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Shit Trips 2.5 NOW AVAILABLE! https://mega.nz/#!Uf4EDaLT!bIa_JP_rbyl7Pl9NKq8tLopyOzXJFhlSu6Z4VZnt4Uk

File: eae6e45ca2c82fb⋯.png (632.3 KB, 741x768, 247:256, brian blessed doc.png)

 No.37208

You gotta start making new threads on schedule, /who/.

Previous thread: >>36438

 No.37209

The vegetarian themes that pop up in Moffat Who are so based and interesting to think about. They keep popping up despite the fact that neither Moffat or the Doctor are vegetarian. The ghost of Robert Holmes haunting the show again.


 No.37210

>>37207

Do you believe the Curator is the "Doctor"'s final incarnation?


 No.37211

>>37207

but how can Doctor Who fit in with Robin Hood if part of the point is that they physically change actors? there's arguably too much of a visual element


 No.37212

>>37210

no because the idea of the Doctor retiring is fucking shit


 No.37213

>>36876

Funny you should post that, as one of those commenters was me.


 No.37214

>>37212

You'd rather the Doctor died doing something Doctorish?


 No.37215

>>37211

Couldn't you equally say that just facilitates more mythologising? If a random Doctor pops up in a fan production, it's just a regeneration that happened at some point.


 No.37216

the Doctor dying is one of the dumbest ideas I've ever heard of


 No.37217

File: 490f24885deae04⋯.png (627.19 KB, 569x802, 569:802, doctor-cia.png)

Who wants to stream tonight?

I genuinely want to watch the two parter Sleep No More and Face the Raven


 No.37218

>>37212

Wasn't that what Miles wanted to do? The Doctor dies/retires, and IM Foreman or Sabbath would've become the new hero? Because that sounded dumb.


 No.37219


 No.37220

>>37217

>on a Sunday

What the fuck?


 No.37221

File: c10531ef6d30a8d⋯.png (454.41 KB, 700x478, 350:239, 4's mug shot.png)

>>37214

anything but the same sort of shit humans get up to when they get old


 No.37222

>>37220

is watching doctor who not allowed on your day of rest


 No.37223

Is today Shit Trips day?


 No.37224

>>37217

what time were you thinking? 8ish hours is good for me, but I don't mind missing it if you want to do it earlier


 No.37225

>>37224

starting within the next hour or so


 No.37226

>>37215

i guess. something that I think should be done is to make regeneration more of a lateral sort of process, rather than linear. one incarnation could regenerate into multiple new Doctors, depending on how the timelines intersect


 No.37227

>>37222

I have to get up in the morning, it's not at all a productive time to watch doctor who. especially not episodes as deconstructive and thought-provoking as those.


 No.37228

There has to logically be a point at which the Doctor has had all the possible fun and adventures he can possibly have in the universe, so it's only logical that he eventually retire and do comfy things like drink tea.


 No.37229

>>37228

I think the Curator should be the final incarnation but never specified which number or even close to that but instead just be future


 No.37230

>>37199

Also, they explicitly do not accept pitches for established franchises, only original work.

>>37202

You had me at "semi-officially-endorsed". I'd heard of Seasons of War before, but I assumed it was entirely fan-driven.

>tfw planned an entire novel around the "skull moon" line from Hell Bent and Moffat ruined it by adding "butcher" in TUAT

>>37206

I've read a lot of Larry and I really don't remember him talking about Briggs much. His shittalking of BF was pre-Briggs.

>>37207

That's beautiful.


 No.37231

>>37221

So what, then? Some madcap personality like the Collector, from Marvel?


 No.37232

>>37229

that all but goes without saying


 No.37234

Is Miles even still relevant to Doctor Who? His last contributions to the mythos were a decade ago. Entire eras of the show have passed since then. And the only places I know that still mention him are this board and a discord.


 No.37235

>>37228

>There has to logically be a point at which the Doctor has had all the possible fun and adventures he can possibly have in the universe

Yes.

>so it's only logical that he eventually retire and do comfy things like drink tea.

No.

They would simply move to another universe or plane of existence.

>>37229

>I think the Curator should be the final incarnation

Boring.

I think the Doctor should live forever and by the time they reach their 1,000,000th regeneration they do not even remotely resemble a human form.

>never specified which number or even close to that but instead just be future

Agree with this though. Curator will always exist as Future.


 No.37236

>>37231

no idea

this is reminding me of this weird old Who fanfiction thing i found when i was trying to google what the fuck the BeeGees meant by "Shenandora".

https://www.whofic.com/viewstory.php?sid=26070

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H868Z0Kd4Dw

so dance party, i guess?


 No.37237

File: 352360fa8d2d5f9⋯.png (729.91 KB, 670x948, 335:474, foremantrans.png)

>>37234

of course miles is relevant to doctor who


 No.37238

>>37235

>They would simply move to another universe or plane of existence.

>>37236

well there we go


 No.37239

>>37234

they've done nothing but reuse his ideas since

we are not yet out of the Lawrence Miles era.


 No.37240

File: 03c4996b5f0579d⋯.png (501.47 KB, 911x546, 911:546, 1492840874042.png)

>GAH!!!


 No.37241

File: 85e8b9d897f9043⋯.png (261.59 KB, 559x511, 559:511, 1492840874041.png)

>>37240

>Something's inhibiting my enzymes…


 No.37242

>>37240

>>37241

All of history is happening at once


 No.37243

File: 7d1d0a3ff875bf5⋯.jpg (38.15 KB, 500x276, 125:69, unwell.jpg)


 No.37244

>>37239

>they've done nothing but reuse his ideas since

>unironically believing this

The Lawrence Miles era is gone. It's been gone since he wrote his last Magic Bullet audio. He's not even relevant in Faction Paradox anymore.


 No.37245

File: 7c0fff162a23e98⋯.jpg (33.36 KB, 429x473, 39:43, davismug.jpg)


 No.37246

>>37245

Simon Bucher-Jones of all people is a louder voice in modern FP than Larry is. Even fucking Dale Smith. Miles is so out of sight out of mind that his own mini-franchise has moved on from him.


 No.37247

File: c3a9dc89dc54355⋯.jpeg (19.33 KB, 300x363, 100:121, davismugger.jpeg)


 No.37248

>>37210

"Believe" is a loaded word. That's my headcanon/version of Doctor Who yeah, that the Curator's the last one.

>>37211

I don't know what you mean. I'm addressing the idea of the Doctor as a British legend figure.

>>37213

Which one?

>>37223

No, but I'll alert you when it's imminent.

>>37230

You're beautiful :)

And yeah Loz talked more shit on Gary. People conflate Briggs with Briggs Finish but there were many (the best) years when that wasn't so valid.

>>37234

NewWho was built off of his back. He's enormously relevant. When his ideas stop getting reused, his so-called irrelevancy will be more pertinent.


 No.37249

>>37248

an audiovisual British legend figure

part of his identity is inevitably bound up in the cyclical, media-driven nature of regeneration/recasting


 No.37250

>>37248

>When his ideas stop getting reused, his so-called irrelevancy will be more pertinent.

When was the last time a big idea he came up by himself was reused? Because all his supposed reused ideas are just minor tidbits, like calling the TARDIS something old, new, borrowed, and blue before Moffat could.


 No.37251

File: 187589dc3859fb7⋯.jpeg (8.29 KB, 191x235, 191:235, davismuggerer.jpeg)


 No.37252

>>37248

>Which one?

Guess. You should be able to solve this.


 No.37253

>>37248

>NewWho was built off of his back.

To say that and not also credit the backs of others like Cornell, Magrs, Shearman, Parkin, Orman, and many others is a discredit to them all.


 No.37254

>>37249

If you're trying to tell me that my musing that I'd find a fitting "end" for the official strands of Doctor Who to be the character being embraced as a public domain figure is misguided then okay, I hear you.

>>37253

In no way, shape, or form was NewWho built off of Sheraman's back.


 No.37255

File: d6834d810b8a565⋯.jpeg (5.18 KB, 151x146, 151:146, davismuggererer.jpeg)


 No.37256

>>37252

But I closed the tab already.


 No.37257

>>37254

what about Jubilee? That was a major influence on how NuWho would reshape the Daleks.


 No.37258

>>37257

Was it? Really? How so?


 No.37259

>>37254

>In no way, shape, or form was NewWho built off of Sheraman's back.

>one of the most revered and important episodes of the new series, the one that reintroduced Doctor Who's most iconic antagonists, was literally written by him


 No.37260

neo, what ground should I keep my ear to if I want to know about upcoming charity anthologies?


 No.37261

>>37259

How was it built off his back? Specifically. How did writing Dalek make NewWho be built off of his back?


 No.37262

>>37261

How was NuWho built off of Miles' back? You're asking all these questions, but you haven't answered this one.


 No.37263

>>37252

Oh I checked and yeah it's obvious now


 No.37264

>>37261

The Daleks are a lynchpin of NuWho and Shearman provided the conceptual foundation for their return. Also, just by writing Jubilee, Shearman effectively defined all subsequent takes on the Daleks.


 No.37265

>>37254

no its a good sentiment, I'm just worried that it won't work because the way the Doctor functions as a character is so tied to media infastructure

something like >>37226 would help remedy that, but it isn't happening now. it's too bad that TUAT didn't have the Hartnell>Jodie regeneration, because that could potentially shake things up enough for >>37226 to happen


 No.37266

>>37262

Because no one asked me it yet. Have a peruse of this http://doctorwhogeneral.wikia.com/wiki/Lawrence_Miles

>>37260

There's a Sarah Jane one ongoing. Not sure what's going on with the Unbound one. N8 and GI know much more about this kind of thing than may. Declan May still has more in the pipeline.

>>37264

Explain to me how Shearman's apparent conceptual foundation resulted in NewWho being built off of his back. Explain to me what of Sheraman's conception in Jubilee or Dalek is present in any post series 1 series of NewWho. Please.

>>37265

When the show is cancelled for a very long time and there are no more recastings I think conceptions will shift more and stuff like the Flux Doctor or Winstone Doctor will be more common.


 No.37267

File: 0b5d855516a3407⋯.jpeg (3.57 KB, 107x116, 107:116, davismuggerererer.jpeg)


 No.37268

>>37266

>http://doctorwhogeneral.wikia.com/wiki/Lawrence_Miles

That's CinemaSins-tier analysis. What are the actual things that Miles has contributed to NuWho? What are the huge ideas that he's given that have been reused over and over again?


 No.37269

>>37266

>When the show is cancelled for a very long time and there are no more recastings I think conceptions will shift more and stuff like the Flux Doctor or Winstone Doctor will be more common.

wishful thinking, but I hope so


 No.37270

>>37268

I directed you towards them. I'm not feeling particularly amenable to discussing them in more detail when I imagine I'll be dismissed immediately.


 No.37271

>>37270

I'm not dismissing things. Now what big ideas has Miles come up with that have been reused by the show on a consistent basis? Explain.


 No.37272


 No.37273

>>37266

>Explain to me how Shearman's apparent conceptual foundation resulted in NewWho being built off of his back

nuwho got off the ground because of how good series 1 was, i don't see what's difficult about crediting the people whose work was literally adapted for series 1 with that success. There can be more than one person whose "back" nuwho was built off of, in case you're unclear.


 No.37274

File: fd3ac9ce0f87227⋯.jpg (106.17 KB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 1flustered.jpg)

>>37236

the wallpaper on this website is ridiculously comfy, i think i might read some more

>“Oh, I could stare into your eyes forever and never read half of what is hidden there,” she whispered. “I read our priests and I see decadence. I read our men and I see violence. I read our women and I see despair. I read our people and in the great web of time I see darkness falling, and soon. But when I read you….” She shook her head. “I cannot read you,” she said finally. “I fall into a swirl of eternity when I try to read you.”

>“Vortex,” he whispered. “We call it a vortex.”

>“Like a whirlpool?”

>“Yes.”

>Cameca reached up and snaked her arms around him. “Draw me into this vortex, Doctor,” she whispered. “Take me inside of you as I take you into me.”

oh my


 No.37275

Whenever someone says NuWho reuses Miles' ideas, it's always some superficial thing like how the Sycorax and the Faction both wear skull masks. Or how Moffat wrote a narrator who talked to the reader in his DOTD novelization, because he must have stolen from Miles and not that both of them stole from Lemony Snicket.


 No.37276

>>37275

>it's always some superficial thing like how the Sycorax and the Faction both wear skull masks. Or how Moffat wrote a narrator who talked to the reader in his DOTD novelization

Isn't the go-to idea the one about the Doctor being dead and his corpse being super important, which Moffat actually did twice?


 No.37277

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>>37274

>“Cameca,” he said. “If I were to… if we were to join… it… it would not be pleasant for you.”

>“In what way?” she asked with scientific efficiency. “How inhuman are you? Have you spines, like the jaguar?”

speaking of >>37268, pic related


 No.37278

>>37277

The female carjacker with the full lips


 No.37279

File: 120e87366117d2d⋯.jpg (39.35 KB, 362x550, 181:275, tom_in_book_tower_3.jpg)

reminder that books


 No.37280

File: 20d0b114948755a⋯.jpg (88.26 KB, 640x480, 4:3, reading.jpg)


 No.37281

>>37262

read a book please


 No.37282

File: 51a6497e00e5a0e⋯.jpeg (1.27 KB, 42x27, 14:9, davi.jpeg)

File: 5154c1ae7e1c1b3⋯.jpeg (1.27 KB, 36x26, 18:13, smug.jpeg)

File: 8ee560f6ecc921c⋯.jpeg (1.81 KB, 65x61, 65:61, ger.jpeg)

File: 8756f3ff0eebe43⋯.jpeg (1.5 KB, 81x27, 3:1, erererer.jpeg)


 No.37283

>>37276

The Doctor considering his own death and grave was already touched upon in Revelation. And while Moffat did the "Doctor's corpse is super important" thing, he didn't go through the exact same beats Miles did. Impossible Astronaut didn't ruminate on the contents of the Doctor's body for a majority of the story. And Name of the Doctor was more focused on Clara and the Great Intelligence. If he was going through every beat, we would've gotten a 1:1 knockoff of Alien Bodies.


 No.37284


 No.37285

File: 8756f3ff0eebe43⋯.jpeg (1.5 KB, 81x27, 3:1, erererer.jpeg)


 No.37286

Moffat has read Alien Bodies so any similarities between it and his work are at least unconsciously inspired by it. The main example I can think of that he might have unintentionally taken is when River jumps out of a building and lands inside a horizontal tardis, which is exactly what the Doctor does in one of the opening chapters of Alien Bodies


 No.37287

>>37266

>the Unbound one

Please direct me to this. Unbound is possibly my favourite BF range.

>>37273

Your logic is absurd. How can one single episode within the first series of the New Series contribute to the back it was built off of? It IS the new series. And if you think Jubilee significantly contributed to how the new series appears today, then you have clearly never listened to it.


 No.37288

What Doctor did you presume River did her birthday date at a London Frost fair in 1814, with Stevie Wonder singing for them, with? It's mentioned in A Good Man Goes to War, and a deleted scene for Thin Ice.


 No.37289

>>37287

The Unbound one isn't released yet. N8 was the editor, but isn't anymore. Our very own GI has a story in it, so I'm sure we'll know when it's released.


 No.37290

>>37274

What the fuck. This writing is good.


 No.37291

>>37286

really I think the twistiness of it shaped how he thought about Who fundamentally, so that the Matt Smith era was really a combination of RTD Who and what Moffat remembered reading Alien Bodies felt like


 No.37292

>>37288

I assumed Matt


 No.37293

HE'S MAH GHOST

AND AH LOVE 'IM


 No.37294

>>37289

I don't want to read these nerd things, I want to write them.


 No.37295

>>37287

>How can one single episode within the first series of the New Series contribute to the back it was built off of? It IS the new series.

By being a particularly important episode that was pivotal to its later developments, and being written by a wilderness years writer as a loose adaptation of his own prior work? I don't even understand what this ridiculous semantic dispute is even about.

>And if you think Jubilee significantly contributed to how the new series appears today, then you have clearly never listened to it.

NuWho has been around for 13 years, it has changed over time. Its roots don't suddenly become irrelevant just because it's diverged from them.


 No.37296

>>37287

>And if you think Jubilee significantly contributed to how the new series appears today, then you have clearly never listened to it.

A focus on individual Daleks with their own personalities. Questions on if there's a real difference between Daleks and humans. You have clearly never listened to it if you can't see any connection.


 No.37297

>>37294

No one's stopping you! Have you written anything for Shit Trips 2.5?

>>37287

[spoiler]Btw you absolutely don't have to answer this of course but I'm really curious as to what streambro you are, if you are one[/spoiler[


 No.37298

File: d870387250fceea⋯.jpg (281.69 KB, 3600x2700, 4:3, aauughh.jpg)

>>37290

>Wrapped in Cameca’s warm arms, her body hot and welcoming and active beneath him, the Doctor wondered if he hadn’t always known. This felt like destiny. It was as if he’d been starving for a human woman all his life.

>It wasn’t that it was easy. It wasn’t. Holding his psychic energies back like this was wearing, and threatened to leave him with a headache. But if he did end up with a headache — well, like some humans said when they woke up with a hangover after a great party — it was worth it.

>Ordinarily Time Lord intercourse began with in intense and blinding push, which then tapered into a sweet and diffusing dream, where the passion bled out slowly and pleasantly, leaving both drifting by the end in a kind of dream state, where time and space intermingled with yourself and the other, and finally both of you were nothing and no one. It started with excitement and ended with rest.

huh. it is.


 No.37299


 No.37300

>>37295

>I don't even understand what this ridiculous semantic dispute is even about.

It shows.

>Its roots don't suddenly become irrelevant just because it's diverged from them.

The new series never had any significant roots in Jubilee specifically. Listen to it, please. It is not the episode RTD commissioned.

>>37296

>A focus on individual Daleks with their own personalities

You consider that to be an integral part of the New Series? Really? Dalek is the only episode that does that concept any justice, and even then it pales in comparison to Jubilee.


 No.37301

File: d4195700c6be5c5⋯.jpg (16.08 KB, 404x341, 404:341, Obi-Wan_Kenobi_002.jpg)

>>37297

use the asterisks, neo


 No.37302

>>37297

I wrote for the OG ST, and never again. I've also never read finished reading any of the STs.

I don't visit the stream because I'm not a nerd.


 No.37303

>>37300

>being this pompous

Didn't know Larry posted on this thread.


 No.37304

>>37302

>I'm not a nerd.

You are on a site called 8ch, a site created by nerds. You are talking about a show watched by nerds.


 No.37305

>>37302

Why the commitment to "never again"?


 No.37306

>>37303

Neo pointed out the obvious by saying that the new series wasn't built off Shearman's work, you're the pompous one that kept insisting otherwise despite having no real reason to believe it.


 No.37307

>>37306

No, you're pompous for talking down to people and insisting that your opinion is "obvious".


 No.37308

Don't know why people say Moff ripped off Alien Bodies when he clearly ripped off Gallifrey Chronicles instead.


 No.37309

nilsos not in the stream


 No.37310

>>37308

Moffat is way too busy to have read either of those.


 No.37311

Would anyone be interested in streaming A Good Man Goes to War, followed by The Name of the Doctor, in ~30 minutes?


 No.37312

>>37307

I insisted Neo's opinion was obvious.

It's pretty weird to make such confident statements and then immediately crumble and start whining about how you don't even know what the argument is about and people are being too mean.


 No.37313

>>37311

an hour and 30 minutes later?


 No.37314

>>37311

I'm about to go to bed but don't let me stop you


 No.37315

>>37312

t. Melanon


 No.37316

Shearman's written some great audios but the importance of Dalek has always been overstated. If he didn't write it, somebody else would have.


 No.37317

>>37313

That's the time you would prefer?


 No.37318

File: ffaa0703d89b1a4⋯.jpg (48.51 KB, 416x555, 416:555, hartnell-monocle.jpg)

>>37274

>>37298

>She sagged in his arms and he let her lie back down, smoothing the hair from her face. He could have kept going, but she was clearly finished — more than finished — and he controlled himself. He lay his head on her breast and held her, half listening to her heart and lungs, half just enjoying the feel of her. Finishing early in this case wasn’t going to leave him dissatisfied. With a human, apparently, such a thing would be nearly impossible. He would have been satisfied after a mere two hours, and that was ordinarily unthinkable. But this human woman!

>Fortunately, as it was, she had lasted nearly six.


 No.37319

>>37316

RTD wrote 90% of it anyways.


 No.37320

>>37312

Drink more milk, Melanon.


 No.37321

>>37316

really, what people picked up on from Dalek was the "Dalek murders a bunch of soldiers and hovers in the air to show it can do all the things the Terminator can and more" part and not the actual interesting bits that couldn't be written by literally any remotely competent hack


 No.37322

>>37316

>If he didn't write it, somebody else would have.

And it would have been shit, completely failing to establish them as a compelling and complex narrative force.


 No.37323

The Holy BF Trinity

Name them


 No.37324

In the name of the Shearman and the Jim and the Steven Hall, amen.


 No.37325

>>37312

And yet, here you are. Groveling like a small child, hiding behind Neo instead of forming your own opinion or fighting your own fights. It's almost pathetic.


 No.37326

Remember the posters (including Ingiga) the other day bemoaning the lack of arguments, conflict, grit, or "teeth" to /who/ on 8chan?


 No.37327

>>37323

The Holy Terror, Scherzo and Chimes of Modnight


 No.37328

>>37326

That wasn't an invitation for you to start LARPing as Melanon.


 No.37329

>>37321

I agree, the really good parts of the episode were strong because of Shearman and would likely not be present under a different writer.

>>37322

>And it would have been shit

It would have been fine. RTD wanted Dalek to serve a specific purpose, and without Shearman he could still have accomplished that.


 No.37330

>>37328

LARPing? To wear the visage of Melanon would be an honor, while becoming one such as you would be next to becoming a farm animal.


 No.37331

File: 3cdee315cb2b122⋯.png (103.92 KB, 483x196, 69:28, briggsloves.png)

>>37323

Accept no substitutes.


 No.37332

>>37325

>hiding behind Neo

Neo dropped out of the conversation a long time ago. You don't seem to understand. I'm not stuck in here with you, you're stuck in here with ME


 No.37333

>>37327

>no Death in the Family

uh, easy on the carrots


 No.37334

>>37332

Stuck with a small child? One who can't even grasp the basics of an audio drama? Really? It's practically babysitting. Babysitting a spoiled child. One who needs a smack across the face.


 No.37335

File: 75e79bf69b7af2d⋯.jpg (34.68 KB, 640x480, 4:3, worried sylv.jpg)


 No.37336

>>37333

I stopped listening to Hex audios after the first few because I found his accent annoying


 No.37337

>>37334

Bit pompous


 No.37338

>>37335

Posting a picture instead of replying? What are you? A dog? Too incompetent to speak that you have to resort to children's pictures?


 No.37339

>>37336

Fair enough. Death in the Family is arguably BF's best audio though, it's worth the buildup. I recognise theres a tonne of buildup though and no one is beholden to endure that.


 No.37340

I'm appalled by the divisive rhetoric that's splitting /who/. Surely it's time for everyone to come together and do what I say.


 No.37341

>>37340

Do what you say? Why should I listen to a half-breed Australian?


 No.37342

>>37315

everyone should listen to Nilso


 No.37343

>>37342

Nilso? The user? You suggest someone of my class should listen to Nilso?!


 No.37344

>>37341

Half-breed? What do you mean by this?


 No.37345

>>37344

Mean by this? You dare suggest I'm not clear in my words?


 No.37346

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

>>37338

>children's pictures

>pictures

>for children


 No.37347

Both sides of my family have been born and raised in Australia for several generations. Before that, most of my ancestry is English and Scottish. I am descended from convicts.


 No.37348

>>37346

Laughing Gallifreyans? I ought to smack your bottom for this!


 No.37349

I seem to have awoken some sort of wrath in that anon by being a bit mean to them. My bad, everybody.


 No.37350

>>37349

Some sort of wrath? If I were your father, I'd pull out my belt and show you some sort of wrath!


 No.37351

>>37343

Nilso is /ourgod/ not a mere user


 No.37352

ingiga in the /tv/ thread


 No.37353

I am streaming A Good Man Goes to War right now.


 No.37354

I think they're trying to mock me but their rudeness isn't even remotely similar to what mine was.


 No.37355

File: ef296eee7d65696⋯.gif (3.31 MB, 500x280, 25:14, 1recognize.gif)

>>37348

>Hmm? Smacked bottom? You smack MY bottom? Well I'll be!


 No.37356

>>37354

Mock you? If I were to truly mock you, I'd dance on your child's grave while wearing a horse mask!


 No.37357

KINO IN THE STREAMO cytu.be/r/casualwhostream


 No.37358

>sentient money

bravo muffin


 No.37359

We're the thin fat gay married Anglican marines.


 No.37360

Lash out because somebody upset me? If I was lashing out because somebody upset me I would spam the thread with bizarre attempts at being funny!


 No.37361

>>37360

based


 No.37362

File: a24a369070beb79⋯.png (18.25 KB, 356x57, 356:57, neosentinels.png)

File: c76cb14ee734e3f⋯.jpg (2.22 KB, 108x126, 6:7, peekybaker.jpg)


 No.37363

>>37360

Bizarre attempts at being funny? How dare you? I'll play Chinese tickle time with your firstborn for this!


 No.37364

why is neo talking really posh now


 No.37365

File: 73eeab0c446e543⋯.png (135.53 KB, 340x260, 17:13, 1499082095094.png)


 No.37366

>>37365

Montage? Montage?! I ought to pluck out your testicles and sell them to the local Synagogue!


 No.37367

The Twelfth Doctor listens to Loveless


 No.37368

>>37365

This edit is shit, the whole point of the meme is that it looks like a terrible image macro with impact font etc


 No.37369

redmayneposting in the boardie thread


 No.37370

>use only when neo isnt around.jpg in the /tv/ thread


 No.37371

File: c57f1bd20d9c201⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 54.56 KB, 782x631, 782:631, whoffauldi.jpg)

>That's the funny thing about Chinese tickle time, Clara - it's montage for testicles.


 No.37372

>low ratings in the capperdy seasons

is… is that a fandomreactions reference


 No.37373

We are not foals.


 No.37374

anyone got that pic of all the retarded shit in the RTD era


 No.37375

File: 9c8a1b3945a7d8f⋯.jpg (2.05 MB, 2614x1484, 1307:742, rtdkino.jpg)


 No.37376

>>37375

thanks lad


 No.37377

File: aba4e25a5240bd9⋯.png (1.03 MB, 1019x746, 1019:746, 1526516994940.png)

>>37368

>the whole point of the meme is that it looks like a terrible image macro


 No.37378

>>37372

>Whos Davros


 No.37379

>/who/ will never return to /tv/ full time


 No.37380

File: 8f69bfebb363d0b⋯.png (126.13 KB, 568x295, 568:295, i.png)

What are some exquisite achievments of storytelling under the Doctor Who umbrella, so exquisite one might in fact term them as positively kinographic, where a fellow denizen of this imageboard community has caused your merry mood to plummet, sinking you into a glum, despondent manner from which no recourse seems possible?


 No.37381

>>37379

desu I don't even want to return to /tv/ part-time


 No.37382

>>37381

Yes, but when we were on /tv/ there were hardly any boardie threads and the boardies who actually visited /who/ got scared off.


 No.37383

File: 1dff942ed5cc36a⋯.png (2.13 KB, 141x42, 47:14, i.png)


 No.37384

>>37382

Not on-season /who/. On-season /who/ is always filled with boardies. At least around broadcast days.


 No.37385

>tfw pretending to be a retarded boardie in 4chan thread but the actual boardies keep one-upping me by saying something even more retarded


 No.37386

File: 3a8d2455f92d928⋯.png (8.69 KB, 591x38, 591:38, ClipboardImage.png)

What's the Doctor Who equivalent of this feeling?


 No.37387

>>37385

Can't you just leave it alone. You should be helping us fight the boardies, not joining them.


 No.37388

I can tell which "boardie" posts are LARPing.


 No.37389

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.37390

File: 9a165a028473932⋯.png (4.7 KB, 267x138, 89:46, ClipboardImage.png)

Is this the most flawless :contact: ever?


 No.37391

File: b5b7019d15719d4⋯.png (91.74 KB, 806x457, 806:457, 1386353744123.png)

File: fc54341534e5092⋯.png (6.92 KB, 802x139, 802:139, 1386353744124.png)

Are there any stories about being on the wrong side of history?


 No.37392

File: 94d5ba6b2fd5251⋯.png (43.71 KB, 1234x114, 617:57, hoodie.png)

guess who's baa-aaaack


 No.37393

>>37392

>le strat man

12 never played a strat.


 No.37394

summoning nilso


 No.37395

File: 219036fa0d1b6f6⋯.png (123.99 KB, 798x321, 266:107, 1386353744126.png)

IF ONLY WE LISTENED

WE COULD HAVE PREVENTED THIS


 No.37396

>>37395

Anyone thinking a boardie came up with Nilsoposting is deluded.


 No.37397

boardilso


 No.37398

>>37397

Nilsoardie


 No.37399

>>37396

It was a simpler time. Early nilsoposting had no obvious connection to anything.


 No.37400

File: f73a6855f3324cc⋯.png (26.85 KB, 802x464, 401:232, 1386353744125.png)

18th of January, 2017.

The day it all changed.


 No.37401

What was your first regeneration?

What was your first Master?

What was your first Doctor?


 No.37402

>>37401

>What was your first regeneration?

11 to 12.

>What was your first Master?

Simm.

>What was your first Doctor?

9.


 No.37403

>>37401

I'll answer myself too

7 to 8

Roberts

7


 No.37404

>>37402

>11 to 12.

Wait, for some reason I thought you meant first one I experienced live.


 No.37405

>>37404

Just first one you ever saw.


 No.37406

>>37248

Neo, what's the ETA on Shit Trips 2.5 now?


 No.37407

>>37401

>What was your first regeneration?

9-10

>What was your first Master?

Simm

>What was your first Doctor?

10


 No.37408

>>37400

Funny to think that if the ">4chan >normies" anon wasn't so pedantic, we wouldn't have the word boardie now.


 No.37409

>>37401

9 to 10

Simm

9


 No.37410

>>37406

I'd imagine everything will be finished during the week, then it'll probably make the most sense to release on the weekend. I really don't want to drop it before certain people who didn't make it to writing stuff for ST2 finish their stuff for 2.5 especially when the release date is ultimately arbitrary given it's before S11 era. I'll let you know if anything changes.


 No.37411

>>37401

>What was your first regeneration?

10 to Tentoo.

>What was your first Master?

Simm.

>What was your first Doctor?

11, probably.


 No.37412

>>37401

4 to 5, but I wasn't really watching.

Simm i'd guess

4 I think, though it's possible 3 I just don't remember it.


 No.37413

>>37401

>>37407

This, same as anyone who started with NuWho.


 No.37414

>>37401

>What was your first regeneration?

Technically "11 to 12". But I came in during S7b, so I feel like "12 to 13" was my first real regen.

>>What was your first Master?

Missy.

>>What was your first Doctor?

Eleven.


 No.37415

>>37401

>What was your first regeneration?

9 to 10

>What was your first Master?

Ainley

>What was your first Doctor?

9


 No.37417

*come on*


 No.37418

come on


 No.37419

>>37410

If you're finished and we've collected everything mid-week, I'd prefer we just release it then. No real need to wait till the weekend, seeing as we've extended the deadline several times now.

That being said, I agree we should wait till certain people get finished.


 No.37420

File: c2e67ac0e51995f⋯.png (715.39 KB, 591x701, 591:701, 2 incredulous.png)


 No.37421

File: 2e229669b164fac⋯.jpg (91.04 KB, 315x437, 315:437, Smug_matt_2.jpg)


 No.37422

>>37420

Took me a sec to figure it out.

>>37421

Neo, please respond seriously to this >>37419


 No.37423

>>37422

W-what's there to respond to? I hear you.


 No.37424

>>37421

You do realise that by posting a screencap from a Steve Thompson episode you're as good as signal boosting his views?


 No.37425

>>37424

Have you ever discussed the Fifth Doctor or any of his episodes?


 No.37426

>>37425

Why are you deflecting the question? Why do you support a Steven Thompson episode?


 No.37427

>>37425

Yes, and one day I may even be able to forgive myself.


 No.37428

>>37426

We all face the raven in the end, that is the deal.


 No.37429

>>37428

um, sweetie


 No.37430

Are you ashamed of any of your Doctor Who opinions?


 No.37431

>>37430

only the ones you're in agreement with


 No.37432

>>37431

But my opinions are in a constant state of flux.


 No.37433

>>37422

A likely story.

>>37430

No, because they're all correct.


 No.37434

>>37432

>constant state of cuckx

flixed that for you


 No.37435

I saw a post on r/doctorwho with a silly title, I was gonna grab the OP and pasta it here but the thread is actually super sad and sobering :/


 No.37436

>>37434

>not cux

And this is the moment you realised you'd fucked up.


 No.37437

>>37423

I mean, will you take releasing it mid-week under consideration?


 No.37438

>>37435

just checked, the title is just "nilso"

nothing to see here


 No.37439

File: 6c3486217ba52c8⋯.png (309.91 KB, 559x511, 559:511, image.png)

>>37436

I was worried the message wouldn't come across if I spelled it like that


 No.37440

>>37437

Sure.


 No.37441

>>37439

Something's inhibiting your enzymes.


 No.37442

nilsos grey


 No.37443

If you could change yourself for Ingiga, would you?


 No.37444

Excuse me Gallifrey_Immigrant, can I ask you a question


 No.37445

>>37444

Sure.


 No.37446

>>37445

I wanted to know if you could help this anon out:

>>37260

This anon wanted to become more generally redpilled about upcoming anthologies, can you think of any besides the Unbound one (that you yourself feature in!) and I guess the Sarah Jane one currently active? What's the best way in general to stay abreast of anthologies?


 No.37447

File: e95754cfdc713fd⋯.jpg (196.65 KB, 500x600, 5:6, ec48a452dbbc0abe19a9957d3b….jpg)


 No.37448

File: 51504491384e678⋯.jpg (233.9 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 1.jpg)

Something's inhibiting my enzymes…


 No.37449

File: 4e0b73ca3fe5892⋯.jpg (200.19 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 2.jpg)

*gulp*


 No.37450

File: 51504491384e678⋯.jpg (233.9 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 1.jpg)

Wait, never mind.


 No.37451

When will Briggs Finish end? Realistically.


 No.37452

>>37448

>>37449

>>37450

its so good lads


 No.37453

Picture this. Doctor Who is effectively cancelled in a few years after series and specials become more and more sporadic, increasing privatised handling of the show, etc. Briggs Finish keeps doing what they do, but entirely with past Doctors. There are a few comic runs. There are no more books.

Then a video game developer takes up the license and starts producing Telltale/Life is Strange esque games with a new Doctor.

How satisfied would you be with vidya being the next "primary" form of Doctor Who, the way TV has been for most of Who and books were for a while in the wilderness?


 No.37454

The silence speaks volumes.


 No.37455

>>37446

>What's the best way in general to stay abreast of anthologies?

Honestly, being hip to the Who EU fan tumblr community, and being on the Doctor Who Discord. Staying around the /r/gallifrey and /r/DoctorWho might work as well.

Gallifrey Base's Books section often has submission guidelines for anthologies as well.

The reason that I mention all those social sites is that, for better or worse, those social media sites are where people gather authors for their sites. Who EU fans are a niche taste, and so the anthologies sort of has to carry by "word-of-mouth". The reason I got into the Unbound anthology is because I knew N8 from /who/, and had a Discord account, so I was there when they first got set up.

Just glance at the Gallifrey reddit occasionally, and look on the tumblrs. That, whether you like it or not, is where those authors ask for sunmissions. Even I've missed quite a few anthologies. And I think Discord's becoming the place for Who fan creatives, for better or worse. (That Sarah Jane thing has only be mentioned on Discord, as far as I know.)

(This site works as well: https://redrocketrising.com/ . It keeps up with different anthologies.)

Concerning the Unbound Anthology, it focuses on not just the Unbound anthology Doctors, but any weird, creative take on the Doctor. I know my own take was very weird and meta, and I've heard good things about the other submissions.

Any currently active right now? Besides the Sarah Jane one, no.


 No.37456

>>37455

When you say the Doctor Who Discord, that's the Reddit one yeah?

The impression I get from what you've said is they're mostly a fairly chummy who-you-know affair based on Discords and Tumblr. Would you agree with that? What do you think of that?

Do you ever show any of your Shit Trips authors to non /who/ people on these Discords or Tumblrs? You clearly put a lot of work into them, yet /who/ is very offputting to many (most?) so I'm curious. Maybe you're perfectly fulfilled with them "just" being read by /who/res, but with your output being what it is, I'm curious.


 No.37457

>>37456

The community overlap is bigger than you might think.


 No.37458

File: abffe1cb5803420⋯.jpg (119.5 KB, 750x739, 750:739, 824EeF0.jpg)

Doctor Who equivalent?


 No.37459

>>37457

Of mods and powerusers yeah, not of regular users I should think. The DW reddits have vastly more activate participants than we do, the overlap wouldn't scale even if it's as present as you're suggesting. I can't speak as to the reddit discord as I've never been on it.


 No.37460

>>37456

I think it's obvious that immigrant recruits outside of /who/. Like hunter and he seems to be fine with including judy in shit trips


 No.37461

>>37460

Oh I was asking if he shows or ever considers showing other people his fics from Shit Trips, not anything about other writers.


 No.37462

>>37456

>The impression I get from what you've said is they're mostly a fairly chummy who-you-know affair based on Discords and Tumblr. Would you agree with that? What do you think of that?

Yeah, I realize that. I don't even necessarily think they mean for it to be that way, but that's how it can become. (Although, because of the range of people on Discord or Tumblr, there's still constantly new blood.)

> Do you ever show any of your Shit Trips authors to non /who/ people on these Discords or Tumblrs?

Sometimes, but not too many times. The title itself ("Shit Trips") is off-putting, and it's hard to get people to understand that the anthology is both low-brow shitpost and high-quality story-telling in one volume. Plus, the 4chan connection.

Sometimes I show others some of my fics from there, but usually don't mention the whole collection.

> Maybe you're perfectly fulfilled with them "just" being read by /who/res, but with your output being what it is, I'm curious.

Thank you for the indirect compliment. I've showed people a few of my 2.5 fics to help review, and "Hanky-Panky" at times, but not that much besides that.

>>37460

The person has to have at least hung around /who/ before I let them in. I've had writer friends who are pretty good, but I've said "no" because they've never been on /who/.


 No.37463

>>37461

Only anyone who would look. Id be shocked if it wasn't listed on his cv


 No.37464

File: 51504491384e678⋯.jpg (233.9 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 1.jpg)

>Something's inhibiting my enzymes…


 No.37465

File: b34c3c98a0d0dc7⋯.jpg (216.53 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 2.jpg)

>GAH! I've been poisoned!


 No.37466

File: 52d7c9009240c4b⋯.jpg (162.85 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 3.jpg)

>Argh! Help!


 No.37467

File: 810687b44e60ef9⋯.jpg (769.66 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 4.jpg)

>It's too late. It's started.


 No.37468

File: b2e4579c7bf1662⋯.jpg (767.33 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 5.jpg)

>I don't want to go!


 No.37469

>>37462

I wasn't trying to criticise the chumminess or anything, just checking I got the right reading of what you were describing.

I saw N8 once on reddit link to CS' The Hybrid as a google doc by itself, so I guess sometimes there is sharing of ST fics but not ST as a whole yeah.

I adore the title Shit Trips; it's 100% /who/ through and through.

>>37467

oh fuck


 No.37470

File: 4fbbbbdcec2b29f⋯.jpg (613.18 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 6.jpg)

>HELLO I'M THE DOCTOR


 No.37471

Neo. I have a late ST. Can I submit it


 No.37472

>>37471

Yes, do you mean you've finished it as of now?


 No.37473

>>37463

>putting Shit Trips on my CV

The name itself would draw questions. Once I mentioned "4chan", the reader would start…how do we put it…let's just say my enzymes would be inhibited greatly.


 No.37474

>>37470

This is fucking gold. Would make a good fic too. But even better as a photo series. Splendid work.


 No.37475

>>37472

Yea. Ready to submit. Its super


 No.37476

>>37471

Yeah, go ahead.


 No.37477

>>37476

Where do I dump it?


 No.37478

>>37475

You can email moffchad @ gmail.com

Or link to a pastebin here

Or some other third option

Congratulations on finishing your story!!


 No.37479

>>37475

Post a pastebin or google Doc link, and/or send it to Neo.


 No.37480

>>37474

It would be much better if you didn't knowingly interrupt it


 No.37481

>>37480

Would you like me to delete my post?


 No.37482

Wow


 No.37483

>>37482

wow bob wow


 No.37484

For the next Shit Trips comics/graphic novels should be accepted. It'd be a neat way to see how people use photoshop or draw to convey their story.


 No.37485

File: 51504491384e678⋯.jpg (233.9 KB, 1872x1080, 26:15, 1.jpg)

>Something's inhibiting my enzymes…


 No.37486

>>37484

Fun idea. ST(1) had some illustrations. Could potentially be a sister or separate project too; my audio series was somewhat a separate thing to ST2 since it came months later. /who/res draws.


 No.37487

File: 46343e1b5e3b93c⋯.jpg (223.73 KB, 1080x1872, 15:26, 2.jpg)

>OI! YOU! DON'T INTERRUPT ME!


 No.37488

>>37469>I wasn't trying to criticise the chumminess or anything, just checking I got the right reading of what you were describing.

Yeah, you had the right read. It's interesting that overall, it's a very "left-wing" space. (Several people involved are LGBT or women. I sort of know quite a few of them now.)

>I saw N8 once on reddit link to CS' The Hybrid as a google doc by itself, so I guess sometimes there is sharing of ST fics but not ST as a whole yeah.

"The Hybrid" is the most well-known fic of the Shit Trips collection, to the point there are several people who read it that never heard of Shit Trips.

>I adore the title Shit Trips; it's 100% /who/ through and through.

It's a great title, but hard to explain if you're not from /who/.

>>37484

I think this is a great idea.

>>37486

ST 2.5 has at least one fic with pictures.


 No.37489

>>37488

>"The Hybrid" is the most well-known fic of the Shit Trips collection, to the point there are several people who read it that never heard of Shit Trips.

I wonder what CS thinks of that?


 No.37490

>>37489

I think CatharticSpurious already knew. Pretty certain I mentioned it to him at one point, before he left this place.


 No.37491

Who even is enzymeposter

is there more than one?


 No.37492

>>37491

I like their sense of humour whoever they are. And they're good at photoshop. Narrows it down, narrows it down.

>>37490

Maybe it went to his head.


 No.37493

>>37492

He didn't seem that type.

I do miss him. He was a great person to discuss writer-ly stuff with.


 No.37494

>>37492

>>37491

>tfw you have a secret that you will take to your grave.


 No.37495

File: 21cbc57599a9cbf⋯.jpg (121.27 KB, 1104x809, 1104:809, implying.jpg)


 No.37496

File: 4a9089d60709fed⋯.jpg (93.01 KB, 1078x775, 1078:775, SNAP.jpg)


 No.37497

File: d97d7ca97462eab⋯.gif (1.13 MB, 540x304, 135:76, d97.gif)


 No.37498

For those wrote in Shit Trips, any retrospective thoughts on it? I still think my "Magnetism" wasn't that good.


 No.37499

>>37484

We can have our own version of 2000AD. Bunch of short comics done by different anons.


 No.37500

File: d71d3b0ae7a191f⋯.png (127.34 KB, 214x300, 107:150, 1463915568132.png)


 No.37501

What ST stories would you never be able to show someone not familiar with /who/?


 No.37502

>>37501

The Stone Revolution is the obvious answer.

But I think that the actual answer might be "The Thirteen Trips" story. It's filled with in-jokes, and derives most of the humor for knowledge of trip culture of that time. In 6 years, that story might not even make sense to the /who/res of the future. (Already, using Mongo as the main villain probably doesn't have the same impact for those who missed that era.)


 No.37503

>>37502

The 13 Trips being "outdated" is a good thing imo, because it means it captured a particular era well. And it's funny/interesting to see the bits that still play as relevant, and the bits that don't.


 No.37504

>>37503

What bits still seem relevant?

(It's funny how both Starfu and Chantho no longer show up anymore. McGanon was actually supposed to be the protag on 13 Trips Part 2, but I'll probably change that now. Hmm. Maybe Nilso as a War Trip?)


 No.37505

>>37504

Yeah it's funny isn't it :)


 No.37506

Oh, and the "Daria Julianga X Orfa Damors: An ISTSR love story" story. That one would be hard to explain.


 No.37507

>>37505

Well, uh, that's awkward. Hello, Starfu.


 No.37508

>>37507

Hi! I'm often around a lot but I never use a tripcode (except these 2 times), I don't see a reason to .


 No.37509

>>37504

Could always include some not currently present trips in a 1.5 story, since it being prequel-y to /who/ after the fact would fit the theme.


 No.37510

River gets her vortex manipulator in The Pandorica Opens, setting it before A Good Man Goes to War, but obliquely presumably references A Good Man Goes to War at the end of The Big Bang, setting it after A Good Man Goes to War.


 No.37511

>>37510

The wedding could have been set any time after TPO.


 No.37512

>The Doctor: River… Who are you?

>River Song: You’re going to find out very soon now, and I’m sorry, but that’s when everything changes.

Are there any satisfying ways to take these lines as not being post-A Good Man Goes to War (where adult River reveals her identity to the Doctor) for River?


 No.37513

>>37512

Thinking on it, as it was her parent's wedding night and she presumably knew by that point that was the night of her conception, she might've assumed the Doctor would work out her identity very soon. Then, given he's 11 and young, River might've assumed that meant The Wedding of River Song (where he knew who River was) was soon for him. River wouldn't be aware at that point that she'd actually end up telling him, in A Good Man Goes to War. I like this because it progresses from River thinking the Doctor has all the knowledge (surely he works out my identity himself!) to River realising she has plenty to teach him too, leading into her telling him her identity herself in A Good Man Goes to War, which plays really well with how in A Good Man Goes to War she schools him on how he's been effecting other planets - the whole "Doctor used to mean medicine, now it means warrior" stuff. This gets around having to do wonky headcanons like River having two separate vortex manipulators, or having a bunch of adventures after acquiring the sole vortex manipulator and ignoring the exploding TARDIS stuff for ages for some reason.


 No.37514

storm please close the poll so we dont have to see it every time we log in


 No.37515


 No.37516

Is Cheetah around? I uploaded the first ep of A Very English Scandal. It's not in HD but it's not like any of you wankers care


 No.37517

I don't know when it happened…a few years ago I adopted the whimsical intensity of the Doctor, and adapted my personal philosophy around it: Clever, Charming, Thrilled in a Crisis…and made my professional career (and personal social media and skinspace) interactions around it, just to find joy in my life.

This past February I was assaulted in the Montreal Underground for having bumped into some wanker. Broken cheekbone, black eye, bloody nose for 3 months. Didn't even have time to realise I was in a fight until I was knocked to the ground after 2 punches to the face.

I've won and lost my fair share of fights. This is the first time I wasn't even given the chance to act…I had my sonic broken when I fell (Always had it with me till then) and…I don't feel that same cleverness and confidence any more.


 No.37518

>>37517

The guy has his real name attached to that post, I wouldn't make a big deal of it here. Don't kick him while he's down.


 No.37519

>>37516

I'll take it.


 No.37520

River knows 11 is the Docotr she reveals her identity to.

She mindwipes/disguises herself with any Classic Doctor she encounters.

Why doesn't she do that with 10? In Silence with the Library/the DOTD adventure they had/any other EU adventures, River doesn't hide who she is from 10. So why does she only mindwipe pre-10 Doctors, when she hasn't experienced Silence of the Library yet and realised 10 is the first one to come to know her?


 No.37521

>>37516

yeah if neo and the others come in i'll stream it rn


 No.37522

>>37517

Jesus that's pathetic. The state of Reddit.


 No.37523

>>37521

im in stream rn btw


 No.37524

>>37519

Okay. It is the iplayer rip, mind, so it's got a BBC watermark in the top left corner. I mainly put it up for stream purposes.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1wWjydK89zt6BE0fSMNGwYWDhEcSYbkP4/view?usp=sharing


 No.37525

>>37524

TY bb


 No.37526

>>37517

I know this is depressing and all, but something about how it's structured is so perfectly comical. Particularly the transition into the start of the second paragraph.


 No.37527

>>37517

>>37522

That's not pathetic. Just legitimately sad. Have some empathy.


 No.37528

File: bb55b20108bdbb5⋯.jpg (16.68 KB, 320x320, 1:1, 14052246_312615882424968_1….jpg)

File: bbfcc5e094e43b9⋯.jpg (100.31 KB, 640x640, 1:1, 33210220_371025440057356_2….jpg)

Such a sweet face….the dog too. I😘


 No.37529

Actually maybe she ended at the end of Silence in the Library to mindwipe 10?

But why didn't she mindwipe 10 at the end of any of their other adventures, like in the DOTD novel?

Also, River is cut and upset as fuck in Silence in the Library when she realises it's the first time the Doctor meets her. Yet she's completely unphased when any Classic Doctor has a "first meeting" with her.

…………I hate that I'm doing this but I'm starting to entertain "River's audios come after Silence and before Husbands" again………


 No.37530

I legitimately feel like I've been losing brain cells over this past week as I've tried to unpack Moffat's plots.


 No.37531

SO ARE WE GONNA STREAM AVES OR NOT


 No.37532

>>37529

I think you're accidentally leading to an "audios come after Silence In The Library" for an "escaped-the-library" River.


 No.37533

>>37530

That explains your posts.


 No.37534

>>37533

Shame there's no excuse for yours.


 No.37535

File: a9e0191ff6a57a4⋯.jpg (704.82 KB, 2080x1560, 4:3, drwhoandrose.jpg)

What the fuck?


 No.37536

>>37535

translate the ingredients?


 No.37537

>>37535

Which bit is meant to be Rose?


 No.37538

>>37532

Ahgr that's way too far, I'm not touching that. But it is really hard to brook "River is super upset in SOTL/FOTD when the Doctor doesn't recognise her" with "River is amused in Briggs Finish whenever the Doctor doesn't recognise her", with the fact the BF audios (regardless of whether they come before or after Husbands) come before SITL/FOTD.

Someone please help me.


 No.37539

This feels like a silly explanation but…maybe every River/10 encounter pre SITL/FOTD (for 10), 10 was super lovey-dovey and romantic towards River (that fits him!). They certainly act extremely couple-y in their DOTD novelisation adventure.

So when 10 is totally cold to her and doesn't recognise her in SITL/FOTD it hits extra hard for River. Yet when 4/5/6/7/8 don't recognise her it's just amusing for her since she doesn't really share that true couple-y, deep love with those incarnations specifically.

Does that make any sense?


 No.37540

STARTING A VERY ENGLISH SCANDAL IN THE STREAM IN 2 MINUTES


 No.37541

>>37536

it's just random rolls and sushis, everything is on the picture


 No.37542

If nobody has any better ideas, I'm accepting >>37539 as headcanon. Does nobody want to one-up me and offer a better solution??


 No.37543

giga in the stream


 No.37544

>>37543

t. thirsty giga


 No.37545

https://twitter.com/WhoFilming/status/1000802860332978176

Some more tasty Doctor Who Stalker Reports spoilers


 No.37546

How does the Doctor not recognize River in SITL when he's met her in so many of his prior incarnations?


 No.37547

>>37546

In every previous meeting the Doctor had with River she either disguised herself, or erased his memory at the end of the encounter.


 No.37548

File: 7521f224c1288d0⋯.jpg (76.74 KB, 593x527, 593:527, tumblr_p48tbwst7z1qi3g2qo1….jpg)

>>37545

I honestly miss seeing set pics. Stuff like this you know? lesbians


 No.37549

>>37548

How will we know if they don't remind us every episode?


 No.37550

>>37548

I love how little we see now. Even when S11 is shit, I'll praise Chibnall for how tight a lid he kept on that. When we're actually watching the episodes, we'll be very glad for how much he successfully managed to hide from us. Imagine a Simm level reveal totally unspoiled.


 No.37551

>>37548

I miss seeing tantalising set pics as well, but I'll relish not having a clue what each episode is going to look and feel like.


 No.37552

>>37550

And for me, I feel they've gone too far. If one wished to remain unspoiled, they could have just not looked at the set pics.

Now we've got almost nothing. How sad.


 No.37553

>>37552

>If one wished to remain unspoiled, they could have just not looked at the set pics.

Come on, it's hardly that easy in this day and age, they get plastered all over the place. Do you think someone should have to leave /who/ for months outright if they don't want any set pic spoilers?


 No.37554


 No.37555


 No.37556

File: 8fc8124e7374ea9⋯.jpg (25 KB, 669x514, 669:514, 33425630_1407217236091626_….jpg)

NEO

ARE YOU CHEETAH PERSON'S LITTLE BUNNY?


 No.37557

I'm going to kiss you.

And you will enjoy it.


 No.37558

>>37553

If /who/ had better spoiler etiquette, wouldn't be an issue.

Also, that ignores how many supposed spoilers end up wrong. Remember how we thought the First Doctor would be in the vault?


 No.37559

>>37556

Ingiga hates these images.


 No.37560

>>37556

No, I'm Ingiga's.


 No.37561

>>37558

The First Doctor in the vault wasn't a leaked setpic though, like the two TARDISes for TUAT was. Fake spoilers in text or tweets are one thing because there's absolute deniability, setpics are crushingly real.


 No.37562

Has there ever been faked set pics before? /who/'s fake GB-bait spoilers notwithstanding.


 No.37563

>>37562

There's been misinterpreted setpics I know, like from different productions.


 No.37564

It is with great pleasure that I would like to announce I have cancelled Doctor Who.


 No.37565

It is with great pleasure that I would like to announce I have rebooted Doctor Who


 No.37566

Imagine Moffat mansplaining Clara's "arc" to you. Joy.


 No.37567

He is not to write to my showrunner describing acts of anal sex under any circumstances whatsoever.


 No.37568

File: 6ebba2add9069d1⋯.jpg (50.06 KB, 960x720, 4:3, lpvg6bm965011.jpg)

>Outdated set of Doctors

>Dr. Who

>Season 2


 No.37569

>>37568

Cursed.


 No.37570

File: 522b7873591fcc9⋯.jpg (108.88 KB, 760x1199, 760:1199, AajprsZYhyQ.jpg)

My little bunny


 No.37571

>>37568

>classic who aspect ratio, even though the cake has a new who aspect ratio

kino


 No.37572

Thoughts on virus of homosexuality?


 No.37573

File: 579fb6c671b826e⋯.jpg (276.12 KB, 788x576, 197:144, 1.jpg)

>Yes, well I'll have you know that something is inhibiting my enzymes.


 No.37574

File: c1f453c7ea557e9⋯.jpg (294.45 KB, 788x576, 197:144, 2.jpg)

>GOOD GRIEF!


 No.37575

File: 09788062145d615⋯.jpg (220.83 KB, 788x576, 197:144, 3.jpg)


 No.37576


 No.37577

Someone needs to make an archive of all the enzymeposts and put them on the wiki.


 No.37578

sry to my streambros my internet died


 No.37579

>>37578

Wondered where you ran off to. No hard feelings.


 No.37580

File: 44cc44ce287a40a⋯.jpg (321.06 KB, 2649x1283, 2649:1283, credits.jpg)

I have a request to anyone decent at photoshop - Lym, Nilso, anyone else. Hopefully it's just a quick job.

Would it be possible for one of you to make an image that looks like a typical movie credits listing (like pic related), except formatted as portrait not landscape, and with text I'd share with you?


 No.37581

>>37580

Yeah, sure. Message in the stream.


 No.37582

File: 95973f449841162⋯.png (1.02 MB, 1306x2108, 653:1054, enz.png)

>Something's reminding me of books…


 No.37583


 No.37584

>>37582

I will never forget this picture.


 No.37585

>>37584

I will not forget one line of this. Not one day. I swear. I will always remember this meme.


 No.37586

File: ebb286fdc0cf223⋯.png (271.86 KB, 355x355, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

something's inhibiting my arm


 No.37587

File: ebb286fdc0cf223⋯.png (271.86 KB, 355x355, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)

something's inhibiting my arm


 No.37588

File: 1258a785db71c7b⋯.png (193.05 KB, 388x226, 194:113, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.37589

seem to have accidentally posted the first one twice


 No.37590

>it's an "overlord tries to meme" episode


 No.37591

>>37590

E X P O S E D


 No.37592

>>37188

desu I don't necessarily think Miles shouldnt SOMEDAY be associated with the product. Maybe one day after they finally get foreman out of their system and experience the resounding dull indifference to their production and mellow the fuck out.

Not because theyre a great or even good writer; but because they have all the hallmarks of a good producer: clear vision, goals for where they want the characters to go, an indepth knowledge of where their universe is during their production and a central theme/message that rings through.

In an ideal capacity they would just run things or like Gary Russel occasionally throw in a pedestrian level story among an untested pool of genius.

But i dont see that being a possibility for a looong time


 No.37593

>>37582

Blessed image.

>>37581

I will later this week if that's okay, just checking it was doable for now.


 No.37594

>>37593

Yeah, sure thing.


 No.37595

File: d64ea0af8a4c161⋯.png (2.6 KB, 289x54, 289:54, rtdstory.png)


 No.37596

File: 9f75af93633bffd⋯.png (369.1 KB, 928x823, 928:823, 1527434791056.png)

Are overly long arcs like season 23 or series 6 effectively televisual "manspreading"?


 No.37597

>>37596

Slate articles are the "news" equivalent of finding out you have severe facial herpes


 No.37598

>>37597

t. Nilso


 No.37599

>>37598

tell me I'm wrong.


 No.37600

File: f7f11b9ca3516f7⋯.png (237.55 KB, 1245x378, 415:126, lol.png)

What are some Doctor Who episodes about denial?


 No.37601

File: 8303a2e05cd7f64⋯.png (181.22 KB, 800x600, 4:3, 1527446535176.png)

File: 4b612d78b8e9b03⋯.png (189.87 KB, 725x350, 29:14, 1527449795323.png)


 No.37602

File: 6237716069bf624⋯.jpg (180.4 KB, 889x500, 889:500, ez.jpg)


 No.37603

Nilsos suckin dick at the kinoplex


 No.37604

File: f8712e0b31156cb⋯.png (852.65 KB, 792x738, 44:41, Neo.png)

What are some Doctor Who episodes that make Kinda and Nilso really happy?


 No.37605

>>37604

Serious or meme?


 No.37606

>>37568

mm, all that black ink sure does look tasty


 No.37607

>>37605

I agree with the article title if that's what you're asking. I know Kinda and Nilso wouldn't though.


 No.37608

>>37607

No, I was asking you if you were being serious with the question you asked or if you were trying to bait me with subpar trappings.


 No.37609

>>37608

t. Nilso


 No.37610

>>37609

Answer my fucking question you attention whore


 No.37611

Nilso supports the Tory knife ban and wants to see it extended to sex toys because porn puts him on the verge of tears


 No.37612

>>37611

>supports Tory knife ban

nope

>wants to see it extended to sex toys because porn puts him on the verge of tears

don't like porn but I don't think it should be banned - really annoyed about the porn license thing that might be happening at the end of the year because it's something only this country could ever even remotely think about implementing


 No.37613

>>37612

Yeah yeah blame "the country" not the government


 No.37614

>>37613

Government is completely scuffed, chap


 No.37615

Nilso would rather see the knife ban repealed and get stabbed in the street than have someone walk up to him holding a sex toy


 No.37616

im pickle nilso


 No.37617

>>37614

You voted for it.


 No.37618

What's a Nilso amongst friends?


 No.37619

>>37615

I'm never going to get stabbed because I don't A) live in London or B) instigate fights for no reason with hoods.

>>37617

Didn't vote in the GE because both major parties were completely departed from reality.


 No.37620

File: 291e4078ec11124⋯.jpg (34.64 KB, 500x363, 500:363, BSlT06uWiOeyQrmZq1cSb44HyU….jpg)


 No.37621

>see 19 new posts in the thread

>it's just this shit


 No.37622

>>37621

>see 1 new post in the thread

>it's just this shit


 No.37623

>>37621

What's your opinion on Castrovalva?


 No.37624

Nilso's lack of support for a ban on sex toys once again reveals his SJW tendencies. Mobs of young black thugs are roaming the streets of London, dildos in hand, ready to arse rape any "cracka" or "wasteman" they see. And he couldn't care less, because legislating against them would be too "PC"


 No.37625

>>37624

anything is a sex toy if you're brave enough


 No.37626

>>37625

This.


 No.37627

>>37626

Elaborate.


 No.37628

bebberoni


 No.37629

Not worried about no knife ban. They'll never take my spork from me


 No.37630

File: 92296bf6327899a⋯.jpg (204.05 KB, 1080x1080, 1:1, snap.jpg)


 No.37631

>>37629

t. the penguin of doom


 No.37632

https://twitter.com/WhoFilming/status/1000846497502679041

>Just in case any of you thought I was joking, I'm not. It seriously does look like there's a cat incoming!

KINO AGE INCOMING


 No.37633


 No.37634

>>37623

Cool idea, boring execution.


 No.37635


 No.37636

>>37635

l-lewd


 No.37637

>>37635

Oh my giddy aunt.


 No.37638

File: 5013a8ea6d8a7d2⋯.png (1.75 MB, 1014x1521, 2:3, 1526464485386.png)

Nilso's future is a fucking nightmare.


 No.37639

>>37635

Nilso's passed the verge of tears now. He's fallen off the deep end into endless sobbing and there's no way of bringing him back. This is why porn needs to be banned. To protect neurodivergent people like Nilso.


 No.37640

TheOncomingStorm's future will turn out rather well.

Ingiga knows exactly what's in store for him, for better or worse.

Nilso's future, however…


 No.37641

>>37638

Tee hee! He said it again!


 No.37642

>>37403

Death Comes to Time in the stream


 No.37643

>>37641

t. eternally assblasted nilcel


 No.37644

>>37230

It's strange to me that El hasn't pitched for the Black Archive series. Seems like a great foot in the door for Obverse. But of course she's probably not interested in writing for their ranges.

>>37207

Sounds ideal to me, though I'd phrase that more as a "new chapter" than an "end"

>>37246

This is confusing to me. Just because SBJ and Dale Smith have written more recently, doesn't mean they're more relevant to the range. The entire FP range is built off of Miles' ideas (and, in the case of things like the Remote, his philosophies). Even SBJ hasn't even approached that level of influence.

Out of curiosity, do I know you from Discord?

>>37266

>>37268

>>37275

To be clear, I've built up most of that list as a satire of the people who used to wage fandom wars about how every little thing was copied from Loz and ree Moffat sucks. So I don't know how good a resource it is for serious discussion. I think there is a solid argument for Miles' influence on NuWho, but the ones you'll get from most fans ("talking TARDISes, hurr") is utter tripe.

More in reply to >>37253 I think the reason people focus on Miles' contributions rather than Cornell's or Orman's or Parkin's, all of whom meaningfully impacted the idea of What Who Was during the Wilderness, is just because Miles' ideas had the biggest /direct/ influence on the EDAs, which (with the exception of Briggs Finish's ~20 pre-NuWho Eighth Doctor audios) were the "current edge" of Who during the late Wilderness. I mean, Miles only wrote 3 novels for the Eighth Doctor, and they had a huge influence over the series, not only in the ongoing arcs they introduced (which, between the War and Sabbath, absolutely dominated the range) but also in the attitudes they took (eg toward the post-War universe).

Whereas, I mean, Cornell's single EDA was a grand flop, Magrs' were groundbreaking but lacking in followup from NuWho, and Parkin mostly played in his own sandbox of lore. The only other writer who I'd give a similar credit in the EDAs would be Orman&Blum, who basically gave the definitive characterization of the Eighth Doctor in "Vampire Science" – but even then, Loz was striking at the same iron in "Alien Bodies", what, two months later?

>>37294

Well, that's entirely your fault then – God knows Immigrant and I shilled about it enough, back when it was taking submissions.

>>37324

>>37218

It was supposed to be a temporary thing, with Sabbath trying to become the Doctor and then fucking up and getting BTFO by Eight. Kinda like my dream for the Master, although preferably it'd last a few years rather than happening in a single book. Instead, Sabbath turned into a mustachioed agent of eight evil diamonds. God the later EDAs were head-scratchy.

>>37206

Loz's relationship with Briggs Finish is actually a funny story. When he was working on a Dalek book, since Briggs Finish was also making a Dalek story (maybe Dalek Empire actually?), he called GRussell to make sure they wouldn't overlap, got voicemail, said "call me back", never got a call-back. Then later he heard through the grapevine about how he'd apparently called Briggs Finish begging for a job.

As it happens, "The Adolescence of Time" is one of the last Doctor Who universe stories he ever wrote, and it was for Briggs Finish's Bernice Summerfield range. So.

>>37455

>>37260

Immigrant gives good advice, though there isn't really that much on reddit ever. Just look at the GallifreyBase Books section and follow based big-finish-sketches on Tumblr. The Discord really is the best place for it, though, not because it's insular or anything (>>37456) but because (outside of being Facebook friends with many EU writers, which also works) it's the highest concentration of fans interested in writing for Who / spinoffs, and they share the opportunities they find.

>>37490

Goddamn shame CS disappeared. Was on my shortlist for Coloth. Does anyone know of any way at all to get in touch with him?


 No.37645

>>37632

A cat in the TARDIS would be genius, which is why I don't buy it.


 No.37646

>>37644

AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH


 No.37647

Cloister/Belle are the manifestation of /who/'s straightness.

GlitterGun is the manifestation of /who/'s homosexuality.

Nilso is the manifestation of /who/'s asexuality.


 No.37648

>>37645

K-9 is gonna get a sex change and become kit-10


 No.37649

>>37646

Bit longer than I thought :(


 No.37650

>>37647

What about bisexuality?


 No.37651

>>37650

Biscum aren't welcome here.


 No.37652

ingilso


 No.37653

>briggs finish wordfilter

consider me rused


 No.37655

If the Doctor does have a cat in s11, what should she call it?


 No.37656

gigas biphobic


 No.37657

neos acephobic


 No.37658

>>37655

Nilso.


 No.37659

>>37657

But Nilso is one of his closest friends.


 No.37660

Nilsos biphobic


 No.37661

>>37647

WHO AM I

>>37644

It's so exciting to see big posts like these pop up! Does that sound sarcastic? I'm entirely earnest.

If CS wanted to make himself known he would, when you start rallying up submissions for Coloth I would not be at all surprised if he quietly wormed his way to you if he was interested.

How'd you finagle your way into getting FB friend requests accepted by EU writers? Was it all post-you getting known in FP circles as you have?

>>37657

I believe you've confused me with another trip.


 No.37662

he's fat

he's round

he bounces on the ground

it's nilso


 No.37663

Cats is slowly becoming everything Monganon accused him of being.


 No.37664

I can't wait for all the new trips we'll be getting when we return to /tv/


 No.37665

scongiga


 No.37666

>>37663

I really profoundly disagree. Sometimes I wonder if Cats' brand of humour is too distinctly Australian to jive with the majority of /who/res.


 No.37667

Skelly, kinda, TOMTIT, etc, do you feel there's a distinctly Australian flavour to Cats' posts/sense of humour?


 No.37668

File: f2352fb204801b5⋯.jpg (66.01 KB, 720x960, 3:4, nilso.jpg)

Less than two days until classic marathon.


 No.37669

>>37666

Cats is incredibly annoying and continually irritates everyone


 No.37670

>>37669

>everyone


 No.37671

>>37667

You won't get any useful answers because you're the only one he confesses any of his anonymous antics to.


 No.37672

>>37671

cats posted in the stream the other day that he started nilsoposting


 No.37673

>>37669

Cats doesn't irritate me at all and I do not find him the slightest bit annoying. And I've been around for years and remember when he posted quite differently too.

>>37672

No he didn't, he said he started the posting of "nilsos gay".

>>37671

I won't get any useful answers because it's not even 8AM in Australia yet.


 No.37674

>>37639

My apologies. I understand tears make a great lube.

>>37647

desu my other half is pretty lesbianic. She identifies as bi, but truth be told doesn't care much for men due to very bad experiences.

>>37653

Haha

>>37664

New trips are almost always awful until they've tripped for 6 months or greater.

>>37666

I think I "get" most of it. There are times where I genuinely don't know where he stands though. That being said I'm almost always entertained either way.

>>37669

Everyone annoys and irritates me at some level, at some point. Cats actually less so than most.


 No.37675

File: 0d52b60cd7ca52d⋯.gif (1.41 MB, 268x280, 67:70, dwsr.gif)


 No.37676

File: f8e2ec7c833343c⋯.jpg (12.4 KB, 350x231, 50:33, OneThinks.jpg)

File: f422a6fc5ef193c⋯.jpg (164.19 KB, 1200x775, 48:31, WhoBackWhen-Doctor-Who-Doc….jpg)

File: 32fffd14803a1e8⋯.gif (495.21 KB, 320x240, 4:3, giphy.gif)

BBBBBBBBBRRRRRRRRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPP

snnnnniiiiiiffffffffffff…oh yes my dear….sssnnnnnnnnnnnniiiiiiiiffffffff….quite pungent indeed…is that….dare I say….sssssssnniff…eggs I smell?……sniff sniff….hmmm…yes…quite so my darling….sniff….quite pungent eggs yes very much so …..ssssssssssssssnnnnnnnnnnnnnnniiiiiiiffffff….ah yes…and also….a hint of….sniff….cheese…..quite wet my dear….sniff…but oh yes…this will do nicely….sniff…..please my dear….another if you please….nice a big now….

BBBBBBRRRRRRRAAAAAAAPPPPPPPFFFFFFFFLLLLLLLLLPPPPPPPPPFFFFFF

Oh yes…very good!….very sloppy and wet my dear….hmmmmm…is that a drop of nugget I see on the rim?…hmmmm…..let me…..let me just have a little taste before the sniff my darling…….hmmmmm….hmm..yes….that is a delicate bit of chocolate my dear….ah yes….let me guess…curry for dinner?….oh quite right I am….aren't I?….ok….time for sniff…..sssssnnnnnnniiiiiiiiffffffff…..hmmm…hhhmmmmm I see…yes….yes indeed as well curry……hmmm….that fragrance is quite noticeable….yes…..onion and garlic chutney I take it my dear?…..hmmmmm….yes quite…..

BBBBBBRRRRRRRRPPPPPPFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFTTTTTTTTTTT

Oh I was not expecting that…that little gust my dear….you caught me off guard…yes…so gentle it was though…hmmmm…let me taste this little one…just one small sniff…..sniff…ah….ssssssnnnnnniiiiiffffffffffff…and yet…so strong…yes…the odor….sniff sniff…hmmm….is that….sniff….hmmm….I can almost taste it my dear…..yes….just…sniff….a little whiff more if you please…..ssssssnnnnnniiiiiffffffffff…ah yes I have it now….yes quite….hhhhmmmm…delectable my dear…..quite exquisite yes…..I dare say…sniff….the most pungent one yet my dear….ssssnnnnniiiifffffffffffffffffffffff….yes….


 No.37677

https://thesevateem.com/

Concept album based on The Caves of Androzani. Proceeds go to Doctors Without Borders.


 No.37678

>>37676

opinions on >>37674


 No.37679

>>37675

Those fucking trousers. They're either just too long, or just too short. I can't figure out which, which might be why I hate them so much.


 No.37680

>>37679

based


 No.37681

it took me so long to realise the 'australian humour is completely different' meme is not a meme


 No.37682

File: ea52ae7815b7ccb⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 40.42 KB, 474x633, 158:211, fb.JPG)

>>37661

Getting FP on the Tardis Wiki put me on the radar of Stuy Dougs and a few other FP writers, but most came through the Unbound anthology project. From there it was a matter of optimizing for mutual friends.


 No.37683

>>37682

>mentioning Stuart Douglas in reply to Neo


 No.37684

>>37681

American humour and British humour have huge, well-observed differences, surely it's not that outlandish to suggest Australia has some manner of distinction as well. Moot was not being ironic when he lambasted Australians as notorious shitposters; it's a pretty consistent observed pattern of behaviour. On /who/ alone I think it's pretty evident how different nation's humour interacts.

>>37683

I never did get that book. The order was confirmed and all but I never got the "it's been shipped!" email. I should follow up on that.

>>37682

You are a grand success story. How are whatever projects you're working on these days going?


 No.37685

>>37677

I love it when fans actually create shit. And it's in support of a good charity. The people who made this are based for doing this.

>>37681

redpill me on aussie humour

>>37679

I really like the rest of the outfit, especially the shape of the coat. But the trousers look wrong. The should get thinner down her leg, because legs get thinner toward the ankle. (most trousers do this, even if only slightly) These trousers dont. If anything it looks like they flare out


 No.37686

>>37685

I like elements of the outfit individually. I'm not sold on the total package/ it's assembly. The fanny pack is based though.


 No.37687

>>37685

>redpill me on aussie humour

australians seem to be walking shitposters. as in, in real life, not just online. I find it fucking hilarious frankly, both irl and online


 No.37688

New rumour for s11 e1 title:

Am the Doc and Av Got No Cock


 No.37689

>>37686

> The fanny pack is based though.

Oh absolutely. I've seen fanart that includes the bum bag. Made me weirdly happy to see that.


 No.37690

>>37685

I think Australian humour is heavily steeped in trolling in a way American or British humour isn't. Sure you can point to the drop bear equivalents in other countries, but in my interaction with people from other countries (particularly other expats) I've noticed there is much more of a tendency with Australians to talk absolute bullshit with a great degree of frequency and to be consistently be amused by doing so, whether people believe it or not. This is where the stereotype of being "walking shitposters" comes from, because Australians effectively are. That, coupled with the same tendency toward banter as the Brits, explains why we're infamous for shitposting online I'd imagine. Anyone who's tried to joke around with Americans will understand the difference in how seriously one takes themselves too.

As for the album, yeah, it's inspiring isn't it? Really cool to see.


 No.37691

What happened to Angie and Artie? How did space-time travel with a floppy-haired, thousand-year-old alien come to affect their lives?


 No.37692

File: 294e233977ef50d⋯.png (3.39 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, int.png)


 No.37693

>>37692

:goat:


 No.37694

>>37691

No one believed anything they said, one commited suicide, the other wound up in an asylum


 No.37695

>>37687

>walking shitposters. as in, in real life, not just online

IRL at least you can see the smirk that comes with it and hear it in their outrageous accents. I've been fortunate enough to have a couple of Aussie acquaintances when I was younger because of exchange programs and school trips is model UN still a thing? and even their word choices, verbiage in everyday conversation is baity. It's kind of a dry humour/wit that has threads of sarcasm.

>>37689

I unironically like them despite the fact that they're the hipster accessory de jour. They're no cargo pants, but you can fit alot of useful shit in there.

>>37692

Looks like a funeral parlor. Which is kind of nice and I could see a Doctor habitating like that.


 No.37696

>>37692

That is gorgeous. I agree with Cloi, it's funeral parlour-y - in the best sense possible. Something very sterile and eerie about it, like a 60/40 blend of sci-fi and marble architecture. I couldn't actually a place a Doctor we currently have in it, other than perhaps Sylv at some point in his life. Maybe the Shalka Doc?


 No.37697

>>37695

>>37696

It's actually based on the Cavern Club. I was originallly going to go for a brick wall look, but I felt that was too on the nose. I'm planning to furnish it a bit more to make it look more lived in.


 No.37698

Do you on some level consider it a betrayal to use other Doctor Who fan communities than /who/?


 No.37699

>>37682

Question out of interest, you publish your stories under your pseudonym right? But being FB friends with writers and things, surely that's not pseudonymic, so in writerly circles like that are pseudonyms purely a publication-only thing and there's no real masking of identity? Just curious about that sort of stuff since I have no clue how it works.


 No.37700

>>37697

What about adding colourful strobe lights or tables and chairs? Anything with that sort of feel to it, anyway


 No.37701

File: 74c4f0c682221f0⋯.jpg (37.96 KB, 576x324, 16:9, doctor_who___unused_consol….jpg)

File: f6c642c6150ad21⋯.jpg (23.11 KB, 570x320, 57:32, tardis-console-proto-seaso….jpg)

>>37696

>>37697

I can see 7 living in this. Did you base the console at least somewhat on pics related?


 No.37702

>>37701

Yep, the console was inspired by that and certainly not done because I couldn't be bothered modelling a proper base for it. I'd love to share more pics and work on it more, but the render time takes around an hour, and that's just for a really noisy image.


 No.37703

>>37698

No, unless it's reddit, and it's not so much betrayal but bewilderment.

>>37697

Nice work! I would really almost like to see it with pews.


 No.37704

>>37698

pretty much >>37703.


 No.37705


 No.37706

>>37692

That looks comfy as fuck. I wanna live there.


 No.37707

What the fuck is Coloth?


 No.37708

>>37707

Otchon's brother.


 No.37709

File: 79790d2df7ba398⋯.png (2.68 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, int.png)


 No.37710

>>37709

If I were you I'd give the flooring a carpet look.


 No.37711

File: 952571341707eca⋯.jpg (16.37 KB, 352x288, 11:9, moff.jpg)

File: 31dd9bdf36b3ff3⋯.jpg (16.36 KB, 352x288, 11:9, moff2.jpg)

File: 9d2bc850075f8d8⋯.jpg (44.78 KB, 960x960, 1:1, moff1.jpg)

Post rare moffs

>>37684

Been really bogged down by school and work lately. All my writing lately is for Book of the Peace.

>>37699

https://www.facebook.com/nate.bumber

I personally try to do everything through my pseudonym. Writing money is sent to a paypal attached to my pseudonymous email. It's really up to you how you choose to handle it, though.

>>37708

>>37707

Good answer. A more proper one might be "Simon Bucher-Jones is really nice about copyright."


 No.37712

>>37711

can someone make a gif where the second pic morphs into the first pic? Like that thing they did to make Seven wink in the opening title sequence.


 No.37713

Trump…you are the biggest idiot in politics, Because of your "good decision" you have resulted in the deaths of over 50 people. You have also made many other horrible decisions in the last 16 months, And you are in general an asshole. Saying that you are the president of the United States is an embarrassment. I feel so sorry for the people in the US to have such an asshole in the White House.


 No.37714

>>37713

BREAKING NEWS: TRUMP TO RESIGN FROM PRESIDENCY FOLLOWING NONSENSICAL POST ON PERUVIAN NOODLE COOKING FORUM


 No.37715

>>37714

Anon is on your side, Nilso. He's just false flagging.


 No.37716

>>37714

>>37713

/who/ is gonna bring down Trump singlehandedly


 No.37717

>>37715

It truly is such a beautiful post


 No.37718

Okay, this is it. I reve


 No.37719

File: ed03ee332999fd7⋯.png (3.54 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, int2.png)


 No.37720

>>37719

Truly patrician.


 No.37721

>>37644

>It's strange to me that El hasn't pitched for the Black Archive series. Seems like a great foot in the door for Obverse. But of course she's probably not interested in writing for their ranges.

she and Jack tried to pitch a joint Sun Makers Black Archive

rejected

it seems people think the Eruditorum is too established/and/or/unpredictable to be trusted with these sorts of things


 No.37722

File: 6c1a03d06108fe9⋯.jpg (208.48 KB, 1280x960, 4:3, INVASIONKINO.jpg)


 No.37723

File: 7b678e9f097eaac⋯.png (1.05 MB, 1920x1280, 3:2, moffle.png)

>Davros is unique among villains. He has a quality that's possessed by no other famous villain I can think of.

>The word, I think, is sincerity. He means it. According to dark and terrible lights, he has absolute integrity. So often when soppy old liberals like me start writing a villain, we just make them a compendium of the worst possible qualities: they are vain, treacherous, weak, petty. Fools for the Doctor to stomp over and deride. But Davros is clever, determined, eloquent, selfless, passionate, heroic in his dreadful way - and, of course, quite astonishingly evil. He, rather than the Master, is our hero's eternal opposite. For the Doctor, survival of the fittest is a clarion call to protect the weak - for Davros it is a good reason to eliminate them. It's horrible to contemplate which of them Mother Nature would agree with - the poet or the pragmatist.

>And that's why they fascinate each other. More than conquest, more than power, what Davros wants is to sit the Doctor down and make him see that he is wrong. And somehow, perhaps less willingly, the Doctor wants to do the same.

>It takes a hell of a bit of writing to set that up, so respect across the years to Terry Nation. My mother-in-law was his agent, you know!


 No.37724

>>37644

Can we back up a second? I want to hit out on your points about the eighth doctor's era and nuwho followup:

1.i agree that cornell's novel is a flop. Its a decent read but its a flop.HOWEVER cornell wrote arguably one of the more imitatable stories in Seasons of Fear. Consider the elements that were ahead of its time: a scene, not just an arc element or a code word that would play out and contribute not only to the direct arc but an arc later on(in terror firma and time of the daleks) that gets greater context on replays. That's moffat's signature first moffucking right there.

2.an immortal who becomes more cynnical and jaded as the doctor travels through episodes of their life, elongated by alien technology. While i concede that city of death kind of did it, seasons of fear does it linearly instead of hopping about.

3.use of descendants and companions to enact a plan of revenge against the doctor

4.doctor being a romantic partner of english royalty? Come on.

It seems like whenever moff needs a fun idea he pulls from cornell. And its not like he doesnt fully admit listening to it: he listed his favorite 8th doctor story as chimes of midnight just a story or 2 before it.


 No.37725

>>37644

I tried to shill it a bit, but I didn't think anyone would be interested. I think ST2 and the Unbound anthology might share a submission or 2, actually.

>Orman&Blum, who basically gave the definitive characterization of the Eighth Doctor in "Vampire Science" – but even then, Loz was striking at the same iron in "Alien Bodies", what, two months later

I feel that Orman&Blum's characterization of Eight was stronger, though. Their 8 feels more like his own character, with his own brand of weirdness.

> The entire FP range is built off of Miles' ideas

True, but current FP has become more sci-fi that Miles' "gods and metaphorical creatures of myth" FP.

>>37207

Public domain Doctor Who would be beautiful. Though, if Nations' estate and Candy Jar still had their rights, the Daleks, Brig, Great Intelligence, and a few others might not be able to be equally available.


 No.37726

>>37711

>>37725

I wish I'd properly thought about submitting something for this Unbound Anthology when you both mentioned it back on /tv/, and I kick myself repeatedly because of that inaction. I know it's well past time to submit now, but what was the criteria for entry again?


 No.37727

>>37724

>>37725

>I feel that Orman&Blum's characterization of Eight was stronger, though. Their 8 feels more like his own character, with his own brand of weirdness.

this

the Orman/Blum conception of McGann sort of slots into the less-defined Miles conception of McGann and enhances it


 No.37728

File: da1013e7efafecb⋯.pdf (390.34 KB, Defending_Earth_-_Guidelin….pdf)

>>37726

The criteria was just having a creative take on the Doctor, that wasn't the main 13 Doctors, or you could use the Unbound BF Doctors. You just needed to send a pitch to Nate.

Attached are the guidelines for the current Sarah Jane anthology that's accepting pitches. You'll need a Discord account, though, as the editor wants to communicate through Discord primarily (you send the pitch through email, tho.)

>>37727

Lloyd Rose had a good Eighth Doctor characterization, though that was still built off of Orman/Blum.


 No.37729

>>37728

I remember reading an interview wherein Rose says she didn't think anyone had done Eight's characterization justice yet

a lot of these connections might be in our heads


 No.37730

>>37729

I'm positive that people overthink how much Moffat's taken from others.


 No.37731

>>37401

Davison to Colon

The Deadly Assassin Master

Tom Baker


 No.37732

File: 506a93804bc5e72⋯.png (621.02 KB, 1235x1356, 1235:1356, sometimes there isn't anot….png)

>>37728

It was that simple? FUCK. I guess that, sometimes, there just isn't another way.


 No.37733

>>37732

I mean, your pitch still had to be read. But the submissions were very open.

You should have entered. That's why I've sent in a Sarah Jane pitch, despite not knowing her as well as I would like. You gotta try.


 No.37734

>>37731

Are you the oldest /who/re here?


 No.37735

ROXANNE

YOU DON'T HAVE TO PUT ON THAT RED LIGHT


 No.37736

t. Cheetah_Person


 No.37737

>>37736

meant for >>37735


 No.37738

File: 9fc4f51bcb09f50⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 53.13 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

>>37735

Walk the streets for money, you dont care if it's wrong or if it's right.

ROOOOOOOOOXANNE.


 No.37739

>>37738

PUT ON THE RED LIGHT

>mfw there are people on /who/ RIGHT NOW who don't realize we're quoting a classic rock song


 No.37740

>>37724

Those are very good points! I was apparently wrong to so quickly dismiss Cornell. Either way, by no means do I intend to claim that any one writer has a monopoly on influencing NuWho.

(Although I think "Doctor being a romantic partner of English royalty" is more a RTD trope than a Moffat one!)

I just hope you can understand from my post why I think people tend to usually pick Miles as the object of "hey, ideas are being copied!" claims. Not just because he was extremely visible in the years before 2005 as a driver of the EDAs, but also because of his role in developing/reintroducing the "time war" idea which would (quite obviously) play a major and extremely visible role in NuWho.

>>37725

>>37727

Agreed completely re:characterization, hence what I said. I just think that, out of the earliest EDAs, "Alien Bodies" and "Vampire Science" are much closer when it comes to 8's characterization than many of the others.

Also,

>>37725

>True, but current FP has become more sci-fi that Miles' "gods and metaphorical creatures of myth" FP.

I know we've discussed this before at length, and, respectfully, I'm still not sure you have the distinction between "scifi" and "myth with scifi imagery" down straight. With one or two notable exceptions, I think recent releases have been more-or-less perfect: in particular, I think "The Book of the Enemy" was more-or-less a tour de force of the latter approach. I expect we'll be getting a lot more of that in "Book of the Peace", as well.

>>37728

Do I know the editor of the SJ thing on Discord?


 No.37741

>Thought for the day: Thanos is the jock to Davros's nerd.


 No.37742

NEO

YOU DON'T HAVE TO NILSOPOST TONIGHT


 No.37743

>>37740

>I think recent releases have been more-or-less perfect: in particular, I think "The Book of the Enemy" was more-or-less a tour de force of the latter approach

Well, I haven't gotten BotE, due to reasons of finances. I'm sure you're right though. You would know.

>Do I know the editor of the SJ thing on Discord?

Possinly not, although it was on your server that it got shared. Ask James, who's on your server.


 No.37744

>>37739

I'm 99% certain everyone here knows Roxanne


 No.37745

nilscongo


 No.37746

>>37734

I’d 19


 No.37747

>>37746

Was writing something else that started with I’d then erased everything else and assumed I’d used I’m


 No.37748

>>37746

Ah, so you are the oldest /who/re here.


 No.37749

>>37739

I prefer don't stand so close to me, but roxanne is probably the police's most famous song to the point of meme, before memes were a thing, see my previous image.

>>37744

Tbf not everyone could identify sgt pepper's album cover


 No.37750

>>37722

ooh, are there any more of these?


 No.37751

>>37749

>Tbf not everyone could identify sgt pepper's album cover

Well-played, Cloister.


 No.37752


 No.37753

>>37749

Just like the old man in that book by Nabokov.


 No.37754

>>37753

>tfw gordon aka sting has been pretty shit since the police.


 No.37755

>>37754

>implying the police weren't of their time anyway and only lasted in modern memory because of the aforementioned memeage


 No.37756

>>37755

Stuart copeland is a legit drumming god, and having lived through the era the police's music was pretty ubiquitous in the soundtrack of my childhood.


 No.37757

>>37756

I couldn't say the same, so your word trumps mine. The way it appears to me at least is that the Police rose to very high status in their time, fell not too long after that, and haven't regained that status since. Although that's not to say I don't think they're music legends (not to mention a wonderful nostalgia fest)


 No.37758

>>37757

They were pretty shortlived due to infighting in the band. I remember an interview on mtv that ended in a fistfight between sting and copeland over what seemed like bantz. I'm pretty sure they actually hated each other.


 No.37759

File: e512590b1f967d2⋯.png (314.71 KB, 478x386, 239:193, pepe.png)

I miss Doctor Who. It's been like half a year, and before that one christmas special it was like half a year. And Series 11 is still months away


 No.37760

File: 2a87188545f651d⋯.png (39.08 KB, 494x379, 494:379, 1527463060188.png)


 No.37761

—– .—- .—- —– .—- .—- .—- —– —– .—- .—- —– .—- —– —– .—- —– .—- .—- —– .—- .—- —– —– —– .—- .—- .—- —– —– .—- .—- —– .—- .—- —– .—- .—- .—- .—-


 No.37762

>>37760

Finally the rest of the world has caught up to my star wars fatigue.

>>37761

Can I buy a vowel?


 No.37763

>>37762

Did you solve the mysterious code?


 No.37764

>>37761

if you're trying to do morse, you used the wrong symbol for a dash and none of the online translators work

and fuck typing it out again manually


 No.37765

>>37763

No, I did not. I've lost my /who/ decoder ring and I don't have my boy scout manual handy.


 No.37766

>>37764

shit. I literally copied it from a translator website


 No.37768


 No.37769

>>37764

>>37768

That's the site I was using.

Turns out 8chan joins multiple dashes together into one long dash


 No.37770

00101101 00101110 00100000 00101110 00101110 00100000 00101110 00101101 00101110 00101110 00100000 00101110 00101110 00101110 00100000 00101101 00101101 00101101


 No.37771

>>37770

Nils T?


 No.37772

>>37770

>all that effort for a nilsopost

are you proud of yourself?


 No.37773

>>37772

unironically yes


 No.37774

Haha nilso xD


 No.37775

>>37774

ironically, t. Nilso


 No.37776

nilso


 No.37777

haha me nilso me get quads haha


 No.37778

>>37667

Couldn't possibly say.


 No.37779

>>37667

theres a resilience to criticism of his shitposting that only australians have


 No.37780

>>37736

what does that even mean


 No.37781

I downloaded that 35mm Star Wars print Neo, it looks fucking kino


 No.37782

>>37667

depends if you consider unashamedly saying provocative statements to be an australian virtue


 No.37783

1. I got a big dick

2. you read that wrong

3. you read that wrong too


 No.37784


 No.37785

>>37783

I read all of those statements correctly.


 No.37786

>>37781

Enjoy, it's a kino sight, feels great to see the originals as pure as you can.


 No.37787

Neo.


 No.37788

>>37787

Yeah hey dude what's up?


 No.37789

>>37786

I was reading about all the different sound mixes that came out in '77 too. I was amused to learn how Lucas has been fucking with it post-release since the very year it came out.


 No.37790

>>37788

Opinions on Cory Bernardi proposing a day of mourning for the fall of Constantinople?

https://www.conservatives.org.au/fall_of_constantinople


 No.37791

>>37789

It's nuts eh. Another mindfuck is when you start going the other way and looking at what the first movie was BEFORE it was released. Not just the deleted scenes (which are super interesting, goddamn did Marcia craft a lean film out of the mass she got to work with), but all of George's original conceptions and stuff. There's even a comic adaptation of one of the earlier iterations of the story.

Imo the TESB grindhouse scan looks the best of the ones I've linked, it has more damage in the print but the colours in that movie just pop really well. Although there's a fair bit of debate online about whether the ageing on that print changed it significantly from when it first played.

>>37790

What do you think my opinion is?


 No.37792

>>37791

Don't act coy with me you little Nilso.


 No.37793

>>37792

I think my opinions on the fall of Constantinople have always been exceedingly self-evident.


 No.37794

>>37793

Istanbul (Formerly Christfags')


 No.37795

>>37794

>bul

Says it all.


 No.37796

Neo's pro-Israel and pro-Constantinople


 No.37797


 No.37798

Nilso's pro-Palestine and pro-Instanbul


 No.37799

>>37798

Trust me, Nilso is not pro "bul" in any sense.


 No.37800

>>37799

>bul

What is your obsession with these three letters?


 No.37801

Nilso's pro-Palestine and pro-Isreal


 No.37802

nilsos muslim


 No.37803

nilsos muslamic


 No.37804

>>37802

There's a gif for this situation


 No.37805

File: a670e5a6ddc9b57⋯.png (819.65 KB, 751x570, 751:570, nilsrael.png)

>>37801

>I support a two-state solution! :OOO


 No.37806

>>37805

>Nilsrael


 No.37807

me and cory both wish white christians were being oppressed, just for completely different reasons


 No.37808

Does Nilsrael have an equivalent Birthright scheme?


 No.37809

File: 8b9c20f3cbc7660⋯.gif (1.37 MB, 429x292, 429:292, 1378139896095.gif)


 No.37810

Was /doctorwho/ and the Discord something of a "two state solution"?


 No.37811

>>37810

Yes. It didn't work and only naive neoliberals like Immigrant supported it.


 No.37812

Neo's an economic reductionist


 No.37813

>>37811

Tell me more of the political implications.

>>37812

There's another word for that you know.


 No.37814

Can't believe enzyme inhibition triggered a fucking regeneration and you all just sat by idly. This is possibly the biggest event in /who/ history. Things will never be the same again


 No.37815

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Superheroes are finally becoming real, when will Doctor Who be real?


 No.37816

>>37815

It already is, heard of Nilso?


 No.37817

>>37813

>There's another word for that you know.

A communist Cletus


 No.37818

File: 8237d5b79abc05f⋯.gif (683.18 KB, 245x150, 49:30, Moffat Who.gif)


 No.37819

>>37818

Holy shit, high effort.


 No.37820

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V08J0Qkrtt8

how do they keep getting away with this???


 No.37821

File: 5a479f497d50132⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 21.71 KB, 825x464, 825:464, solo.jpg)

doctor who episodes where the writers keep making smug in-jokes foreshadowing something we already know will happen in the future?


 No.37822

>>37821

The Shakespeare Code


 No.37823

>>37821

every time 10 opened his mouth to say something that wasn't directly relevant to the current plot


 No.37824

>>37818

oh my god, someone actually did it? you madman!


 No.37825

>>37818

Nilso approves of this.


 No.37826

>>37821

Any episode with River


 No.37827

neo


 No.37828

>>37818

Fucking based


 No.37829

File: b38de0a160f3ffd⋯.gif (671.71 KB, 245x150, 49:30, Moffat Who.gif)

>>37818

just needed to add one last touch


 No.37830

>>37829

>>37818

emotes when


 No.37831

Fact is, Doctor Who is dead - and Christopher J. Chibnall killed it.


 No.37832

File: 407eb70a187a280⋯.png (486.76 KB, 1000x592, 125:74, 1527492579456.png)

What are some Doctor Who kinos that put you in a great mood?


 No.37833

File: df1044fde36859f⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 302.75 KB, 400x400, 1:1, 1517275129029.png)

the woman who killed the doctor…


 No.37834

>>37832

The War Games, Ambassadors, Inferno, Day of the Daleks, Pyramids of Mars, Resurrection, Ghost Light, Blink, Silence/Forest and Listen.


 No.37835

>>37832

Bang Bang A Boom


 No.37836

>>37832

This reminds me of Moffat struggling to get more than a few million viewers


 No.37837

nilso is of the homosex


 No.37838

>>37837

>nilso

Who?


 No.37839

Flatline Eruditorum is up. It contains the best explanation of Clara's story arc I've seen written out.


 No.37840

File: 1208637fa01742a⋯.jpg (27.67 KB, 601x508, 601:508, me rn.jpg)


 No.37841


 No.37842

I cross the void beyond the mind

The empty space that circles time

I see where others stumble blind

To seek a truth they never find

Eternal wisdom is my guide

I am the Nilso


 No.37843


 No.37844

>Meghan Trainor remains at number one with “Shake it Off,”

Wot


 No.37845

>>37843

But that post didn't post it, which is what I said


 No.37846

>>37845

Whatever helps you sleep at night.


 No.37847

>>37846

You're referring to Nilso I assume.


 No.37848

>>37844

Does she mean Shake it Off or All About That Bass?


 No.37849

iz just a phone clala


 No.37850

File: 245102f44bd47f9⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 52.83 KB, 839x608, 839:608, VERY COOL.JPG)

>>37841

holy fuck how can one persons opinions on clara be so fucking based

claudia can get fucked, sandifer is beyond legendary


 No.37851

>>37848

I checked and I think it's All About That Bass.


 No.37852

File: aee2509ce5d6902⋯.jpg (84.29 KB, 750x488, 375:244, 1ieyc6m18qq01.jpg)

TARDIS ERUDITORIUM!


 No.37853

reminder that the ITFOTN entry is apparently going to be an unintelligible maelstrom of esoterica (perhaps because the episode itself is so devoid of excitement)

https://twitter.com/ElSandifer/status/1000599736553009152


 No.37854

Where's the section where Sandifer actually talks about the fucking story instead of waxing lyrical?

>>37853

Pretentious doesn't even fucking cover it.


 No.37855

File: b3ca1715886725f⋯.jpg (93.45 KB, 514x457, 514:457, 14984743589278.jpg)

>>37853

>ITFOTN


 No.37856

>>37854

t. RTD


 No.37857

February… 1989…


 No.37858

>>37854

ON THE VERGE OF TEARS


 No.37859

File: b8284069ff26369⋯.jpg (203.14 KB, 2048x1363, 2048:1363, DWAcIktX0AEX6gk.jpg large.jpg)


 No.37860

>>37854

>Where's the section where Sandifer actually talks about the fucking story instead of waxing lyrical?

This is not the first time an essay for a particular serial has dedicated most of its space to talking about one specific aspect of it (here Clara), rather than doing an extended overall look at the story. If you just went over the themes of every episode the series would end up repeating itself a lot. Conversely, Flatline provides an opportune moment to take an in-depth look at what is going on with Clara's story arc, being one of the most important episodes in that regard.


 No.37861

>>37841

Lads, I think I’m a Clarachad now


 No.37862

I think flatline is a good example of why we dont NEED old school fan writers, old school writers make great "doctor who" episodes but new writers with less of an attachment to the concept of the show have a much better opportunity to give the show some real character kino instead of focusing on simply writing a good who story.


 No.37863

He's gone! He's gone! Neo, phone Cloister!


 No.37864

File: 919a025dccba3b7⋯.png (6.32 KB, 503x140, 503:140, da36a59490fa14832a7919b6ba….png)

YOU FUCKER


 No.37865

>>37864

cringe


 No.37866

>>37864

It was you.


 No.37867

>>37864

Tee off, Nilso


 No.37868

>>37866

Why would I falseflag myself you stupid fuck


 No.37869

>>37864

that's one feisty feline!


 No.37870

>>37864

at least make it something funny


 No.37871

>>37870

I haven't done shit. Go look at the comments, it's there.


 No.37872


 No.37873

>>37871

>Go look at the comments, it's there.

what are you talking about? of course it's there. i'm saying, next time, if you're going to do that, make a funny comment instead


 No.37874

>>37873

Didn't make the comment, cretin. You seem to be missing this point repeatedly.


 No.37875

>>37874

this is nice board take your rudeposting elsewhere


 No.37876

do you think greg posts vlogs about his mundane daily activities because his therapist told him to?


 No.37877

>>37874

you're the one that told me to go check the comments for absolutely no reason


 No.37878

>>37877

You're implying I wrote the comment then falseflagged myself for (you)'s. If I wanted to stoop that low I could have done literally anything else and ended up with the same results.


 No.37879

>>37834

Shit, it's rare to find someone else who loves Ambassadors


 No.37880

>>37878

nilsoposting has made you so arrogant that you think everybody knows or cares when it's you that's posting


 No.37881

File: f05aa8f95ca790a⋯.png (412.19 KB, 5000x5000, 1:1, f05.png)

>>37880

Wow, I got btfo… really makes you think…


 No.37882

File: 7e96554575fd04e⋯.png (352.04 KB, 541x567, 541:567, ram.png)

I want to ram ram's ram in my ram


 No.37883

nilsoposting is a cancer and gigaposting is the cure


 No.37884

>>37881

t. nilso


 No.37885

>>37884

>>37883

Feel free to jump into the stream at any point you'd like to and have a conversation with me.


 No.37886

>>37883

Your asshole is cancer and my fist is the cure.


 No.37887

gigas a white man in a black mans body


 No.37888

>>37887

You'll be a white man in a dead man's body if you keep up this racism.


 No.37889

>>37885

this conversation with you has already been more than enough, thanks


 No.37890

>>37889

Of course. I expected nothing more from you.


 No.37891

>>37888

i'm asian


 No.37892

nilso is a black man in a white man's body


 No.37893

>>37821

>We need a new destination because… I don't wanna go.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I4tyGOy7IOU


 No.37894

>>37862

>Kinda makes an intellectual observation about Doctor Who

>everybody ignores


 No.37895


 No.37896

>>37854

>the section where Sandifer actually talks about the fucking story

That's not how the Eruditorum works. It's not a review blog.


 No.37897

Anyone watching King Lear (Anthony Hopkins) on BBC2 tonight? The reason I ask is apparently Christopher Eccleston makes an appearance.


 No.37898

>>37894

It's a decent point, what do you want us to do? Just reply saying "This"?


 No.37899

>fixed point in time

>time can be rewritten

What's Chibnall's retcon gimmick going to be?


 No.37900

File: 6fc27a7155d483d⋯.jpg (65.86 KB, 333x349, 333:349, 1443536033854.jpg)

>>37894

>takes off his trip to beg for (you)'s

THE ABSOLUTE STATE OF KINDA


 No.37901

>>37899

A) Canon doesn't matter

B) Time is inconsequential


 No.37902

CHRISTMAS TIME CAN BE REWRITTEN


 No.37903

>>37899

alternate realities

>>37900

why would i do that when whoever has access to ips/ids could easily out me?


 No.37904

>>37901

This would unironically be based, imagine if in the rules of Doctor Who's universe history was changed with literally every episode and the show actually explored that on a week-to-week basis


 No.37905

>>37901

>Doctor, you can't just rewrite history - what about all your past lives? All the people you'll never have met, never have saved. What happens to them?

>Time is inconsequential, Ryan. There is no canon anymore. RESULT.


 No.37906

File: cace38e23f522dd⋯.jpg (16.88 KB, 326x352, 163:176, 1275057013005.jpg)

>>37904

>yfw they actually kill Hitler


 No.37907

>>37869

genuinely not me, what's the point of nilsoposting when there's nobody there who will understand it, least of all nilso himself?


 No.37908

story where 13 and the gang correct several personal injustices and then return to the present and find that their decisions have irreparably altered time in unforeseen ways?


 No.37909

>>37903

i wouldn't worry about cloister, kinda. he's not going to out you for what you do as anon if he hasn't outed me yet.


 No.37910

nilsos gay


 No.37911

Clinda


 No.37912

File: a7ab54375ec7f0a⋯.jpg (42.16 KB, 960x540, 16:9, doctor who.jpg)

Post the file you actually have saved under the name 'doctor who'


 No.37913

It's time to realise that /doctorwho/ is the Australian trips' Celestial Toyroom. We and Nilso are simply their dolls, manipulated and used as they see fit. We must play their games or die.


 No.37914

File: 636cfdbba901d14⋯.webm (Spoiler Image, 1.71 MB, 854x480, 427:240, doctor (((who))).webm)

>>37912

the only thing i have closed to that is this sorry


 No.37915

>>37914

noice


 No.37916

>>37909

regardless i'd still look pathetic trying to give myself (you)s even if only one person knew about it. but for general shitposting i'm with you 100%


 No.37918

LOVE FROM GALLIFREY, BOYS

NEW >>37917

NEW >>37917

NEW >>37917


 No.37920

>>37907

mentioning a feline does not equal cats

I know this may be a shocking revelation for you


 No.37931

File: 9e08f07caed8b0c⋯.jpg (6.24 KB, 225x225, 1:1, download (8).jpg)




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