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

File: ab16dacdd13c2f0⋯.jpg (55.71 KB, 700x638, 350:319, p'thicc.jpg)

 No.138408

P'thicc Edition

Previous: >>137644

 No.138409

File: b2aa0251a350a2a⋯.jpg (61.19 KB, 1435x751, 1435:751, street.JPG)


 No.138410

File: 1a2060061ca31fe⋯.jpg (232.87 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2018-11-04 at ….jpg)

the Series 3 trailers were fucking weird. There's this one as well as the mid-series one that has this bizarre edit that goes from 10 saying "don't turn your back, don't look away, and don't –" to the brother from Family of the Dead/Human Nature screaming "RUNNN!" but why would the Doctor ever say "don't run" it doesn't make sense to have that edit


 No.138411

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>138410

that shot doesn't work any better in context either


 No.138412

File: 984b6f3b3dec779⋯.jpg (161.29 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, mpv-shot0033.jpg)

File: 4a7378791076e2d⋯.jpg (126.99 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, mpv-shot0034.jpg)

How did they miss that one light in a couple of shots? Are the lights completely digital, or were there LEDs on set and one of them broke between takes? The way the light shines off her nose suggests there was some kind of real light present. Why didn't they edit in the extra light during post? It's distracting cutting between two different shots of her face, with one having all 4 lights on and the other having one of the lights off


 No.138413

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>138410

found the mid-series one


 No.138414

>>138412

>have a gag about Ryan "training for this" by playing a video game in an earlier episode

>don't include him in a scene that's just a character playing a VR game while another character stands there, something Ryan has already perfected the art of


 No.138415

zoomer having a youtube channel and playing call of duty is such a chib idea


 No.138416

>>138413

Wait doctor who took two weeks off in the middle of S3, and showed a trailer for the second half of the series at the end of an episode? In australia they were still airing it delayed enough that the series had already ended in the UK, and we just got a normal "next episode" trailer


 No.138417

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

was it trailerkino?


 No.138418

>>138417

yes but the foxes one is better


 No.138419

foxes roxes kindas soxes


 No.138420

File: 248ac92989a1f6c⋯.png (1.2 MB, 1360x841, 1360:841, ClipboardImage.png)

what the fuck was his problem?


 No.138421

>>138417

desu I thought all the Capaldi-era trailers were kinda shit. The Series 5 and 6 trailers are trailerkino, so I don't know what happened after that. Series 9's trailer being letterboxed in 2.39:1 for no reason still annoys me whenever I see it.


 No.138422

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

POST NEXT TIME TRAILER KINO


 No.138423

>>138421

I certainly hope you aren't referring to the S5 "flying through the vortex with random bubbles that show villains and then a giant silurian head bursts out of the ground" trailer


 No.138424

>>138422

The most kino next time trailers are the ones that just say "to be continued" and don't show anything from the next episode


 No.138425

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

always loved this one, for some reason they didn't include it at the end of The Almost People (I guess to maintain the suspense with that cliffhanger?) but they uploaded it online afterwards anyway


 No.138426

File: f0039483dc5d229⋯.mp4 (9.18 MB, 630x360, 7:4, rtd design by committee.mp4)

what would chibnall say if given the same question?


 No.138427

consolidated for spiders is 8.22


 No.138428

>>138427

doctorwhotv says it was 7.97


 No.138429

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>138423

no that trailer is fucking awful, this one aired at the end of The End of Time Part 2. I remember because that was the first episode I watched live when BBCAmerica showed it along with Part 1 back-to-back (yeah great place to start) and this trailer was so hype inducing that I immediately got a copy of Series 1 and watched nuWho all the way through before Series 5 started


 No.138430

chibnall bad

rtd good

it's simple really.


 No.138431

File: 86950d3b4c7aaed⋯.png (97.32 KB, 408x128, 51:16, 86950d3b4c7aaed2fda8afcfd0….png)


 No.138432

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

this is fucking Lynchian holy shit


 No.138433

>>138428

That's without iplayer and shit.


 No.138434

Woman is the only episode to have meaningful characterisation of the companions so

every episode since has just been "how would each personality react to this thing" with an occasional "designated character arc scene" that has so little progression it may as well be nonexistent


 No.138435

>>138434

so far


 No.138436


 No.138437

File: 8f6bd292feecb78⋯.png (1.66 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

was it a utopia moment?


 No.138438

File: 7c662adcef0faad⋯.png (3.37 MB, 1324x1384, 331:346, 8l2.png)


 No.138439

Is there a mega link for the episode?


 No.138440

Thin Ice is stealthkino.


 No.138441

File: 5efde39918b258d⋯.jpg (161.71 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, DrS9ULfVYAEfvZg.jpg)


 No.138442

>>138441

>looking for a cheer-up pics to get us through the next 24 hours

Oh come on, I don't think the Tsuranga Conundrum was *that* bad


 No.138443

File: 9e4626acbf4d772⋯.jpg (69.03 KB, 607x806, 607:806, DrS9Pf4UwAEyQ_e.jpg)


 No.138444


 No.138445

what's the most NPC favorite episode?


 No.138446


 No.138447


 No.138448

>>138445

Anything from Series 4.


 No.138449

>>138445

>contrarians saying Blink because it's popular

correct answer is Vincent and the Doctor. Not because it's overrated, just because Blink is 11 years old and most casual fans only watched Smith's run.


 No.138450

>>138449

Moffat is good at individual episodes but his story arcs are terrible. Just look at his episodes in the RTD era


 No.138451

File: 90e7d903bdb3843⋯.png (24.36 KB, 121x121, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.138452

>>138450

>his story arcs are terrible.

t. Dimmeh


 No.138453

File: b6a87d9bfb5eade⋯.png (1.12 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, dimmsdale8.png)


 No.138454

Vince Gilligan mentions An Adventure in Space and Time in a Better Call Saul commentary, referred to as "that Doctor Who movie".

It's so fucking surreal hearing the words "Doctor Who" out of Vince's mouth.


 No.138455

>>138454

What does he say about it?


 No.138456

>>138455

Nothing really. Just brings it up because its director directed the episode of Better Call Saul in question. But the fact that he specifically brought it up suggests he might've watched it, which is a crazy thought.


 No.138457

Hell Bent is just frustrating for me. We go to bloody Gallifrey for a whole episode, a great opportunity to explore The Doctor’s past and be introduced to new Gallifrey characters, but once again it’s turned into the Clara show.


 No.138458

>>138450

>his story arcs are terrible

>what is Series 5

>what is Series 6a

>what is Series 9

I wouldn't even call his story arcs in Series 6B/7/8/10 bad either. 8/10 don't really have much of a story arc, sure there's Missy in Series 8 but she's just kinda doing her own thing unrelated to the main plot until Dark Water, and I wouldn't call the Vault a story arc either since it's just kinda a background mystery that's done by episode 5 or whatever. 6B/7 he kinda fucked himself with the resolution to the Doctor's death/Silence arc in Wedding of River Song, and I've never had much of a problem with the Impossible Girl arc. Moffat fucked himself by keeping the Ponds around for 5 more episodes since it meant he only had 7 episodes to explore Clara's character which wasn't enough at all.

Moffat accidentally stumbling upon a perfect resolution to all of the story arcs and loose threads when he did the 50th and wrapping them all up in a satisfying way in Time of the Doctor was such a clutch fucking recovery on his end


 No.138459

>The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances

>Time of Angels/Flesh and Stone

>The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang

>The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon

>Heaven Sent/Hell Bent

>World Enough and Time/The Doctor Falls

how did Moffat master the art of the kino two-parter? No other writer was able to pull it off to the extent he did. That's not to say there weren't any other good two-parters over the last 10 series, but the episodes I listed are all perfect 10's in my eyes


 No.138460

>>138459

>>Heaven Sent/Hell Bent

someones about to get verged


 No.138461

>>138459

Series 7 had no Moffat 2-parters. Series 7 is also considered a bad season.


 No.138462

>>138454

didn't he get started as a writer/producer for The X-Files? I'm sure he's watched Doctor Who, at least Classic Who growing up.

Vince Gilligan is based though. If there was anyone I'd trust to be showrunner for a US remake of Doctor Who it'd be him no question. Fuck, have him replace Chibnall. Come to think of it, have there been any American writers on Doctor Who? I know Rachel Talalay is American but she just directs


 No.138463

File: 0025fb775a8ddbb⋯.gif (1.15 MB, 540x250, 54:25, 13notanymore.gif)

>>138461

>Series 7 is also considered a bad season.


 No.138464

>>138462

Either him or Bryan Fuller.


 No.138465

They are shit.

I'm not even watching the next one.

I'd rather have no Doctor Who than this.


 No.138466

>>138464

yeah but Bryan Fuller is too unreliable. He'd either get the show cancelled or quit after just one season


 No.138467

File: f7d14441a35908f⋯.png (20.63 KB, 551x156, 551:156, ClipboardImage.png)

based nachos401


 No.138468

File: 56d9458f5aa2284⋯.gif (1.5 MB, 345x300, 23:20, moff laughing in darkness.gif)

>>138467

at last


 No.138469

>>138467

t. Nachos


 No.138470

>>138459

He has a rule about two-parters concerning the way they fit together that nobody else does and it makes them feel totally different to anyone else's.


 No.138471

MOFFPILL:

Moff DID chose chibnall personally, he knew that chibbers being at this quality would retroactively make his era one of the most appreciated of all time.

fucking BASED


 No.138472

File: e956f14c61f9f4c⋯.png (46.7 KB, 915x224, 915:224, ClipboardImage.png)

oh nonononono


 No.138473

well that was utterly mediocre but probably in the upper echelon with Rosa imo


 No.138475

>>138472

>sponsored by GI


 No.138476

>>138442

it would have been a mediocre filler episode for Smith or Tennet. So by S11 standards, it's literally the best fucking episode of the damn season so far.


 No.138477

Anyone else found Tsuranga's set design utterly unimpressive? Which other DW eps have bad set design?


 No.138478

>>138472

Do these people not realize that the 2nd half of Rosa was literally about the Doctor and pals systematically doing everything in their power to make sure an innocent women would be fucking arrested? That wasn't powerful, it was cringey as hell.


 No.138479

File: 7a97b43c22382ba⋯.jpg (117.7 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, g1.jpg)

>>138478

But anon! They had to WITNESS it HAPPENING! Don't you feel so bad for them and their struggle?

lol


 No.138480

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

>>138476

>mfw remembering the awkward way the doctor dumped the information that she traveled in time on the other passengers

>mfw an episode with a script this fucking incompetent is still better than the last four


 No.138481

>>138477

>>138476

I got things to say about this episode.

You're going to have to wait to hear them, though.


 No.138482

>>138477

The halls and control room were okay for the concept of self piloting space ship that clearly the people on board weren't suppose to be messing with or even be walking around in much. The unretracted landing gear legs on the outside annoyed the fuck out of me though. And the antimatter core was far too simple looking for a prop that the script spent that much time taking about and focusing that close up on.


 No.138483

>>138482

Do you think it would be better as a double helix, maybe with some snake heads at the top?


 No.138484

>>138482

What's the lore significance of anti-matter? Outside of, I guess, the Three Doctors, I'm having trouble making the connection.


 No.138485

>>138479

witnessing it happen and taking up fucking seats especially so it would happen are two vary different things. It just makes the doctor look like a huge cunt without the context. It would be like if they actually showed Ten rushing into an inn in Bethlehem with a shit eating grin on his face to rent that last room instead of just making a offhand joke about it.


 No.138486

>>138484

I guess it was just basic fascination with how cool humans have become.


 No.138487

>>138484

I think it's was just a general "the doctor luvs the science!" bit to show that sometimes they actually try to explain stuff like a hard sci fi show or something


 No.138488

>>138477

maybe a little too jj abrams, but as far as arwel "ah well" wyn jones goes, it could certainly have been worse

if the director had chosen to photograph the set with an eye to emphasizing how sterile and orderly the environment was, the pting would seem more dangerous because it would be such an aberration, but apparently filming anything other than closeups gets in the way of the "real characters" and their "real dialogue"

the antimatter drive design was actually pretty great, but whatever the fuck that speech was pretty much cancelled out anything good about it


 No.138489

Sandifer is having Beth from Time Team on this week's podcast. I thought she was very cynical about TT?


 No.138490

File: 6a3d8e2b52432ac⋯.png (1.1 MB, 1918x959, 2:1, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 3ab443383fc2fc1⋯.png (1.54 MB, 1915x960, 383:192, ClipboardImage.png)

It was very routine running up and down corridors and silly monsters. It was perhaps a little too routine doctor who.


 No.138491


 No.138492

>>138489

Beth is also in a popular women’s doctor who group


 No.138493

nyeeehhhh boring


 No.138494

File: 4dce43cbb61d34f⋯.gif (4.65 MB, 408x253, 408:253, malcolm.gif)

>>138484

science fun facts

there's normal matter, and there's antimatter

when they come into contact they turn to pure energy, because matter=energy

fascinating stuff about how the universe works

except chibs tells us basically none of this and instead went on about the fucking particle accelerator giving virtually no background on the actual scientific principles CERN is researching, so it might as well have been star trek technobabble as far as anyone watching who might potentially be interested in this stuff is concerned

from bean to cup, chib fucks up


 No.138495

Rewatching the TUAT regeneration scene is so weird now, seeing Jodie in that TARDIS with Marigold scoring it. big sigh.


 No.138496

>>138490

Whoever said it would be 42 again was right. But I feel like 42 was much more distinctive because it had Graeme Harper and suffering Tennant imagery.


 No.138497

>>138496

42 had

>marigold

>tennant

>freema

>harper

42 was so much better it's not even funny


 No.138498

>>138496

It also had more conundrums per minute.


 No.138499

>>138496

>Whoever said it would be 42 again was right.

That was me. Yer welcome.


 No.138500

File: edd8abb1dd1be8e⋯.webm (2.91 MB, 960x480, 2:1, positrons.webm)

Imagine being Jodie and having to perform this scene.


 No.138501

>>138500

Chibnall is a Positron. Positron 7386X is his serial number.


 No.138502

>>138500

still dont know what to make of it


 No.138503

File: f26af3853daf505⋯.jpg (806.97 KB, 1002x1206, 167:201, chibbysmiley.jpg)

>>138490

>>138493

>In his appearance on the BBC's Open Air, a young and discerning Chris said: "It could have been slightly better written, especially the last story. It was very clichéd, it was very routine – running up and down corridors and silly monsters."

>So, has Chris taken his own criticism on board in light of his new gig as series 11 showrunner? Of course not. (Would you take advice from your teenage self?)

<"Imagine if something you did for 20 minutes when you were 16 has resonance when you are 30 years older. It's kind of extraordinary," he explained to The Telegraph.

<"Listen, I'm not saying I was right when I was 16 ‒ it was a load of nonsense," he continued, before revealing what fans can expect from his tenure.

<"Loads of running up and down corridors and loads of monsters," he quipped.


 No.138504

>>138503

die hero live villain yada yada


 No.138505

>>138500

>Conceptually, and actually!

the concept was good but the writing was bad


 No.138506

>>138500

dishonest cinematography


 No.138507

>>138477

I liked the clean modern look


 No.138508

File: 06cbda24f0b74a0⋯.png (160.88 KB, 379x402, 379:402, 2ponders.png)

>>138505

this is the part where i die a little inside each time i see it


 No.138509

>>138503

What article was this from? Been trying to find the quote for a while


 No.138510

Chibnall is fascinated with "imagination" and "conceptualising" because he's incapable of it himself


 No.138511


 No.138512

The whole plot with Eve Cicero felt so… shoddy. I mean, conceptually it's just a fine somewhat generic idea about sibling relationship, but in the episode it's just talking in rooms with very little sense of stakes.

Pregnant man storyline was genuinely funny to me though. Maybe because of labour memes.


 No.138513

File: 23b9f5cb6657ba7⋯.png (32.54 KB, 640x710, 64:71, _104149224_us_midterms_sep….png)

People prevail… Hope prevails!


 No.138514

>>138510

reminder that one of the reasons this man gave for why he's writer is that he "likes to find out what happens next".


 No.138515

>>138513

hasn't the president lost the house in the first term basically forever?


 No.138516

"Rosa" isn't a Series 11 episode because it isn't about family other than references to Grace. Other episodes that potentially aren't Series 11 episodes include Kerblam! The Witchfinders, and Episode 9. But we'll see.


 No.138517

>>138513

Why do americans have an election season just for a fraction of the seats, rather than doing it all at once?


 No.138518

>>138512

The pregnant man was certainly memorable, which isn't something you can really say about anything else that's chibby's come up with

so it was probably the guy who came up with the pting's idea


 No.138519

>>138517

same thing happens in Australia. the main reason is that it's not really supposed to matter, the intent of a senate is typically for reviewing bills and making sure they pass legal scrutiny rather than being a political chamber to block bills.


 No.138520

File: 90880aefac7b840⋯.png (352.86 KB, 396x382, 198:191, 1519726509532.png)


 No.138521

>>138519

Aren't all federal house and senate seats voted on at an election in australia? Isn't that the whole point of how the election works?


 No.138522

>>138521

only if it's a double dissolution, i'll be honest i dont really understand it entirely myself

>Senators normally serve fixed six-year terms (from 1 July to 30 June). At most federal elections, the seats of 40 of the 76 Senators (half of the 72 Senators from the six states and all four of the Senators from the territories) are contested, along with the entire House of Representatives; such an election is sometimes known as a half-Senate election. The seats of Senators elected at a half-Senate election are not contested at the next election, provided it is a half-Senate election. However, under some circumstances, the entire Senate is dissolved early, in what is known as a double dissolution.


 No.138523

When Yaz chimes in with "just like my uniform cameras!"

What a tragically contrived character. I mean it's so bad, I actually feel sorry for this fictional person for being so nebulous.


 No.138524

File: 44fceef3544b917⋯.webm (985.94 KB, 1280x640, 2:1, kickaudio.webm)

>>138523

Kicking the kino away is the only good thing she has done in 5 episodes.


 No.138525

Yasmin likes her job doesn't she?

Does the fact that she's abandoned it matter to her at all?


 No.138526

>>138524

>that soundtrack

but yeah murrays music was too overpowering right?


 No.138527

>>138525

>Yasmin likes her job doesn't she?

Episode 1 suggested she was bored with it and wanted bigger challenges, but this hasn't come up since.


 No.138528

>>138524

>seeing the plastic of the set wobble when the ball hits it


 No.138529

>>138527

But she wanted bigger police officer challenges

nothing she's done on adventures has related to this


 No.138530

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


 No.138531

>>138524

Why is everyone so shit at running? I've never missed Tennant going down stairs fast so much


 No.138532

we're around the time rory "died" in series 5, imagine if one of the companions fucking died next episode, when we know literally nothing about them. how unfulfilling.


 No.138533

>>138532

we know ryan, he's the only actual companion

graham and yas only exist in their relevance to ryan, that's why graham and yas never interact with each other directly


 No.138534

everything involving her being a cop had been rather pathetic. The bit with her correcting her dad for calling her a police woman, the scene where they tried to have black dude go all BML! fuck da popo! while also having her go on about all the disrespect she gets as a cop (but of course it's the evil white people doing it, and certainly not people like the black dude who just said how much he thinks cops suck) or having some American security guard threaten her with a gun without even a mention of "Um, excuse me, I'm a law enforcement officer, how the fuck do you even legally have a handgun in this country?"


 No.138535

>>138532

Rory died in episode 9 of 13, we're not quite there yet.


 No.138536

sometimes I find myself just remembering that Class exists and then feeling a bit lost


 No.138537

>>138534

>without even a mention of "Um, excuse me, I'm a law enforcement officer, how the fuck do you even legally have a handgun in this country?"

this is what annoyed me the most about the episode, like you're a fucking cop, you swore an oath to uphold the law. fucking do something


 No.138538

>>138534

>all the disrespect she gets as a cop (but of course it's the evil white people doing it, and certainly not people like the black dude who just said how much he thinks cops suck)

Did you really just equate Ryan complaining about getting unfairly treated by the police because he's black, to Yaz getting called a terrorist and a paki on the street.


 No.138539

>>138535

oh right, for some reason i felt like it was mid way through, maybe the lack of 2 parters is confusing me


 No.138540

>>138537

>>138534

Very true. If Yaz attempted to arrest him it'd be very interesting


 No.138541

>>138534

>The bit with her correcting her dad for calling her a police woman

This was a subtle and competent way of showcasing how microaggressions happen by people who mean well, the fact it was about yas being a police officer wasn't important


 No.138542

>>138539

For reference, the equivalent point in a series of 10 episodes would be about the end of episode 7.


 No.138543

At least class had gay shit


 No.138544

>>138540

also if yaz was carrying a gun (i know bong cops dont but w/e) it could have made for a REALLY interesting scene between the doctor and yaz if yaz was lawfully using a weapon to arrest someone breaking the law.


 No.138545

>>138543

we had gay pregnant alien this ep!!


 No.138546

>>138544

> Yaz was carrying a gun

There'd be outrage in the Uk if that happened


 No.138547

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Is he right?


 No.138548

>>138547

i fucking hate this cunt so much


 No.138549

>>138547

I can't be bothered to watch him, gave up on the AitUk one as he was being plain racist.

He said he didn't believe the spider scientist because of her skin colour like cmon bro


 No.138550

>>138545

was he actually gay? did they ever specify how his race procreated, outside of saying men/women get pregnant with men/women?


 No.138551

>>138549

>He said he didn't believe the spider scientist because of her skin colour

fucking hell has he ever even been to a university


 No.138552

Karen is in Moscow this week, damn


 No.138553

>>138550

Oh. You're right, they didnt


 No.138554

>>138547

The absolute worse thing is the fact that the comment section keeps saying they aren't watching the show but watch his reviews.

HE IS THEIR ONLY SOURCE OF INFO ON DW. They don't even give it a chance, the series may not be great but it's not horrible


 No.138555


 No.138556

>>138554

It's pretty horrible.


 No.138557

>>138554

> but it's not horrible

in a vacuum it's not, if it were some flavor of the month netflix series it'd be fine. but relative to literally everything dw relative to the last 15 years it's pretty horrible


 No.138558

>>138557

*from the last


 No.138559

where did the soul go?


 No.138560

File: 2fa1117afbc5fea⋯.gif (2.74 MB, 500x200, 5:2, 1541481137800.gif)

They already killed the show.


 No.138561

>>138560

Fuck off that was fine.


 No.138562

File: bf006930c4da81f⋯.jpg (65.3 KB, 576x189, 64:21, 1541441603976.jpg)


 No.138563

>>138560

Over a year later Thin Ice is still doing more to verge cletuses than S11 could even fucking dream of.


 No.138564

- Eccleston era. Bit more kino than they show in the movies.

- So was Tennant. History's a Moffwash.


 No.138565

Let's just make nu-who non-canon and have McGann be the Doctor again.


 No.138566

File: e89a134b15de1bd⋯.jpg (75.79 KB, 596x656, 149:164, 1541498457042.jpg)

Left is Chibnal (and the writers room), right is Moffat.


 No.138567

File: 65a4a1fbbe082d2⋯.jpg (80.12 KB, 914x1523, 914:1523, shalka doctor_REG.jpg)

>>138565

bring him back

but make him act


 No.138568

Let's just say it, Jodie Whittaker is fucking shit. Not just "The scripts" but her performance as well.


 No.138569

>>138568

i think she would have been better if her doctor wasnt so bright and pillar of hopey


 No.138570

Doctor of Hope

formerly Doctor of War


 No.138571

>>138569

>>138568

13's fine. A bit rambley at times, but fine. And Jodie's doing fine work, and gets close to great whenever she gets to talk down to a baddie.

Yaz is the one who truly gets nothing.


 No.138572

>>138571

character wise i agree, but i think mandips performance is better than jodies at times.


 No.138573

>>138568

Wrongthink detected.


 No.138574

>>138571

have you watched TTC yet?


 No.138575

>>138571

How would you rank episodes so far?


 No.138576

File: 77c0cd715799c8c⋯.png (219.08 KB, 351x333, 39:37, ClipboardImage.png)

>>138565

>implying nu-who is canon


 No.138577

>>138567

I kind of like the premise of making the Doctor a scary vampire man. The Doctor should have an unsettling quality. A sense of "he's being nice now, but can we really trust him?".


 No.138578

>>138568

She has moments where she is endearing. Her worst bits are always the fault of the script


 No.138579

I really liked Mandip's face expression from the trailer for ep 6. She looks somewhat irritated, as if there's a conflict between her nan and the rest of the team and she took her nan's side.


 No.138580

>>138575

Ep 3 > Ep 5 > Ep 1 > Ep 2 > Ep 4

>>138572

Hmm, yeah, occasionally.

>>138574

I have.

>>138579

Let's hope there's some conflict.

>>138578

Agreed.


 No.138581

yas's nan will be pro-partition


 No.138582

>>138581

Was that when they stuffed all of the Muslims in Pakistan to stop them causing trouble?


 No.138583

Ep 6 info from Radiotimes!!!

[spoiler]“An episode by Vinay Patel combines Back to the Future with Who Do You Think You Are as the Doctor takes Yaz to see her Gran.

Granny is on the verge of marrying, in the Punjab of 1947, on the day that Lord Mountbatten declares Partition - the catalyst for tumult, the displacement of millions and violent struggles that would last years.

It's a deeply sombre and tragic story that takes on big issues - the notion of homeland and loss - as the Doctor and friends become burdened with a dreadful foreknowledge. There are monsters - demons - who might not be what they seem.”[/spoiler]


 No.138584

>>138582

The muslims are the ones who wanted an islamic state


 No.138585

>>138584

They do that, yeah.


 No.138586

>>138583

Just imagine that I didnt fuck up the spoiler.


 No.138587

>>138583

the demons are actually humans dressed up in costume and it's actually a pure historical


 No.138588

>>138554

I'm not watching the show, so this place is my only source for DW info, is that worse?


 No.138589

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

DWE?


 No.138590

>>138554

At least if it were terrible, it might be funny.


 No.138591

If you're going to make bad DW, at least give us Colin Baker bad, not lukewarm Peter Davison bad.


 No.138592

File: 874c8d357fcd330⋯.jpg (771.85 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, arwel jones crystal tardis….jpg)

say something nice


 No.138593

Radio Times

Episode 7: Kerblam!

“The Doctor receives a mysterious message in a package that has come from Kerblam, the largest retail company in the galaxy. Sensing something suspicious lurking behind the company's cheerful facade, the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz take on an undercover investigation at the Kerblam warehouse - a vast storage space that takes up an entire moon. Julie Hesmondhalgh (Coronation Street, Broadchurch) and Lee Mack (Not Going Out) guest star alongside Jodie Whittaker, Bradley Walsh, Tosin Cole and Mandip Gill.”

CAST & CREW

The Doctor Jodie Whittaker

Graham O'Brien Bradley Walsh

Ryan Sinclair Tosin Cole

Yasmin Khan Mandip Gill

Judy Maddox Julie Hesmondhalgh

Dan Cooper Lee Mack

Jarva Slade Callum Dixon

Kira Arlo Claudia Jessie

Charlie Duffy Leo Flanagan

Kerblam (Voice) Matthew Gravelle

Director Jennifer Perrott

Executive Producer Chris Chibnall

Executive Producer Matt Strevens

Series Producer Nikki Wilson

Writer Pete McTighe


 No.138594

>>138592

This model is unironically more appealing than the final set.


 No.138595

>I'm not going to kill you unless you say something nice

why would they then immediately say something nice, instead of stalling for time by not doing the thing that she says she'll kill them after?


 No.138596

>>138592

I actually like it onscreen. It's warm and glowwy. Needs chairs and homely things though.


 No.138597

Joe from Broadchurch voicing Kerblam announcer or something, god yeah


 No.138598

>>138583

It sounds like there might actually be some time-travelly stuff, with the back to the future comment, and the wrist-watch from the trailer. Interesting that Rosa was also similar in that it was two time travellers trying to outwit and out-plan each other. Is this the first historical set outside of Europe / USA in new who? I know there have been scenes or montages or whatever, but I can't think of a new who episode that isn't about white people history (unironically)

If any episode is a pure historical I want it to be the witches episode. Seems like it would be a good way to explore how fucking horrific and unnecessary the witch trials were. I'd love a scene of James I reading out a list of his 'tests' like: "If she drown's she's not a witch, if she doesn't, then she's a witch, so kill her"…. King James was the original "if she breathes she a thot" man. Alan Cumming would be fucking spectacular at that.


 No.138599

>>138593

>Kerblam (Voice)

this is gonna be kino, literally sounds like a ratchet level


 No.138600

>>138595

She initially just said "Say something nice" as if offering a chance for Dr Chang to avoid his death. It was only after that point, when he was already panicking and probably didn't notice, that she added she'd kill him as soon as he said it.


 No.138601

I'm legit excited for next two god I missed this feel


 No.138602

>>138595

They're not thinking it through, which makes it really funny to me. It's like Missy's saying "deadpersonsayswhat" and the person says "what?" before realising what they said.


 No.138603

>>138583

>It's a deeply sombre and tragic story that takes on big issues - the notion of homeland and loss - as the Doctor and friends become burdened with a dreadful foreknowledge. There are monsters - demons - who might not be what they seem

Come onnnnn this HAS to be kino, it sounds like it's on another fucking level from episodes 1-5.


 No.138604

>>138603

You could say that about being born.


 No.138605

File: 28ac0a8dd684e8d⋯.jpg (55.27 KB, 1000x360, 25:9, black guy.jpg)

Would really love some more international historicals. Just fucking, samurai, ancient egypt, aztecs, aboriginal australia…. Now that the new series is willing to an episode set in pakistan, maybe it will be willing to do more episodes with non-white people in it. properly this time, not just some random black guy in the background. (pic related)


 No.138606

>>138605

surely it's gotta be japanese next, doctor who can't get away without doing a bushido episode for this long.

>tfw the leak with kris marshall and a british asian history buff companion wasn't real


 No.138607

>>138588

Yes, you should watch it and judge for yourself


 No.138608

Is series 11 an out of season April Fools joke?


 No.138609

>>138606

UK audience doesnt care about Japan but god that's be kino


 No.138610

>>138609

>UK audience doesnt care about Japan

I think theres something genuinely interesting about this, basically every other anglosphere country is fairly interested in japan to an extent, is it a European thing to not care about japan? it's not like Britain and Japan don't have an extensive history.


 No.138611

>>138610

idk but it's weirdly true. I mentioned the prospect of a samurai episode elsewhere once, and people were telling me samurai were overdone…. I didn't see much of them on tv growing up, apart from teenage mutant ninja turtles or something. So I really didn't have the feeling samurai were overdone at all. So in my experience samurai are a concept that never gets explored almost at all, and I am mostly exposed to UK media..


 No.138612

>>138599

what the fuck, I'm actually excited for an episode this series?


 No.138613

>>138610

I never really cared for ancient Japan as a setting. Too much "muh honour", and the aesthetics are silly.


 No.138615

>>138613

japanese buildings are architecturekino


 No.138616

File: 73bed00f9ba58a3⋯.png (379.92 KB, 361x600, 361:600, ClipboardImage.png)

>>138615

The state of their hair though.


 No.138617

File: c38a9dbf8b1a6b5⋯.png (175.83 KB, 512x512, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

>>138605

>Sengoku Era

>Pre-colonial North America

>Kingdom of Mali

>Mayan Empire

>Philippine-American War

>Three Kingdoms China


 No.138618

File: ec5dec35147df74⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 935.12 KB, 734x1025, 734:1025, ClipboardImage.png)

File: b0ed441f7e5e6b8⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 983.4 KB, 758x1010, 379:505, ClipboardImage.png)

almost got excited for the witchfinders, but i remembered this


 No.138619

Jodie’s a virgin, r-right?


 No.138620

>>138618

Er. Do we have an episode confirmation for that thing?


 No.138621


 No.138622

>>138620

The Witchfinders. (based on Yasmin's clothes) The guy who leaked them only leaked them because they got cut from the episode. But this doesn't give me hope, because it means the witchfinders probably still has weird aliens and shit, instead of just hysteria and murder


 No.138623


 No.138624

>>138619

You've reminded me of Jodie's blunt answer to that interview question that was like "How often do you have sex?":

>"Whenever I want."


 No.138625

I was interested in the premise of kerblam, but knowing that the corporation has a voice makes me excited, sounds like campkino


 No.138626

>>138618

I really like this design desu


 No.138627

>>138621

>the official twitter account doesn't even fucking understand the episode

What is there to be sad about? The Doctor literally appeased the Pting and sent it on its way.


 No.138628

>>138626

s u c c


 No.138629

>>138624

200percentNice.jpg


 No.138630

>>138624

imagine if matt had said that during series 5 interviews, not saying it's jodies fault. it's a terrible question from the interviewer but it really paints a picture of how the landscape has changed.


 No.138631

>>138630

On the other hand, i could easily imagine John Barrowman saying that.


 No.138632

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

LEAKED KERBLAM! ADVERTISEMENTS


 No.138633

>>138607

If Chibnall was incapable of writing even one episode that wasn't complete shit before he became showrunner I doubt he has suddenly gained the ability now that he has a lot more on his plate.


 No.138634

File: 73fa8f84733ed86⋯.png (1.59 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, the state of affairs.png)

Mad skillz.


 No.138635

>>138634

Wow, look at Yaz's face. She was having a shock of her life


 No.138636

>Kerblam, the largest retail company in the galaxy. Sensing something suspicious lurking behind the company's cheerful facade, the Doctor, Graham, Ryan and Yaz take on an undercover investigation at the Kerblam warehouse - a vast storage space that takes up an entire moon

im gonna be thoroughly disappointed if this isnt the type of humor in kerblam desu

https://youtu.be/Ym_3dyN_mPM?t=39


 No.138637

An entire writers room of people allowed The Tsuranga Conundrum to happen.


 No.138638

>>138634

Is /who/ simultaneously enraptured by, shocked, and disgusted at S11


 No.138639

>>138636

I am hyping myself up for a megacorp style late stage capitalist "complete disregard for human life" corporation with a sense of ironic humor, even though I know that's just setting myself up for disappointment


 No.138640

>>138639

exactly the same, no regrets though. it's fun to be excited for doctor who


 No.138641

it's gonna be an odd look if the next slew of episodes actually are good, having the highest praised episodes specifically not written by the showrunner. even normies who like the show now anyways will still rank them higher than chibs episodes if they're good.


 No.138642

>>138641

That’s how it was in the RTD era, although RTD is a much better writer than Chibnall and is often the one writing the final drafts of the popular episodes he’s not credited for (ignoring Moffat of course)


 No.138643

I was talking with my friend about the new Doctor Who timeslot. He looked shocked and said "Christ, that's not a very nice thing to call her!" and then I realized he thought I was saying timeslut


 No.138644

>>138642

I dont know, aside from series 2 i think RTDs own episodes were up there with some of the best from the others.


 No.138645


 No.138646

amazing what you can learn from a timeslut


 No.138647

>show about family

>the timeless child

>13 spent half of the most recent episode holding her abdomen

>has a mood swing during the same episode

>someone literally fucking gives birth in the same episode

guys….


 No.138648

If you can't remember a character's name, is that the fault of the episode for not repeating it enough or your fault for not paying enough attention?


 No.138649

>>138647

o shit


 No.138650

>>138648

The episode's fault for not holding your attention enough.


 No.138651

>>138647

If the first ever female Doctor gets pregnant, in her first series no less, we can just stick a fork in the show, it's fucked.


 No.138652

>>138647

Master made the Doctor a woman to knock her up and steal her time babby.


 No.138653

File: 0059df0bcd3ea0f⋯.jpg (57.79 KB, 976x549, 16:9, p06njyxw.jpg)

what the fuck were they thinking?


 No.138654

>>138649

>>138651

>>138652

>CHRIS CHIBNALL: Looms will not be made canon this series

what the FUCK did he mean by this?


 No.138655

File: 6d7e8100831377e⋯.jpg (2.73 MB, 4300x4300, 1:1, 11.jpg)

was giving graham a newspaper with an article about buses on the front page meant to be a clever sneak insight into his character?


 No.138656

>>138655

good grief


 No.138657

Any burgers going out to vote today? Remember to take your bulletproof vest and prepare for penis inspection at the ballot box.


 No.138658

>>138657

https://thepoliticalinsider.com/election-day-weather/

can't be bothered, I don't want to get wet


 No.138659

>>138657

also don't forget to tip your local candidates!


 No.138660

File: f09e611cdc7ce5d⋯.jpg (66.01 KB, 989x561, 989:561, gridlock.jpg)

I have the perfect episode for trump's next 2 years!


 No.138661

>>138409

good post


 No.138662

>>138660

>that New Earth comic where there's a wall keeping out the primitive barbarians


 No.138663

>>138654

"this series"

CARTMAN MASTERPLAN CANON GET FUGGEN HYBED


 No.138664

File: 49257985360f80a⋯.jpg (43.1 KB, 633x599, 633:599, 1525.jpg)

>>138663

>CARTMAN MASTERPLAN


 No.138665

>>138592

It looks alien.

I think we've been spoilt by the Twelfth's spacious control room, with stairs and balconies and books and all, and all the different ways in which it could be used and filmed. Now we're back to the focus on the console, with everything else being more secondary and in the background.


 No.138666

>>138665

>Now we're back to the focus on the console, with everything else being more secondary and in the background.

and that's a ____ thing?


 No.138667

Voted Republican this morning. Told them to keep the sticker, I am not 5.


 No.138668

>>138667

What actually are mid-term elections? I don't understand Yank politics.


 No.138669

The Pting was great, don't reply


 No.138670

>>138668

A bunch of seats in the house and senate are voted on now instead of at the same time as the president


 No.138671

>>138669

what if I agree?


 No.138672

Classic to Russell to Class to Chibnall!


 No.138673

File: bdaee21b083d0b7⋯.png (189.16 KB, 279x282, 93:94, Smug Tennant.png)

>>138671

You're allowed to respond


 No.138674

File: e275e318e8e968e⋯.jpg (5.76 KB, 194x260, 97:130, download.jpg)

do you understand that i see you as a bad writer?

and do you understand that, in seeing you as a bad writer, I refuse to watch your episodes unless i feel obliged to?


 No.138675

Nilso, post midterm predictions now


 No.138676

File: 6a1b5dffe6ec346⋯.jpg (294.38 KB, 827x1169, 827:1169, Do8BzghX0AYIofP.jpg)

Has he done any more for S11?


 No.138677

>best villain of the series so far is a little CGI frog


 No.138678

>>138675

Dems will narrowly win the house, GOP keeps the senate.


 No.138679

>>138667

>Voted Republican this morning

lol cuck


 No.138680

>>138676

No. The series hasn't inspired him to do more.


 No.138681

>>138678

More specific predictions please


 No.138682

>>138681

Such as?


 No.138683

>>138682

Specifc races


 No.138684

File: 92e918e54df35f1⋯.jpg (180.46 KB, 1200x801, 400:267, Dp9FNYxXQAEbdQc.jpg)

File: 65a92d5c495c75f⋯.jpg (117.51 KB, 800x1121, 800:1121, Dp9FOjTWwAIy0YK.jpg)


 No.138685

>>138674

thoughts on 13 100 percent being preggers? >>138654


 No.138686

>>138683

Ted Cruz will win.

I don't know the details of any other specific seat in contention.


 No.138687

>>138685

oops meant >>138647


 No.138688

Did anyone listen to the Class audios?


 No.138689

File: 80a57e74c9bb57b⋯.jpg (385.43 KB, 2048x1009, 2048:1009, DlH7lIXW4AI-WTK.jpg)

These were made by the same guy that does all the episode posters


 No.138690

>>138689

>>138688

I started; need to finish. They were pretty good.


 No.138691

>>138687

It's funny, even though you changed your name I still read "kinder" the same as "kinda", as if it were meaning "more kind"


 No.138692

>>138690

is there any gay sex scenes?


 No.138693

Just imagine if we got an episode where the Doctor gives birth, proving that the Doctor has genitals. It would completely BTFO loombads


 No.138694

>>138691

didn't even think of that, interdasting


 No.138695


 No.138696

File: 80bab2271d8c738⋯.jpg (173.77 KB, 1350x900, 3:2, eb24779f4ccab1917b222618b8….jpg)

What would a shot like this look like on the new set?


 No.138697


 No.138698

>>138695

>video unavailable

>doesn't show the title of what it was

oh well


 No.138699

My name’s Jaqueline Mccafferty. I lost three years of my life to Chris Chibnall Doctor Who, and another five years to a Kris Marshall era meant to get us off it.


 No.138700

>>138668

Muricans get to locally elect more smaller-scale bloodsucking ghouls to rule their shitshow of a country thus accelerating humanity's race to its impending doom.


 No.138701

>>138692

Yes, they were. The gay-sex scene actually is plot-relevant to an audio.

>>138693

Loomborn have vestigial organs, and the Doctor was always unique for a loomborn (s/he has a belly-button, for example)


 No.138702

>>138701

>The gay-sex scene actually is plot-relevant to an audio

what the fuck that actually sounds kino?


 No.138703

when are they gonna release the Pting model so I can make it do fortnite dances


 No.138704

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.138705

“I was always emphatic that there HAD to be a Christmas Day episode, every year!” - Steven Moffat


 No.138706

>>138684

The first image is neat; too bad there isn't a bigger res than 1400


 No.138707

File: 687b391f2db3d06⋯.webm (228.14 KB, 1024x1024, 1:1, mattGiraffe.webm)

>>138703

you just gave me a very naughty idea


 No.138708

>>138707

I like where this is going.


 No.138709

Do you think Jodie should have more hypocrisy or less?


 No.138710

>>138707

YES BASED ANON GOD SPEED


 No.138711

File: 1d04836fb68791a⋯.jpg (202.49 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0045.jpg)

File: a6a416e5d66fc55⋯.jpg (199.51 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0044.jpg)

File: 32686b8b4ced6b1⋯.jpg (212.87 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, mpv-shot0043.jpg)

How does this character make you feel?


 No.138712

>>138702

It was actually a kino audio, and Charlie + Matteuz being randy is basically what makes everything go bad. It's in "Tell Me You Love Me".


 No.138713

>>138711

Like I'm watching kino. I loved his performance.


 No.138714

>>138711

entertained


 No.138715


 No.138716

>>138678

>>138682

>>138686

I didn't even make these posts but I pretty much agree with their sentiment. False Nilso is getting closer and closer as time goes on.


 No.138717

>>138697

>you can't kill a Pting

I now want a Time War story that involves hoards of hungry Ptings used as weapons.


 No.138718

>>138716

Post your actual predictions


 No.138719

>>138711

It's basically pure mania from a modern horror thriller dropped into family tea time television.


 No.138720

>>138718

I don't reckon there'll be a Blue Wave or a Red Wave but I do think that people won't really have been affected by recent events to change position. I'm pretty sure that Dems will take some places but I'm fairly certain that states won't flip. Dems might win house but Reps will keep Senate. I'll be watching a couple of livestreams in tandem later to see what's happening.

If any state is gonna flip it'll be North/South Dakota. People were saying Florida but I'm moderately certain that it'll stay the same across the board bar one or two places.


 No.138721

>>138720

Also I reckon Cruz will beat O'Rourke.


 No.138722

The Doctor wants you to be kind and vote Republican.


 No.138723

9 supports Israel


 No.138724

File: 176e542a5cd3bd2⋯.jpg (71.42 KB, 630x877, 630:877, 1518775279444.jpg)


 No.138725

File: 52c4c2c555d9eee⋯.jpg (36.51 KB, 600x436, 150:109, 1501005996927.jpg)


 No.138726

can't wait for either outcome desu, libs getting verged and /pol/tards getting verged is all kino entertainment


 No.138728

File: 1aa5e39f4483d64⋯.jpg (38.95 KB, 480x371, 480:371, This will come in handy _f….jpg)


 No.138729

>>138726

halfchan's /pol/ is pretty much expecting >>138720 or >>138686. I spent some time checking yesterday and they were fairly confident about their chances.


 No.138730

File: 0d335d44afd04bf⋯.jpg (77.4 KB, 424x316, 106:79, Jenny_The_Lost_Dimension.jpg)

>>138647

>the timeless child

Hello, mommy


 No.138731

>>138728

yeah how dare i not have strong convictions for candidates in a foreign election


 No.138732

nilsos not a nazi guys, he just hangs out with all the nazis on /pol/

easy mistake to make


 No.138733

>>138731

Doesn't matter, it's your duty as a global citizen to be emotionally invested in all the elections of important countries!


 No.138734

File: 583de10fd87cdd9⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 47.65 KB, 815x176, 815:176, ClipboardImage.png)

>>138729

had a look at their thread now, a bunch of them genuinely think it's gonna be a "red wave" lmfao. managed to snag some (you)s though


 No.138735

>>138732

Yeah how dare I see if The_Donald are shitting their pants or not


 No.138736

>>138732

It's perfectly acceptable to keep tabs on /pol/ to see what the current narrative there is, and it doesn't require you to agree with anything they say or even post there


 No.138737

>>138736

FUCKING NAZI RACIST ALT-RIGHT BIGOT


 No.138738

>>138734

slightly based


 No.138739


 No.138740


 No.138741

kinda's prized possession is his maga hat


 No.138742

>People were saying Florida but I'm moderately certain that it'll stay the same

sure can't wait to see nilso verge when gillum wins and drags nelson along with him

>b-but /pol/ told me they'd lose!!!


 No.138743

File: 4d81d4c4b11606e⋯.jpg (1.66 MB, 4096x4096, 1:1, 1526395620807.jpg)


 No.138744

The only reason I asked Nilso for his election predictions is so I can mock him relentlessly if he gets even the smallest one wrong. He should know by now that practically every question he gets here is the setup to some joke. Nobody's genuinely interested in his opinion.


 No.138745

>>138744

Why does it matter if nilso gets something wrong about an election in a country he has no involvement in?


 No.138746

>>138744

Forgot my flag!


 No.138747

>>138724

based stott


 No.138748

morph is secretly the most politically hostile trip


 No.138749

>>138748

>secretly


 No.138750

>>138745

Because he'll get verged about the results regardless.


 No.138751

>>138749

Keeping it on the stream is pretty secretive


 No.138752

File: 04f39111399f008⋯.jpg (2.34 MB, 4096x4096, 1:1, 1526395586985.jpg)

DWE?


 No.138753

File: 6ee8f9bc00f7909⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 38.08 KB, 540x157, 540:157, ClipboardImage.png)

who


 No.138754

>>138752

post some of those ben garrison comics where trump and marx are swapped


 No.138755

>>138754

Didn't know those were a thing


 No.138756

>>138740

uh no??? back off?????


 No.138757

File: b8aadd4e5e51dd8⋯.png (86.65 KB, 1242x1238, 621:619, jodie-pepe2.png)

people prevail… hope prevails!


 No.138758

Hanging out with gig, heard he's in fucking custody


 No.138759

File: e598bd3455066d5⋯.jpg (81.92 KB, 640x640, 1:1, 1541511789396.jpg)

How well do you think this picture will age?


 No.138760

>>138758

what did he do this time?


 No.138761

>>138760

failed to respond to nilso's increasingly desperate texts


 No.138762

>>138760

What DIDN'T he do wrong?!?


 No.138763

https://twitter.com/ellardent/status/1059781002036428800?s=21

<I loved the 600 words on the antimatter drive, though. The Doctor's marvel at cool tech/science is meant to inspire the show's young audience. Something Moffet never bothered with.

>Moffat never bothered to inspire young viewers? So why did so many get inspired?

based


 No.138764

>>138762

can you blackpill me on your obsession with the squid?


 No.138765

>>138764

nilso wants to meet up with gig and go on holidays to visit roald dahl plass together


 No.138766

Red Dead Redemption 2 - Annoying Capybara Fed To Giant Squid


 No.138767

File: 8bde98d21ea4e00⋯.jpg (22.14 KB, 236x449, 236:449, Dq_p11OW4AANR6I.jpg)


 No.138768

>>138763

Now that is a chad response.


 No.138769

>>138763

to be fair, Moffat never quite took a single scientific concept and just marvelled at it. At most the time dilation in WEaT. I didnt like the exact lines, but i like what theyre going for. The science behind antimatter is kind of beautiful in a way. But you sound high if you go on and on about how, like, totally rad it is


 No.138770

>red guys win

>infinite social media storm, verging all round

>blue guys win

>actual impeachment proceedings start, verging all round

australians win on this blessed day


 No.138771

RYAN: Massive spider in the ballroom!

DOCTOR: How massive?

GRAHAM: The size of a large van.

DOCTOR: Wow, that is massive.


 No.138772

>>138771

to be fair


 No.138773

File: 931f034264b5903⋯.jpg (99.91 KB, 1200x600, 2:1, R423EONER5EF5GPNQK2WNGA6YQ.jpg)

I like how trump rallies have signs saying "finish the wall", implying a meaningful start to the work has been done

DWE?


 No.138774

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>138769

>the vrigin antimatter disquisition vs CHAD BOOTSTRAP ORATION


 No.138775

>>138774

imagine this scene with a segun atmospheric soundtrack


 No.138776

>>138774

the bootstrap paradox isnt really science, more philosophy. (if we could go back in time, what would happen lineof thinking.) its not really educational (but neither is "antimatter is cool")


 No.138777

ROBINSON: My hotel, my rules. I am the future President of the United States. How's this for fire and fury?


 No.138778

File: 04f3d0966d7e152⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 16.26 KB, 517x125, 517:125, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.138779

Walk up to the club like, "What up? I'm a Chib fan!"

Nah, I'm just pumped, I bought some rat jam.


 No.138780

>>138778

80 verged Moffag replies


 No.138781

>>138778

(not sexist)


 No.138782

File: a422fe63efcb240⋯.jpg (2.4 MB, 5603x3735, 5603:3735, 1.jpg)

how the fuck did her shirt get so faded already?


 No.138783

>>138782

she kept fucking crew members whilst wearing it


 No.138784

File: aede2635285610c⋯.jpg (2.64 MB, 4300x2867, 4300:2867, 1-3.jpg)

Do you think this is graham and yas talking in a scene, or bradders and mandip talking during a break?


 No.138785

>>138782

>kerb!am in the back

KINO

I

N

O


 No.138786

it should be "kablam!", not "kerblam!"


 No.138787


 No.138788

Joy Wilkinson? More like Joy Will-be-kino-soon.


 No.138789

>>138786

Wanna know how I know you're American?


 No.138790

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.138791

>>138784

This is Punjab right? Imagine if, on top of everything else, it's the episode that finally has Graham and Yaz meaningfully interact.


 No.138792

>>138789

"er" implies it's a longer sound, when it's actually meant to be a short sound before the more dominant "blam"


 No.138793

>>138792

>"er" implies it's a longer sound

Not in the Queen's English it doesn't.


 No.138794

The Tsuranga Conundrum - 75 AI


 No.138795

>>138794

holy shit really?


 No.138796

>>138795

no it got 86


 No.138797

http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/jodie-whittakers-second-series-is-in-pre-production-89219.htm

FILMING SET TO START NEXT YEAR

OH NO NO NO ON NO NO NO NO NO NO NO


 No.138798

File: 69893658fc6b6d0⋯.jpg (199.97 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, DrUxPh-X0AA5SVV.jpg)

*saves Doctor Who*


 No.138799

>>138797

HAHAHAHA


 No.138800

File: 614ddd849d10d19⋯.jpg (26.5 KB, 433x480, 433:480, d3baeb84095cf34d63d0360249….jpg)

>>138593

>Judy Maddox


 No.138801

File: 63ac47d7bc28c15⋯.png (672.56 KB, 808x805, 808:805, 1498254053584.png)

>>138797

neo right now


 No.138802

>>138797

Yeah, should be early 2019, i think. What's the issue?


 No.138803

File: 80a08f244e21d0d⋯.jpg (903.73 KB, 1500x1000, 3:2, matt-0800-2-web.jpg)

Kerblam (voice) is joe miller


 No.138804

>>138802

we are hoping Jodie and Chib would quit


 No.138805

>>138593

Might be good


 No.138806

>>138797

el oh el


 No.138807

>>138802

Series 11 started filming in november 2017, and aired october 2018

a couple months delay filming would likely mean a couple months delay airing, meaning a gap year


 No.138808

>>138802

will they have enough time? they started in October last time


 No.138809

File: ca50c3c134cab17⋯.png (70.77 KB, 213x295, 213:295, ClipboardImage.png)

At least S11 is verging the redtop shysters.


 No.138810

Gap year will bring fresh air


 No.138811

>>138808

Was it october or november?


 No.138812

File: f9cd71b064f583f⋯.png (370.15 KB, 808x805, 808:805, pinkSnap.png)

>>138810

But how will the general public remember to watch the show if it starts a couple months later than last time?


 No.138813

>>138812

Anither Soft Reboot


 No.138814

>>138809

quality journalism from the sun, as expected


 No.138815


 No.138816

>>138815

stage 1: denial


 No.138817

>>138816

What do you mean?


 No.138818

>>138817

you are hurting inside


 No.138819

>>138817

Oh I think you know exactly what I mean


 No.138820

>>138811

maybe it was november, i just remember it being around this time last year


 No.138821

>>138820

I just looked up when the first pictures of jodie in capaldi's outfit came out and I'm pretty sure it was mid-to-late november


 No.138822

>>138818

>>138819

Why would I be? I found this unlikely because of the reasons I stated. Now it's confirmed, in that long line of costume designers confirming Who secrets (remember when the War Doctor's identity was spoiled that way?), which speaks volumes.

And before you rush to repeat yourself skelly, yes I remember our last conversation on the matter and no, neither of our opinions have changed.


 No.138823

>>138822

I'm just funposting silly, not actually trying to make a point


 No.138824

>>138823

t. Nilso


 No.138825

Will we get books in gap year?


 No.138826

>>138825

Maybe we'll get a spinoff!


 No.138827


 No.138828

>>138826

Robertson joins Torchwood


 No.138829

>>138827

that was a classic neo funpost, silly!


 No.138830

I know Skelly's point that in a vacuum it's only a few months later, but I really don't think that's such a minimal thing. Maybe the ratings will be sustained more or less without harm, but it's still a year without Doctor Who on the telly, which is such terrible optics. Chibnall's SECOND YEAR will be a gap year. He has proven himself unable to run Doctor Who for two years straight, for…one year straight. Think back to 2006 and 2011 and everything RTD and Moffat accomplished in those years; the swell of popularity with Tennant, the show breaking America with Smith. What will Chibnall accomplish with his second year? LITERALLY NOTHING.


 No.138831


 No.138832

>>138797

This is just reporting the Ray Holman tweet we all already saw…why does this have a ton of (You)s?


 No.138833

>>138832

denial


 No.138834

Between Chibnall's scripts (not even the volume of them, just the quality) and production, he is beyond an embarrassment lined up next to RTD and Moffat. 2018 is the year to criticise this.


 No.138835

>>138830

I don't believe the general public pays as much attention to "no doctor who this year", you're speaking more from the perspective of a fan who actively follows these things. Have you ever heard anyone who said they lost interest in doctor who because it took a year off in 2016?


 No.138836

>>138834

Why you hate women?


 No.138837

>>138834

Not until all 10 episodes have aired!


 No.138838

>>138833

I was told there was big news in the thread and assumed from the headline and replies that the BBC had confirmed filming is delayed until 2019, but there's no such confirmation. Holman just says his projects clash in 2019.


 No.138839

>>138835

You're replying to an argument I haven't made. Yes, I am speaking from the perspective of a fan. From the perspective of a fan, of anyone following Doctor Who closely, a gap year is terrible optics.

I have heard from people mentioning the split series and gap year as lowering their interest, yes.


 No.138840

Friendly reminder for the entirety of 2019 /who/ will presumably be here and have no new series to talk about.


 No.138841

Sell it to the Americans, they don't have gap years


 No.138842

>>138840

Now the story of a successful show that lost everything, and the one general that had no choice but to keep itself together.


 No.138843

How long until the thinkpieces about why a gap year is actually good?


 No.138844

>>138840

Paternoster


 No.138845

Hell, for the people that LOVE series 11, this is even fucking worse, they get no year of the new version of the show they're enjoying. Everybody in the fandom loses.


 No.138846

When Chibnal said this is for the Netflix audience, he must've literally meant he's going to tank the show until it gets sold to Netflix.


 No.138847

>>138846

Aren't the netflix audience used to having gap years too?


 No.138848

>>138842

>>138846

>I don't want these.


 No.138849

File: eb6a62bcdac46c1⋯.png (1.25 MB, 1080x1080, 1:1, timewarp.png)

>>138846

>yfw Netflix takes over and it's still better than what Chibnall's putting out.


 No.138850

wouldn't it be funny if, after all of the doomsaying about moffat, chibnall tanked the show in his first 3 years as showrunner


 No.138851

>>138850

2018 IS NOT THE YEAR TO CRITICISE THIS


 No.138852

>>138851

Will 2020 be any better?


 No.138853

>>138850

It is already thanked, the shielding of "1st woman" is just borrowing time


 No.138854

File: 80bab2271d8c738⋯.jpg (173.77 KB, 1350x900, 3:2, eb24779f4ccab1917b222618b8….jpg)


 No.138855

Doctor Who is saved.

https://www.bigfinish.com/news/v/first-doctor-adventures-volume-3-story-details

3.1 The Phoenicians by Marc Platt

In ancient Tyre, the Phoenician civilisation commands the oceans. But times are turbulent – the young King’s quarrel with his sister threatens to divide the nation.

On perilous seas, Ian becomes Princess Elissa’s favourite, while Susan and Barbara face losing their freedom. In the city, the Doctor falls foul of King Pygmalion.

As they reach dangerous shores, the travellers fight to survive as legend becomes history…

3.2 Tick-Tock World by Guy Adams

When disaster befalls the TARDIS, its occupants find themselves in a bizarre location, somewhere between space and time.

Desperate survivors hide among ruins, greedy scavenging creatures hunt new prey, and ghosts scream out warnings across time.

All the while, a mysterious woman watches the TARDIS crew, knowing, as sure as tock follows tick, that a terrible fate awaits them…


 No.138856

>>138852

He will take classes in how to write


 No.138857

If the show dies with the first female doctor, when they revive the show 5-10 years later will they return to a male for a couple incarnations because that's considered safer?


 No.138858

File: aeb7438c38c4679⋯.png (818.96 KB, 688x960, 43:60, aeb7438c38c4679f6ec36a5284….png)

>>138855

> a mysterious woman


 No.138859

In these Dark Times, it is NOT the time to be criticising our Pillar of Hope!


 No.138860

File: d33b774367d07b1⋯.png (555.73 KB, 692x709, 692:709, ClipboardImage.png)

Doctor Who equivalent of "& MEME!"?


 No.138861

>>138857

offscreen regeneration

best regeneration


 No.138862

>>138857

he'll be a poc


 No.138863

>>138855

>and this time they’re also joined by another member of the original cast as Carole Ann Ford plays ‘The Woman’.

What the FUCK?


 No.138864

>>138862

He will be tennant 2.0 in every aspect, because that's the only formula they have that's considered a widespread success


 No.138865

>>138864

4.0

matt is 2

jodie is 3


 No.138866

Can we get a crossover with Eastenders during the gap year?


 No.138867

How do we fix Doctor Who, with the requirement that both chibnall and jodie stay?


 No.138868

>>138867

Moffat episodes


 No.138869

>>138867

He hire us as consultants


 No.138870

>>138867

We get people like Vinay to write the majority of the series


 No.138871

>>138867

Talalay


 No.138872

Reminder that if the shooting delay and gap year happens it's almost certainly because Jodie is regenerating by surprise in the New Years' Day special.

We need some sort of name for this hypothetical, interlinked set of outcomes. Specialgate? Whomageddon?


 No.138873

>>138870

you will be regretting this by monday


 No.138874

>>138867

Every episode is a 12th doctor crossover episode, with Capaldi getting the final say on everything script wise.


 No.138875

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.138876

>>138875

would you


 No.138877

yas has more dialogue in the case files than all the episodes combined


 No.138878

Micheal Grade was right all along.


 No.138879

>the hospital ship was in disputed territory

I forgot about that

why was that in the script? How was it relevant to anything that happened?


 No.138880

I don’t know if I’m getting older and find stuff like that episode straight silly or if this season has been just weak.


 No.138881

>>138879

Proof it was a star trek rehash


 No.138882

Mind Blown was better than Series 11 so far


 No.138883


 No.138884

>>138882

what is it?


 No.138885

>>138884

It's a story in shit trips 2.5, you should read it


 No.138886

File: a9c952773c50d52⋯.jpg (203 KB, 1448x2048, 181:256, DrRE5nmW4AcyBoh.jpg)


 No.138887

>>138886

I can't tell if this is fetish art or not


 No.138888

>>138867

We can't. They're the problem.


 No.138889

>>138888

Would like to retract?


 No.138890

>>138867

13 and Graham swap bodies, which would make Bradley Walsh the Doctor.


 No.138891

>>138798

She looks so much like Jacqueline Hill it's uncanny


 No.138892

>>138798

Blond Barbar is wrongo


 No.138893

Pet my monkey


 No.138894

13's outfit variant in S12 will involve dyeing her hair a different color


 No.138895

>>138893

Is that innuendo for something?


 No.138896

Best/Worst Tarantino movie?


 No.138897

5 episodes and we did not get a :

enter tardis

flight

exit tardis somewhere else


 No.138898

>>138896

B Reservoir

W hateful


 No.138899

How many adventures have this tardis team been on at this point? They're already mentioning adventures that happened off screen, which means we will never get to see their first adventure as official crew, we never got to see their first reaction to the tardis flying somewhere, we never got to see basically any of the "companion firsts" because they all happened off screen


 No.138900

>>138899

great writing


 No.138901

>>138899

>How many adventures have this tardis team been on at this point?

The book implies they have lots of adventures


 No.138902

>>138899

TWWFTE / TGM / 13 attempted landings back on Earth / Rosa / some attempts to land back on Earth (13 seems genuinely surprised to be in Sheffield so they must've been trying a fair few times / Arachnids / at least one journey (arrival on junk planet) leading into Tsuranga

Under 20 unless some were literal head pokes out of the door to see where they were. Over 20 at this point if the books take place in between stories that've already happened which is strange considering that there are things they don't know about each other despite being together for around 20 or so journeys/adventures by now


 No.138903

>>138902

13 mentions taking graham to some spa planet when he's commenting on being on the wrong junk planet, and that likely happened after arachnids since before then they were just trying to get home.

They only talk to each other in the adventures we see, of course!


 No.138904

>>138902

The attempts that happened before episode 3, would have to be non-earth and non-past.

They would have to be short trips, in other hand they changed clothes, so maybe not

The book they are proper companions so it is after 4.


 No.138905

You've got no business showrunning a thing…


 No.138906

is pting meant to be the sound they make when impacting with a spaceship?


 No.138907

>>138905

I'd love to give Chibnall a beatdown


 No.138908

>>138907

with consent?


 No.138909

>>138908

Oh god yes


 No.138910

File: b2cdaf879aabb21⋯.mp4 (4.13 MB, 1920x960, 2:1, pting.mp4)

chibnall instructs you to laugh


 No.138911

Go out and vote


 No.138912

File: a1abd6681ff39bf⋯.png (273.62 KB, 516x553, 516:553, Screen Shot 2018-11-07 at ….png)

>>138910

Also holy fuck, just look at jodie while she's staring at the hologram in the first shot

and why is graham looking at the medic instead of the hologram?


 No.138913

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

Plot too weak


 No.138914

I don't understand why tsuranga is the episode that normies have decided to pick out as having useless side characters

Though actually come to think of it, this is the first episode in the series to actually include side characters at all rather than characters who are directly relevant to the progression of the narrative


 No.138915


 No.138916

Voting's great, I love voting! No one else loves to vote as much as I do, I've been and voted three times now and I think I'm gonna go out and vote again in a minute - some guy knocked on my door and said he's got a bus full of people that he's moving all around downtown so I'm gonna go with him and vote! He must love voting too because he's giving people money simply because they've voted!


 No.138917

If Chibnall was going to go with 3 companions every episode he shouldn't have abolished multi-part stories. I expect episodes like Punjab (which heavily rely on one-off guest characters) will be hamstrung by trying to find decent uses for all the regulars as well.


 No.138918

File: d0119c142da6e70⋯.webm (1.12 MB, 700x700, 1:1, jodiePting.webm)

LOOK AT THIS

LOOK AT WHAT JODIE DID WHEN THE DIRECTOR TOLD HER "LOOK AT THE HOLOGRAM"

note that the voice doesn't say "pting" until well after jodie scrunched her face in confusion


 No.138919

I've just finished watching the episode.

Imagine if your parents promised you an expensive games console for Christmas, but instead they just stole an empty tattered up box of the console from somebody's garbage, taped it back together hastily and then drunkenly wrapped it up for you and chucked it under the tree as an afterthought just to shut you up for an hour on Christmas morning.

That was how I felt after watching this episode. Every scene that occured I was unwrapping the present piece by piece and the mix of confusion, twisted in dissapointment, was panicking me with every tear through it.

The characters do not deserve to be called characters. They are cut-outs of characters; outlines. They will tell you exactly what kind of character they are of - they will say: "I did x in y", "remember when x happened in y?", "I learnt how to do x in y class", but they will never actually commit any physical acts showing these character traits. There are bizzare hilarious attempts at trying to create character through physical action (The CoD scene, the Yaz kicking the comatose fucking Stitch alien for no reason only to proceed to smugly tell everybody else that she'd gotten rid of it when she so clearly hadn't MY FUCKING SIDES AHAHAHAHAHA) but these are so sparse and blatantly incompetent that I can't take them seriously.

And that is the one word I will always use to describe this series of Doctor Who forever - incompetent. In every aspect of the word.

The shoddy hack writing which fails to create any suspense or audience engagement: incompetent.

The poor attempts at sci-fi which are conveyed through empty babbling monologues of the Doctor talking to herself with characters just robotically asking nothing questions for the sake of keeping her monologue going: incompetent.

The cheap, sterile environments that are so boring to look at and repeatedly used ad nauseam: incompetent.

The storylines that are cheap nothingness. Creating 2 tense storylines (the alien threat and the detonating bomb) only to have one issue resolve the other with a nothing conclusion: incompetent.

It's a complete and utter trainwreck.

1/10

The 1 because I found Pting to be cute and endearing and he/she/it the most I've cared about anybody/thing in this entire series so far.


 No.138920

File: d5a1b4da3488755⋯.png (2.34 MB, 1221x815, 1221:815, demons1.png)


 No.138921

>>138919

>They will tell you exactly what kind of character they are of - they will say: "I did x in y", "remember when x happened in y?", "I learnt how to do x in y class", but they will never actually commit any physical acts showing these character traits

war lady and brother both used their character traits in the climax, pregnant man had his baby, and nurse lady acts like a nurse throughout

the android is the only cast member for which this is valid, except they don't even introduce "I did x in y" for him


 No.138922

Will demons endorse religious segregation, or portray muslims as being in the wrong?


 No.138923

>>138922

CLETUS

U

L

L


 No.138924

Inb4 the demons are evil time travelling white males again


 No.138925

>>138921

I was mainly aiming that comment at the companions, but it may as well apply for all of the characters too since there's no real suspense to highlight any of the extremities of their characters. I mean somebody who should be acting as if their life could end at any moment just acts like their car just got fined and they're a bit peeved for the afternoon because of it.


 No.138926

>>138587

KINOOOOOOOOOOOOO


 No.138927

>>138587

That's literally the plot of a M Night Shamalan movie


 No.138928

>>138587

Just saw the Demons of Punjab! why where there no aliens? You just cant have doctor who without aliens! And setting it in pakistan is just really outside of what Doctor Who usually does, so they should have set in in Victorian London or something, to fit with the show's aesthetic. It was good and everything, but I think it should have been in victorian london instead, and had weeping angels


 No.138929

>>138923

What other positions are there?


 No.138930

File: 0480797751b1e48⋯.jpg (143.18 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, doctor.who.2005.s11e05.108….jpg)

>tfw actually fascinated to find out what/who the demons of the Punjab are going to be

Haven't felt like this about anything else in S11 so far.


 No.138931

>>138930

That actually properly looks like a human in a costume rather than a monster


 No.138932

>>138931

Okay but most Doctor Who monsters look like that as well.


 No.138933

>>138932

a costume meaning a clothing outfit, rather than monster prosthetics


 No.138934

https://www.instagram.com/p/BpknjGFnek9/

why are they in ankle cuffs?


 No.138936

>>138933

Could be an alien in a uniform.


 No.138937

>>138931

This looks like the bad guy from The Rescue


 No.138938

>>138410

>"don't turn your back, don't look away, and don't –" to the brother from Family of the Dead/Human Nature screaming "RUNNN

dude that always bothered me too i'm glad someone else mentioned it


 No.138939

>India 1947, a bit whiter than you see in the movies yeah?

>So was Muhammad. History's a blackwash


 No.138940

>>138935

real pros use ** marks instead


 No.138941

>>138940

Oh, those work? test


 No.138942

>>138912

Jesus Christ if she tried to be a shitty caricature of Tennant any harder she would just be screaming Allons y over and over like some sort of mental patient.


 No.138943

>>138896

Basterds

Death Proof


 No.138944


 No.138945

>>138939

imagine if doctor who depicted muhammad. imagine if we met his 6 year old wife, and saw the burning villages of land he conquered. Nothing that's being controversial simply for the sake of being controversial, just a completely secular view of the character. An excellent tactician, a ferocious conquerer, probably a very good public speaker given that his words spread so widely…. how based would that be?


 No.138946

File: 773dfa6e9ba87ef⋯.png (328.05 KB, 622x311, 2:1, ClipboardImage.png)

wait i must have missed this, is the pting indestructable?


 No.138947

>>138931

countrycide 2.0


 No.138948

>>138946

Yeah, they said that in the ep.


 No.138949

>>138945

9000% based


 No.138950

>>138948

they just did not know a way


 No.138951

File: 499cb38731c25e4⋯.jpg (649.55 KB, 1708x1531, 1708:1531, schedule04.jpg)

gonna host a catchup stream for morph in an hour, committee redpill audios


 No.138952

>>138944

based Toby


 No.138953

File: 16f7df9ace61c05⋯.png (592.45 KB, 963x482, 963:482, ClipboardImage.png)

>>138948

Thanks. I think the exposition makes me zone out, and I miss stuff.

Also, what were they looking for at the start, and why?


 No.138954

>>138630

Jodie is a married woman, not a promiscuous twenty something


 No.138955

>>138953

Collecting some type of part that apparently wasn’t on that planet but Jodie has one and holds it up anyway


 No.138956

>>138951

Thoughts on >>138918 ?


 No.138957


 No.138958

>>138956

She gives Chibnall a run for his money


 No.138959

Jodie’s way of saying sorry by elaborating on what she was sorry about was initially interesting but now it’s getting just as grating even if it’s less facetious


 No.138960

>>138957

There is a certain /who/ I would like to reboot its puss


 No.138961

>>138957

>reboot

>with the exact same cast

Uhh that is quite strange


 No.138962

>>138957

I thought shrek 5 was already in development?


 No.138963

>>138809

That's a terribly worded headline, even if I agree with the basic sentiment. Don't they hire people who made it through secondary school English, at least?


 No.138964


 No.138965

>>138963

Tabloid headlines try to condense sentences so they’re quicker to read


 No.138966

File: 72b59963bdcd21a⋯.jpg (122.47 KB, 486x889, 486:889, nla.news-page000019686317-….jpg)


 No.138967

>>138954

All women are whores.


 No.138968


 No.138969

>>138965

Nurse Who dying on it's arse, thanks to PC writing.

I did it with one less word.


 No.138970

File: 5c4f52dd897ee8a⋯.jpg (106.93 KB, 400x320, 5:4, drwho_seedsofdeath_icewarr….jpg)

File: 7e35ad68ae3b9c3⋯.jpg (85.71 KB, 558x766, 279:383, DrQrrPRX0Ac97vI.jpg)

File: 151bf3f3c713021⋯.jpg (119.04 KB, 1218x733, 1218:733, d02-2z-141.jpg)

File: 4463bdc4c0d5a59⋯.jpg (114.69 KB, 1000x548, 250:137, d02-2z-019.jpg)

File: 5a2ce2c4b5a3463⋯.jpg (48.71 KB, 400x321, 400:321, the-war-games-trippy.jpg)

Imagine if Troughton's last season had been in colour


 No.138971

>>138970

Don't do this to me


 No.138972

>>138970

Classic Who looks like shit in colour, wish Pertwee was black and white.


 No.138973

>>138970

It's weird. I both wish 60's Who was in colour, and post-60's Who was black and white. Some of the Tom Baker horror episodes would be kino in black and white.


 No.138974

>>138972

>>138973

>WMM

>black and white filter

Done it before. Inferno + horror episodes look great in black/white, especially Pyramids, Seeds of Doom and Planet of Evil.


 No.138975

>>138973

Star Trek was in colour at the same time

Brits were cheap fucks


 No.138976

>>138973

My dad always said that the Ark in Space was proper scary as he watched it in Black and White.

The bubblewrap isn't that obvious in black and white aswell


 No.138977

>>138974

We could make an Marcelo Camargo filter to make Jodie kino


 No.138978

>>138624

Imagine her having sex


 No.138979

>>138975

It was shot on better film, meaning you can actually watch it in HD now too. And the company didn't lose any fucking episodes. Yeah, the BBC are not the greatest.


 No.138980

what does kino mean?


 No.138981

>>138980

Russian for film.


 No.138982

>>138981

it's german for film not russian


 No.138983

>>138982

wait its both.


 No.138984


 No.138985

>>138983

>>138982

>>138981

WRONG

it is polish


 No.138986

>>138976

My telly has a black and white mode, gonna try that with my Ark in Space Blu Ray.


 No.138987

>>138986

you have to add grain and blur

and reduce it to 320x200


 No.138988

>>138986

Do Heaven Sent in b&w


 No.138989

>>138988

Unironically might try that


 No.138990

>>138988

Do Heaven Sent with no Image

even better

Just don't do it


 No.138991

>>138989

Only got the idea because BBC posted a black and white Heaven Sent clip to YouTube


 No.138992

>>138990

No, do a Jodie episode audio only. It would actually work.


 No.138993

What is the Heaven Sent of Big Finish?


 No.138994

Reminder that Eric Saward is alive


 No.138995

>>138993

In terms of what? Similar in its plot or similar in that it's unadulterated kino?


 No.138996

>>138994

His house is full of sub-machine guns


 No.138997

>>138994

Thank you for bringing this to my attention. I'll work on rectifying it as soon as I can.


 No.138998

File: d6506482e8727e1⋯.jpg (57.97 KB, 630x400, 63:40, childreninneeed.jpg)


 No.138999

File: bfbb33d13e5f6f3⋯.png (277.59 KB, 899x503, 899:503, Seeds of Doom P1.png)

File: 2f728e540229efb⋯.png (223.38 KB, 898x501, 898:501, Planet of Evil P1.png)

File: 13c9e508ca5453b⋯.png (307.34 KB, 901x505, 901:505, Terror of the Zygons P2.png)

File: 1fc08c8685070e6⋯.png (218.7 KB, 651x501, 217:167, Ghost Light P1.png)

>inb4 "putting a black and white filter over things you like doesn't make it good"


 No.139000

>>138993

Heaven Sent is a ripoff of The Holy Terror


 No.139001

>>139000

but that idiotic penguin makes things shitty


 No.139002

>>138999

dishonest filmmaking


 No.139003

File: 0235cfc0687ee02⋯.png (332.69 KB, 1004x677, 1004:677, intro bird b&w (2).png)


 No.139004

>>139001

better than Clara


 No.139005

What would you say is Jodie/13's biggest problem right now?

Personally: presence. The Doctor enters a room and acts like (s)he owns the place, you don't really feel that with her. Maybe it's all part of the Chibmell Masterplan, but even in scenes where she's supposed to be commanding are kinda weak and just fizzle out.


 No.139006


 No.139007

>>138944

>Neil Gaiman

KI-

>Akiva Goldsman

-NO


 No.139008

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

fuck chibnall


 No.139009

File: 36c6348ce6f3167⋯.png (61.95 KB, 645x729, 215:243, 36c6348ce6f3167b3ebf70c47f….png)


 No.139010

Doctor Who Expansion Plans Revealed: Paul McGann to Lead 3 BBC Movies


 No.139011

File: 42cb60fcbe0912e⋯.png (152.86 KB, 1254x1138, 627:569, 1490294881896.png)

>>138980

it came from this, people on /tv/ found it and started using the term ironically and eventually it became unironic


 No.139012

>>139010

best timeline


 No.139013

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


 No.139014

File: 926129441dea21a⋯.png (10.48 KB, 604x608, 151:152, suspicjak.png)


 No.139015

File: 3d745dc6ad24bbd⋯.gif (45.14 KB, 400x550, 8:11, kamelion.gif)


 No.139016

File: 707a856f31cf991⋯.jpg (180.48 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.9x05.the_g….jpg)

File: 4828ea6aa2e3acb⋯.jpg (71.51 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.9x02.the_w….jpg)

>>138999

B&W Moffat Who > B&W 70s-80s Who


 No.139017

File: 29f28e746e1fa07⋯.png (412.78 KB, 429x608, 429:608, ClipboardImage.png)

File: a4bb457c75bd01a⋯.png (476.24 KB, 480x640, 3:4, ClipboardImage.png)

we could have had it all


 No.139018


 No.139019

File: 79e5a5fe4964488⋯.png (916.49 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139020


 No.139021

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

What if HANDLES is the BRIGADIER


 No.139022

>>139019

reee why couldn't Handles look like this


 No.139023

>>138624

hahaha what? link? I've never heard of this


 No.139024

>>139016

Make it 4:3


 No.139025

>>139021

NOOOOOO

DELET


 No.139026

>>139023

fancying a fap, mate


 No.139027

>>139024

has to be kinomatic


 No.139028

>>139007

>Akiva Goldsman

This guy has blackmail on executives, right? Only other reason this guy keeps getting jobs.


 No.139029

>>139028

his name desu


 No.139030

File: b40aac168397568⋯.png (518.53 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

File: c111699ece204e9⋯.png (384.98 KB, 640x360, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

File: 54507fea7dd8135⋯.png (1.05 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)

One thing I'm really really gonna miss about Capaldi's era is that it wasn't embarassed of it's past the way it had been before, and apparently afterwards too. They just brought back stuff from classic who, and previous stuff from new who. There was more stock footage and references to Tennant's era than there were with Matt Smith as well. Capaldi's era feels connected to the rest of the show. It feels to me that Capaldi's doctor could meet the zarbi, the slitheen, whatever…. and it wouldn't seem out of place. I don't feel that with Jodie Whittaker's era. Obviously it's only been half a season, but hers seems more distinct in that it might as well not be the same universe as everything else.


 No.139031

File: 0d1f5b0f12b825f⋯.mp4 (4.15 MB, 608x1080, 76:135, Best friends Dog and Duck .mp4)

DWE?


 No.139032

>>139030

they have the impression that showing a link to the past, scares a view instead of stimulating them to research and enrich the experience


 No.139033

>>139031

>Twelve and One say goodbye at the end of Twice Upon a Time (2017)


 No.139034

>>139030

Whittaker's era will never feel connected because Chibnall will redesign any old villains.


 No.139035

>>139030

Pandorica Opens had every nuWho monster in it at least


 No.139036

>>139034

I just hope it won't be CGI daleks and cybermen


 No.139037

File: fd6f3b7d3bb1878⋯.jpg (314.33 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, fd6f3b7d3bb1878d67bb7f4c24….jpg)

>>139030

cough cough


 No.139038

>Capaldi era never redesigned any old monsters

>Whittaker era will redesign all of them


 No.139039

>>139038

>Whittaker era

>ever bringing back enough old monsters for this to even matter

lol


 No.139040

>>139035

There's a scene in Pandorica Opens where River is checking for signals from alien spaceships, and starts name-checking them. She mentions daleks, sontarans, cybermen… and then she mentions a few older villains I think, like drahvins or whatever. When she does, it feels totally out of place for me. I can't speak for everyone, but the idea that there are drahvins in a nearby spaceship somewhere is weird to me personally. It wouldn't be with Capaldi though.

>>139037

That seems totally out of place to me. I don't honestly get the impression that these fellas are from the same universe. Maybe it's an aesthetic thing, and I'll start to see it as the same universe once the daleks first appear in Whittakers era or whatever.


 No.139041

>>139036

CGI master


 No.139042

>>139039

Next series will be all old monsters and they'll all be CGI now.


 No.139043

>>139032

To be honest, I can't parse that sentence. What are you saying?

>>139034

>Chibnall will redesign any old villains.

I dont mind that, but I'm glad we got Capaldi's era for that. I wouldn't even hate it if the only old villains we got were like, The daleks and one other thing, like the sontarans or something. Maybe not though, Chibnall era sontarans would just be regular people but we're told they're aliens through dialogue… failing that fully cgi sontarans….


 No.139044

>>139043

>To be honest, I can't parse that sentence. What are you saying?

when they show a reference to classic who in nuwho

like Alpha Centauri

Some people will shrug and ignore

Some people will feel excluded and pissed

Some people will google about it and have satisfaction learning more


 No.139045

File: 532a225a2edddb8⋯.png (127.06 KB, 400x381, 400:381, 532a225a2edddb847b71c65d0a….png)

>Chibnall brings back classic who villains for S12

>mfw it's daleks/cybermen


 No.139046

File: 8df4347d105a09a⋯.jpg (420.92 KB, 2500x1668, 625:417, PUNJABKINO.jpg)

WHO DA MAN?


 No.139047

>>139044

>Some people will feel excluded and pissed

If you're going to watch a show that's been running for 50+ years you have to let stuff like this slide for the long running fans


 No.139048

i want drashigs


 No.139049

File: abd69ef12b7d6a9⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 2560x1707, 2560:1707, YAZTOMYFRIENDS.jpg)


 No.139050

File: 059f424952639dd⋯.jpg (1.07 MB, 2500x1667, 2500:1667, sea.jpg)


 No.139051

File: d39865f9ff5e11d⋯.jpg (1.55 MB, 2560x1707, 2560:1707, amitasuman.jpg)


 No.139052


 No.139053

>>139047

People feel overwhelmed, same reason comics keep rebooting

But to me, more lore, more fun

see

https://twitter.com/MarzGurl/status/1051646049482362880

https://twitter.com/MarzGurl/status/1057854581315694592


 No.139054

File: 633598e0b13dcc4⋯.jpg (2.27 MB, 2560x1707, 2560:1707, grahamyaz.jpg)


 No.139055

>>139054

some palette choices here


 No.139056

>no Christmas special because Chibnall has run out of ideas


 No.139057

Doctor Who needs a hero… but who?!


 No.139058

>>139056

damn Moff used Santa already


 No.139059


 No.139060

Chibbers pull a Law & Order UK (again)

he asks BBC to buy the rights to X-Files scripts

just recycles them into WHO plots

problem solved


 No.139061

>Lost on a barren outpost planet with no TARDIS, the Doctor, Yaz, Ryan and Graham must survive the hostile ice conditions of the surface and deal with the underground population who's just as frost.

>The Doctor materializes on Christmas Day in Yaz's flat, only to find out Christmas has been cancelled. In fact, Christmas has never existed. With everything hanging in the balance, can the Doctor save Christmas?

>Tarrenta 7. The jewel of the Seven Systmes. But have you taken your Christmas pill yet? Or was it the Halloween one? Now, everyone needs to take pills to feel the spirit of seasonal festivities, because we've lost the meaning of them. But what caused this? What's in the exhaust fumes all around the planet? And more importantly, can the Doctor restore the spirit of Christmas?


 No.139062


 No.139063

>>139061

>The Doctor materializes on Christmas Day in Yaz's flat, only to find out Christmas has been cancelled.

The Caliphate won


 No.139064

Okay so I finally watched it and I actually liked the first 10 minutes and didnt get what the fuss was all about, because the concept is rather great. But then it all went downhill.

The first thing that made me realise things were gonna be a major problem is when the fact that the Doctor was on a ship was a major revelation

Like did she think an abandoned planet in a junk galaxy was gonna have a pristine hospital

Also, I think this episode finally broke androzani: http://www.androzani.com/tsuranga.shtml


 No.139065

>>138686

>Ted Cruz will win

'Tis a shame. Watching him eat shit is always such a treat.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T0XZDOCs0S0


 No.139066

>>139065

I like how the entire country can stand united over hating Ted Cruz


 No.139067

>>139065

>Ted Cruz will win

I know, but I still don't understand why. I haven't met a single person who likes him. Not even conservatives. Everyone thinks he's either pathetic, creepy, or both.


 No.139068

Hype for graham and yaz finally having a conversation?


 No.139069

I'm fucking SICK of people accepting their death like it's nothing, Jesus fucking Christ.

First Grace, now Astos.

FUCK YOU CHIBNALL YOU HACK.


 No.139070

>>139069

>nobody shows apprehensions toward dying

FATALIST AGE INCOMING


 No.139071

>it's being reported season 11 will have an eleventh episode that will be an hour-long special focusing on a New Year's storyline

>DOCTOR WHO will reportedly have no Christmas special this year and will instead have a special on New Years Day

Heck yeah.

New Year > Christmas

Don't reply.


 No.139072

>>139045

I would imagine Chibnall would be too intimidated by the series 10 finale that he wouldnt even bother with cybermen


 No.139073

>>139069

why'd he even walk into the pod


 No.139074

Voting makes my autism flare up.

>>139069

Well, I mean, what can you do.


 No.139075

>>139064

>Also, I think this episode finally broke androzani: http://www.androzani.com/tsuranga.shtml

Never heard of this site before but this is based.


 No.139076

>>139071

this, I know we all like hating Chibnall but this is probably his best decision so far as showrunner. Only downside is he made Moffat ruin his tenure's end for no reason.


 No.139077

>>139074

Bargain for your fucking life like Martha did in 42, she tried calling her family, she tried escaping.

Or Moorhouse in Mummy on the Orient Express.

This is just fucking lame.


 No.139078

>>139071

>Don't reply.


 No.139079

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

This is the best thing Chibnall has ever written.


 No.139080

>>139061

I like all of these, but I dont like Chibbers taking Chistmas specials so literally, like how Moffat made the episodes about Christmas. Just set them at Christmas like RTD did and then its no big deal.

>>139075

they're pretty much my go to review place for who even if I dont always agree.


 No.139081

>>139079

Counterpoint: all of Power of Three except the last 5 minutes


 No.139082

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Chibnall will never be this good, RTD probably wrote all of this.


 No.139083

>>139077

I haven't seen the bit with Astos yet, but Grace was a grandmother. She lived a lifetime and died presumably saving her grandson shuffling off in her husband's arms. It's a better way than most get surely.


 No.139084

>>139081

Moffat rewrote all of that too.


 No.139085

>>139074

Cloister, posting on 8chan clearly makes your autism flair up


 No.139086

>>139083

That's not the point. She's like

>You'll make it right? … Without me?

It's so fucking retarded, like she was aware she was going to die. It's just so fucking unrealistic.


 No.139087

>>139079

Yeah, RTD did a really good job with all that dialogue.


 No.139088

>>139082

>>139079

>RTD had the time for this kind of scenes in a 42 minutes episode

>Chibnall can't even manage a 1/4 of this in 52 minutes

Doctor Who is dead.


 No.139089

>>139079

Fuck I hate Martha's mom so much.


 No.139090

I never thought I'd say this, but fuck 42 is a masterpiece compared to what we have now.


 No.139091

>>139082

Segun will never be this good either. I'm about to drop the show guys ;_;


 No.139092

>>139090

42 was never really that bad desu.

Also, I dont hate Series 11 but I'm happy that its made moffat fans appreciate RTD and RTD fans appreciate moffat. Im seeing that all over now.


 No.139093

>>139091

No that's one thing I'll disagree with. The music has been pretty top notch and probably the thing I like the most


 No.139094

>>139085

Not as much as other places.

>>139086

She could have been aware of her impending death and I can't say I'd say something completely dissimilar if I knew my time was up unexpectedly. I'd probably try and manage I love you, but I'd probably also want the peace of knowing that my loved ones would be ok. Out off all of the hamfisted bonkers shit in that episode, grace's death while pretty pointless other than to tug at your heart strings, wasn't the most egregious for bit me.


 No.139095

Astos was better at being Dr Who than 13 was. He's male version of Clara.


 No.139096

>>139095

>male version of Clara.

the doctor?


 No.139097

>>139069

>>139086

Actually I'll agree with Cloister here. She knew she had a terminal illness, she was in denial but its not a stretch she'd finally accept it.


 No.139098

>>139097

wait I think im talking about the wrong person


 No.139099

>>139098

Could be me? /who/ knows.


 No.139100

>67th Century

>Eve hasn't found some future pill to cure her heart condition

>79th Century

>Krasko is racist to black people in a society where humans have fully integrated with aliens

Does Chibnall not know how long centuries are, or is he so cynical that he thinks nobody will develop new inventions and hold on to old ideas dozens of millennia after the current year?


 No.139101

If Chibnall really wants to speed up production time so there's no gap year, he could always go full earthbound.


 No.139102

>>139100

Imagining a meaningfully different future requires more of an imagination than Chib has.


 No.139103

>>139097

>terminal illness

so who are you talking about? I'm struggling to think of terminally ill characters rn


 No.139104

>>139100

>some future pill to cure her heart condition

Maybe a sense of shame over-rid her desire to change her condition. Same reason why Evelyn never asked 6 "Could we go to the year 8 billion so I can try some pills? I'm never getting any younger, you know?"


 No.139105

I hope Chibnall gets pilot's heart.


 No.139106

>>139105

I hope Chibnall gets an offer to make Jessica Jones and he leaves DW


 No.139107

>>139106

Why? Do you not like Jessica Jones? Only finished 1 ep and I'm finding it decent


 No.139108

How do you guys think other companions would have reacted upon encountering a cosmic racist, or something that challenges their views on gender, like a pregnant man?

I reckon Rose would have reacted to the pregnant man by calling him 'gay'. I wonder if any of the companions would have liked the cosmic racist


 No.139109

>>139107

you cannot wish ill things to people, so I just hope he leaves to earn more money and be happier, JJ was just a random suggestion


 No.139110

>>139108

>I reckon Rose would have reacted to the pregnant man by calling him 'gay'.

She was not that low

But I can see her looking at 10th and they both cracking a laugh about Pregnant Man


 No.139111

>>139110

She called 9 gay for being a little sensitive in Aliens of London


 No.139112

>>139111

Dont remember that


 No.139113

I found fascinating the idea of having the same episode with other Doctor


 No.139114

>>139112

near the start

>ROSE: She slapped you!

>DOCTOR: Nine hundred years of time and space, and I've never been slapped by someone's mother.

>ROSE: Your face.

>DOCTOR: It hurt!

>ROSE: You're so gay. When you say nine hundred years?

>DOCTOR: That's my age.


 No.139115

>>139113

If Capaldi had done Arachnids in the UK, he would have sent the spiders to a planet where they could live in peace.


 No.139116

File: 833ecba78405fc2⋯.jpg (26.8 KB, 300x200, 3:2, a.jpg)

Chose one


 No.139117

>>139116

I like the one with demon horns, what does it represent?


 No.139118

>>139115

It was so obvious and possible

Get Stormzy boombox on the tardis

the spiders go there, Doctor carry them to a planet where gravity is lower, so they would not suffocate if they get bigger

bonus if the planet is ancient Metabelis 3 and doctor created his own death (3rd) by saving the spiders


 No.139119

>>139117

Prince


 No.139120

>>139118

BuT tHe CaSuAl FaNs WoUlD fEeL lEfT oUt


 No.139121

>>139120

If Tennant had done Arachnids in the UK, it would've turned out the spiders were fully sentient and knew they were killing people, and 10 would have had to kill them all while saying "I'm sorry. I'm so sorry."


 No.139122

File: d15540e5ddd00a1⋯.jpg (216.83 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, DrVowcSXgAELW21[1].jpg)


 No.139123

>>139122

I've got Doctor Fourth. It's really good and brings back memories of other Mr Men books


 No.139124

>>139123

It is just weird to me, the females with no pants


 No.139125

>>139124

Why the fuck did you just ruin the Mr Men books for me


 No.139126

>>139125

"I'm sorry. I'm so sorry."


 No.139127

>>139124

first thing I thought as well


 No.139128

>>139127

the idea of Jodie wearing only socks and boots


 No.139129

>>139119

the artist formerly known as Prince?


 No.139130


 No.139131

>>139128

>covering up her hottest feature


 No.139132

I dreamt that Sans from Undertale was a guest star in Series 11


 No.139133

>>139131

go back to bed kinda


 No.139134

>>139132

of course you did you fucking weeb


 No.139135

>>139134

>undertale

>weeb


 No.139136


 No.139137

>>139135

>thinking theres a difference

fucking weeb


 No.139138

>>139131

agreed, but … still kinky


 No.139139

>>139132

Dream about me


 No.139140

File: b83864f826cbe2c⋯.jpg (137.83 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 1da3.jpg)

https://www.bigfinish.com/news/v/first-doctor-adventures-volume-3-story-details

>The First Doctor Adventures Volume Three sees the Doctor (David Bradley) continuing to travel with the original TARDIS team, Ian Chesterton (played by Jamie Glover), Barbara (played by Jemma Powell) and Susan (played by Claudia Grant) and this time they’re also joined by another member of the original cast as Carole Ann Ford plays ‘The Woman’.

>The Woman


 No.139141

>>139108

>challenges their views on gender

No sweetie, people aren't challenged, they just laugh at the complete faggotry. Men are men and come with dick and balls, women are women and come with tits and vag, anyone else is broken and needs a mental institution.


 No.139142

>>139140

The question if Ford will confirm that Bradley happens in alternate universe or they consider him as the same as Hartnell


 No.139143

>>139141

Liz disagrees


 No.139144

>I met Andrew Cartmel, honestly one of the loveliest people ever. It was at LFCC, I came up to him and told him I loved his era of the show and he was really happy and then asked me to sit down beside him at his stand and we just talked for half an hour. He also gave me free signed postcards of behind the scenes of Season 26 because he liked me so much!

He was so lovely I bought his book even though I didn’t intend to when I approached him.


 No.139145

>>139144

The Masterplan is happening


 No.139146

>>139144

<insert loom joke here>


 No.139147

12x01 Return of the Masterplan by Andrew Cartmel


 No.139148

>>139140

The scene where 13 smashes the vortex manipulator is actually good. I'm convinced Jodie would be good if 13 were a more serious Doctor. Basically 13 should be 9, then Jodie would be kino.


 No.139149

>>139141

I mean, maybe we're disagreeing on the language used, but if someone is challenged on their view of gender, they're free to refute the challenge entirely, and declare it total bullshit. So it's not that their view isn't challenged, it's that the challenge gets refuted. That's how I see it, but it's just pedantic at that point


 No.139150

>>139148

Didn't mean for that to be a reply, oops.


 No.139151

>>139148

How would you follow on from 12 as a character? Where do you think the Doctor should go after Capaldi's regen?


 No.139152

>>139140

so she's older susan then? sounds neat


 No.139153

>>139147

s12

Cartmell

Saward

Aaronovitch

Cornell

Shearman

why bbc hates us


 No.139154

>>139152

or alternate, that is neater


 No.139155

>>139151

I do agree, that's the problem. Jodie is a wrong choice for this kind of Doctor, Chibnal obviously had s female version of Matt Smith in mind.


 No.139157


 No.139165

>>139144

I also met him at LFCC, he recognized me from an earlier con and let me sit at his side too.

He's genuinely very nice.


 No.139166

>>139155

I disagree that Jodie is the wrong choice. She's clearly been directed to act like tennant, but Whittaker is capable of different tones. I'm of the opinion that JW was a good choice for the Doctor, but she's not a Doctor Who fan, she's reliant on what Chibnall tells her the Doctor is like, etc… she's been sent in the wrong direction imho

>>139154

would be interesting if they confirmed the bradley master audios as being their own universe or something. I find it hard to listen to audio dramas nowadays though, so I probably wont get it.


 No.139206

>>139067

>Everyone thinks he's either pathetic, creepy, or both.

conservatives relate to him




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