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File: 5d0e047342ccf3b⋯.png (82.18 KB, 178x195, 178:195, WAoeBsj.png)

 No.79233

Smug Clara Edition

What the fuck is this shit >>78477

 No.79235

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

morph


 No.79236

morph is not heterosexual in the slightest


 No.79237

nilsos here


 No.79238


 No.79239

I'd like to see a Nilso Chronicles Boxset that details his experience at college, his radicalisation online and his eventual downfall leading to his nightmarish present and future.


 No.79240

>You are blocked from following @Tom_Chappy_man and viewing @Tom_Chappy_man's Tweets

Who is this cunt?


 No.79241

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

IT'S OUT


 No.79242

>>79238

Wilf chronicles may seem like a meme or whatever, but i would unironically buy it. Wilf is based. it doesnt even have to have aliens, just his life in the army, and then is life since then.


 No.79243

>>79240

>CONFIRMED at Boston Comic Con Catherine Tate will return to Briggs Finish in “September” to record more “The Tenth Doctor Adventures” #DoctorWho


 No.79244

>>79239

Can we have a whole episode dedicated to him lifting concrete slabs?


 No.79245

>>79243

the quotation marks make it seem really sarcastic


 No.79246

nilslab


 No.79247

File: 26e4fb0f0a7f243⋯.jpg (24.86 KB, 512x294, 256:147, Satan_Pit.jpg)

I am complete!

Fuck!

Yes you are fucked, shit out of luck

Now I'm complete and my cock you will suck

This world will be mine and you're first in line

You brought me the pick and now you shall both die!


 No.79248

File: 904833bc2b11cfa⋯.jpg (82.47 KB, 822x1049, 822:1049, f7cb058.jpg)

image from a moodboard that was eventually used as the inspiration for 13's costume


 No.79249

File: 4265f90dc0adc10⋯.jpg (47.87 KB, 480x598, 240:299, 22c57e7.jpg)

dwe?


 No.79250

File: 2b53e5e44d68561⋯.jpg (304.34 KB, 1090x1200, 109:120, ripdwsr.jpg)


 No.79251

>why does 11s tardis have so many 20th century objects?? 4th wall!

next you'll be asking why he's patterned after a Victorian adventurer or why he spends so much time on Earth

>but why would the TARDIS build itself that way??

it was responding to 11's personality


 No.79252

>>79242

If it doesn’t have aliens then how will the boomers support the range?


 No.79253

>>79251

11 didn't have a personality yet, the tardis wouldn't know that


 No.79254

>>79251

very late response and very poor representation of what the points actually were


 No.79255

>>79232

oh i see, best of luck to you mate


 No.79256

>>79253

What, if I may, the fuck?

The TARDIS doesn't finish rebuilding until right at the end of The Eleventh Hour.


 No.79257

>>79254

>very late response

cuck off I can respond to old posts if it so pleases me


 No.79258

>>79253

The TARDIS is a fucking time machine, it knows the future


 No.79259

>>79256

and the 11th doctor was not in the tardis at any point while it was rebuilding, the tardis hadn't met the 11th doctor yet


 No.79260

>>79259

>>>>implying the TARDIS, a telepathic time machine, needs to physically "meet" the Doctor to get an impression of who he is

Doctor's Wife practically canonises that the TARDIS is aware of all his adventures.


 No.79261

>>79252

boomers love historicals though. they simultaneously want doctor who to become a "proper drama" again - which in their mind means more historicals - but they also want to do away with all the "soap opera" elements, i.e. any and all character drama


 No.79262

You're all focusing on the wrong part. The reason the TARDIS building 11's first console room is boring is because the main thing that makes a design of a bunch of 21st century junk thrown together interesting is the idea that it actually WAS junk thrown together, by a person.

The TARDIS building it just makes you think it was all brand new and materalised out of the air, which means the reason there's a typewriter, etc. is purely aesthetic, rather than practical.


 No.79263

>>79261

They stopped having pure historical episodes because boomers weren’t watching and the ratings would go down after the first episode


 No.79264

360 > coral > crystal > whimsy


 No.79265

>>79263

any episode boomers hated as kids they now love


 No.79266

File: 4bfdfe96f49277f⋯.jpg (8.41 KB, 234x215, 234:215, nilso be like.jpg)

*sips* yep, the space pirates, now THERE was a good dr who episode. sure it had its flaws… but at least it wasnt nu poo clara clutterbucket trash!


 No.79267


 No.79268

*tssss krak* yeah, the smugglers is really underrated. much more subtle than the modern kiddie shite we got with moffat


 No.79269

>>79266

The Space Pirates seemed really cool from this book I had as a kid that had information on every episode. I didn’t hate it on first listen but it was very disappointing


 No.79270

>>79266

You're giving them too much credit by saying they think it has flaws


 No.79271

>>79268

The Smugglers is boy Polly kino


 No.79272

The Smugglers is currently in transit to the UK from Singapore.


 No.79273

I don't like boomers


 No.79274

Latest Sandifer post is pretty nuanced and interesting.


 No.79275

judys a boomerphobe


 No.79276

>>79266

This but unironically.


 No.79277

>>79276

t. clayton clutterbucket


 No.79278

2 hours 30 minutes until War Machines stream


 No.79279

>>79272

Its taking a long time


 No.79280

>>79200

>i've read Drawn on a Supernova but I havent had a chance to read Perfect Authentic Cadence yet.

Good, tho technically they're intended for reverse order. Still, i'd like to hear your thoughts.


 No.79281

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

do you think character options put this much effort into the 13th sonic toy?


 No.79282

>>79278

I'll be there.


 No.79284

Let's Kill Morph


 No.79285

File: fb72e8b2fffb74a⋯.png (44.24 KB, 647x150, 647:150, ClipboardImage.png)

>>79280

i really really liked the way the idea of the doctor was characterized in this one and I honestly wouldnt be upset if the show went down a similar path itself.

specifically pic related i thought was really well written and great take on the idea. I also love the whole origin story style which is also notably missing from the main series.

I also rather enjoyed the final section quite a bit, the way you described the setting was really immersive and visualized in my mind very well.


 No.79286

How do we "fix" Morphant?


 No.79287

File: 9de99238b8235be⋯.png (239.54 KB, 584x329, 584:329, ClipboardImage.png)

morph gig


 No.79288

Do you envision Morphant as straight, white, attractive, and submissive instead of "spunky"?


 No.79289

how do we "fix" series 11?


 No.79290

>>79289

Add male-on-male sex scenes.


 No.79291

File: b3e4ca1146187b3⋯.jpg (80.42 KB, 620x413, 620:413, RTStee-3d3acb0.jpg)

>>79289

There's only two men crazy enough to even try


 No.79292

how do we "fix" kinda?


 No.79293

how do we "fix" seething chibfags?


 No.79294

>>79293

They'll have enough punishment in October.


 No.79295

>>79294

is that a threat?


 No.79296

>>79295

It's a promise, that S11 will air then.


 No.79297

File: 362da1978e8320b⋯.png (643.28 KB, 750x493, 750:493, 1499048650873.png)

*blocks ur kino*


 No.79298

File: 924b6cd4266a082⋯.png (96.61 KB, 280x291, 280:291, ClipboardImage.png)

>tfw the kino part of grahams character is going to be "resolved" in episode 1 and never brought up again


 No.79299

>>78774

>framing

Jack seems to be studying her now. Is it because jack's mind is ripple proof as a time traveler? Fascinating if it is. Shadow's disappeared, or has it? Most interesting, but i might have reccomended this one should have been with the previous stories since it follows up them.

>Perfect Authentic Cadence

Full disclosure, this isn't a dry read for me- I had a hand in reading Immigrant's drafts, proofreading and etc. I think at most I gave him a joke for the dialogue at the end. With that said I'm a huge fan of this story, like I said before Immigrant can write a an opening like nobody's business, and here he gives us 2! Brilliant! And the thing that's great about this one is the characterization is so strong that the big moments are establishing milestones for the Doctor-they simply have weight to them. Miaki's sacrifice, Illithica's lifeless appearance and The Doctor's striking way of projecting confidence and yet having so much doubt, as if outwardly she's running on autopilot at times so she can concentrate on the inward stuff she hasn't had a chance to touch.

And it's effective. Imm earns the responses through organic build through his plot and it feels right. The pacing is intelligent, whenever it feels like he might have hung a little bit in one place or a scene feels like we might be going too long in a low tension scenario he moves us along which is good instinct frankly.

Id say there are a few things here and there that get lost in the details as a result(who shot the previous doctor chiefly among them) but the fact that I have follow up questions means I'm invested. Good job!

>drawn upon a supernova

Snapshots, quick hits. Neo's right that it's very effective, though I prefer the previous story. Am also slightly more of a fan of your Cadence Doctor's previous Cameo morein Parallelism. I do have a slight tinge of disappointment that we don't get a bit of excitement, some kind of action scene to whet our apetites, but for the majority of what is a funeral story it's hard to do that, and what's there is a lot more vital. The last thing I'd like to mention is that as your doctor here is mourning a bit, I wonder if there arent things from a greater perspective that people would have seen if we were out of Mila's head, emotions she expressed across her face that she hadn't accepted within herself. Theres a hint of that when she meets the Sarah Doctor's father, but I imagine how it would have worked from a third person perspective.


 No.79300

>>79297

*kills your kino*


 No.79302

>>79301

Neither - the question should always have been "HOW will the show be killed?" or "WHY will the show be killed?", not "WHO will kill the show?"


 No.79303

>>79302

But we can pinpoint who killed Classic Who.


 No.79305

the chibs era is going to be the kino tax for the moff era


 No.79306

>>79305

S10 was the kino tax for the Moff era.


 No.79307

File: 764d5baba08b429⋯.gif (2.74 MB, 540x200, 27:10, tumblr_p0rqum3lEu1tqucnto5….gif)

>Something has gone very wrong with the kino


 No.79308

i am a firm believer in kino MMT


 No.79309

S5

kino

S6

half kino half kino tax

S7

kino tax

S8

kino

S9

kino

S10

kino tax


 No.79310

S11

kino deficit


 No.79311

>>79281

>A screwdriver that lasted 15 episodes

Why didn't they use it from the start of series 9, or just keep 11's Sonic Screwdriver until the end of Moffat's era?


 No.79312

>>79311

Cause it was godawful and it took Moff's mind burning out from producing S9kino to approve such a horrid design (note that the design wasn't finalised when Hell Bent was finished, hence the awkward patchwork of it into the episode).


 No.79313

That said I do think a new sonic was important to Hell Bent, I just wish it looked good.


 No.79314

reminder that if you hate the sonic sunglasses you officially hate dr who


 No.79315

File: e2d32a5d4b3fbc2⋯.jpg (51.68 KB, 600x600, 1:1, DkYBGCxXcAEozTZ.jpg)

DWE?


 No.79316

>>79314

based


 No.79317

>>79311

>Why didn't they use it from the start of series 9

because the sonic sunglasses were a good idea

>or just keep 11's Sonic Screwdriver until the end of Moffat's era?

moff said it looked too bulky in capaldi's hands


 No.79318

File: ac940a53da09b82⋯.webm (1.86 MB, 1024x1024, 1:1, tardisFoff.webm)

>>79312

>11's sonic

>godawful


 No.79319

55 minutes until War Machines


 No.79320

>>79312

It's the black sheep of Sonic Screwdrivers. Plus it's the only one to appear in Class so you know it's shit.


 No.79321

>>79318

He was talking about 12's Sonic…


 No.79322

>>79318

I'm talking about 12's, although 11's is ugly too imo.


 No.79323

nilsos lil nilso looks like a black sheep with no head


 No.79324

File: 6f4c663072e949d⋯.webm (3.72 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, foff cereal.webm)

>>79322

>although 11's is ugly too imo


 No.79325

>>79324

I also hate the general classic screwdriver.


 No.79326

>>79315

If a problem comes along, you must whippet!


 No.79327

>>79285

>i really really liked the way the idea of the doctor was characterized in this one and I honestly wouldnt be upset if the show went down a similar path itself.

Thank you. I think the idea could work in the show as well.

>the setting was really immersive and visualized in my mind very well.

Thank you again. I wanted the setting to seem like a real society, and have an idea on the whole setting and stuff.

>I also love the whole origin story style which is also notably missing from the main series.

Yeah, the Gallifreyan Doctor shouldn't get an origin story, but for a human Doctor, it works.

>specifically pic related i thought was really well written and great take on the idea.

Thank you. Interesting story is that the idea isn't exactly completely mine.

Dark Paragon, a story in Perfect Timing by Jon Anderson, a 90s charity Who anthology, was a story about a human woman who gains the role of the Doctor. The actual story focuses on other things that mine, but that's where the idea was. My ST2.5 stories were originally gonna star Anderson's Doctors…but then I found out that he specifically refused others use his Doctors–not just not given permission, but said "No!". I could have ignored that, but decided not to.

I still loved the idea of "human becomes the Doctor" though, so I decided to take that basic concept, and come up with a new take, ignoring the rest of his lore. I already liked Mary Elizabeth Winstead as an actress, so I eventually settled on her as a choice for Doctor.


 No.79328

the sonic is shit and should have been retired after TDF with a surprise return in 3ish years


 No.79329

>>79317

So they made a bulkier one…


 No.79330

File: 2a330f3c7526b4b⋯.jpg (71.38 KB, 192x238, 96:119, 1495166600521.jpg)

>>79325

>I also hate the general classic screwdriver.


 No.79331

sonic screwdrivers should look like an elegant tool. All sonics that deviate from this design philosophy look shit


 No.79332

>>79327

What's with the reddit spacing?


 No.79333

>>79332

>asking this to a redditor


 No.79334

>>79331

nilsos lil nilso is an inelegant tool


 No.79335

>>79326

based

>>79330

I love 2's and 9/10's though, and like 8's.


 No.79336

>>79331

Only 2's and 9/10's look like elegant tools.


 No.79337

>>79327

human becomes the doctor is a genuinely kino idea and i think it should have been explored a little more during claras tenure desu, maybe an episode similar to the next doctor but with more focus on the doctor part of the character rather than the fact they're actually a human


 No.79338

File: e93f9a18c5e0a00⋯.jpg (46.88 KB, 500x667, 500:667, a3ae346dccbcf3928127532951….jpg)

>there are people who unironically think this is a good design


 No.79339

>>79334

Can you really call it a tool if it doesn't work and will never be used for anything?


 No.79340

File: d5b444eadce56d6⋯.jpg (31.91 KB, 478x640, 239:320, 9b787faab562035637ff2c2138….jpg)

File: 32a2093e98cc46a⋯.jpg (67.41 KB, 798x649, 798:649, ADTjLhI.jpg)

>>79338

WETA designed it.


 No.79341

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

which /who/re was most likely to be that kid who did sneaky nuts at school?


 No.79342

nilso broke his lil nilso while laying slabs. accidentally dropped a slab on his crotch and that was that


 No.79343

>>79340

what's a WETA?


 No.79344

>>79341

skelly


 No.79345

>>79344

it sounds more like a cats thing desu


 No.79346

>>79345

skelly


 No.79347

File: 06debc43491a94d⋯.jpg (72.37 KB, 772x514, 386:257, e0000.jpg)

>Introducing the 14th Doctor…


 No.79348

>>79343

WETA workshop are an extremely renowned and well-regarded kiwi prop and special effects company, most famous for their work on the Lord of the Rings films. If you notice a genre movie having really good design in those fields, odds are WETA did it.


 No.79349


 No.79350

>>79348

you can construct a bad design well but it doesn't stop the design from being shit


 No.79351

>>79285

However, it's not Winstead in "Drawn on a Supernova", it's Charlotte Gainsbourg. Drawn was written after Perfect Authentic Cadence", and is meant to add more depth to Mila's life and perspective, as she only gets a small role in PAC. Charlotte felt like the sort of cultured-yet-somewhat-cool presence I wanted for Mila.

>>79337

Agreed. Clara would have been a good character to do that with.

>>79332

Paragraph breaks help with readability.


 No.79352

>>79350

I disagree that it's a bad design. It's ostentatious and arguably garish, but I think it fits some of the madcap aesthetic of 8 and I appreciate any aesthetic markers for his eras.


 No.79353

the sonic became shit when the doctor started looking at it to get information


 No.79354

>>79353

It became shit when 3 got it and it started looking like a toy.


 No.79355

>>79353

BASED


 No.79356

>>79353

what about the sonic sunglasses?


 No.79357

the doctor told nilso that feminist dance therapy would ease nilsos dick joints and allow him to recover fully, but nilso just wasn't having it. he said he'd rather have his dick broken forever than go to a feminist dance therapy session. so that's what happened. nilso stayed at home, and his dick joints healed improperly, rendering his lil nilso useless.


 No.79358


 No.79359

File: 2bc5a971ee1ff27⋯.png (29.57 KB, 657x527, 657:527, sad.png)

>>79353

>Chibnall did a lot of that in the previous 2 eras


 No.79360

>>79356

we've literally seen that the sunnies have a graphical display so they're fine. my issue is with the fact that the doctor can look at literally nothing and suddenly know everything about it. it just looks fucking dumb


 No.79361

File: 009143c4638d8f2⋯.gif (735.29 KB, 500x280, 25:14, Ew9.gif)

>>79359

>Chibnall


 No.79362

Do you consider it kind of historic that we'll get to see the show die?


 No.79363

>>79362

surely a tale ill tell my kids


 No.79364

>>79338

the appropriate word is "excellent"


 No.79365

As much as I rag on Chibnall, I think I would prefer him leading/killing the show than Briggs. I hate where Chibnall seems to be taking the show, but at least he's taking it somewhere.


 No.79366

>>79365

he's taking it to for the masses crap

briggs would take it to for the retard fans crap


 No.79367

>>79361

What? I know it's been a problem with the Sonic for ages, but it was really bad in his episodes.


 No.79368

>>79367

I'm just laughing at Chibnall, nothing specific in your post.

>>79366

Briggs - zero creativity pandering to boomers

Chibnall - zero creativity pandering to zoomers

?


 No.79369

>>79368

correct but the zoomers lose interest for whatever new awesome netflix exclusive comes out, boomers are in it for the long haul


 No.79370

File: dbf3e9abb25e58d⋯.png (4.5 MB, 2000x1987, 2000:1987, Design.png)

relatively unrelated to /who/ but I'm stuck between three designs for something and I'm not sure which to choose - A, B or C


 No.79371

>>79369

chibs is making Doctor Who: A Netflix Original Series x Doctor Who: A CW Capeshit series. God save us.


 No.79372

>>79370

mccoy should not be the only element with a drop shadow, get rid of it desu

also play with the levels or do manual touching up so that his face isn't so dark relative to everything else

out of those, C is the best


 No.79373

ITS JUST GONNA BE FUCKING BORING

B

O

R

I

N

G

it's gonna be forumlaic OH LOOK DOCTAH WE'RE IN THE PAST AND LOOK AT THIS SORT OF MAYBE PARALLELS WITH MODERN TIMES

OH AND LOOK AT THE COOOOOOOOOOL NEW CINEMATOGRAPHY THAT WILL /T O T A L L Y/ STAND OUT FROM ALL THE OTHER GARBAGE ON TV RIGHT NOW

WOW LOOK WE'RE ON A PLANET AND THERES SOME SPOOOOOKY STUFF! HOW WE GONNA GET OUT OF THIS ONE? OH I KNOW ILL DO SOME CLEVER DOCTORY THING AND IT'LL ALL BE FINE

SORRY YOU WANT CHARACTER ARCS? CREATIVE MESSAGING? NOT ENOUGH TIME I NEED TO TELL A S T O R Y, I DONT CARE ABOUT CHARACTERS OR MEANING


 No.79374

>>79373

But Kinda, this is important. 13 is a pillar of hope in these dark, dark times.


 No.79375

>>79299

>Jack seems to be studying her now.

One of the things I like about the framing story is how creepy, in a knowing way, Jack gets throughout.

>Am also slightly more of a fan of your Cadence Doctor's previous Cameo

Yeah, her cameo in Parallelism is probably more surprising. Why do you prefer it?

>I had a hand in reading Immigrant's drafts, proofreading and etc. I think at most I gave him a joke for the dialogue at the end.

Nacho was a very good reviewer and emotional support, as well as helping me with the titles of both stories.

>The Doctor's striking way of projecting confidence and yet having so much doubt, as if outwardly she's running on autopilot at times

That's sort of why I used Mary as "casting"–her characters tend to project strength, even while feeling vulnerability. It was a weird balance to write, and it makes her come off as Six-ish in tone, even when she's freaking out emotionally.

>he might have hung a little bit in one place or a scene feels like we might be going too long in a low tension scenario he moves us along which is good instinct frankly.

Thank you. I was really worried about the pacing.

>who shot the previous doctor chiefly among them

I had a scene showing it, but it messed up the pacing.

>I do have a slight tinge of disappointment that we don't get a bit of excitement, some kind of action scene to whet our apetites

it wouldn't fit.

>your doctor here is mourning a bit, I wonder if there arent things from a greater perspective that people would have seen if we were out of Mila's head, emotions she expressed across her face that she hadn't accepted within herself.

Definitely. Although Mila's got one of those inscrutable faces, that you never know what she's thinking…though you might see it in her painting.


 No.79376

>>79374

Says the unoppressed straight white male sarcastically.


 No.79377

>>79374

Neo, do you have any thoughts you want to say on "Hills" from last week, or the framing story so far?


 No.79378

>>79376

The liberalism in thinking Chibnall's perspective there offers any tangible help to people not like me extends far beyond the naive.


 No.79379

>>79373

Such an overreaction


 No.79380

>>79376

Yeah, series 11 is totally gonna fix income inequality right


 No.79381

>>79379

I've filtered him, might as well do the same


 No.79382

>>79379

i genuinely hope you're right, i've just had no evidence to the contrary so far


 No.79383

okay white pill me, what aspects of series 11 are you actually looking forward to? (other than female doc)


 No.79384

>>79380

Both are works of fiction so…

>>79383

I don't like the female do,c but I think that the TARDIS looks great. Graham might be cool. Having a new composer is nice.


 No.79385

>>79383

Solely Bradley Walsh. Maybe some interesting OC monsters, but I'm not holding out on it. Maybe some good background pictures.


 No.79386

>the only thing nilso is excited about is the old white man

really makes you think


 No.79387

>>79383

preggo man


 No.79388

>>79383

Ryan. He looks like he'll be the lovable doofus. Yas, because qt. And Graham, because his actor seems to be hilarious and having fun.

And Jodie's accent.


 No.79389

>>79386

old white man companion is severely underrepresented in the show


 No.79390

>>79383

Ryan, the spoiler, Graham, I'm intrigued though cautious about the visuals, that it gets us closer to Chibnall leaving. I'm looking forward to the pregnant man and Rosa Parks episodes but probably not in the way Chibnall would like me to.

>>79377

I went back and forth on including Hills because, while I wrote it before reading Skelly's story, I didn't want to crowd the set with Adam stories or alter the impact of his at all. Hills is a riff off of one of my favourite short stories, Hills Like White Elephants by Hemingway. I don't want to say anything about the framing story.


 No.79391

>>79390

> I didn't want to crowd the set with Adam stories

Not sure that'd be possible. Unless you're being funny.


 No.79392

>>79391

I think part of how Skelly's story lands so well depends on just the sheer premise feeling a remarked take on a character rarely remarked upon, so I did genuinely consider not putting in my Adam story as well, although ultimately I thought the nature and style of the story meant it wasn't a problem.


 No.79393

Do you think that Thin Ice will be seen as the blueprint for Jodie's era in some ways ?

Like The Invasion is for Pertwee's, or the library 2 parter is for Smith's ?


 No.79394

>>79393

I wish. I doubt Chibnall's era will feel particularly Dollard-y.


 No.79395

File: a35334c4b6f3c2d⋯.jpg (37.16 KB, 314x445, 314:445, warmachines.jpg)

Starting War Machines in ~10 minutes


 No.79396

>>79395

I'll never forget watching this one live in 1966


 No.79397


 No.79398

>>79393

i actually think it might be in a way, but with slightly more focus on the (historical) setting


 No.79399

>>79396

Cloister


 No.79400

I should have guessed that Andy Lane would be writing for "The New Adventures", seeing as he owns the characters of Chris and Roz.


 No.79401

alright starting war machines now


 No.79402

>>79400

Oh, really? Are you hyped?


 No.79403

>>79397

>>79399

How dare you. I wouldn't be so much of a twinkle in my father's eye for another decade. Dicks.


 No.79404

File: b8ec9e2ef4334e9⋯.jpg (809.11 KB, 1580x1055, 316:211, Endangered-Young-Saigas-An….jpg)


 No.79405

>>79402

I'm hyped, but less for the stories than for the fact that Briggs Finish is actually doing something like this. I really would not mind if they drew more from the books and comics.

>>79403

What does Uncle Tewwance have anything to do with it? Hope you're well!


 No.79407

/who/ crowdfund for the Relic when


 No.79408

File: 69e3a75a180b626⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 215.35 KB, 1280x939, 1280:939, macrauchenia_by_deskridge-….jpg)

>>79404

<<<<<<</3

>>79405

idk. I'm fine aside from the elder abuse.


 No.79409

egg


 No.79410

>>79408

I dig your fab gear.


 No.79411

>>79404

gorgeous little thing


 No.79412

File: 83b529e615efd18⋯.png (224.73 KB, 693x463, 693:463, Saiga-juveniles-hand-raise….png)

>>79410

Thank you. Would you say the saiga is your spirit animal?


 No.79413

>>79412

yes iwould


 No.79414

>I was (and still am) in a relationship with Nicola. I hadn’t written for Briggs Finish for a while, and didn’t really know why, and Nicola cheekily went up to David and said ‘my boyfriend wants to write for Briggs Finish’.

Did anyone else know Nev Fountain was Nicola Bryant's boyfriend? lmao


 No.79415

> It’s also no secret that Nicola regrets not having children, so that sadness and regret was blended into the mix.


 No.79416

File: 0a9c5ff387be5df⋯.jpg (254.42 KB, 618x412, 3:2, sloathshere.jpg)


 No.79417

File: 3e1ff7617709cd8⋯.png (333.67 KB, 500x561, 500:561, b57.png)

sloaths here


 No.79418

>>79405

Hello, N8! How are you? Feel free to do reviews for "Perfect Authentic Cadence" and "Drawn on a Supernova" from Shit Trips 2.5.

>>79414

I knew.


 No.79419

>>79383

A cute doctor and a cute companion


 No.79420


 No.79421

>>79414

>writing the best story Briggs Finish has ever made that’s entirely focused on your girlfriend

Cute


 No.79422

>>79421

It really is an amazing story, I love genuinely strong stories in audios that do their own thing while also "fixing" the TV show.


 No.79423

>>79421

>>79422

I knew that but I did not know that she regrets not having children, that's so sad.

I met Nicola at a con a few months ago and I think she had a few CDs of Peri on the Piscon Paradox on her table, how sweet.


 No.79424

>>79407

Alien Bodies would be so perfect for an audio adaptation, since there are so many little Companion Chronicles one-person's-POV digressions sprinkled throughout. The Shift would take some thinking, but if Weeping Angels worked, by god, they can find a way.

Here's the lines we'd need Tom to record, by the way: https://pastebin.com/dVixcPKr

>>79418

Hey Immigrant, I've been well! Yeah, I feel guilty for not having kept up with the book club; there have been so many great stories.

>>79423

That's absolutely adorable.

Piscon Paradox is just such a great story: the fact that it does a multi-Doctor interaction so well, but that's not even the best part of the audio, is a real testament to Nev's writing.


 No.79425

>>79424

Is getting Tom to say them just a pipe dream for you or have you considered a way to actually go about it?


 No.79426

>>79424

Is there a particular reason for Briggs Finish always focusing on the virgin era of novels and not the BBC or Obverse? They gave up on novel adaptations without doing a single one with Paul McGann even though he’s their most popular doctor


 No.79427

dilbertwho can you please linky me that torchwood sneaky marketing clip from Everything Chages?


 No.79428


 No.79430

File: 96ada4dd2bcb5e9⋯.jpg (992.7 KB, 4000x2250, 16:9, IMG_20180813_192212.jpg)

Why does the new Clara figure look more like Claudia Boleyn?


 No.79431

>>79425

We're gonna go to his house and hold him at gunpoint


 No.79432

>>79430

You are the girl that I've been dreaming of ever since I was a little girl

You are the girl that I've been dreaming of ever since I was a little girl

The word's on the streets and it's on the news

I'm not gonna teach him how to dance with you

He's got two left feet and he bites my moves

I'm not gonna teach him how to dance, dance, dance, dance

The second I do, I know we're gonna be through

I'm not gonna teach him how to dance with you

He don't suspect a thing. I wish he'd get a clue

I'm not gonna teach him how to dance, dance, dance, dance


 No.79433

File: b600f2c2985abb9⋯.jpg (1.14 MB, 4000x2250, 16:9, IMG_20180813_192630.jpg)

File: 097292baa7b5d8f⋯.jpg (1.06 MB, 4000x2250, 16:9, IMG_20180813_192806.jpg)

I knew it would just be a repaint but they did t even bother to take out the battery box.


 No.79435

>>79425

I've considered it quite a bit, but it'd be hard enough to do that it'd might as well be a pipe dream. I think the best bet would be to just track him down at a convention and try to have a conversation about it, but even that would have a kinda low probability of success.

>>79426

Yeah, my understanding is that the rights to Virgin novels lie with the authors – if you wrote a VNA and you want it adapted or reprinted, that's completely your prerogative, and you don't need to talk to Virgin about it – whereas BBC Books shares in the rights for each EDA in a way that would make it much more difficult for Briggs Finish to do adaptations. But I'm not quite sure of the exact terms for the BBC Books rights agreement, and Tardis Wiki has taught me to never speculate about rights issues, so.


 No.79436

>>79425

Remember how people managed to get that guy to do the fuck offerino video from that Australian guy? We could just get find a good Tom impersonator and ask him to do them for us. GIving him a tenner or something similar wouldn't be too far out of the realms of achievability.

We could do the whole thing that way if we wanted to.


 No.79437

>>79436

Impersonators suck; it's not the same.


 No.79438

>>79436

*that guy to do the "fuck offerino video"


 No.79439

>>79430

MFW you all lost the chance of having TOM saying shit

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


 No.79440

>>79433

>Implying CO put work into most of their toys.

They released a version of the 9/10th Doctor's TARDIS that was essentially the regular toy with the electronics removed, and it still had the battery compartment. They're lazy.


 No.79441

We all know what the Virgin New Adventures are, but what would the Chad New Adventures be like ?


 No.79442

>>79441

Curator novels


 No.79443

File: 61efeb7f71d3768⋯.jpg (184.17 KB, 970x647, 970:647, 75397-phones-news-voice-of….jpg)

Tom reads the dictionary

would you buy it?


 No.79444

>>79441

Imagine if the show was cancelled before TUAT

we would have 2 lines of books

Capaldi and Bradleys

kino


 No.79445

File: c47e6ba8042d2f2⋯.png (1.59 MB, 2304x1025, 2304:1025, 1534179490859.png)


 No.79446

>>79445

Is that Nilso?


 No.79447

>>79445

>Chibcucks.jpeg


 No.79448

File: 5cfbbab051a3b07⋯.jpg (1.15 MB, 4000x2250, 16:9, IMG_20180813_195224.jpg)

>>79439

I remember this. Is there a way to get it back?

>>79440

What do you think of their """new""" talons 4?


 No.79449

>>79446

>I'm the classic toxic white male

Potentially.


 No.79450

File: ec34c71b4a19165⋯.jpg (52.44 KB, 900x506, 450:253, 1528268471404.jpg)

>>79445

When I split with my last ex because I said going to premiere night of solo was dumb


 No.79451

>>79450

You've got to give her some credit, kids love that film.


 No.79452

File: 6c85d58bafed6ca⋯.jpg (56.9 KB, 1024x683, 1024:683, mulan.jpg)

First picture of Mulan from live action Mulan.


 No.79453

>>79452

What's with Disney constantly remaking their old films in live action? Do they not have any new ideas?


 No.79454

>>79451

she was older than me

but not mentally

(yes, I see what you are implying)


 No.79455

>>79453

to inject SJW cancer, isn't that obvious enough?


 No.79456

>>79453

Guaranteed money with little risk.


 No.79457

Would Karen Gillian be a good Ariel????

or too old?


 No.79458

>>79457

If it was a shot for shot remake, yeah.


 No.79459

>>79457

She'll have to wear b-shells instead of seashells

Other than that she'll be fine


 No.79460

File: 06b47eda8127cb4⋯.jpg (95 KB, 1024x1018, 512:509, DbaQz7DXkAA1dkq.jpg)

>>79459

Karen's small tits are part of her charm


 No.79461

If a story describes an incarnation of the Doctor as "the little baggy one", which one am I supposed to be thinking of?


 No.79462

>>79461

McCoy


 No.79463

>>79461

2 or 7.


 No.79464

>>79461

2, baggy clothes and short. 7's clothes were never really baggy I wouldn't say


 No.79465


 No.79466

>>79375

>Why do you prefer it?

Its the implication of it- second chances vs. nostalgia…melancholy? The first cameo offers up the opportunity for growth, the second is an affirmation of the continuation of the series, much like… 6's cameo at the end of The Girl Who Never Was vs. 11 at the end of Adventure in Space and Time. While I don't mean to say one is better than the other, one implies more satisfaction, you know?

>Nacho was a very good reviewer and emotional support, as well as helping me with the titles of both stories.

Shit i forgot i helped with the names.

>That's sort of why I used Mary as "casting"–her characters tend to project strength, even while feeling vulnerability. It was a weird balance to write, and it makes her come off as Six-ish in tone, even when she's freaking out emotionally.

But its also that I think that theres something wonderfully freeing that youre able to do with prose in showing the duality of her mind working-you get caught up in her inner thoughts then sucker punched by someone ontop of their responses! That's really good because we get taken as off guard as her response taker.

>I had a scene showing it, but it messed up the pacing.

Which I don't blame you for, cut stuff a lot; and while i acknowledge itd be nice to have i have no idea where I'd put it either. …maybe at the end of the story? As a sort of alt ending? But otherwise no.

>it wouldn't fit.

Nah, it definitely wouldnt.

>Definitely. Although Mila's got one of those inscrutable faces, that you never know what she's thinking…though you might see it in her painting.

And that doesnt hurt, but the detached personality of mila mixed with her almost nonchalant responses implies she's either hiding or very alien. Or both.


 No.79467

Is there a list or document explaining how certain Doctors react to their own incarnations?


 No.79468

>>79467

of course the nilcel needs a spreadsheet describing social interactions


 No.79469

>>79468

You're scraping at the bottom of the barrel for that one, aren't you?


 No.79470

nilsos manual labour job is scraping barrels


 No.79471

nilsos lil nilso is too small to scrape the bottom of his partner's "barrel" if you know what i mean


 No.79472

>>79471

it's too small to scrape something non-existant?


 No.79473

>>79472

his partner is a fleshlight


 No.79474

Is day of the daleks the first multidoctor stort?


 No.79475

nachilso


 No.79476

>>79474

No. The Tenth Planet is.


 No.79477

>>79420

If I had to hazard a guess, I would say Tosin Cole was singing along to a song (based on a tweet in reply saying 'it was in the context of a song') which had the word in it. Also based on the reply 'it has been reclaimed'. I would assume it was Tosin because he's the only black main cast member.


 No.79478

>>79428

This one's from an actual Torchwood game! I'd forgotten that existed. Would be awesome if anyone could find it, especially before we get to S2 in the stream


 No.79479

>>79444

Genuinely underrated post - imagine having two Wilderness Doctors, 12 and (a potentially AU) 1


 No.79481

File: a4baba0b494afc3⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 46.02 KB, 440x611, 440:611, 1534194174316.jpg)

DWE?


 No.79482

>>79481

Jesus Christ please spoiler shit like this


 No.79483

File: e73ccbd26c6b157⋯.jpg (232.92 KB, 720x1017, 80:113, P1220003_dawh8z.jpg)

Landing in a dead forest, PROFESSOR HOWE encounters her deadliest enemy of all - THE TERRIBLE TARRANTS!

Becoming trapped in the creatures' city is only the first of her many problems, including radiation sickness and financial ruin.

Can anything stop the Tarrants evil schemes? Will the travellers face 'Renovation'? And who is responsible for Alania's great hair?

http://professorhowe-theterribletarrants.strikingly.com/


 No.79484

I've never actually watched a serial with ~24 hours between each part before, decided to try it with Greatest Show. It's definitely the optimal viewing schedule, it just takes patience and the ability to care about finishing the serial each day (which is why I chose this one - I'm going to choose a slightly slower one to do next).


 No.79485

>>79384

>the spoiler

link or you're memeing


 No.79486

>>79481

Spoilered that for you. Also that bitch isn't even lactating.

>>79482

Spoilered that for him.


 No.79487

THE VENGA BUS IS COMIN' AND EVERYBODY'S JUMPIN' NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO AN INTERSTATE FREE DISCO THE WHEELS OF STEEL ARE TURNIN' AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE BURNIN' SO IF YOU WANT TO PARTY GET ON AND MOVE YOUR BODY THE VENGA BUS IS COMIN' AND EVERYBODY'S JUMPIN' NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO AN INTERSTATE FREE DISCO THE WHEELS OF STEEL ARE TURNIN' AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE BURNIN' SO IF YOU WANT TO PARTY GET ON AND MOVE YOUR BODY THE VENGA BUS IS COMIN' AND EVERYBODY'S JUMPIN' NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO AN INTERSTATE FREE DISCO THE WHEELS OF STEEL ARE TURNIN' AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE BURNIN' SO IF YOU WANT TO PARTY GET ON AND MOVE YOUR BODY THE VENGA BUS IS COMIN' AND EVERYBODY'S JUMPIN' NEW YORK TO SAN FRANCISCO AN INTERSTATE FREE DISCO THE WHEELS OF STEEL ARE TURNIN' AND TRAFFIC LIGHTS ARE BURNIN' SO IF YOU WANT TO PARTY GET ON AND MOVE YOUR BODY


 No.79488

>>79487

Reminder it's not Venga boys without Roy.


 No.79489

>>79483

Whoever you are, you beat me to it.


 No.79490

>>79427

here you go neo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x0wc9fzO058&

was meaning to ask if you'd queue it before s1 in the stream


 No.79491

>tfw dreamt about barrowman's butt video


 No.79492

da da da dada da da da dada da da da dada da da da dada da da da dada da da da dada

(we post)

(we post t.nilso)

(we post)

(we post)

(we post t.nilso)


 No.79493

File: 473c56561db5a6b⋯.png (7.25 KB, 321x87, 107:29, t.PNG)

gay


 No.79494

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.


 No.79495

File: 2a57087feca851e⋯.png (90.69 KB, 1047x281, 1047:281, discord.png)


 No.79496

>>79493

t. Roglodyte


 No.79497

>>79348

My friend works at WETA


 No.79498

File: 3a96b6baa7508ff⋯.jpg (37.27 KB, 800x384, 25:12, Dkf9K8SXcAchTJ-.jpg)

I wish Moffat joined us on /who/


 No.79499

>>79498

>dr. who


 No.79500

>>79490

Thanks. I will.


 No.79501

Nilso, still around?


 No.79502

File: 946a9060a0cc828⋯.jpg (128.67 KB, 1280x719, 1280:719, big_1468097262_image.jpg)

>>79501

no, nilso still a square


 No.79503

>>79499

he's literally called Dr. Who though


 No.79504

>>79502

BZZT BZZT BZZT BZZT


 No.79505

>>79501

Fortunately, it seems he isn't.


 No.79506

File: 2a79f406e205128⋯.jpeg (35.82 KB, 519x307, 519:307, 1500273194123.jpeg)

>tfw you have a lecture and reading but all you want to do is GAME


 No.79507

>>79506

>playing games at all during semester

not gonna make it


 No.79508

>>79507

I get distinctions, high distinctions, AND epic 360 no scopes, sweetie


 No.79509

>>79508

>getting distinctions

like I said, not gonna make it


 No.79510

>>79509

if only I had nilso's work ethic and stretched out 2 page assignments to 12 pages of rambling for pity grades from the tutor


 No.79511

there is no high distinction between nilsos penis and his outer crotch. it's that small


 No.79512

>>79507

>>79509

What's your GPA, anti-gamer?


 No.79513

File: d6f9636504afd52⋯.jpg (106.34 KB, 768x1024, 3:4, DkY_HY0XoAEjGjM.jpg)


 No.79514

Jeremy Corbyn's gonna lay a concrete slab on Nilso's class traitor face.


 No.79515

File: 7a470de921785f3⋯.png (249.55 KB, 658x717, 658:717, nevfountain.png)

File: 70a2feab4627bae⋯.png (14.59 KB, 479x47, 479:47, nevfountain2.png)


 No.79516

File: f5f2c6a6fdcc985⋯.png (503.6 KB, 673x716, 673:716, peterharness.png)

File: 7de5ba996de874e⋯.png (15.6 KB, 473x45, 473:45, peterharness2.png)

I'd forgotten about Peter Harness's whacking great mustache.


 No.79517

File: 9e67be644c76b33⋯.png (290.75 KB, 662x726, 331:363, jennycolgan.png)

File: 92f80fcd6f93f2c⋯.png (21.25 KB, 616x63, 88:9, jennycolgan2.png)

>Ian Levine. Discuss.

<Brilliant.


 No.79518

File: d6ad12d8a2b29f8⋯.png (327.79 KB, 664x708, 166:177, benjamincook.png)

File: 55849bfbf412f52⋯.png (17.61 KB, 511x46, 511:46, benjamincook2.png)

<I deleted Billie Piper's number in case I felt the urge to drunk-text at four in the morning.


 No.79519

>>79518

>do you have all your doctor who dvds in transmission order on your shelf?

>no but it's okay if you do

who would ever not do this? if you're going to organise your shelf, what other way would you do it?


 No.79520

>>79518

>what's your desert island doctor who story?

>love and monsters

what did he mean by this?


 No.79521

>>79518

>episode 2 of the upcoming run

what year was this?


 No.79522

>>79521

if I had to guess that would be referring to S4


 No.79523

File: 69d73ce9aafbb10⋯.png (304.76 KB, 658x555, 658:555, davidjhowe.png)

File: eac5ca1e43cea5b⋯.png (39.94 KB, 641x119, 641:119, davidjhowe2.png)

<What I did, I did without choice, in the name of peace and sanity.


 No.79524

File: ec0fb9de6a7669e⋯.png (427.25 KB, 860x450, 86:45, ClipboardImage.png)

>I tried to talk. I want you to remember that. I tried to reach out. I tried to understand you, but I think that you understand us perfectly. And I think that you just don't care! And I don't know whether you're here to invade, infiltrate or just replace us. I don't suppose it really matters now. You are monsters! That is the role you seem determined to play, so it seems that I must play mine: the man that stops the monsters. I'm sending you back to your own country. Who knows? Some of you may even survive the trip. And if you do, remember this: You are not welcome here! This country is protected! I am the President, and I name you the Illegals! - President Donald J. Trump moments after being declared winner of the 2020 Presidential Election.


 No.79525

>>79524

I've thought about that speech before and how funny it is that it seems antithetical to the message of a lot of other episodes


 No.79526

>>79525

yeah it's hard to imagine someone like 11 taking a chance on them actually being evil and murdering them all instead of finding some cool solution to keep everyone happy.


 No.79527

>>79524

yeah, it might be a good thing that "mathieson for showrunner never panned out

unless moffat wrote that bit, which i would believe after TUAT

although it did seem sort of tacked on for the sake of naming the baddies (presumably) for the sake of merchandising, so maybe that has something to do with why it came out so xenophobic

>>79526

wait really? 11?


 No.79528

>>79527

I feel like with flatline, the episode was the doctor looking for an excuse to kill them towards the end rather than solely finding a solution, sort of a "make my day" kinda thing, i couldnt imagine anyone in nuwho other than 12 doing that.

as for the way it sounds, i think it was just a coincidence and not really indicative of anything, sort of like KTM.


 No.79529

https://twitter.com/edwardrussell/status/1028999806084149248

What did he mean by this? Seriously struggling to understand his reasoning here.


 No.79530

>>79525

>antithetical to the message of a lot of other episodes

Kinda like his anti-revolution speech in the Zygon two-parter.


 No.79531

>>79529

let's say that only gay people should be allowed to play gay characters

by proxy this also sets up the expectation that only straight people should play straight roles, which therefore locks out gay people from most of the roles that are available.

personally I think the notion that you have to fit into the same psychological category as the character in order to play the part is stupid. The whole point of acting is pretending to be something that you aren't. For visual things like race there's a case since there's a stigma around having make up to look like another race, but for sexuality it's ridiculous


 No.79532

>>79530

>However admirable Moffat’s disinterest in conventional “monsters” is, the basic decision to simultaneously push this story towards “Zygon ISIS” and “Bonnie is a misguided revolutionary who can be shown the light” leaves this story in an impossible muddle that nothing entirely satisfying can come out of. There are phenomenal Doctor Who stories to do about most of these elements (I’m not convinced an ISIS story in 2015 could possibly age well) but this isn’t any of them.

>What it is, though, is a phenomenal Doctor Who story that is vaguely around these things. That’s far from nothing; for all my reservations, only the fascist-baiting of The Witch’s Familiar comes close to it in political quality. But every era, good or bad, lays down challenges for the next era to try to meet. Maybe the Chibnall era won’t rise to them. Certainly I understand anyone who’s pessimistic on this point. But nevertheless, we see hear what the challenge is. Going forward, Doctor Who is going to need to ask more pointed political questions, and offer more substantive answers than “be nicer to each other.”

she's getting close to some sort of pill here

probably

i can't be bothered to keep track of all these pills


 No.79533

>>79531

>by proxy this also sets up the expectation that only straight people should play straight roles

No, because gay people are a minority.


 No.79534

>>79531

>by proxy this also sets up the expectation that only straight people should play straight roles

no it doesn't, that's a really unnatural assumption to make


 No.79535

>>79534

>>79533

it's wrong to have a double standard. Giving extra privileges to minorities is not equality. Holding everyone to the same rules is equality. That's his point.


 No.79536

>>79531

it depends, if you're writing a character to be a representation of a minority (like a gay protag) they should be played by someone from that group IMO, but if a character may be straight or may be gay, then let whoever take the role.


 No.79537

>>79535

cletus cuck


 No.79538

>>79537

Are you calling edward russel a cletus? Because I'm just rewording his argument


 No.79539

>>79538

I guess I am yeah


 No.79540

>>79535

>it's wrong to have a double standard

it's not a double standard, you dumb het. they're completely incomparable situations

>Holding everyone to the same rules is equality

no it's not. rules that acknowledge the disparity between different demographics and tries its best to counteract that and give everybody equal opportunities is equality


 No.79541

>>79540

What, in your mind, is the correct distribution of homosexuals playing heterosexual/undisclosed characters in order to achieve equality?


 No.79542

skellys here


 No.79543

>>79541

What the fuck are you even saying? Gay people playing straight characters isn't a problem. It's a non-issue you and Edward Russell have invented out of nothing.


 No.79544

at the VERY core of the argument

Gay people would prefer actual gay people represent them in media

Straight people do not care who represents them in media.

it's not hard


 No.79545

>>79543

>Gay people playing straight characters isn't a problem

I never said it was. if you actually read my post properly you would have seen that I said the entire concept of policing who gets to play what is stupid.


 No.79546

>>79519

Alphabetical


 No.79547

>>79545

I have read your posts. It's you who seems to struggle with reading, het. If kinda of all people can easily grasp the situation, you're not doing great.

>gay characters should be played by gay people

= more jobs for gay actors, better and more accurate characters, doesn't negatively affect straight actors whatsoever

>straight characters should be played by straight "people"

= limits jobs for gay actors so severely that a career becomes practically impossible, doesn't change straight actors lives in any meaningful way


 No.79548

File: b86b0526d03ef0e⋯.png (91.81 KB, 658x562, 329:281, jonathanmorris.png)

File: f996a8747036eb9⋯.png (19.54 KB, 603x59, 603:59, jonathanmorris2.png)

File: 39f05fa7734ea07⋯.png (213.58 KB, 649x345, 649:345, jonathanmorris3.png)

>The Alan Moore fan in the attic will adore this episode. It's all about how, like, society makes us conform, aaaah, and how we are indoctrinated by the system, aaaah, and how the film of The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen was a pale imitation of the original comic strip. Except, of course, what the Alan Moore fan in the attic doesn't realise is that by wearing black, smoking roll-ups and listening to The Sisters Of Mercy is that he or she is, in fact, adhering to a stereotype and is therefore far more of a conformist than those poor souls who have jobs, mortgages and the latest very good CD release by Dido.

>What the Alan Moore fan in the attic doesn't appreciate is that it's really rather easy to write ambiguous stories that are left open for the reader to interpret. All you have to do is not bother about making sense. What is difficult is writing stuff that does make sense, where it all fits together. That's proper writing.

>As a result of the popularisation of LSD-induced cod-self-psychoanalysis, artists began to celebrate the 'random' - rather than being straights and logical, let's be hippy and be intuitive. The idea being that chance determination would give free rein to the expression of subconscious ideals, and thus reveal a deeper truth. The first thought that popped into your head became the best one by dint of being first. Work would no longer be revised, or have its meaning worked out consciously - rather, it would be left in its spontaneous form, and the listener or observer would be left to make the connections.

>This is what I think of as being the 'hey, it can mean whatever you want it to mean' philosophy. A philosophy of which many attic-dwelling Alan Moore devotees are great followers. A philosophy, I believe, borne out of artistic cowardice, arrogance and incompetence. A cop-out, lazy, any-old-bollocks-will-do philosophy.

>You see, there are two types of people in the world. There are those who, when presented with something they don't understand, go, 'well, I wish they'd explained that better'. And there are those who, when presented with something they don't understand, go, 'oh, I wish I was cleverer, then I might have understood that.'

>Two types of people. The ones who think the fault lies with the material, and the ones who think the fault lies with themselves.

>I place myself in the first camp. If I don't understand something, I want it explained again, properly. In simple terms.

>However, up in the attic poring over Halo Jones is someone who doesn't think that way. They think that if something is confusing and ambiguous that it is not a sign of incompetence, but a sign of genius. They think it means the author is cleverer than them.

>Weirdness doesn't go anywhere. It couldn't-weirdness never does. It simply accumulates.


 No.79549

>>79547

>gay characters should be played by gay people

I do not object to this but do not think it should be enforced as a rule. Straight people playing gay roles does not exclude gay people from playing straight roles. The notion that enforcing a "gays only" rule on gay roles will create more jobs for gay actors is a fallacy.

>straight characters should be played by straight "people"

I do not agree with this


 No.79550

File: 0acb1697e346698⋯.png (206.52 KB, 660x715, 12:13, nicholaspegg.png)

File: 674d812ef837e0c⋯.png (19.37 KB, 613x54, 613:54, nicholaspegg2.png)

File: cb029d527a38050⋯.png (34.91 KB, 621x94, 621:94, nicholaspegg3.png)


 No.79551

Talking to hets is exhausting. I don't know how you all do it


 No.79552

>gallifreybase gets mentioned in new DWM special

>no /who/ anywhere to be seen


 No.79553

File: f44848f11c52bf6⋯.png (674.94 KB, 651x614, 651:614, cavanscottmarkwright.png)

File: afdcf6088d02c0e⋯.png (26.07 KB, 613x82, 613:82, cavanscottmarkwright2.png)

File: fc001ee3b0ae2d1⋯.png (46.59 KB, 630x172, 315:86, cavanscottmarkwright3.png)


 No.79554

>>79552

Is DWM out yet?


 No.79555

File: 3300823057848d4⋯.jpg (630.99 KB, 1756x2483, 1756:2483, Frank_Offerino.jpg)

>>79552

it's probably for the best

besides, we've already been there


 No.79556

>>79554

Its the special about the history of the fandom. They had a big section about websites


 No.79557

>>79555

I just want to see someone explain /who/ to outsiders


 No.79558

https://twitter.com/christeldee/status/1029108635757158402

What do the gaychads of /who/ think of Christel?


 No.79559

>>79558

BACK ONCE AGAIN ITS THE RENEGADE MASTER


 No.79560

>>79558

she seems like she'd be an alright friend desu


 No.79561

>>79558

Better than Claudia


 No.79562

File: 7f148927f8d66e2⋯.gif (2.45 MB, 478x202, 239:101, boardies.gif)

>>79557

it would be funny, yes, but that's how you get boardies

it has to be something that's worth it


 No.79563

Dailymotion embed. Click thumbnail to play.

DWE?


 No.79564

File: 553cc9972b4dccc⋯.png (725.04 KB, 668x477, 668:477, 1378843299790.png)

>>79563

embedding the video ate my picture


 No.79565

nilso thinks women pee out of their clitoris


 No.79566

>>79565

>nilso thinks

nice one


 No.79567

>>79565

As opposed too…?


 No.79568


 No.79569

>>79567

The urethra, you imbecile.


 No.79570

>>79567

think monkey, think


 No.79571

>>79569

Not sure what you're talking about, but a woman's urethra is inside her clitoris, chap.


 No.79572

>>79571

not only have you never touched a woman, you don't even know how they work. unbelieveable


 No.79573

nilso thinks you put the penis in the woman's urethra


 No.79574

>>79572

I'm immensely interested in your understanding of female anatomy, anon. Do you think woman have three breasts too?


 No.79575

>>79574

…Nilso, the clitoris and the urethra are different places on the woman. They're not meming this time.


 No.79576

>>79574

They only have 2 dimwit. But they have 3 nipples


 No.79577

>>79573

The urethra and the clitoris are one and the same, just like a man's penis. Not a hard concept to grasp.


 No.79578

>>79575

I don't think they're memeing, I'll give them more credit than that. They've just watched too much pornography and now they don't understand basic female anatomy.


 No.79579

every time i think nilso couldn't be any more pathetic he surprises me


 No.79580

>>79578

Um, Nilso.

1) Look up "are urethra and clitoris the same" in google.

2) Feel free to review "Perfect Authentic Cadence" and "Drawn On A Supernova"


 No.79581

I really wish you would all stop replying to nilso. He'll never leave if we keep (you)ing him.


 No.79582

>>79579

Not pathetic at all, babe. Seems I'm just more experienced with the fairer sex than you lot.


 No.79583

>>79580

Nice try Immigrant. I won't let /who/ bait me into googling something absurd and obviously untrue.


 No.79584

>>79563

>>79564

>nobody wants to acknowledge the fact that tom baker and nicholas courtney gave each other gobbies

cowards


 No.79585

>>79527

I don't know where the Mathieson for showrunner idea even came from; it's not like Chibnall/Cross/Whithouse/Harness etc where they've actually ran shows before, the guy's just a writer. The BBC doesn't let people who haven't written TV before write DW, no way they'd let someone who hasn't showran anything showrun it. RTD/Moff/Chib all showran more than 3 shows prior to Who.

>>79532

Amusingly Sandifer's take was very lib compared to Jack's. Although I think Jack completely ignores the significance of Bonnie's retained authority at the end, which is really interesting.


 No.79586

File: 2a79f406e205128⋯.jpeg (35.82 KB, 519x307, 519:307, 1500273194123.jpeg)

>>79585

>tfw you'll never showrun enough shows to be considered as an option for doctor who


 No.79587

Let's Kill Mathieson


 No.79588

Let's Revive Nilso


 No.79589

>>79490

Am I addressing the cunt?


 No.79590

>>79585

>I don't know where the Mathieson for showrunner idea even came from

It came from a lot of people like Jamie Mathieson's Who episodes, as "solid proper Who". I imagine that Mathieson's Who might be a lot more traditionalish Who than people expect.


 No.79591

>>79497

Oh, really? Do you know anything about their work on Thunderbirds Are Go? The modelwork for that was pretty neat but not a patch on the original.


 No.79592

i've just woken up btw the guy posting w/ the nilso flag wasn't me - good improv but not me


 No.79593

>>79592

Hello, Nilso. Have you looked at "Perfect Authentic Cadence" and "Drawn On A Supernova" yet?


 No.79594

western sydney bestern sydney


 No.79595

>>79593

Not yet, Immigrant. Give me 20 minutes to sort myself out and I'll give them a look and a response.


 No.79596

oops left my nilso flag on


 No.79597

https://doctorwhogeneral.wikia.com/wiki/Steven_Moffat

>Official Steven Moffat Episode Power Rankings

>Twice Upon A Time

>DIAMOND AGE

>Greatest Exit the Capaldick could have.


 No.79598

>>79591

>>79592

>>79595

left my nilso flag on for these posts too, they aren't the real nilso

sorry guys


 No.79599


 No.79600

>>79597

okay, this is blackpilled as fuck


 No.79601

>>79588

Why would we do that?


 No.79602

Nilso's future is a fucking nightmare. And that makes me so so happy.


 No.79603

File: 8e403a6de0a03ce⋯.jpg (96.67 KB, 600x600, 1:1, Cold_Fusion_(audio_story).jpg)

Cloister can confirm which posts are mine and which are not, so i'm not too bothered about people posting w/ the flag.

Has anyone heard the Novel Adaption for Cold Fusion? If not, would anyone like to give it a go either today or sometime this week? Only problem is that it's almost 3 and a half hours long so it's gonna be a long-term commitment to listen to. If no one's interested I'll listen to it later today.


 No.79604

nilsos future is an infinitely tall pile of concrete slabs, and an infinitely long path on which they must be laid. have fun nilso


 No.79605

>>79592

nobody cares


 No.79606

>>79603

>Cloister can confirm which posts are mine and which are not, so i'm not too bothered about people posting w/ the flag.

Maybe what you need to do is get a trip.


 No.79607

>>79606

Don't encourage him


 No.79608

Every time Nilso posts something he should tweet a link to the post so we know it's really him.


 No.79609

>>79607

Trips can be filtered.


 No.79610

>>79604

>>79605

>>79606

>>79607

Tell me what your fucking problem is with me already


 No.79611

>>79610

only two of those posts are me


 No.79612

>>79611

doesn't matter, answer my question


 No.79613

>>79611

I'm not the nilso hater. I just dont want more trips


 No.79614

File: b54156e42235c1e⋯.png (24.68 KB, 784x112, 7:1, B54156e42235c1e0812f40fe73….png)


 No.79615

>>79614

I fucking hate this image. Just stop.


 No.79616

>>79613

Well you're gonna be fine then because I'm not going to do that.


 No.79617


 No.79618

>>79615

>>79614

still waiting for a response already, just do it anon


 No.79619

>>79613

Go on then. Prove you aren't the "anon" with a grudge against me. Identify yourself right now.


 No.79620

>>79619

the real nilso wouldn't need proof because he can check IDs


 No.79621

>>79619

Nilso can see post ids


 No.79622

>>79621

>>79620

I'm asking that he identify himself as a streamchad. I've already checked his ID.


 No.79623

>>79620

>>79621

Which, for the record, I haven't done in this situation


 No.79624

>>79617

Sorry chap, but >>79616 isn't me. >>79619 is though.


 No.79625

>>79623

Stop impersonating me.


 No.79626

nilk


 No.79627

>>79618

Love to chat babe, but I have a couple thousand slabs to lay.


 No.79628

File: cd7e3299dfe7b03⋯.jpg (41.62 KB, 807x659, 807:659, 1483067010033.jpg)


 No.79629

even if nilso didn't have a shit personality, he'd still be annoying because his mere presence always derails threads


 No.79630

>>79629

Won't see anymore of me then for today, anon.


 No.79631

>>79630

I don't recall asking but okay


 No.79632

>>79630

That's a start, but I'd like to see you leave forever if possible.


 No.79633

>>79630

But I still want reviews! Ignore the haters.


 No.79634

>>79632

Oh believe me, it's possible. I hate you all.


 No.79635

>>79633

Bit hard to ignore when they post incessantly. I'll pop by the stream later and I'll give them to you there.


 No.79636

>>79635

>they

The first instance of Nilso admitting that he has a multitude of "haters"?


 No.79637

>>79635

Why even come here at all? Just stick to the stream and wherever else people pretend to like you.


 No.79638

File: 8ba659e2ed55487⋯.jpg (328.61 KB, 960x540, 16:9, 5foff.jpg)

>>79632

for god's sake, find something better to do


 No.79639

>>79638

t. nilso


 No.79640

>>79638

When will you find something better to do than lay slabs and cry about Muslims?


 No.79641

how much of the nilso hate do you think is genuine instead of ironic shitposting?


 No.79642

Nilso is a stone shooting minigun in the thinnest, most fragile glass house I've ever seen.


 No.79643

File: 735315fd8e40c13⋯.jpg (2.9 MB, 1941x2391, 647:797, 1520499337783.jpg)


 No.79644


 No.79645

anti-nilso anon is boring


 No.79646

>>79644

Please stop bullying Nilso. It's getting tiring desu.


 No.79647

>>79645

Boring into Nilso's brain with my shitposts maybe.


 No.79648

File: d0bda7f7017d3b2⋯.png (48.79 KB, 1558x148, 779:74, arrested development s5 th….png)

DWE?


 No.79649

File: 034a61493eb5619⋯.png (193.65 KB, 656x808, 82:101, 1532497537660.png)

This is a no bully zone


 No.79650

Nilso is a nice bloke, I reckon


 No.79651

>>79645

>anti-nilso anon

65%


 No.79652

>>79651

I voted no even though I would genuinely say yes. Life is simply unfair


 No.79653

File: 5cadcb39976244c⋯.png (385.32 KB, 2400x1357, 2400:1357, Snail copy.png)


 No.79654

999 = Blink

VLR = Heaven Sent

ZTD = Hell Bent


 No.79655

>>79654

1. character in the past is helped by a person in the future

2. a loop that keeps getting more efficient and faster until the main character is able to break free

3. a story fans had been waiting for for years that failed to live up to many of their expectations


 No.79656

>>79655

>a story fans had been waiting for for years that failed to live up to many of their expectations

This is only true for Hell Bent if you're a Redditeur who pines for trad Briggsian fanwank.


 No.79657

>>79656

That’s not what I think but it’s what a lot of fans think. I also enjoyed ZTD


 No.79658

>>79656

No mostly it's true for new series fans who had never seen a Gallifrey episode before and had 10+ years of it being referenced.


 No.79659

>>79655

I should add that 3 is a direct sequel to 2


 No.79660

the war games is the only good classic story set on gallifrey. in Hell Bent, moff was right to sideline the stuffy old men in hats for genuine characterkino


 No.79661

i should add that only the last two episodes or so of The War Games actually feature scenes on gallifrey. the less of it we see, the better


 No.79662

>>79661

t. Loz


 No.79663

>>79654

>ZTD = Hell Bent

fuck that's a hard pill to swallow

I prefer 999 to VLR because it was a better executed self contained story, and I was more emotionally invested in it. Part of it's subjective because of the whole concept of how it dealt with branching paths was new to me, and having to manually restart the game every time and discover the right way to do it made me much more invested in the progression of the story. VLR showing the timeline and letting you jump to any pre-experienced point makes everything much more structured which helps with gameplay, but also eliminates some of the mistique

ZTD had me until it introduced aliens into a series that was strictly world-bound until then. Ironically that escape room was my favourite in the game because of how code and math based it was, reminded me the most of the clever math things in 999. I actually liked the idea of fragmented narrative and piecing together the different timelines but ultimately it didn't land as well as the first two.

I'm interested to see what uchi's next game ends up being


 No.79664

>>79662

reminder that larry wanted to write a heist novel with 3 infiltrating the matrix


 No.79665

File: ce616172eae69a6⋯.jpg (39.21 KB, 791x698, 791:698, sesska spin.jpg)

>yfw tenmyouji was junpei all along


 No.79666

one gallifrey story i would like to see though is the doctor starting a revolution on gallifrey. not a military coup a la Hell Bent, a proper people's revolution. that'd allow for a change in the way gallifrey is depicted that could make it more interesting


 No.79667

>>79665

I thought he was Santa until they said who he was


 No.79668

talalay's directing an ep of marvel netflix capeshit


 No.79669

>>79666

I'd like to see literally any other part of Gallifrey. Surely the population isn't entirely centered around one city. I want to see the Doctor visit a continent on the other side of the planet, interact with the villager-Gallifreyans there.

There's astonishingly very little worldbuilding, considering how old the show is.


 No.79670

>>79663

VLR completely won me over when I allied Alice and then went back to betray her. The betray and ally system was already really interesting to me but that was one of the first things I did and was very impressed . I also felt like the science monologues were more engaging in VLR but that is most likely because I played the Steam 999 and didn’t have two screens to understand the computer shit properly

Didn’t Uchi ditch his original story and Kyle for ZTD and outsource two thirds of the game to other writers? That could be where that part you dislike came from. He better release the original story eventually


 No.79671


 No.79672

File: 7834ec3dc164589⋯.jpg (Spoiler Image, 147.85 KB, 480x640, 3:4, dsc02281.jpg)

>>79670

>I played the Steam 999

oh god I'm so sorry

I firmly believe you have to play 999 on the DS to experience the story properly (ideally a physical one because the ending involves turning the console upside down when the perspective changes to young akane and it's a huge 'holy fuck' moment).

The PC port is casualized. And don't get me wrong I love VLR as well, but it's fundamentally dependent on a sequel to complete the story and ZTD kind of goes off into its own thing rather than being what the previous game built it up to be. That's why I ultimately prefer 999, since it doesn't have that baggage and works as a standalone story.

And you're right, uchi has said that he ditched his original plans for the third game because he got bored with it after thinking about it for years. That's likely why there's so many things in the Q&As he did that say "this will be answered in the third game, I hope you look forward to it" but actually aren't in the third game at all. I played the ZE games during the hiatus on my 3DS, so I'm one of the people who did actually wait a long time for the sequel to even be announced.

I played ZTD on the 3DS because the dual screen setup is comfy as fuck for doing the escape rooms, but the 3DS version of the game literally doesn't use the touch screen at all and doesn't even work with 3D functionality of the top screen. The game was designed for PC and the 3DS version is just a low resolution port, so that didn't help


 No.79673

on days like these it's easy to remember that /doctorwho/ is a 4chan offshoot


 No.79675

File: c088693ea63e353⋯.png (738.64 KB, 1070x1075, 214:215, 1469645641658.png)

I'm trying to think of doctor who episodes that match the danganronpa series but I just can't do it

nothing in doctor who matches that style of calculated insanity


 No.79676

>>79603

It's very well done, I enjoyed it.

I'd love to see /who/ react to a certain line.


 No.79677

>>79676

We already know about it.


 No.79678

>>79548

which episode was he talking about?


 No.79679

File: aa39c58f91050dd⋯.jpeg (221.41 KB, 750x918, 125:153, 77F3F8BE-0602-4595-B66E-D….jpeg)


 No.79680

>>79527

You wouldn't want Matheison for showrunner based on that speech alone? When his grasp of the Doctor's characterisation is so great in all of his others? And he's one of the few writers in NuWho who has written multiple episodes and NEVER fucked one up?


 No.79681

>>79680

You could have said this about Moff before he took control


 No.79682

they should just melt some old figures and rerelease them as the boneleess


 No.79683

nilsos collecting 8 red coins


 No.79684

>>79679

What were you searching for when you found that ?

>>79681

And he was the best showrunner


 No.79685

>>79684

Out of 2, yes, but he fucked up a couple of times


 No.79686

File: 6c2445308cd95c5⋯.jpg (39.15 KB, 480x360, 4:3, hqdefault.jpg)

/who/ should do a SM64 multiplayer server some time


 No.79687

>>79686

skelly


 No.79688

>>79641

There's two principle IDs. Once seems to have a genuine dislike, the other given their er history I legitimately haven't a fucking clue as of right now. I'd really like to think they're just taking the piss and being harmless with their ironic shitposting, but they're kinda toeing that line and at the verge of getting spanked for it. If they're reading I'd like to let them know that it will hurt me way more than it will hurt them if it comes to that.


 No.79689

>>79686

We only play dw games


 No.79690

nilsos performing an IRL BLJ


 No.79691

>>79688

I like Nilso unironically


 No.79692

>>79648

I honestly might drop the show unless it was done ridiculously well. So much of it is built off the emotional bedrock of her death.

>>79666

Agreed.


 No.79693

File: 5d82dd8c4234ff3⋯.jpg (263.64 KB, 987x686, 141:98, 04Tuesday-August14.jpg)

2 and a half hours? or 3 and a half, depending on when Storm can make it.


 No.79694

File: 680d4fad65f0aff⋯.png (167.47 KB, 2036x744, 509:186, Screen Shot 2018-08-14 at ….png)

reminder


 No.79695

Which Nilso are you quiz when?


 No.79696

>>79694

It's quite a polite/medical term though.


 No.79697


 No.79698

>>79697

I don't watch SJA sesska


 No.79699

File: d73666d64cda796⋯.png (318.04 KB, 400x400, 1:1, dis1520033481325.png)


 No.79700


 No.79701


 No.79702

I bet Sesska's going to love Ryan.


 No.79703

>>79700

aka the Sneed Movie


 No.79704

The makers of Dr. Who should do a spin off season featuring Paul McGann's Dr.!


 No.79705

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

>>79703

Sneed. Feed, and seed.

CHUCK. FUCK AND SUCK.


 No.79706

File: f0c28109eb52e73⋯.png (2.06 MB, 1280x720, 16:9, SUCKS.png)

I THINK SNEED SUCKS


 No.79707

File: 08bd80663641b7e⋯.gif (1.42 MB, 500x375, 4:3, C__Data_Users_DefApps_AppD….gif)


 No.79708

File: 473e1f28e14237f⋯.png (605.36 KB, 747x706, 747:706, 1514509098889.png)


 No.79709

sloaths not here


 No.79710

>>79693

2 and a half sounds good


 No.79711

>>79709

incorrect again


 No.79712

>>79710

t. sloath


 No.79713

>>79710

Do you mean 2 and a half from now, since i made that psot a while ago?


 No.79714

>>79713

2 and a half from the post


 No.79715

judy's trapped in gay baby jail


 No.79716

File: d861d2bcfaff9c2⋯.jpg (29.64 KB, 720x405, 16:9, g1518741567603.jpg)


 No.79717

anyone here /prawntoast/?


 No.79718

>>79714

What's that from now


 No.79719

>>79718

an hour and forty minutes


 No.79720

File: 947c74a13163661⋯.jpg (151.91 KB, 760x997, 760:997, Colombia_Sloth-0001.jpg)

>>79719

Thank you sloath.


 No.79721

File: aaf26e908ad9ddd⋯.jpg (68.16 KB, 500x375, 4:3, cat1516155982557.jpg)


 No.79722

Imagine an episode called "Let's Kill Hitler" being aired today.


 No.79723

Clyde is such a GOAT character.


 No.79724

File: 23d617c875ab6fa⋯.jpg (41.26 KB, 649x598, 649:598, h2c4.jpg)


 No.79725

>>79722

wew there would be so much backlash from people offended by the title assuming that it's virtue signalling, followed by people upset that it treated hitler as comic relief rather than a horrible monster


 No.79726

>>79725

I think it's telling Churchill got a glorious portrayal while Hitler was mocked. So much for objectivity…


 No.79727

skellys here


 No.79728

File: 9740d3eed4dee93⋯.png (720.93 KB, 728x682, 364:341, hmmm.png)


 No.79729

File: e3f27945a4c1819⋯.jpg (143.55 KB, 738x414, 41:23, 1534216003758.jpg)

>I THINK NEWWHO SUCKS!


 No.79730

>>79688

You’re not talking about me, right?


 No.79731

>>79730

I don't think so? Am I? Happy 16th post btw


 No.79732

File: 421aff380382c67⋯.jpg (239.05 KB, 1300x956, 325:239, a-display-of-monster-energ….jpg)

Now Kath and Kim…there was a show…


 No.79733

look at moi


 No.79734

>>79732

so many flavours


 No.79735

File: 549e5489fc9cee9⋯.png (328.61 KB, 621x479, 621:479, ClipboardImage.png)

NOT HAPPY JAN(NY)!


 No.79736

Has anyone heard Hour of the Cybermen yet?


 No.79737

kath and kim stream when?


 No.79738

>>79736

Yes.

It's a pretty nice story, it feels very 80s but it's done well.

Solid 6,5-7/10, nothing amazing but pretty solid. It's not from an era that is nostalgia-milked too often, so there's that.


 No.79739

>>79738

I heard that there's a good plot twist in it. Would you say that it was well done or did you not enjoy it?


 No.79740


 No.79741

>>79740

Oh no no no no


 No.79742

I thought it was well done.


 No.79743

>>79742

This is for >>79739


 No.79744

>>79741

_ Orford


 No.79745

>>79742

Oh, good. Might give it a listen.


 No.79746

>>79740

Wow. That's something. I'm thinking he looks like a love child between Carl of ATHF and Pickles from metalocalypse from the front. He's always been cartoony to me desu.


 No.79747

File: f96373bc359559c⋯.gif (4.19 MB, 480x204, 40:17, giphy.gif)


 No.79748

>>79747

What the fuck?


 No.79749

What made Moffat think "Let's Kill Hitler" was okay?


 No.79750

>>79747

Do Americans really do this?


 No.79751

Let's Kill Churchill


 No.79752

>>79749

He was being an absolute honest slut, like Sarah Jane. There's nothing wrong with that.


 No.79753

If Moffat had written "Let's Kill Obama", what do you think the reaction would have been?


 No.79754

>>79752

"He was being an absolute honest slut, like Sarah Jane"

That's a new one to me


 No.79755

>>79753

Probably annoyance from RTDfags who'd seen it done before.


 No.79756

>>79753

RTD violated the sanctity of Obama's mind and body. No one batted a lash.

>>79754

It's from Managra. We read it for book club some time back. Lord Byron(I think) congratulates the doctor on her calling her an honest slut. She was wearing a bikini iirc.


 No.79757

What if S11 ep5 is "Let's Kill MLK"?


 No.79758

File: ba4cf4839ad67a3⋯.jpg (31.84 KB, 706x706, 1:1, 1495066264815.jpg)


 No.79759

Let's Kill Neo


 No.79760

>>79757

Wasn't there an Xfiles like that?


 No.79761

File: 58d5202626689df⋯.png (215.75 KB, 1200x675, 16:9, DToLhYUU8AA6SrI.png)


 No.79762

>>79759

With love and cuddles?


 No.79763

File: 5d82dd8c4234ff3⋯.jpg (263.64 KB, 987x686, 141:98, 04Tuesday-August14.jpg)

When TOS arrives we can start Torchwood


 No.79764

File: 1e970142f3651c5⋯.jpg (16.27 KB, 462x318, 77:53, 39099556_2155398064735005_….jpg)

DWE


 No.79765


 No.79766

Let's Kill President Trump


 No.79767

>>79764

There's a ST equivalent that immediately comes to mind. The kobayashi maru, DWE…doctor falls maybe?


 No.79768

>>79766

That's really kind of fucked up. He is the President.


 No.79769

Let's Kill the Moon


 No.79770

File: d4b002be0a9fc4c⋯.png (49.8 KB, 230x300, 23:30, 1505593843071.png)

Nonfatal Car Crash Kills Two


 No.79771

>>79766

>>79768

And kind of dumb. It's like asking for a droning.


 No.79772

Let's Kill President ___


 No.79773

_


 No.79774


 No.79775

N*lso


 No.79776

Let's Kill Kino (t. Chibnall, ft. Jodie)


 No.79777

_s gay


 No.79778

N*lsos censored


 No.79779

Two weeks after the election was stolen from president Hillary Clinton, I managed to get out of bed.


 No.79780

>>79779

I have the new episode uploaded for streaming.


 No.79781

>>79780

are you able to do it tomorrow?


 No.79782

>>79781

I can do it whenever, and more than once.


 No.79783

_ wont like this


 No.79784

>>79782

lets do it now, i gotta go to bed soon


 No.79785

>>79784

unless you were doing TW now, then dw


 No.79786

_id


 No.79787

niIsos gay


 No.79788

_ niIso n!lso NlLSO


 No.79789

File: b4413f7228ef641⋯.jpg (51.54 KB, 875x659, 875:659, B5DAEN5VZM2BFJOCMTXFX53OMI.jpg)

I suppose one last flight won't kill anyone. Well, except for me.


 No.79790

>>79789

Fly high, Sky King.


 No.79791

Imagine being so verged by people using YOUR OWN name that you censor it so nobody else can use it


 No.79792

>>79791

I ain't done shit


 No.79793

testing

_

_

_s

_s

_

_S


 No.79794

What the fuck?


 No.79795

>>79791

That was me.


 No.79796

_


 No.79797

>>79795

Did you ask the person whose name you censored if they were okay with it?


 No.79798

>>79797

No. I don't really care. It's censored until I can sort something or someone out.


 No.79799

_


 No.79800

t. _


 No.79801

NiIso.


 No.79802

ñÎŁşŏ


 No.79803

>>79801

howd u do it


 No.79804

t. NiIso


 No.79805

>>79803

I don't know.


 No.79806

>>79799

which emoji represents _ the most?


 No.79807

NiIso.


 No.79808

NiIso


 No.79809

File: 6c348d4f5271ab0⋯.png (630.72 KB, 970x545, 194:109, ClipboardImage.png)


 No.79810

I can't wait till Doctor Who is back on so we can have /who/ threads on /tv/ for a while. Can't even say simple words like Dildo


 No.79811

ƤƦȺɨʂɘ ƝĮƚƧʘ


 No.79812

>>79810

This comparison is quite apt right now >>79809


 No.79813

>>79810

on /tv/ they replace soy for onions

and CUCK for KEK


 No.79814

>>79813

At least we can mention our favourite vicar whenever we want.


 No.79815

_.


 No.79816

Dildo


 No.79817

NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIILSO


 No.79818

>>79810

You can have them on /tv/ right now. The last few doctor who threads have fallen off the board due to inactivity.


 No.79819

___s


 No.79820

N1l50


 No.79821

File: 47031209925de6a⋯.png (10.72 MB, 4000x2000, 2:1, hoopla.png)

This one's much better than the original version.


 No.79822

>>79818

Yes because /who/ isn't going there. It's mostly just boardies who don't have a clue who NiӀsӧ is.


 No.79823

Нилсо


 No.79824

>>79821

Hey, who made this?


 No.79825

₦↑ℓ₷Ω


 No.79826

>>79824

I did yesterday. The one on the right is the finished version.


 No.79827

>>79826

But who are you?


 No.79828

File: fe89db076a732e4⋯.jpg (53.61 KB, 698x394, 349:197, 11GI_staredown.jpg)

>>79826

What is your name?


 No.79829


 No.79830

>>79829

There isn't anyone who goes by the name "_" on /who/. Please tell the truth.


 No.79831


 No.79832

Cloi, you could've at least changed the filter to something funny like "[REDACTED]".


 No.79833

>>79822

There's nothing stopping /who/ from going there and educating them or even having a topical thread.


 No.79834

Where's my ni[REDACTED]er the War Doctor?


 No.79835

t. ___sо


 No.79836

SCP-_

Object class: Keter

_


 No.79837

Dildo


 No.79838

N*ls*0


 No.79839

_

_

_s

_s

_id

_ids

t. _


 No.79840

>>79832

t. N*ls*0


 No.79841

File: cc3a848089e96cc⋯.jpg (43.68 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, maxresdefault.jpg)

>>79833

You're saying we should go there and educate them about NiIsο?


 No.79842

>>79841

Missionaries.


 No.79843

N*lsionaries.


 No.79844

Dildo


 No.79845


 No.79846

NiƖso


 No.79847

N⛪LSO


 No.79848

>>79832

I'll take it under advisement. It's like i said only until i can sort something or someone out. What I'd really like to know is why this behavior was inexcusable with Lym, but it's ok in this instance? I did the same with Lym and didn't get any pushback for it. No one has ever given me a reason for it. If there's shit in the stream why isn't TOS handling it? Why if he's not isn't the direction of the bitching here about that? I'd really like some insight and would like some illumination on the subject.

>>79841

desu I wouldn't mind the _ posters being someone else's problem right now


 No.79849

>>79848

The NiӀsο posters weren't really a problem until you censored his name. I've literally only posted about _ twice in the past year, before today of course.


 No.79850

>>79849

I'm fan of _ posting, especially the "shipname" ones. A couple of people are really rather malicious however and I want to know why because 1 really should fucking know better and I'd think would be a little more forgiving considering their own /who/ transgressions.


 No.79851

File: 10b4df158d0cd3a⋯.jpg (16.25 KB, 750x359, 750:359, predator-you-son-of-a-bitc….jpg)

>vagueposting


 No.79852

>>79850

What did the guys you're talking about do? Was it personal attacks/leaking of private information? And did our man ask you to take action?


 No.79853

>>79851

Oh, I'm very tempted, but _ would prefer not to see them ostracized for it.

>>79852

Personal attacks, ongoing for a very long time. I've talked to our man about it, but not before my first post on the subject. >>79688


 No.79854

>>79853

When you say personal attacks, are you referring to posts on /who/, or something offsite?


 No.79855

>>79854

Both presumably. I've been told that they've discussed it mutually and came to a friendly end, but it continued. I don't know if you were meming or not but you said once you used to get some weird CCs regarding _


 No.79856

>>79855

The weird CCs I got regarding N*ls0 weren't frequent desu; back in the day I'd get a few sexual fantasies CCd to me that basically just swapped out various /who/ personalities for people engaged in sexual activities with me. I got much more pairing me with someone else but they tapered off eventually.


 No.79857

>>79856

Fair enough.


 No.79858

For the record, sexualfantasyCCpmanon, your fantasies didn't bother me (if they were public instead of privately messaged to me I'd imagine they'd bother the other parties though), my prevailing reaction was bemusement that you kept sending them for so long when I basically never replied to them.


 No.79859

>>79764

That time Chibnall ruined Pip and Jane Baker’s careers on live tv


 No.79860


 No.79861

File: 892a02e0327729e⋯.jpg (166.86 KB, 1125x1092, 375:364, DkkHmIYW4AENw3V.jpg)

The cover of this audio confuses me somewhat because they moved the "A Full Cast Audio with X, Y and Z" to the top of the page where it'll blend with the cream of McCoy's hat. It would have been better served by being at the bottom underneath "By Una McCormackwhere the colours provide a good dark background for the white text.


 No.79862

File: 4d5750e66529ede⋯.jpg (230.21 KB, 736x947, 736:947, IMG_0907.JPG)

dwe


 No.79863

>>79861

The true chad move would be putting the text behind the hat.


 No.79864

Are the naughty n posters people we'd know and recognize


 No.79865

>>79864

No comment.


 No.79866

>>79865

So they are?


 No.79867

File: a4781bd8910e41d⋯.gif (1.24 MB, 480x274, 240:137, giphy (1).gif)

>>79864

>naughty n poster


 No.79868

>>79866

Well I know who it is. I thought enough to speak well of them, defend,and respected them enough to be frank with them when they've gone over the top. I'm really quite cross with them at the moment.


 No.79869

>>79868

If its me feel free to DM me on twitter but I dont think I've been a boldy


 No.79870

File: ff4cd6bb7b794da⋯.jpg (123.77 KB, 1600x900, 16:9, 1534141138928.jpg)

Chib's going after this crowd


 No.79871

>>79869

I don't know who you are. First post that ID. I've contacted them the way we've spoken in the past I expect to hear from them there.


 No.79872

>>79870

Doctor Who video game episode when?

It cant be worse than the XFiles gamer episode surely


 No.79873

>>79722

Moffat is such a genius that's far too deep for Normies. Take the name Let's Kill Hitler. Is it about Killing Hitler? No, Hitler only gets punched. What is it about then? Logically River Song, and how her brainwashing has her believing the Doctor to be on the level of Hitler; and thus to become the River we know then that perception must die. Its a brilliant move from the Moff.


 No.79874

>>79872

Will it tackle Gamergate ?


 No.79875

>>79874

what year is it


 No.79876

>>79873

It's Moff breaking the BBC charter and essentially making anti-Nazi propaganda.


 No.79877

>>79873

It’s not that deep. Moffat just wanted a title to get people’s attention


 No.79878

>>79874

"they just leveled up!"


 No.79879

>>79875

Jodie will travel back to 2014 to prevent gamer gate and eradicate all gamers


 No.79880

>>79872

It is called

The Nightmare Fair

and it is poop


 No.79881

File: 91ae0ed02c051e0⋯.jpg (97.51 KB, 1280x720, 16:9, mundanematt.jpg)

DWE


 No.79882

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

I thought Sesska was naked and wrapping herself in a cushion from the thumbnail


 No.79883

>>79882

One can dream


 No.79884

>>79882

rating just went up

wink wink

why is she watching plebflix series?


 No.79885

>>79884

Americans love those Netflix shows. I don't understand it.


 No.79886

File: b1fe23aeb0a1c00⋯.png (117.36 KB, 760x638, 380:319, Capture.PNG)

>>79882

I was gonna post about that earlier but I think I post about Sesska too much.


 No.79887

File: 1e59fd3aa3de260⋯.jpg (29.71 KB, 612x612, 1:1, dsp3.jpg)


 No.79888

File: 635e0c395cba54d⋯.jpg (262.7 KB, 1002x686, 501:343, 05Saturday-August18.jpg)

Next time, on Torchwood (Saturday or Sunday):


 No.79889


 No.79890


 No.79891

>>79424

We could just do the next-best thing and get McCoy to record them.

https://www.celebvm.com/sylvestermccoy


 No.79892

Tomtit, can I ask you a question?


 No.79893

ne o


 No.79894

>>79893

Yes, you're addressing the cunt.


 No.79895

One thing that makes me somewhat more enthusiastic about Chibnall is that he had a straight-up failed show. Not just not successful enough, but straight-up failed in all aspects he wanted it to be.

I'm talking about Camelot.

He described it as worst job of his life, described in details what went wrong in his interviews and podcasts, and surely learned his lesson.

And this important experience will 100% help with showrunning Who.


 No.79896

>>79894

how are you today :)


 No.79897

>>79896

Bit tired honestly, been doing overtime this past fortnight. How are you?


 No.79898

>>79722

Let's kill drumpf


 No.79899

>>79898

President Trump. Whatever you think of the man, surely you respect the office.


 No.79900

>>79873

Interesting take but it's the Teselecta team who believe RIVER to be on par with Hitler for her alleged crime of killing the Doctor


 No.79901

>>79900

How deep does it go


 No.79902

>>79900

The Doctor is worth more than 6 million jews.


 No.79904

YouTube embed. Click thumbnail to play.

DWE?


 No.79906

>>79904

>ugh how dare you make me emote in an audition to see if I properly react the way that the script dictates me to

Actors and actresses were a mistake.


 No.79907

>>79906

Feels like poor form to do the using his flag to make a strawman thing after developments in this thread.


 No.79908

>>79904

Why do they make shit like this? Are the general public at fault for casting directors being like this (which they probably aren't, I would assume the people who wrote this did so because they're fat/ugly etc. and wanted to vent)? How very preachy.


 No.79909

>>79908

Why do you feel targeted by it?


 No.79910

>>79909

Well they're not targeting casting directors with it as they'd be too busy shoving sharpeners up their arse. This is supposed to be for the general viewing public, but it means nothing to them. It's just 10 minutes of awkward dialogue about what standards for hiring women for film and television was 10 years ago (It's certainly not a problem now, looking at the assortment of freaks the BBC and ITV have leading their shows) and nothing much else. I'm not responsible for conventionally attractive people being cast for leading roles and neither is anyone else watching. It's garbage content written by people out of touch with the real world. This video was made by the BBC which means people worked real jobs and had some of their paycheck deducted as tax so these chucklefucks could whine about the most well-paying vocation in the country being a little bit unfair on people who eat too much.

Worst part is it's not particularly funny. It's like they watched The Office and thought everyone loved it because it was cringey, and not because a genuinely talented couple of comedians spent time to add nuance.

Yes, you could say I'm verged.


 No.79911

>>79910

Does the "is supposed to be for the general viewing public" thing come from virtue of it being a BBC production? What were the circumstances of its airing, actually? I only saw it on Twitter. Your reaction seems personally inflamed to the extent I'm not sure if I'm being played or not (hopefully "looking at the assortment of freaks the BBC and ITV have leading their shows" is ironic); I'm all for agreeing on those in entertainment being out of touch but it's hardly like the issues being touched on, however haphazardly, in that video are unique to that specific circumstance. I imagine many, even most people have been in interview/review type situations where those judging them have been callous and fixated on superficial elements the judged felt uncomfortable with. Saying the video botched communicating that is one thing, calling the writers of it "fat/ugly" and the leads of BBC and ITV shows as "freaks" is another.


 No.79912

>>79911

It's just a thing they uploaded online (like BBC 3 is, but not to their main channel) so it's not targeted at anyone specific.

My comments on "freaks" were ironic - I basically mean that the leads and cast of the shows the BBC/ITV have nowadays are diverse enough to please everyone, but the way this video was written makes me think the writers have a few annoyances they want to work out (ie they didn't get a part because they didn't fit the role, but twisted it so the people casting were the enemy, eg the "you should be thin, like a twiglet" comment, which I think was supposed to be funny)

It might work better if it was an interview for a more common job that people can actually relate to. The only stuff we know about tv/film casting is stuff the actors/actresses have said themselves, which could be biased. Then again, is this really a problem in other professions? It seems a very entertainment-business centric thing. In the end it just comes off as yet another bunch of well-payed actors and actresses whining about not getting a role despite having much cushier lives than most of the people watching the video - it brings to mind people like Jennifer Lawrence whining about sexism in movies as if we're supposed to care or be able to do anything about it., especially when JL is earning what most people earn in their lifetime for one completely average performance.


 No.79913

Jennifer Lawrence Miles


 No.79914

File: 17ceee67d16764d⋯.png (1.96 MB, 1920x1080, 16:9, 12f.png)

Hows it going m8s? You been busy?


 No.79915

>>79913

Reddit's ultimate boner.


 No.79916

File: 0655e0b86a29a7c⋯.jpg (63.49 KB, 699x535, 699:535, 3.jpg)

Can we expect a scene like this in Series 11?


 No.79917

File: 3b76f16eb9ecccc⋯.jpg (87.39 KB, 467x700, 467:700, d07-110.jpg)

>tfw we never got the Ace/7 bodyswap episode


 No.79918

>>79917

Which actor/doctor would be the one most prone to steal companion's underwear and sniff it


 No.79919

>>79918

1st Doctor


 No.79920

>>79918

11. How could he resist with Amy and Clara as companions.


 No.79921

>>79917

Why is Sophie an elderly Chinese woman?


 No.79922

>>79919

serious implications here if you think about his first crew


 No.79923

File: b96c0c4d82aaeeb⋯.jpg (10.73 KB, 174x289, 174:289, sopindex.jpg)

>>79921

the 80's were strange


 No.79924

Which characters were meant to be in 50/50? Wasn't it supposed to be 7/Ace/Hex & 8/Lucie and Susan?

>>79922

Because of the implication.


 No.79925

>>79924

>50/50

what you mean?


 No.79926

>>79924

The Lucie thing has never been substantiated; someone wrote it on our wiki article but me and N8 have investigated and never found a Hall source for it, especially since the whole audio hinges off Lucie dying.


 No.79927

>>79916

No. Showercaps are out of style.


 No.79928

>>79927

So are fanny packs but Jodie's bringing them back.


 No.79929

>>79925

GOAT Briggs Finish audio which never got made because it was too expensive.

There was an arc in the Audios dubbed "The Black & White Arc" which was supposed to end in 50/50. Plot revolved around the 8th Doctor vs the 7th Doctor. 7 decides that 8 isn't fit to be Time's Champion so he refuses to regenerate. 8 punches holes through reality in order to try and get the 7th Doctor to regenerate into him.

>>79926

Fair do's. I was gonna do a cover and I wanted to know who to put on it. Do you reckon it supposed to be Black and White Arc then 50/50 or Protect/Survive, Black/White, Gods/Monsters then 50/50?


 No.79930

>>79929

If I'm remembering my 7 timeline right, Black and White then 50/50. Gods/Monsters was ultimately the alternate "finale" to what 50/50'd have been really.


 No.79931

>>79929

That sounds awful


 No.79932

File: 9680e2933c2f133⋯.jpg (28.33 KB, 590x350, 59:35, New-Doctor-Who-Jodie-Whitt….jpg)


 No.79933

50/50 would have been the logical conclusion to the Doctor's self-loathing imo, especially since 7 and 8 have such concentrated, unique types of it.


 No.79934

>>79929

Interesting

but kinda same of Cold Fusion


 No.79935

>>79934

N*ls0 left out that it was Steven Hall's idea and he was gonna write it, but was turned down by BF because it required too many cast members and thus budget.


 No.79936

>>79931

What planet are you living on?

>>79935

Thought I'd included that too, my mistake.


 No.79937

>>79936

I try to forget it because it verges me no end. Imagine turning down the guy that wrote A Death in the Family.


 No.79938

Let's Kill Briggs


 No.79939

>>79936

Journey's End for virgins


 No.79940

File: e28188e73be3eeb⋯.jpg (69.41 KB, 960x720, 4:3, appaling.jpg)

>>79937

>Hall suggested it might fit in with a "new generation" of The Lost Stories.[2]

We got fucked on.


 No.79941

>>79938

Let's kill Sneed


 No.79942


 No.79943

Was the "time's champion" thing just 7 being a sperg? Never did read most of those VNAs,


 No.79944

>>79943

Generic sci-fi character trait made up by untalented "writers"


 No.79945

>>79943

> "time's champion"

you mean that post mortem Craig Hinton book?


 No.79946

>>79943

Essentially, yes.


 No.79947

>>79935

that was the reason this whole time? surely there have been bigger audios than that, with even bigger names?


 No.79948

>>79947

So business decision was to do more forgetable releases instead on one epic

classic brigsy


 No.79949

>>79947

There absolutely have not been. BF always keep the cast numbers very low, for budgetary reasons. It's one of the reasons Death Comes to Time stands out so much compared to BF; it has a legit cast and budget and it shows.


 No.79950

>>79947

Although there is stuff like The Light at the End when, yeah, there are lots of big names, and to be clear I'm very much on Hall's side here, but BF really do not make a habit of using large casts, so Hall's ask was out of the ordinary. Which is ridiculous, but there you go.


 No.79951

>>79950

>The Light at the End

Rate it


 No.79952


 No.79953

what is the biggest cast BF?


 No.79954

>>79949

>>79950

desu BF sells like 5k-10K copies at most and having large cast made them lost money on some ranges like the novel adaptations.

It might have been a huge success, but I don't think that Briggs went full retard here


 No.79955

>>79953

The Light at the End

probably

then Zagreus


 No.79956

>>79953

Biggest casting for BF? Probably Hurt or Cumberbatch.


 No.79957

>>79956

???????


 No.79958

>>79953

ignore >>79956, misread cast for casting. >>79955 is probably right.


 No.79959

N-Space and Divergent Universe

what do they have in common


 No.79960

is *Zagreus* supperior to *The Light at the End*?

<yes


 No.79961

>>79959

They take place in another universe


 No.79962

>>79961

N-Space is Normal Space, what you're thinking of is E-Space, anon


 No.79963

>>79961

yes, and…


 No.79964

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>>79962

you right


 No.79965

>>79950

yeah anniversary stuff wouldn't really count since they're bound to make money

do you think it would have been made nowadays? if it was a special set rather than a main range release it might justify the cost more


 No.79966

>>79965

>do you think it would have been made nowadays?

*if the idea only came about now i mean, not that they'd resurrect it after all this time


 No.79967

Briggs Finish might make more money, if they didn't have the most esoteric format. Who pays for audio in this day and age?

They should stream episodes nightly on Youtube, and make bank on superchats.


 No.79968

>>79959

>E-Space and Divergent Universe

>what do they have in common

concept of going to a place where the laws of physic are completely different

but writers are not that creative


 No.79969

>>79967

nick briggs should do streams with his dalek voice modulator

live improv Briggs Finish


 No.79970

>>79969

>the Briggs show. First they air an episode, and then live banter with the cast

I'd listen


 No.79971

>>79970

it is called BF podcast


 No.79972

>>79971

Yeah, but I want to spam the chat with bullshit anf force them to respond


 No.79973

>>79970

that'd be so comfy

briggs and sophie aldred sitting there laughing and reading out superchats, aww


 No.79974

>>79972

>Nick charges for saying stuff on dalek voice

<fuck offerino Dildo


 No.79975

Colin Baker.

Rapist or nah?


 No.79976

<fuck offerino Nіlso


 No.79977

Nіlso breaks the internet


 No.79978

>>79975

He fixed that kid with Jimmy


 No.79979

>>79972

sometimes some guy will talk with people on facebook


 No.79981

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>>79975

Nah

"People" are just oversensitive nowadays


 No.79982

>>79975

He's too fat.


 No.79983

>>79980

No one likes journalists though, to be fair. They're like mosquitos. Feels good to see them get it, no matter where you stand.


 No.79984


 No.79985

>someone states an opinion

>"WHAT THE FUCK, X, YOU WERE SUPPOSED TO BE COMPLETELY 100% IN LINE WITH MY INCREDIBLY SUBJECTIVE AND HOSTILE MINDSET, THIS IS A FUCKING BETRAYAL OF OUR PRECONCEIVED FRIENDSHIP! BLOCKED!"


 No.79986

>>79983

>>79984

"Journalists are either whores or hobos"

French philosopher Alain Soral


 No.79987

>>79985

Are people getting too sensitive? No, it's the Bigots who are wrong.


 No.79988

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

mccoy's scream at the end of this is so funny

must get round to listening to the river song audios


 No.79989

>>79789

t. Cats


 No.79990

8 is cool and the time war is cool so when you put them together its like cool cool which is very cool epic and kino


 No.79991

Is it true that DWM's Time Team are only reviewing individual episodes from classic stories and that they recently shat all over The Deadly Assassin for not having any female characters?


 No.79992

>>79991

Yes. They watched Part 1 and said it was poor and Elizabeth Sladen would have made it better.


 No.79993

>>79992

/sp correct


 No.79994

>>79993

what the honest fuck is wrong with me


 No.79995

>>79992

That's stupid. The Doctor being told "leave your pets behind for this one" makes for a great hook. You know there's serious trouble.


 No.79996

>>79995

But, anon, didn't you know that something having no women in it automatically makes it terrible?




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