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

File: cb5823138e94def⋯.jpg (157.38 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, doctor.who.2005.s11e05.108….jpg)

 No.139156

Pting is love, Pting is life edition

cha ching: >>138408

 No.139158

If Matt had been in The Tsuranga Conundrum, it would have played exactly the same. Only Matt would have saved the script by his acting.


 No.139159

How about all of the companions are murdered and we get nuclear Jodie, Doctor of vengeance?


 No.139160

13's design is way better without the grey jacket, in other words her design during Rosa after she rips it and gives it away.


 No.139161

Is Pting the most convincing CGI creature we had in the show?


 No.139162

>>139161

Unfortunately.


 No.139163

Sabrina is an objectively better show than Series 11.


 No.139164

Spoiler for series 12

>Krasko as the companion

>Doctor shows him around the universe to cure his racism

>They fall in love

KINO


 No.139167

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

morph


 No.139168

>>139163

saboomer


 No.139169

I want an episode where Graham shrinks and he has to drive a tiny car away from 13 who's chasing him


 No.139170

>>139169

This sounds like kino, Chibnall should hire you


 No.139171

>>139163

That's not a high bar, but yeah, I'm 3 episodes in so far and the difference is night and day, it's so much more entertaining than S11 in every regard.


 No.139172

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


 No.139173

At this point, would a Netflix Doctor Who be better than Series 11?


 No.139174

>>139173

yes and that's a very, very, very bad thing


 No.139175

>>139173

Netflix seems to taylor their stuff to pander to the specific audience, but they would pander to 10th audience probably, not us

I wish we would get 2 series, one dark and one light


 No.139176

>By the way, all of you reading this at work, you should be ashamed of yourselves. Yes, you. And you. Holding it under the desk doesn’t fool anyone, you know. And for heaven’s sake, put it down, Chris, you’ve got far too much to do.


 No.139177

>>139176

>Chib followed Moffat's advice, put down the book, and remained completely oblivious to the kino within

Is this what gave us S11?


 No.139178

File: be30b475ff90038⋯.jpg (128.07 KB, 800x1131, 800:1131, DrBB-X8WwAUx4g4[1].jpg)


 No.139179

>>139178

>The Bodyguard star

>star


 No.139180

I've never heard Nilso Snr so furious about an episode of Doctor Who than Tsuranga


 No.139181

>>139178

Fucking hell, how did I not recognise her in the headscarf?


 No.139182

>>139178

Such a qt


 No.139183

>>139178

>there's an L in her first name

What the fuck I never noticed.


 No.139184

Anjli >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Mandip


 No.139185


 No.139186

About to watch Arachnids for the first time.


 No.139187

>>139186

Best episode


 No.139188

>>139178

Her fully comprehensive confession at the end of Bodyguard we kekicious. She'd twirl her moustache if she had one.


 No.139189

>>139188

She has somewhere else


 No.139190

>>139185

Surprisingly it wasn't even about the mpreg which I'd assumed would be his biggest gripe. He said that he'd felt as if he'd spent the entire episode waiting for something to happen then the credits started rolling. He also said it's the first episode he's watched the whole way through and it felt like a CBBC children's program in comparison to what it's been in the last few years. He liked the Pting somewhat but he hated absolutely everything other than the mpreg man and Bradley Walsh.


 No.139191

>>139186

No please don’t do it


 No.139192

>>139190

Pretty based desu


 No.139193

>>139175

>I wish we would get 2 series, one dark and one light

or one that somehow manages both


 No.139194

Dear Chris Chibnall,

I am extremely furious at your continued failure to digitally recreate dead actors for me. I hope you die, and change your mind.

Best wishes,

A TRUE fan.

PS Please make more episodes of Open Air.

You were good then.


 No.139195

>>139173

A swift death would be better than Series 11. Either for the show, for Chibnall, or for myself, I’m not fussy.


 No.139196


 No.139197

Am I a normie? I just saw a spider on the wall and the first thing I thought of was "Is there a massive one here" from AitUk


 No.139198

>>139193

What more could you want from television?


 No.139199

>>139198

light and dark simultaneously is just series 4.


 No.139200

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.139201

>>139199

What more could you want from television?


 No.139202

File: b12c21d51930614⋯.png (132.78 KB, 360x240, 3:2, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139203

>>139201

true. If it wasn't for that finale, I'd think Series 4 was almost the pinnacle of Doctor Who


 No.139204

File: c1019acd11bb487⋯.jpg (49.71 KB, 970x582, 5:3, Best Female Doc.jpg)

She would make a better female Doctor than Jodie, calling it now.


 No.139205

>>139204

too fat


 No.139207

>>139158

Matt would've at least made it entertaining and visually interesting with how much of a physical performance he always gave


 No.139208

>>139161

The Atraxi from The Eleventh Hour


 No.139209

>>139191

I didn't. The very thought of doing it pissed me off so I'm watching Louis Theroux's new doc instead.


 No.139210


 No.139211

>>139208

Atraxi was far from convincing


 No.139212

>>139211

not in my heart


 No.139213

File: 85f97fc03d40fdd⋯.jpg (18.88 KB, 644x250, 322:125, 1539134298.jpg)


 No.139214

How is the non-Chibnall half of the series going to be compared to the Chibnall half? About the same? A little better? Even worse?


 No.139215

>>139214

dont worry, he'll edit the kino out of them. you'll never know it was there in the first draft


 No.139216

>>139214

Rosa level


 No.139217

File: eeb59e89e523924⋯.jpg (66.97 KB, 614x584, 307:292, imdb.jpg)

falling down and down and down and down


 No.139218

>>139217

Victory of the Daleks isn't even that bad


 No.139219

Ghost Monument is the best of s11 so far.


 No.139220

>>139216

Rosa was okay. good by s11 standards


 No.139221

>>139219

nope, 2nd worst


 No.139222

>>139218

It's actually pretty good outside the power of love ending and the fat ass daleks.


 No.139223

>>139219

Rosa, though imperfect, is by far the best.


 No.139224

Rosa > Arachnids > TWWFTE > TGM > Tsuranga


 No.139225

GIVE ME YOUR BEST "__ OF THE DALEKS" TITLE IDEAS

>Exodus of the Daleks


 No.139226

File: ab35019058ff803⋯.jpg (74.68 KB, 500x484, 125:121, ayyyyyy.jpg)

>>139217

>Love & Monsters anywhere near most of those episodes


 No.139227

>>139225

Desolation of the Daleks


 No.139228

>>139225

Dilemma of the Daleks


 No.139229

>>139225

Age of the Daleks


 No.139230

>>139225

Damage of the Daleks


 No.139231

>>139225

Crisis of the Daleks

Devastation of the Daleks

Partition of the Daleks

Initiation of the Daleks

Damnation of the Daleks

Dynasty of the Daleks

Sovereign of the Daleks

Ambassador of the Daleks


 No.139232

>>139225

Leviticus of the Daleks

Psalms of the Daleks

Acts of the Apostles of the Daleks


 No.139233

>>139225

Demons of the Daleks


 No.139234

>>139233

sounds kino


 No.139235

Who loved you?


 No.139236

>>139225

Saviour of the Daleks


 No.139237

Hope of the Daleks


 No.139238

>>139225

Night of the Daleks

Way of the Daleks

Scream of the Daleks


 No.139239

>>139225

night of the living daleks


 No.139240

>>139225

Apartheid of the Daleks for an audio surrounding the civil war in Remembrance.

>>139231

I like the sound of Ambassador. I'm imagining a human obsessed with the ways of the Daleks, carrying out their bidding etc. with a fascism message to the story. Sounds Torchwood-esque.


 No.139241

>>139237

Pillar of the Daleks


 No.139242

Armistice of the Daleks


 No.139243

nilsos gay of the daleks


 No.139244


 No.139245

Who loved you ?


 No.139246

File: 4ab20fae3f6309c⋯.png (23.34 KB, 144x936, 2:13, ClipboardImage.png)

>>139225

Assault of the Daleks

Assignment of the Daleks

Birth of the Daleks

Bodysnatchers of the Daleks

Burning of the Daleks

City of the Daleks

Dawn of the Daleks

Defector of the Daleks

Destroyer of the Daleks

Dream of the Daleks

End of the Daleks

Enemy of the Daleks

Extinction of the Daleks

Fall of the Daleks

Father of the Daleks

Fear of the Daleks

Flaw of the Daleks

Game of the Daleks

Ghost of the Daleks

Hell of the Daleks

Inferno of the Daleks

Lord of the Daleks

Love of the Daleks

Menace of the Daleks

Mission of the Daleks

Night of the Daleks

Nirvana of the Daleks

Operation of the Daleks

Order of the Daleks

Paradise of the Daleks

Paranoia of the Daleks

Pathogen of the Daleks

Plague of the Daleks

Price of the Daleks

Pride of the Daleks

Prison of the Daleks

Quarantine of the Daleks

Renegade of the Daleks

Return of the Daleks

Revenant of the Daleks

Revenge of the Daleks

Shockwave of the Daleks

Son of the Daleks

Stand of the Daleks

Survival of the Daleks

Tower of the Daleks

Trail of the Daleks

Trap of the Daleks

Trial of the Daleks

Triumvirate of the Daleks

Virus of the Daleks

World of the Daleks


 No.139247

>>139246

didn't attach an image there, lol


 No.139248

File: f03d5e25e207d18⋯.mp4 (559.12 KB, 1196x948, 299:237, jimmyhamster.mp4)

dwe?


 No.139249

>>139246

>City of the Daleks

>Enemy of the Daleks

>Plague of the Daleks

These are all real, iirc.


 No.139250

Betrayal of the Daleks


 No.139251

File: f73979315d4d499⋯.jpg (526.37 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, occupation.jpg)

listen to occupation baby with me


 No.139252

>>139249

Yeah I was bound to cross over with some


 No.139253

File: b9a5a406e94d359⋯.jpg (107.78 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 1das.jpg)

yeah she doesn't know what she's missing


 No.139254

>>139225

Condition of the Daleks

Crimes of the Daleks

Cry of the Daleks

Peace of the Daleks

Revolt of the Daleks

The Final End of the Daleks


 No.139255

File: c84b401361061ba⋯.jpg (60.09 KB, 440x732, 110:183, books.jpg)

Reminder that books


 No.139256

>>139249

Up your game, anon. You should know Fear, Order, Prison(er), and Return are all real Dalek stories too.


 No.139257

I hate the "Noun of the Antagonist" episode formula and always have


 No.139258

>>139257

*title formula


 No.139259

Jam of the Rat


 No.139260

>>139255

Comfy cover, ignore everyone who says otherwise


 No.139261

>>139254

>Revolt of the Daleks

I feel like Revolution of the Daleks is similar enough and rolls off the tongue better


 No.139262

Chomp of the Pting


 No.139263

>>139257

What bout "The [Noun] of [Noun]" or "[Concrete Noun] of [Abstract Noun]"?


 No.139264

File: 780175a68a67dbf⋯.jpg (49.1 KB, 1280x640, 2:1, Doctor.Who.2005.S11E02.The….jpg)

Whisper of the Remnants


 No.139265

Boogie of the Sensorites


 No.139266

>>139257

It really depends on the title to me. Same with the "___ of the Doctor" titles. Name of the Doctor made sense, and Day of the Doctor makes sense in the real world context of that story since it's the 50th Anniversary, but in-universe there's nothing to explain that title at all. Time of the Doctor makes no sense in-universe and in the context of the episode. Moffat should've just gone with Silent Night or Twelfth Night since either of those would work with the Christmas setting as well as bookend The Eleventh Hour plus set up Twelve with the 2nd title


 No.139267

File: d163d5532cd9802⋯.jpg (90.54 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, doctor.who.2005.s11e03.108….jpg)

Racist of the Cosmos


 No.139268

Assault of the Benefactors


 No.139269

Curse of Fatal Death


 No.139270

>>139263

It's the fact that the formula I mentioned is just a way to namedrop the villain that bothers me.


 No.139271

>>139254

>Cry of the Daleks

Nice. I like when the X of Y titles at least try to go for a double meaning.


 No.139272

Death of the Crap Oldie


 No.139273

hot take: The Doctor Falls is a shitty title and makes no sense in the context of the episode. I don't know how Moffat can go from "World Enough and Time" to something so fucking generic and then back to titles like "Twice Upon a Time"


 No.139274

>>139273

>makes no sense in the context of the episode

were you paying attention to anything in the episode whatsoever


 No.139275

File: cf4af20425d330e⋯.mp4 (1.77 MB, 390x214, 195:107, the good place.mp4)

dwe?


 No.139276

>>139270

Eh, it doesn't bother me as long as it's not meant to be a secret like in old Terry Nation scripts when he'd keep trotting out the same old episode one cliffhanger of a Dalek appearing like it's supposed to shock anyone.


 No.139277

https://youtu.be/NejmRupa54I

Was this the inspiration for Yaz's case files?


 No.139278

Deletion of the Huntergrant


 No.139279

What are some episode titles that are underrated?


 No.139280

>>139279

The Magician's Apprentice/The Witch's Familiar


 No.139281

File: d2788182edceba3⋯.jpg (903.66 KB, 2525x1421, 2525:1421, Screen Shot 2018-11-06 at ….jpg)

>"In fact, I'd call it a genesis. Specifically, the Genesis of the Cybermen."

absolute kinography


 No.139282


 No.139283

What exactly was the conundrum of the Tsuranga?


 No.139284

>>139279

Flesh and Stone


 No.139285

https://8ch.net/doctorwho/res/30400.html#

You know what, just ctrl+f "Delunter". I can't keep reposting the funny bits, the whole thread is pure fucking gold


 No.139286

>"In fact, I'd call it a conundrum. Specifically, the Tsuranga Conundrum"

absolute kinography


 No.139287

>>139275

Is this show any good? I saw that two episodes were nominated for Hugo Awards along with Twice Upon a Time and one of them won, but then again Game of Thrones is nominated every year


 No.139288

>>139285

>Wew. Someone's a smitten kitten.

Instantly iconic line and a legendary moment of /who/.


 No.139289

>>139287

gets good in season 2, but you have to get through season 1. s1 isnt bad though, its ok


 No.139290

>>139287

It's pretty good yeah.


 No.139291

In fact, I'd call it a woman. Specifically, the Woman Who Fell to Earth.

In fact, I'd call it a monument. Specifically, the Ghost Monument.

In fact, I'd call it an arachnid. Specifically, an Arachnid in the UK.


 No.139292

File: 4e91c3012acc7bb⋯.png (583.83 KB, 508x678, 254:339, delunter.png)

Act natural, Morty.


 No.139293

No, we're not like that. I just really like the idea as a joke.


 No.139294

>>139293

stfu hunter, leave.


 No.139295

hunter, switch back to your 'neo' persona


 No.139296

File: 378916f5f2753d5⋯.jpg (127.7 KB, 1024x768, 4:3, Dn3Wgi5XUAEJ9g5.jpg)

*saves Series 11*


 No.139297

Assault of the Benefactors is a better title than any Series 11 title. Prove me wrong.


 No.139298

"Hope is a terrible thing" - Hell Bent


 No.139299

Broke: #noun# of the Daleks

Woke: The Dalek #invasion_synonym# of #location_or_concept#


 No.139300

Seriously, could you imagine Moffat forcing his ideas in every episode like Chibnall does, but only one idea, repeated in every episode?

>HOPE. HOPE. HOPE.

What 'concept' would have Moffat forced?


 No.139301

>>139297

Arachnids in the UK is a good title if the episode itself gave it a double meaning. Making it just literally about spiders in the UK takes away any possible cleverness the title could have


 No.139302

File: 40a1e4ea0bf7eae⋯.jpg (1.5 MB, 1944x2592, 3:4, 1481662577983.jpg)

Hourglass and Ashes to Ashes/Dust to Dust are all kino titles desu


 No.139303


 No.139304

>>139302

>caught in the mysterious Chronolock Guy's trap

>Chronolock Guy

what is this, a Chibnall episode?


 No.139305

>>139302

>ep 11 and 12 summaries were spot on


 No.139306

>Who loved you?


 No.139307

>>139302

reminds me of how utterly kino the titles Heaven Sent/Hell Bent were. They rhyme, they have the concepts of heaven and hell, and they're not just made up bullshit - Heaven Sent and Hell Bent are both real phrases people use day to day. And in Hell Bent, the doctor is actually hell bent to save Clara


 No.139308

>>139305

that's because it was totally real


 No.139309

Chibnall made the Stenza. But who made Chibnall?


 No.139310

>>139309

Pip and Jane


 No.139311

>>139306

what's this from?


 No.139312

>>139298

"That's the trouble with hope… it's hard to resist" - 12th Doctor


 No.139313

>>139311

The Doctor Falls.


 No.139314

Who loved you?


 No.139315

>>139314

Moffat.


 No.139316

In the lead-up to this midterm election, I tried getting out there and educating myself on the candidates and their beliefs. I refuse for this to be yet another election where I shrug my way into the ballot box and vote the party line. I'm tired of not making educated decisions. But there's such a swamp of conflicting information and misinformation that I think it's literally impossible to sort it all out and make an educated choice. So I did vote, but only on the simplest issues, that I felt sure about. I left most of the spots blank.

Meanwhile, people on Twitter have been saying all day that "It's ELECTION DAY America!!! The most important day for the rest of your lives!" The … ``most important`` day? For the rest of my life? Jesus Christ, it must all be downhill from here. That was tweeted by Rihanna.

I get that it's important for everyone to vote. That's been drilled into me from a very young age. But … is it ``really?`` It was hard to educate myself on the few issues I picked; based on my personal experience, at least, I'm pretty sure most people aren't doing a fraction of that research. So when they go and vote, what's making up their mind? Blind loyalty to their political party? Whatever pathos-laden TV ad they saw last? Hindsight enables me to admit that that's how it's been for me, in past elections at least!

I'd almost rather that the only people who go and vote are the ones who care enough to educate themselves about the topics, who care enough to register before the literal day-of, and who care enough to get out and vote without needing Google logos and Rihanna tweets to remind them.

I dunno. Does that make me a bigot?


 No.139317

>>139316

APATHY IS DEATH


 No.139318

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

this vid brings back 2014


 No.139319

>>139316

I'm English you stupid fuck


 No.139320

>How long was the Doctor trapped in the confession dial?

>We think, 4.5 billion years.


 No.139321

>>139319

Falseflag


 No.139322


 No.139323

>>139320

Based moff making 99.999% of the doctors ENTIRE existence revolve around Clara, drastically if you were to take a guess at what the doctor was thinking about at any point in time, it's Clara.


 No.139324

>>139322

no im the real nilso


 No.139325

>>139324

Stop false flagging as me this isn’t funny this is serious!


 No.139326

>>139321

>>139322

>>139324

>>139325

The absolute STATE of FaleNilso


 No.139327

>>139326

*FalseNilso

lmao


 No.139328

where can i keep track of this election nonsense


 No.139330


 No.139331

>>139330

thanks


 No.139332


 No.139333

I miss Tennant.


 No.139334

>>139285

Classic thread


 No.139335

>>139333

agree, although im moffchad i still have a soft spot for tennant and RTD, this series is making me miss series 3


 No.139336

For all of RTD's faults as show runner it's never been as fucking boring as Chibnall's run so far


 No.139337

Chibnall's era has made me start unconsciously grouping RTD's and Moffat's together.


 No.139338

>>139337

MoffTD


 No.139339

>>139336

He knew how to make Doctor Who fun. Even when he was shit, it was still interesting to watch.


 No.139340

>>139337

Yeah i've noticed this too, especially to normies the last 2 eras will merge together and people will start being just as fond of the moff era as some of the RTD era. the difference between series 10 and 11 is so much fucking bigger (and worse) than 4 to 5


 No.139341

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.139342

>>139337

Like how people group all of Classic Who as one narrative instead of seeing it as thematically eight to ten shows.


 No.139343

You will NEVER experience the week between Stolen Earth and Journeys End as a ~10 year old again


 No.139344

>>139337

The Murray Gold era


 No.139345

>>139343

It was a crazy time


 No.139346

>>139344

Or just the Moffat era since he wrote for s1-4 as well


 No.139347

Imagine getting into Doctor Who after 2008 and watching Journeys End directly after watching Stolen Earth. Or getting into the show after 2013 and watching Asylum of the Daleks without expecting Clara to first appear at Christmas


 No.139348

>>139347

>Imagine getting into Doctor Who after 2008

My first live episode was Planet of the Dead, so this was me. Who wasn't advertised well in the states for a while.


 No.139349

>>139347

imagine not being spoiled on the s10 simm thing


 No.139350

File: 9530c737070c5e5⋯.png (3.12 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, christel.png)


 No.139351

>>139350

I've got all of those VHS tapes except Dilemma, Web Planet and Androzani


 No.139352

>>139351

Make your version of the pic


 No.139353

>sub 80 AI for tsuranga

OH NO NO NO


 No.139354

File: 3b73ddbd30f9c1e⋯.jpg (37.01 KB, 290x500, 29:50, The_Five_Doctors_1990_VHS_….jpg)

Good decision on the cover, let's print it, nothing's gonna go wro–


 No.139355

>>139340

Moff was pretty careful with how he transitioned the show; S5 takes the superficial appearance of an RTD series while smoothly changing all the inner workings. And then even in his later years, when he had total creative domination, he was still engaging with, referencing and subverting RTD stuff. The result is that his era feels like a natural sequel to RTD's, and it's all a lot more cohesive in retrospect than it perhaps felt when it was airing.


 No.139356

>>139353

Oh really? Thats fucking bad


 No.139357

>>139347

>sesska's mates blurred out the name credits at the start of DotD

>sesska didnt expect billie piper to appear til she did

>sesska didnt expect David Tennant to appear til he did

>sesska wasnt spoiled on john simm, cybermen, regeneration or basically anything about the s10 finale


 No.139358

>>139356

It joins Rose, The End of the World, Love and Monsters, and Sleep No More as the only sub 80 AI episodes in the new series.


 No.139359


 No.139360

>>139347

first live episode was bells of st john dont @me


 No.139361

Jenna turning up in Asylum was a genuine shocker for me


 No.139362

>>139361

Same, I audibly gasped.


 No.139363

File: 449512a0949c1a1⋯.jpg (41.11 KB, 499x499, 1:1, comf.jpg)

>tfw first live episode Eleventh Hour

but s1-s4 were "live" for me too in a way that I didn't know a single spoiler or a plot detail for every episode before s5


 No.139364

>>139357

The Blind Wave guy did something similar. He started saying something about how difficult it would be to drive on the left side of the road to distract the others from noticing Rose is credited in Turn Left opening titles


 No.139365

>>139357

>that long period after the end of TDF where she was just fucking speechless after Bradley turned up


 No.139366

First live episode was Rose but I'd already seen a sizeable chunk of Classic by then


 No.139367

>>139358

Took Moffat 5 years for a sub-80 ep. Took Chibnall 5 episodes.


 No.139368

Imagine not watching all of classic who as a child and being able to remember your reactions to it


 No.139369


 No.139370

>>139368

I had some genuinely wild choices of which episodes I loved as an 8 year old. I remember thinking The Sontaran Experiment was brilliant and I'm pretty sure that Death to the Daleks was my favourite story.


 No.139371

>>139369

GB are saying it as well and some of them are on the AI board.


 No.139372

Doctor Who is fucking shit now lads. What happened


 No.139373

>>139372

Chibnall fucked it, harder than your b– nah, low hanging fruit


 No.139374

File: 8cde0fe17aa2e7a⋯.png (17.48 KB, 1563x157, 1563:157, Screenshot_1.png)

>>139372

You tell me, mate.


 No.139375

https://www.clivebanks.co.uk/Dr%20Who%20season%2037.htm

This (unofficial) website suggests that three S11 NSAs take place between Rosa and Arachnids.

Thoughts? I guess all Yaz development happens in the books.


 No.139376

>>139372

>>139374

what exactly is going on here


 No.139377

>>139225

What of the Daleks?


 No.139378

>>139372

Tsuranga was the most dire story of the series so far


 No.139379

>>139374

>>139376

>>139378

I agree, but the fact that it was still nothing more than a 7/10 and was the only "good" episode this series is what led me to say Doctor Who is fucking shit now


 No.139380

3 > 4 > 1 > 5 > 2


 No.139381

>>139378

Nvm I thought you said best. Why do you think it was the worst? Worst seems to be the consensus, but how can that be in a series that gave us Rosa and the fucking Ghost Monument?


 No.139382

4 > 3 > 5 > 2 > 1


 No.139383

>>139253

ooh yea

dirtbag


 No.139384

>>139381

Rosa, Ghost and Arachnid are in a different category to TWWFTE and Tsuranga

3/4/2/1/5


 No.139385

>>139281

I think I actually came when i heard him say that

It doesn't make any sense for him to say that in such a knowing way within the context of the universe, but man it's such a delicious meta nod


 No.139386

>>139385

Stream chat was fucking hilarious, never seen so many images of goats spammed so quickly


 No.139387

File: 57d1887e50527d6⋯.jpg (31.93 KB, 300x366, 50:61, 1488825525532.jpg)

>>139363

>not totally sold on Smith before Series 5 airs

>wasn't a Tennant fanboy but I thought Smith was too young and an attempt to appeal to teen girls

>Moffat winning me over more and more with each passing minute

>mfw he seals the deal with the "Basically, run." scene

Series 5 is such a brilliantly paced series. Moffat really nailed it with the episode order, knowing when to focus on the main story arc and knowing when to pull back and do smaller scale stories. Character-based episodes like Amy's Choice and The Lodger, big returning monster two-parters like the Angels two-parter and the Silurian one (even though that one was kinda meh). All building up to the best finale the show had until that point (and was only ever topped 4 series later). Series 6 started like it was going in that direction but I think splitting it up in the middle fucked up how Moffat paced it or something because you have absolute kino with one or two meh episodes in the first half, and then mostly meh episodes with one or two kino ones in the second.


 No.139388

Anyone else find it really difficult to rank S11 episodes relative to each other? I feel like my scale has been completely thrown off by how middling they all are. I'm fairly confident that Arachnids is my most liked, but past that I have no clue.


 No.139389

>>139386

best memory in the /who/ stream was the night /who/ died and since we didn't have the discord yet or this board the only back up place to go was the stream, so fucking everyone was there while the stream was playing fitting Marigold tracks for the ocassion. Somehow it got perfectly synced up where the thread finally hit bump limit as the Singing Towers music from Husbands of River Song was playing, and just as it crescendoed the thread finally died. Right afterwards the comfy flute music from Four's regeneration in Logopolis played. You really couldn't have scripted a more perfect moment, even in such shitty circumstances


 No.139390

>>139341

>lighting changes from shot to shot

I notice bad shot continuity so much now and it really annoys me, I never used to. I wish I could go back to just enjoying stuff


 No.139391

>>139388

every time I try to do it I always end up forgetting 1 of the episodes and have to go back and check which one I missed. It's never the same episode either, it's been The Ghost Monument, Tsuranga, and today it was Arachnids.


 No.139392

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

Just take a minute to analyse how each of the people in this scene portray "look at the hologram then act confused about the name pting"


 No.139393

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

Then take a minute to laugh at jodie specifically


 No.139394

>>139389

>tfw last image posted on /who/ was of best girl

That night was an absolute shitshow, I think the Logopolis OST was almost perfectly timed for then the threads died


 No.139395

It's time to admit Jodie is just a bad actress, and doesn't suit the part at all.


 No.139396

Pod?


 No.139397

>>139389

The entire history of Doctor Who music was a preparation for the death of /who/.


 No.139398

>>139395

SEXIST BIGOT


 No.139399

>>139396

Are you familiar with the term "parasocial"?


 No.139400

File: 82464e230c83fef⋯.jpg (89.28 KB, 959x960, 959:960, 1519277226040.jpg)

>tfw you remember Michael Pickwoad died and Who will no longer have sets built so well the director doesn't even have to worry about blocking the scene to look visually interesting because the set design does half the work for them


 No.139401

>>139393

Not a good actor. I don't care how good she was in stuff like Broadchurch, she obviously cannot adapt to playing this sort of role.


 No.139402

File: c01b41a6e503313⋯.png (464.63 KB, 509x471, 509:471, 1417913609509.png)

>>139393

>It's solely the writing that's letting her down, Jodie is a fantastic actress and has to deal with what she's been given!!


 No.139403

Imagine if Neve McIntosh was cast instead of Jodie.


 No.139404

File: c2d609b332ca604⋯.png (79.34 KB, 190x220, 19:22, the joke was on me.png)

Post yfw 13 regenerates by surprise in the New Year's Day special.


 No.139405

>>139399

Fine, get me on the pod bitch


 No.139406

>>139401

I think she's so caught up portraying "alien action hero" that she overcompensates way too hard and does weird shit like staring at a hologram with exaggerated faces and doing an anime pose whenever she points the sonic


 No.139407

>>139403

100% this


 No.139408

>>139393

I still don't mind Jodie. This particular scene is more of a director's fault, and even then it's a pretty minor thing, but its pretty bad yea


 No.139409

>>139393

daisy ridley tier


 No.139410

>>139409

Only woman over the age of 55 can act.


 No.139411

>>139406

Maybe it's even simpler than that and she's just got it in her head that Doctor Who is a kids' show so she should play it like she's on CBBC.


 No.139412

File: 8d57fb8000f9e0a⋯.jpg (25.69 KB, 570x401, 570:401, epoch doctor.JPG)

When is the epoch doctor going to show? Finale?


 No.139413

>>139406

God fucking dammit why does she do that shit with the sonic

I think Matt did it once or twice but she does it every single time


 No.139414

File: 8671b7ef0f10e1b⋯.jpg (170.78 KB, 1921x1081, 1921:1081, Screen Shot 2018-11-06 at ….jpg)

>>139402

I'm sure other actors could get more out of the material she's given but it'd still be just "okay" at best. No actor could make Chibnall's scripts for Series 11 good. A better writer could do wonders with Jodie as Thirteen. Fuck, Moffat could probably get /who/ to do a complete 180 and love her as much as we loved Capaldi in 1 script. Look what he did for Tennant in The Girl in the Fireplace.


 No.139415

>>139393

honorable mention to yaz looking above the hologram because they didn't convey to the actors the size of the area they were meant to be looking at


 No.139416

File: ad74cbfb55e9851⋯.gif (988.22 KB, 377x225, 377:225, ad74cbfb55e9851fe003f7e15c….gif)


 No.139417

>>139412

The Epoch Doctor was code for The Timeless Child during production. You know how Chibbs is with spoilers.


 No.139418

File: c9046bdffa3f6a6⋯.jpg (150.31 KB, 734x792, 367:396, Screen Shot 2018-11-06 at ….jpg)


 No.139419

>>139412

>Epoch Doctor

huh?


 No.139420


 No.139421

>>139393

Why did she scrunch her face up in confusion before the name "pting" was said? She recoils her head when she first hears pting, but she was looking confused before then


 No.139422

>>139421

cuz tennant did it


 No.139423

>>139412

Watched him in the Get Shorty series and he was fucking great


 No.139424

>>139421

bad direction of the scene


 No.139425

File: 35c22f99205bd6f⋯.png (316.39 KB, 475x419, 475:419, ClipboardImage.png)

>>139418

>mfw Michelle Gomez in Sabrina

uber comfy, feels like a tiny piece of capaldi's era survived and escaped


 No.139426

File: 2e06ad87048a6e6⋯.jpg (56.16 KB, 980x980, 1:1, Why_live.jpg)

>the Doctor will never find out that Missy turned good

;~;


 No.139427

>>139426

without witness, without reward.


 No.139428

>>139426

literally shakespearian tragedy tier writing, it was so depressingly perfect


 No.139429

>>139426

He might have done, if you interpret her firmly grabbing his hand before she left as letting him feel the knife she was holding.


 No.139430

>>139428

imagine binging the series and immediately going from the doctor falls to TUAT to fucking series 11 lol


 No.139431

>>139429

oh fuck that's an interesting idea


 No.139432

File: 6c836160be9c4ca⋯.webm (3.82 MB, 960x540, 16:9, sesskatdfending.webm)

legendary moments of youtube


 No.139433

TUAT is a functional epilogue, fight me


 No.139434

The Master(s) killing themself/selves was utterly beautiful. The Doctor Falls could have been a satisfying finale for all of Doctor Who, a satisfying ending for both the Doctor and the Master. But we will probably never get a finale


 No.139435

File: baccf0dde9edffa⋯.jpg (160.41 KB, 1921x1081, 1921:1081, Screen Shot 2018-11-06 at ….jpg)

>>139427

goddamn you're absolutely right


 No.139436

>>139430

imagine going from Heaven Sent to Hell Bent to Husbands of River Song and then to fucking Doctor Mysterio lol


 No.139437

>>139433

It's true


 No.139438

>>139435

That was kind of the whole point of missy's arc - she did turn good, and she got to live out the mantra of "without hope, without witness, without reward". Absolute fucking characterkino


 No.139439

>>139433

It's an alright epilogue but watching it as just an episode after the epicness of TDF was a total letdown, it could have been a much shorter webisode or something


 No.139440

>>139432

soygape


 No.139441

>>139436

You mean imagine watching four kinos in a row?


 No.139442

>>139429

the music in the series 10 finale is so absurd at times, it makes the mood in the episode so sombre, i love it. series 10 OST when

>>139431

>>139429

i love that moment, can't tell exactly what she meant by it but any interpretation is fucking kino


 No.139443

File: d40449964eac766⋯.jpg (98.06 KB, 601x583, 601:583, sesska shit trips.jpg)


 No.139444

>>139443

What would her favourite story be


 No.139445

>>139436

The show has to resume normal service before it can kill itself for the second time in two consecutive series


 No.139446

More like poon'ting


 No.139447

File: 523e14dd9f7b759⋯.png (19.93 KB, 322x291, 322:291, ClipboardImage.png)

>red guys chances where literally 1 in 8 or something an hour ago

lol.. just lol


 No.139448

>>139447

What the fuck, after all the doomsaying it's still a 50/50 that repubs might keep the house?


 No.139449

File: 9a253336c26c863⋯.png (21.14 KB, 362x305, 362:305, ClipboardImage.png)

>2016 is literally happening again

my sides have left orbit


 No.139450

>>139448

gerrymandering


 No.139451

>>139434

I'd prefer something like Hell Bent as a finale if anything. Having the show end on the Doctor essentially completing his character arc after building towards it for the past 2 series and still having the door open for future adventures. That moment with him catching the new Sonic in mid-air and then snapping the TARDIS doors shut is a perfect way to go out.

I don't want the show to end with the Doctor dying. It's fucking depressing and if the show has lasted this long and survived getting cancelled once before, then to give it such a firm ending imo goes against its core nature. It's neverending. It changes, it gets better and it gets worse, but it keeps going.


 No.139452

ITS FUCKING HAPPENING AGIAN HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

WHAT THE FUCK IS WRONG WITH POLLSTERS IN AMERICA


 No.139453


 No.139454

>>139449

>>139452

It's still pretty early in the night, there's enough uncounted votes for everything to flip


 No.139455

>>139452

kinda go on /pol/ and leave us be


 No.139456

>>139449

Still a bit early in the evening but it does feel like such


 No.139457

>>139452

The polls accurately predicted who would get the most votes in 2016 but that isn't particularly useful when they don't go off just the most votes.


 No.139458

>>139452

>>139449

most states don't close the polls for another 35 minutes Kinda. And all the ones that have closed aren't flip states anyway


 No.139459

okay ill stop its just fucking hilarious lol


 No.139460

>>139459

Race is getting interesting in Florida/Texas, the gap closed between O'Rourke and Cruz drastically


 No.139461

>>139459

Want to jump into the stream and shitpost there instead of here or are you done 100%


 No.139462

kinda do you condemn fascism?


 No.139463

>>139462

You set him off now Kinda lmao


 No.139464


 No.139465

>>139462

oh nononono


 No.139466

>>139464

oh no don't let morph hear you!


 No.139467

>>139462

i condemn everything that isn't compatible with a constitutional monarchy


 No.139468

>>139462

i condemn everything that isn't compatible with a constitutional monarchy DESUNE


 No.139469

>>139468

>>139467

fucking 8chan, told me first one didnt post


 No.139470

>>139468

Are you a righty?


 No.139471

kinda post a selfie with your maga hat


 No.139472

YoungTurks are absolutely seething


 No.139473

>>139472

Wait what the fuck, when did cenk get put back on TYT? Didn't he get fired over things he said 10 years ago?


 No.139474

>>139473

Fired by Justice Democrats, not TYT afaik


 No.139475

>>139426

i don't think the master has to come back after this, and especially don't think they should have it so simm regenerates into gomez

i love that the missy incarnation's birth was by her own hand, an act of redemption. missy was destined to be good for her whole life.


 No.139476


 No.139477

I hope The Master never comes back. Mind you I said the exact same thing after The End of Time, so what do I know?


 No.139478

MASTER: You see, Missy, this is where we've always been going. This is our perfect ending. We shoot ourselves in the back!

How long until chibs fucks it up?


 No.139479

File: e49c2711808528e⋯.jpg (214.69 KB, 1921x1081, 1921:1081, Screen Shot 2018-11-06 at ….jpg)

>Telos! Sealed you into your ice tombs!

>Voga!

>Canary Wharf!

>Planet 14!

>Every single time, you lose… even on the moon!

I don't care if Chibnall is the result of the monkey's paw that gave us the Moffat era, it was fucking worth it


 No.139480

>>139478

he cant fuck it up because the show has canonically ended.


 No.139481

Krasko was the Master


 No.139482

>>139432

>sesska loses rick grimes and 12 in the same week


 No.139483

>>139479

>CyberVoord CONFIRMED


 No.139484

>>139482

Rick didn't die and he's getting 3 feature length films in the next 2 years - she said that when she saw the news she jumped around the room hollering


 No.139485

>>139479

it's like the episode was full of crazy fan service, but it doesn't feel forced because the themes back it up

(funny that the doctor referencing events in his own life, a perfectly acceptable thing for him to do, would be construed out of universe as fan service though)


 No.139486

>>139484

hope the movies are accessible, i havent watched in ages but id definitely go see the movies


 No.139487

>>139451

I agree. But I think after Hell Bent, I'd be left wanting more, feeling that I was missing out, whereas TDF gives me closure in a way. Especially for The Master and The Cybermen, who if they never appeared again, I'd still be happy, because I feel they've been done perfect justice. But also for Capaldi's Doctor, and his justification of why the doctor does what he does. He might not save everyone, and maybe not for long, but that's not the point. He does what he does because it's kind. Because it's the right thing to do. (I also loved 2's justification to the timelords as to why he does what he does, and coincidentally think the war games kind of makes for a great finale.)

Having said all that, I do agree, on your point about it being depressing to watch the Doctor die like that. I would have it be followed with something similar to Twice Upon a Time…. none of the depressing suicidal stuff, but an epilogue to the era, where the twist is there's no evil plan, no villain. The whole story would be different, but at the same time be a simple low stakes story that acts as an epilogue. At the end, the Doctor wouldn't need to regenerate, and would be ecstatic with joy for the next great adventure. That's how I would adjust the ending of Series 10 for the ending of the series anyway. And a pure fluffy happy episode after the sombre two parter preceding it would feel earned as well.


 No.139488

>>139486

When did you jump off?


 No.139489

>>139488

end of series 4, i might have watched a couple of series 5 but not enough. the last thing i remember clearly was them being stuck inside that truck at the end of the series


 No.139490

File: dcb6f537767b5fe⋯.jpg (84.19 KB, 960x960, 1:1, 45546557_1856154684506325_….jpg)

Just saw this on Facebook


 No.139491

>>139489

Series 5 and 6 were absolutely brilliant but 7 and 8 shit the bed seriously which is a shame since that arc is one of my favourite arcs in the GN bar Woodbury/Prison arc. Series 9 has been great so far

>>139490

Grillposting


 No.139492

>>139490

>using Star Wars font


 No.139493

Are the walking dead games better or worse than the show?


 No.139494

File: 08ca32911c53cc3⋯.jpg (2.03 MB, 3840x2160, 16:9, kinoparallels.jpg)

>rewatching Hell Bent

>still noticing subtle kino like this

BASED MOFFAT

BASED TALALAY


 No.139495

>>139493

Better supposedly but I don't think that means much lol


 No.139496

>>139493

It depends what you want to get from them really. If you're a fan of the TV series more than the GN then you may not take much from them but vice-versa you'll probably appreciate it a hell of a lot more.

Series 2 / Series 4 (so far) / Series 1 / Series 3


 No.139497

How are they even going to end The Walking Dead in a way that won't suck balls? They haven't found anything close to a zombie cure. Killing off everybody will make people think they've wasted years of their lives on nothing. What? Is it just going to be them finding another human sanctuary, except this one will definitely implode on itself like all the other ones?


 No.139498

>>139496

1 > 4 > 2 > 3 for me, personally


 No.139499

>>139497

Daryl won't be interesting enough to carry the dwindling ratings, AMC won't want to pay him as much as they do, he'll walk and then the ratings will tank and they'll cancel it or reboot it on their inevitable streaming service.

Honestly I've been "boycotting" the show (I put boycotting in quotes since I wouldn't be watching anyway) after finding out about how much they fucked Frank Darabont over in Season 2.


 No.139500

>>139498

Glad we can universally understand that Series 3 sucked so much, I had no interest in anything other than keeping Clem alive

>>139497

They're getting into introducing their new antagonists The Whisperers for this next half of the Series but we're not getting THAT scene until the finale at this rate which is absolutely brilliant pacing wise


 No.139501

TheYoungTurks ragequit their stream

>>139499

Yeah Darabont got fucked so badly I really feel sorry for him but his vision for the show wanted to implement talking zombies so I don't know how bad I can feel about it


 No.139502

>>139494

Eh I think shot-reverse-shots are bound to look similar bro


 No.139503

>>139501

They're back now, never mind


 No.139504

>>139503

Why are they verging when dems are still forecast to (narrowly) take the house?


 No.139505

>>139479

>All the while Shepherd Boy plays

I get goosebumps just fucking thinking about this scene


 No.139506

File: 7a9e9ba0c0996d0⋯.jpg (101.69 KB, 800x652, 200:163, IMG_1053.JPG)

One year? Time for a rest!


 No.139507

>>139497

wasn't Kirkman's plan to never end it? just have Rick eventually die and have Carl take over as the protagonist?

But then the actor who played Carl turned 18 and AMC realized they'd have to pay him more so on his 18th birthday, the day after he signed a lease to move into a new place in Atlanta to film the show, they fired him and killed off the character. I'm so glad I lost interest in the show after Season 3 because if I was still a fan of the show I'd be fuming after all the scummy shit AMC pulls on a regular basis. Even Rick's death they couldn't do in a straightforward way and had that copout survival in order to set up 3 fucking spin-off movies after spending all year talking about how his character was dead and he was leaving the show. Also apparently that was Lauren Cohan's last episode? I don't remember any fanfare about her leaving, just Andrew Lincoln. Isn't Maggie a main character as well?


 No.139508

pls no /pol/ talk lads


 No.139509

>>139504

They changed their lineup and Kasparian's no longer there so I think they took it down temporarily to let them readjust


 No.139510

>>139494

I love that parallel, and I'd love to see others posted here. Moffat/Talalay/Capaldi/Coleman/Gold were a kino combination, the likes of which we might not see again. You really get the impression that everyone is working as a team as well. Talalay isn't just doing random shit, she's sensitive to what the script intends. For the most part Murray Gold is careful with his music, knowing when to enhance the scene, but equally importantly, when to let the actors pull the scene on their own. (all the 12/clara stuff in the cloisters is a great example of Gold knowing when to be subtle) and Capaldi, as great of an actor as he is, he knows when to let Jenna Coleman have centre stage as well. (I felt sometimes Matt Smith would chew the scenery a bit, and that it would sometimes mean that other actors couldn't shine as much. Capaldi seems a more generous actor)

It's like the stars fucking aligned.


 No.139511

>>139507

That was probably Andrew Lincoln's last episode (fingers uncrossed) but Maggie's going next episode. Chandler Riggs got totally shafted and he didn't deserve that at all; I'd have been more ok with Rick leaving if Carl was still in the show because they can play the legacy angle


 No.139512

>>139507

Kirkman finally said issue 300 could potentially be the ending. Also the decision about Rick's "death", while obviously done in part to make more money, was also a compromise made for Andrew Lincoln who wanted to keep playing the character but didn't want to move overseas away from his family for months at a time every single year. Movies allow him more time with his family while also allowing him to remain with the character


 No.139513

>>139507

This was Maggie's last episode this season, primarily due to schedule conflicts since she is now the lead on another drama show. But both her and showrunner say they want to fit her back into the story whenever they can figure out how to work out her conflicting schedules


 No.139514

>>139508

>>139512

Considering that Issue 148 comes out today and they get through 12 issues a year (unless they potentially go back to the 2 a month thing like they did with All Out War) TWD is gonna stick around for a long time yet. I wonder what's gonna happen in Issue 200?


 No.139515

>>139514

forgot to remove >>139508, ignore that

>>139512

I read somewhere that TWD series takes up 9 months of Lincoln's time while the films would take up 2 at the most? I wonder what he was getting per episode/season.


 No.139516

>the 9 seasons of TWD are meant to be 2 years in-universe time


 No.139517

>>139512

>Kirkman finally said issue 300 could potentially be the ending.

>300 issues written by one guy

Because that worked wonders for Dave Sim.


 No.139518

>>139516

Quite a lot of stories take place at the same time as each other.

>Series 1 takes place over a few days

>Series 2 takes place over a few months

>Series 3 takes place over a fortnight

>Series 4A takes place over 3 days

>Series 4B takes place over a week

>Series 5A takes place over a few days

>Series 5B takes place over a fortnight

>Series 6A takes place over a single day (with one flashback)

>Series 6B takes place over a month or two

>Series 7A takes place over a fortnight

Not sure about the rest but it's pretty close to what's come before it


 No.139519

>>139514

Issue 185, actually


 No.139520

>>139519

Fuck, I even checked earlier as to which issue it would be. I don't care for The Commonwealth arc so far.


 No.139521

>>139518

What about the child actors who have gone through all of puberty?


 No.139522

>>139514

Rick's death is the current biggest guess for issue 200. It's gotta be fucking huge, and Kirkman's pretty much stated that Rick's death is a when, not an if. He fully intends Carl to take up reigns as main character


 No.139523

>>139518

All stories should as close together as possible to fuck with big finish


 No.139524

How do the comics and the show relate to each other? Is the show a retelling of the comics, or are the comics and the show separate canons? Where do the games fit into it?


 No.139525

>>139521

Chandler Riggs aged pretty well alongside the show and never had the awkward voice-break period covered. There was a baby at one point but it had 16 actors IIRC over a few series.

>>139524

The show is an adaption of the comics but with some changes here and there. The games take place in the comic universe and has a few cameos from characters from the GN throughout the series.

Graphic Novel > Games > TV Show


 No.139526

>4 in 9 Chance Republicans win control of the House (46.6%)

DWE?


 No.139527

I can't believe Jeb! won the entire senate and house


 No.139528

>>139527

Must be his strategy of giving out little turtles to all those who voted, what a kind old man


 No.139529

guys stop morph is on the verge of tears


 No.139530

File: d8bdaf92c10d088⋯.png (494.9 KB, 680x626, 340:313, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139531


 No.139532

do you understand that i see you as a nazi?

and do you understand that, in seeing you as a nazi, I refuse to participate in conversation with you unless i feel obliged to?


 No.139533

File: d4c909bb63abfee⋯.jpg (56.39 KB, 770x1026, 385:513, 1404747950504.jpg)

I wish Capaldi grew out his beard for his final few episodes like he let his hair grow out. Bearded & floofy punished 12 at the end of his run would be pure fucking kino


 No.139534

>>139533

Seconded, Beardpaldi and Floofpaldi at the same time would be defining.


 No.139535

Cenk's going berserk


 No.139536

>>139535

>fox just called the house for the democrats even though it's still so early into vote counting

what's going on?


 No.139537

>>139536

Still pretty early but if there's a Blue Wave it's not coming in just yet


 No.139538

File: 66e95f87d5548fa⋯.jpg (2.66 MB, 5184x3880, 648:485, 1541558291134.jpg)

>>139537

I don't get why fox of all places would be the first one to call it. Are most of the uncounted seats safe blue ones? Why do the other prediction algorithms still have it around 50/50?


 No.139539

>>139536

>>139538

Apparently they couldn't explain this position and they're stumbling for an answer.


 No.139540

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>politics posting in /who/


 No.139541

>>139540

Would you rather talk about series 11?


 No.139542

I thought /who/ was majority Brits/Aussies. Why are we talking about seppo shit?


 No.139543

>>139542

Because it's interesting to spectate


 No.139544

>>139542

Nothing better to do


 No.139545

>>139542

Have we polled for demographics here recently?


 No.139546

>genuine discussion about the Walking Dead and American politics

>Vidya posting the other day

I love how series 11 is so goddamn underwhelming that we've just started talking about literally anything else. The gap year is truly gonna be a test of our community


 No.139547

>>139546

2019 will be interesting


 No.139548

>>139536

unironically Fox trying to get people still on line on the West Coast to think they don't need to vote. Fucking Hannity was on stage with Trump last night, they're just state propaganda at this point. Not that the network had any credibility beforehand, but it's dumbfounding that people continue to watch them jerk themselves off for being the most watched "news" network and at the same time spout out the same "mainstream media" fearmongering as if they aren't the very defintion of "mainstream media"


 No.139549

>>139542

It’s almost like those countries base their identities on reacting to better countries like us


 No.139550

File: 3e2d3086008ca1a⋯.jpg (51.01 KB, 645x627, 215:209, 1541554035179.jpg)

DWE?


 No.139551

>>139542

its 10 PM EST and 3 AM in the UK. Most of the people posting right now are probably the American posters


 No.139552

>>139551

It's 2pm in australia


 No.139553

>>139551

Don’t forget the ausneets!


 No.139554

File: e853061b71a27f7⋯.png (160.12 KB, 331x331, 1:1, 1541511328829.png)

>tfw didn't vote

>tfw still gonna complain openly about the results


 No.139555

File: 274c978c3e4f59b⋯.png (248.81 KB, 1014x1106, 507:553, Screen Shot 2018-03-15 at ….png)

>>139550

RIAN FOR SHOWRUNNER

would unironically love to see him take on Doctor Who. TLJ was kino, and even if you didn't like it at least you can say it's a step up from Chibnall


 No.139556

File: 81f33c28c026225⋯.png (620.42 KB, 976x549, 16:9, 1520963822110.png)

POST CONCEPT ART


 No.139557

>>139555

What Doctor Who episode had the biggest subverting of expectations?


 No.139558

>>139557

Hell Bent


 No.139559

>>139557

Hell Bent


 No.139560

File: 8bc5929b1b10422⋯.gif (744.94 KB, 268x268, 1:1, 1520909809901.gif)


 No.139561

>>139557

Hell Bent,


 No.139562

File: c753591c07c8ff3⋯.png (357.48 KB, 532x571, 532:571, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139563

>>139557

San Diego comic con


 No.139564

>>139557

Hell Bent


 No.139565

Subverting expectations is good when Moffat does it! Me hate the last jedi


 No.139566

File: 82452133f42c8a7⋯.png (195.64 KB, 730x400, 73:40, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139567

Anyone else sad that guy doing youtube reviews of the VNAs gave it up to do old Nickelodeon shows instead?


 No.139568

File: 7651b11d5c48b52⋯.png (20 KB, 318x309, 106:103, Screen Shot 2018-11-07 at ….png)

No! This can't be happening! I'm in charge here!


 No.139569

Beto just got killed by the Zodiac Killer


 No.139570

File: 65d35646ebfd38e⋯.png (73.6 KB, 221x303, 221:303, Screen Shot 2018-11-07 at ….png)

>>139569

how embarrassing


 No.139571

File: 58754420677a881⋯.png (34.26 KB, 730x423, 730:423, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139572

>>139560

What kind of tard can't wink properly


 No.139573

>>139568

is /pol/ having a meltdown


 No.139574

>>139571

omoshiroi OwO


 No.139575

>>139573

They seem to largely still think it's possible for the GOP to win, given how the 2016 predictions were wrong

Never mind that the tables had turned by this point in the 2016 election.

It doesn't look like the blue wave is happening though, it'll be a slim majority


 No.139576

Only one more year of drumpdf :D


 No.139577

Also floating the idea that a dem majority house for 2 years will highlight how deranged they are and would work in trump's favor in 2020


 No.139578

>>139576

GOP have the senate, he's not going to get impeached


 No.139579

>>139577

And a Trump presidency won’t highlight how deranged he is?


 No.139580

Cruz officially wins over O'Rourke


 No.139581

>>139579

With a few key exceptions (wall and healthcare), trump has largely delivered exactly what his voters wanted from him.


 No.139582

unsurprising. Despite everything, Cruz has an (R) next to his name and Beto has a (D) next to his. It's Texas, he had no chance of winning. The fact that he came as close as he did is a major accomplishment tho.


 No.139583

>blue guys win house

>Trump gets to blame democrats for obstructing instead of his own incompetence

>wins 2020

Oh nononononono


 No.139584

>>139581

No he hasn't. Employment dissatisfaction's still a thing. He hasn't done a thing to lock up Hillary.


 No.139585

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pD2t_ptYJh4

>11:43

>Gatiss, Moffat, Cornell, and Shearman in a cafe all working on their scripts for Series 1 in 2005

comfy


 No.139586

>>139581

>>139584

he hasn't delivered on any of his promises (not that I'm complaining), but what he has managed to do is convince them all that he has. The cult of personality around this man is absolutely insane.


 No.139587

File: 9e08f07caed8b0c⋯.jpg (6.24 KB, 225x225, 1:1, really.jpg)


 No.139588

>>139584

Unemployment is at its lowest rate and the economy has been continually successful. It's far enough in his term that those can't be attributed to obama anymore.


 No.139589

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

>>139586

>what he has managed to do is convince them all that he has

Just look at the signs at his most recent rallies


 No.139590

Atleast based Mueller will finally tell us about of all of drumpfs collusion now


 No.139591

>>139590

Why are you posting this here


 No.139592

I love that every state is intricately divided into sections and then there's Montana/ND/SD/Wyoming just being a complete fucking slab


 No.139593

>>139591

Would you rather talk about series 11?


 No.139594

>>139591

You're right let's talk more about the coming 2019 hiatus and how shit Chibnall Who is


 No.139595

>>139593

It's just depressing to wake up, check /who/, and see yet again it's Kinda and Nilso jerking each other off.


 No.139596

>>139593

Alright you got us there.


 No.139597

>>139595

For what it's worth I can't even see flags right now


 No.139598

File: 4b2cb8ec585a8f9⋯.jpg (169.13 KB, 467x734, 467:734, Kek.jpg)

>>139595

>Neo so verged he got btfo by the gap year he's become completely crabby

oh nononono


 No.139599

>>139595

Bit tetchy there big man


 No.139600

File: c8c2c4ef0cade0e⋯.png (385.69 KB, 600x429, 200:143, 1541562162148.png)

DWE?


 No.139601

Also ive only made like 2 posts in the last 2 hours total


 No.139602

>>139599

>>139597

Don't let me stop you. Go ahead, keep posting about American politics.


 No.139603

>>139585

Thank you for this, this is supremely cozy


 No.139604

>>139601

You're awfully defensive. Want to count your posts about American politics together?

>>139599

By all means, don't let me stop you. Keep posting about American politics Nilso.


 No.139605

>>139602

You've made such a stink I'll stop


 No.139606

File: f137ad71a2d19a4⋯.jpg (61.63 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 1492310811910.jpg)

>>139604

OHHHHHHH SHIT NEO ON THE WARPATH

FUCKING /DEVILISH/


 No.139607

>>139585

How can one hate Gatiss, even if they abhor his scripts, with stuff like this? Such a fun guy. It's a shame Shearman never returned for the show but he sounded supremely uncomfortable with writing TV and Dalek had a lot of reworking from RTD anyway. Imagining an actual TV direct adaptation of Jubilee would be crazy though. I wonder what series 1 script RTD reworked the most. Maybe Unquiet Dead desu, from what I've heard.


 No.139608

Is neo ok?


 No.139609

>>139608

Be nice to him, his last ounce of sanity was hinging on the hope that Chibnall wasn't so grossly incompetent as a human being that he'd allow another gap year. Now that No Who in 2019 is all but confirmed, Neo's psyche has completely fractured as it looks like our future is, quite unironically, a fucking nightmare.


 No.139610

>>139609

No Who in 2019 is a good thing one way or another, I don't have any reason to watch Chibnall's take on the program for a year, and it's not a good sign for his stewardship of the show. Well, he'll be in charge of Who "longer" even if he does only do three series, but at least we'll get spared for a year.


 No.139611

Funny, Reddit is taking the exact same article we did as pointing towards there NOT being a gap year. I don't see how, given the turnaround on S11. I wonder how different the writer pool for S12 will be.


 No.139612

>>139610

>No Who in 2019 is a good thing


 No.139613


 No.139614

>>139612

Would that Big Finish took the year off as well.

>>139613

Literally nobody actually wanted this post mate.


 No.139615

>>139611

The costume designer's wording was ambigous and could be interpreted that filming just exists in 2019, not that it doesn't start until 2019. I think we figured out yesterday that S11 filming started in november, so theoretically it's possible if filming is imminent that they aren't actually behind schedule. It's all speculation really.


 No.139616

>>139608

No, he's been on his period for the past few days.


 No.139617

>>139613

we could have just searched your trip for this?


 No.139618

>>139615

That's true. We're coming very close this year if the special is for Christmas, but I've always been intrigued by the idea of staggering out a series' premiere so the finale legitimately was the Christmas special, ie the last non-special episode of the series was a week before Christmas.


 No.139619

http://www.rollcall.com/election-results

i-it's not over… d-daddy trump could still w-win!


 No.139620

>>139613

Christ Kinda, this is embarrassing. It's over mate, just accept you got btfo


 No.139621

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Fuck politics. Who /redman/ here?


 No.139622

>>139621

>4 seconds in

I am now.


 No.139623

File: 330dcc6cb44742e⋯.png (249.1 KB, 2048x4096, 1:2, jodoggPose.png)

people prevail… hope prevails!


 No.139624

>>139623

When Chibnall said series 11 would be about hope, I didn't think he meant he would have characters just literally say it's about hope.


 No.139625

>>139607

I've never listened to Big Finish and don't have much of an interest in getting into it, but what's Jubilee like? I know it's a Dalek story, but what's it about?


 No.139626

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


 No.139627

>>139610

I consider it a bad thing really, I'd rather the Chibnall era be over as soon as possible, i.e he does his obligatory three series and he's out, and we can have a new showrunner for 2021. A gap year just fucks things up and extends how long we have to wait to get another showrunner's take on Who.


 No.139628

>>139625

Listen to it and find out.


 No.139629

You gotta be a boardie if you think a gap year is a good thing.


 No.139630

>>139629

Or you're just completely broken by Chibnall's shit era that you're actively looking forward to not having to watch any of his episodes for a year


 No.139631

>>139625

It's about Dalekmania, the nature of fascism, what the Daleks returning ever again and again in Doctor Who means. It follows the Sixth Doctor and his elderly history teacher companion Evelyn as they end up in an alternate universe's England.

>>139627

That's true, and contorting it as "well this means X-who-I-want-to-be-showrunner can line up all their ducks" would be sad (not anyone, including me, has even done that yet, but I could see it happening). I think there's some merit to it as a respite year and it makes for quite the contrast to RTD and Moffat's abundantly triumphant second years, but in the actual sense of years yes it does unfortunately extend his reign.


 No.139632

>>139630

A gap year would only delay the inevitable. Just get it over with quick instead of prolonging the pain.


 No.139633

>>139621

REDDO FIGHT


 No.139634

>>139632

Seems Chibnall hasn't watched the S9 premiere, because he's not showing us any mercy.


 No.139635

File: b021e5997931228⋯.png (47.42 KB, 800x800, 1:1, file_0.png)

You know I kept telling myself that I wouldn't care how the Chibnall era turned out because I already got my perfect version of the show during the Capaldi years, but honestly it's kind of fucking verging me how terribly his vision for the show clashes with mine. And like I get for some people they are absolutely loving this new take but the concept of getting supreme enjoyment from this shithole of a series is so alien to me that I just feel like a defeated, tired old boomer. I couldn't have envisioned it would be this bad. Haven't felt this low about Doctor Who ever. Bravo to Chibnall for shattering my expectations, I suppose.


 No.139636

>>139623

Hope returns. Hope prevails. Resistance is futile.


 No.139637

File: 618a39e5585c6a9⋯.jpg (2.16 MB, 2834x2834, 1:1, 618a39e5585c6a9595dd4040f0….jpg)

In light of the volume 3 news lately, I'm posting these again if anyone has been enticed.

The First Doctor Adventures: Volume 1

The Destination Wars

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/vepygi5w3fgf74e/1%20The%20Destination%20Wars.mp3?dl=0

The Great White Hurricane

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/rgvc0kpmfcx1s3k/2%20The%20Great%20White%20Hurricane.mp3?dl=0

Behind the Scenes (Volume 1)

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/b19dtk0z9zt0lg5/3%20Behind%20the%20Scenes.mp3?dl=0

The First Doctor Adventures: Volume 2

The Invention of Death

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/zbzue1c8k55lvoe/1.%20The%20Invention%20of%20Death.mp3?dl=0

The Barbarians and the Samurai

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/90qin8yyks9l7dc/2.%20The%20Barbarians%20and%20the%20Samurai.mp3?dl=0

Behind the Scenes (Volume 2)

https://www.dl.dropboxusercontent.com/s/7pler8awatjet96/3.%20Behind%20the%20Scenes.mp3?dl=0

The 1DAs are interesting because they're like an AU take on starting Doctor Who, not just an emulation of Hartnell era. Going more alt-universe is more interesting and has more creative longevity as there comes a time where basically everything BF can mine from an actual era is mined.

>None of these actors [in the 1DAs] are doing impersonations of the original actors. What they're doing is playing these parts as written. And, you know, we've written them - our brilliant writers, you know, Matt Fitton [sic], John Dorney, and, uh, Andrew Smith, and, uhm, Guy Adams - sorry Guy, how could I forget you, I'm just old and forgetful…uhm, they've written these greats scripts that the style, very much in the style of the First Doctor Adventures, and the cast are coming to it, ah, and playing the parts as written. Written in that very faithful way. So, you know, you're not going to listen to it and think 'Goodness me, I thought that was William Hartnell' - no, you'll hear someone playing the First Doctor character, uh, s-perhaps a slightly different i-interpretation. And with all the other characters as well! I think there will be moments when you think 'Oh yes, yes, this is exac-I recognise that', but this is the sort of new way of looking at it. We just thought it'd be fun and exciting thing. We've been trying to do it for ages but, as it gets mentioned in interviews coming up in future podcasts, David Bradley is so busy, really, uh-th-so we were trying to do these even before, uhm, the Christmas special was mooted. Was, you know, just a coincidence! When they t-, when the BBC finally said 'ooh, and David Bradley is gonna be in the Christmas special, tis top secret', we said 'Oh? You're g-oh! We were already going to do something like that', but anyway, it all worked out very nicely.

>Briggs: "What's fascinating about the cast and their performances is that they're not impersonating William Hartnell and his TARDIS crew. They're playing those parts as written in the scripts. No one can replace the brilliance of those original performances. What we're presenting here is a kind of reinvention of that era, completely in the spirit of the original. They are new but entirely faithful interpretations of these characters."

Oh, and regarding the Invention of Death -

>no real villain

>genuinely interesting SF concept the whole story revolves around

>explores original alien society in detail and with great consideration to societal differences

>extremely comfy moments (Ian/Barbara chemistry, 1/Ian/Barbara/Susan campfire singalong)

>resists doing continuity references that would have been extremely easy to indulge in

>capitalising on Ian and Barbara's jobs in ways to evolve the story

>entire story is interconnected, the climax/twist a natural evolution of the worldbuilding

>1 in full experimenter/inventor mode

>doesn't shy away from sex

>very memorable premise all round

yeah, it's GOAT.


 No.139638

>>139637

I'll listen to Destination/Hurricane/Invention tomorrow


 No.139639

>resists doing continuity references that would have been extremely easy to indulge in

Not that it's a bad thing, but there's a really subtle Sarah Jane Adventures reference.


 No.139640

>>139639

Ooh, I've forgotten it if I ever noticed it, can you remind me?

>>139638

Oh yeah you haven't heard Invention yet - I think you'll love it. Hurricane is an extremely comfy pure historical and it's neat in that it's not a celebrity historical, it's more working class iirc. I did not enjoy Destination but there is a lot to react to about it.


 No.139641

>>139640

After getting critically injured, Barbara is injected with something that will prolong her life, and the cast wonder if it might slow down her aging as well. In SJA, it's said Ian and Barbera are still the same age as they were in the 60s.


 No.139642

>>139640

Hurricane being a pure historical is really nice and I'm looking forward to it. What's your opinion on these First Doctor boxsets consisting of 1 pure historical story and 1 non-historical story?


 No.139643

File: 8d9a095effd551d⋯.jpg (297.07 KB, 948x1500, 79:125, Molten-Heart.jpg)

Reminder that this comes out tomorrow.


 No.139644

>>139643

Ryan looks like he's shrugging his shoulders, going "It's a living."


 No.139645


 No.139646

Chibs should embrace his baldness


 No.139647

>>139620

probably right


 No.139648

>>139637

The Invention of Death is amazing and The Barbarians and the Samurai is a great little historical. I've always liked the idea of going to ancient Japan. Never finished The Destination Wars (I don't think I was in the mood). What is The Great White Hurricane like?


 No.139649

File: 3a3c61bef5d9478⋯.jpg (130.29 KB, 1200x1200, 1:1, DrXREM5X4AIjF8H.jpg)

File: f8be8c0872da17c⋯.jpg (13.82 KB, 240x265, 48:53, 240px-Leanne_Battersby.jpg)


 No.139650

>>139647

Chin up mate, happens to the best of us


 No.139651

What everyone forgets is that the last time a midterm didn't flip the houses was in 1982.

It is entirely historically expected and overwhelmingly likely at midterms to take the house and senate from the incumbent party. This happens every single time. What's happening tonight is actually a terribly scathing indictment against the Democrat party but nobody will say it, because it doesn't fit the (((narrative))).

They were expected to have taken a 20+ seat advantage in the house and take a small lead (3+ seat) in the senate. This is a historic norm.

The fact that they're losing senate seats and going to scrape by a tiny house majority is insanely damning against the left. But let's not put anything in context. Let's just scream BLUE WAVE LOL WOOOOW. Fucking retards.


 No.139652

>>139641

Oh, that - I didn't think that was that subtle! I hate that SJA thing so I'm glad it was only a suggestion on the part of both stories.

>>139642

Seems a good thing to me as it guarantees a pure historical every set.

>>139648

Hurricane is very comfy and about an interesting historical event I had no idea about, this huge hurricane that enveloped New York in 1888. It concentrates on the cast's attempts to survive it, and a host of side characters and their own little stories during it too.


 No.139653

>>139649

>no one will want you now you look like that Doctor Who bitch


 No.139654

>>139653

i wonder, does the curse apply to jodie? or will she ALWAYS be known as "the first female dr who" regardless of how long she stays?


 No.139655

>>139654

wot curse


 No.139656

File: 3f2e385d6932469⋯.jpg (39.99 KB, 570x318, 95:53, 12showdown.jpg)

>>139557

>>139558

>>139559

>>139561

>>139564

>>139565

except we actually got the showdown between the doctor and rassilon and it was absolutely kino


 No.139657

File: 25922e9084055de⋯.png (52.38 KB, 152x148, 38:37, crumpetshow2.png)

>Jimbo will never adapt Campaign for the 1DAs because he's a cuckoo anti-vaxxer


 No.139658


 No.139659

>>139654

Every actor has had the curse. McGann didn't even get one season, and everyone just sees him as a Doctor.


 No.139660

>>139634

FORGIVE DAVE


 No.139661

>>139658

I know about that one, I just didn't know how it related to what Kinda was saying about Jodie always being seen as "the first female dr who"


 No.139662

>>139661

im saying if jodie were to leave at the end of the series, would she still be typecast as the doctor for the rest of her career due to the significance of her being the first female doctor.


 No.139663

how would you react if thirteen affectionately referred to herself as a "timeslut"


 No.139664

>>139663

Confused.


 No.139665

>Rumors that Obverse will cease the Faction Paradox range due to low sales

>Chibnall Era will outlive Faction Paradox

Where were you when Chib slayed the last remains of Loz's legacy?


 No.139666

>>139662

how can you typecast someone in a role when they've had no notable characteristics in said role?


 No.139667

>>139663

I'd drop trou and get to work if you have even the slightest idea what I mean


 No.139668

I feel like Matt broke the curse anyway. He was one of the most popular Doctors and his career is arguably better now that he's left the role with his performance as Prince Phillip (complete opposite of his performance as Eleven) receiving tons of acclaim after both seasons of The Crown, and now he's gonna be in Star Wars with Withnail. Took a while with Tennant but Broadchurch got super popular by the end. Capaldi is too early to tell but he was already fairly well known for playing Malcolm Tucker before he took the part. Eccleston is the outlier but he's such a bipolar cunt and isn't afraid of slagging people off (RTD, BBC, Marvel/Disney) that he's burning any bridge he sees anyway.


 No.139669

History of Faction Paradox throughout the NuWho eras:

>RTD era: Mad Norwegian loses Faction license soon after Series 2, Random Static publishes Newtons Sleep, the Magic Bullet audios come out

>Moffat era: Obverse picks up FP. Aside from co-editing Romance in Twelve Parts, Loz has completely abandoned Faction Paradox. City of the Saved range starts.

>Chibnall era: Faction Paradox dies


 No.139670

>>139668

>he's such a bipolar cunt

>OI'M WORKING CLASS M8


 No.139671

>she's northern and working class, what could go wrong? - Christopher Eccleston on Jodie Whittaker

well lads, what could go wrong?


 No.139672

>>139671

Eccleston is a narcissist and only values other people in terms of how they resemble himself.


 No.139673

>BBC only has a 30 million pound annual budget

surely that can't be right, can it? I'm reading their 2017-18 annual report and unless I'm missing something, that's what it says their funding is.

30 million to fund all of their programmes, fucking how? The Crown Season 1 cost $100 million to produce and that was just 10 episodes of 1 show. Am I just reading this wrong?

http://downloads.bbc.co.uk/mediaaction/annualreports/2017-2018.pdf


 No.139674

File: 94fee08e71bff23⋯.png (465.01 KB, 865x752, 865:752, 94fee08e71bff23d72896d5baf….png)

>>139663

I'm a timeslut me. 'Oppin about through the time-stream, trying all the different tackle. You've never lived until you've tried King Henry the First! Or was he the fifth? Can't remember… what about you Yaz, any historical willies you want to try? Maybe you don't like willies, eh? Not to everyone's taste. Well let's make it easy, Pleasure Moons of Pakros, they've all got a set of both there - plus extras! Why you all looking looking at me like that? Graham? Ry? 'Ave I said something wrong?


 No.139675


 No.139676

>>139671

Chris Chibnall


 No.139677

File: 7ad095ebd2fb65b⋯.jpg (158.84 KB, 1818x909, 2:1, 13readsyourpost.jpg)


 No.139678

>Yoko Taro will never make a Doctor Who game


 No.139679

File: d70b41a3220c805⋯.png (447.6 KB, 822x615, 274:205, d70.png)

File: 01ebfb394af9ea8⋯.png (337.52 KB, 829x586, 829:586, 01e.png)

>we want the thot audience


 No.139680

>>139679

>hangry


 No.139681

>>139679

B I G

M O O D S


 No.139682

>>139678

a doctor who game by too kyo games would be more kino


 No.139683

>>139682

>Danganronpa Doctor Who

I'll pass.


 No.139684

>>139683

zero escape doctor who being the more desirable of the two


 No.139685

>>139682

>tfw no Arkane Studios DW Game


 No.139686

Still verged they never asked Obsidian to make a Doctor Who game back when Chris Avellone was working with them.


 No.139687

>a good doctor who game comes out

>it's written by chris chibnall and set in the 13 era


 No.139688

>>139444

Relative Dimensions because it's written for a Reactor audience


 No.139689

>>139672

That's not true, he also really values money


 No.139690

>>139687

He's not a good enough writer for video games.


 No.139691

Imagine chibnall trying to write a story with any kind of branching paths


 No.139692

File: 309d7db9fed51f3⋯.png (123.51 KB, 600x400, 3:2, 309.png)

>>139679

Pting is me before I've had my morning coffee LOL #mondays


 No.139693

>>139225

In Memory of the Daleks


 No.139694

>>139225

Apocrypha of the Daleks - A story where Daleks who have been erased from the timeline come back to reek paradoxical vengeance against not only the Doctor but their canonical counterparts.


 No.139695

>>139674

Okay, this is based


 No.139696

>>139694

Redpill: This is what the Dalek Civil War actually was


 No.139697

File: 6f0682d3197f508⋯.jpg (273.58 KB, 940x720, 47:36, Dream_Lord.jpg)

>>139674

>You've never lived until you've tried King Henry the First! Or was he the fifth?

Well, he thought he was the first…


 No.139698

>>139696

Obnoxiously colored pill: Ditto Victory of the Daleks


 No.139699


 No.139700

>>139699

How is their first reaction "Q betrayed us" rather than "Q isn't real"?


 No.139701

>>139697

>we never got the dreamlord return in the capaldi era with Bowie playing the dream lord.


 No.139702

has Moffat ever addressed why he didn't include Rassilon in the 50th? I can understand the Master if he already had Missy planned, but it's always felt weird to me that he introduced the new character of the General in a role that seems like a substitute for Rassilon. Don't the Time Lords even mention him at one point?


 No.139703

>>139702

they mention that rassilon is currently attempting the thing we see in end of time


 No.139704

>>139703

this, russel already had him booked


 No.139705

>>139700

Boomers don't understand that people can make things up on the internet.


 No.139706

>>139705

For all the talk of fake news and shills, they're still a bunch of retards who wholeheartedly believe anonymous posts on the internet.


 No.139707

>>139703

wouldn't that mean during the events of Day of the Doctor that Gallifrey is at one point teleported above Earth? Since that would have to take place before the Doctor uses the Moment, right?


 No.139708


 No.139709

>>139708

> In Hide, we visit the remains of Omega's original pocket universe and Omega is notably absent. Remember Hide is set in 1974, and Omega's original pocket universe was destroyed in 1973. The dates can't be a coincidence.

I don't have enough red string and pushpins for this


 No.139710

oh no! you've been kidnapped by the BBC and forced to make a terrible choice!

The BBC has run out of storage space and can only afford to keep one of the following episodes, the rest will be erased from existence, and it's your choice to pick the sole survivor!

>Rose

>The Christmas Invasion

>The Eleventh Hour

>Deep Breath

>the Woman Who Fell to Earth

who are you saving?


 No.139711

>>139710

Eleventh hour


 No.139712

>>139710

Deep Breath


 No.139713

>>139710

11th Hour


 No.139714

>>139710

Eleventh Hour lmao it's not even a question. The only other possibility is Rose for historical significance, and losing it would mean losing 7.7% of all 9th Doctor episodes, and losing 15% of all good 9th Doctor episodes


 No.139715

>>139714

what 9 episode don't you like?


 No.139716

File: 96657413651e436⋯.jpg (338.94 KB, 953x953, 1:1, lehappybusdriver.jpg)

>post yfw based Bradders records a commentary track for each episode in Series 11 and makes every one of them not only watchable, but enjoyable


 No.139717

>>139714

That's a good point about Rose's contextual qualities.


 No.139718


 No.139719

Between the three Rick TWD movies and the Jesse BB movie, is it time for another DW telemovie?


 No.139720

Tomtit, Looms, etc, thoughts on the recent announcement?


 No.139721

File: e1dac261c8cd8ae⋯.png (96.73 KB, 750x585, 50:39, 1541573511678.png)

REMINDER: Chris Chibnall did better than Davies and Moffat in his first episode.


 No.139722

>>139721

>all these Trumpfags still trying to make a victory out of this

He lost more congressmen than Bush did.


 No.139723

>>139385

The Master has always been a character aware of the medium and the storytelling going on around them, much as the Doctor has, but the Simm Master especially so. Remember, he's the one who hears the baseline to the theme song in his head 24/7.


 No.139724

>>139722

Trump strengthened his lead in the senate, and relative to the first midterm of most other presidents in recent history he didn't take that much damage in the house, even though the majority was lost. It's not as simple as a pure lose or win.


 No.139725

Do you have faith in Big Finish Simm Master or Missy?


 No.139726

File: ef1ba1cb548a63b⋯.jpg (51.31 KB, 640x638, 320:319, the doctor and her compani….jpg)

>>139725

>Do you have faith in Big Finish


 No.139727

>>139725

probably missy, i doubt simm would want to stay in that role for long with briggs finish


 No.139728

>>139725

I'd be more willing to put faith in literal fan fiction.


 No.139729

>>139720

The BB movie? I've never had less idea what to think about anything, I mean, christ. Will it interact with the future scenes in BCS at all?

Maybe this is a sign that Gilligan and Gould are each going their own individual ways with the Breaking Bad universe, which is probably a good thing. BCS S4 was very Gilligan-lite and it was probably the best so far.

If a Jesse story has to exist then I'm glad it's a film rather than a TV series. I don't need a whole mythology surrounding Jesse's post BrBa life, a standalone """adventure""" is easily preferable. But like I said I still have no idea how to feel about the concept at all. Walt's story got tied up in a neat little bow and now Jesse's? The Gene scenes in BCS sort of suggest to me that these characters' worlds are completely desolate after what happened to them, and I love the sombreness of that, but if Jesse is around having epic adventures then that whole narrative space is kind of diminished. Fuck it though, I'm sure it'll be a well-made film. And I'm glad Aaron Paul will be keeping busy after the role of a lifetime.

That's if it is about Jesse, who fuckin knows really

I was watching an episode of Better Call Saul with commentary and Vince namedropped Doctor Who, it was fucking weird hearing him say it in that folksy accent of his.


 No.139730

>>139729

>And I'm glad Aaron Paul will be keeping busy after the role of a lifetime.

Yeah, he's been pretty much in the witness protection program since Felina.


 No.139731

>>139729

Additionally, if this is getting in the way of Vince working on original stuff then I'm somewhat against it for that reason, I want him to make something new.


 No.139732

>>139710

Rose, fucking obviously


 No.139733

>>139675

Fuck, that’s a relief. I thought some dumb fuck had posted /who/ to KYM for a sec, and we’d have to go through the whole wiki thing again. It’s just a normie meme, thank Lord Sutekh.


 No.139734

>>139733

Accidental false flag left it on kek


 No.139735

>>139732

This. Historical significance matters when archiving episodes.


 No.139736

>>139693

Kino title, anon


 No.139737

>>139735

even if I wasn't considering historical significance my answer would be the same


 No.139738

>>139736

Thanks. It was the name of a fan-fic I was writing about the war doctor.

It's also a good potential alternate title for Dalek.


 No.139739

dilberts dead :(


 No.139740

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

m-morph?


 No.139741

deadbert


 No.139742

>https://twitter.com/edwardrussell

>spends months talking about how great the new series is going to be

>gets pissy at people for criticism it

>tweets about how great it is every week

>suddenly hasn't tweeted anything doctor who related other than "i haven't seen it yet" over a week ago

oh nononono


 No.139743

berts under dirt


 No.139744

>>139720

I didn't believe it when I first read it. It sounds like the sort of thing clickbait buzzfeed-like websites come up with.

Granted however if it maintains the same level of polish as the rest of the BB/BCS universe then I'm very interested. If it was any other show I'd be worried about a sequel so many years after the main story had ended but I trust Vince has a story he wants to tell.

What are the odds it ties into the Gene segments from BCS even in a minor way?


 No.139745

File: dccdf8c5b6042d8⋯.png (17.36 KB, 586x139, 586:139, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139746

http://www.doctorwhotv.co.uk/your-verdict-on-arachnids-in-the-uk-oh-dear-89201.htm

>a score this low after only a week or so of voting is rare. In fact DWTV hasn’t seen this happen since 2015 with “Sleep No More” (which scored marginally higher)! And if we look at the score in the wider context of all of the episodes in the revival, this episode did very poorly.

LJL (lol just lol)


 No.139747

>>139746

I gave it a well deserved 1


 No.139748

>>139746

honestly i think i like it more than 42


 No.139749

Chib coal era


 No.139750

>>139749

After enough time we'll look back and it'll be seen as great?


 No.139751

>>139750

No it will only look good if youre faced with immense pressure to like it


 No.139752


 No.139753

File: 143c81ab4c8de66⋯.jpg (115.48 KB, 500x713, 500:713, new vegas.jpg)

File: a2a6a639594cc62⋯.jpg (24.65 KB, 271x377, 271:377, fallout 76.jpg)

MoffWho VS ChibWho


 No.139754

So are they bringing back 11 and 10 for another run of titan comics after they've settled 13 in?


 No.139755

>Obverse stops making Faction Paradox novels, Chibnall picks up the IP and makes it a spin-off show like Torchwood with characters from it interacting with the main doctor who tv show and Yasmin becomes a member of the Faction at some point


 No.139756

File: cb21d74a0cacd88⋯.png (279.99 KB, 594x509, 594:509, ClipboardImage.png)

normies gonna think this is bad until he's better than the vast majority of the cast


 No.139757

>>139756

This is essentially a “Rory is the Master” rumour


 No.139758

File: 5a5822e52127a84⋯.png (478.27 KB, 634x564, 317:282, midterms soy.png)

:O


 No.139759

File: e41338bbb6feefd⋯.jpg (100.68 KB, 768x507, 256:169, merlin_146450436_204a95c6-….jpg)

>people prevail! hope prevails!


 No.139760

>>139643

Is the book before this worth a read?


 No.139761

>>139759

I wonder if Chib thought that line was going to be iconic to DW


 No.139762

>doctor of hope


 No.139763


 No.139764

>>139763

worked for the BBC as a brand assistant on various doctor who things for ages and left when moff did, is also usually very vocal about the show.


 No.139765

File: 7f2119e2aaa1cd4⋯.jpg (261.95 KB, 1200x1000, 6:5, jodielego.jpg)

>doctor of lego

was it meme magic?


 No.139766

>>139765

He is here.


 No.139767

>>139766

Don't you think it's in any way funny that a random 4chan user saying "she looks like she plays with lego" ended up being correct?


 No.139768

>>139767

It was him


 No.139769

File: 2a1a7883e0ce0d2⋯.png (53.82 KB, 908x219, 908:219, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.139770

>>139769

peak sensationalism

surprised they waited until half the series was over to do it


 No.139771

>>139769

Haven’t the ratings been about the same for the past three episodes? Each had around 6 million overnight watchers and it’s understandable the first episode of the female doctor got a lot more from people that wouldn’t usually watch doctor who wanting to see the spectacle


 No.139772

>>139771

>The first female Time Lord's debut last month attracted an average audience of 8.2million but that plunged to 6.1million on Sunday.

this is the sun, after all.


 No.139773

>>139771

They're mixing up the consolidated with the overnightly for peak manipulation


 No.139774

>episode 9 ends on a cliffhanger of Capaldi arriving and calling Jodie a false doctor

>episode 10 revealed to be written by Steven Mofffat

>directed by Talalay

>scored by Gold

>Mark Gatiss plays Capaldi’s companion


 No.139775

File: 7698d7b3c2f1e93⋯.gif (1.76 MB, 268x180, 67:45, How will Doctor Who get ou….gif)


 No.139776

>>139731

>>139729

Yeah, I feel silly taking BCS as a fluke since I like it tonnes more than BB so I should have some faith in Gilligan doing ANOTHER spinoff, especially if it's just gonna be a self contained movie, and Jesse is the only really workable character for that (I detest the idea of a Gus prequel movie). I really disliked the Breaking Bad finale but I can't decide whether that makes me feel more or less enthused about going beyond it (the Gene stuff doesn't count since it's so clearly its own thing, you know?). I really don't know how to take this, I feel like I should be happy because Gilligan has proved himself and I kinda like the idea of just a selfcontained movie (as long as it doesn't set up future sequels), but the whole thing kind of disquiets me, I don't feel good about it right now. Looking forward to being proven wrong. I really agree with your point about how the world should feel sombre afterwards though…if Greenbier isn't an adventure and more of a psychological thing that'd work but I don't see AMC bankrolling a non actiony BB movie.

What was the context of the DW reference?

>>139744

I feel the same basically.


 No.139777

File: 0cb728512739d33⋯.jpg (63.07 KB, 518x461, 518:461, image.jpg)


 No.139778

>pick a Moffat episode

>decide how Chibnall would re-write it


 No.139779

>pick a Moffat episode

>just watch that instead


 No.139780

>>139779

Just watch it really


 No.139781

ok so basically

im have pet monkey


 No.139782


 No.139783

>>139782

The comparison to Pertwee's era is so offbase, reotractive, and illfounded. Really think Andrew Ellard is cornering the "critic doing intelligent analysis of S11" market, much as I adore her other work. When we're in Harness' era hopefully the distance of years will give clarity and focus to her work on Chibnall's era, the same way her approach to Capaldi didn't crystallise until 2016.


 No.139784

File: 1c2f34f62d96d93⋯.mp4 (43.2 KB, 244x124, 61:31, mfw chibnall who.mp4)


 No.139785

>>139783

It's very well founded.


 No.139786

>>139782

She really wants to like this series huh


 No.139787

>>139782

>it’s at least consistently an hour of fun every Sunday that’s capable of surprises. I’ve said for years that this is all I wanted from Doctor Who


 No.139788

>>139786

El's explained before that she sees it as, not so much a moral imperative as a certain step forward. Being willing to like something even if it's not actually very good means you get to like more things in the world. Certainly helps justify an ardent lefty embracing Harness's consistently right wing and often paranoid work.


 No.139789

>>139788

I mean if you want Sunday popcorn viewing sure, but doctor who can and has consistently been so much more than that


 No.139790

File: 7cb366456861863⋯.jpg (540.57 KB, 1349x387, 1349:387, 1541591398510.jpg)

DWE?


 No.139791

>>139790

Moff and RTD chads realising neither side is better


 No.139792

>>139790

Go on. Keep posting about American politics


 No.139793

When reading the wikipedia article about the pting, it's implied that people have tried to domesticate it before, thus revealing people in-universe know the pting is cute


 No.139794

newfag here, can someone please explain the "Assault of the Benefactors" meme?


 No.139795

>>139794

Its not a meme.


 No.139796

>>139794

there's a wiki article about it


 No.139797

>>139794

It's the name of series 9 episode 10.


 No.139798

Why did Dr Who get angry with Ian in the end of the Sensorites?


 No.139799

>>139794

There was a fake leak for series 9 that said Face the Raven would be titled Assault of the Benefactors. The joke is implying that the episode was really called that, despite all evidence to the contrary.


 No.139800

>>139798

Forced drama to make a cliffhanger


 No.139801

That weird-ass part where the doctor realizes they're on a space ship is where they would have put a part one cliffhanger in the original series.


 No.139802

>>139801

I thought you were talking about the cliffhanger from the Aztecs to the Sensorites for a moment.


 No.139803

Series 11 stories should've been serials with the episodes we got being part one and two with more episodes to have something interesting actually happen.


 No.139804

>>139801

Part 2 cliffhanger: Pting roars

Part 3 cliffhanger: pregnant man's internal fluids are broken


 No.139805

>>139804

I would pay someone to edit in a scene where it's the guy being like "Oh no, my water's broken!" and then the sting hits and then it cuts to the Tom Baker credits


 No.139806

>>139799

Its real in the Marshall Universe. Along with the God Phone


 No.139807

File: 2b5156b6b75de87⋯.jpg (14.52 KB, 326x326, 1:1, distressed communist.jpg)


 No.139808

>>139805

McCoy's era would be funnier

YOSS: Uh, is now the best time to mention that my water's just broken?

*zoom in on 13's face as Mark Ayres destroys his Yamaha keyboard*


 No.139809

>>139799

I see, thanks.


 No.139810

One of the better takeaways from this era is that Segun's score is so quiet that anyone wishing to do a fan re-scoring will have an easier job


 No.139811

Why can't we be Mandela effected into the universe where we have a Gatiss showrunner?


 No.139812

File: 456a46ea25c362e⋯.mp4 (6.17 MB, 640x800, 4:5, Karen Gillan (karengillano….mp4)


 No.139813

File: 53efc03826dfb14⋯.webm (1.87 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, Amy Pond's day job.webm)


 No.139814

>Chibnall era is like Pertwee era: style over substance!

WHAT STYLE??????????


 No.139815

>>139814

Not like the Pertwee era was a complete structural and foundational shakeup of the show either, nope, it was just business as usual but more boring day-to-day. Exact same type of storytelling as the Troughton era for sure. Nothing about the show's premise was altered at all.


 No.139816

Has anyone been following the Cartmel comic? How is it?


 No.139817

Hi Neo,

I'm RTD

xxx


 No.139818

File: 5708496ba22954c⋯.jpg (191 KB, 943x655, 943:655, twmr028_sargasso_1417_cove….jpg)

>tfw TOS isn't around


 No.139819

File: acb7acedb88bb25⋯.jpg (8.73 KB, 480x360, 4:3, hqdefault.jpg)

stop this thread!!


 No.139820

>>139776

>What was the context of the DW reference?

Vince was praising Terry McDonough and specifically mentioned "that Doctor Who movie he made a few seasons ago". That was the only other work of his he mentioned actually.


 No.139821

>>139820

Neat. Have a (You)!


 No.139822


 No.139823


 No.139824

DW equivalence of cute but dangerous?


 No.139825

>>139823

We have been discussing it in the thread already friend :D


 No.139826

>>139824

this dick


 No.139827

>>139823

Bad movie in the works? I didn’t need a news article to tell me that


 No.139828

>>139825

Oh I thought it was all BCS related so I didn't read those in case of spoilers


 No.139829

Having not watched any Star Wars movies since Force Awakens, can I watch episode 9 just for Matt and Richard E Grant and still somewhat understand what’s going on?


 No.139830

>>139829

yeah, empire rebels shite simple


 No.139831

>>139828

From the source's logline, everyone is assuming it's a Jesse sequel following the Breaking Bad finale which is the only thing that sounds reasonable atm.

>>139829

100% yes.


 No.139832

If episode 9 is a stealth Palpatine biopic then it could be salvagable


 No.139833

>>139832

Jay jay.


 No.139834

File: ff7d16bbafa59d7⋯.webm (8.06 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, UpTown Spot.webm)

>jesse be like


 No.139835

>>139834

this is hilarifying


 No.139836

:oooo do you think the robots will remember the abuse and turn on the masters :OOOOO


 No.139837

>>139835

Chib's sexy reinvention of K9!


 No.139838

>>139834

>Neo is impressed by a preprogrammed routine.


 No.139839

>>139838

Plenty of your posts impress me, don't they?


 No.139840

How do you feel that the show will never reach

>Missy and the Master shooting themselves in the back

kino ever again?


 No.139841

>>139840

This is it, the show's perfect ending. It shoots itself in the back.


 No.139842

>>139840

Ive had a while to get over Doctor Who peaking in its first season


 No.139843

>>139838

>>139839

We post here at the behest of the king of /who/


 No.139844

I miss Moffat's Shakespearian dialogue.


 No.139845

>>139844

It was beautiful. And it was sad. And it is over.


 No.139846

THE ORIGINAL YOU MIGHT SAY


 No.139847

ALL THIRTEEN


 No.139848

File: eec630e77dc6757⋯.jpg (76.82 KB, 712x538, 356:269, sleeping-kitten-TS_1606263….jpg)

>no innuendo posting for hours


 No.139849

>>139818

wtf…. redpill me on whatever this is


 No.139850

>>139848

he's still crying over democrats not winning the senate, making their house majority effectively useless


 No.139851

>>139849

Have you never seen Spearhead From Space or Terror of the Autons?


 No.139852

What's the consensus on The Snowmen?


 No.139853

>>139852

Very pretty, my favourite Christmas episode and Matt Smith episode


 No.139854

>>139853

>my favourite christmas episode

why?


 No.139855

>>139849

An Auton. Morph is quite fond of Rhys being auton.

>>139850

Go suck off your monkey, nobody wants to argue with you right now you inskel.

>>139852

Nice but a bit kinoMoff on autopilot.


 No.139856

>>139854

Not OP but that's my go-to Christmas special whenever Christmas comes around.


 No.139857

>>139852

Consensus is "its good" but im not a fan of this one


 No.139858

>>139854

>christmas episode


 No.139859

Did Andrew Ellard analyse Doctor Who before? I'm really enjoying what he has to say, I feel I'm really getting the perspective of a professional


 No.139860

>>139859

Just #tweetnotes things


 No.139861

>>139855

>An Auton. Morph is quite fond of Rhys being auton.

Well I mean, I knew that. But every now and then I find out something about the torchwood audios (I'm not following them, maybe one day though) and it's totally weird and unexpected. Like, Rhys being an auton or whatever. So much more weird and interesting sounding than series 11


 No.139862

>>139858

"Special" is a derivative of "episode", the two are not mutually exclusive concepts. If it were a code structure, Episode would be the parent class and Special would be a child class.


 No.139863

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Utterly based.

>Hang on I thought we were getting acquainted?

>Those were the days.


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>>139860

so there's no tweetnotes for Capaldi's era? gonna cry


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>>139864

When you call it a "special", it's a special what exactly?


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>>139861

That audio isn't out until next year but does sound pretty interesting. And yeah they are definitely going into weird and creative spaces, unlike something else. I really love them, markedly more than the TW show too fwiw.


 No.139868

Doctor Who will never be good again guys why are you even watching Series 11?


 No.139869

>>139868

Serious talk, this is the first time since I've started watching in 2010 that I find myself bored while watching the episodes.


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>>139868

Patel, McTighe, Wilkinson, Hime


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>>139871 NEW

>>139871 NEW

>>139871 NEW


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>>139868

In all seriousness, Doctor Who is such a big part of my childhood, and it's one universe I've always liked to lose myself in… It would take a lot for me to stop watching. I'm watching each episode the day they come out, usually later because it suits me more. If the season doesn't improve, if writers like Patel etc aren't at least writing something worth watching… I'll probably still watch series 12 if I'm honest with myself. But like, 6 months after airdate all in one go when I'm really bored. If series 12 was as shit as the first half of series 11, that'd be it for me I think.

If I'm honest with myself, part of me would just hold out for at least another season no matter what happened because I'd want to like the show so much. It would take something truly shit to make me stop at this point, and I'm worried we've actually reached that point.


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>>139186

No Anon I had my expectations for this season next to dinosaur bones. I was mildly surprised by the first two. it gave me a false sense of hope.




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