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

File: 6f77e38ace3362f⋯.jpg (65.79 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, h e r e d i t a r y.jpg)

 No.197121

The Post Is Coming Soon edition

discussing how bad Graham and Ryan's storyline is: >>196388

 No.197126

We didn't realise how lucky we were that RTD was considered lesser new who. The next decade is going to be rough.


 No.197127

File: 2f48712f0bf7c73⋯.png (73.85 KB, 600x569, 600:569, 1519689761460.png)

DOCTOR: Love, in all its forms, is the most powerful weapon we have, because love is a form of hope and, like hope, love abides in the face of everything


 No.197128

>tfw wrote all this out only for a new thread to be made right before i hit post

not so fast

Didn't Chibnall/the writers say that they didn't know Thirteen would be a woman until the same time as the rest of the world? I think Vinay said in his DWM interview that he had to leave a play he was attending to watch the announcement video on his phone or something like that.

Why the fuck couldn't Chibnall just tell them she would be a woman? I get maybe wanting to keep casting a secret, but surely the fact that the Doctor is now a woman is something the writers should know beforehand? also how the fuck did Witchfinders work with Thirteen written as a man?


 No.197129

File: c07f257615df8cc⋯.jpg (30.16 KB, 300x577, 300:577, 1543737353947.jpg)

DOCTOR: I don't need an army. I never have, because I've got them. Always them. Because love, it's not an emotion. Love is a promise.


 No.197130

File: df8d54d0686a17c⋯.jpg (247.68 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, sheep assassin.jpg)

the woolly rebellion is a metaphor for the passive sheep who like S11 waking up and throwing off their chains to [redacted] chibnall


 No.197131

>>197122

Which is worse

Chibnall rewriting the scripts but being so inept he couldn't construct a narrative around Ryan and Graham or

Chibnall rewriting the scripts but not giving a shit because "fuck it, he calls him grandad at the end, close enough"


 No.197132

>write a nonsequitur

>rather than letting it sit on its own as a funny throwaway line, go on to explain it in detail

what the actual fuck was chibnall thinking

he bares the responsibility because he modified the script after hime last touched it


 No.197133

Has chibnall ever written anything genuinely funny?


 No.197134

>>197133

Pond Life?


 No.197135

>>197133

I'm sure one or two of his Torchwood episodes has a decent gag in there…somewhere…


 No.197136

>>197135

RAT JAM!


 No.197137


 No.197138

>>197134

Would moff have been responsible for adding in the funnies?


 No.197139

>>197132

Audience hostile


 No.197140

>>197137

What was it?


 No.197141

>>197138

I dont see why Moffat would oversee minute long clips he handed off for Chibnall to do. If he was doing that he probably would have just written them himself.


 No.197142

>>197133

montage of Eleven trying to pass the time while staying with Amy and Rory in Power of Three, but I suppose that's mostly down to how strong all three of their comedic timing was as well as how it was shot/edited rather than the writing of that scene


 No.197143

>>197140

Some of the Gene's dialogue in his Life on Mars is very funny, Pond Life, The Power of Three is full of great gags, Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, Alec and Ellie exchanges in BC 1-3…


 No.197144

File: c4a45cf598b13bf⋯.jpg (177.72 KB, 1920x960, 2:1, aaaah.jpg)

Aaaah!


 No.197145

>>197133

Series 11


 No.197146

>>197134

We were talking about this a few days ago, S7 Chibnall is like a completely different person

Pond Life is light years away from feeling anything like series 11. it's so strange that Chibnall screwed it up so bad - none of his previous work hinted that this is what would happen


 No.197147

Ryan is my favourite series 11 companion


 No.197148

>>197147

I agree


 No.197149

Ryan > Graham > 13 > Yaz


 No.197150

CLARA: Well, if Danny Pink can do it, so can I.

DOCTOR: Do what?

CLARA: Die right. Die like I mean it. Face the Raven.

DOCTOR: No. This, this isn't happening. This can't be happening.

CLARA: Maybe this is what I wanted. Maybe this is it. Maybe this is why I kept running. Maybe this is why I kept taking all those stupid risks. Kept pushing it.

DOCTOR: This is my fault.

CLARA: This is my choice.

DOCTOR: I let you get reckless.

CLARA: Why? Why shouldn't I be so reckless? You're reckless all the bloody time. Why can't I be like you?

DOCTOR: Clara, there's nothing special about me. I am nothing, but I'm less breakable than you. I should have taken care of you.

CLARA: I never asked you to.

DOCTOR: You shouldn't have to ask.


 No.197151

>>197150

This flows so well.


 No.197152

File: 5448cc709340d5e⋯.png (330.36 KB, 740x361, 740:361, broad1.png)

I know it's heavily carried by the performances but Alec and Ellie dynamic in BC is great and manages to do all the right things while avoiding all the bad things

It's a genuine relationship of two friends, who often argue and often disagree, but they genuinely care for each other without any romantic feelings

it's interesting and it's nuanced

ITS GOOD

Dinner scene in S1 is excellent

S1 ending is excellent

The very last of BC S3 is excellent

all of this is miles ahead of s11


 No.197153

>>197152

The biggest question I have about chibnall is, why didn't his skills in broadchurch carry over to doctor who? Why was his creative vision for doctor who so different that it didn't play to his strengths?


 No.197154

Presenting /who/ ranks who 2019

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ArXftbU05_wOojXXKnMHN7VaPh-FZwlwph_1QPR9IIM/

Please report any missing stories/typos and stuff.


 No.197155

File: 6d41b8484cc2ef6⋯.jpg (316.49 KB, 2328x1218, 388:203, Screen Shot 2019-01-21 at ….jpg)

>posting nsfw pics on /tv/ that are spoilered is now a bannable offense

fucking hell


 No.197156

>>197155

Technically spoilered nsfw pics have never been officially allowed. It just varies in how much the mods can be assed to enforce it.


 No.197157

>>197155

It's always been bannable, it's just slightly harder to enforce unless a janny is actively patrolling threads or someone goes out of their way to report


 No.197158

DOCTOR: Solitract! It's a theory, a myth, a bedtime story my gran used to tell me.

YASMIN: You had a grandmother?

DOCTOR: I had seven, but Granny Five, my favourite, used to tell me about the Solitract. Cos in the beginning - pre-Time, pre-everything - all the laws and elements and nuts and bolts of the universe were there. Light, matter, maths, and so on. But they couldn't fit together properly, because the Solitract was there.

YASMIN: So what is the Solitract?

DOCTOR: A consciousness, an energy. Our reality cannot work with Solitract energy present. The most basic ideas of the universe just get ruined. Think of it like a kid with chicken pox - nuclear chicken pox - who wants to join in but always ends up infecting everyone else. Our universe cannot work with the Solitract in it.

YASMIN: Your gran told you this as a bedtime story?

DOCTOR: Only when I had trouble sleeping. So, what did our universe do? It managed to exile the Solitract to a separate, unreachable existence. The Solitract plane. And suddenly, everything makes sense. The universe could finally work because the Solitract had been removed.

YASMIN: Hang on. Are you saying we're now on the Solitract plane?

DOCTOR: I wish I wasn't but I think I am. I'm scared. Are you scared? I'm genuinely terrified!

YASMIN: This is a separate exiled universe that is also a consciousness.

DOCTOR: That's what Granny Five said. A conscious universe. She also said that Granny Two was a secret agent for the Zygons, but she seems bang on with this one. But why? Why has the Solitract copied your world, including Grace and Trine, and built a doorway to our universe?

YASMIN: When you put it like that, it sounds like a trap.


 No.197159

>>197146

The absolute shitfest of quality that is series 11 hit me particularly hard because series 7 gave me the expectation that Chibnall would at least deliver on the comfy and entertaining family dynamics and character interactions he nailed back in s7. I mean I knew there was no way his writing could touch Moff's quality but I expected something, I don't fucking know, watchable. I still don't think I've recovered by how much he's proven me wrong


 No.197160

The chibnall era isn't canon, it's just officially licensed fanfiction.


 No.197161

bibnall


 No.197162

nilsos


 No.197163

>>197158

i don't know if it's harder to read this or listen to it


 No.197164

>>197163

The latter. Not even Capaldi could make that sound good.


 No.197165

>>197155

bro you took away the ad monetisation what is wrong with you


 No.197166

DOCTOR: Shakespeare. He really knew his stuff. They all did. The Ancients. The poets. All those sad songs. All those lullabies. Sleep is essential to every sentient being in the universe. But to humans. Greedy, filthy, stupid humans. It's an inconvenience to be bartered away. Well, now we know the truth. Sleep isn't just a function. It's blessed. Every night we dive deep into that inky pool, deep into the arms of Morpheus. Every morning, we wake up and wipe the sleep from our eyes, and that keeps us safe. Safe from the monsters inside.


 No.197167

DOCTOR: Look, there's one very obvious thing about it. Do you see it yet? No? Okay, I'll tell you what's wrong. There's footage here of everyone. But what's missing in all of it? What can't you see anywhere? Not in the footage, not on this ship. Look. Really look. There are no cameras here. No CCTV. No helmet cams. So, how and why does this footage even exist? The dust has been watching us. Each little organic speck, just a tiny spy drifting through the air. The monsters have been with us all along. That's why the Sandmen are blind. Their visual receptors are being hijacked. But by whom, and why? And then, there's this.


 No.197168

>>197159

I know exactly what you mean, I remember when he and eventually the tardis team were announced and everyone was saying look at 42, Torchwood, Dinosaurs on a Spaceship, Power of Three. He can do big ensemble casts and make it work. He did Broadchurch too, so we can count on interesting character work

It won't be Moffat but it'll be something new and interesting, which is always good for Doctor Who

How wrong we were


 No.197169

File: fd71dba7bd3b7be⋯.jpg (41.15 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, doctor_who_2005.9x09.sleep….jpg)

>>197166

The only time the dialogue was such a pile of wank that even Capaldi gave up


 No.197170

>>197158

Fuck, I'm glad Yaz was there.


 No.197171

>>197170

Not a phrase one hears often.


 No.197172

>>197169

He was wrong though cause it was based and better than that fanwank he'd insist on later.


 No.197173

There's a very real case to be made for Gatiss being a better writer than Moffat.


 No.197174

File: 7d4bba6be27ed40⋯.png (4.48 MB, 2480x3507, 2480:3507, 69058440_p0.png)


 No.197175

*concertedly ignores*


 No.197176

eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeden


 No.197177


 No.197178

>>197170

>>197171

Look here, again, aren't we all so glad Yaz was present this series? She brings so much to these scenes. An absolutely integral character

DOCTOR: Ah. Nice century. Bit tricky in the middle. It turns out all right in the end. See this, Yaz? Anti-matter drive.

YASMIN: Oh. I did a bit on anti-matter at school. Never quite understood it.

DOCTOR: The thing with anti-matter is you have to either find it or generate it. That's what this bit does. Particle accelerator.

YASMIN: Like at CERN? We did that in physics. No, but the thing at CERN is massive.

DOCTOR: In your time, generating anti-matter cost a massive amount of money. This is progress. Things get smaller, faster and cheaper. This is like the iPhone version of CERN, accelerating enough particles to power this entire craft.

YASMIN: So how does it work?

DOCTOR: The particle accelerator smashes the atoms together, like a little anti-matter factory, to produce positrons, which are then stored very carefully inside electric and magnetic fields. The positrons interact with the fuel materials to produce heat, which produces thrust.

DURKAS: It's pretty old school, this one.

DOCTOR: It's beautiful. Anti-matter powering the movement of matter. Bringing positrons into existence to move other forms of life across space. I love it. Conceptually, and actually. Yaz, you have to keep this safe from the Pting. If this drive gets destroyed, this ship will lose propulsion, we'll drift endlessly while the Pting…

YASMIN: I get it. It won't be good.


 No.197179

>>197173

based and soypilled


 No.197180

File: 33ab51ab44e3e27⋯.webm (517.64 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, preposterous.webm)


 No.197181

>>197153

Maybe I was wrong. Maybe engagment with sci-fi ideas is needed to run Doctor Who after all. I don't know.


 No.197182

Gatiss has more a formalist's sense and understanding of how best to deploy his 'tawdry quirks' where Moff sputters and constantly changes direction. Compare the precision of something like Cold War or Empress of Mars to an episode constantly struggling to reinvent and reassert itself, like the S6 or S5 finale.


 No.197183

>>197182

Being a good writer is not measured by how well you adhere to formula.


 No.197184

catpiss


 No.197185

>>197183

Unity of purpose is integral to good and cohesive writing. It's something Moffat had in his scripts under RTD but increasingly lost in his own career as showrunner. Even something as good as Hell Bent is constantly grasping for an angle that might work (fortunately it succeeded), whereas Gatiss knows exactly how to write for his strengths while still knowing how to iterate and experiment with a solid backing (Victory of the Daleks, Sleep No More).


 No.197186

File: 52d15e8888a0e52⋯.webm (10.52 MB, 854x480, 427:240, timeruinedfull.webm)


 No.197187

>>197182

>Compare… Cold War or Empress of Mars… to… the S6 or S5 finale

neo


 No.197188

>>197178

>I get it. It won't be good.

Yaz really is the voice of the audience.


 No.197189

>>197185

Excited to read your thoughts on certain S4 sherlock episode


 No.197190

>>197178

In both this scene and ITYA's she is basically just providing an excuse for the Doctor to have a monologue without looking like an insane person. Which is very funny when you consider that 12 had a whole episode of talking to himself


 No.197191

>>197185

What about Victory of the Daleks do you see as being experimental for Gatiss?


 No.197192

>>197189

Excited to read your thoughts on a certain /who/ser!

>>197191

It's a fundamentally conservative episode, and also features evil triumphing over good, both new avenues for him (the conservativeness of The Unquiet Dead is much like Kill the Moon in being easily read but not intended by the author, so intent is the key here).


 No.197193

>intent is the key!!!


 No.197194

File: 817688c2bdd9b62⋯.jpg (322.6 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, 48072991.jpg)

>>197168

/who/ is the only fucking reason I'm even suffering through this shit. I still love you guys and this endearing little shithole, I still love complaining and shitposting as a form of therapy about what has happened, but I legitimately do not like the show in its current state. I can't even tolerate it, like I thought I'd be able to. It not for me at all. It's painful to even comprehend who it even IS for. It's absolutely useless fucking television, it's beyond pointless, it's a net subtraction instead of an addition or a distraction. Meme all you want about "haha le Doctor Who has always been shit and I say that as a true fan!", this is pure waste. A fucking waste. Of people, ideas, and goddamned time. Fuck.


 No.197195

inskel is the key


 No.197196

>>197194

Based and blackpilled


 No.197197

>>197193

When we're talking about authors willfully pushing themselves out of their comfort zones, it is. Of course it's not when it comes to actual reading of the text.

>>197194

I can think of a certain something you'll like in it's current state, in nine or so days…


 No.197198

>>197192

he intended victory to be conservative?


 No.197199

>>197198

I believe so, yes. Gatiss is quite a bit further left than Moffat, for what it's worth.


 No.197200

>>197194

I'm addicted to poring over the state of the show because I find it all morbidly funny in the extreme. Circlejerking about how inept Chibnall is brings me genuine joy in life.


 No.197201

What if the Doctor was friends with a terrible person?


 No.197202

Furthermore I believe it's reasonable to term Gatiss as one of Who's "auteur" writers, given the unity of his specific vision and aesthetic.


 No.197203

>>197199

i haven't seen it in a while what do you mean? all i remember is 11 being bezzie mates with churchill


 No.197204

>>197201

Yeah anon what if?


 No.197205

>>197200

For me it brings only genuine sadness.


 No.197206

Reminder that Malcolm Hulke's communist energy single-handedly stopped the Cybermen from appearing as a main villain during Pertwee's era.


 No.197207

>>197182

I don't think a one-off mid series episode can be quite compared to a big, reaching Moffat finale, comparing Cold War or Empress of Mars to something like The Beast Below or Listen, or hell any Moffat story from the RTD era for a better comparison and you'll see that in his self contained stories, Moffat is at least equally as competent in "deploying his tawdry quirks"

That being said, imagine a big Gatiss finale


 No.197208

>>197206

Are you saying Cartmel is weaker than Hulke?


 No.197209

>>197201

I mean, 10 and Rose were more than friends.


 No.197210

>>197208

Yes. I don't recall Cartmel being a member of the British Communist Party


 No.197211

>>197207

>imagine a big Gatiss finale

This would actually be based. Arguably we haven't had a "fun" finale since, er, Wedding. Or Name if you want to be generous regarding Strax.


 No.197212

Gatiss the racist


 No.197213

Kinda the spinster


 No.197214

File: 7a92a2444dc31c7⋯.jpg (17.4 KB, 336x358, 168:179, 7a92a2444dc31c789ce4248a30….jpg)

>>197203

Taking an historic symbol of sci-fi Nazism/fascism, slapping a Union Jack on its new tank-coloured design, giving it a British creator (Bracewell) unwitting to the fact that he "does its bidding" and perpetuates its evil, and having it bow down to a new, physically larger, grander and superior version of fascism…Gatiss is saying quite a lot.

>>197207

RTD's finales, love them or hate them, tended to have fairly marked senses of purposes and that lent them a strong air of cohesiveness. Moffat intentionally diverts the second part of his two-parters from being that connected to his first. Moffat is like Talalay, a very skilled chameleon, but one without distinct talent in their own part. They work for it. Gatiss and RTD don't have to.


 No.197215

>>197210

Cartmel wanted to take down Thatcher and succeeded.


 No.197216

>>197215

He couldn't prevent the Soviet Union from collapsing though.


 No.197217

>>197213

This is an advanced troll because you force me to read my own trip name incorrectly


 No.197218

>>197215

Can it really be said that he took down Thatcher if he allowed her ghost to continue to haunt the UK to this very day?


 No.197219

KINDA RHYMES WITH LINDA NOT BINDER

KINDA RHYMES WITH LINDA NOT BINDER

KINDA RHYMES WITH LINDA NOT BINDER

KINDA RHYMES WITH LINDA NOT BINDER

KINDA RHYMES WITH LINDA NOT BINDER

KINDA RHYMES WITH LINDA NOT BINDER


 No.197220

That take on Victory delving into British fascism is entirely Morph's, I literally copy/pasted it >>187415


 No.197221

When will we have a Doctor Who episode that explicitly endorses pissing on Thatcher's grave?


 No.197222

Binder? I hardly even know her!


 No.197223

File: ba6b6e78828b3b8⋯.jpg (145.39 KB, 462x464, 231:232, happygatiss.jpg)

>>197214

guarantee the pitch meeting went

>Moff: "what if a dalek was undercover and hanging out with winston churchill"

>Gatiss: "and he could have a cute lil union jack and serve them tea"

>Moff: "perfect, you get to write episode 3. also you get to introduce the new dalek redesigns"

>Gatiss: "ooh what colour are they going to be?"

>Moff: "yes"


 No.197224

So what happened with brexit plan B today?


 No.197225

File: 138a752ab310690⋯.jpg (96.63 KB, 500x561, 500:561, 1498033820212.jpg)

you can't not love the man, though


 No.197226

>>197224

It was plan A again.


 No.197227

Kind-a is said like Bind-i Irwin


 No.197228

>>197225

My god he looks better with a beard.


 No.197229

>>197221

the christmas invasion


 No.197230

>>197214

are you saying that's conservative on gatiss' part?


 No.197231

File: 7cf795a5e201570⋯.png (748.17 KB, 1272x950, 636:475, 1482747783449.png)

>>197223

>Gatiss: "ooh what colour are they going to be?"

>Moff: "yes"


 No.197232

>>197226

What happens now then? Is there another vote?


 No.197233

>>197158

>YASMIN: You had a grandmother?

This line is a complete mystery to me. Why would she ask that?


 No.197234

File: e1469cfdb8749b9⋯.jpg (203.17 KB, 1174x1250, 587:625, Screen Shot 2019-01-15 at ….jpg)

>>197230

>Gatiss

>conservative


 No.197235

File: 6476261cc27224c⋯.jpg (32.03 KB, 400x400, 1:1, nardie.jpg)

>>197194

Shitposting and tearing apart every aspect of series 11 is by far the best part of it, it's just that it's so dull and uninspired and bad in all the wrong ways.

If it was shit in the way a new Adam Sandler movie was shit we could all just point and laugh but it isn't. It's as you say, "a net subtraction". It's devoid of anything.

There is little to no series arc, story or character-wise. Which is fine if you want to go straight Monster-of-the-week but then several weeks you don't have monsters, which is also fine, but a lot of the monsters are just shit. Which is not fine. And then at the end you try and wrap it up as if there was a series arc all along.

The characters are awful. It's like Chibnall took the bare minimum of what makes a Doctor and a companion and split it up across 4 people. The characters would still feel underdeveloped if 13 had one companion.

It's just nothing, it's fucking Sunday night popcorn, stare at your phone and occasionally glance up to see a big blue box and a group of people on the tv, one of whom talks more than the others. It's fucking nothing and I hate that this is what we got for the first female Doctor


 No.197236

File: d7835cd506348b8⋯.jpg (213.83 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, yccc3f4vcwsxyj6eydy2.jpg)

>Gatiss is a better writer than Moffat

>series 5 is bland trash and the worst Moff series

>Journey's End and Donna's fate is kino

Chibwho so shit that Neo is re-evaluating existence as a whole and is unlocking quantum-level blackpills

What's next lads


 No.197237

mirrors here


 No.197238

File: e3fc3c9ce210e63⋯.mp4 (493.71 KB, 656x1120, 41:70, e3fc3c9ce210e63094cbbdd0ac….mp4)


 No.197239

Give me an easy to accept blackpill


 No.197240

>>197239

nilsos gay


 No.197241

>>197238

But actually though

They have 2 months to sort this shit out or agree on pushing it back. What's the next step? Will this new deal go through parliament and get voted down again? Are they going to start actively pushing for a second referendum?


 No.197242

>>197187

>Chibnall's approach… is my favourite.


 No.197243

>>197230

Depends on what you think of fascism.

>>197239

We'll never get a better writer than Whitaker.


 No.197244

File: 2dd3c5e0924a2f0⋯.jpg (23.11 KB, 576x197, 576:197, Dxb0O8-XQAInRya.jpg)

success!


 No.197245

File: 348e06a0dcc7689⋯.png (885.7 KB, 898x950, 449:475, Screen-Shot-2016-08-10-at-….png)


 No.197246

>>197223

>Gatiss: the doctor would have met winston churchill before, i bet they're best friends

>Moff: haha yeah

>Gatiss: they probably bonded specifically over their white supremacy

>Moff: ok mark, haha have you seen karen gillan's legs cor blimey


 No.197247

>>197244

wrong image LMAO, i'm just going to leave it like that


 No.197248

>success!


 No.197249

I'm drinking a spider right now. DWE?


 No.197250

>>197208

HULKE SMASH


 No.197251

>>197236

At some point in the next 5 years, Neo WILL argue (whether in jest or for real) that Fear Her is good.


 No.197252

>>197249

thanks for the blog skelly


 No.197253

>>197249

>drinking soft drink in the year 2019


 No.197254

File: 6b32f9ccb13d279⋯.jpg (31.43 KB, 259x194, 259:194, blackbill.jpg)

>>197239

99% of classic who is shit and the 1% that isn't shit (City of Death, Genesis, Androzani, etc.) is still heavily flawed


 No.197255

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


 No.197256

File: 3ee772f86798cdf⋯.jpg (16.77 KB, 720x275, 144:55, FB_IMG_1548126232944.jpg)

doctor who


 No.197257

>>197253

I drink multiple times more water than I do soft drink


 No.197258

>>197256

>says Ni…

oh no she really has gone full gamer


 No.197259


 No.197260

>>197257

Comparing it to water consumption is irrelevant


 No.197261

>>197254

>genesis, androzani

cringe and gunpilled

>city of death

based and frockpilled


 No.197262

>>197259

For someone who feels confident enough to impersonate me it's impressive how much you get wrong


 No.197263

>>197249

I too have drunk and seen the spider


 No.197264

im skelly and im het


 No.197265

>>197243

so gatiss is pro-fascist because britain adopted the daleks, a sci fi fascist symbol, as their own

that sounds more like it'd be a criticism of britain

but the episode isn't critical of britain and glorifies winston churchill, a racist cunt

ugh please explain, it's not gelling together for me at all


 No.197266

>>197249

post a picture of it in front of your computer screen like the joycon


 No.197267

File: f9128f14bf771de⋯.jpg (298.05 KB, 1252x805, 1252:805, skellyshere.jpg)


 No.197268

>nobody's following skelly on twitter

Inskel oh inskel


 No.197269

>>197254

>1% is good

>picks all the most mainstream choices


 No.197270

>>197214

I think I disagree with what you're saying in that the way Moffat handles two-parters shows that he lacks cohesion, and that in turn means he is without distinct talent. I don't think you can take points off for lack of cohesion when cohesion wasn't the intent.

Moffat used the two-parter to tell two distinct yet connected stories whereas RTD used them to tell a single, large story. Neither approach is necessarily better than the other


 No.197271

>>197266

I just drank it and im not skelly.


 No.197272

>>197267

>usyd

lmao


 No.197273

the only classic who episodes considered to be "good" have good ideas or a single kino moment/scene while the rest is average. There's a reason why whenever people talk about Genesis of the Daleks or Caves of Androzani being the best Classic Who eps they always only talk about the "do I have the right?"/Androzani Part 3 cliffhanger and nothing else from those stories


 No.197274

File: 84e242729cd74a0⋯.jpg (45.97 KB, 262x302, 131:151, Paul-Cornell.jpg)

if the thread hasnt gone to shit when i wake up ill write the itya post


 No.197275

>>197274

'if' implies it hasn't already


 No.197276

The liquid was pepsi max vanilla. the ice cream creamy vanilla with delicious swirls of cookies & cream


 No.197277

>>197271

you're at skelly's house and stole it after he tweeted about it?


 No.197278

>>197267

>usyd

how does he cope?


 No.197279

>>197273

Counterpoint: Genesis is only hyped by fake fans. The stories that are hyped by true fans, such as Curse of Fenric, are great all the way through and bursting with kino.


 No.197280

>>197273

Genesis of the Daleks is shit. Stop looking to the colour era for kino. The first two Doctors are full of genuinely great stories, not moments, but stories.

>>197270

Do you think Moffat could have revived the show?

>>197265

Gatiss isn't a conservative, but the ep is 'conservative' in-story.


 No.197281

File: d3c97fe5f0540da⋯.jpg (45.23 KB, 1034x210, 517:105, neo sings chibnall's prais….jpg)

>>197242

>>197245

>>197187

I can't believe the things Neo says sometimes.


 No.197282

>>197273

People confuse best moments with best episodes. That's been obvious forever and it happens in the new who as well with doomsday and fires of pompeii


 No.197283

>>197281

holy fuck i cant believe you just doxxed neo


 No.197284

if season 1 of doctor wasnt as good as it is now, show wouldnt have a chance to survive as long as it is now


 No.197285

>>197269

sorry i should've picked twin dillemma and time flight. much less popular episodes which means they're good, actually, and being a contrarian means i'm smarter than all those casual fans who are only pretending to like doctor who


 No.197286

Redpill: The Edge of Destruction is the reason the show still exists 55 years later.


 No.197287

>>197285

i mean actual good stories like edge of destruction and marco polo


 No.197288

>>197265

It actually condemns Churchill.


 No.197289

lol skelly follows exotic pet accounts. gotta keep that capuchin healthy


 No.197290

This Gatiss discussion is really interesting


 No.197291

>>197290

>nous

You've gone French!


 No.197292

The Caves of Androzani

Blink

Genesis of the Daleks

The Talons of Weng-Chiang

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances

Human Nature/The Family of Blood

Pyramids of Mars

City of Death

The Robots of Death

Bad Wolf/The Parting of the Ways

The Girl in the Fireplace

Turn Left

The Stolen Earth/Journey's End

Remembrance of the Daleks

Dalek

The Seeds of Doom

Terror of the Zygons

The Evil of the Daleks

Earthshock

The Deadly Assasin


 No.197293

Genuinely great Classic eps

The Edge of Destruction

The Mind Robber

The War Games

Warriors' Gate

Kinda

Revelation of the Daleks

Remembrance of the Daleks

Silver Nemesis

The Greatest Show in the Galaxy

Ghost Light


 No.197294

>>197293

what about Nightmare of Eden?


 No.197295

>>197280

>Do you think Moffat could have revived the show?

Not that anon but I think he could have. Not sure it would have become immortal again like it has under RTD, but he could have made it a power house.


 No.197296

*The Ribos Operation

*Paradise Towers


 No.197297

File: ddda2403f8ea666⋯.jpg (316.19 KB, 659x801, 659:801, skellyshere.jpg)


 No.197298

>>197293

wow, all the pseud episodes as well as silver nemesis for some contrarianism


 No.197299

>>197291

I've been had


 No.197300

>>197294

>>197293

Kinda and Nightmare of Eden are terrible, I can't stand them. Really just awful, why do we tolerate them?


 No.197301

File: 9d249918f1a62ec⋯.jpg (226.31 KB, 1660x1660, 1:1, 1519276546531.jpg)

>>197269

>>197285

his name is "the doctor" by the way. just a fyi. didn't know if you knew that or if you thought it was "dr. who" for some reason. knowing this makes me smarter than you, and while you now know this information you didn't know it previously so it cancels out

also have you heard of funky pops


 No.197302

>>197235

ITYA post fucking W H E N


 No.197303

a hideo kojima game


 No.197304

Fan opinion on old who has had decades to form. To argue against it is just immature.


 No.197305

File: 0d6743773d0b329⋯.jpg (56.77 KB, 517x767, 517:767, wt9b1o7ucpb21.jpg)

>>197301

>funky pops


 No.197306

Which stories are /who/core?


 No.197307

>>197306

Sleep No More


 No.197308

>>197306

Gridlock, Heaven Sent


 No.197309

>>197305

TFW: diana


 No.197310

>>197309

the funko when?


 No.197311

DEAD: Diana


 No.197312

File: f2fbdddb3d773aa⋯.jpg (41.28 KB, 557x557, 1:1, caparoo2.jpg)

Series 9 12 could be described as something of a "funky pops", if you know what I mean


 No.197313

dechibbed in the kinotorium


 No.197314

DEAD: [redacted]


 No.197315

What's the appropriate flag for Doctor Who Magazine?

222. The Time Monster (3)

223. The Horns of Nimon (4)

224. The Underwater Menace (2)

225. The Sensorites (1)

226. Warriors of the Deep (5)

227. The Curse of the Black Spot (11)

228. The King's Demons (5)

229. The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe (11)

230. Paradise Towers (7)

231. Meglos (4)

232. The Space Museum (1)

233. The Rings of Akhaten (11)

234. The Dominators (2)

235. The Space Pirates (2)

236. Underworld (4)

237. Time-Flight (5)

238. Timelash (6)

239. Time and the Rani (7)

240. Fear Her (10)

241. The Twin Dilemma (6)


 No.197316

>>197306

Let's Kill Hitler


 No.197317

>>197306

Other people might disagree but I think The Hand of Fear should be in it.


 No.197318

DEAD: Romance


 No.197319

>>197280

Very interesting question

I don't know, I think he clearly knows how to write a great show but I don't know if it would have had the same mass appeal that RTD did. I think if Moffat had been the one to revive it theres a greater chance it would have become a short lived cult classic.


 No.197320

>>197315

Fuck me, at least 5 of those should not be that low.


 No.197322

File: 8915340989bee45⋯.jpg (185.88 KB, 1080x720, 3:2, three part boxset intensif….jpg)


 No.197323

>>197322

They haven't even got up to S8 in the UNIT timeline; they won't be doing it anytime soon.


 No.197324

File: 99a3ed398786be9⋯.png (23.04 KB, 601x249, 601:249, skelly.PNG)

Wow skelly wow


 No.197325

>>197322

UNIT: The Hard Brexit

UNIT: The Ultimate Referendum

UNIT: Lost In The Dark Dimension


 No.197326

File: ee6fb010f4100f8⋯.jpg (146.41 KB, 454x716, 227:358, skellyshere.jpg)


 No.197327

Making a fake account to mock someone is teenager behavior.


 No.197328

>>197302

I'm not but I did realise the similarities of what I was writing about 2/3 of the way through that post


 No.197329


 No.197330


 No.197331

>>197329

You need to be 18 to be on this website


 No.197332

File: da173e584353ec1⋯.png (10.46 KB, 539x77, 7:1, Untitled.png)

>


 No.197333

File: 08251e02048775a⋯.jpg (198.97 KB, 1080x1442, 540:721, series 11 core audience.jpg)


 No.197334

>>197331

Why do you let your monky post here then?


 No.197335

File: e93ba8812f18af9⋯.png (215.1 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, monkass.png)

how often do you see what i like on twitter


 No.197336

>>197334

I'm not the one complaining about the fake twitter account


 No.197337

Get up on the floor


 No.197338

File: 2a8fcd06084960e⋯.png (6.22 KB, 205x69, 205:69, Untitled.png)

!


 No.197339

>>197338

please no… dont cancel me…


 No.197340

TheCancelledStorm


 No.197341

Dancing to the break of dawn.


 No.197342

File: 72d29768c5e32e9⋯.png (12.49 KB, 267x66, 89:22, Untitled.png)


 No.197343

DWE of Morph being so obsessed with you that he makes a full account impersonating you on Twitter?


 No.197344

Is Russian and English a bit easier to learn if you already know the other because the letter's are similar? Compared to Japanese.


 No.197345

>>197343

skelly…its time to stop…


 No.197346


 No.197347

>>197345

I didn't make that post


 No.197348

>>197347

Eughr I'm not gonna do this whole falseflag game, it gets done enough with Nilso.


 No.197349

>>197347

Not me


 No.197350

>>197346

imagine actually going to a barber for a haircut that isn't a number yikes lmao


 No.197351

>>197350

…right…


 No.197352

>>197350

I just cut my own hair once a year


 No.197353


 No.197354

>>197344

I'm not sure about En to Ru, but Ru to En is not that hard, i had much more problems with french and japanese and latin. french is more counter-intuitive than english to me, and japanese has kanji and it sucks


 No.197355


 No.197356

>>197355

do justcuts even do dyeing?


 No.197357

>>197348

Assume that all posts on both sides aren't me. I'm largely just silently observing, everything is innocuous enough that there's no reason to have any emotion towards it besides amusement


 No.197358

>>197350

>not going to an actual hairdresser

>not getting your hair washed before you get it cut

some of you don't know how to live


 No.197359

>>197358

Fuck off bourgie


 No.197360


 No.197361

Why does every justcuts have a cutout of grant denyer in them?


 No.197362

fake skellys tweets continuously proving to be more amusing than the real skellys posts on /who/


 No.197363

File: feb08e20ede3629⋯.png (142.9 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Nerd_with_Glasses_Emoji_2a….png)

>I'm largely just silently observing, everything is innocuous enough that there's no reason to have any emotion towards it besides amusement


 No.197364

>>197361

because he's the most famous person they could pay


 No.197365

Is the grant denyer cutout slightly shrunken or is he actually that short in real life?


 No.197366

Post the one about human gazing or whatever


 No.197367

Sorry to be a killjoy but I actually do really like Jo


 No.197368

>>197365

This I'm also curious about


 No.197369

>>197366

>What Chris wanted to do, particularly in the cast and in the story, is reflect the world we live in today. Very often, we’re only seeing stories being told through the white male gaze. That’s what Doctor Who always celebrated.


 No.197370

>>197365

He's 165cm


 No.197371

>>197370

They're probably slightly shrunken then. Probably didn't want people comparing with his real height so they tried to hide it by resizing it


 No.197372

Any hope that GoT is good this year?


 No.197373

what are some doctor who and torchwood episodes which you are aware are very flawed and maybe straight up bad but you love them anyway?


 No.197374

>>197372

It will be entertaining.


 No.197375

>>197373

Pretty much all of Season 16 bar The Armageddon Factor but The Stones of Blood especially.


 No.197376

>>197374

which is more than can be said of doctor who this year!


 No.197377

>>197376

Or last year. Or next year.


 No.197378

>>197374

Sunday night popcorn kind of entertaining?


 No.197379

>>197376

im late


 No.197380

Bluepill: Trial is shit

Redpill: Trial is good

Blackpill: Trial is shit


 No.197381

>>197378

Saturday night.


 No.197382

File: c90cb2ff7faaee6⋯.jpg (13.47 KB, 300x168, 25:14, download.jpg)

I know what to do with the sunday night popcorn this year!


 No.197383

skelly here. just slid in a certain /who/re's DMs ;)


 No.197384

Killing companions works as a subversion of your expectation that the companion always lives but what happens when everyone expects the companion to die?


 No.197385

I can think of a certain /who/ser on a Sunday night.


 No.197386

>>197385

Oh I bet you do.


 No.197387

On this day in fictional history, in 1941, Captain Jack Harkness meets himself.


 No.197388

>>197373

A Good Man Goes to War, Let's Kill Hitler, and The Wedding of River Song


 No.197389

>>197384

Nobody expects 13's companions to die.


 No.197390

Is skelly's avatar the anime embodiment of the INTJ stare?


 No.197391


 No.197392

>>197389

Graham? Cancer?


 No.197393

>>197392

Will never be brought up again.


 No.197394

>>197373

Delta & Bannermen


 No.197395

If series 12 doesn't start with 13 being gone for an unknown period of time, returning to see Graham in a hospital gown, sitting in a wheelchair, with a bald head then Chibnall is a fucking HACK


 No.197396

File: 363a850afc76d15⋯.jpg (137.84 KB, 720x1440, 1:2, Screenshot_20190122-155547.jpg)


 No.197397

Graham dying of cancer would be far too kino for chibnall who


 No.197398

s12 better subvert some expectations


 No.197399

File: 0fe27d5aa3c0eaf⋯.jpg (178.21 KB, 759x727, 759:727, 1547893950648.jpg)


 No.197400

13 is pregnant in s12, ryan is the dad


 No.197401

>>197397

If all you care about is Ryan's man pain


 No.197402

>>197401

Ryan is the only one besides graham who gave a convincing emotional performance in S11


 No.197403

>>197401

>man pain

implying that men expressing their emotional issues should be derided

kindly fuck off with your enabling of toxic masculinity


 No.197404

>>197403

I hate men though


 No.197405

>>197404

for someone who hates men you're doing a good job of still loving toxic masculinity


 No.197406

File: feb08e20ede3629⋯.png (142.9 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Nerd_with_Glasses_Emoji_2a….png)


 No.197407

>>197404

Not me but I agree with the sentiment.


 No.197408

File: 7c4a47b503acbe5⋯.jpg (56.8 KB, 750x536, 375:268, op op op oppa gangnam styl….jpg)

DWE?


 No.197409

>>197408

e n l i g h t e n e d . . .


 No.197410

DUDE


 No.197411

File: c911d4c24b07587⋯.jpg (137.5 KB, 612x800, 153:200, 1548119809065.jpg)

DWE?


 No.197412

File: dd830cd8ce4d8e6⋯.png (124.38 KB, 598x586, 299:293, google.PNG)


 No.197413

>>197411

Marco Polo


 No.197414

Let's put a smile on Skelly's face


 No.197415

Skelly wears blue contacts


 No.197416

>>197415

on top of my already blue eyes?


 No.197417


 No.197418

I can think of a certain /who/ser with blue eyes.


 No.197419

skelly post pics of your wet concave eyes


 No.197420

>>197418

and tentacles


 No.197421

File: 4f5f6c8089f6c78⋯.png (313.15 KB, 735x720, 49:48, uf9YNVm.png)

>>197420

I meant me.


 No.197422

File: f5eabb4c8147ea3⋯.png (264.13 KB, 620x413, 620:413, SAEIT'n.png)

>>197373

The Witchfinders


 No.197423

Reminder that blue-eyed cucks can't handle bright light as well as brown-eyed chads. They're also going extinct.


 No.197424

top 3 S11 scenes

1. Spiders lured by grime music

2. Prem dies

3. King James entrance

3.


 No.197425

How come when TOS likes a POC dying it's okay but when I like a woman being brainwashed I'm cancelled


 No.197426

File: 29f4b4006a87eae⋯.png (697.7 KB, 1378x688, 689:344, aah.png)


 No.197427

>>197425

his honeyed foreign tones hold a hypnotic power over /who/


 No.197428

>>197395

No, no, it has to happen partway through an episode, like in Time of the Doctor/Last Christmas, for the ultimate gut punch.

If Chibnall does this, all – ALL – will be forgiven.


 No.197429

File: 28478dd3e7663a7⋯.jpg (19.13 KB, 400x320, 5:4, 3098.jpg)

Russian honey


 No.197430

>>197424

who the fuck is prem


 No.197431

>>197430

yaz's nan's husband


 No.197432

>>197425

It's Graham dying not Ryan. He's still in the based zone.


 No.197433

Who the fuck is Kinda? Did this guy misspell Linda or something?


 No.197434

I'm kinda, kinda with a K


 No.197435

>>197431

oh yeah


 No.197436


 No.197437

What's the best black mirror episode


 No.197438

>>197437

real life :O


 No.197439

What's Broken mirrors best 'episode'?


 No.197440

>>197437

The Metalhead.


 No.197441

>>197439

Epzode 10


 No.197442

>>197437

San Junipero or Fifteen Million Merits.


 No.197443

>>197439

I'm partial to the "it's evil" rant from the Kerblam ending


 No.197444

What's a good videogame?


 No.197445

What's the worst black mirror episode


 No.197446

File: 3fbf631acdd2ffb⋯.jpg (17.86 KB, 267x316, 267:316, sia.jpg)

File: f0d74d9790e94f4⋯.jpg (31.32 KB, 234x321, 78:107, sontaran-linx-time-warrior….jpg)

File: f1f33af0e0bcebc⋯.jpg (38.35 KB, 599x401, 599:401, king.jpg)

File: 2a0188b9d89e674⋯.jpg (85.17 KB, 768x433, 768:433, matt_leblanc.jpg)

Every story ever told really happened. Stories are where memories go when they’re forgotten


 No.197447

>>197444

Star Wars: The Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords


 No.197448

>>197444

What genre are you into?


 No.197449

>>197445

Crocodile


 No.197450

>>197444

Deus Ex Human Revolution.

Or Steins;Gate


 No.197451

>>197444

Beyond Good & Evil (2003)


 No.197452

>>197445

Men Against Fire


 No.197453

>>197449

i couldn't believe they actually bothered to commit that to video the first time I saw it


 No.197454

Metalhead

San Junipero

Be Right Back

Fifteen Million Merits

Bandersnatch

USS Callister

The Entire History of You

Playtest

White Christmas

Nosedive

Shut Up and Dance

White Bear

The National Anthem

Hang the DJ

Black Museum

Arkangel

Hated In The Nation

The Waldo Moment

Men Against Fire

Crocodile


 No.197455

>>197448

I like rpgs and semi-visual novels mainly because I have terrible reflexes.


 No.197456

>>197428

Remember when they accidentally left Graham with Ryans dad in Resolution and had to come back for him

Imagine if they had come back too late, 13 was too busy paying attention to the dalek, and we know how the tardis struggles with short hops, and so they show up late.

They pile out into the lounge and they freeze. Sitting in an old armchair in the corner of the room is a frail old man. Hooked up to a machine, a nurse checking in on him. The frenetic pace of the tardis scenes grinds to a halt as we see what has happened.


 No.197457

Serious question right there

So why not commit a murder?


 No.197458

>>197457

it'd feel bad


 No.197459

>>197453

I'd like a certain showrunner to commit something on video, if you know what I mean 📹😈


 No.197460


 No.197461


 No.197462

>>197444

I've been playing Iconoclasts recently and loving it, I'd never heard of it before this month


 No.197463

>>197455

Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga


 No.197464

>>197455

Planescape: Torment

Fallout 1, 2, New Vegas

Deus Ex, Human Revolution, Mankind Divided

Elder Scrolls 2, 3, 4

The Witcher 1, 2, 3

KOTOR 1, 2

Dragon Age & Mass Effect


 No.197465

>>197464

get a load of this normie


 No.197466

>>197455

to the moon is good if you havent played it

deponia (series of point and click quests) are very stylish and theres a nice story

stanley parable / the beginners guide both take less than 5 hours to beat but those are fantastic

portal / portal 2 dont require reflexes but they are just great (moffat approved)

papers please is good

steins gate (if you tolerate japanese shit)


 No.197467

Is neo the only one here who hates women?


 No.197468

File: d3699e6cbad4c13⋯.jpg (28.43 KB, 326x302, 163:151, dzmugb8asra21.jpg)


 No.197469

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.197470

I can think of a certain woman.


 No.197471

>>197464

Is there any appeal to earlier Elder Scrolls if I've already played Skyrim? I thought it would just be the same game with less quality of life changes.

>>197466

I loved To The Moon and tried the sequel but something about it made me overly sad during the first few hours so I've not played past there. I've actually already downloaded both Portals and Steins;Gate for ages but haven't played them yet so I'll try those.


 No.197472

in fact, portal 2 is approved both by moffat and brooker, so its officially blessed game


 No.197473

>>197471

Did you like Skyrim, and if so, what about it?

>>197467

Nobody hates women like Neo does, except of course Nilso, but it comes from a different place.


 No.197474

>>197471

The earlier Elder Scrolls are far, far better, but recommending 2 is a bit of a meme because there's no way you'll enjoy it unless you already like 90s PC games. Morrowind and Oblivion are definitely playable though, and there's shit tonnes of QOL mods and whatnot. Morrowind is beyond enthralling and creative and weird and captivating. Oblivion is Skyrim but charming+good.


 No.197475

>>197472

and it's just a fucking great game


 No.197476

File: d51d6a1f3d7b96e⋯.jpg (20.81 KB, 500x500, 1:1, smug-anime-faces-magical-i….jpg)

>>197474

>Oblivion is… good


 No.197477

>>197473

I liked the leveling system in Skyrim. Going back to towns to smith shit to get to better armour was also really fun.


 No.197478

i realised skyrim is a good game when i happened upon this and the memories came flooding back https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qC9Ri2hZsos

it's iconic, it's still got magic, i don't care if the gameplay isn't as deep


 No.197479

>>197477

>Going back to towns to smith shit to get to better armour was also really fun.

Can I interest you in a little thing called Minecraft


 No.197480

>>197478

the music was good but writing was bad


 No.197481

>>197476

I've played every fucking TES game, Arena, Redguard, all that shit, I'm not some zoomer who's only played Oblivion and Skyrim. Oblivion is legit good and holds its own with the betters of the series. It has the best music of the series and the quest writing is great. Plus the expansions were delirious MK tier greatness.


 No.197482

>>197479

I don't like games without plot.


 No.197483

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

kino.


 No.197484

>>197478

It's a good game but it's just nowhere near as good as Oblivion let alone Morrowind; everything it does well were done better in those. It just does everything easier. Which is fine and I'm glad it brought even more people joy but it's no meme people were more enchanted by the earlier ones.


 No.197485

>>197477

If you like the leveling and the smithing and the armor then no, you won't like Oblivion.

Although, Oblivion does have one thing in its favor that Skyrim doesn't, spell crafting. If that sounds fun to you, then you should give it a shot.

And if you really like the crafting in Skyrim, Fallout 4 is a considerable upgrade on the same principles.


 No.197486

>>197479

I looked up minecraft again recently to see what had changed

they added in a flying enemy that will spawn and kill you if you don't go to sleep for 3 in-game days

they funded a trip to china to record some panda noises for a creature type that has literally no gameplay value beyond looking cute

shit's fucked, they have no idea what they're doing


 No.197487

>>197485

cursed post


 No.197488

New Vegas

1

2

4

Tactics

3

BOS


 No.197489

>>197482

galaxy brain


 No.197490


 No.197491

>>197486

Yikes

I remember when doors were a fancy new addition


 No.197492

>>197490

Haven't played yet. If it goes F2P at some point I will.

Related: ESO is actually quite good.


 No.197493

File: 4b01f6d853fa370⋯.jpg (47.41 KB, 605x720, 121:144, 5e0b787.jpg)

>new who has never done an anicent egypt or incan episode

10 fucking seasons, and the vast majority of episodes are in europe or usa. shameful


 No.197494

god i love old games aesthetically but not in practice

why can't i be fucking patient enough to deal with difficult controls and no qol improvements


 No.197495

I remeber the times when there was only creative mode in minecraft and I somehow managed to find it interesting to play


 No.197496

>>197482

>Minecraft and Dwarf Fortress don't have plots!!


 No.197497

The Empire Strikes Back

A New Hope

The Last Jedi

The Force Awakens

Return of the Jedi

Solo

Rogue One

The Phantom Menace

Revenge of the Sith

Attack of the Clones


 No.197498

Morrowind

Daggerfall

Oblivion

ESO

Redguard

Skyrim

Arena

Legends

Battlespire


 No.197499

>>197493

i can't believe we've seen a pyramid in new who at least twice and neither of them have been ancient egypt episodes

just how have they not gone to ancient egypt or greece yet like wtf


 No.197500

>>197488

it was sweet when Joshua Sawyer went on soystream and said that lgbtq people should apply for dev positions in the industry and they are welcomed


 No.197501

>>197499

Dinosaurs on a Spaceship

But you're right. Classic who barely touched Egypt either. It's bizarre that we never got a Cleopatra historical with 1, for example.


 No.197502

>>197494

You can always just hack them to shit so you can toy with the gameplay in theory but blaze through the content in practice


 No.197503

>>197466

Dude the beginner's guide was so much more kino than I was expecting it to be, very realistically presented too. I wish there were more Vidya like it


 No.197504

>>197493

Didn't Matt Smith write fanfic about himself and Einstein in Ancient Egypt or something

Why can't someone just make that


 No.197505

>>197500

I have been in love with Josh Sawyer for years, he's an amazing guy, so interesting.


 No.197506

File: 33703eac1b46010⋯.jpg (248.78 KB, 2000x1463, 2000:1463, 1544411905.jpg)

>>197499

>post yfw "Series 12 Episode 4 - 'The Sphynx of Sheffield' by Chris Chibnall"


 No.197507

>>197496

What is the objective in Minecraft? It seemed to me that it just throws you in and you make your own fun, which I can already do without buying a game.


 No.197508

>>197504

>Why can't someone just make that

it was one of *those* fanfics


 No.197509

I can think of a certain fanfic.


 No.197510

>>197501

I have a feeling people would complain about cleopatra being played by a white person, even though cleopatra was greek.


 No.197511

>>197507

there's no plot in minecraft except that there's a dragon as a boss in the end or something


 No.197512

did anyone else write fanfics


 No.197513

>>197507

It's a sandbox game. It gives you toys and it's up to you what you do with them. Some people gather resources to create buildings, others want to explore and battle shit. The social dimension with servers is a big appeal as well.


 No.197514

oh yeah a lot of people did, i forgot shit trips exists


 No.197515

>>197482

you don't like

>Super Mario Bros

>Tetris

>Snake


 No.197516

>>197512

I had an entire season planned but I only wrote half of episode 1. It was all fanwank shite anyways, I've got about 7 dr who fanfics I want to write now and I'm trying to avoid using any established villains


 No.197517


 No.197518


 No.197519

>>197512

I used to write fanfics for Fable as a kid.


 No.197520

>>197515

>Super Mario Bros

>No plot

Mama mia!


 No.197521

>>197517

that's not minecraft!!! that's minecraft: story mode!


 No.197522

File: f3c7b2b144f16a0⋯.png (13.79 KB, 200x209, 200:209, thumb_what-is-lgbt-luigi-g….png)

>i play mario for the plot!


 No.197523

>>197512

Two shit trips, one of them an old war doctor fic. I've also got a triptych of two-act short stories that's set around the moon landing but I abandoned it because… I dunno, I'm a piece of shit or something.


 No.197524

i watch doctor who for the plot


 No.197525

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>I play mario for the plot!


 No.197526

File: 85da388f326e597⋯.jpg (113.74 KB, 960x640, 3:2, hdo4jzJuWXw-pQr3puSbenyaSj….jpg)

>i like rpgs because of the stories


 No.197527

>>197520

The Super Mario Bros games have the barest plot possible - and that's a good thing! Platformers with a heavy plot are cringe.


 No.197528

When I say I like plot, I mean I want there to be a defined objective/s to do. Going from left to right is the bare minimum I can think of right now.


 No.197529

>>197501

That would have been kino


 No.197530

>>197512

lots of doctor who when i was like 10

runescape too lol, just the adventures of me and my friends


 No.197531

>>197528

>he can't define his own objectives

Cringe.


 No.197532

>he plays games without customisable content or level editors

Cringe cringe cringe


 No.197533

>>197531

If I'm buying someone else's creation I would rather not have to make my own objectives. I can do that myself without a video game.


 No.197534

>>197528

>by plot I mean objective/s

Those are completely different things anon


 No.197535

File: 3b1ef4f55eb69c1⋯.jpg (61.02 KB, 600x450, 4:3, tlotoxl.jpg)

>>197510

Nobody would have complained in the Hartnell era, that's for sure.

People are complaining about it now, though.


 No.197536

Death in Heaven Sent


 No.197537

there's 1 man in the world who is playing doctor who infinity right now

who do you think he is


 No.197538

>>197533

someone post that nerd emoji


 No.197539

I actually got mad when I was 12 that the show would steal my idea to bring back the cybermats lol.


 No.197540

>>197533

If you can't find any joy in setting your own objectives then you have no creativity.


 No.197541


 No.197542

>Doctor.Who.2005.S11.1080i.BluRay.REMUX.AVC.DTS-HD.MA.5.1-EPSiLON

finally. I think it'll include the commentaries but probably not the extras. If any of you know how to easily get an audio track from an mkv file I can try to rip them and share them with u fucks


 No.197543

File: 057e0781cc88cfb⋯.jpg (15.85 KB, 360x360, 1:1, 70415a084870a05f090d136b3b….jpg)

>>197540

>>197532

>>197531

This is my dog. He perks up when he detects video game dogmatism.


 No.197544


 No.197545

>>197535

People complained on tumblr because Rami Malek played a pharaoh, even though he's 7/8ths ethnically egyptian


 No.197546

Dogs have extremely sophisticated dogmatism detection.


 No.197547

>>197542

Where's you find, snahp?


 No.197548

>>197543

This is Prog. He perks up when he detects video game pr(a)gmatism


 No.197549

this is frog XD


 No.197550

>>197537

>62 all-time peak


 No.197551

>>197542

Could you share the mkvs as well? Maybe in the commentaries they react to things that are happening


 No.197552

>>197550

yeah it was dead from the start


 No.197553

>>197542

> If any of you know how to easily get an audio track from an mkv file I can try to rip them and share them with u fucks

Also I know how to do this and can tell you or just do it myself depending where they are.


 No.197554

File: 64d29a4e686301e⋯.jpg (83.4 KB, 600x362, 300:181, New-Dalek-Paradigm.jpg)


 No.197555

>>197554

Imagine thinking that looked in any way like a dalek spaceship


 No.197556

le froge


 No.197557

File: 55d7928586d5648⋯.jpg (47.03 KB, 318x445, 318:445, 51VWoCigHsL._SY445_.jpg)

so can we decide once and for all, was it that bad?


 No.197558

>>197557

yes

it had ugly character designs and that's the worst crime an animated film can make


 No.197559

>>197557

it was supposed to be bad!


 No.197560

Want to feel old? The bird from Rio is extinct in the wild now.


 No.197561

Does anyone know much about the online commentaries? I'm putting together a team.


 No.197562

>>197560

do they still exist in shelters?


 No.197563

>>197560

I hate to be an inskel about this, but they were extinct in the wild when Rio came out too. The movie even mentions it.


 No.197564

I wish 13 could find a solution to save the real Donna I think Tate would make a great guest appearance to re-establish a link to previous incarnations of the Doctor maybe 13's stopping by Willard's funeral and decides to fix the meta crisis since she is a bit of a tinkerer/fixer.


 No.197565

>>197561

We should do episode commentaries now that there's gonna be nothing new to have in your podcast for a year


 No.197566

>>197565

>now that there's gonna be nothing new to have in your podcast for a year


 No.197567

>>197563

I never watched the movie.


 No.197568

/who/ cares book club this town will never let us go, loz's 9/11 book


 No.197569


 No.197570

File: 8040a1b14c82631⋯.png (284.73 KB, 1198x1024, 599:512, 74f89c6.png)


 No.197571

I can think of a certain 9/11.


 No.197572

File: dc5f3cae7cb1b6e⋯.jpg (795.32 KB, 800x1193, 800:1193, IMG_1287.JPG)

was it the utmost of kinos?


 No.197573

File: 1fc36f7394607f5⋯.jpg (235.43 KB, 1596x2048, 399:512, DWM-#526-038.jpg)


 No.197574

Vortex>DWM


 No.197575

>>197572

Yes. There were trees near where I grew up that had leaves in the same star pattern that made me really happy.


 No.197576

File: 73daa3beb31b18e⋯.jpg (326.96 KB, 1000x1519, 1000:1519, open-uri20150422-12561-v5w….jpg)

Was it peak kino?


 No.197577

File: 4778d51a2ab6153⋯.jpg (32.49 KB, 336x500, 84:125, treasure.jpg)

was it underappreciated kino? the answer is yes btw


 No.197578

>>197551

in vlc you can play a regular video file and an audio track (file->advanced open file). I don't see why it shouldn't sync up with the web-dl's desu

>>197547

>>197553

yeah snahp. I'm already downloading what should be two episodes (hate this zippyshare shit instead of 1 file per episode on mega) rn so if you could tell me how to do it i'd be v appreciative.

I also just genuinely want to know how to do it regardless lol


 No.197579

>>197577

yfw treasure planet inspired the aesthetic for S11 promotional material


 No.197580

>>197551

it's a REMUX which is essentially the blu-ray files without any re-encodes to cut down on file size. Past series episodes have been around 9-14 GB each depending on the length or if they were filmed in HD (S1-4's upscales are 8-9GB but still look like standard def, kinda pointless desu)

so no i'm not going to upload that cuz i don't have time/storage space but if I see them rehosted on mega I'll post a link here for sure


 No.197581

File: 51a3db6d0780940⋯.jpg (295.59 KB, 1892x1030, 946:515, mkv1.jpg)

>>197578

Okay easiest way to do it is downloading this program/set of programs/GUI for a set of functions

https://www.fosshub.com/MKVToolNix.html

Then open it up, drag an mkv into it

Uncheck all the stuff besides the audio you want to solely extract (ie I unchecked the video stream [MPGG], the main audio stream [ENGLISH], the chapters, subtitles if they're there)

Then click start multiplexing and it will spit out the audio file

However you probably want to change it into a more usable format. Are you good with converting that sort of thing? There's loads of programs that can convert mka into mp3 for you.


 No.197582

>>197578

also it's nice to see you use your name! make a twitter


 No.197583

neos hired by twitter to bring new users to their dying platform


 No.197584

>>197581

oh sweet i already have mkvtoolnix on my computer, I guess I've used it before for something else. And re: converting mka into mp3 or whatever yeah I can probably do that with XLD ezpz

thanks!


 No.197585

Conspiracy theory at work today is that the blood moon is causing earthquakes


 No.197586

>>197584

no worries

whats the title of thread youre using for s11 rip


 No.197587

Ripping the Torchwood blurays atm so we have juicy special features and commentaries


 No.197588

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

DWE?


 No.197589

Doctor Who should become more like Steven Universe (self.doctorwho)


 No.197590

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


 No.197591

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>adam ruins video games

okay, this is EPIC!!!!!!


 No.197592

>>197586

it's on the main blog but the uploader just reposted it on the forum in the REMUX section for television.

The guy uploaded a few Christmas specials at the beginning of the new year (all RTD-era ones though) and I messaged him on like the 5th asking about the rest+Day of the Doctor and he said he'd get on it but hasn't uploaded any yet. I messaged him again earlier today seeing what the status was but hopefully him uploading S11 means he's got the rest on the way since he usually uploads them in groups


 No.197593

>>197591

omg vidya game adam


 No.197594

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

don't let nilso see this!


 No.197595

>>197592

I wish I could upload my stuff myself for here more but Aus Internet is shit and bluray muxes take fucking forever. I'm working on uploading all the DVDrips of Moff's pre Sherlock/Who stuff though.

just saw it go up on the forum, awesome


 No.197596

File: 2117a284961596a⋯.jpg (63.9 KB, 2086x190, 1043:95, Screen Shot 2019-01-22 at ….jpg)

>finally finished downloading the first 2 episodes

>start unraring, don't know which episodes they're going to be

>pic related

aaaAAAAAAAAAA


 No.197597


 No.197598

>Series 11 remux

>Stars: Matt Smith, David Tennant, Peter Capaldi, Jenna Coleman


 No.197599

samcj will a megalink go up do you think or are we stuck with zippyshare


 No.197600

File: d17d21dfc96adaf⋯.jpg (206.25 KB, 1876x970, 938:485, imnotstoppingnowanyquestio….jpg)

104.37 GB of pure Series 11


 No.197601

>>197599

considering one hasn't gone up for any of the previous series, stuck with zippyshare i'm afraid :(

I just use jdownloader2 to download them in chunks of 12ish gigs or larger depending on how much free space I have at the time and use The Unarchiver on the rar files. It's impossible to know which episode you're going to get but sometimes I'll catch the first chunk of whatever the next episode is and it's like a lil next time teaser.

also the second episode is Kerblam! but I don't think it has a commentary either, fuck me


 No.197602

>>197564

>since she is a bit of a tinkerer/fixer.

aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH


 No.197603

o baby demons is next, hopefully i've already downloaded most of the .rar's so it won't take too long to get the rest


 No.197604

File: 0ff9ed34c0f9639⋯.jpg (881.49 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, title_t00.mkv_snapshot_04.….jpg)

Torchwood was one of the BBC's first forays into HD camerawork wasn't it? I know they ended up using the same cameras for Doctor Who when they uh learned how to best use them.

>>197601

Cool cool I will use this jdownloader2 program of yours


 No.197605

>never experienced doctor who on blu ray

i really need to buy series 8/9, i've never seen them in amazing quality

seeing torchwood s1 in proper hd is crazy


 No.197606

File: ae116127585d6b9⋯.jpg (963.28 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Doctor Who The Complete Ni….jpg)

>>197605

Capaldi years look phenomenal on bluray


 No.197607

Fun fact the individual blurays of S5 and S6 and their inclusion in most compilations is a 1080i worse quality transfer than S7 onwards, and the only sets that had the remastered s5 and s6 are long out of print


 No.197608

it's weird sometimes to think there are based anons here you never put a face to the name until something minor happens and then stuff they say coalesces into an identity


 No.197609

>>197601

>The Unarchiver

What exactly is this for?


 No.197610

>>197608

Yes, I have a whole section about this in my notebook.


 No.197611

>>197609

It's like 7zip but for mac


 No.197612


 No.197613

>>197609

unarchiving the .rar files. For some reason keka and unrarx which I rormally use on rar/zips don't work because they register the files as incomplete since I don't download the entire 115 GB for the full series all at once. But The Unarchiver works perfectly (although only if i highlight all the files and open them in the application, if i just open the first .rar it doesn't work)

I'm on a mac btw so maybe it's easier on a PC


 No.197614


 No.197615

>>197611

>>197613

oh cool right i didnt realise you were a mac guy-or-girl

>>197614

can we hear something from your notebook


 No.197616

Eden did you catch that bit of andrew ellard drama last night


 No.197617

>>197614

Share something you have filed under Cats


 No.197618

>>197615

guy

>>197616

what was it? i saw one of his tweets referencing some sort of twitter drama he was annoyed with but couldnt figure out what it was referring to


 No.197619

wtf the series 11 bluray isnt even meant to be out yet

based samcj


 No.197620

>>197618

lol he deleted it within like 2 minutes of posting it, I'm just a serial refresher and read it before it got unwritten (time can be unwritten! - t. 11)

It was basically him saying He was verged at people judging people for who they follow on Twitter, that following isn't necessarily endorsement, and that judging people based on follows is the equivalent of gaoling people based on what books they check out of the library

Just be glad he didn't use the star of David parallel lol

And yes of course he follows Graham, what else would he be talking about


 No.197621

If seeing the tweets of people you apparently genuinely abhor is so important, why don't people just pull a Skelly and occasionally go check their twitter page directly


 No.197622

>>197621

what if i cant keep track of all the people i hate, but would benefit from seeing what they say.


 No.197623

>>197622

Genuinely curious why the fuck one would want to use a social media platform to 'keep track of all the people [one] hate"s


 No.197624

>>197623

I use twitter mainly for keeping up to date with notable people like politicians and writers and stuff. Not really for social media purposes. I just use facebook for that stuff.


 No.197625

>>197622

make a twitter not associated with your identity for the purpose of following accounts you don't want to be related to you


 No.197626

>>197624

You use Twitter for news?


 No.197627

>>197625

that's what I do.

>>197626

Basically yeah, atleast for news sources.


 No.197628

File: 2f51e895275e151⋯.jpg (159.98 KB, 673x788, 673:788, lol.jpg)

>>197627

Right.


 No.197629

should probably point out i follow 1500+ accounts on my non trip account


 No.197630

>>197628

How do you make twitter look dark?


 No.197631

>>197629

post screencap


 No.197632

>>197628

y i k e s


 No.197633

>>197628

oh no no NO


 No.197634

>>197629

kinda doxx yourself pls


 No.197635

>>197630

Night mode should be in settings :)


 No.197636

>>197631

no lol

>>197628

is the point here that I follow trump? it was the first account that came up when I made that trip account, didnt really put much thought into it.


 No.197638

>>197636

You liked a tweet of his today.


 No.197639

>>197637

I use Scrivener for many purposes, including that.


 No.197640

>>197638

…and?


 No.197641

>>197637

I have multiple textedit windows open with notes about different things


 No.197642

>>197640

its time to stop posting kinda


 No.197643

Refresh /doctorwho/ for a present


 No.197644

>>197642

I have literally no idea what i've done wrong


 No.197645

>>197643

no, I saved your notepad picture and will keep it forever


 No.197646

>>197645

I wasn't referring to that, I just added a new flag


 No.197647

>>197646

bottom of the list is still youtube v2 for me


 No.197648

File: 85fa6ff2c8de12f⋯.jpg (179.92 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2019-01-22 at ….jpg)

blu-ray tine lime


 No.197649

File: 1180aecdd763354⋯.png (284.77 KB, 498x342, 83:57, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.197650

I can think of a certain lime 😘


 No.197651

File: 1ed6583ab0333ab⋯.jpg (227.17 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2019-01-22 at ….jpg)

scronch-ray


 No.197652

Jane in Coupling is actually based


 No.197653

>>197652

janed and janepilled


 No.197654

I don't get Sally's personality


 No.197655

>>197654

lacks faith in herself and paralysingly afraid of death


 No.197656

>>197654

how do u feel about Yasmin Khan?


 No.197657

>>197606

watching them on bbc one and iplayer did not do them justice at all


 No.197658

File: 2e097bf3b6a395f⋯.jpg (261.56 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, Screen Shot 2019-01-22 at ….jpg)

DID IT!

>Doctor Who Demons of the Punjab Commentary by producer Alex Mercer, actors Mandip Gill, Shane Zaza, and writer Vinay Patel.mp3

https://mega.nz/#!beBxXC7S!jhCgN8bt2vyZQMo-dCG1gEdX-P5ktOuB3UHulwrcWRY


 No.197659

>>197656

The character? Terrible non-entity.

>>197657

Also the sound mix and sound design in general is really quite good some eps, really worth the bluray in that regard

>>197655

She doesn't seem that different from the other two… ;/


 No.197660

>>197658

legend


 No.197661

>I've got a wooden leg

KEK


 No.197662

>>197658

i'll do the rest tomorrow but does anyone know which of the other episodes have commentaries? Rosa, Tsuranga, Woman, right?


 No.197663

oh shit he's watching man with two legs


 No.197664

So I missed the whole Harry Potter fad and I'm thinking I'll finally get around to watching them. Is there a certain order you guys would recommend? I know people have strong opinions on Star Wars order, so I figure it's probably the same with these.


 No.197665

>>197659

Sally's best stuff is in S3


 No.197666

>>197664

yeah i recommend order of the phoenix, that's the harry potter one


 No.197667

>>197659

>The character?

No I mean, what do you think of her articles in the guardian?


 No.197668


 No.197669

>>197664

is this a meme

but if you're serious, just read the books desu and watch the first 3 movies. if you really want to you can watch the rest of the movies but only deathly hallows part 1 is good, the rest range from dogshit (deathly hallows part 2) to okay (half-blood prince). the books on the other hand range from great to god-tier.


 No.197670

>>197664

Just watch them in the order they came out. Harry Potter is a really interesting franchise, in that the first movie seems to be aimed at eleven year olds, and the last one aimed at eighteen year olds. I was lucky enough to really roughly age up with the series. If you haven't seen the series before, it might be weird that the series changes it's target demographic gradually, as the audience got older.


 No.197671

File: 78519929dd93ef5⋯.png (15.19 KB, 357x356, 357:356, ClipboardImage.png)

neo


 No.197672

>>197670

it was such a defining part of the 2000s for loads of people our age. similar to RTD who but obviously on a much bigger scale.


 No.197673

>>197672

(similar in terms of the feeling of cultural ubiquity i mean)


 No.197674

>>197672

Honestly RTD Who and Harry Potter really were a massive part of my childhood. I'll always have a lot of nostalgia and affection for both


 No.197675

>>197670

The books do a similar thing which is really jarring as they're incredibly cloying and childish at the start.


 No.197676

>>197670

>>197675

the books are definitely better, but yeah the age thing is even more noticeable there. Really interesting though. I'll probably read harry potter to my kids when I'm old


 No.197677


 No.197678

>>197664

read the books first. The first 2 movies are pretty much direct adaptations (I can only think of 1 or 2 things from each book that were left out of the movies) and the 3rd one is legitimate kino but starts to take more creative liberties. The 4th one is where the books went from 300 pages to 600+ pages and they basically just took the major story beats and left everything else out. Deathly Hallows being 2 movies should've meant they could include everything from that book (which was Rowling handing them the most cinematic possible ending to the series for them and all they'd have to do would be to change nothing) and the first part was that but the second part is just them throwing out everything that made the second half of the book good, keeping the stupid shit, and adding their own even stupider shit.


 No.197679


 No.197680

>>197674

same, got into it when the prisoner of azkaban was coming out because i was obsessed with the glimpses you'd get of the dementors in the trailers. found them terrifying but captivating.

i was also really into romance for some reason. it's weird, in basically everything i'd watch i'd really want the main characters to kiss. no idea why.


 No.197681

>>197680

I can think of a certain /who/ser you still feel that way about.


 No.197682

>>197680

skelly


 No.197683

>>197677

>twitterskelly doesn't give enough of a shit to make a color scheme out of me

I've never been so relieved to be so disappointed.


 No.197684

>>197682

never read or watched harry potter


 No.197685

>>197682

That is nothing like Skelly, it's either samcj or dilbert


 No.197686

>>197674

Harry Potter was super huge for my childhood as well

Something I will never reveal to anyone apart from here is that although I was the biggest Harry Potter fan I somehow managed to miss both the 6th book and movie. I have no idea how, I was pretty young.

But it was really incredible when I found out when I was about 16, so I read it and I got to have what felt like a brand new Harry Potter story, just for me. Several years after the series had ended


 No.197687

>>197678

>The 4th one is where the books went from 300 pages to 600+ pages

i remember a girl in primary school reading order of the phoenix. seemed like such a huge tome. i was sitting there with a dw new series adventure, the stone rose or something, feeling like such a fool


 No.197688

do we have any new filming photos other than just that one shot of the tardis?


 No.197689


 No.197690

>>197680

>it's weird, in basically everything i'd watch i'd really want the main characters to kiss. no idea why.

wait me too wtf

I remember reading the table of contents for the Prisoner of Azkaban book for the first time and seeing

>Twenty: "The Dementor's Kiss"

followed by

>Twenty-One: "Hermione's Secret"

and being like FUCK YES because i didn't know what a dementor was yet and assumed it was just an english word i didn't know cuz i was still a little kid and big dictionary words and nonsense harry potter names all look the same at that age


 No.197691

>>197685

hmm who would keep babbling on about some inane shit from his childhood


 No.197692

>>197691

Well, we all talk about Doctor Who here.


 No.197693

>>197689

this has a much better narrative than the wedding arc desu, props to the writers.


 No.197694

>>197691

Fuck off, I happen to enjoy whenever dilbert talks about his earlier experiences with media and whatnot, they're always insightful and spoken with his trademark unique tinge of humour. He's always a joy to read. It's not inane and it's not babbling, it's great and I'm glad we're lucky enough to host it here.


 No.197695

A FEW CHOICE CUTS AND YOU'VE GOT THE WOMAN OF YOUR DREAMS


 No.197696

What if the "fake" twitter account is actually just skelly shitposting?


 No.197697

jeffs crying


 No.197698

The skelly twitter is eden and the eden twitter is skelly. They've got an arrangement.


 No.197699

>>197690

hahaha that's the exact kind of thing i'd be dying to get to

and i sheepishly asked my mum to buy me a simpsons vhs because it had the episode 'bart's girlfriend' on it

obviously RTD who was exactly what i'd been looking for, also supplementing my raging ufo obsession

>>197694

:) thank you neo i was referring to myself in third person lol i didn't mean for it to seem like a different mean spirited poster


 No.197700

Is Patrick always such a chud


 No.197701

>>197699

KEK fuck i thought you were being dissed


 No.197702

I was also really into the kissing stuff in early books like that when I was really young, then I read a book with actual sex in it and I was like wew lmao. I backed off adult stuff for a while but eventually went back to it.


 No.197703

we could call it nilbert but that could just as easily involve nilso instead of neo


 No.197704

I was also really into the kissing stuff [with Dilbert]


 No.197705

>>197703

Dilbert and I are completely platonic.


 No.197706

>>197705

If you say so.


 No.197707

>>197701

i'm glad you had my back anyway

that's what… friends… are for


 No.197708

Are you an Ingiga or an Outg… no. omg


 No.197709

I was about to say are you an Ingiga or an Outgiga but then I realised. omg


 No.197710

shagging around like a mechanical giga


 No.197711

File: 45176db25e6ae93⋯.png (626.33 KB, 931x947, 931:947, ClipboardImage.png)

>>197709

>Outgiga


 No.197712

File: ecd4254a233e360⋯.jpg (76.69 KB, 458x565, 458:565, 14.jpg)


 No.197713

>>197711

You need to be about 3 metres deep into giglore to understand why "Outgiga" is redundant


 No.197714

I myself am in the Mariana Trench of giglore


 No.197715

imagine smile with series 11 cast


 No.197716

>>197715

How would 13 resolve the conflict?


 No.197717

>>197716

big speech about how it's the humans fault but then suddenly she genocides the robots anyway because they abused their own system


 No.197718

File: 99d794d2a5f298a⋯.gif (860.4 KB, 480x204, 40:17, gom jabbar.gif)


 No.197719

>>197715

Imagine The Power of Three


 No.197720

>>197719

i think i'd drop the show watching 13 do the waiting around sequence that 11 did. imagine 13 playing the wii


 No.197721

>>197720

Would be actual kino, what are you talking about


 No.197722

>>197721

>she does the sonic arm thing with the wii mote

ok you might be onto something


 No.197723

I’m a /who/ser…Get Me Out of Here!!!


 No.197724

>>197702

Imagine me, 10 years old, reading a doctor who book where the two companions have sex. I had no idea it would happen when I started the book, it's a normal story for the rest of it.


 No.197725

Which isn't even the worst. I picked up Invasion of the Cat People because it's set in Australia and then halfway through the book one of the characters has a flashback to his father becoming disabled and his mother committing murder suicide on him.


 No.197726

Reminder that Kate Orman is Australian and has the Seventh Doctor and Ace visit a cafe in Glebe of all places in one of her stories.


 No.197727

https://twitter.com/ellardent/status/870749725040967681

Sad thing is, it only took me twenty minutes


 No.197728


 No.197729

File: 22d9aee5b2a6af3⋯.jpg (1.03 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, title_t00.mkv_snapshot_42.….jpg)

When someone willingly watches S11


 No.197730

File: 4c9953c45d134f7⋯.jpg (56.93 KB, 720x380, 36:19, IMG_20190122_214312.jpg)

What is the doctor who equivalent? Some crossover with every current big finish show and all eras of the televised show? Could that be kino?


 No.197731

File: 1859c05890bdf8d⋯.jpg (32.05 KB, 285x321, 95:107, 9.jpg)

File: 1859c05890bdf8d⋯.jpg (32.05 KB, 285x321, 95:107, 9.jpg)

File: 1859c05890bdf8d⋯.jpg (32.05 KB, 285x321, 95:107, 9.jpg)

File: 1859c05890bdf8d⋯.jpg (32.05 KB, 285x321, 95:107, 9.jpg)

File: 1859c05890bdf8d⋯.jpg (32.05 KB, 285x321, 95:107, 9.jpg)

>>197730

>European Army


 No.197732

>>197731

It will still be smaller than the American army.


 No.197733

>>197732

1 non American is worth atleast 3 americans


 No.197734

if eu army forms we seriously look at moving to mars


 No.197735

Would you move to Mars even if it meant you had to be in fairly regular contact with Elon Musk?


 No.197736

who would be the commander in chief of a European army


 No.197737

During the second gulf war, Europe wasn't speaking from one voice at all, some where for, some where against other were neutrals. If EU had only one army, it would have been paralyzed ; some EU members would have lost their right to do what they think was right.


 No.197738

I think it would be a good idea to get rid of American geopolitical influence in Europe. They're not a reliable ally and I'm not so sure they'd come to our aid if shit hits the fan.

In my opinion, the main military threats to Europe are Putin's Russia and Erdogan's Turkey. The latter of which is in NATO, so would NATO even intervene if Turkey (re)started shit with Cyprus or Greece?

While detractors of a EU army usually point to things like communication problems as reason against it, when is the last time a war hasn't had people speaking different languages on the same side?

It just makes more sense for us to pool our defensive budgets together for better equipment than have every single country have a mediocre navy, a mediocre air force, etc.


 No.197739

File: 1c2ec196d8291a2⋯.jpg (44.33 KB, 976x549, 16:9, p0110jl8.jpg)

>EU federalisation


 No.197740

The bible tells us that different languages are unnatural and a punishment from god so what's the big deal with making a world language? English is already going to take over a large part of the globe through the internet.


 No.197741

>>197740

If we make a world language, god will come and scramble us all again!


 No.197742

>>197738

I think you'll find most of the arguments against aren't against it because of logistic reasons, but rather they don't want their country to be defacto ruled by some huge faceless monolith with no accountability or checks and balances


 No.197743

but brexit was a bad idea!


 No.197744

File: 1023755bc288ad9⋯.jpg (91.98 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, scream.jpg)


 No.197745

>>197742

>but rather they don't want their country to be defacto ruled by some huge faceless monolith with no accountability or checks and balances

just let them sort it out tee hee, less adulting for me!


 No.197746

>>197745

I like the EU because the EU means no visas and sorting out visas is too much adulting for this boy!


 No.197747

File: cf139f1392c7a9c⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 10.26 KB, 268x188, 67:47, l.png)

File: 9fb0c12f3093320⋯.gif (Spoiler Image, 157.8 KB, 800x1600, 1:2, o.gif)

imagine actually federalising perfectly self sufficient sovereign states together under some orwellian government of governments for le efficiency


 No.197748

>>197747

What's that second one, Game of Thrones?


 No.197749

File: feb08e20ede3629⋯.png (142.9 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Nerd_with_Glasses_Emoji_2a….png)

>>197748

A Song of Ice and Fire


 No.197750

>>197747

The US being one country is good for now, a whole lot of minorities and working class people in the South would be suffering much more if the rest of the country wasn't keeping them in line. Of course, you could also argue that the South is dragging the rest of the country down.


 No.197751

>>197747

>B-but it makes le gdp go up 1.3725%!!!!!


 No.197752

>>197750

I'm memeing; only a loon would use 'Orwellian' unironically in this day and age. Also they weren't unified for 'efficiency' lel.


 No.197753

>>197752

damn, i just morphed myself


 No.197754

We're living in a Hulkeian nightmare


 No.197755


 No.197756

yfw second referendum happens and leave still wins?


 No.197757

why are Americans so against unionisation and actual protesting?

Imagine if an equivalent amount of employees in Australia went a whole fucking month without pay but still being forced to work like those Americans, it would be complete fucking chaos.


 No.197758


 No.197759

>>197756

yfw second referendum happens and remain wins 52/48 but with a 20 percent lower turnout


 No.197760

yfw cummings comes back but it's to lead the remain campaign


 No.197761

>>197757

I think Americans unironically love the boot. It's not like they were born that way, it's how they're conditioned, but what else makes sense? They seem to crave domination.


 No.197762

yfw cum


 No.197763

amazing, the results of the 2nd referendum have just come in and…

leave: 1 vote

remain: 2 votes

and a shocking upset from the write-in candidate "nilsos pusy": 66 MILLION VOTES!!!


 No.197764

Americans defend tipping and intern culture


 No.197765

neowl defends fedora tipping and lintern culture


 No.197766

>>197762

draw your ahegao


 No.197767

Americans literally, literally still have slavery. It was never even outlawed, just relegated to one context.


 No.197768

>>197761

The irony of a nation born out of rebellion turning into this is fucking hilarious. Imagine how much better off they would have been if they stayed with the British and separated naturally like the rest of us did, they would have actually had a culture that didn't treat the working class like literal vermin, or at the very least a working class that would be willing to fight for their rights


 No.197769

>>197766

t. Hunter


 No.197770

>>197767

Which context?


 No.197771

>>197770

nilsonian wage slavery


 No.197772

>>197770

The clause outlawing slavery has an exception for those who have convicted of a crime. I.e you can legally enslave someone who walking on the street unlawfully


 No.197773

>>197768

Broken country. How the fuck can they ever get out of the pit they're in? I mean obviously I support people I think tangibly improve things but stuff like issues with guns is so hard-baked into their national identity that I don't see how it can ever be reasonably brooked.

>>197770

Prisons. The 13th amendment explicitly allows it.


 No.197774

actually, slavery is good, because maybe youll build something a billionare will use one day!


 No.197775

>>197773

Unironically the best bet is to just keep electing Bernie/trump types until something sticks, their beuracratic nightmare of a system doesn't really allow for tangible dissent, they don't even have referendums on anything and changing their constitution is the seppo equivalent of regicide


 No.197776

imagine a very big box


 No.197777

File: 9edd08f4ef418ea⋯.jpg (17.55 KB, 338x435, 338:435, saiga.jpg)

I can think of a certain /who/ser with a…uh…nevermind actually


 No.197778

>>197775

Also more zoomers in their govt like AOC who don't care about political norms


 No.197779

>episode that introduces the doctor and companion(s)

>future/space episode that sets up vague lore

>love letter to a famous historical figure

>schlocky back-to-earth story with companion's family and some political satire

>base-under-siege with a single monster that's more dangerous than it looks, running on instinct

>what if modern thing but in the future and vaguely sinister? also the doctor beats a villain but doesn't deal with the underlying issue

>episode about a companion's past and how time-travel can't stop personal family tragedies

>historical with horror elements and a campy-gay guest character, actually about women's rights

>small character-focused episode mostly remembered for one kino conversation

>finale with returning villain

which series am I talking about


 No.197780

File: 61cfc4ccd48edfe⋯.png (644.12 KB, 750x563, 750:563, 1548153901638.png)

How did comedians become experts on political economy? Do they make you study Locke and Rawls and Smith before you do a stand up set? Where did these people graduate in economics or is their undergraduate a combination of law/politics more often than economics?


 No.197781

>>197779

The only returning villain in resolution is Chris chibnall


 No.197782

>>197781

He was talking about the battle of rigatoni al dente


 No.197783

>>197780

It's because the American political system is a joke


 No.197784


 No.197785

>>197780

Who's a comedian there besides Conan?


 No.197786

>>197784

>all S11 companions above Clara


 No.197787

>ANOTHER one of my friends is trying to fuck a 16 year old

doctor who equi- nevermind that, what can I actually do to stop him?


 No.197788

>>197787

tell him to stop listening to 6ix9ine


 No.197789

>>197787

Reminds me of a certain…anyway, call him out on it, get others too, etc. You're like 19 or 20 right? Not okay.


 No.197790

File: 289ca514ab19007⋯.jpg (158.85 KB, 500x800, 5:8, контрабас.jpg)

when I was young I used to read russian clone of harry potter but with female protag and russian folklore as a basis instead of english


 No.197791

>>197790

Any good?


 No.197792

An unassuming English kid with glasses obtains a pet owl, and takes up his preordained destiny to enter a secret world of magic hidden in plain sight—brought to you by one of the world's most successful fantasy authors. Yep, Gaiman's The Books of Magic sure was something. I wonder if JK ever read it.


 No.197793

>>197790

That sounds kino


 No.197794

I've got the Rivers vs Masters set, do people want me to upload it


 No.197795

>>197791

it was enjoyable to say the least but i was very ashamed of reading it instead of real HP


 No.197796

>>197794

That'd be kino


 No.197797

File: 4ab2931066463e4⋯.jpg (1.52 MB, 1411x1411, 1:1, DRS0503_thelifeboatandthed….jpg)

They have to be stirring shit with this title, seriously


 No.197798

File: ffb692aef872ae2⋯.jpg (1.39 MB, 1411x1411, 1:1, DRS0502_thebekdeltest_1417.jpg)

er actually that titles fine, i meant this one


 No.197799

File: 90bba4e0d2e232d⋯.jpg (1.45 MB, 1411x1411, 1:1, DRS0504_concealedweapon_14….jpg)

File: 353381077cfc09f⋯.jpg (1.49 MB, 1411x1411, 1:1, DRS0502_animalinstinct_141….jpg)

File: 22283939cdcdccd⋯.jpg (2.67 MB, 1688x1500, 422:375, DRS05_slipcase_1688x1500.jpg)

the other covers

uploading to dropbox now


 No.197800

>>197798

>the bekdel test

>by jonathan morris


 No.197801

>>197794

could you also upload Rav2 at some point as well?


 No.197802

File: d3699e6cbad4c13⋯.jpg (28.43 KB, 326x302, 163:151, dzmugb8asra21.jpg)

>the bekdel test

>by jonathan morris


 No.197803

>>197801

yeah no sweat


 No.197804

>>197780

woah… we used to laugh at comedians and follow politicians… but now we follow comedians and laugh at politicians… amazing how far our country has fallen…


 No.197805

Will they go the entire audio without mentioning the Doctor? Should we take note of how long it takes fr him t be mentined?


 No.197806

Should we stream the bechdel test?


 No.197807

>>197806

I'll have it uploaded within 40min so it's a possibility.

>>197805

Why would they do that? He's mentioned all the time in the other sets.


 No.197808

LOL i totally missed your obvious joke >>197805


 No.197809

The LifewormNeo and The DeathwormMorphant


 No.197810


 No.197811

>>197810

>rape complaint

Interesting choice of words, makes it sound so nonchalant


 No.197812

Ain’t nobody judging 'cause I’m black or my controversial past


 No.197813

Chris Brown's hook on Play No Games has been stuck in my head for about 3 years now and every time I remember it I verge.


 No.197814

hello I would like to make a complaint


 No.197815

>>197814

edens been taking notes when i post personal things and its not fair!!!


 No.197816

hit or miss


 No.197817

>>197811

It also only mentions Rihanna and not his history of repeatedly abusing women since then.


 No.197818

File: 0813bf0ef3b7677⋯.png (761.26 KB, 640x669, 640:669, neos future is a DREAM.png)

>taking pictures of me again, Neo?


 No.197819

Nilso


 No.197820

File: d3699e6cbad4c13⋯.jpg (28.43 KB, 326x302, 163:151, dzmugb8asra21.jpg)


 No.197821

>>197820

the face of a man who is guilty as charged


 No.197822

>>197821

Actually that's a dog's face.


 No.197823

>>197821

>the face of a man


 No.197824

skellys face blind


 No.197825

neos text-voice blind


 No.197826

nilsos gay


 No.197827

Skelly has prosopagnosia


 No.197828


 No.197829

skellys here


 No.197830


 No.197831

>>197830

What the fuck


 No.197832

Please be a parody account or just skelly intentionally shitposting for shock value


 No.197833

skelly you seriously need to explain yourself. i'm THIS close to cancelling you


 No.197834

>>197832

>still believing it could possibly be a real account


 No.197835

>>197834

It is a real account.


 No.197836

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

thread theme


 No.197837

skelly you should tweet again and you might get a surprise


 No.197838

>>197837

From whom?


 No.197839

>>197838

only one way to find out!


 No.197840

let's just say it might be something you asked for earlier


 No.197841


 No.197842

nope wasn't funny enough nevermind


 No.197843

>>197842

i didn't realise it had to be funny. do i get a second chance?


 No.197844

>>197843

depends


 No.197845


 No.197846

Objectively funny, anon needs to share that thing now. I'm pretty sure I know what it is and it's not the first thing you'd think of.


 No.197847

Vocaroo embed. Click on thumbnail to play.


 No.197848

Australians ruin this board


 No.197849

>>197848

Hi GWAAD


 No.197850

>>197847

thank you, anon who sounds very much like me. my twitter is indeed funny


 No.197851

new thread when


 No.197852

>>197851

your turn


 No.197853

skellys twitter edition


 No.197854

Dancing is what I like

Dancing is what I do


 No.197855

>>197852

I made the last one


 No.197856


 No.197857

Time to fill up this thread :)


 No.197858

im making it


 No.197859

Rose man bad


 No.197860

>>197856

wash your hair


 No.197862


 No.197866

>>197864

>>197864

>>197864




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