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File: 522e669347ed090⋯.jpg (52.87 KB, 700x700, 1:1, a0077441100_16.jpg)

 No.45473

https://nilsowave1995.bandcamp.com/ edition

Previously, on /who/: >>44708

 No.45476

t.nilso


 No.45477

File: f44471875a07142⋯.png (347.71 KB, 499x877, 499:877, shes a girl and im straigh….png)


 No.45478

>>45477

Ban hets


 No.45479

>>45472

The first 50 are out of print completely. The next 50 might be as well by now, I can't remember. So, depending on the story, they'll sell for more than they used to. I'm not as sure as the economics of stuff like that as some others on here.


 No.45480

Ingiga, will you be around tonight? If I could steal a mo of your time I'd appreciate it.


 No.45481

>>45479

I wonder if I should resell mine. I stopped buying physical copies ages ago, but I have ten main range CDs - all from the first 50 - and some of them are still plastic wrapped.

Although because BF's delivery service sucks, a lot of the cases are cracked.


 No.45482

neo wants to sext with ingiga


 No.45483

Ingiga, do you know about BF reselling economics? If so, if I could steal a mo of your time I'd appreciate it


 No.45484

>>45482

implying you wouldnt sext with neo and ingiga


 No.45485

>>45484

sexting with neo would be an ordeal. he'd either do short low-effort responses, or sterile overly verbose paragraphs


 No.45486

>>45485

Based Neo BTFO anon strikes again


 No.45487

To the anon defending Celestial Toymaker earlier, there is nothing remotely interesting or engaging about watching a scripted game played by fictional characters. Steven and Dodo playing Blind Man’s Bluff and Musical Chairs for four episodes is terrible and I’m sad even one episode of it survived


 No.45488

>>45485

I don't get people who are able to successfully carry out a roleplay narrative of pretend things you're doing to each other

I can't manage any more than just talking about physically what you are doing with yourselves


 No.45489

>>45487

You're probably someone who hates on professional wrestling because it's got scripted finishes.

Look, there's absolutely nothing wrong with using games to convey a story and a sense of tension. They had killed off a bunch of companions less than 3 stories ago and so there was a legitimate sense that characters could die in the episodes at the time. Sure, the spectacle isnt always there but the tension and the storytelling is up to par and the celestial toymaker is a very interesting villain, though not everyone's cup of tea.

Honestly though, if scripted games is a major sticking point for you then just pretend its people shooting at eachother like they would in the next serial. Same scripted outcome with the same results…


 No.45490

>>45488

It's "acting" right? Except you're improving or making the script on the fly. Good sexting is a combo of both. Illustrating with snaps is nice too. Erp/PARArp can be absolutely tedious though.


 No.45491

Everyone have their soy gapes ready for Nintendos e3 thing?


 No.45492

>>45489

>You're […] absolutely nothing[.] die in [a] cup of tea. Honestly

bit harsh


 No.45493

>>45491

As long as it's not as fucking atrocious as Sony's.


 No.45494

>>45491

I can't wait to see the new controlers made of paper mache.


 No.45495

>>45491

>is everyone ready for games and not 4 hour long cutscenes with some action commands thrown in

Ftfy.


 No.45496

Okay, it wasn’t 70 dollars for cardboard, it was 70 dollars for the game and the cardboard there’s nothing wrong with selling a game for full price they just also had bits of cardboard but then the Sony bros decided to ruin it by acting like it was just the cardboard to try and mAke a mockery of Nintendo but it’s not goi g to happen after Smash 5 is shown at e3. Well have the last laughs, Sony bros


 No.45497

Does anybody else think of season 18 as the pinnacle dull point of Doctor Who? I feel completely numb to it, almost as if it doesn't exist; people have seen it but never refer back to it. Whether you believe it's good or not, at least Colin's era is spoken about. S18 is like an empty void.


 No.45498

Anyone up for Warriors' Gate in the stream at some point in the next couple of hours?


 No.45499

this Smash segment is painfully long


 No.45500

>>45498

t…?


 No.45501

>>45499

/who/ smash tournament when?


 No.45502

>>45499

smash is the only reason most people are watching tbf


 No.45503


 No.45504

>>45500

Guess.

t. Morphant


 No.45505

Just noticed Now TV has been charging me over 20 quid a month for a package I don't even fucking use. Mental


 No.45506

microsoft won E3

you don't win E3 by spending 20 minutes on a game that's already been announced just because it has an obsessive fanbase


 No.45507

>>45480

I'm here what do you want


 No.45508

>>45506

Microsoft was the only one of the big three who hit the baseline of just being boring instead of totally shitting the bed.

But what really matters is who lost E3. Which is us, as usual.


 No.45509

I can't believe how underwhelming Nintendo's E3 was. What the fuck


 No.45510

>>45503

>This tweet is not available because you've muted the person who sent it.


 No.45511

>>45509

W-we'll see Metroid Prime 4 next year, right?


 No.45513

>>45497

Season 15


 No.45514

>>45497

>Does anybody else […] feel completely numb[?] almost as if [you] do[n't] exist[?] [Life] is like an empty void.


 No.45515

>>45514

Quit it


 No.45516

>>45481

If they have no value for you you'll get decent bucks out of it.

>>45479

First fifty are out of print, SJ series too, 51-100 are started to get out of print with Scherzo being this.

I think that some smaller stuff like I, Davros might be OOP too.

>>45487

I agree, but some visual and the concept might have been striking back when it existed. It could explain why it stuck in memory.

>>45491

It was pretty good

>>45497

I quite enjoy it, but I feel that other sci-fi series fans might enjoy it more than DW fans.


 No.45517

>>45516

I do like having physical copies, it was just too expensive to continue it with the main range. I'll think about selling my less important ones like Stones of Venice, and hold onto Sirens, Master, etc.

Do you know what's going to happen with Gallifrey? Isn't that a CD-exclusive series?


 No.45518

>>45507

Awesome, if you're up for it would you care to join me on the stream for a moment?


 No.45519

>>45517

>Isn't that a CD-exclusive series?

Not any longer – they semi-recently renegotiated the rights and did digital releases. Still waiting for them to do the same with Benny, though.


 No.45520

>>45519

Oh. Huh. So are they going to go out of print too? Because I'd been using my free bonus CDs from buying Main Range audios on slowly building a Gallifrey collection.


 No.45521

>>45519

Hi N8!


 No.45522

>>45497

I think people tend to forget about it because it's just one isolated season that has a very different feeling from both of the other two big chunks of Tom's era. It's Tom's last season, JNT's first and Bidmead's only, and as such it doesn't feel like part of any "era". But for what it is, I think it does a very good job. It ushers in a new style of production and music, builds up to Tom's regeneration and finds its own distinct mood and atmosphere. The first couple of serials are a bit pooh, but you couldn't have Warriors' Gate or Logopolis in any other season, and the rest is good.


 No.45523

File: 4a2f595ddd07c99⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 66.42 KB, 440x641, 440:641, rock3.jpg)

File: c4a8084ea42f080⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 47.08 KB, 468x552, 39:46, rock2.jpg)

File: fd5ec6213403c6c⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 78.45 KB, 738x492, 3:2, rock1.jpg)

Post your rare Capaldis

>>45520

I don't know. Good luck with that collection though; it's a fun series!

>>45521

Hallo!


 No.45524

>>45523

What the fuck he's an absolute fucking dish


 No.45525

>>45523

Holy fuck that spoiler image


 No.45526

I haven't heard the most recent boxsets, but volumes 1-6 of Gallifrey feel to me like someone took all of Larry's complaints about Gallifrey in his infamous review of The Ancestor Cell and made a series out of them. There are a few good episodes, but most of it's just dull.


 No.45527

>>45526

Here's the thing: you either love gallifrey as a concept or hate it because in execution its tits on a bull:

If daleks are nazi germany, cybermen are communist russia then the time lords are basically edwardian england, untouched by ww1 and looking down on the universe. And as a concept theres great stories to be told but doctor who literally has never told one that works for fear of pissing off grandpa or something.

BUT- i personally hate gallifrey as a concept and take every opportunity I get to repeat why it sucks throughout shit trips 2.5. I also took a hand at writing one to a varying level of success. Im satisfied with it, but I hate gallifrey stories so…


 No.45528

>>45523

So, if Peter Capaldi was born later and was cast as the Doctor at this age, how much would you bet fangirls would obsess over him more than over Tennant or Smith?


 No.45529

>>45526

For anyone who hasn't read the review:

>https://web.archive.org/web/20050127140324/http://www.planeteleven.co.uk:80/features/lmia/ancestorcell.php

I think you're completely right, and when I did my big listenthrough that really stood out to me. It's definitely a contributing factor to my enthusiasm to smash "The Ancestor Cell" into the Briggs Finish Gallifrey timeline, somewhere after "Intervention Earth". (Their Romana IIIs are characterized similarly as well.) But my disappointment with the lameness of the approach definitely got in the way of my enjoyment of the comfy character interactions. I've been able to get over that upon relistening to individual audios, though.

>>45527

I think the only(?) redeeming quality of "The End of Time" is the fact that RTD did a fantastic job restoring the Time Lords to something completely wild. The Master has fucking Skeletor powers, after all. That scene where the Doctor completely rejects Wilf's gun, for all these mighty ethical reasons, then realizes the Time Lords are back and immediately grabs it? Flibberty gibbet, that was peak kino for young n8. Arguably the best the TV show has done since "The War Games". Maybe excepting "Death Comes to Time". Now, god forbid I'd infringe on the masterwork of celestial beauty that is Hell Bent, but -

Come to think of it, maybe that's why I like Time War as a concept so much. Time Lords are super boring, UNTIL they're pushed out of their comfort zone into "sheer awesomeness" territory by the threat of something as big or bigger than them. Compare the Time Lords of "Deadly Assassin" to "Dead Romance" … night and day, really.

In any case, I really look forward to your Shit Trips stories!

>>45528

Kara Dennison wrote a Peter-Capaldi-playing-the-Eighth-Doctor story for the Unbound anthology, where he takes Chang as his companion and basically turns the TARDIS into a bachelor pad. It's really really fun.


 No.45530

>>45527

>BUT- i personally hate gallifrey as a concept and take every opportunity I get to repeat why it sucks throughout shit trips 2.5

How dare you.


 No.45531

>>45529

I completely agree with your post except I think The End of Time is a fundamentally really good story only partially ruined by RTD's tendency to go overboard with both slapstick comedy and melodrama, and if you took out the more outlandish Master antics and the overlong farewell tour it would be one of the best regeneration stories.


 No.45532

>>45529

> Time Lords are super boring, UNTIL they're pushed out of their comfort zone into "sheer awesomeness" territory by the threat of something as big or bigger than them

I think that's a simplification. Lungbarrow is famous for "LOOMS", but what I remember it for is a rather nice rendition of Gallifrey as a place of some quasi-mystical ways. It's my fave version of Gallifrey, and proves that the only reason Gallifrey is seen as boring is because no one's thinking past "Deadly Assasin."


 No.45533

>>45529

See, to me the time war is a good concept but making the doctor the last time lord isnt; which is painful to reconcile because the concepts are so linked. To me, time war gallifrey is a lot like ww2 england: stiff upper lip and such, only with monsters and temporal terribleness.

To make pre time war gallifrey work you have to tell a sort of ww1 story; the disconnect of the soldiers in the trenches(the doctor) to the upper class generals in mansions(gallifrey). You have to be willing to touch on the idea that they're not just wrong, theyre disconnected and fundamentally dont understand him after all he's seen and all they let happen. Like ww1 generals disconnected, watching a planet die is simple sacrifice in their plans; and what little support the doctor gets is people unwilling to change and help, but instead sympathize and encourage his struggle. Thats the only reason the war games got it right where everyone else messed up in that instance: gallifrey's willfully innocent and pure in a universe where they run everything. Thats terrifying.


 No.45534

>>45533

Really fucking interesting take. I've never considered Time War-Gallifrey to be WWII-like, but it makes perfect sense - to further that by having the Time Lords have taken part in a WWI-like event before that is a brilliant idea.


 No.45535

>>45531

I respect that opinion anon!

>>45532

Absolutely fair, though I feel as if "Lungbarrow" is almost the exception that proves the rule. I really wish it had come at a different time so it could've had more followup than a few scenes in fucking Faction Paradox.

>>45533

I would've liked the Last of the Time Lords concept better if it wasn't just used as an excuse for cheap angst. It could've been way more interesting if the writers had actually done something with the angst, eg that one lovely gardener story idea from years back, or channeled it into a different emotion.

I can't help but to compare it against "The Adventuress of Henrietta Street" in my mind, and while AoHS got to come at it from a completely different angle thanks to the amnesia tilt, the differences are pretty stark just to the extent that in AoHS, "last of the Time Lords" really MEANT something. The Doctor was the inheritor of a whole world of knowledge and powers that he didn't even fully understand himself, and it came with some pretty visceral physical implications.

Versus NuWho, where being last of the Time Lords means … you're lonely, just like any last survivor of their species, except your pain is a little more poignant cuz you're the one that killed them. The only story that even approached doing something interesting with it, was "Waters of Mars", but even that didn't even last for a whole episode. Yeugh.

Anyway, that was a long digression, but I'm definitely going to be mulling over that WWI comparison for a while. Very insightful.


 No.45536

>>45534

Well considering its called "The last great time war" implies there was one before it, no?


 No.45537

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

Post songs that could be played in Doctor Who


 No.45538

>>45487

> there is nothing remotely interesting or engaging about watching a scripted game played by fictional characters

Um dude that's all of television+film, ever


 No.45539

>>45538

Hell, you could argue it's all drama from the beginning of time.


 No.45540

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.45541

File: a0d0ec24e939887⋯.jpg (127.02 KB, 600x600, 1:1, only the good.jpg)

File: 9339d20feefb9c9⋯.jpg (155.4 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Third Doctor vol 4.jpg)

File: b41c6453ec3293b⋯.jpg (173.45 KB, 600x600, 1:1, time in office.jpg)

It's so rare for me to actually like BF covers that I thought I'd post the ones that stand out in memory. All the War Master covers are by far the best, but Time in Office looks very nice and the Vol 4 cover for the 3DAs is comfy as fuck.


 No.45542

>>45541

I still hate how they have the same pose for 3 in the banneer and the actual image


 No.45543

Reminder that Eight's Dark Eyes costume is shit.


 No.45544

>>45542

One of the advantages of dropping the sidebar - this will never happen again.


 No.45545

>>45478

But that's the entire audience of Sci-Fi!


 No.45546

>>45541

Why is Peter having sex with a planet?


 No.45547

nilso u gay


 No.45548

Are we going to talk about GWAAD and his crush on an 11 year old Harry Potter character? Kinda creeping me out desu


 No.45549


 No.45550

>>45549

Check his Twitter sometime


 No.45551

>>45548

People who were young when Harry Potter was out often keep a version of whatever crushes they had back then as they get older. It's them remembering what they felt when they were young, not necessarily what they're feeling now.


 No.45552

File: d1f98aa8eed2d7d⋯.png (37.94 KB, 759x460, 33:20, ClipboardImage.png)

Nilso looking for a roomate


 No.45553

>>45551

This character is unique to a game released in 2018. Maybe he's just a pedo.


 No.45554

File: d770439eaa897fd⋯.png (1.32 KB, 92x28, 23:7, ClipboardImage.png)

Nilsos politics


 No.45555

>>45553

no but if its le drawn character it doesnt count!!!!!!


 No.45556

>>45553

Or, the more simple explanation, just really underage.


 No.45557


 No.45558

>>45557

Lock him up


 No.45559

Why did no one tell me the Catherine game was having a sequel?

Doctor Who episode for unexpected sequels?


 No.45560

>>45559

all of Briggs Finish


 No.45561

I'd like to see Doctor Who do sequels to episodes. Like, here's an idea - A witch ep with James I, where he redeems himself in the end. A season later, a phone call on the TARDIS, he's scared someone wants to blow up parliament


 No.45562

>>45560

[sounds of laughing Drashigs intensifies]


 No.45563

This is what Oxygen could have been, had Mathieson been allowed to bring back GUS.


 No.45564

>>45529

God damn, Capaldi 8 is a bit tricky to imagine without thinking of 12 or McGann, but is a fascinating hypothetical. What's the title of the story?


 No.45565

>>45491

>actually having soy gapes in your folder

pathetic


 No.45566

File: f2e5d663fc05e1a⋯.jpg (336.32 KB, 1224x1632, 3:4, pertwee.jpg)


 No.45567

>>45566

Nice to see a green Pertwee.

Both are pretty well done.


 No.45568


 No.45569

>>45568

>the next one down

It's too late ._.


 No.45570

https://twitter.com/Paul_Cornell/status/1006651834084229120

>tfw flawed humanity revealed by the internet


 No.45571


 No.45572

One of my friends is mid-way through series 7 at the moment and has really enjoyed the show, but when I asked whether she was gonna go back and watch seasons 1-26 (+ the TVM), she said she didn't see the point. I just don't get how anyone can fall in love with a TV show, call themselves a big fan, love the 9th through 12th incarnations of the Doctor's character but not want to watch the rest of them. Is it simply the fact that it looks older that puts people off? Is it the sheer amount?


 No.45573

>>45572

It's the fact there's a lot of it combined with the fact it's not ultimately necessary. You can love something and still not want to cram every inch of it inside you.


 No.45574

>>45573

>You can love something and still not want to cram every inch of it inside you.

That's what she said.


 No.45575

>>45559

Deep Breath to The Girl Who Waited?


 No.45576

File: 43443ab95bade4c⋯.jpeg (43.45 KB, 688x841, 688:841, image.jpeg)


 No.45577

>>45576

This looks like the music Ingiga listens to.


 No.45578

docWHOtor


 No.45579

File: e2db02104f62e9c⋯.png (604.86 KB, 768x576, 4:3, spearhead hand.png)

According to a post on Shabogan Graffiti this "could be the single most politically charged image Doctor Who ever created". (http://shabogangraffiti.blogspot.com/2012/01/empire-of-vanilla.html)

What are some other contenders? Screencaps ideal


 No.45581

>>45538

I’m specifically talking about when games or video games are in television or film. The scripted part isn’t what bothers me, I just put that in to distinguish it from watching sport or twitch


 No.45582

File: 8fcfa5c193311f5⋯.gif (981 KB, 300x173, 300:173, Vote Saxon bitches.gif)

>>45579

"The master is prime minister of great Britain."


 No.45583

>>45571

Because time travels in a linear progression of cause to effect.


 No.45584

>>45579

President obama is going to save the UK from the GFC


 No.45585

>>45579

If we stretch the implied definition of "Doctor Who created", the camps and ovens from Miracle Day.


 No.45586

>>45581

>sports and twitch are more exciting than watching someone deliberately craft an interesting story about competition

Like, alright so maybe being unscripted means you don't know the outcome ahead of time, but do you honestly watch someone playing on twitch and go "hey, maybe there'll be a twist outcome and everyone will win this round or they'll just cancel the tournament halfway through due to outside interference!" Of course not, because that would be ridiculous.

Considering most actual real competitions boil down to a few tested and true strategies, its not like theyre so surprising results either


 No.45587

nilsos


 No.45588

. just nilsos


 No.45589

Just had a blow out with my gf. I basically gave her an ultimatum to get rid of her snap chat and FB or I would leave her. I said the usual points, its basically a gateway for beta orbiters to hound her and attention whoring ext.

She freaked out and said what about my family that live far away?

I said fine, Make it a private account that only your family can see, its pretty easy to do.

She had no idea how to respond and screamed some more about me being controlling and not allowing her to have friends and left.

Did I go too far? what do anons?

Any doctor who episodes to get my mind off it?


 No.45590

>>45589

This is Nilso.


 No.45591

File: 7aa57a9ace80320⋯.png (489.15 KB, 581x528, 581:528, fh.png)

>Frazer Hines Retweeted


 No.45592

File: b07f723c2ad2e3f⋯.png (113.83 KB, 670x670, 1:1, cyber pepe.png)

60's>70's>2010's>1980's>2000's


 No.45593

Turns out Whelan hates the Doctor Who fanbase again. More at 11


 No.45594

>>45592

A Mondasian frogman? In a post for normal people?


 No.45595

I just had a dream where instead of writing TUaT to fill the gap between Capaldi and Jodie, Moff kept The Doctor Falls as his regeneration, and the Christmas special was just a normal episode but Davison played the Doctor alongside Nyssa, Tegan and Adric, despite their ages. It was just a story that could be slotted somewhere in 5's timeline.

Not sure why 5 of all Doctors - if I had control over it, it would have been 7 and Ace.


 No.45596

>>45592

2010s > 60s > 2000s > 80s > 70s


 No.45597

>>45592

60s > 2010s > 90 > 70s > 2000s > 80s


 No.45598

>>45591

I know, anon. When I saw this I was heartbroken that someone I liked so much could be like that. Not sure I can enjoy any Jamie episodes or Brig finish with this knowledge. Shame since those were my favorites but at least I got to enjoy the twitch stream before it happened


 No.45599

>>45592

00s>10s>80s>70s>60s>90s


 No.45600


 No.45601

File: 0a64f383471c165⋯.jpeg (Spoiler Image, 297.58 KB, 1564x1564, 1:1, lucassequels.jpeg)

Doctor Who stories with great imaginative potential scrapped in favor of boring retreads of old material?


 No.45602

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

>>45601

>microbiotic creatures called the Whills that control the universe and feed off the force

>great imaginative potential


 No.45603

big iron


 No.45604


 No.45605

>>45601

>>45602

Psychedelic Star Wars is the logical next step of the series, this idea sounds based


 No.45606

>>45601

>yfw despite all the missteps, disney-wars is still better than what lucas would have done


 No.45607

Does anyone else tip Briggs Finish with each purchase?


 No.45608

>>45607

Give Briggs more money? Isn't 1 Ferrari enough for him?


 No.45609

Mat. Nilso t. Nilso Fit. Nilso t. Nilso on


 No.45610

>>45609

ni

ls

o


 No.45611

this is nilso's kitchen

where the food is penis-licking

oooh yeeeaaaahhhh


 No.45612

4 banners uploaded and in rotation


 No.45613

>>45612

who asked


 No.45615

File: b3bdd777c2b2602⋯.png (2.24 MB, 1906x1488, 953:744, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.45616

>>45615

for a minute there I was worried it was an actual screenshot from an episode


 No.45617

>>45613

Nobody fuckstick.


 No.45618

File: b2aa67b1656ed41⋯.jpg (21.26 KB, 640x346, 320:173, a4f03589b291914c370149814f….jpg)


 No.45619

File: 03be08178333aac⋯.png (229.36 KB, 415x852, 415:852, famlilso.png)

>Oh my god, Lois! It's musical preacher Padre Nilso!


 No.45620

>https://twitter.com/MrWhelan101/status/1006892163081240577

Hold on. Didn't Capaldi say that in reference to Whelan and George bullying an autistic kid?


 No.45621

File: 61df9d5a3294548⋯.jpg (253.95 KB, 1215x504, 135:56, DoctorWho1Page4.jpg)

Is this canon?


 No.45622

JUST A REMINDER THAT ZA IS NO LEADER


 No.45623

>>45620

tweet that to him

I would but I'm blocked already


 No.45625

>>45621

The art actually looks somewhat like Smith so it's more canon than most comics.


 No.45627

>>45600

N8 runs the Nilso subreddit.

>>45604

Thank you Nilso.

>>45611

BASED


 No.45628

File: 6af0ebd586a9adf⋯.gif (705.84 KB, 352x288, 11:9, morphing Moffat.gif)


 No.45629

>>45627

Neo what is your response to >>45579


 No.45630

>>45591

BASED FRAZER

Appart from Gareth, Davison, Frazer, Purves and Lalla Ward, which DW people are right-wingers ?


 No.45631

File: 255bad99223a12c⋯.jpg (37.46 KB, 608x350, 304:175, my_family_by_askslitheen-d….jpg)


 No.45632

File: 4e458544e665cca⋯.jpg (49.72 KB, 700x400, 7:4, 16j.jpg)

>i like torchwood~!!!!111!!11!~~


 No.45633

>>45632

It’s a good season


 No.45634

>>45628

Perfect


 No.45635

>>45632

What's wrong with Children of Earth?


 No.45636

File: 56e8741fa6bfd2f⋯.jpg (92.38 KB, 1190x809, 1190:809, gillan-coleman4.jpg)


 No.45638

>>45636

Is this canon?


 No.45639

>>45638

Yes: Amy did a photoshoot with a Clara echo while she was working as a model.


 No.45640

>>45636

>>45639

kino. post more


 No.45641

is this place just dead now?


 No.45642

>>45641

We've been deader than this while we were actually on /tv/.


 No.45643

>>45642

fair enough I suppose


 No.45644

>>45641

Id post more but my boss is in from belgium, thus constantly over my shoulder and im using my spare time to submit a "not suck" idea for the memorial short

t.Nacho


 No.45645

>>45636

>no watersports


 No.45646

Why the fuck are we so dead today? I haven't been here for ten hours and there was less than half a page to catch up on.

Neo, you'd better be releasing 2.5 soon


 No.45647

>Facebook now uses an 'upvote/downvote' comments system

What the fuck?


 No.45648

>>45647

Are you that young that you don't remember when you could dislike facebook comments?


 No.45649

>>45646

Didn't you hear? Neo passed away


 No.45650

The Celestial Soymaker


 No.45651

>>45648

It's not the downvoting I'm surprised by; it's that they're so willing to move to a Reddit-like format. After all these years of Zuck and his team saying that system would be toxic, they've caved. Also, I didn't join Facebook until around 2010, and at the time it was only to stay in touch with a friend who pushed me into it. Thus followed Twitter.


 No.45652

>>45649

Are you fucking serious?

Are you kidding me? Can you get in the stream and PM me? I know his real name and have him on Skype and would like to see if you know his name too. Please?


 No.45653

File: 221c76fb8b8715b⋯.jpg (10.74 KB, 245x253, 245:253, tardis_2018.JPG)

File: d092c8b7cbf1b4f⋯.png (1009.92 KB, 1080x1440, 3:4, tardis.png)

>black "pull to open sign"

>blue lamp on top

>yellow windows

kino age is upon us


 No.45654

>>45653

>It's called the TARDIS. It's my home.


 No.45656

>>45652

Hes memeing. Relax.


 No.45657

File: 4ebd06271dc0bc2⋯.jpg (103.69 KB, 309x432, 103:144, use only when neo isnt aro….jpg)


 No.45658

>>45656

Yes, I fell for a joke. Have at me.

Done with /who/ and done with the stream. Only ever used 4chan for /who/. Really had a lot of fun here. But you people are fucked in the head. Hope you find happiness in life.


 No.45660

>>45647

Where ?

I can't find that option.

Am I being memed ?


 No.45661

>>45658

You okay anon? Do you need someone to talk to? Im in the sleem if you need someone to talk to.


 No.45662

Neo, are you around? We need to chat about stuff.


 No.45664

Posted some flags in the request thread, feedback appreciated >>45655


 No.45665

>>45662

I dont think he is today. He hasnt posted today i think


 No.45666

File: 9bcc7afc1889b28⋯.jpg (19.45 KB, 460x276, 5:3, tensmug.jpg)


 No.45667

File: 0baf1c75211ea8a⋯.jpg (8.79 KB, 236x259, 236:259, 0baf1c75211ea8a9fc3dd37d27….jpg)

>>45665

shit. maybe he did die after all


 No.45668

>>45661

>falling for the meme about CaptainEFRoberts falling for a meme

Meta.


 No.45670

>>45668

Well actually I bribed the architect first. So it is really you who have fallen for the meta meme


 No.45671

File: fb90771c3cba66c⋯.jpg (17.54 KB, 570x329, 570:329, war-doctor-eccleston-regen….jpg)

Day of the Doctor novel pdf when?


 No.45672

File: 1a83fc1f434cd7c⋯.png (2.22 MB, 2027x2048, 2027:2048, unknown-2.png)

k i n o


 No.45673

File: cf64598464fce80⋯.jpg (319.68 KB, 612x612, 1:1, hobbit capal.jpg)


 No.45674

>>45646

World Cup, E3?

>>45662

>>45667

I think he's asleep. He posted like 7 and half hours ago.

>>45672

Aww, cute! They made it lady sized.


 No.45675

>>45664

Very cool. I'll upload and institute them when we have a few.


 No.45676

>>45672

Why is Jodie's TARDIS so green? wtf


 No.45677

>>45674

Based Cloi


 No.45678

File: 7cac709ab29e702⋯.jpg (35.81 KB, 480x360, 4:3, nardole dies.jpg)


 No.45679

File: 3ec039754dd2f7d⋯.jpg (78.12 KB, 720x710, 72:71, 27972209_2032812853668607_….jpg)

>>45677

it's less green here. Probably the lighting.


 No.45680

>>45671

>preferring pdf over epub

give me a single good reason and I'll give you the pdf


 No.45681

File: 7a3765fcfc0882d⋯.png (881.56 KB, 964x725, 964:725, RibosOperation1.png)

/who/ when Neo finally arrives


 No.45682

>>45680

You can upload them directly here? That would be my guess.


 No.45683

>>45680

My laptop is in for repairs and my phone doesnt open epub files. There's probably an app I could download though desu. If you have any version of it that doesnt just say "nilsos gay" then I'd really appreciate it


 No.45684

File: 2ae492b0704289b⋯.pdf (1017.42 KB, The_Day_of_the_Doctor.pdf)

>>45682

Well fuck you for making it easy for them <3

Reminder that physical copies are really great


 No.45685

File: f655dfdc35fc843⋯.jpg (58.87 KB, 621x414, 3:2, Neo Returns.JPG)


 No.45686

>>45684

thanks! Im actually gonna buy it when Im in the UK. Unless I read it now and hate it, I'd like to have a proper copy.

Thanks a lot btw :)


 No.45687

>>45684

>it's real

>someone finally fucking uploaded it

BASED.

Now everyone can stop requesting it, get on with reading it, and we can have sensible discussion about it as a group instead of it just being limited to like 4 people.


 No.45688

>>45687

This will summon Neo from his slumber


 No.45689

File: c7cffa26846436d⋯.jpg (362.51 KB, 1110x1280, 111:128, d11-9q-195.jpg)

>>45688

unless he really died


 No.45690

File: 752f8d497f655ba⋯.jpg (61.06 KB, 970x545, 194:109, fake regen.jpg)

>>45681

Do not wake from slumber. Old God, do not wake from slumber. Rest your weary, holy head and cast our lives asunder.


 No.45691

File: c97e5e9367c9206⋯.jpg (340.5 KB, 1524x842, 762:421, 11thdaydoc3.jpg)


 No.45692

File: 3b92d0ddfe4c7d1⋯.jpg (12.82 KB, 191x264, 191:264, tosser mcgann.jpg)


 No.45693

File: ab916d55fa69a9a⋯.jpg (44.69 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, jodie figure.jpg)


 No.45694

>>45692

>I thought I was going to look like a tosser

What an inspirational quote


 No.45695

>>45693

S11 looks kino


 No.45696

nilsos het


 No.45697

>>45693

is this from a trailer? where did you get this image? did something leak?


 No.45698

File: 5ef276a4017f9fa⋯.gif (5.57 MB, 480x270, 16:9, af32c89d9122417d04e825fba2….gif)


 No.45699

>>45696

Get out.


 No.45700

>>45696

I think a block is in order


 No.45701

nilsos bi


 No.45702

>>45701

wtf I hate Nilso now


 No.45703

File: 097479130914ad8⋯.jpg (6.21 KB, 194x259, 194:259, jodie1.jpg)

File: 51c3d299d0b51d1⋯.jpg (12.28 KB, 190x300, 19:30, jodie2.jpg)

File: a00a878351ab6c2⋯.jpg (12.55 KB, 300x400, 3:4, jodie3.jpg)

File: 503bfd6200f4350⋯.jpg (64.68 KB, 260x421, 260:421, davison.jpg)

File: 43e955711920e84⋯.jpg (5.75 KB, 180x280, 9:14, nardole.jpg)


 No.45704

>>45684

>I buy it on kindle a few days ago

>you choose now to fucking upload it

fuck meeee


 No.45705

why say nilso when you can say ingign't


 No.45706

File: f58fef849e292c7⋯.png (2.56 KB, 190x21, 190:21, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.45707

>>45704

hi, cheetah


 No.45708

>>45706

Which discordie was that from?


 No.45709

>>45707

not cheetah


 No.45710

File: f6ae8e6f5d786ea⋯.jpg (8.62 KB, 180x154, 90:77, 2c6efg.jpg)


 No.45711

Nilspode


 No.45712

File: 69fe22429f0625e⋯.jpg (19.15 KB, 251x350, 251:350, killing the old me to make….jpg)


 No.45713

>>45706

Think monkey think


 No.45714

File: 04e8388d6ef360b⋯.jpg (12.64 KB, 230x300, 23:30, bring me the head of matt ….jpg)


 No.45715

File: ca67bacf1911fa9⋯.png (7.58 KB, 786x110, 393:55, tn.png)

t.


 No.45716

File: 6a6d65dbac62c1a⋯.png (6.2 KB, 687x88, 687:88, tn.png)

nilso


 No.45717

**>The General stared. He knew that face from centuries ago. The dark-eyed child who claimed he

lived in a barn. The adolescent who kept disappearing into the mountains. The student who had

broken into the deepest levels of the Cloisters and never spoken of what he’d seen. The young man

who had stolen the moon and the President’s wife. He looked older and sterner now, as if he was

trying to appear respectable, but the General remembered the crisis that had ensued the day this man

had fled Gallifrey, not just because he had stolen a TARDIS, but because he had taken with him—**

what did moff mean by this


 No.45718

File: d845e9f79ba789c⋯.jpg (19.9 KB, 278x300, 139:150, nyssa figure.jpg)

File: ea0b9e18717172d⋯.jpg (3.26 MB, 3648x2736, 4:3, nyssa2.JPG)

File: e23dee850376fca⋯.jpg (28.96 KB, 250x294, 125:147, nyssa3.jpg)

What does Nilso think of this?


 No.45719

>>45717

Susan, and/or the Hand of Omega, and/or the moon?


 No.45720

>>45717

The Hand of Omega, obviously.


 No.45721

we only think nilsos gay because straight porn makes him cry. frankly that's ace erasure in action


 No.45722

Nilso lost all sense of sexual desire at age 25 when he crushed his balls in a vice for £50


 No.45725

>>45722

>£50

Think of how many pretzel pieces he could buy with that kind of money. The man's set for life! It was totally worth it.


 No.45726

>that last line in the DOTD novelisation

Oh Moffat you old dog.


 No.45727

File: b0bd75d91e14110⋯.png (832.43 KB, 588x911, 588:911, boleyn.png)

Okay, this is epic


 No.45728

nilsos not mega gay, nilsos giga gay

think about it


 No.45729

File: 05607c82d4a983c⋯.png (258.71 KB, 638x624, 319:312, c.png)


 No.45730

>Timey-wimey, as an idiot once wrote

what did Moffat mean by this?


 No.45731

>>45730

RTD wrote that bit in the script edit


 No.45732

kony 2012


 No.45733

File: 29fb01add8e219b⋯.gif (1.59 MB, 400x222, 200:111, capalsoused.gif)

>>45684

based anon


 No.45734

>>45731

RTD didn’t edit Moffat scripts because Moffat already had experience in writing for tv and wasn’t a pleb novel writer


 No.45735

File: 2c04b62b4be09b6⋯.jpg (90.45 KB, 2048x1367, 2048:1367, 35186129_1565882356891597_….jpg)

what would a ron howard doctor who episode be like?


 No.45736

>>45735

I'd be more interested in a Clint Howard episode desu senpaitachi, I know, I know a thousand questions, but first the tranya!


 No.45737

File: 8de78097cb6a06e⋯.jpg (109.88 KB, 800x787, 800:787, IMG-20180613-WA0000.jpg)


 No.45738

Nilso, can we chat?


 No.45739

Neo, you're not around?


 No.45740

>>45738

>>45739

Doesn't it feel awkward to constantly do this?


 No.45741

File: 7fefd3621ccc230⋯.jpg (34.2 KB, 654x535, 654:535, TEACH-654x535.jpg)

>>45738

I don't know, can you?


 No.45742

>>45740

As an editor, it's my job to communicate with writers and co-editors. It may feel awkward, but it's what I need to do to have an idea of how everyone's doing.


 No.45743

Pitch me a third season of gary finish divergent universe arc made out of post divergent universe content had nuwho not happened


 No.45744

Yo cheetah, if you see this: i usually don't pirate sheet music. But i have a lot of legal resources: IMSLP is a huge resource of reprinted copies of orchestral music, much of it hand written out.

Beyond that my music background helps me write out songs i want for myself. That might sound elitist, but you try being a bass player learning a cover of Jimi Hendrix's Hear My Train A Comin' and tell me if I needed to take the time to pirate the complete hendrix bass parts written out.

unless its jazz, then i just make up my own lines to fit the idiom.

But if you want jazz then pirate or buy a copy of the Real Book. I suggest buying the kindle version because its worth every penny. The real book is a terrible teaching tool, it doesnt tell you anything about the idiom of jazz and its as barebones as you can get, but if you listen to the songs and get a feel for how to play it as you follow the book? Thats ideal, that will lead to you learning more about a song because you will learn more about it than having everything laid out.

Tabs are a fine resource for learning an instrument but terrible for understanding a song.


 No.45745

Generally speaking if a song is TRULY throwing me(like, i really have to not be able to understand it at all, like Apres Moi by Regina Spektor has this texture change where the main part is in compound meter but sings in simple duple time on the refrain) then i have a few websites I go to like JW Pepper.com and spend a dollar or 2 on sheet music. Worth the penny for something that would take me 2 hours to work out myself.

But I do pirate Makemusic Finale. Worth its weight in gold with its playback tool, but all the gold in the world couldnt get me to pay the price it costs.


 No.45746

Stop, don't move.


 No.45747

About to head to work so won't be able to reply for some hours. Did something last night, but it wasn't dying.

>>45646

I can release it (in multiple formats, not just the usual pdf) within an hour of a certain someone submitting something. Everything but that is ready to go.


 No.45748

File: 78d29c50e90ea7a⋯.png (2.33 MB, 1665x791, 1665:791, Screen_Shot_2018-04-07_at_….png)


 No.45749

>>45747

Good to hear. As soon as the ST2.5 is ready, load it up here, please.


 No.45750

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.45751

File: 2c3d50735bbf67c⋯.jpg (17.24 KB, 316x421, 316:421, ee8ad041f21f18a01b6fb9400f….jpg)


 No.45752

>>45751

What did he mean by this?


 No.45753

>>45752

chris lilley in a fat suit

blackface is too controversial these days but fat-face is okay


 No.45754

>>45753

I knew I recognised the face. Is this from the new thing he's filming for Netflix?


 No.45755


 No.45756

>>45751

looks like a peg person


 No.45757

What’s this, then, slut?


 No.45758

>>45747

>in multiple formats

Brilliant, I'll take a hardback copy


 No.45759

Trailer after soccer rugby game


 No.45760

Trailer after Nilso dies


 No.45761

>>45760

He'll be fine


 No.45762

In America, most public toilet stalls have a gap under the doors allowing you to see a person's feet and legs, almost reaching the height of the toilet seat. This is their substitute for an occupied/unoccupied sign, because almost no toilet stalls there have one.


 No.45763

File: f4a4188e528064b⋯.jpg (650.58 KB, 1000x1000, 1:1, HTB1n17nIXXXXXXKXFXXq6xXFX….jpg)

>>45762

>This is their substitute for an occupied/unoccupied sign

hold the fuck up, americans don't have pic related?


 No.45764

>>45763

Anon, Americans have very primitive toilets. Instead of flushing the toilet paper, they have a waste bin to put it in


 No.45765

https://twitter.com/Paul_Cornell/status/1006842928663289856

He's finally gonna drop it

Have you signed up to Cornell's newsletter yet /who/?


 No.45766

>>45765

>unmade

Were they erased from Doctor Who?


 No.45767

Still taking ST 2.5 submissions?

Forget about this because the general got cast out of the 4universe and into it's own pocket universe.


 No.45768

>>45767

Depends if you can finish your submission before Nilso. (You probably can.)


 No.45769

>>45768

Alright. Is it still alt doctors?

I'll give it a go.


 No.45770

File: 3c7190573594e9c⋯.png (1.09 MB, 1080x2160, 1:2, Screenshot_20180614-202720.png)

What's /who/ listening to?


 No.45771

File: 0d15454466ac40d⋯.png (167.05 KB, 1388x583, 1388:583, aif.png)


 No.45772

>>45770

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PwERjFal7Rs

I'm actually practising it for an audition.


 No.45773

>>45771

kino taste


 No.45774

File: 17de764521f0437⋯.png (111.82 KB, 938x833, 134:119, spotify.png)


 No.45775

I don't listen to any artists with more than 50K monthly listeners tbqh desu


 No.45776

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

 No.45777


 No.45778

File: 3ca27b746e3dbe6⋯.jpg (48.19 KB, 429x473, 39:43, 1286107548570.jpg)

>>45775

>trying to play patrician while admitting you listen to all your music on Spotify


 No.45779

>>45777

lol no I don't think I've ever even paid attention to that number.


 No.45780

>>45778

I don't listen to any songs with more than 1000 views


 No.45781

downloading FL Studio rn, should be easy to just bang out a song right?


 No.45782

File: f277fc3b246d32e⋯.jpg (129.67 KB, 600x583, 600:583, 1504414556508.jpg)

>tfw you listen to power metal one day then suddenly spotify discover is full of death metal


 No.45783

File: 008ede6587c0973⋯.jpg (66.12 KB, 842x568, 421:284, bftwitter.JPG)

This is really the best they could do


 No.45784

>>45783

how did they not recommend the Ten audios what the fuck


 No.45785

>>45783

Start with the free ones on Spotify, though Briggs Finish isn’t going to recommend that


 No.45787

>>45781

nvm turns out it's a very complicated program


 No.45788

>>45781

>>45787

/who/ collaborative album when?


 No.45789

File: 3eed90473433555⋯.png (65.57 KB, 596x497, 596:497, truth.png)

Truths Neo doesnt want to hear


 No.45790

File: 5272052c6fb039a⋯.jpg (43.48 KB, 640x496, 40:31, 8c3.jpg)


 No.45791

>>45790

I was gonna t. Nilso you but despite the political views expressed I'm 99% sure this post isn't Nilso.


 No.45792

>>45791

t. Nilso


 No.45793

>>45789

what nazi propaganda and white supremacy are the GOP pushing, exactly?


 No.45794

>>45762

No, it's so one can mop up easily and freely, saves material costs and the gap keeps the partitions from being ruined in the event there's a toilet back up because some damned kid threw his star wars toy in the toilet(can't blame them) along with 100 ft of toilet tissue.

>>45763

Some do, some don't. There's a lock on stalls. If the door is shut and locked it's occupied, go seek another place to shit.

>>45764

You only find this in the west coast and southern border states or places with a high migrant population.


 No.45795

oh look, American Toilet Defense Force is here


 No.45796

>>45794

>Star wars toy in the toilet

Speaking from experience there?


 No.45797

>>45795

I'm not defending. I'm informing. It's not my fault you lot in the commonwealth have misconceptions. desu there's not much I can defend in good conscious in regards to america.

>>45796

Actually yes. I've had to fish out a few star wars toys from toilets. They weren't mine, however.


 No.45798

Everyone knows German toilets are best. Nothing beats having a shelf to land your shits on


 No.45799

>>45769

Feel free to send it on over to moffchad@gmail.com or just link a pastebin here when you're done.

>>45783

And Jesus wept.

>>45789

I've quite literally never said that. On the contrary, I think the fact tweets like this are positioning the Democrats key positive feature as not meeting a baseline standard of pushing Nazi propaganda speaks rather manifestly to that unique Democrat way of doing things!


 No.45800

The two party system is good!


 No.45801

>>45799

>Feel free to send it on over to moffchad@gmail.com or just link a pastebin here when you're done.

4chan/8chan has an email field, don'cha know?


 No.45802

Nilso is like a daughter to me.


 No.45803

>>45801

I've used it to comic effect before, but I don't think just inputting that email there would have saved any time.


 No.45804

File: 40ef897df3908bc⋯.jpg (150.66 KB, 800x600, 4:3, Great_Mighty_Poo.jpg)

>walk into thread.

>all I see is this

Wat do?


 No.45805

I see clamour for a Telltale Doctor Who game sometimes, but is that really the dev people would be happiest with? In that same genre I'd feel like I'd be more hyped for Dontnod doing it.

On the more peripheral side of DW…it would never happen, but I feel like a lot of Briggs and co's very traditional Dalek conflict impulses would channel better in a video game than audios. Some shooter-ish RPG in a Dalek Empire esque setting could be something.


 No.45806

File: df75e943aae3f3e⋯.jpg (330.68 KB, 1500x1500, 1:1, 1470583458404.jpg)

tfw no doctor who game by kotaro uchikoshi


 No.45807

>>45805

You know what? As much as I found the finished product… Less than satisfying, through no fault of their own so much as the title's… I would reunite the Rare team that did Dinosaur Planet to make a Doctor Who game. Honestly, if they took a cue from some early classic who itd be pretty great. In so far as a video game is concerned the serial format woulf be a great fit for a game: a little expansion here or there and mind of evil or ark in space would make a great standalone game


 No.45808

>>45807

Interesting deep cut there.


 No.45809


 No.45810

>>45806

Doctor Who where the answers are delayed to the next game/season and are ultimately disappointing? You’ve got plenty of Moffat Who you can watch


 No.45811

>>45810

2013 called it wants its inaccurate memes back


 No.45812

>>45810

sometimes I like to pretend that 999 is a standalone game and the sequels didn't happen tbqh


 No.45813

>>45810

Even Moffat's worst resolution is less embarrassing than ZTD.


 No.45814


 No.45815

>>45814

can you imagine S8's capaldi being told to "always be kind"


 No.45816

Moffats last contribution to the show is mansplaining how to be the Doctor to Chris Chibnall and Jodie


 No.45817

>>45816

I know you're memeing but I unironically think this


 No.45818

>>45815

If he'd taken that advice he might have started his life on a less rocky foot. Maybe that's exactly why he sees it as good advice for his successor.

Although desu I think S8 12 was practising what he thought to be kindness. Kindness where the Doctor is concerned doesn't necessarily mean being nice or polite.


 No.45819

>>45816

At least his last contribution to Doctor Who is something he can be proud of.


 No.45820

>>45799

Regarding ST. It's not too much hassle for you to do right?


 No.45821

>>45820

No hassle! (=


 No.45822

>>45805

>dontnod

>im a hella timelord up in this!


 No.45823

>>45819

You mean the dotd novelization?


 No.45824


 No.45826

Did 4 more flag designs in the other thread.

>>45825

>>45786

Does anyone have specific ones they think should be done, keeping in mind I'm not an amazing pixel artist but also these are only 20x16 or smaller.


 No.45827

File: 959b597d06e5150⋯.jpg (49.31 KB, 700x400, 7:4, children of earth 4.jpg)

Nilso's future is a fucking nightmare.


 No.45828

>>45827

I had a nightmare that was a fucking future once.

I had to defeat an army of female sex robots by outfucking them.


 No.45829

>>45798

Ever used a japanese toilet? Amazing devices. I could do without the literal bells and whistles on it but the dryers are a technological marvel. It's like shitting in the future. I understand the koreans make a knock off version, probably with a smart phone built in.

>>45805

Lego DW is the only way to go imo. Dimensions doctor who board/level is too much fun. I wonder if briggs did the voices for the cybermen and daleks. The cyberking or whatever's voice is pretty damned great.

>>45806

What's this then? Never heard of it.

>>45816

>mansplaining

I mean you're not wrong but I'm annoyed just the same.

>>45826

Sweet! The doctor outfit ones are a great idea. Those are great. How many should we have in your /who/res opinion?


 No.45830

>>45827

As long as it’s a symbiotic high, I’d be down to be an alien’s drugs


 No.45831

>>45829

Agreed on the Japanese ones; they're indeed amazing. I wouldn't be so complementary of Korea's. Fancy ones can be found but aren't commonplace, let alone widespread like Japan's. Australia's had a better baseline standard.


 No.45832

>>45829

999 and sequels are visual novels with escape room gameplay that are about two thirds visual novel to one third gameplay. Lots of sci-fi concepts if that interests you


 No.45833

File: b71d1b15c24df54⋯.png (83.51 KB, 436x525, 436:525, ccsd.png)

http://ew.com/tv/2018/06/14/doctor-who-jodie-whittaker-comic-con/

They are going to Comic Con in July.

Jodie, Tosin, Mandip, Chibs and Matt Strevens all will appear on the panel.


 No.45834

>>45833

Trailer then I suppose. Hope they don't do what they did with the 50th


 No.45835

>>45834

They will.


 No.45836

>>45833

Walsh's absence speaks volumes.


 No.45837

File: 1148b3c08049174⋯.jpg (48 KB, 537x539, 537:539, sadpaldi.jpg)

>>45833

>no bradders


 No.45838

>>45833

Who is Strevens?


 No.45839

>>45836

The Chase isn't gonna film itself


 No.45840

File: 90823173f1a46a1⋯.jpg (83.61 KB, 600x458, 300:229, greendeath6.jpg)

>>45838

STREVENS


 No.45841

http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/doctorwho/entries/399b321f-63cb-4b83-8bd3-e6874d09579f

>Jodie Whittaker says: “I’m beyond excited to begin this epic journey - with Chris and with every Whovian on this planet. It’s more than an honour to play the Doctor. It means remembering everyone I used to be, while stepping forward to embrace everything the Doctor stands for: hope. I can’t wait.”

>every Whovian on this planet

>the Doctor stands for: hope

lol. So not only is she completely writing off any fan that doesn't want to "begin this epic journey" with her, she's also pushing her interpretation of not just what her Doctor, but EVERY Doctor "stands for". Interesting to hear someone who you can rest assured hasn't even seen all of NewWho, let alone Classic Who, both casually dismiss legions of Doctor Who's long fandom while simultaneously rewriting history with their own personal interpratation of the titular character of which she forms a fraction of a part.


 No.45842

>>45841

Mate, it’s a children’s show she can say what she likes about it


 No.45843

>>45830

Not really directed at you, but for /who/ in general, I come in peace is a great shitty movie about aliens using humans as drugs.

>>45832

Sounds interesting. I genuinely loved some of those "room escape" flash games that were everywhere in the early 00s.

>>45831

I stayed in a suite that had one I was as enthralled as a caveman discovering fire. The only "public" toilets with bidets are in hotels, 4* plus hotels and retail establishments that cater to those who make 100k plus though a handful of starbucks have them. Toilets in the US are pretty shit for being a "modern" country. Low flow toilets are worthless without a pressurized contraption in the tank which are much more prevalent in the border states.

>>45842

That being said, >>45841 sounds "epic".


 No.45844

>>45843

I've heard that plumbers and plungers have a much greater prevalence in American media because there's less enforced standards across toilets and how the whole sewage system runs over there, don't know if it's true but the only time I've ever had to use a plunger in Australia was when someone got too friendly with a small sink.


 No.45845

File: 34b0f9194bbb640⋯.jpg (20.95 KB, 349x642, 349:642, 98cYyv3_d.jpg)


 No.45846

>>45845

what's the doctor who equivalent of this?


 No.45847

>>45846

The Master in Time-Flight


 No.45848

Trailer in 3 days


 No.45849

>>45848

At 3pm?


 No.45850

>>45848

Trailer never. S11 DOA.


 No.45851

>>45849

yes, gmt


 No.45852

Did anything ever come from the talk of a /who/ game we talked about months ago?

Anyone fancy doing anything, summer is long and boring.


 No.45853

>>45844

It's really regional. Some areas the sewer system is really patchwork, older cities and neighborhoods mostly. Also, some regions require different needs, drought prevalent states have smaller tanks etc. There's also dietary considerations that come into play. Americans have a "richer" diet that clogs the sewers with cholesterol, which also leads to more paper usage, which means more clogs. In rural areas a great deal of homes, farms and what not have a septic leaching system which is why in some states/areas you may find a waste bin for used tissue because people are poor and or cheap and don't want to have to have their septic cleaned/emptied more than once a decade. The prevalence of the plumber in media is probably more memetic than those issues above. A plumber/plumbing is seen as good blue collar honest work that it's almost an archetype and romanticized. It's someone that comes in and saves you literally from a shitty situation.


 No.45854

Sorry I meant payment for Jodie's trailer is due in 3 days. after the BBC cancelled it you idiots forgot to tell the renting company that the series went bottom up and we wouldn't need her trailer anymore


 No.45855

>>45853

That's rather interesting. I've been to places with the wastebin system, but I imagine the American diet (especially in poorer areas where I'd imagine people have less time/access to healthier food) exacerbates the problems with that method.

I wonder what the motivation behind the Japanese and Mario was, plumber-wise. I guess it all ties around the gameplay mechanic of going down pipes to other worlds.


 No.45856

California is constantly in a drought because their toilets only have the full flush, a problem solved decades ago in Australia


 No.45857

>>45856

Reminds me that water restrictions were in place times when I was a kid.


 No.45858


 No.45859

>>45858

Not much changed from the original posting, but based as ever.


 No.45860

>>45855

Plumbing issues are generally worse in poorer areas, I would guess the same thing too.

Mario was a handyman in general originally iirc. Italian plumber was kind of already a character in american media. I'm surprised they didn't end up giving him a stereotypical brooklyn/nyc accent instead of elmo, but I guess that would have been too on the nose. I don't know when the Japanese plumbing technology surpassed the US's but I suspect it was probably in the early 80s, maybe it was subtle trolling /who/ nose.

>>45856

Not true as so far as businesses and homes built after say the mid 90s. They have "low flow" toilets that you're supposed to flush mc donalds down with less than 2.5 gallons of water. California is in constant drought because it's partly a fucking desert and it's takes alot of fucking water to keep your lawns lush and green.


 No.45861

>>45838

Chib's co-head. His equivalent of Julie Gardner or Brian Minchin.


 No.45862

>>45860

I remember the first time I went proper camping and had to do as our ancestors did. Bit of a head trip. Modern bathrooms, even the less impressive western ones, are marvels. Running water alone is. But yeah, Japanese ones move your frame of reference big time. Japan in general does that. The sheer scale of Tokyo is nuts.


 No.45863

When do you think Briggs Finish will end? Think long term.


 No.45864

>>45863

A decade after the new series


 No.45865

>>45864

2015?


 No.45866

>>45863

When all the classic actors die and all they are left with is making new Who content to be comfortable and easily digestible for nostalgic RTD/Moff fans


 No.45867

>>45866

I do wonder how much of their income is from the types solely buying 5/6/7 and stuff like Star Cops. They're the longtimers.


 No.45868

>>45863

I'm saying 20-25 years after NuWho is cancelled.

It went on without problems until 2005.


 No.45869

>>45841

>the doctor stands for hope

Neo, how could you not love this? Whitaker is basically admitting Chibnall is Zack Snyder in disguise! thats why he dropped out of justice league!


 No.45870

>>45862

>The sheer scale of Tokyo is nuts.

It looks amazing and I wish I had a chance to go when I was young and still globe trotting and I never been to a non english speaking country aside from a day trip in mexico for pinatas and fireworks. I don't think I could handle it now. Over-stimulation, like being in a casino the size of a city.


 No.45871

>>45868

It was also good before 2005. Although I'm sure it's selling better now. Sigh.

>>45869

If an episode of S11 is entirely a deranged nightmare, then I'll stand with the Jodie.


 No.45872

>>45866

How is that different from their current business model of making Classic Who content that is comfortable and easily digestible for nostalgic 60s/70s fans along with the occasional New Who content that is comfortable and easily digestible for RTD/Moff fans?


 No.45873

File: 55126adeccf35c2⋯.jpg (42.35 KB, 450x550, 9:11, flat,550x550,075,f.u1.jpg)

Doctor Who: An American Musical


 No.45874


 No.45875

Death was the cessation of life. The Ninth Doctor told Rose that "everything dies". (TV: The Parting of the Ways) Every single death caused a tiny fracture in reality. (TV: The Woman Who Lived) In 2011, three hundred thousand people died on Earth every day. (TV: The New World)

The Eternal, Death, was a personification of the concept. (PROSE: Timewyrm: Revelation) Kali was the Hindu goddess of death. (COMIC: The Swords of Kali) On Earth, and later human colonies, the skull was a generalised symbol of death, and the idea took this form as an emoji: 💀. (TV: Smile)

When discussing the idea of a "planet ruled by zombies", the Fourth Doctor remembered the quote that "the living are just the dead on vacation." (TV: Destiny of the Daleks) Voicing her observations on the human lifespan, which she found "hilarious[ly]" short, Missy stated that human beings were born dying, remarking "You know from the minute you slop out, you're rotting, decaying." (TV: Death in Heaven)

As Arboretans existed partly outside of time, when one died, their consciousness travelled back to their birth and they lived their life over again, trying to fix mistakes they had made until they achieved the best life possible. They called this "the path of perfection". (PROSE: Festival of Death)

In 2011, for several months following the Miracle Day, every human on Earth simply stopped dying. It was caused when the Three Families fed the immortal Jack Harkness' blood into the Blessing, which in turn relayed the template to everyone on the planet in seconds. Death was restored when Jack's mortal blood was fed into the Blessing and the original template was restored. All across the world, those who were unable to die yet should have died, including Geraint Cooper and a little girl, all took one final collective breath before dying. For them, the return of mortality was a mercy for them. In the case of others, like the Mother and the Cousin who were responsible for the whole thing, it came back with a vengeance. (TV: The New World, The Blood Line)


 No.45876

>>45865

No after its end


 No.45877

In the final stages of mental shutdown, when physical shutdown would commence, brainsteam death was a sign closely followed by complete respiratory collapse. Soon, liver failure and renal collapse would signal general systemic failure, leading to death within an hour. (PROSE: Anachrophobia)

In one alternate timeline, the Doctor died during the time war with the Enemy and his body was auctioned on 21st century Earth for its biodata. (PROSE: Alien Bodies)


 No.45878

This section's awfully stubby.


 No.45879

>>45878

That's what she said.


 No.45880

File: f372e08ed53f1dc⋯.jpg (543.67 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, 1.jpg)

File: e9327b1a1ba641c⋯.jpg (459.58 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, 2.jpg)

File: d525781c9b9ff44⋯.jpg (535.99 KB, 1417x1417, 1:1, 3.jpg)

The BBC announces they're going ahead with a fifth series of Torchwood.

The catch - it's literally just filmed television adaptions of the Aliens Among Us BF series.

How do you react?


 No.45881

>>45875

Death is an increasing problem. With over a billion intelligent species active in this galaxy alone, it is an ever-greater challenge to know how to kill all of them. On this planet, we are proud to serve as executioners to every living thing. The destruction of a Time Lord, however, is a particular honour.


 No.45882

>>45877

In one alternate timeline and every other Moffat episode


 No.45883

>>45882

b a s e d

>>45881

b a s e d


 No.45884

>>45880

I make myself listen to Aliens Among Us.


 No.45885

I just realised, if the second series of Aliens Among Us follows the same naming conventions as the first series, we'll literally get Torchwood 4, 5, 6.


 No.45886

>>45866

I don't know if RTD fans will care for it as long as classic fans did.

I feel like nuwho as less of a cult appeal than the classic stuff.


 No.45887

Almost halfway through 2018 and still no Salamander set from Briggs Finish


 No.45888

Modern BF's output is far, FAR superior to any of M*ffat's work.


 No.45889

>>45888

sup reddit


 No.45890

The existence of The Churchill Years speaks volumes about BF as a company.


 No.45891

I can’t imagine ever preordering a Briggs Finish and never will


 No.45892

>>45891

I preordered the WarDoc audios, lol


 No.45893

>>45890

Especially as its got more than 1 volume


 No.45894

>>45890

New earth is way worse an idea


 No.45895

>>45890

And the fact they put him in Doom Coalition, eight being their biggest doctor who series, to advertise it speaks volume as well


 No.45896

>>45894

New Earth isn't as inherently political.


 No.45897

>>45894

At least that's just made-up characters rather than a conscious sanitisation of a sadistic, genocide-hungry racist


 No.45898

>>45897

based


 No.45899

Looking forward to the Mao boxset featuring Tim Treloar as the third doctor


 No.45900

Nixon got a cuddly portrayal in the S6 premiere. Trump's corpse was displayed in S10. What Republican president will grace our screens next?


 No.45901

Are there any Briggs Finish releases from 2018 that you actually like?


 No.45902

BF Nixon years when?


 No.45903

>>45901

The Nilso Years


 No.45904

>>45897

Well >>45899 could be a counterpart


 No.45905

>>45897

No no, Hitler was on the other side.


 No.45906

>>45900

Reagan.


 No.45907

GB is having a thread about BF spinoffs they don't want to see.

>Time War: Monoids - When the Daleks destroy their last Security Kitchen, the Monoids are forced to enter the Time War. Not only must they deal with the cruel tyranny of a Dalek occupation but they must also cope with their own internal power struggles, telling each other to 'get back' at every opportunity.

>BRIGGS: Altered Reality 1. Starring Nick Briggs, Alex Kingston and Paul McGann in a fiction meets reality and the writer and Who fan Nicholas Briggs finds himself in a series of adventures with the Eighth Doctor and River Song.

>The Quest is the Quest, the epic build-up to Underworld, spanning an indefinite (and ever increasing) number of box sets.

>Posh Girls - Beth Chalmers plays every character she has done previously, brought together by an upper-middle class anomaly. Together they must figure out if they can do a different voice at some point.

>Sil's Brexit - Sil interviews prominent Brexiteers. He has tea with Jacob Rees-Mogg, discusses investment banking with Nigel Farage and finally asks the public to guess whether a photo is of himself or Michael Gove.

>The Rolling Stones: Love & Monsters' Ursula dumps Elton and goes on the road, accompanied by a post-Five Doctors Borusa and the surviving Ogri from The Stones of Blood.

>Sir Reg and the Creature from the Pit Adventures. Stressed peace diplomat Sir Reginald Styles teams up with giant penis alien Erato to solve crime in West Ham.

>Spandrell & Engin - They've both regenerated but that doesn't stop them from dropping exposition for all of Time Lord history. Bio data extracts and historical records await! Spendrell is played by Nick Briggs and Engin is now a posh girl played by Beth Chalmers.

>“The Five David Warners” - David Warner’s Unbound Doctor and his new companions Sir Isaac Newton, Mycroft Holmes, Luke Betterman and Cuthbert engage on a series of adventures, in a universe where everyone is played by David Warner.


 No.45908

>>45906

>10 minute back and forth regarding the pros and cons of jelly babies vs jelly beans.


 No.45909

>>45907

Ironically most of those sound like they would be mind blowingly good.


 No.45910

>>45901

River S3.

I've heard from someone I trust the Martian Invasion of Earth was great.

I'd imagine all the Torchwood releases this year have been strong, I just haven't listened to them yet. TOS said Believe is possibly the best TW audio yet, which is super high praise. ATA Girl also looks interesting.

Looking ahead this year, I'm interested in Callan, Jeremiah Bourne in Time, the 1DAs S2, all the River and TW stuff to come, I Am The Master, and their Jekyll & Hyde adaptation.

>>45906

I could see that.

>>45907

BRIGGS sounds incredible. Five David Warners would be good too.


 No.45911

I just want to know what's up with that Tentoo audio at this point


 No.45912

>>45911

>audio

Short Trips are more like short stories real aloud than actual audios honestly. Apparently the first one is still coming out this month.


 No.45913

>>45912

I've never listened to a short trip before, just the full length ones. Huh. Makes sense, since it's just Camille talking I guess.

>This month

Eey


 No.45914

4 boxset run of a romcom starring Rose and Tentoo would be right up BFs alley


 No.45915

>>45914

I'm surprised they got to go-ahead to even play with that sandbox at all. It's weird they're just doing it in Short Trips.


 No.45916

>>45915

Testing the waters?


 No.45917

File: 8c733e5ba969f75⋯.jpg (97.28 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Tales_from_New_Earth.jpg)

File: efbcaabea954ec3⋯.jpg (122.45 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 20180416151759ladyc01_cove….jpg)

File: 9c83eb7cb1d74af⋯.jpg (128.8 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 20171031162918jenny_the_do….jpg)

Daily BF Two Minutes Hate?


 No.45918

>>45914

if that was done well, and full cast, I would buy it.


 No.45919

>>45917

Why cant BF make a good UNIT series?


 No.45920

>>45919

A FUCKING ROSE


 No.45921

File: 6d221ba46ad6d2b⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 52.67 KB, 686x402, 343:201, perkins.jpg)

I'm baffled that he didn't return for S10. He deserved to have a cameo.


 No.45922

>>45913

There's a few audio effects, some of thel are more like companion chronicles than current companion chronicles.


 No.45923

>>45921

I forgot about this meme items minutes after the end of the special.

What was the deal with it again ?


 No.45924

>>45917

The Jenny one makes sense, she's basically made for a spinoff. But yeah, what the fuck even are the others?


 No.45925


 No.45926

>>45924

Fact is, BF is dead - and Nilso killed it.


 No.45927

And That's A Good Thing!


 No.45928

>>45917

Imagine going back in time and showing these to BF fans circa 2010.


 No.45929

>>45928

Fascinating thought experiment; making Nilso's future his past in a sense.


 No.45930

File: d5f3a4eee07a2fd⋯.png (1.85 MB, 1920x864, 20:9, 1528813371830.png)

What is the Doctor Who equivalent of this image?


 No.45931

>>45930

Jenna's weight loss


 No.45932

>>45931

AKA breaking the wall? ;)


 No.45933

>>45930

I will never understand the obsession with big tits. They just get in the way.


 No.45934

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


 No.45935

>>45934

You enjoying those infamously busty Korean women, Neo?


 No.45936

>>45933

>They just get in the way.

Of what?


 No.45937

What is the most cursed Doctor Who fanart you've ever seen?


 No.45938

>>45935

I entirely understand not being a - dare I even utter these words - "t*ts g*y", but I'm perplexed by what you're suggesting they get in the way of. What are you scratching at exactly?


 No.45939

File: efbcaabea954ec3⋯.jpg (122.45 KB, 600x600, 1:1, 20180416151759ladyc01_cove….jpg)


 No.45940

>>45937

Someone post the Clara blueberry sequence.


 No.45941

File: 6a81ae0d94babd6⋯.png (240.33 KB, 540x304, 135:76, 10weed.png)

>>45922

So like a campfire story, but one of your buddies is on special effects occasionally rustling tree branches and shit

>>45937

Not fanart, but there's a Star Trek/Doctor Who crossover fanfiction out there which is highly questionable and I wish I could erase it from my mind


 No.45942

>>45941

>fanfiction

Uh, edge, there's something you should know


 No.45943

Requesting that Danny Dark Water "yo bitch" subtitle picture


 No.45944

File: 82c3a4b2b3a0d7d⋯.jpg (30.42 KB, 540x461, 540:461, anxiously drinking tea.jpg)


 No.45945

>>45941

>So like a campfire story, but one of your buddies is on special effects occasionally rustling tree branches and shit

Yeah, some of them are pretty great and experimental too, like early BF.


 No.45946

>>45941

Do you mean the comic? Because no, that was very official.


 No.45947

>>45939

Whats wrong with her face?


 No.45948

We need to stream some of these trashy BF boxsets as soon as they are uploaded somewhere.


 No.45949

File: a4eb83459c7772e⋯.png (387.1 KB, 599x416, 599:416, danny.png)


 No.45950

>>45949

Thanks bi*ch


 No.45951

Nilso.


 No.45952

>>45951

…who?


 No.45953

What the fuck is a Nilso?


 No.45954

>>45953

a priest/artist


 No.45955

File: eff1a5084168e30⋯.jpg (51.1 KB, 1236x663, 412:221, нин.jpg)


 No.45956

If Nilso ever turned against /who/, what the fuck would we do?


 No.45957


 No.45958

Hey, does book club anon still exist?


 No.45959

>>45958

He might be closer than you'd think.


 No.45960

nilsans

nessilso


 No.45961

>>45958

Oh I should certainly think so


 No.45962

File: 2f76576557bff77⋯.jpg (93.75 KB, 601x508, 601:508, 2f7.jpg)

mfw giga doesnt check his CCs haha


 No.45963

bookilso


 No.45964

>>45946

Haha I remember the comic, this was uh, this was something else entirely.

>>45945

I'm more sold on them now I think.

>>45955

>нин

pass the компот


 No.45965

>>45963

>kilso

Kilso the Nilso


 No.45966

N.F.I.A.F.N.


 No.45967

>>45959

Very good. Carry on then.


 No.45968

Willso the Nilso give Chillsos with his writing-ilsos?


 No.45969

>>45968

Let's shillso the Nilso


 No.45970

File: 1728a3875a65e42⋯.png (281.85 KB, 917x599, 917:599, BE_QUIET_YOU_INSIGNIFICANT….png)


 No.45971

SUSAN + DAVID: Centre?

DOCTOR: Yes, quite. You know, you surprise me, Tyler. Why didn't you concentrate your efforts here?

TYLER: We've been fighting the Daleks everywhere. Well, the fact that they started mining operations didn't seem all that important.

DAVID: Yeah, well, we assumed that they were just digging for minerals, you know, something they could use to make

DOCTOR: No, I think perhaps it might be the answer to the question as to why the Daleks are here.

DAVID: But why, Doctor? Surely they've invaded us?

DOCTOR: Oh no, it goes much deeper than that. You see, man, to them, is just a work machine. An insignificant specimen that is not worth invading. Absolutely useless. It doesn't matter to them whether you live or die.


 No.45972

File: 7511f6e7fce54ff⋯.jpg (191.24 KB, 825x464, 825:464, curator_1.jpg)

There's one /who/re I've tried very hard to forget…


 No.45973


 No.45974

>>45972

Nilso?


 No.45975

>>45972

t.Nacho?


 No.45976

>>45972

Azeottaff?


 No.45977

SHUT NILSO DOWN


 No.45978

Look, having Nilsoposts—my uncle was a great professor and scientist and engineer, Dr. Neo at MIT; good genes, very good genes, OK, very smart, David Bowie's Meme School, very good, very smart—you know, if you’re a Gigaposter, if I were a Nachoposter, if, like, OK, if I ran as a Gigaposter, they would say I'm one of the smartest people anywhere in the world—it’s true!—but when you're a Nilsoposter they try—oh, do they do a number—that’s why I always start off: Went to Meme School, was a good student, went there, went there, did this, built a fortune—you know I have to give my like credentials all the time, because we’re a little disadvantaged—but you look at the Nilsoposts, the thing that really bothers me—it would have been so easy, and it’s not as important as these posts are (Nilso is powerful; my uncle explained that to me many, many years ago, the power and that was 35 years ago; he would explain the power of what's going to happen and he was right—who would have thought?), but when you look at what's going on with the four Gigaposters—now it used to be three, now it’s four—but when it was three and even now, I would have said it's all in the messenger; fellas, and it is fellas because, you know, they don't, they haven’t figured that the Nilsoposters are smarter right now than the Gigaposters, so, you know, it’s gonna take them about another 150 years to revive /who/ —but the boardies are great negotiators, the Redditors are great negotiators, so, and they, they just killed, they just killed us.


 No.45979

File: 372b5a8ab1a4bed⋯.jpg (129.08 KB, 900x1200, 3:4, grob.jpg)


 No.45980

>>45979

>ywn have a Gareth dad


 No.45981


 No.45982

File: 2eeb59783f29bdc⋯.jpg (69.39 KB, 1000x750, 4:3, safe_image_1_dfd63a86-36a6….jpg)

File: f3ef0f2126105ae⋯.png (457.09 KB, 600x400, 3:2, unknown-3.png)

If I was designing a TARDIS set, I would use crystalline structure with light shining through, and then wood panelling "built into" the stone. The time rotor would be red crystal (glowing) some coming up from the console, and some coming down from the ceiling, just like stalagmites and stalactites. I found the coral theme fascinating, so crystal rock could work as well I think


 No.45983

>>45982

If I were designing a TARDIS set*

conditional clause


 No.45984

>>45982

and you had me until the rotor being a crystal, I think that the organic nature of the coral theme worked because there was still at its center a technological formation. The console should be mostly artificial.


 No.45985

>>45984

That's fair. Im glad the new series (and the TV movie) do these weird things with the interior. A white interior is too clinical imo


 No.45986

>>45985

>too clinical

I mean, it is the home of a Doctor.


 No.45987

>>45986

Not a Doctor, The Doctor. The definitive article, you might say.


 No.45988

File: 221c76fb8b8715b⋯.jpg (10.74 KB, 245x253, 245:253, tardis_2018.JPG)

File: d092c8b7cbf1b4f⋯.png (1009.92 KB, 1080x1440, 3:4, tardis.png)

File: 7a3765fcfc0882d⋯.png (881.56 KB, 964x725, 964:725, RibosOperation1.png)

the orange windows make me wonder what the interior will be like


 No.45989

File: e5a07f3a435b698⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 149.12 KB, 858x720, 143:120, 20180614_213310.jpg)


 No.45990

>>45989

is this real? whats it from?


 No.45991

>>45989

what youtube fan intro did you screencap that from


 No.45992

File: 09e425a1451c02b⋯.png (226.21 KB, 651x269, 651:269, ClipboardImage.png)

doctor who episodes where crazy conspiracies turned out to actually be completely true?


 No.45993

>>45992

extremis i guess. Any episode involving UNIT. The Series 6 opener has men in black wiping peoples memories.


 No.45994

File: da474b1e8d0d8fe⋯.jpg (19.89 KB, 640x157, 640:157, Capture.JPG)

This is the man that almost doxxed Neo


 No.45995

Any doctor who episodes built on a logical fallacy suported by weak circumstantial evidence where the bad guy was the one in control all along?


 No.45996

Yowza


 No.45997

>>45995

>where the bad guy was the one in control all along?

'Victory of the Daleks' and 'A Good Man Goes to War' both kinda fit this, but maybe not qute the other part


 No.45998


 No.45999

>>45981

He had a good read on what shots were OG.

>>45994

>efficiency

It's complicated as fuck but they do all run on time. Those bullet trains are something else.


 No.46000

Heres an interesting reply to a question from Reddit. Let me know your thoughts.

<What is your favourite Master Story?

>I'd say Terror of the Autons is also a really good story for the Master, so is The Mind of Evil. Really any Delgado story is a great story for the Master, because he was just so brilliantly talented and made each appearance ooze with great charsmia. Frontier in Space is one of my guilty pleasure stories(there's a moral critique in here that gets lost trying to connect to Planet of the Daleks and a large amount of Padding), but I think it's probably the best Manning-Pertwee-Delgado story. They all just do so wonderful well with each other to the point that the episode of padding where they are all stuck on a ship together winds up being the best of the lot.

>Um, after that, well um…classic series struggled with the Master post Delgado. Ainley's best turn out is The Five Doctors when Terrance Dicks shows up and reminds us all how great the character used to be while also making him the center of the funniest moment in the story( "Nice to see you again!"). Ainley puts a spirited performance in each time though. Survival is also a rather excellent late in the ball story, and it uses him well, though perhaps a tad strangely.

>(Deadly Assassin is a rather excellently written story, but I don't feel like it fits the Master at all. It feels a bit like they wanted a name that would raise the stakes of evil Skeleton a little bit. The way the Master acts is a little challenging to reconcile even with his appearance as that incarnation later in Keeper of Traken).

>Frankly, for me it took until Derek Jacobi said "I am the Master" in Utopia for the character to work again. Unfortunately, I'm not super thrilled with the Master in the Sound of Drums/Last of the Timelords. It's a really enjoyable story, but it does feel a bit like it was with Robert Holmes in Deadly Assassin: RTD reshaped the Master's overall character in a strange way(the drum beat thing was a dumb idea, desu). That being said, there's also moments where it's super clear that RTD understands the Master(he's the first to catch that the Master has been doing his way of flirting with the Doctor since we first saw him). So, it is a good Master story in that it empathized what has quickly become the defining parts of the Master(his strange love/hate relationship with the Doctor instead of is perchance for villainy) but also added parts to the character that were ill advised(drums, the never ending drum beat that had only appeared once before in the TV movie by coincidence).

>Then Moffat came in, and finally came up with a characterization for the Master that combined all of this individual different characteristics into one (in my opinion, definite view) concise character for the Master to be(and who s/he was all the way back when Delgado started): the Doctor's friend who lost their way along the way. The Doctor'd friend who went bad because that's what timelords do and who now find themselves on the other side of a moral debate with their best friend. The Doctor's friend who is trying to tempt him into the dark side so that they can be together again.

>This explains 40 years prior of conflicting characterization and added a level of pathos for Missy that wasn't there. Michelle Gomez nailed the character perfect in Dark Water/Death in Heaven.

>And to out do himself, Moffat went and out did himself with The Doctor Falls. Missy has become so lonely that she'll try the Doctor's way just to be with him(and to live). But her younger self threatens all that. He's still mad at the Doctor for not being bad, still doing evil for the kicks. He doesn't want to change for the Doctor, he wants the Doctor to change for him. And when Missy decides that just this once, just for the hell of it, she'll try being good, he kills her. Of course he kills her. Because the Master self sabotages everything they touch. The Master doesn't want to win the game, they just want to play it. And they destroy themselves every time. At the heart of the character is a conflict between the desire to be with their friend and a desire to be better (in their eyes) than their friend. And this conflict kills them every time.


 No.46001

Instead of /who/ trying to make a game like we were talking about last year we should just wait for starfield and make /who/ related quest mods.


 No.46002

sesska sleep no more when?

so far have there been any capaldi episodes that she explicitly didn't like?


 No.46003

Snesskeed


 No.46004


 No.46005

>>46002

ITFotN


 No.46006

>>46003

What the fuck?


 No.46007

Yeah Nilso's cool but what about GarethRobertsFans


 No.46008

File: 8f8f028f80d64ea⋯.jpg (17.09 KB, 220x293, 220:293, rare gareth.jpg)


 No.46009

https://twitter.com/time_lordy/status/1007459719575998467

>So (Anti)Chris(t) Chibnall is finally poking his head out of his Führerbunker for what I'm sure will be a sycophant-laden parade of troglodytes asking their usual asinine questions at San Diego Comic Con. Bold and Brave.


 No.46010

File: 9dd88ba76415e1a⋯.jpg (13.68 KB, 216x360, 3:5, JossWhedon_inthe90s.jpg)

File: 8f41e03937dcc10⋯.jpg (32.06 KB, 421x421, 1:1, ZackSnyder_inthe90s.jpg)

What is the Doctor Who equivalent of this?


 No.46011

Are UK people really upset that the first trailer will be at SDCC?


 No.46012

>>46011

Do Brits really do this?


 No.46013

File: 01dcbad1edfc446⋯.jpg (85.42 KB, 648x365, 648:365, sdcc3.jpg)

Do Americans really do this?


 No.46014


 No.46015

File: d8b42e60f9c617a⋯.jpg (39.71 KB, 600x401, 600:401, main-qimg-0667117d77d389a6….jpg)

Do Australians really do this?


 No.46016

>>46009

>(Anti)Chris(t) Chibnall

yikes


 No.46017

>>46010

left looks like a long haired adam orford


 No.46018

File: 02e4b0c500b7ff2⋯.jpg (64.91 KB, 634x491, 634:491, pikeys.jpg)

Do pikeys really do this?


 No.46019

Do British people really put their “sofas” in the middle of the room and not up against a wall?


 No.46020

Do American "people" really leave their shoes on inside the house?


 No.46021

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

>>46009

>>46016

>(Anti)Chris(t) Chibnall

that's honestly sort of funny, and we get Chris(t) Chibnall out of it anyway if he does good

or alternatively: Christ, Chibnall!

we need to stock up on silly nicknames for our chibby-chum for the next five years or so

what've you all got


 No.46022

Do Australian "people" really drink milk at every meal?


 No.46023

>>46021

chibbers

chibs

chinballs

chinny

chinnigan


 No.46024

>>46022

lol no, that's not a thing at all in aus. I had an ex once that was weirded out that I drank with every meal though; like if I'm sitting down for a meal I always have water or something. She was content to just eat sans hydration.


 No.46025

Do American "people" really wipe their ass standing up?


 No.46026

>>46021

“Somehow even worse Steven Muppet” works


 No.46027

There’s something comical about brit behavior. You watch Mr Bean and they really do make me laugh sometimes


 No.46028

>>46024

it's a thing with white families

t. white ausfag in white neighborhood


 No.46029

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>46021

one I didn't come up with but wish I had was Chinball Wizard

also in case he does good

>He's a Chinball Wizard,

>There has to be a twist!

>A Chinball Wizard,

>He's got such clever plot twists…


 No.46030

File: ed63c9abcf1dc6a⋯.jpg (74.49 KB, 700x665, 20:19, DD_ueS5XkAAer8R.jpg)

Really enjoying The Savages so far (finished part 2), especially Bills performance.


 No.46031

Working class families drink soft drink with every meal

Lower middle class families drink milk

Upper middle class families drink water

Upper class families drink water from a pitcher with lemons


 No.46032


 No.46033

>>46032

I've been hearing these exact moans since like 2011. Doctor Who fans never change.


 No.46034

File: 781d8c367cae71e⋯.pdf (449.06 KB, Mild_Curiosities_-_Ian_and….pdf)

See file related for pitch guidelines for Ian & Barbara fanthology.

See also https://dwzine.tumblr.com/post/173907279432/rainbow-infinities-doctor-who-fanthology , which is in the last few days of submissions if anyone fits.


 No.46035


 No.46036

>>46035

>Half the trailer on the 18th. And the other half at SDCC This sounds petty but the UK should get the first trailer.

that is the dumbest thing I have ever heard


 No.46037

How long until jodie stops getting asked about being a female in interviews?


 No.46038

File: 4ab49b5c950e6e1⋯.jpg (88.37 KB, 640x480, 4:3, solomon-solves.jpg)

>>46036

>splitting the trailer in half


 No.46039

File: 5d9897ff2f0243a⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 37.71 KB, 460x300, 23:15, hardwick.jpg)


 No.46040

>space_jodie

>time_lordy

Made for each other?


 No.46041

File: 89dc87eb2c24abd⋯.jpg (70.93 KB, 640x480, 4:3, solomon-solves2.jpg)

>>46038

Wait, why the fuck are they wearing golden bikinis? Some werid shit going down when mixing Lego and religion.

Since this should have something to do with Doctor Who, how do you think Chibnall allegedly wanting to put Amy in her underwear in the Silurian two-parter bodes for his tenure?


 No.46042

File: 8a6b5cf26b3359a⋯.png (817.03 KB, 739x707, 739:707, solomon-solves3.png)

>>46041

Ahhhh, they were prostitutes. That's what I get for not actually reading the bloody sacred texts. Need to get that baby-cutting wisdom right from the source.


 No.46043

>>46042

>only with the wisdom of yahweh could one suggest cutting a baby in half

I disagree


 No.46044

>>46041

thats princess leia's torso and leg pieces. i'd recognise them anywhere


 No.46045

File: 6805fd37d6b6f94⋯.png (958.78 KB, 743x723, 743:723, billionsliars.png)

>>46043

Now now, we know where that sort of talk gets us.


 No.46046

File: e16e2d08a8f5fb9⋯.gif (731.44 KB, 370x274, 185:137, 1laugh.gif)

>>46039

>#metooed a day after being announced as hosting the Doctor Who panel


 No.46047

File: 9f0aa3dd012df9b⋯.jpg (37.29 KB, 529x449, 529:449, 1277904700835.jpg)

>>46046

Oh fuck really? kek

Honestly can't believe nobody who worked on NuWho has been accused yet.


 No.46048

>>46037

Never, even after leaving the series


 No.46049

JNT should've been #metooed a long time ago.


 No.46050

>>46039

>Our relationship started out poorly. Within 2 weeks, rules were quickly established. Some of these included:

>I “should not want to go somewhere at night”. My nights were expected to be reserved for him, as he had a busy schedule. This alienated me from my friends.

>I was to not have close male friends unless we worked together. All photos of male friends were to be removed from my apartment. This was heartbreaking for me, as my best friend happened to be male.

>As he was sober, I was not to drink alcohol. Before we began dating he said, “I noticed you have a glass of wine with dinner. That’s going to stop.”

>I was not to speak in public places (elevators, cars with drivers, restaurants where tables were too close) as he believed that people recognized him and were listening to our conversations. Our dinners out were usually silent, him on his phone.

>I wasn’t allowed to take a photo of us. (Eventually, he softened on this rule, but was very stern about me asking permission.)

Why the fuck wouldn't you dump him immediately if he was pulling such overly controlling shit in the first two weeks?


 No.46051

The first time I told him I loved him after 6 months of hoping he’d say it first, his response was (and I quote), “I think I love you too, nilso.”


 No.46052

>>46050

Pull out another one from the textbook list of responses to abuse victim stories. It's almost like it's not that easy and obvious to emotionally remove yourself from an abusive relationship, otherwise none of these bad things would ever happen.


 No.46053

>>46052

If they had been in an established relationship before the abuse started, I would agree. But this was in the first two weeks, which should still be considered the trial period where you have every right to end things immediately if you notice red flags.

Reading the article and seeing how it spirals into her being suicidal makes me feel incredibly bad for her, but I cannot defend the actions that brought her to that point. She made a mistake and was taken advantage of. She seems to have learnt from it, which is all you can hope for.


 No.46054

>>46028

I'm a white Australian and I've lived in both the city and the country and I've never been party to this "drinking milk with every meal" thing, nor at my place or mates from wherever. People drink milk yeah but I've never seen it around a dinner table.

>>46034

Cheers


 No.46055

>>46054

>People drink milk yeah but I've never seen it around a dinner table.

My mum made me do it because she was super uptight about making sure I got enough calcium


 No.46056

>>46055

As a kid that's understandable. Soybeans are also a good source of calcium.


 No.46057

>>46055

>not just having cereal or weetbix with milk and putting cheese on your sandwiches


 No.46058

Only an Australian would do something so backwards as drinking milk with steak


 No.46059

>>46022

sometimes I drink milk AS a meal


 No.46060

>>46058

it's generally a white american thing because they're all so malnourished


 No.46061

>>46057

I love/d gluggy gluggy weetbix. Never understood the whole eating cereal before it's soggy deal. Haven't had cereal for fucking years now. Do they still make those little 6-pack sampler of different cereals? The GOAT as a kid.

>>46059

At least that's calorie conscious I guess


 No.46062

>>46050

>>46039

>>46052

>>46053

>Cosplaying 10 guy is a douche.

Colour me surprised! Very unfortunate. I feel for the girl. The stupid things one will do for love or the promise thereof.


 No.46063

Who /omadchad/ here


 No.46064

A despicable human being took advantage of an emotionally vulnerable one who didn't know better at the time.

She made a mistake and bears the mutual responsibility for it, and will live with it for the rest of her life. Life is shitty and fucked up, and you can't hide from that or try and play innocent - you learn from your mistakes to minimise the shittiness. Good on her for fighting on rather than committing suicide.


 No.46065

>>46061

i haven't seen anything like that, but they do make disgusting artificial banana flavoured weetbix now


 No.46066

>>46061

Never Eat Soggy Weetbix was just a way to learn north, east, south and west. It’s best when it’s soggy.


 No.46067

File: 9ddab84b76c67a0⋯.jpg (32.65 KB, 540x540, 1:1, 001762.jpg)

>>46065

You've never seen these?? Maybe I didn't describe them well enough.

>>46066

Good take.


 No.46068

File: 6e6dd1b862b06b5⋯.png (28.9 KB, 633x758, 633:758, 318271da980706f7a18a811c34….png)

>tfw mum only let you have coco pops when you were on holiday

tragic


 No.46069

>>46061

>Never understood the whole eating cereal before it's soggy deal

I'm the same way. Especially with raisin bran/bran flakes/corn flakes.


 No.46070

>>46067

we always used to get those when we went on holidays

I would always leave the shitty ones like sustain for someone else


 No.46071

>>46061

Milk is calorie-dense, actually. And cheap. That's what makes it good for chugging whenever you get hungry between meals.

>>46067

The best part of camping.


 No.46072

>>46070

kek, same

>>46069

Plus the milk absorbs all the flavour if you let it settle a bit.


 No.46073

it's like a chocolate milkshake…. ONLY CRUNCHY


 No.46074

>>46071

That's what I meant; treating it like a meal is wise to its calorie count.

>>46073

B A S E D


 No.46075

>>46067

Do you open them up and poor them in a bowl or cut a proper I into the front and eat directly from the box, pouring milk in of course?

>>46068

Cocoa pops are shit. Get fucked cats. Cocoa pebbles is where it's at.


 No.46076

>>46067

oh i've seen those, yeah

>>46066

that mnemonic will stick with me to my death bed


 No.46077

>>46075

not sure if we even have cocoa pebbles here


 No.46078

>tfw you leave the cocoa pops in long enough to make chocolate milk but then you're stuck with shitty plain soggy rice bubbles


 No.46079

>>46076

>>46066

Are the 4 cardinal directions too much for Australians to remember that a mnemonic device is needed?


 No.46080

>>46077

Tragic.


 No.46081

>>46076

>>46079

I always used

Nilso

Earns

Small

Wage


 No.46082

File: 081792ae55e670c⋯.jpg (112.83 KB, 1200x900, 4:3, 20151003-Milo-Clusters.jpg)

File: bcf48a117330f78⋯.png (164.25 KB, 490x368, 245:184, Milo-Granola-3D-Bag-Angle_….png)

doctor who equivalent of milo protein clusters?


 No.46083

Woolies porridge got me through dorm life


 No.46084

>>46075

You can do both.

>>46082

The laptop guy in The Eleventh Hour


 No.46085

>>46083

>australia

>dorm

did you grow up in the outback and go to uni in the city or something?


 No.46086

>>46084

I'm aware, but which do YOU do? I cut the I for the bewildered looks personally.


 No.46087

File: e071efda4809b9b⋯.jpg (13.66 KB, 173x194, 173:194, o.JPG)

>the bit of pure milo on the top of the milk

>the bit of pure milo at the bottom of the glass


 No.46088

>>46086

Oh my bad, misunderstood. Cut!


 No.46089

nesquik > milo


 No.46090

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


 No.46091

>>46079

I don’t think I was taught it by an adult, it was just one of those things you pick up from the other kids, like the super S


 No.46092

>>46090

it dissolves into milk way better


 No.46093

>>46088

Good man!

>>46089

What about ovaltine?

>>46091

>super S

What's this now?


 No.46094

>>46085

t. City slicker


 No.46095

File: d70cf49778672fc⋯.jpg (11.86 KB, 615x589, 615:589, stussy.jpg)


 No.46096

File: b672f4cdb673c10⋯.gif (1.4 MB, 260x349, 260:349, 1528876027941.gif)


 No.46097

>>46096

That's right Jay!


 No.46098

>>46093

I don't think we even get ovaltine in australia

it's certainly not common at least


 No.46099

>>46095

OH. We call that by the file name. No super.


 No.46100

>>46098

we do get ovaltine here, i had a mate that got them all the time


 No.46101

>>46098

It's around.


 No.46102

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

this video but jay is nilso and mike is neo


 No.46103


 No.46104

>>46102

kek. I think Nilso resembles Mike more in a certain way :^)


 No.46105

>>46000

I disagree. Not on the stories, as they are all top notch; but that there's a definitive "character" of The Master.

The problem with The Master is unlike The Doctor where you have one actor to to smooth out 20-30 stories over the course of a few years and keep a consistent character, The Master's use was terribly erratic and even among the same characterization there could be wild variation.

I think as such there's no such thing as a "definitive" Master character. Each Master incarnation is instead a reflection of a different villain archetype to me(which I've posted before).

For example Delgado is a bit of a version of a Devil in human form, ainley a mad scientist.

Through that lens, there hasnt been an unsuccessful version of The Master in so far as there has never been an unsuccessful version of The Master, they're just playing the role of evil Time Lord with a different direction each time; and that's okay to do: if The Doctor can go from his series 8 to his series 10 characterizations, why can't The Master change between incarnations?


 No.46106

>>46100

>>46098

It's thicker than quik, because of the added malting powder, more akin to a smoothy or shake.


 No.46107

>>46085

Yeah the dorm was full of farm kids, aboriginals and international students (mostly Chinese)


 No.46108

File: b973536c90882a0⋯.png (286.55 KB, 354x450, 59:75, ClipboardImage.png)

when i was talking about ovaltine i meant these specifically


 No.46109

>>46108

are those confectionary or tablets you put into milk?


 No.46110

>>46108

What the fuck is that? Chocolate flavored extacy?


 No.46111

>>46109

eat em iirc


 No.46112

>>46110

yeah they were tasty too


 No.46113

File: e425e0a5db777c1⋯.png (224.1 KB, 525x500, 21:20, 1445371518461.png)

File: db069e4dc863802⋯.jpg (116.95 KB, 590x912, 295:456, fc7ae2f1e27f3763f98b320aaa….jpg)

File: 2c1d77c300f2476⋯.webm (952.62 KB, 710x750, 71:75, 14975705378250.webm)

File: 2d84723d74553b2⋯.webm (3.89 MB, 450x720, 5:8, NYQA.webm)


 No.46114

File: 7d627ceb9ce795b⋯.jpeg (47.74 KB, 272x541, 272:541, EE883586-82DC-4129-9E09-8….jpeg)


 No.46115

File: 8c8bbe7a536970f⋯.png (1.48 MB, 1200x1200, 1:1, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46116

>>46115

Yeah I remember popping a few of these


 No.46117

File: 11ad3b551416841⋯.jpg (542.16 KB, 1530x1201, 1530:1201, 1479957834245.jpg)

>>46115

>mascots with names


 No.46118

>>46117

oh fuck yeah


 No.46119

File: 3e0c7f5a2da6d9b⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 119.53 KB, 598x927, 598:927, 1528986373620.jpg)

Remember TARDISposting? This is them now. Feel old yet?


 No.46120

>>46113

based


 No.46121

>>46119

>we VATS our enemies

Yeah good luck doing that on online multiplayer


 No.46122

File: afbb7c331b38a9c⋯.png (Spoiler Image, 294.97 KB, 301x490, 43:70, 1529063878495.png)

>i love series 9!


 No.46123

>>46121

it still has vats

>>46113

legendary post


 No.46124

File: 51e570b4067a73e⋯.png (775.48 KB, 726x720, 121:120, adultery.png)

File: 8f3883565bcb505⋯.png (836.99 KB, 726x721, 726:721, adultery2.png)

File: ecd211d1339f7a7⋯.png (821.33 KB, 738x726, 123:121, adultery3.png)


 No.46125

File: d34fac5d6bcdf21⋯.jpg (74.03 KB, 1024x576, 16:9, XBEHX4QjPGb9FTm4D6X3UO9dh3….jpg)

Says it all really.


 No.46126

>>46119

I seem to have missed a few fallout sequels


 No.46127

File: 60890441f2b2339⋯.jpg (32.31 KB, 958x958, 1:1, nilso beach 2.jpg)

He awaits


 No.46128

>>46124

>lego porn

reminds me of when I was like 12 I would make dicks and tits out of yellow blu-tac, put them on lego minifigs and act things out


 No.46129

>>46103

what did sesska mean by this?


 No.46130

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

IT'S OUT


 No.46131

Assemble in sleem


 No.46132

SESSKA IN THE STREAM


 No.46133

>nobody wants to watch sesska

what did they mean by this


 No.46134

>>46133

Its Sleep No More Sloath you male pig


 No.46135

>>46133

A false /who/re. True /who/res will always commit time to watch Sesskasays.


 No.46136

Nilso's gay.


 No.46137

>>46134

>not wanting to see how sesska reacts to sleep no more


 No.46138

Just finished the first ep of Arrested Development S5…bit disappointed how it seems to not really be going in the directions that the S4 set up, but then again S4 itself did that to S3's finale. Laughed big time at the last line of the ep. Any of the other ADchads here watched S5A yet? I'm a bit leery of the split since it seems to have been done last minute for Emmy consideration, unless it was always planned and Netflix~Hurwitz just didn't reveal it until now. I'll see when I get to the """finale""" I suppose.


 No.46139

Are there any topics you think have been done too many times in Doctor Who and shouldn’t be done again in the future?


 No.46140

>>46139

time travel


 No.46141

>>46139

Societies with some technology-connected social flaw. Monsters in space. Anything that begets running down a corridor.


 No.46142

>>46138

I binged it all on the day it came out but I need to watch it again before really forming a solid opinion

spoiler-free takes (not discussing plot points but things regarding the overall narrative structure)

continuity regarding passage of time gets a bit fucked up and it bothers me significantly

S5p1 reminds me a lot of the S4 remix in its execution, except with new content designed to be told linearly rather than butchering a pre-existing nonlinear story

I feel like S5 has the lowest joke-to-airtime ratio of any season, and I really miss having punchlines/payoffs at the end of each episode. Every episode is essentially just "here's the next thing that happened" and it doesn't feel like it has as much direction as S4 did.

The cast is largely back together but they still aren't telling the same types of stories as the original run did, so it still feels "off"/different but in a different way to S4

Again this is all first impressions and I plan on rewatching it.

The only thing you should really be aware of is that it definitely is just the first half of a season, not a self-contained semi-season


 No.46143

>>46142

reeeee

Nothing particularly ambitious? God, I hope Hurwitz brings it home in the back half. If I'd only seen the first half of S4 and didn't get to see the second half for months I'd be pretty sour on it. But that had the weird structure the whole time, this doesn't seem to.


 No.46144

>>46143

I can't recall anything I would consider ambitious, it's back to linear storytelling but with a season-long story rather than self-contained episodes with a punchline/resolution like the original run


 No.46145

>>46130

>this is a bizarre episode

>I think it was a really interesting concept and maybe not the best… executed

>they were trying to create a lot of suspense but it kind of felt a little bit flat

>it definitely wasn't, like, a favourite of mine of the season

>but it was still interesting to watch

>the last little bit was kind of interesting, kind of cool

>I can see where they were going with it, but I just don't…

>I felt it was a little… y'know… not terrible but just not as intriguing as it could have been with this style of storytelling

>the idea of it could have really knocked it out of the park but for some reason it was a little dull, a little not as interesting as it probably could have been

>that's going to be an interesting one to rewatch and see if it improves on a second viewing

why is sesska so based?

are you ready for crykino with clala's death next week?


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 No.46147

>>46146

>It wasn't clear what Trump meant by "his people" and "my people," phrasings that could be interpreted to mean all North Koreans and Americans but that could also mean those people reporting directly to the two leaders.

gee I wonder which one CNN will run with


 No.46148

>>46147

I know which one your fat body will "run" with Nilso


 No.46149

>>46148

It is deeply problematic to fatshame Nilso


 No.46150

>>46149

t. Nilso


 No.46151

>>46035

They're replying to every tweet the official account makes wih this bollox


 No.46152

File: 1875f0d58de35a3⋯.jpg (165.19 KB, 700x543, 700:543, Doctor Who rueda de nuevo ….JPG)

File: cdfd3a92107d8c4⋯.jpg (22.26 KB, 280x373, 280:373, Doctor Who rueda de nuevo ….jpg)

File: 382e9b02f9b598c⋯.jpg (20.78 KB, 373x280, 373:280, Doctor Who rueda de nuevo ….jpg)

medieval episode filming in spain


 No.46153

File: 0e4e8066f6ea5bc⋯.png (401.94 KB, 510x529, 510:529, soysska.png)

can females have soy face?


 No.46154

>>46152

Phew, I was worried we didn't have enough historical episodes then!


 No.46155

>>46153

All femoids have the advantage in the sexual marketplace, they have no concept of a beta female that can be described by soy


 No.46156

>>46154

Was anxious we'd be going without them in the Chib era.


 No.46157

>>46152

So this makes like 7/10 episodes historicals then?


 No.46158

File: e2c4762dd859dc0⋯.png (1.88 MB, 1186x891, 1186:891, callahora.png)

scenes have been filmed inside the castle of la calahora

pic related


 No.46159

>>46158

la creatura…


 No.46160

>>46158

I'm excited for Heaven Sent 2.


 No.46161

Epic. An episode set in muslim controlled Spain! Nilso will be pleased


 No.46162

Historical episodes are guaranteed kino so don’t complain about more of them. You gunfags just want explosions and gun battles


 No.46163

>>46144

reeeeeeeeeee

God I hope the actual finale is good then, since we're probably looking at a slimmer chance of a next season now. I hope we do get a S6 though since Hurwitz and the cast have been saying for years this is all a three-act plan of his. Other thoughts on the 2 eps I've seen so far…the actor for Steve Holt is such a good sport. I'm enjoying what they're doing with Buster. The George Michael double bluff PC folder gag was funny. The raped murderer gag also felt very AD in a good way. Hurt people hurt people. Trump in ep2. The clipshow audio when Michael entered the house in ep2. When does the timeline weirdness you mentioned start up?


 No.46164

File: b001d1a19ef8ff9⋯.jpg (110.64 KB, 887x527, 887:527, c1164bbf-d969-479d-b61c-39….jpg)

>>46162

um sweetie, ever heard of a gun historical??


 No.46165

>>46163

It already started

the episodes you're watching are meant to take place 2 months after the end of S4. S4 was released in 2013, but suddenly they're in 2015 and trump's running for president. Even if you retroactively make S4 take place 2 years in the future relative to when it released, it fucks up the ages of the characters in S4 and things like george michael being in college. It's arguably an autistic thing to be fussed about but it bothers me particularly because it was completely unnecessary - they could have saved the trump jokes for later on after they did a proper timeskip


 No.46166

>>46165

What the fuck?

After all the trouble S4 went to of covering the missing years between seasons, it's just dropped in S5? That's fucked up. I don't think it's a weird thing to be annoyed over when S4 made such a huge deal of timelines. They better salvage this in S5B by introducing a time travel element.


 No.46167

Why am I not excited for S11 when I really liked Broadchurch, love the idea of so many historicals, and am pretty happy with the cast?


 No.46168

>>46166

>After all the trouble S4 went to of covering the missing years between seasons, it's just dropped in S5?

[/spoiler]that's a good succinct way of putting it, yes[spoiler]


 No.46169

>>46167

Because you love Moffat so much.


 No.46170

>>46168

:( That was one of my favourite things about s4. It kind of dulls how cool how prescient the show is to shift the years like that. Is there more Trump in later eps?


 No.46171

>>46167

The exact same reason no-one is assuming Chibnall Who will be good based on Broadchurch.


 No.46172

Babelcolour did a submission for the BF Spragg contest. We're fucked.


 No.46173

>>46172

who's "we"


 No.46174

>>46170

it goes into parody territory than outright le drumpf, and it's still a very minor part


 No.46175

>>46173

Everyone else here who submitted/will submit to the BF Spragg contest.


 No.46176

>>46174

Oh yeah I'm not worried about it, I have complete trust in Hurwitz to make it work and make it funny. I honestly found the moment a bit electric in ep2, though now the stuff you mentioned is pissing me off.


 No.46177

>>46167

Because Chibnall's Who/Torchwood track record is terrible.

Because they're keeping a lid on the other writers so we can't be excited about those.


 No.46178

>>46174

rather than*


 No.46179


 No.46180

Nilso did a submission for the BF Spragg contest. We're fucked.


 No.46181

>>46167

It’s probably because everyone you surround yourself with is negative towards it if you like all the individual pieces and still aren’t happy.


 No.46182

File: afbb7c331b38a9c⋯.png (294.97 KB, 301x490, 43:70, 1529063878495.png)

>>46180

>mfw mccoy reads out a nilso audio


 No.46183

>>46179

Sounds like Catterson Chronicles S3 might actually happen, albeit still not immediately.


 No.46184

>>46181

I feel like most people here seem to feel more positively towards it than me. I have every expectation it will be pretty good, I just don't really feel anything for it. That said, I vastly prefer feeling apathetic over a series we know little about than having more set feelings over a bunch of leaks and trailers and shit. I'm hugely happy with how the Chibnall Wizard has dominated the spoiler game.


 No.46185

nilso drincc


 No.46186

>>46183

Do you think he's definitely referring to them? I almost got the impression he meant acting in other stuff. God, I hope he means the CCs.


 No.46187

>>46186

Remember that he does not have a good way with words. Most of the dialogue he writes for the CCs is incomphrensible.


 No.46188

>>46187

*incomprehensible


 No.46189

>>46187

I grade so many essays in broken, bizarre learner English that I think my overton window for comprehensibility has shifted a bit.

>>46188

Funny if intentional, still funny if not


 No.46190

>>46189

I was doing some marking today where I had to do data entry of feedback sheets all the students had written about projects of other groups, and I had a really tough time reading the writing of some international students - in some cases I just gave up (the comments weren't really too important, more the number marks they had written). That was just a couple of sentences, I wouldn't be able to handle full essays

I'm used to understanding broken english when it's legible at least


 No.46191

>>46190

I gave my teachers a lot of headaches with my atrocious handwriting back in the day, I feel their pain now. Typing feels so much more liberating, but I do think what they say about handwriting actually pushing the info into your mind more is true. Imagine handwriting out posts here.

Broken English is gold to hear at least. Especially mangled idioms. What do you teach?


 No.46192

>>46167

I'm apprehensive myself, despite "liking" most er some of chinballs DW offerings. It's all so abruptly different with no word of previous writers, Gold being out, and no talay so it will look different that what we're accustomed to. I doubt you have the emotional investment in wide chapel that you have in DW. You were probably pleasantly surprised you liked it because you had no expectations. You surely have an idea of what you want DW to be.

>>46179

I don't know, but it sounds like something I'd say having every intention of doing so, but never really getting around to it. You make time for what's important, to you.

Also I totally didn't realize that the 10 cosplayer was Chris Hardwick. Schadenfreude is probably a bad thing, but I cannot help but revel in that the same way I enjoyed his death in house of a thousand corpses. I think I hate Hardwick more than star wars.


 No.46193

>>46192

You know I think it really was Gold not being in S11 that flatlined me the most on it, I'd forgotten that. I guess there's just so little for us to really hook onto since it's all apparently new. Nicely said on Gracepoint.

I don't feel amused, or even exactly vindicated at what's happened around types like Joss Whedon and Chris Hardwick, but I do think there's some well-deserved pride to be had in those nerdy fandom spaces purging themselves of these sorts of people and what they represent.


 No.46194

>>46193

>I do think there's some well-deserved pride to be had in those nerdy fandom spaces purging themselves of these sorts of people and what they represent.

so you're saying NILSO OUT?


 No.46195

>>46194

when did nilso sexually assault someone?


 No.46196

>>46193

I don't know enough about Joss to have an opinion other than Buffy the movie was better than the show, and serenity was alright never watched firely. Hardwick's been insufferable since singled out and gotten progressively worse since. He's a frat boy in nerdface.


 No.46197

File: 66f18219ad23f02⋯.png (1.19 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.46198

>>46194

Nilso wouldn't sexually assault a fly And That's A Good Thing!


 No.46199

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>46195

Cats in his dreams


 No.46200

>>46198

That is a good thing, not sure why you’re being sarcastic about it


 No.46201

>>46200

Because Nilso would literally be incapable of doing so anyway.


 No.46202

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

An ode to Nilso


 No.46203

File: 42e28f563e1aa52⋯.jpg (8.46 KB, 194x259, 194:259, images.jpg)

>That twenty-year old boomer with a Nilswastika tattoo


 No.46204

I mostly ignored the Twitch this week but I'm definitely dropping back in for The Three Doctors/Carnival of Monsters.


 No.46205

>>46204

3 Doctors>5 Doctors>8 Doctors


 No.46206

>>46205

2 Doctors is better than all them


 No.46207

>>46204

Same. Judging by the view counts when I actually have visited, it seems like the Pertwee era has just had less interest.


 No.46208

File: 9edd08f4ef418ea⋯.jpg (17.55 KB, 338x435, 338:435, 1529081340387.jpg)


 No.46209

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 No.46210


 No.46211

>>46210

He's calling Nilso out


 No.46212

>Nilso's new profile pic on Twitter


 No.46213

>>46206

4 doctors>2 doctors>3 doctors>5 doctors>8 doctots


 No.46214

>>46212

What did he mean by this?


 No.46215

>>46213

the day of the doctor novelisation > all


 No.46216

>>46212

nilsos neck long


 No.46217

Giga's here


 No.46218

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

⎛⎝⎠ilsoperaaaa!!!


 No.46219

>>46217

He's finally here, performing for you


 No.46220

>>46219

if you know the words you can join in too


 No.46221


 No.46222

>>46221

Shithouse.


 No.46223

>>46221

But she'd already published The Game article before…oh, is she writing the S9 Whithouse entry?


 No.46224

>>46221

My guess would be Whithouse since Under the Lake/Before the Flood is coming up soon.


 No.46225

Curious how Sandifer didn't mention the Brigadier becoming a flying, saluting Cybermen in her glowing S8 finale piece.


 No.46226


 No.46227

>>46226

I think it's curious how she, along with literally everyone else I've ever read the takes on the S8 finale on, shy away from describing in-depth how exactly the finale effectively resolves the series' questions about soldiering. The finale has marvellous resolutions for many things…the Doctor grappling with his new identity, Clara and his relationship, Clara and Danny's relationship, but I really think the finale was a gutless non-answer to powerful questions about soldiering.


 No.46228

>>46227

Probably because everything else going on in S8 is way more interesting and important to the story of the era going forwards, whereas Moffat's attempt at rehashing the military ambivalence thing only to arrive at "well at least they want to protect their loved ones" comes off as more of a footnote.


 No.46229

>>46228

It disappointing me because I was really invested in what Moffat was going to do with those points he was raising. Walking it back to character stuff instead of actually doing the follow through with that theme is, fine, whatever, but the finale doesn't even let it slide away gracefully, the big wonky Cyberbrig moment just shoves it in your face. Gah. I'll hold onto my dream of the show eventually tackling the idea of the Doctor as police in depth at least.


 No.46230

One day my log will have something to say about Chibnall. Bit not today


 No.46231

http://elizabethsandifer.tumblr.com/post/173736074573/is-there-a-reason-the-k9-and-company-entry-isnt

Doesn't this go against the entire psychochronographic point of the Eruditorum? I hope there's a strong throughline and vision for that book as a separate entity unto itself.


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 No.46235

>>46229

The existence of a figure like the Brig and his untouchable position in fandom encapsulate precisely why we will never see an instalment of Who that expresses any meaningful radical unease about the military. Or at least not for a long time, until the show is run by people who don't give a fuck about Classic Who, and also a time when they wouldn't get it in the neck for not being all support-our-troops-buy-a-poppy.


 No.46236

>>46231

>I hope there's a strong throughline and vision for that book as a separate entity unto itself.

That would be nice but it's a collection of revised blog entries at the end of the day.


 No.46237

>>46235

I'm very hyped for that time if it ever comes around. The show gains nothing by pussyfooting around. Besides viewers, maybe :^))))))))

>>46236

My annoyance about this comes from a place of respect; I like the idea and vision of the Eruditorum so much that little gamebreaking things like that frustrate me, although I grasp the financial realities that drive a lot of them.


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 No.46239

An outbreak of 73 Salmonella infections from 31 states has been linked to Kellogg’s Honey Smacks cereal. Do not eat recalled cereal. Throw it away or return it to the place of purchase.


 No.46243

File: b9f60e5cb6124da⋯.png (60.26 KB, 1112x338, 556:169, Kekda.png)

Top Sandifer




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