, 736:419, 6565.png)


 No.128953

File: ee7cb9c1e17fd90⋯.jpg (70.96 KB, 434x561, 434:561, 1515267860529.jpg)

imagine going back to 1995 and posting this picture on alt.drwho


 No.128954

File: b9bf47e78cde634⋯.jpg (1.44 MB, 4300x2866, 2150:1433, 12.jpg)

bumbag confirmed for Episode 5 then

>tfw RTD and Moffat both would've made the bumbag iconic for the 13th Doctor in just the first scene where it appears, making the audience go from thinking it looks stupid to totally loving it

>Chibnall will most likely never address it and the audience will either not notice or just think it looks dumb

welp


 No.128955

File: 95f2f7f9453f092⋯.jpg (2.4 MB, 4352x2812, 1088:703, 7.jpg)

imagine going back to 2016 and posting this on /who/ without any explanation whatsoever


 No.128956

File: c0b3236ec7c06d7⋯.jpg (355.05 KB, 1000x667, 1000:667, 1509292325390.jpg)


 No.128957

>>128955

fake and gay

also trump will win


 No.128958

File: 064562629ee5543⋯.jpg (785.92 KB, 920x1552, 115:194, 2015_007_008.jpg)

Imagine going back to 5 December 2015 and saying "That's it. You can stop watching now."


 No.128959

>>128954

14th and 13th doctors there


 No.128960

File: 9487173e89cba5a⋯.jpg (727.15 KB, 2856x4284, 2:3, 44.jpg)

File: b92fbfadf9cddbc⋯.jpg (1.48 MB, 4284x2856, 3:2, 56.jpg)

File: db61b58f6c02a8a⋯.jpg (2.24 MB, 4284x2856, 3:2, 53.jpg)

>>128941

yeah Oswin Clala a cute


 No.128961

File: db8309eff5b7d74⋯.jpg (6.19 MB, 4000x6000, 2:3, 14.jpg)

>>128959

>looks at the camera

>"Time to save Doctor Who"

Bradders as 14 will be absolute kino, get on the fucking hype bus lads


 No.128962

File: 101f3662fe7e24b⋯.jpg (1.33 MB, 4300x2866, 2150:1433, 10.jpg)

she really is just Tennant-lite, ffs


 No.128963

File: a88bb7c44185f76⋯.jpg (49.18 KB, 752x423, 16:9, Firestorm-2.jpg)

Naoko Mori is doing the voice of the female puppet.


 No.128964

Puppette


 No.128965

>>128954

I've heard on the street that bumbags/fannypacks are going to be coming back/big in 2019. There were a few designers that featured them during london fashion week. A certain meatheaded podcaster with some recent high profile guests loves them too and has his own line of them that he shills and gives to guests on occasion. It's ridiculous that I about either and I'm not sure it's just some "quirky meme item" accessory as much as subtle product placement.

>>128956

That's a fucking pristine cassette, that's like a reprint right? That can't be vintage.


 No.128966

>>128955

why does bill have a bulge?


 No.128967

>>128963

Team America's getting a sequel?


 No.128968

>>128966

all cyberman are man


 No.128969

>>128966

She's been "upgrayedd" obviously.


 No.128970

>>128967

No it's a show that Gerry Anderson wanted to do but he died before he could get anywhere with it. His son got the product finished and they put out a minisode today through their Twitter. His son does directing for Big Finish and oversaw the Captain Scarlet/some Blake's 7 audios as well as Doctor Who audios. Can't remember which at this moment in time


 No.128971

>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"

Is there any actor in the world that could deliver this line?


 No.128972

File: 095326f216b4a34⋯.gif (955.31 KB, 500x200, 5:2, 095326f216b4a3490f2c08e3f9….gif)

>>128960

"Curvy qt who loves to bake" sounds like a fucking dream on paper and yet Oswin is probably the most annoying incarnation of an already fairly grating character. Moffat couldn't resist making her a quirky little pixie who is also the most important special mooman bean ever to have lived.


 No.128973

File: 7afc73eef1d6263⋯.jpg (1.66 MB, 4287x2858, 3:2, 14-4.jpg)

wait wtf I always thought this was Matt


 No.128974

File: d71f6f2f5397cd7⋯.jpg (249.86 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 13-2.jpg)

imagine


 No.128975

>a “don’t-think-about-it-too-much” monster romp featuring giant spiders and donald trump

what could possibly go wrong?


 No.128976

>>128973

gamers


 No.128977

>>128974

if only this happened to James Corden irl


 No.128978

File: a995ad983ae56fd⋯.jpg (380.62 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, virgin13chad11.jpg)

too lazy to finish this if anyone wants to take over


 No.128979

>>128974

>doesn't fit into the chestplate because he's too fat


 No.128980


 No.128981

File: f6718f7f6b0f1ee⋯.png (1.34 MB, 991x1091, 991:1091, 1540226277968.png)

Always ask a gamer


 No.128982

>>128981

Irrefutable proof that we live in a society.


 No.128983

>where are you going?

>to get my reward


 No.128984

File: a979952a268a202⋯.jpg (16.49 KB, 399x281, 399:281, 10joker.jpg)

>>128983

>where are you going?

>to level up


 No.128985

>>128978

What's it supposed to be?

post the transparent versions.


 No.128986

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This is supposed to be Akinola's theme, right? Sounds off somehow.


 No.128987

When Chibnall redesigns the Daleks he will either make them gold and include orange tron lights, or make them silver with teal tron lights


 No.128988

File: bb086664577638f⋯.jpg (15.03 KB, 180x285, 12:19, doctor-who-the-good-doctor….jpg)

Some of this is pretty VNA-level desu.

It’s set in a totalitarian theocracy that worships the Doctor as their god after she stopped a war on their planet hundreds of years ago, except that they’re actually worshipping Graham because things got lost in translation and they can’t believe the Doctor could be a woman. They use their religion as justification for subjugating the loba (the planet’s native species) and treating women as a lower class. Punishments mentioned include stonings, hands being cut off, and forced arena fights. There are also references to a historical event that parallels the AIDs crisis, with human-loba pairings being blamed for spreading a disease, resulting in loba being systematically shot and burned. All of this is done in the name of the Doctor.

This stuff all kind of happens in the background—the main story isn’t written as particularly grim or edgy—but it’s still pretty dark.


 No.128989

>>128988

Why can’t we get episodes like this?


 No.128990

“don’t-think-about-it-too-much” is reviewer euphemism for “it’s shit but we don’t want to lose out early access privileges”


 No.128991

>>128989

can't fit it in 1 parters

or we should have 90 minutes episodes like sherlock


 No.128992

>>128986

Gliiter age

Glitter TARDIS

pottery in motion


 No.128993

File: de5d1aaf492f4a0⋯.png (159.95 KB, 219x370, 219:370, catmeowing.png)

>>128988

>they’re actually worshipping Graham because things got lost in translation and they can’t believe the Doctor could be a woman. They use their religion as justification for subjugating the loba (the planet’s native species) and treating women as a lower class.

It's almost like they're trying to tell us something, I'm not sure what, though


 No.128994

>>128991

>>128992

Hey, those aren’t Haikus!


 No.128995


 No.128996

>>128988

If these are humans, is it set in the future? Why has culture regressed to oppressive sexism?


 No.128997

>>128975

At least it should be gloriously shit rather than just plain awful like Rosa and Ghost Monument.


 No.128998

>>128997

Rosa wasn’t plain awful

Ghost monument was


 No.128999

File: ab21ca48cbc41ee⋯.png (10.08 KB, 797x92, 797:92, wut.png)


 No.129000


 No.129001

>>128993

Long time no see


 No.129002

>>128998

Rosa was worse than Ghost Monument.


 No.129003

>>128993

That cat’s pretty cute, but not as cute as Jodie!


 No.129004

File: eccc0d50c3892fe⋯.jpg (61.9 KB, 700x878, 350:439, 1540592388328.jpg)


 No.129005

>>128999

heh AND WHATS WRONG WITH MALE NURSES EH

Justice for Rory

>>129001

Good evening, friend

>>129003

She'd look cuter as a cat


 No.129006

>>129002

Explain why


 No.129007

>>128960

>a cute

Not as cute as Jodie though, right?


 No.129008

File: ed1398e042633a5⋯.png (594.06 KB, 500x680, 25:34, 1501423087170.png)

>>129007

Jenna >> Karen >>>>>>>>>>>>>> Jodie


 No.129009

File: f17b32eb0ef037c⋯.jpg (136.7 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, DqjFcLvWkAECQzD.jpg)

William Russell is looking pretty good for 93.


 No.129010

imagine being het


 No.129011

>>128988

It's actually pretty good from what i've read of it. Solid time travel story and the Graham parts are funny too. Better than S11.

>>128996

The sexism doesn't actually make much sense narratively but it BTFO's Islam so cool I guess

>>128991

The Good Doctor could fit in a one-partner if you trimmed the fat. Probably not 45 minutes but an hour perhaps.


 No.129012

>>129009

That's from the con is doing in Germany this week end right ?

He does seem pretty healthy for his age.

Also, is the black woman his wife ?


 No.129013

>>128944

We never had a chubby cute companion (Nardole does not count I'm not a faggot).

As I prefer this body type there's no companion I really feel attracted too yet :'(.


 No.129014

File: fc018d534a4fd32⋯.jpg (63 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 1514773185420.jpg)

>>129013

> chubby cute


 No.129015

File: 9f841222cea43ab⋯.jpg (273.51 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ec2269254340468.jpg)

blocks your slumber


 No.129016

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

>>129009

>Moff didn't give him a cameo in the 50th

>even though that first scene when a teacher comes and tells Clara the Doctor's calling is fucking perfect for Chesterton

>instead he used some random soy boy who tried to cling to relevance by teasing he might be the new companion on his Twitter


 No.129017

>>129016

moffat ruined dr. who


 No.129018

>>128986

It's a custom arrangement inspired by Akinola's version. This one clearly uses a new synth instead of Derbyshire samples

I almost prefer it over the real one, much nicer without the massive bass boost


 No.129019

>>129017

he did because he set the bar so high

fucker

chib and jodie cannot be mediocre without us neets reeeeeing forever


 No.129020

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

>mvq Edgey appears

He never calls…He never writes….


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 No.129022

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File: bab1d6593080ca8⋯.jpg (12.73 KB, 236x353, 236:353, 65sean-connery.jpg)

>>129014

Pierce would approve.

>>129015

Pierce would not approve


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>>129012

Yes to all questions here


 No.129026

Going through old stories that I've not seen for ages. Curse of Peladon is a really comfy story, Frontier in Space is alright so far and Monster of Peladon is almost irredeemable


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 No.129029

>>129028

read "the good doctor" already?


 No.129030

>>128988

I don't get it? It sounds like Islam but isn't Sub-Saharan Africa the AIDSiest part of the world?

Really struggling with what real world parallel I'm meant to project this onto. I'll play it safe and just say white men.


 No.129031

>>129029

Me? Not yet. Will soon.


 No.129032

>>129031

got the link or will buy physical book?


 No.129033

>>129032

Got the link. Will probably buy the actual book, when I get a chance too.


 No.129034

>>129020

Hope you're doing well, Cloister <3


 No.129035

>>129024

Where'd you get that .webm of my family reunion?

>>129034

A bit better than a few weeks ago, thank you! Hope you're well. Tennant is killing it career wise lately.


 No.129036

>>129035

>Where'd you get that .webm of my family reunion?

r34 version of that

nsfw


 No.129037

>>129036

Delacroix is super creepy desu.


 No.129038

>>129037

if you had to chose one? skinny or fat?


 No.129039

>>129016

yeah I still don't know why Moff didn't include Ian in the opening scene. I feel like he did actually want to but for some reason Russell was unavailable? It's too perfect of an opportunity to pass up, and Moffat obviously has no problem with fan service moments/bringing back Classic stuff.

But then again, for everything that Day of the Doctor managed to include, there are a lot of omissions of things you'd think would be obvious to include in a 50th Anniversary special, and especially in regards to what actually *was* included. I've always thought it was weird how Moffat introduced a new Time Lord general to represent them during the Time War instead of just having it be Rassilon. No mention of the Master either, but I suppose Moffat might've just been wanting to save the character for Series 8 to make the Missy reveal more impactful. I was surprised at the lack of River Song, not because I missed the character, but because Moffat had managed to shoehorn her into almost every single episode he'd written since taking over as showrunner. No old companions, even from nuWho (he even brought Billie Piper back to play a character that wasn't Rose, the absolute madman). No K9. No Cybermen.

Again, these aren't all things I wished the episode had, just things I'm surprised weren't included. The "all thirteen!" and Curator scenes are more than enough to make up for all of those anyway


 No.129040

>>129035

I'm glad to hear that, it's good to hear from you <3

don't worry about me ʘ‿ʘ

I haven't seen his nycc panel yet with gaiman but I've seen the clips of how delightfully gay crowley and aziraphale are going to be and I'm fucking stoked, have you seen the trailer? aaa


 No.129041

>RTD gets a 60 minute special on Christmas day and a 75 minute special on New Year's Day just for 10's regeneration story

>Moffat only gets 75 minutes for the fucking 50th anniversary special

what the fuck. The BBC even had them film it in 3D and be shown in theaters worldwide, why the fuck couldn't they at least let him make it feature length?


 No.129042

File: 37f85bb4143177b⋯.jpg (66.24 KB, 584x610, 292:305, sadpaldi.jpg)

>>129041

>no 90-120 minute version of the 50th with Moffat pulling out all the stops and directed by Rachel Talalay


 No.129043

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

Episode 8 airs 2 days after the 55th anniversary of the show, are they gonna acknowledge it at all?

>Chibnall couldn't even have the series air two weeks earlier so the finale would land on the 25th to at least give it some sense of a special ocassion


 No.129044

>>129038

Like I don't know man.They're both revolting in different ways. Given the choice of that pictured I'd prefer the lamp in the background. 2 other girls of similar proportions I could go either way on any given day.

>>129040

I always worry about muh /who/res. It's good to hear from you too. Yes! I saw the trailer! I'm so much more excited for that than anything DW related, that's for sure. Almost soy face capeshit man excited. Super hype.

Excited to see Gomez in CAoSabrina, that I'll be starting here shortly once the sun goes down and I can start a fire.


 No.129045

>>129030

It’s just a disjointed collection of bad things in the real world without a cohesive message or agenda


 No.129046

>>129043

That would confuse the new audience, remember this show is brand new and the past 55 years doesn't exist anymore


 No.129047

>>129046

>this show is brand new and the past 55 years doesn't exist anymore

Venusian Aikido got referenced not too long ago?


 No.129048

>>129044

Would you like to set up a stream to watch it when it comes out?


 No.129049

>>129047

name dropping level

Chib is doing more than RTD did on s1 for sure

but very shallow


 No.129050

What is kind of sad is that episode 4 is when usually shit gets real and we get some gamechanging kino on the menu.

Aliens of London / Time of Angels / Listen are all GOAT.

Partly it happens because of different series structure, but still, kind of underwhelming. Also any idea if cold opens are gone for good? I loved cold opens.


 No.129051

>>129045

>without a cohesive message or agenda

New Doctor Who without an agenda? You serious, nigger?


 No.129052

>>129050

Did hartnell ever have cold opens? Because that’s clearly the format Chibnall is trying to replicate


 No.129053

>>129048

I'd be keen to participate, but I have 0 idea on which to facilitate that aside from finding pirated links for the episode video files. I once fucked up CWS by looking through videos on youtube in another tab somehow.


 No.129054

>>129053

I'll most likely purchase it myself and could set something up, we'll figure something out :o It's a whiles away


 No.129055

>>129049

the fuck are you talking about? RTD brought back the Autons for the very first episode and had 3 episodes with the Daleks as the antagonists. What has Chibnall done?


 No.129056

>>129051

Were talking about a word story unconnected to the Chibnall writers room machine

This writer clearly just picked out some negative things associated with various different religions, and isn’t pointed enough to be meaningful commentary


 No.129057

>>129050

I think, with this shortened vid number, Ep 5 or 6 will be the real kino moment.

>>129048

Oncoming Storm or Neo might be able to help with that. Also, hello Edge!


 No.129058

Season 1: 8 stories

Sesaon 2: 9 stories

Season 3: 10 stories

Series 11: 10 stories


 No.129059

>>129055

but had no mention it had happened before

how a newcomer would know if new or recycled

it was nerve wrecking back then, until School Reunion there was no definitive proof it was the same show


 No.129060

>>129056

It sounds like the author's talking about how historical narratives are constructed and filtered through biases. That's a pretty good commentary.


 No.129061

>we have to wait for episode 6 for a script that isn’t heavily tainted by chibnall


 No.129062

>>129052

Did any of classic have cold opens?

I get trying out Hartnell format but some of the cold opens were so great. When I think about they often did tremendous job at making be excited for an upcoming ep. I will miss them even more in the future, 100%

>>129048

>>129053

>>129054

Hi Edge! I'm pretty sure lots of people will be up for tenanntkino stream, it's not hard to arrange at all.

>>129057

I'm expecting mid-series hook in episode 5 personally. Still, feels kind of late.


 No.129063

>>129057

Hey if they're down, I'm down

It's been a while since we all got together anyway, even though this is… next year lmao

Actually speaking of community events, are we doing secret santa again?

>>129062

Speak of the devil, there's Stormie. Sounds like a plan!


 No.129064

>>129054

Cool. I'll be around unless I of course don't live to see the premiere, and the 100th anniversary. I've got amazon prime but have never used their video service and i don't into physical media and no idea how to rip. It's just easier to pirate.


 No.129065

>>129060

Maybe the book does have a point, in talking specifically about the list of religious atrocities like oppressing women, cutting off hands and killing people with space aids

Some anons are comparing it to Islam but there’s also similarities to the agenda of Christian extremists like WBC

Perhaps there’s an abstract point about how religious messages get twisted to justify fucked up agendas at the expense of igoring whatever the original point was


 No.129066

>>129060

St 2.75 happening?


 No.129067

>>129065

Also known as Post-modernist Trojan Horse


 No.129068

>>129066

If /who/ wants, definitely. How many people here want a short 13th Doctor-only /who/ anthology, set to come out before the series finale?


 No.129069

>>129066

Slow down, anon

ST2.5 had pretty minimal reception, the lesson from that isn’t to do the same thing again


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>>129069

I think that miminimal reception was as much due to timing and the length, as well as theme. A "Thirteenth-Doctor only" set–maybe with 5-8 stories–probably won't be that bad.


 No.129072

were the ebooks Target novelizatons of Rose and Day of the Doctor ever uploaded anywhere?


 No.129073

>>129071

>>129068

I'm for it.


 No.129074

>>129070

When they critize religion, mining the traditions of the holy book because they cannot be proven, but forgets the good values religion bring. At first you would say it brings clean slate, but if opens a vaccum to worse values to be stated.


 No.129075

>>129071

Alternatively, we can just stick with doing a Shit Trips 3 after the series finale.


 No.129076

>>129071

Size is probably a big part.

2.5 had far too many stories for a casual observer and no real way to know which ones were ‘worth’ reading for someone who isn’t dedicated enough to read the whole thing.


 No.129077

>>129073

gimme a plot


 No.129078

>>129074

religion doesn’t have ownership of morals that benefit society


 No.129079

>>129078

But it is the "baby with the bathwater" concept

religion is outdated, but there was an evolutionary reason to have it

the transition would not be removing it, but gradually forgeting it


 No.129080

>>129076

Plus, it lacked the "stories about my favorite Doctor" appeal.

Will people be interested in reading an anthology with just stories about 13 and her gang from /who/res?


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>>129079

Removing it and forgetting it have the same end result, what point do you think you’re making?


 No.129083

>>129077

It's almost 1:15am and I'm just going to bed, I'll think of some ideas and post in the morning if you so wish


 No.129084

>>129082

you skipped the "gradually" part

well:

1. Christianity it is flawed but have some values and was fading gradually in the west

2. It was trendy to be atheist and shit over christian god

3. creates a mass o people that hates god, but does not have the answers

4. islam comes and takes control


 No.129085

>>129083

Tacking onto the end of this that I have 4/5 ideas already for something with 13 and some more for others if ST3 even happens


 No.129086

>>129085

ST3 will almost certainly happen. I think it's more of a certainty than ST2.75, actually.


 No.129087

>>129084

What makes you think there is currently an immediate removal rather than a gradual one? Christianity’s influence over laws has been gradually decreasing over time for a while now, there has never been a point of immediate total rejection


 No.129088

>>129087

Family values related to have more kids

The doubt is already installed in the West,

You would do it because it felt right, now you get frozen in some many questions.

Christian and Jews are having less kids while muslims are having more.

and people are not trying to remove their values.


 No.129089

>>129088

That is a fundamentally different argument to your original claim that Christianity is being actively rejected in an immediate removal


 No.129090

>>129088

>Christian and Jews are having less kids while muslims are having more.

What proof do you have of that assertion about "Christians and Jews"? And which Muslims, and in which place?

>You would do it because it felt right, now you get frozen in some many questions.

What questions? Who cares if you have many kids?


 No.129091

>>129090

Going purely by statistical analysis of the birth rates in western countries relative to Muslim families in western countries, the percentage of the population that is Muslim will increase


 No.129092

oh boy it's this thread again


 No.129093

How long until he posts that video with the gumballs?


 No.129094

>>129091

Does that account for the fact that Muslim children will probably convert to other religions or atheism at some point, and that those same Muslim families will also probably have a decreased birth rate as the generations grow?

(Or that while Muslim families increase, so may atheist numbers?)

Also

>Going purely by statistical analysis of the birth rates

Who is doing the statistical analysis, what are the statistics being drawn from, what is under "western countries" label, how does this statistical increase break down across each of the various countries?

And are we counting just new recent Muslim residents, or are we grouping "been here for generations" Muslims and recent Muslim immigrants under the same brush? Because the birth rate for each group should be different.

My point isn't for you necessarily, but to remind everyone else to always question statistical "facts" you're given. Always question.


 No.129095

>>129094

No it doesn’t, it’s a simplistic analysis used for fearmongering


 No.129096

It also conflates Muslim (“””race”””) with Muslim (devout religious adherents)


 No.129097

>>129091

Also, the real undercurrent of your statement is that "Muslims will take over and destroy the Western way." Has it occurred to you that, instead, the Muslims will become Westernized?


 No.129098

>>129094

>always question statistical "facts"

Post Modernism in action

You will never know if the people who did the statistics are lying

or if the church is lying

when you get stuck asking questions

the other side is making babies because the prophet ordered


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>>129063

>are we doing secret santa again?

I don't know. It hasn't been really mentioned except by me suggesting in lieu of S.S., that maybe we donate to webspace/bandwidth for the wiki and future/current /who/ productions.


 No.129101

>>129097

The people who use that statistic as a method for fearmongering don’t consider that, no


 No.129102

>>129097

>Has it occurred to you that, instead, the Muslims will become Westernized?

Because it is against their law to leave the religion


 No.129103

>>129093

which one?


 No.129104

>>129102

What law says that that applies in America?


 No.129105

>>129102

Have you ever met a 20-something who grew up in a Muslim family?


 No.129106

>>129102

yeah and all Christians follow every single law in the bible too, right?


 No.129107

>>129103

I think it’s about having one poisonous gumball in a jar and using that for a metaphor as to why Muslim immigration is bad


 No.129108

>>129030

Technically the virus isn't like HIV at all. It's heavily implied that the virus was blamed on human women mating with Loba males as a way to subjugate both the women and Loba. However the subjugation of women isn't explained like it is with the Loba which makes it seem like the author just thinks oppression of women is some sort of inevitability rather than having real causes.

>>129097

If you even have to ask this you are one of the fortunate ones. People who have the misfortune of living near bad mosques or are being forced out of muslim communities know the answer already.

>>129101

Something can be fearmongering and also be true. The same people who bring these people over and the same ones fighting for greater government powers to fix the problem they invented.


 No.129109

>>129105

that would require him to leave the house and socialize, so no


 No.129110

>>129109

>>129105

We don't get them here yet


 No.129111

>>129106

In Christianity there is a logical analysis applied through study of the whole book and it’s context as to which laws apply timelessly to all society and which ones are just documentation of the specific rules of a specific ancient society


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>>129107

I know the one


 No.129113

>>129110

Where is “here”?


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File: 625e01e77ab902a⋯.jpg (21.71 KB, 640x426, 320:213, Parxj3Q.jpg)

REMINDER


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File: a59010f047a2ac1⋯.jpg (103.39 KB, 309x432, 103:144, use only when neo isn't ar….jpg)

>>129111

>In Christianity there is a logic


 No.129116

>>129113

Somewhere Slavic

very far from Chechnya


 No.129117

>>129096

Exactly. Many Arabic or Eastern Asian people (i think that's the term?) will convert to Christianity, or atheism, or Buddhism, or whatever.

>>129102

Since when has "it's against the law" stopped anyone, especially when their school friends aren't Muslim?

>>129105

Exactly.

>>129106

Just like Jehovah Witnesses

>>129108

>it is with the Loba which makes it seem like the author just thinks oppression of women is some sort of inevitability rather than having real causes.

Needing a scapegoat for a virus is a perfect reason for oppression.

>People who have the misfortune of living near bad mosques or are being forced out of muslim communities know the answer already.

But there are also bad churches, and oppressive cult-like Christian places (ever heard of the Jehovah Witnesses?)

>Something can be fearmongering and also be true.

Agreed, but fearmongering statistics have a bad tradition, so I was asking the obvious questions that any educated citizen should.

> The same people who bring these people over and the same ones fighting for greater government powers to fix the problem they invented.

Muslims haven't created global warming, oppressive corporate practices, bad healthcare practices, bad educational models, an overall disrespect to the consumer, lack of proper organizational practices, refusal by the FCC to actually do their job, the actual risk of reversing Roe v. Wade, taking away the progressive protections for trans people…those are the issues in America, the "western country" I know best.


 No.129118

>>129115

Have you ever read the bible, anon?


 No.129119

>>129117

>Since when has "it's against the law" stopped anyone, especially when their school friends aren't Muslim?

when they really kill you?


 No.129120

>>129110

Have you ever met a Muslim? In real life?


 No.129121

>>129119

Do Muslim parents widely kill their children who leave in western countries? Don't tell me the cases you see on the news–i mean, statistics on how many actually survive shunning Islam in "western countries."


 No.129122

>>129117

>But there are also bad churches, and oppressive cult-like Christian places (ever heard of the Jehovah Witnesses?)

False equivalence.

>Muslims haven't created global warming, oppressive corporate practices, bad healthcare practices, bad educational models, an overall disrespect to the consumer, lack of proper organizational practices

Why are you shifting the subject? These would still be problems independent of immigration.

>the actual risk of reversing Roe v. Wade, taking away the progressive protections for trans people

This is you being in a position of privilege, the ability to have an abortion and have some piece of paper calling you "Miss" instead of "Mr" is more important to you than unemployment and violence caused by mass migration because it doesn't impact you.


 No.129123

>>129121

not right now, but let them get ellected into power


 No.129125

>>129121

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-42090104

https://www.economist.com/united-states/2018/03/15/the-number-of-ex-muslims-in-america-is-rising

It seems that Muslim families definitely tend to shun their kids who renounce Islam, or are shocked at the least, but actual deaths are rare.

>>129122

>False equivalence.

Not really. Opressive religiious cultures can be compared.

>These would still be problems independent of immigration.

Many of the problems associated with "immigration" include unemployment, which is an economic issue that affects the poor. " oppressive corporate practices, bad healthcare practices, bad educational models, an overall disrespect to the consumer, lack of proper organizational practices" are all economic processes that relate to unemployment, and are also wny unemployment is bad.

>the ability to have an abortion and have some piece of paper calling you "Miss" instead of "Mr" is more important to you than unemployment and violence caused by mass migration because it doesn't impact you.

Muslim young women need abortions just like everyone else. And however hard it is to be trans and "western", i'm sure it's harder to be trans and Orthodox Muslim.

>unemployment and violence caused by mass migration because it doesn't impact you.

What proof do you have that mass immigration causes more unemployment and more violence than normal?


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 No.129127

>>129123

Well, right now I have a Supreme Justice who wants to get rid of abortion rights, a lead official who openly brags about sexual assault, and a Vice president who would love nothing more than gay conversion camps…but at least they're "Western", eh?


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>>129125

>Muslim young women need abortions

most of them don't need because their values make them have the babies or be celibate because they fear the wrath of their peers and their god


 No.129129

>>129128

>most of them don't need because their values make them have the babies or be celibate because they fear the wrath of their peers and their god

Just like Bible-belt Christian women NEVER get laid before marriage!


 No.129130

>>129122

>This is you being in a position of privilege, the ability to have an abortion

no, this is you being in a position of privelege. The ability to have a legal and safe abortion doesn't apply to you, so why should you care about the people it does? besides, vague and hypothetical violence potentially happening is far more important than making sure people are actually protected from violence or harm


 No.129131

>less abortions means more blacks are born

>/pol/ is still okay with this because they'll take anything they can to get back at all the women who don't want to fuck them

sad desu


 No.129132

>>129131

It's funny–more abortion rights actually DECREASES the number of abortions, if I remember, and it ensures that they go a lot safer.


 No.129133

File: 6ee847301ccec63⋯.png (102.6 KB, 1272x1316, 318:329, 1518687453159.png)

imagine being such a braindead cletus that you need to defend your backwards political views on a mongolian basket weaving subforum dedicated to a 55 year old British tv show about space merlin and his box of wonders


 No.129134

File: 86f60b0909738e7⋯.jpg (330.2 KB, 1536x2048, 3:4, DqdDya2XQAAYBaV.jpg)

Ryan's dad, Isaac Sinclair, in the Christmas special.


 No.129136

What's /who/ with you?


 No.129137

>>129133

It's even funnier that it was inspired by, of all things, a Who novel called "The Good Doctor." Even though–

>his box of wonders

>his

OH NO NO NO

just kidding


 No.129139

>>129136

Might work on Cadence's series.


 No.129140

>>129125

>Not really. Opressive religiious cultures can be compared.

It's a false equivalence because Jehovah's witnesses aren't calling for deaths of non-believers.

>Muslim young women need abortions just like everyone else. And however hard it is to be trans and "western", i'm sure it's harder to be trans and Orthodox Muslim.

Are you having me on or what? Trans and orthodox muslim? What are you fucking smoking mate?

>>129130

I am pro abortion, but women get absolutely retarded over it. They never get so incensed about anything except killing babies. I agree it's their right but it's really telling that they care more about it than just about anything else.


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File: 4008b43d5675c70⋯.png (231.8 KB, 500x500, 1:1, 1512166037583.png)

>>129132

yeah but Murdoch-owned and tabloid right wing news outlets always leave that part out, conveniently. Same with how Planned Parenthood isn't actually just an abortion clinic, and that abortions only make up like 3% of their patients each year while the rest is just various sexual health related stuff, for men and women.

but why bother with the facts when you can just be angry and afraid all the time instead lol


 No.129142

>>129134

the leak/larp that he would appear tomorrow already

I Know that is a cliche that every one does not have a complete family

but why not let Ryan have a regular Mom and Dad


 No.129143

>>129127

Did Kavanaugh ever actually say he wanted to do that? I don’t remember ever hearing an actual quote from him about that during the media circus


 No.129144

>>129141

Hitler loved his dogs


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>>129143

He will wait Ginsburg to flop


 No.129146

>>129141

>someone disagreeing with me is just angry and afraid

lol just lol


 No.129147

http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/arachnids-in-the-uk-advance-review-eight-legged-freaks-88998.htm

>Chris Chibnall once again pens this episode, his third this run (or fourth if we count the co-written third episode). Chibnall has made it clear in interviews he wanted each episode of this run to have a different flavor. If last week’s was your thoughtful historical, then this week’s could be seen as more of a “don’t-think-about-it-too-much” monster romp.

"don't-think-about-it-too-much"? WHAT THE FUCK WERE THE FIRST THREE SUPPOSED TO BE IF ==THIS== IS DON'T-THINK-ABOUT-IT-TOO-MUCH?!

>Increasing the noise is main guest star Chris Noth. He delivers a performance featuring a healthy dose of ham, as the villainous businessman, Jack Robertson. He’s a gun-loving American caricature, who just happens to be running for president. There’s not much else to him.

Just the sort of toothless filler the showrunner ordered. "Here's us vaguely touching on a contemporary topic. Don't worry, we've filed off all the edges so there's no danger of making any sort of point. Love us!"

>After the last couple of visually impressive outings, going back to Sheffield was never going to be able to match what came prior. However, director Sallie Aprahamian is still able to bring some atmosphere to the hotel, where much of the action takes place.

"some" atmosphere. "We couldn't be sure there wasn't 'some' atmosphere. You might want to curb your enthusiasm a bit, this might not quite manage the sort of blandness you've been getting from Jamie Childs, but we think there might be 'something' in there. There's always 'some' particles still floating around in a vacuum, you know."

>Best enjoyed as more of a mindless monster romp. It’s unlikely to win any awards, but after last week’s weighty historical, it will serve as a fair respite.

Who's ready to watch paint dry for fifty minutes?


 No.129148

File: 09745a5ee097055⋯.jpg (5.29 MB, 3469x3206, 3469:3206, 38 copy.jpg)

anyway, back onto the subject of Doctor Who…

have your opinions on Thirteen's outfit changed at all since it was first revealed a few months ago? Personally I thought it was way too cartoony and impractical from a standpoint of the Doctor needing to be able to reasonably fit in anywhere she goes, and while I haven't really changed that opinion I suppose I'm just a bit indifferent towards it now. I guess that's how I feel about everything in Series 11 though


 No.129149

>>129148

She does not have the gravitas to "own the room"

and the costume does not help


 No.129150

>>129140

>They never get so incensed about anything except killing babies. I agree it's their right but it's really telling that they care more about it than just about anything else.

It's their bodies, and it affects them.

>Trans and orthodox muslim? What are you fucking smoking mate?

Trans isn't just a fashion statement, you know. It's a legitimate dysphoria, that anyone born can get.

>It's a false equivalence because Jehovah's witnesses aren't calling for deaths of non-believers.

They can do everything but to Ex-jws, though. Especially when it comes to shunning. Also:

>Jehovah's witnesses aren't calling for deaths of non-believers.

Neither are most Muslims.


 No.129151


 No.129152

>>129127

>I have a Supreme [Court] Justice who doesn't think judges should make up the law and act as a superlegislature, a lie about my President and an even more absurd lie about my Vice President.

Fixed that for you. But please, move to a Muslim country, I'm sure you'll prefer it.


 No.129153

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

>He’s a gun-loving American caricature, who just happens to be running for president. There’s not much else to him.

so we've gone from the villain being an English racist in America to an American racist in England.

But hey - at least we don't have any returning monsters this series. Wouldn't want any of the villains to be too interesting in case they still the spot light from the main crew, who are also not interesting


 No.129154

For fuck's sake Immigrant

Don't engage with Judy


 No.129155

>>129152

No, I'll just be proud of the America who opens its doors to the impoverished and the weak, who need new opportunities, without judging unfairly, and keep my faith in the spirit of the law of the Bill of Rights.


 No.129156

>>129148

I thought it looked great when I first saw it, reminded me of the old apple logo. I thought that it might mean we were getting a modernized version of the 70s/80s Doctor Who aesthetic the same way we got a modernized version of the 60s aesthetic with Capaldi.

Instead we got orange and teal.

The white undershirt with the really long sleeves honestly baffles me.


 No.129157

>>129154

Noted. I just get tired of seeing that sort of stuff go unchallenged.


 No.129158

>>129155

America has never been a country worth being proud of.


 No.129159

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

>>129153

Chibnall wore himself out of ideas after episode 1 when he took a whole extra year off, forcing Moffat to come back and write a Christmas special with Capaldi after both leaving the show and finishing Capaldi's run, and in that time he came up with "what if the Predator but instead of having a cool alien face he just looked like Oscar Isaac in that X-Men film but with a bunch of teeth glued onto his face?". He then followed up this brilliant new villain with "what if rags but evil and also delivered exposition" and "not just racist, but COSMIC racist" and "not just American, but COSMIC American"


 No.129160

>>129155

>keep my faith in the spirit of the law of the Bill of Rights.

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


 No.129161

>>129155

Changed the subject from your previous nonsense then.

So you'll be proud of an America who opens the doors indiscriminately to net drains and criminals, you mean. Does your house have locks?


 No.129162

>>129148

Happy they didn't go for the obvious pantsuit that would've looked ridiculous. I hope next series they lean into the femininity with outfit designs, maybe some flowy skirts or something.

>>129152

I'm sure he will be fine, after all muslims are very tolerant of LGBT i've been told!

>>129153

I knew a Trump gag was coming in S11 but I was thinking maybe a throwaway gag about an alien having small hands or something, not something this on the nose.


 No.129163

>>129161

Neck yourself you xenophobic twat.


 No.129164

>>129161

Who are you?


 No.129165

>>129161

But immigrants economically have been proven not to be a net drain. Like, immigrants always help America, and illegals are basically free help for America.


 No.129166

>>129165

> immigrants always help America

before wellfare state


 No.129167

Okay, back to Who: who is ready to see spider-kino tomorrow?


 No.129168

>>129166

No, after too. Welfare recipients buy American goods, just like everyone else.


 No.129169

>>129167

It's gonna be shit and we both know it :(


 No.129170

>>129163

Not an argument.

>>129164

Asking this on an anonymous board. LOL

>>129165

This is incorrect. Some are a benefit and some aren't. There are numerous basic economic facts to demonstrate this, but if it'll help get your brain ticking: why haven't immigrants from poor or otherwise worse countries benefitted those countries in the way you suggest? Magic soil?


 No.129171

>>129170

I never said it was an argument. I just think all racists should kill themselves.


 No.129172

File: da913555a8560aa⋯.jpg (229.63 KB, 2000x2000, 1:1, DE88YGWXoAAtuQN.jpg)

>>129148

there's way too much going on, and none of it is really good. I know the Doctor has had "loud" outfits before (Colin's Technicolor Dreamcoat) but generally the Doctor's outfit has been realtively simple while still being distinct and iconic.

And the thing that makes each Doctor's outfits work so well (particularly the nuWho ones) is that they're reflective of each Doctor's personality. 9 wore all black with a heavily worn leather jacket, which reflected his darker, post-Time War personality. Ten wore neat navy and brown suits, and he was a lot preppier and charming. He also had the most "normal" or "human" outfit, which could also describe his personality well. Eleven dressed in that tweed suit with a bow-tie and later the Victorian-era suit to reflect how he was often characterized as an old soul in a young body. Capaldi wore mostly dark outfits with very simple designs because he was a lot darker and blunt than the past few Doctors. Jodie's outfit is like a toddler dressed themselves, with the rain coat, high waisted pants rolled up absurdly high at the cuffs, black t-shirt with the rainbow stripe across the chest, and leather boots not really matching with each other at all. It's like she just hit "randomize" at the character select screen. It also doesn't reflect her personality (of which we've seen very little) in any way whatsoever. I saw this old fan made outfit design earlier today that's super simple in its design but fits her character so much better. It's also a good looking outfit.


 No.129173

>>129170

Oftentimes there are more opportunities in richer countries. If you wanted to become a movie director in Australia you would be very limited because of the government only funding movies with specific themes, so you would have to go to somewhere like America to pursue that line of work.


 No.129174

File: 5a5db2c8578323f⋯.png (1.39 MB, 1043x1655, 1043:1655, 1519007953035.png)

>>129161

>Does your house have locks?

no, but my door does


 No.129175

File: c4f6efb626e41e5⋯.jpg (133.22 KB, 599x874, 599:874, 1518916397597.jpg)


 No.129176

>>129171

And you're just so emotionally incontinent that you can't keep it to yourself or present your views intellectually.

Wherever you're from isn't sending their best.

>>129173

This contains assumptions which aren't applicable to the open borders that GI Blow was advocating, most notably the assumption of a skill. So it's an argument for selective and skilled immigration, not letting any old wetback over.

>>129174

Bit of a waste of time then unless you attach your door to your house, Jock.


 No.129177

File: 72bcdb57a916ae1⋯.jpg (238.31 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, house music.jpg)


 No.129178

>>129176

I can't wait for the day that people like you are put up against the wall.


 No.129179

>>129165

Infinite growth is unsustainable, encouraging immigration because muh economic growth is just selfish capitalism


 No.129180

>>129178

consensually yeah?


 No.129181

>>129147

My concern isn't that it'll be boring, my concern is that it will be an idiotic shitshow where logic takes a backseat, along the lines of pyramid


 No.129182

>>129167

Not terribly excited. Sounds like the most boring of all ten episodes. I mean spiders really? In Sheffield? Who picks that for their opening platter of episodes, we should be getting really exciting fresh stuff… The Series 1 equivalent was Aliens in London which was miles more exciting in premise.

>>129178

Calm down, take the trenchcoat off lad and stop reaching into your bag. We promise we'll stop bullying you for supporting good for nothing illegals.


 No.129183

>>129178

What's your issue? All I've done is make cohesive arguments. All you seem to be able to do is vent like a toddler with violent fantasties. Very sad.


 No.129184

Every civilised people on the face of the earth must be fully aware that this country is the asylum of nations, and that it will defend the asylum to the last ounce of its treasure, and the last drop of its blood. There is no point whatsoever on which we are prouder and more resolute.


 No.129185

>>129148

It's a nice outfit that's well coordinated color-wise and has just the right amount of the rainbow motif

the coat feels a bit too flat and rectangular rather than shaped

the white undershirt feels like it was never meant to be seen, yet they show it in an episode regardless


 No.129186

>>>129176

>which aren't applicable to the open borders that GI Blow was advocating, most notably the assumption of a skill

I never advocated fully open borders. But do you know that America already has very stringent immigration requirements?

Also:

>why haven't immigrants from poor or otherwise worse countries benefitted those countries in the way you suggest?

Different social limits (a South African black man in apartheid-era SA and that exact same man in 2018 America will have different capabilities to help where he is.)

Also, many non-Western countries are still sufferring the effects of colonialism from Western countries, limiting the possibilities.


 No.129187

>>129182

>Calm down, take the trenchcoat off lad and stop reaching into your bag. We promise we'll stop bullying you for supporting good for nothing illegals.

Sorry, which kind of person just shot up a synagogue in America? Was it an illegal immigrant, a person who supports immigration, or a "person" who is opposed to it? I forget.


 No.129188

>>129186

>But do you know that America already has very stringent immigration requirements?

Does america even have a points system?


 No.129189

>>129187

was he id'ed?


 No.129190

>>129189

He was a full blown anti-semite who hates trump because he thinks trump is controlled by the jews


 No.129191

File: 6f790125f7e189f⋯.jpg (110.79 KB, 750x750, 1:1, 1htr5w.jpg)


 No.129192

File: cbf1640be57d6bd⋯.jpg (108.6 KB, 540x741, 180:247, 1490566863641.jpg)

>>129187

>opens /pol/ folder


 No.129193

>>129192

I'd like to "open" your "folder" if you know what I mean ;)


 No.129194

File: b43aa279c535305⋯.gif (810.1 KB, 388x390, 194:195, 1501025923779.gif)


 No.129195

>>129194

tad ironic don't you think


 No.129196

>>129183

>make cohesive arguments

Your statistical argument was filled with unfounded assumptions, and your "economical" analysis (so far) is extremely basic.

>>129188

Yes: https://visaguide.world/us-visa/merit-based-immigration/

(By the way, it's actually fairly difficult for Mexicans to get into the US legally. Like, one can easily end up not able to, even if you're not dangerous.)


 No.129197

File: 8ccd71185394ca2⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 2.9 MB, 3088x4128, 193:258, 54396173093755a0aecb72054e….jpg)

Banned from 4 because posted this

nsfw


 No.129198

File: 179925022472352⋯.jpg (135.78 KB, 677x1000, 677:1000, 001777_2.jpg)

File: 40c5606dfd8dcda⋯.jpg (153.51 KB, 680x1000, 17:25, 001777_3.jpg)


 No.129199

>>129196

Your link appears to be about trump's new proposed system (which has vocal opposition) and not the current actual laws


 No.129200

>>129195

Compared to Clinton he is a virgin


 No.129201

>>129200

He cheated on all his wives with the next wife. Christian family values!


 No.129202

>>129195

IT'S LIIKE RAAAAAAAIN ON YOUR WEDDING DAY! LIKE A FREEEEE RIIIIIDE WHEN YOU'VE ALREADY PAAID! /who/ WOULD HAVE THOUGHT? IT FIGURES!

So, Gomez is pretty mustache twirly thus far in COaSabrina. She's pretty hot. Did not show off her figure as Missy at all!


 No.129203

>>129199

You are correct. My mistake. US apparetly does not have a merit system.


 No.129204

>>129200

I reckon they've raped about the same number of women.


 No.129205

>>129204

burden of proof?


 No.129206

>>129196

how bad is mexico actually? is it really so bad that people are considered to be "fleeing" to to come to america?

genuinely asking.


 No.129207

>>129205

Balance of probabilities.


 No.129208

>>129206

Everyone in the Americas wants to move north where it's less shitty.


 No.129209

>>129187

I told you to calm down lad, you're not calming down. Just take a chill pill alright, we're just talking. I mean, wow, someone's a little cranky.

>>129202

Really? Gomez was very matronly in Doctor Who. I don't mind older women but really did nothing for me. I think it's the eye makeup.


 No.129210

File: 5b46c9e05144012⋯.jpg (25.26 KB, 416x356, 104:89, stef1.jpg)

I Q


 No.129211

>>129210

A lower average IQ does not eliminate the possibility that any particular individual of that race could still have a higher IQ than you. Generalizations are not useful and breed unfounded elitism.


 No.129212

>>129209

>I told you to calm down lad, you're not calming down. Just take a chill pill alright, we're just talking. I mean, wow, someone's a little cranky.


 No.129213

>>129211

>Generalizations are not useful and breed unfounded elitism.

denying cause more confusion and frustration, when you say to everyone are limitless


 No.129214

Kronkburger


 No.129215

>>129206

From what I've heard, it's pretty bad. (A lot of the fault on that was apparently the CIA backing dictators.) . And the cartels have a pretty big hold in the area (selling drugs to…American buyers, and their drug trade having been strengthened by the War On Drugs.)

These are the avenues for legal immigration for Mexicans: https://reason.org/wp-content/uploads/files/a87d1550853898a9b306ef458f116079.pdf . If you don't have family or a certain skill, it's very hard to get their legally. Also, it's also usually very expensive.


 No.129216

>>129213

Do you want to try that sentence again with understandable grammar?


 No.129217

>>129216

no, I am limited


 No.129218

>>129206

Mexico is pretty lawless in places and pretty poverty stricken in places too. Not that there aren't places that aren't similar, even in the northern US, despite what below might lead you to believe.

>>129208

This is remarkably true.

>>129209

She's pretty curvaceous borderlining on vampy with touch of a "mod" look in Sabrina. So, if you're into that sort of thing she's quite nice. She plays a guidance counselor and there's an interesting moment with some sapphic undertones that's eyebrow raising.


 No.129219

>>129217

If you're on an English forum why aren't you learning the language? You need to go back


 No.129220

>>129219

Talking to English-speakers is a good way to learn the language, though.


 No.129221

>>129219

I'm refugee


 No.129222

Go tell a pig about your moral high ground.


 No.129223

>>129216

He means if you tell everybody they are equal, they will be frustrated when they learn they are not. If you told a short boy every day that he will be able to play basketball when he is older, he will be understandably upset when he learns this goal is unattainable as an adult.

>>129218

>She's pretty curvaceous

Yum. In Doctor Who all of Missy's outfits were very flowy and concealed her figure. She has very prominent cheekbones so I kind of assumed she was a skinny minnie.


 No.129224

>>129223

>He means

this, thx


 No.129225

>>129223

But IQ are averages. And no races are by definition dumber than the other, and race science like "Bell Jar" was taken down years ago.


 No.129226

>>129225

>"Bell Jar"

Silvia Plath?

or the Bell Curve


 No.129227

>>129223

I'm not saying everyone is equal, I'm saying that using broad generalisations to declare that one race is inherently better to another because of an average IQ is complete idiocy. Even moreso when you use a statistical average to dictate the capabilities of an individual sample.


 No.129228

File: 1ddaa64615328bd⋯.jpg (54.59 KB, 822x470, 411:235, cats.JPG)

wtf?? rlm killed cats?!?!?!?


 No.129229

>>129228

wtf spoilers?


 No.129230

>>129226

The Bell Curve, yeah.

>>129227

Yeah, what you said.


 No.129231

>>129228

Nooooooo not Grandpa Cats!


 No.129232

>>129227

>generalisations to declare that one race is inherently better

but they could taylor the educational methods of each


 No.129233

>>129232

Where do black people rank in your analysis, btw?


 No.129234

Certainly one of the greatest claims for moral leadership which this country has made and sustained is the fact that, as far as we are concerned, we have never refused asylum to all those poor and distressed subjects of oppressed races who have sought asylum here.

I do hope that this House will not, owing to panic and popular prejudice which is being exercised to-day from honest, but I am sure mistaken, motives, allow this great tradition to be lowered and degraded.

but the idea that we should give up those great and noble traditions of the past, which have, I venture to think, raised us in the estimation of mankind, and have contributed to a great deal of our material prosperity. There are a great many industries in this country which have been founded by political refugees. Art, science, literature, have all been enriched by men and women who have sought sanctuary in these islands. Are we, as one of the results of the War to wreck that noble tradition?


 No.129235

>>129232

But there are people of all races with low and high IQs, the dispersion is just slightly different. Segregating by race because of an average IQ is the dumbest fucking thing I've ever heard and suggests you need to go in the low IQ classes


 No.129236

>>129233

there is no broad generalization when you take consideration the NBA

it is natural selection, but when it is about mental power, it is a taboo to think races can be different


 No.129237

>>129236

>the NBA

What does basketball have to do with anything?


 No.129238

>>129235

The point is to accept that difference exists

then just have more tests for everyone and rate then by the results


 No.129239

>>129236

Why do all individuals of a certain race have to be grouped together and treated as one? Why can't individuals be assessed as individuals?


 No.129240


 No.129241

>>129238

The difference is unimportant. You should not treat anyone differently because of an average statistic.


 No.129242

Don't

Touch

The

Baby


 No.129243

>>129242

you trying to tell us not to talk to judy?


 No.129244

>>129238

What do you propose these "more tests" should be, and what would be their purpose?


 No.129245

>>129243

I've done it again, I've picked another stupid ape


 No.129246

If we only go on an individual basis then affirmative action should be scrapped. It discriminates against the very best in favour of diversity.


 No.129247

There are certain people /who/ would be a lot better off without, but banning them would cause too much fuss from the freeze peach types. Isn't that a shame?


 No.129248

>>129244

if you know the IQ is so low, you don't waste resourses trying to teach them things they would never learn and frustate them


 No.129249

>>129235

Thank you, anon. You get it.

>>129237

He's saying that we accept that black people tend to be better than basketball, but don't accept any other racial correlations when it comes to mental ability. The correlation is probably due to height more than anything.

>>129248

So, people like me and you probably have better IQ, overall, than black people? Is that what you're saying?


 No.129250

File: 589be1521d1de93⋯.gif (262.14 KB, 450x720, 5:8, dancing_capal.gif)

>>129159

>not just American, but COSMIC American

Alllllllllll night

She wants the Cosmic American

(Cosmic American, Cosmic American, she wants the Cosmic American)


 No.129251

>>129248

Following your own logic that's ridiculous because you segregate out potential based on race without allowing for the possibility of outliers(who you already acknowledge) who would benefit.


 No.129252

>>129248

Schools already have different class levels for the difficulty of content. In later school years particularly, It's often up to students which level they take - so they get to make the decision regarding what level they feel comfortable with and whether they want to challenge themselves. This is a better solution than dictating their life path based on an IQ test (or some other type of test) because you consider them inherently a lost cause.


 No.129253

>>129247

>muh circlejerk is ruined by alternative opinions!!!

The answer is don't bring up politics unecessarily like that DWE shit and you won't get pushback.

>>129249

You say that like it's controversial. Average IQ in Mozambique is 64, in Hong Kong it's 108. It's a huge gap.


 No.129254

>>129253

Have you considered that that's influenced by the standard of living and education rather than being biologically linked to race?


 No.129255

>>129248

What are your thoughts on last week's episode, "Rosa"?


 No.129256

>>129253

Anon, you know I'm black, right?


 No.129257

>>129254

but if you are to propagate european methods of education, you are trying to fit a square peg into a circle


 No.129258

IQ does not correlate to your usefulness to society


 No.129259

>>129256

Kek. BTFO.


 No.129260

>>129257

Do you have any sources to substantiate this claim?


 No.129261

>>129257

What are the "European methods of education"? Are you referring to the Prussian system that was meant to create soldiers and has had to be adjusted severely to work for actual children?


 No.129262

>>129253

ye boi


 No.129263

File: 95d7cafd94a9821⋯.jpg (235.31 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at ….jpg)

File: 34ef7123e17a47d⋯.jpg (218.27 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at ….jpg)

File: 8ff34a4d9b4d2df⋯.jpg (326.16 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at ….jpg)

File: 31deca3d116b9a7⋯.jpg (276.65 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at ….jpg)

>Pleb

teal & orange for simple contrast

>Patrician

purples and blues with red accents to convey mood and atmosphere complimentary to the story being told


 No.129264

>>129255

Harmless Propaganda

It is common knowledge that Rosa was linked to the communist party, chose that route to cause more impact and took credit even so Claudette's protest was "more real" and happened years earlier


 No.129265

>>129261

The university setting, of listening to lecture

some brains would have better results in workshop settings


 No.129266

All the leaves are orange

And the sky is teal


 No.129267

File: b5b0fda70bc2673⋯.png (159.18 KB, 365x486, 365:486, b5b0fda70bc267311b2e697e6e….png)

I see we are getting nowhere here lads. Let's share something we all enjoy, - Chibnall Who. It's got intrigue, it's got monsters, it's got asteroids, it's the only thing better than a soapy titwank.


 No.129268

>>129261

Nah, the spartan method of chucking babies off hillsides.


 No.129269


 No.129270

>>129265

Many white people also appreciate workshops. Also, your "European countries" include Germans, French, Irish, British, and Italian races. How are you seperating those IQs? If you aren't, and just grouping them up together, why?


 No.129271

>>129263

Series 11 color pallette:

1. Teal

2. Orange

3. Orange

4. Teal

5. Teal

6. Orange

7. Teal?

8. Orange?

9. Teal

10. Teal?

Christmas: Almost definitely teal


 No.129272

>>129265

The university setting is not used during formative years


 No.129273

>>129271

>Christmas: Almost definitely teal

What if they make it an orange episode so it feels more warm and fun?


 No.129274

File: 8a452c62cae6de3⋯.jpg (2.48 MB, 4300x2867, 4300:2867, 1.jpg)

Who's directing episode 5?

how hard do you think they had to fight to use a red light?


 No.129275

Last of the edge lords


 No.129276

>>129274

>even the red light has a slight orange tinge

fuck


 No.129277

>>129271

The Tsuranga Conundrum looks very white.

The Lee Mack episode looks very purple.

Just credit where credit is due.


 No.129278

File: ceb382a0aebaa71⋯.jpg (409.44 KB, 866x1080, 433:540, chibchair.jpg)

>>129273

If they don't give it a wintery colorscheme, how can they be sure it will look christmassey enough? Seems like a bit of a risk.


 No.129279

File: a8a615c92bb5bfe⋯.jpg (233.64 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at ….jpg)

File: 7123790d3f1a54d⋯.jpg (243.17 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-10-27 at ….jpg)

>>129263

fuck, I remember avoiding leak /who/ because I didn't want to spoil the episodes (especially by watching black and white workprint versions in middling quality) and so going into Listen blind after being disappointed with Deep Breath/Into the Dalek/Robots of Sherwood was fucking mindblowing. Episodes like Heaven Sent and The Doctor Falls are expected kino, where you kinda know they're going to be good ahead of time just from the premise/set-up in previous episodes. Listen came out of fucking nowhere, not just in regards to how good it was but the scene in the barn on Gallifrey with the young Doctor was so unexpected. Clara's speech at the end is just beautiful too. It's funny how the two best episodes of Series 8 (Listen and Flatline) are Clara focused ones. The only other companion focused DW episode that's good is Turn Left, otherwise I don't think any of the other nuWho companions were compelling enough to carry their own episode, let alone two in one series.


 No.129280

>>129279

>scene in the barn with the young doctor

Actually that was the Master


 No.129281

>>129277

>The Lee Mack episode

What do we know about this episode at this point again?


 No.129282

File: 5f449303c7d8cc9⋯.jpg (83.34 KB, 1000x700, 10:7, 1495125895889.jpg)

g'night


 No.129283

>>129278

red and green are complimentary like teal & orange are so I don't see why he wouldn't go for that. But knowing Chibnall he'll go with fucking pink and yellow or something


 No.129284

File: c34367c4b5fa4ca⋯.jpg (1.09 MB, 2500x1667, 2500:1667, 2.jpg)

>>129277

>The Tsuranga Conundrum looks very white.

The white is still tinted teal. Hue is a separate dimension to value.

>The Lee Mack episode looks very purple.

Do you have pictures?


 No.129285

>>129280

>the place the Doctor goes where he feels the safest on Gallifrey at his most vulnerable moments (using the Moment and finally returning after breaking out of the confession dial) is just some place the Master showed him once when they were kids because that's where he kept his stash of Time Porn

shitty theory desu


 No.129286

>>129285

It's the place where they murdered their third friend when they were kids


 No.129287

teal and orange is the shot reverse shot of colour design


 No.129289

File: 1e721f067161542⋯.jpg (1.58 MB, 4281x2854, 3:2, 20-2.jpg)

>>129283

Red and green are too unnatural looking to apply to a regular context. It has its use and can look nice, but it can't just be applied to anything the same way teal and range can be.

Orange is the color of skin so it makes faces pop, and blue is the complement (and also happens to be the natural tint of shadowy areas, so it accentuates them in the same way)


 No.129290

>>129279

It's so great. Love how it blows apart the usual conventions of Doctor Who and uses that to put character on display. I rate it even more than Heaven Sent.


 No.129291

>>129279

>teal and orange


 No.129292

>>129281

>Starring Lee Mack and Julie Hesmondaugh

>Looks to be set in a warehouse/storage facility

>Some futuristic tech going on but still looks like Earth (near future)

>Lee Mack looks to be everyman worker in the warehouse

>Julie Hesmondaugh looks to be strong ball busting woman in charge to continue NuWho tradition

I for one am excited for it.

>>129284

>Do you have pictures?

Didn't save them but they were posted in an older thread. It was nothing too exciting but let me Big Finish them to you. First one is Lee Mack leaning on a storage rack holding a purple scanner type thing while wearing a flueorescent jacket. The glow in the background is purple. Second one was Julie Hesmondaugh looking very stern in her suit, also with purple glow in the background.


 No.129293

File: 260f581cbc3a2e5⋯.jpg (3.99 MB, 5267x3865, 5267:3865, 17.jpg)

the promo pics for Episode 5 look relatively neutral in color, also Yazmin's dad looks based and will make a fine addition to the list of based dads/grandads of companions along with Based Pete, Based Wilf, and Based Brian


 No.129294

>>129292

I remember those photos. Were they from the Coming Soon trailer?


 No.129295

File: 3d8ef876b604817⋯.jpg (2.43 MB, 2500x1667, 2500:1667, c34367c4b5fa4cae53d53c7b31….jpg)

>>129284

no teal chibs, please


 No.129296

File: 3a380c70afffbac⋯.jpg (2.01 MB, 4300x2867, 4300:2867, 11.jpg)

File: 8cdb093d6381bbd⋯.jpg (2.42 MB, 4300x2867, 4300:2867, 16-1 copy.jpg)

File: 1e6d450ca244953⋯.jpg (2.7 MB, 4300x2867, 4300:2867, 15-3.jpg)

>>129293

the promo pics this series are made of lies


 No.129297

>>129296

It's almost like the photographers know how to handle exposure and color grading to make an appealing looking image and they couldn't give less of a fuck about the teal and orange vision being enforced on the broadcast show


 No.129298

File: 3d6c91d4789d649⋯.jpg (3.41 MB, 5431x3621, 5431:3621, 28-1.jpg)


 No.129299

File: cd98646d7ee114a⋯.jpg (1.31 MB, 3966x2644, 3:2, 6-2.jpg)

File: b0ca7698fde5e7e⋯.jpg (2.09 MB, 2856x4284, 2:3, 11-5.jpg)

File: fed02eb02a10183⋯.jpg (1.09 MB, 2856x4284, 2:3, 16-3.jpg)

File: e5d4e33bdad58eb⋯.jpg (351.02 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 56-1.jpg)

File: f0ae9da1a38e882⋯.jpg (351.33 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 37-1.jpg)

>>129289

I honestly don't even think the problem is the teal & orange, it's just that Chibnall can't into variety and just goes with everything looking the same


 No.129300

File: 11185441a7bc57f⋯.jpg (1.65 MB, 3984x2632, 498:329, 2-4.jpg)

File: 870af8a322eacda⋯.jpg (1.84 MB, 4281x2855, 4281:2855, 7-2.jpg)

File: c32a775f3e4cd0c⋯.jpg (1.87 MB, 4275x2862, 475:318, 1.jpg)

File: 6110dce3bed147e⋯.jpg (2.36 MB, 4283x2854, 4283:2854, 13-1.jpg)


 No.129301

S10 was the beginning of the teal and orange era


 No.129302

File: 00838eb9d53c240⋯.jpg (1.73 MB, 5124x3411, 1708:1137, 14.jpg)

File: c4c825b0f13c892⋯.jpg (1.54 MB, 4246x2879, 4246:2879, 57.jpg)


 No.129303

File: 83f508d5ec17698⋯.jpg (282.64 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, anglo_1920x1080_eleventhho….jpg)


 No.129304

Throughout all of nuwho, there is a direct correlation between trying to appeal to general audiences and the usage of a teal and orange color palette


 No.129305

People who roleplay as the doctor in youtube comments are braver than the troops


 No.129306


 No.129307

>>129306

Chibnall abandoning everything that made Broadchurch good when writing Doctor Who


 No.129308

>>129306

TV movie


 No.129309

anyone here watch doctor who?


 No.129310

>>129309

I'm gay, but funnily enough I do not.


 No.129311

>>129309

Not for long.


 No.129312

>>129311

Are you thinking of not watching the rest of Series 11?


 No.129313

It

Is

Defended


 No.129314

>>129312

No, I'm thinking of whether there'll still be any Doctor Who to watch.


 No.129315

>>129314

are you going to "doctor" chibnall's "who"?


 No.129316

Chibnall giving Graham and Grace the exact same first syllable shows how out of touch he is with modern shipping culture. At least we have Yasteen


 No.129317

>>129315

You might very well think that. I couldn't possibly comment.


 No.129318

>>129314

Series 12 is definitely happening, I think.


 No.129319

>>129318

Yeah but what year?


 No.129320

>>129318

Memes aside I agree, and I don't think the hiatus will happen either. I think series 13 is a given as well. Things might get rockier after that but I hope not, as there are lots of potential future showrunners around I'd love to have a crack ta it.


 No.129321

Series 14 Episode 1: Shatterpoint


 No.129322

Series 14 Episode 2: Being enslaved by the Daleks? Just move to your own planet lol


 No.129323

Sabrina is better than S11.


 No.129324

im ear-shatteringly het


 No.129325

>>129324

You're as het as I am.


 No.129326

>>129325

it's all i've ever wanted to be


 No.129327

>>129326

We could be het, together.


 No.129328

I'd like to "shatter" Chibnall's "ears" by "het"ting them repeatedly with a baseball bat if you know what I mean


 No.129329

>>129327

can you be the woman? teach me to love you and your boobs and vagina. tell me it can be done


 No.129330

>>129329

Anon, this is getting creepy.


 No.129331

>>129323

actual thoughts? I haven't watched it yet


 No.129332

Legendary blackpills of /who/

>>122494

>their obsession with the omnirumour comes from their refusal to accept that doctor who is no longer made for people like them. they hold out hope for a massive missing episode reveal because that's the only "new" doctor who release they'll ever enjoy.

?beginning to empathise with that POV myself desu


 No.129333

>>129330

i want to be het. I AM HET. I WILL BE HET.


 No.129334

>>129331

It's well-made, has a distinct style and vision apparent from the first ep, cast is great, visuals are cool, but it is woke so even though the wokeness is baked right into the story (the parallels the show makes between covens and social justice groups are plain, and there's a lot of rightful tweaking about the faux-wokeness of general Satantic and neopagan stuff) its mere presence I imagine is enough to deter some of the types here who'd otherwise enjoy it. It's not great TV but it's much more than competent; it has a style and vision and is executing those well. It feels to me like the sort of shows high schoolers would really love in that it's not exactly made for them, it's aimed a few years above if anything, and that's what makes it perfect for them.


 No.129335

>>129333

Anon, just kiss a girl. There. You're het.


 No.129336

>>129335

Would that it were so simple.


 No.129337

>>129335

girls run away from me and i don't know why


 No.129338

Will the real Giga please stand up?


 No.129339

skelly post pics


 No.129340

>>129339

skelly no.


 No.129341

>>129339

Thirding this.


 No.129342

Me, Neo and Immigrant are waiting.


 No.129343

>>129342

Actually, I said "SKELLY NO." I don't want pics.


 No.129344

>>129343

I thought you were being sarcastic.


 No.129345

>>129343

What you meant was "Skelly, no, don't hold up! Send the pics now!"


 No.129346

ROSE: Where'd all the crew go?

DOCTOR: Good question. No life readings on board.

ROSE: Well, we're in deep space. They didn't just nip out for a quick fag.

Anyone else find this problematic? I hope they get rid of this Moffat fella


 No.129347

>Skelly, no [more not posting your pics]


 No.129348

skimmy


 No.129349

Gallifreyan_Skellygrant


 No.129350

You're gonna edit this to make it look like I want Skelly to send pics!


 No.129351

File: d2e080062cc66cd⋯.png (450.18 KB, 437x536, 437:536, skel.png)

C'mon skel, we deserve more than this


 No.129352

>>129350

>I want Skelly to send pics


 No.129353

>>129334

thats pretty much what I was expecting, seems like a recipe for a hit with that late HS early 20s demographic based on your post.


 No.129354

>>129353

It's fun seeing Gomez ham it up too, especially because Missy was surely part of her getting the part and it's reassuring that some actual TV people watched and liked Capaldi Who.


 No.129355

I can think of a certain late HS early 20s /who/re I'd like to "hit".


 No.129356

>>129355

Share with the class?


 No.129357

>>129356

Oh, you're not getting that recipe.


 No.129358

>>129357

What a curious turn of phrase.


 No.129359

I can think of a certain early 20s Tom I'd like to "tit".


 No.129360

>>129359

?

Korean expression?


 No.129361

skelly redpill me right the fuck now on your capuchin monkey


 No.129362

tits out


 No.129363

>>129360

Let us just say that there's a certain man from the south, you might say, who might have pulled a good old tommy tank over a certain tit of his own making.


 No.129364

File: 38c367e36e68a14⋯.png (4.15 MB, 2016x1512, 4:3, capuchin.png)

What the fuck?


 No.129365

>>129364

What the utter fuck


 No.129366

Big Finish can't fix Capaldi and Jodie fast enough


 No.129367

>>129366

I'd be genuinely interested in what "first 50 stories of the main range" Big Finish would do with 13.


 No.129368

Can we get a capuchin monkey flag?


 No.129369

ROSE: Mickey, where'd you learn to fly that thing?

MICKEY: Playstation. Just hold on, Rose. I'm coming to get you.


 No.129370

Nuh, uh. Doctor Who: The Adventure Games man. I've trained for this.


 No.129371


 No.129372

File: 0d1be6185c591d5⋯.png (360 B, 20x16, 5:4, capuchin.png)

the other capy


 No.129373

>The Beast and his Armies shall rise from the Pit to make war against God.

What do you think about this line?


 No.129374

>The Beast and his Armies shall rise from the Pit to make war against God.


 No.129375

Fun fact: Ingiga is Neo's bisexual friend, the one Neo deserted after they confessed their love for him. Neo has now realised that he too loves Ingiga and they are ready to get together .


 No.129376

nilsos gay


 No.129377

Rule 1: Never skip 9

Rule 2: Skip Love & Monsters


 No.129378

Penis in vagina syndrome. Illustrate por queso


 No.129379

File: 14ed745b2b9251f⋯.png (124.6 KB, 214x412, 107:206, chib in the bin.png)

Been watching some pretty great shows recently and I'm wondering why do I keep coming back to Series 11 when it's complete drivel compared to others. Any other show I'd have dropped by now but I guess because it's Who I gotta keep watching even if it feels like a completely different show.


 No.129380

>>129379

You've come this far, are you gonna stop at 55 years into the show?


 No.129381

ok so basically

im have pet monkey


 No.129382

>>129100

I'm happy to help out with whatever we do this year


 No.129383

>>129380

Why not? They can always binge 13's run if they want to be caught up when the next Doctor or showrunner comes about and they're interested in rejoining live then. There's no need to suffer through week to week even if one wants to be a completionist. This was my viewing from 2008-2013; one day I'd get back around to the show and watch everything I'd missed, but why rush when I wasn't into it?

>>129379

I think coming to /who/ is a big part of it, wanting to be part of the conversation and all. I enjoy discussing the show, even as it is now, with family and friends and you guys (some of whom are those things too), but to be honest I wouldn't be watching past the premiere live if not for that.

>>129100

The saviour might appreciate some money on his patron (he hosts the wiki), but I don't want any money on my end (paying for the domain) and would prefer doing another Secret Santa, which are always fun and communal and the community is pretty tightknit this year given how we've all glued together here.

>>129381

Can you write a post about skelly and his monkey in the same style as Amy's American intro for Series 6?


 No.129384

>The next episode might be good.


 No.129385

Planet of the Spiders is KINO.


 No.129386

When I was a little boy, I had an imaginary friend. And when I grew up, he came back. He's a capuchin monkey. He came from Indonesian animal smugglers. He's got a disease called the Mayaro virus that's gives you fever and myalgia and can spread anywhere through spit or feces. I ran away with him. And we've been running ever since.


 No.129387

>>129383

I can understand stopping there but once you've reached 50 years you might as well just go with it. It's only 11 hours of your life a year, and apparently it's not even that much next year


 No.129388

This is very naughty.


 No.129389

File: 4f3cf85ad0b1a8b⋯.jpg (169.52 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, Christmas-Ident-2009.jpg)


 No.129390

>>129387

I disagree and think that "it's only 11 hours of your life a year" is a really strange attitude to take towards media ostensibly for entertainment. None of us owe Doctor Who anything and brand loyalty is a consumerist sham. If it doesn't make you happy anymore, not continuing makes all the sense in the world.


 No.129391

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

No one told me this was kino.


 No.129392

>>129390

I'm not enjoying the show this year very much but I enjoy the discussion here and knowing what everyone is talking about so I'll keep watching it


 No.129393

>>129391

Shes a better Jodie than Jodie

And I say that as a fan


 No.129394

>>129392

That's more or less my personal reasoning too.


 No.129395


 No.129396

>>129391

I wish Jodie had this much leg revealed


 No.129397

>>129393

If her costume was 13's actual costume, how would the reaction have been to the costume reveal?


 No.129398

>>129395

I'm rather fascinated about what he presumably dislikes about the podcast. Any guesses?


 No.129399

>>129398

That it's ours probably. We should invite him on for the Indian episode


 No.129400

DOCTOR: But here she is, Rose Tyler. Hmm. She's not the best I've ever had. Bit too blonde. Not too steady on her pins. A lot of that. And just last week, she stared into the heart of the Time Vortex and aged fifty seven years. But she'll do.

JACKIE: I'm forty.

Doctor Who used to have so much soul


 No.129401

Neo, can I download your Torchwood stuff and a list of the order anywhere?


 No.129402

>>129401

Of course!

https://fuckofferino.wiki/wiki/User_blog:NeoCLSTR/Torchwood_(Neo's_Archive)

All the individual download links are there. Are you asking for like a big MEGA of everything?


 No.129403


 No.129404

>>129402

A MEGA would be good, if you have one already prepared.


 No.129405

File: fe89db076a732e4⋯.jpg (53.61 KB, 698x394, 349:197, Whatisyourname.jpg)

>>129404

I more or less do, just give me a mo to tidy and ready it up a little. Can I ask, are you a stream user catching up (if so, I'd love to know who!) or someone new to the order?


 No.129406

>>129398

Not MRA enough.


 No.129407

>>129405

I've not been on the stream before


 No.129408

File: d44932067ee6898⋯.jpg (155.41 KB, 1360x768, 85:48, 1540715590903.jpg)

describe series 11 in an image


 No.129409

File: ceef41cfeb74d19⋯.jpg (104.72 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, brownbricks.jpg)


 No.129410

File: 03e99786991c109⋯.jpg (285.27 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 20181027223619_1.jpg)

>>129408

this but with a signed picture of chibnall's face saying "just make it really"


 No.129411

File: 47121f36a6e6d9d⋯.jpg (41.4 KB, 422x381, 422:381, mike matei gadget.jpg)


 No.129413

So the Doctor says he thought the Cult of Skaro was a myth but they were in a Time Lord prison ship so how would he not know they were real if the Time Lords were able to capture them?


 No.129414

>>129412

nvm this was boring


 No.129415

>>129407

Oh wow, that's cool to see someone not following the actual stream of it still want to experience it. The MEGA will be ready within the hour, some stuff needed updating in it.


 No.129416

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

what are /who/ listening to?


 No.129418

Introducing JENNA COLEMAN as COUNTESS DRACULA


 No.129419

>>129418

I'd watch it instantly.


 No.129420

>>129419

Can't imagine why 😏


 No.129421

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.129422


 No.129423

File: dd5058f46b58ec1⋯.png (865.11 KB, 866x1080, 433:540, chinballs.png)

>it's a sunday-night-popcorn monster movie!


 No.129424

File: cfd8ce47b52de0b⋯.png (2.69 MB, 1595x1080, 319:216, 112i.png)

I love this shot


 No.129425

>>129424

so why did you put a filter over it?


 No.129426

>>129425

What am I filtering out, huh?


 No.129427

>>129413

They weren’t in a prison ship. They escaped. All the other Daleks were in the prison ship and the Cult of Sharp we’re trying to free them.


 No.129428

>>129427

*Skaro


 No.129429

>>129426

I think that anon is implying that you're filtering out the kino.


 No.129430

>>129429

but Immigrant, that shot's not kino.


 No.129431

>>129429

Something’s inhibiting my kino


 No.129432

>>128911

Second cutest after McGann, you mean


 No.129433

>>129426

you took a perfectly good shot and threw a chromab filter over it as well as some kind of dotty screen


 No.129434

File: e3238406afc4032⋯.png (808.14 KB, 1344x1030, 672:515, bl.png)

Speaking of kino:

blue > grean


 No.129435

>>129434

fuck, typo'd


 No.129436

>>129434

imagine being this pleb

blue is basic bitch tier and one of the most boring colors in general


 No.129437

I'd like to make a certain /who/re "grean", I mean "groan", if you know what I mean.


 No.129438

>Early verdict

>Best enjoyed as more of a mindless monster romp. It’s unlikely to win any awards, but after last week’s weighty historical, it will serve as a fair respite.

This episode is going to be aggressively shit


 No.129439

File: cc78693c6948b05⋯.png (651.06 KB, 851x672, 851:672, sf2.PNG)

>>129432

but McGann's not cute, he's heroic.


 No.129440

>>129418

I'd ___ instantly.


 No.129441

>>129409

“I’m better than you, so I should run the show” - Vinay Patel to Chris Chibnall


 No.129442

I'd like to make a certain /who/re ___ instantly, if you know what I mean.


 No.129443

The rumours about Kinda are true.


 No.129444

>>129437

don't rub in my typo


 No.129445

>>129443

That it's one of the best Five serials ever, and one of the best eps of Classic Who overall?


 No.129446

File: feeb03d903502cc⋯.gif (494.23 KB, 240x186, 40:31, 4F7E147A-1048-4587-8319-05….gif)

>>129439

Eh, depends which era of McGann.


 No.129447

>>129436

suck a fat one, anon. where's your appreciation of all colours?


 No.129448

>>129446

still not cute, but VERY romantic.


 No.129449

File: 3a281b843994f31⋯.png (444 B, 20x16, 5:4, youtubeFlag1.png)

Loved this story. It was very educational and informative and about a very important and relevant piece of subject matter as it dealt with racism and didn't shy away from the issue. It was very emotional and the best historical story since Vincent and the Doctor.


 No.129450

>>129447

I'd like to suck a certain /who/re's fat one, if you know what I mean, but not you because you might be skelly.


 No.129451

>>129447

#allcoloursmatter

Except orange.


 No.129452

File: 3b3ca0518e134fd⋯.jpg (171.26 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, tardis20.jpg)

>>129451

oi, orange is great.


 No.129453

>>129450

That’s not even an innuendo. That’s just a single entendre.


 No.129454

File: d9bebc8ee6deb07⋯.png (605 B, 256x256, 1:1, dark-yellow.png)

>>129447

Not all colors are equal

yellow in particular is the shittest tier color. It's the lightest hue, and reducing the value makes it look like absolute shit. There's a reason nobody ever uses dark yellow, look how ugly this shit is.


 No.129455

>>129454

I dont mind that colour, that could easily be used as a nice nautical scheme, like a sub.


 No.129456

>>129454

>not all colors are equal

no shit, otherwise there wouldnt be any differences you dip.


 No.129457

>>129450

that is the worst one so far.


 No.129458


 No.129459

whats skellys friend code


 No.129460

>>129455

It would look much nicer if the hue was either more orange or more green


 No.129461

>>129458

how do you keep finding these semi-famous attractive white pop singers?


 No.129462

>>129460

agreed, but its still fine as is.


 No.129463

>>129461

immigrant is one


 No.129464

File: 3e07be226e4e8bb⋯.jpg (79.61 KB, 540x960, 9:16, 1540645965825.jpg)

DWE?


 No.129465

File: d87d9e03417b461⋯.jpg (140.99 KB, 749x749, 1:1, tumblr_ovvunlKydL1qz52vwo1….jpg)


 No.129466

>>129465

I don't know who this character is but it looks like he is made of CHEESE


 No.129467


 No.129468

File: ef6c561874bc7b1⋯.jpg (171.87 KB, 848x1199, 848:1199, DqlrYhZWsAAGb2C.jpg)

File: f4b12c7e2c1328f⋯.jpg (10.66 KB, 400x400, 1:1, 3wYbTPiZ_400x400.jpg)

needs more practice, also his new pfp creeps me tf out.


 No.129469

File: 51ef40bfecf6aca⋯.webm (551.35 KB, 482x374, 241:187, dancingCheese.webm)


 No.129470

>>129461

How many have I posted so far? And I dunno. Probably because my tastes were partially affected by 2000s female rock bands. I could have posted a semi-famous attractive Asian-American pop singer.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjF5cai24b8

Or a 70s R&B song:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LjG7-5kbevo

Or Grimes (ft. Janelle Monae:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI6PKMfkgYk

Or Billy Ocean: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZAIyMFbDnA

Or my absolute favorite, a Phil Collins song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IrNTsKg4z64


 No.129471

File: 5d4e12af6720f22⋯.png (2.2 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, vlcsnap-2018-10-21-22h11m3….png)


 No.129472

Doctor Who is Dead - Good!


 No.129473

>>129472

Shut up, Neo.


 No.129474

On my oath as a Time Lord of the Prydonian Chapter, I will guard this body for a thousand years.


 No.129475

File: 025ef436d78c0ab⋯.png (601.22 KB, 1300x731, 1300:731, Screen Shot 2018-10-28 at ….png)

File: 7f12c3f3dc81f51⋯.jpg (77.46 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mpv-shot0001.jpg)

Remember how they shone some lights with gobos onto the original tardis roundels, only to edit them out in the final episode?


 No.129476

>>129472

We /beepmeep/ now


 No.129477

>>129475

All the more proof that TUAT is a subjective dream of the 12th Doctor. We never saw 12's regeneration to 13.

That should be a ST2.75 or ST3 story baout 13's paranoia about not remembering the regeneration clearly, and her wondering "what really happenned?"


 No.129478

>>129468

>>129467

He said his document got deleted last night so this is one he whipped together quickly.


 No.129479


 No.129480

>>129477

>subjective dream


 No.129481

>>129480

Isn't that your and Giga's theory? It's a cool one.


 No.129482

>>129477

A lot of the shots in TUAT (particularly in the old tardis and the battlefield) have some kind of soft focus filtering which does give it a dreamlike quality

but that could also just be an inevitable side effect of the heavy masking/editing done to do things like clean up the roundels and insert the digital sky


 No.129483

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I AM A GAMER I AM SUPERIOR TO THE AVERAGE HUMAN


 No.129484

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 No.129485

>>129483

What going on here? Is she getting mad that a specific streamer isn't interested in doing the whole "address everyone in the chat by name when they connect" thing?


 No.129486

>>129481

How many objective dreams do you have?


 No.129487

>>129483

yikes that took a huge turn, should have watched it the whole way through


 No.129488

>>129486

about 1 every few months.


 No.129489

Go tell a pig about your moral high ground.


 No.129490

>>129488

what do you consider to be an objective dream?


 No.129491

>>129489

Do Androids Dream (Objectively) Of Electric Pigs?

>>129490

A dream that is cohesive to its own vision, and/or has effects on the material world.


 No.129492

>>129478

I don't understand his thought proccess in wanting to shit one out quickly instead of actually taking time to make it look nice


 No.129493

>>129492

>his thought proccess


 No.129494

>>129492

Whelan operates on a different level to us


 No.129495

>>129491

>has effects on the material world

Can you provide an example?


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 No.129497

>>129492

He said he spent all night doing 3 day's work. At that point I'd have left it alone and thought it not worth the rush.


 No.129498

>>129497

but what about all his fans


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 No.129500

>>129496

I didn’t post this >>129499


 No.129501

>>129499

>>129500

Well, you know when you see an event in your dream, that seems eerily close to real events? Or a mental worry in your dream reflects in the real world? That's more objective.


 No.129502

I didn’t post this >>129489


 No.129503

>>128886

So it's been joked about and complained about since literally the 70s, but the only way you could do "the Doctor's sibling" as a story and have it still work is if it's the Master. Obviously at this point their stories don't quite work together anymore unless you take the Leekley Bible as canon, though. Maybe the Master inherited his father's estates but as the Doctor was a mixed race child, he had to go to/was banished to a children's home after Ulysses's death.


 No.129504

>>128884

Irving works because he absolutely doesn't care (much) about his sibling's shenanigans, and has his own life.


 No.129505

>>128912

I'd be happier with Time of the Doctor.


 No.129506

>>129501

I kept a dream diary for years to try and catch an example of a dream playing out in real life, but any time I had that feeling I had no record of it from a dream.

I honestly believe that’s just a mind trick, a different form of deja vu where you attribute it to a dream that is completely fabricated yet your mind thinks happened


 No.129507

>>129503

And also they make out sometimes, I guess. Somehow managed to forget that for a second.


 No.129508

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chibnall


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 No.129510

Day of the Stenza


 No.129511

Twice Upon a Time is not a bad episode, and all of its flaws are eliminated if you interpret it as a dream.


 No.129512

>>128986

I really like the trick with the hands-on-a-clock spin.


 No.129513

The stenza insurgence


 No.129514

The Stenza Masterplan


 No.129515

>>129511

Twice Upon a Time is not an episode.


 No.129516

>>129512

But clocks are a capaldi thing not a jodie thing, do they even watch the show?


 No.129517

>>129515

It's better. In your language, it's pure heaven.


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 No.129519

File: a23f73c4dddd354⋯.jpg (158.08 KB, 1905x1080, 127:72, babysaiga.jpg)


 No.129520

>>129013

Charley has some thickness, in a good way.


 No.129521

Is professor Yana’s name translated in different languages to make the acronym work?


 No.129522

The Strictly dance is my fav bit of S11 content so far.


 No.129523

File: f28b82191bd1531⋯.gif (971.91 KB, 400x454, 200:227, Happy Colin Baker.gif)


 No.129524

>>129522

But the keyboard player flubs the melody at one point


 No.129525

>>129523

>that dress

STOP APPROPRIATING GAMER CULTURE

WE ARE NOT A COSTUME AND THIS IS NOT OKAY


 No.129526

>>129052

Mission to the Unknown, basically.


 No.129527

>>129524

Go tell a pig about your technical highground


 No.129528

>>129525

Hey, man, she's a hardcore classic gamer. She's one of those fucking nintendo grognards, still complaining that Mario 64 is too much of a departure. She won't even play the newer sidescrollers because they're too "casual" and "floaty".


 No.129529

>>129525

I'll have you know Colin Baker is an avid gamer


 No.129530

Can't speall gamer without ga


 No.129531

>>129528

I bet your "core" gets pretty "hard" when you talk about her, if you know what I mean


 No.129532

matt smith is 36 today!


 No.129533

>>129532

And thats a good thing


 No.129534

File: 740b057edd1d635⋯.jpg (26.61 KB, 660x371, 660:371, matt smith 2018.jpg)

>>129532

gay death hit him hard


 No.129535

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kino


 No.129536

>>129532

what the fuck? i thought he was like 29 still


 No.129537

>>129532

4 years left!


 No.129538

>>129148

They haven't given her enough moments to really let it flow in motion like Ten and Captain Jack got. When she whipped it off in Rosa and went to go see Graham and Ryan she had a really butch feel that I kinda liked.

I'm looking forward to seeing some real variations on it. Different coats, different linings, different trousers, things like Capaldi and Smith got.


 No.129539

>>129535

This is disgusting behaviour coming from someone who struggles with depression and suicidal thoughts himself. To be in that situation and still wish it on someone else takes an exceptionally shitty person.


 No.129540

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Thoughts on Scotty?


 No.129541

And then I go and spoil it all, by saying something stupid like___


 No.129542

>>129534

>>129532

Man, you can see every one of those decades on his face.

>>129537

>On a broader note, boy is this article gonna look bad in a year or two when he does die.


 No.129543

>>129541

alopecia ridden ballbag


 No.129544

>>129540

Thoughts on your monkey?


 No.129545

>>129541

t. Nilso


 No.129546

File: 36df41ee81ac82f⋯.jpg (52.58 KB, 750x585, 50:39, capuchin-monkey-baby.jpg)

>>129544

he's cute desu


 No.129547

Peter Harness would've been a GREAT Torchwood writer


 No.129548

File: 3cf438f66c190d9⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 126.33 KB, 1056x1026, 176:171, Monkey.jpg)


 No.129549

>When I was a little boy, I had an imaginary friend. And when I grew up, he came back. He's a capuchin monkey. He came from Indonesian animal smugglers. He's got a disease called the Mayaro virus that's gives you fever and myalgia and can spread anywhere through spit or feces. I ran away with him. And we've been running ever since.


 No.129550

>>129549

Vocaroo


 No.129551

david tennant will be 58 next year


 No.129552

peter davison will be 90 next year


 No.129553

>>129248

That's not how IQ works, anon.


 No.129554

File: 2a2b0cc0e7c832b⋯.jpg (10.18 KB, 225x224, 225:224, download (12).jpg)

>eccleston will be 70 in 3 years


 No.129555

>>129552

No wonder Ariana dumped him


 No.129556

File: 50116520a15ccfc⋯.jpg (91.31 KB, 634x953, 634:953, eccleston.jpg)

Pay up.


 No.129557

>>129553

please don't revive that discussion


 No.129558

Vocaroo embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

 No.129559

File: c81b5fa9149fd43⋯.jpeg (158.68 KB, 640x340, 32:17, IMG_4322.jpeg)


 No.129560

>>129558

Based Beyond Belief


 No.129561

I don't particularly think that anyone from BBC reads this Subreddit, but if anyone did…

An episode featuring Dalek sympathizers, where non-Daleks support them and their goal to exterminate, hoping that their iron rule will bring order and safety to their society, might be a poignant and appropriate message for the times we live in. Particularly if it was in reference to a planet shared by different cultures, embroiled in hatred of each other, with one sect vying for dominance through spouting Dalek ideals and through hoping perhaps to become like Daleks themselves.

An episode about that topic, written in the right tone, might be good enough to make me queasy - which would be exactly what we need more of, to make us feel uncomfortable by what the growing outer fringe is trying to do right now.


 No.129562

>>129400

>Careful, her ankle's going.

>I'll show you where my ankle's going!

Love that episode.


 No.129563

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 No.129564

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 No.129565

>>129561

Remembrance basically did it


 No.129566

Stacey Dooley for 13


 No.129567

Stacey Dooley for showrunner


 No.129568

Stacey Dooley for 13


 No.129569

13


 No.129570

On 26 March 2005, Ross Bevan was looking forward to the new series of Strictly Come Dancing. (AUDIO: One Rule)

Tom and Eleri Flanagan watched one of its series finales the night before Gwen Cooper and Owen Harper's visit to their home. The winner was "that newsreader", whom Owen described as having "legs up to her armpits". (TV: Ghost Machine)

Clara Oswald and her family always watched the Christmas edition of Strictly Come Dancing. (TV: The Time of the Doctor)


 No.129571

>>129570

great, series continuity bloody ruined, fuck chibnall


 No.129572

Thirteen to be recast for Series 12. Not the Doctor. Thirteen.


 No.129573

I didn't post this >>129508


 No.129574

Also Ray Holman has series 12 on his CV, it says production for S12 starts this year.

So no delay, no hiatus.


 No.129575

>>129573

yeah because i did


 No.129576

>>129570

Stacey isn't just dressed up as 13, she's actually playing her. In comparison to some of the past stunt performers, she's pretty close.


 No.129577

>>129574

Knew it.


 No.129578

>>129577

I didn't post this >>129574


 No.129579

>>129574

>So no delay, no hiatus.

what… wonderful news


 No.129580

>>129574

"production" =/= "shooting"


 No.129581

>>129577

What if it's a 20 episode series and there's still gonna be a hiatus, they're just filming earlier to make up for it?


 No.129582

>>129581

what… wonderful news


 No.129583

We streaming arachnids as it airs?


 No.129584

A stream of arachnids emanating from nilsos urethra


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 No.129586

File: aa43908c3d1fe42⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 44.29 KB, 539x960, 539:960, 1454073088442.jpg)

The Tsuranga Conundrum's villain was leaked


 No.129587

real talk, why the fuck does skelly have a monkey


 No.129588

Vocaroo embed. Click on thumbnail to play.

>>129587

weren't you listening?


 No.129589

theres a new episode in 4 hours and nobody fucking cares

my sides, this is such a shit show


 No.129590

dam skelly your voice is gay as fuck!!!


 No.129591

>>129588

You sound exactly like imagined.


 No.129592

spider in uk

ahh scary

cant wait


 No.129593

skellys parents knew as soon as he uttered his first word


 No.129594

>>129588

K I N O


 No.129595

>>129591

you already heard my voice in foreman silly


 No.129596

File: da223b018c77efa⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 32.43 KB, 413x413, 1:1, 7014336_3b6629b6dd.jpg)

6 hours


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 No.130197

What are some of 13's personality traits besides "nice" and "vaguely ditzy"?


 No.132676

>>12345




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