>you will never be cool like the Doctor
Why even live?
And Clara was worst and most bullshit companion.
Last time >>64405455
You could have at least fapped to him.
its the le fake quote maymay yet again
he is writing an episode though, moffat said he came in with a great monster
we should move there instead of trash imo
sound webms are GOAT
If /who/ could be so kind, what are your top five First Doctor stories?
I watched them all years and years ago, now I'm especially interested in the ones that show the First Doctor's character the best (not necessarily the ones with the best plot or setting).
I wanted a medieval episode. We got Robot of Sherwood. I now hate that time period.
I wanted a Vikings episode. We got The Girl Who Died. I now hate that time period.
I wanted an Edwardian episode. We got The Girl Who Waited. I now hate that time period.
Why? Because they were all shit.
What period are they gonna ruin next?
>I'm especially interested in the ones that show the First Doctor's character the best (not necessarily the ones with the best plot or setting).
Here's a list, it's not a top 5 but you can pick the 5 that interest you more.
The first episode of An Unearthly Child and the start of the second, before they get out of the TARDIS. You can watch the whole story if you want to, but I wouldn't recommend it.
The Edge of Destruction is not excellent, but it's very interesting in terms of characterization.
The Aztecs is a must-see.
The Dalek Invasion of Earth, or at least the speech at the end.
The Romans, The Space Museum or The Time Meddler (or all of them) for the funnier side of the First Doctor (I prefer The Time Meddler; The Space Museum is generally hated, but I liked it, while The Romans is generally very well-liked but I'm not that keen on it)
If you can bear to watch reconstructions, I think The Daleks' Masterplan does a great job of showing all the sides of the Doctor's character across 12 episodes.
Also a recon, the final episode of The Massacre (Hartnell is barely there for most of the serial, but there's a great scene at the end).
Either The War Machines or The Tenth Planet to get a taste of the First Doctor at the end of his run. While The Tenth Planet is his regeneration story, he's missing for most of episode 3 and episode 4 is a reconstruction. I prefer The War Machines.
Yeah, nicking sandwiches and whatnot... at first glance you'd think Seven with his 'human pawn' motif, but he was generally doing it for their own good (like Ace in Ghost Light) and seemed to have some regrets in the books.
Six, he definitely wasn't the most caring Doctor at the start of his life.
Also because of the way his first reaction when seeing the recording of Peri's death in Mindwarp is "I am not responsible for that!"
Here you go
>By stars, is the Eleventh slack-jawed now. With no warning from the Old Girl, his Tenth self’s appeared, leaning on the control board; hair tousled, clothes wildly askew, face blooming red. Thank goodness Amy was out.
>”Hello,” his past says, husky and inviting. ”Fancy seeing you again, Bowties.”
>”Ph-ph-phased back to the wrong point in the time line, I presume?”
>”Yeah,” Ten sighs. ”But I don’t really mind ending up with some honey-hearted codger like you, Chinny.”
>”Skinny little brat,” Eleven grins, sauntering closer. ”You don’t know what I’m capable of.”
>”Tease.” Ten slings an arm out and around and pulls himself into a hug. ”Y’know, we’ve seen each other enough times before. Why don’t we have a proper fuck already?”
>”What? I-I, wha– maybe? Really? Now? Literally right now?”
>”Something the matter?” Ten loosens his grip and looks him in the eye, curious.
>”It’s just that–” Eleven feels the blood rushing to his face and his fingers twiddling. ”–I’ve kind of gotten myself a new love interest. Human.”
>”Oh. Congrats, mate.”
>”Thanks. But she’s… very experienced.” Eleven sighs, drags a hand through his thick fringe as an excuse to rub his temple. ”She’s so gorgeous, and so active. She rode me so good on our first night together, and I just – didn't even do anything, I just lay there–!”
>”Stop! Right there. Just, stop.” Ten puts a finger up to his future lips, gesturing to his own barely buttoned shirt. His abdomen is still sweaty and red from the clawing of nails.
>”I just got back from Four’s place after having pretty much every single thing from the toy box stuck inside or on me, and coming harder and harder by the minute. Trust yourself, you might have gotten shyer or whatever, but there’s no shame in that. You know how to please humanoids.”
>”Th-that may be true, but–”
>”Come on then, Sweethearts,” Ten growls, breath like steam against his neck. ”Practice on me.”
>”Well… She’s got a vulva, so I suppose I should be the one penetrating…”
>Ten giggles between kisses. ”You can’t be too sure with humans. She might prefer oral, or manual, or pull out a strap-on.”
>”Mmm, she said she’d like to…”
>”How communicative, I already like her. Now let’s find some place soft…”
That's right OP, rub it in, why don't you-?
Why is the first episode of Doctor Who so good?
Even for the time it's genre-aware, sets up an interesting mystery, and has good characters. Hell, even the editing and music are really good for 60s television.
Why is the stupid caveman story afterwards so shite?
You all know time, yeah?
So what is clocks?
Cunk would be a GOAT companion.
>genuine sense of wonder at the universe
>fresh dynamic with the Doctor after intelligent and capable companions
>constantly exposing the moral corruption of the world around her
>logs of time
Yeah, Lumberjack Who is pretty good.
Second Doctor- There are some corners of the universe which have bred the most terrible things. Things which act against everything we believe in. They must be fought.
>The Doctor: You've been chopping them down for furniture for centuries. If that's love, no wonder they're calling down fire from the heavens.
Pretty hypocritical quote coming from a Lumberjack...
>There are forests out there where the trees are burning, and the birds sleep, and the squirrels dream; tall ones made of oak and small ones made of pine and fir. Somewhere there’s timber, somewhere there’s splinters, and somewhere else a bonsai's getting old. Come on, Ace. We've got wood to chop.
>mfw came back and everyone's now in my thread
Someone fucked up in the other thread didn't they?
"I'm being extremely clever up here and there and there's no one to stand around looking impressed. What's the point of having you all"
Just an anon exposing himself to a minor sibling if i were to guess from reading.
Hey, Cloister. Here's some other stuff I wrote for anons.
First one was funny. I was just thinking I'd like to see 12 tool around with bessie. Second one was pretty good too. The third I feel there weren't enough penis jokes or innuendo with Jack and the robot however coldnt stop grinning. The final was pretty cute, needs more bemused resignation from the Brig perhaps
Sure, I'll play. I've been ignoring the EDAs since Night basically confirmed BF as McGann's story, but I kind of like the idea they have their own little AU continuity. Can I just start with Alien Bodies and soak in the Lawrence Miles experience, or is it more arc-based?
Yeah, I read those posts, it seems cool but also a deep pool to dive into (especially when Faction Paradox gets involved)
That's what I'll do then, Kate Orman was great in the NAs and... well, it's Jon 'Cheers' Blum, how can I not?
Anything to avoid? (I read War of the Daleks on a random charity-shop buy, and... yeah, I can see why someone wanted to get rid of it.)
> I've been ignoring the EDAs since Night basically confirmed BF as McGann's story
That's kinda silly, even ignoring that BF has used EDA characters. For Night to 'confirm the true McGann story' would imply that 'the true McGann story' is a concept with a meaningful bearing on absolutely anything.
>implying Girl who Died wasn't fun as fuck
>implying you aren't just as autistic as barneyfag for letting something you didn't like sour your opinion of another thing that's only tangentially related
So, uh... what the fuck did I just listen to? It had a couple interesting ideas, but overall it was just so bad and a clusterfuck. Didn't help having to suffer through all the terribly sloppy American accents in addition.
It was a virginity/first time joke. No criticisms that i can think of. I always enjoy your fun romp short stories. >>64448898
Life needs a horns section.
I try not to speculate too much or read too deeply into subtext or character motivation in DW. It never lives up to in my mind what it could be and even if it's better i end up somewhat disappointed.
Dunno man. Long ago an Anon convinced me it was a good BF to start with. I tried about 3 times never finishing it. Even the foley effects seemed bad.
I had a dream last night of the end-series twist of S10
>simm's master shows up at the end of the series, reveals he was behind it all
>starts talking to the doctor about everyone he left behind on gallifrey during the time war who died because of it, listing previous companions
>Capaldi is angry "You don't know that"
>"Actually you got me, she's not dead, I saved her. Would you like to see her again?"
>shot of two robot legs, with a third one that lowers into shot, pan up to see susan's lifeless torso on top
>the master's rebuilding susan as a cyborg to be his own granddaughter
>capaldi's legitimately distraught at this revelation, starts crying and shouting and shit
What dreams did you have last night /who/?
Dying in the Sun get
Cold War get
The Final Sanction get
A Klytode Christmas get
The Next Doctor get
The Ghosts of N-Space get
Doctor Who and the Doomsday Weapon get
Biology Lesson on Mal Oreille get
Nice gets :^)
/who/,is there a place I can download classic who DVD commentary tracks?
It just occurred to me we never had shots like this in the coral tardis
it's amazing how far the set design has come just in terms of filming practicalities and potential for different types of shots in the one room
The classic TARDIS console room was one of the most popular things about Hell bent. In fact it was proberbly one of the best things about series 9 as a whole. Why don't they just use that "skin" for the Doctor's current console room?. hell if they need an in series explanation for it, just say that the interior settings have fucked up like the chameleon circuit.
I have dreams about /who/. It's always comfy shitposting that barely stays topical. I sleep like a baby.
My favorite /who/ webbum
I've only ever occasionally had nsfw dreams. Less than 10 that I have been able to recall probably throughout the course of my life. I've never had a nocturnal emission. Do wet dreams actually happen? Was I too ugly an adolescent to have succubi abscond away with my seed while I slumber?
Because they already spent all that sweet TV liscence cash on the current desktop and want to get as much life out of it as possible. As for why not the next go round /who/ nose. It will probably depend on the next showrunner and design team. A retro one mite b cool but i'd like one like 4's secondary or 7/8's feature movie one. Needs more wood and leather.
Capaldi himself said in an interview once he'd like a retro inspired tardis console
maybe it'll happen if he stays around for a few more years, there's only so many more lights they can throw onto the current console
It was cool because it was a nostalgic callback to the classic series. If they used it all the time it would just be the regular console room and as a regular console room it's not really as cool as what they're using.
Maybe I jerked off alot and was out of gas before I went to sleep but I was never at the extreme end of what I heard other's daily wank totals to be. I would think there'd be chafing or fabric burns involved. I mean I've woken up raw and hard a few times. Id think i would have injured myself going much further.
We never even saw any hallways or something. Honestly the coral tardis kind of sucks. The big coral pillars look fake as shit, the yellowish roundles in the backround don't look good and that big garbage bag thing on the top of the center. I remember really liking it when I first saw S1 but it hasn't aged well at all imo.
Yeah it's pretty ugly. I like some of the stuff on the console like that one area that 9 would bang on with a hammer but eh...
A "ginger porridge wog" that shared a bunk bed with his brother and might have been touched without voicing consent by said brother that said as such on /who/ once upon the time using the trip "My name is Ben". Pretty cool guy. He was around for a bit in series 9 going just by "Ben" this time around.
how do you know this gets anon?
Well to be fair the current Tardis is a full set, the coral one was a partial one.
Can't fault them for trying something different, but I'm glad they've moved past it. The only time we saw another part of that tardis was when 10 was choosing his outfit in what I guess was meant to be a wardrobe but was really just the console room with heavy green screening and a spiral staircase replacing the console
I wasn't too keen on 11's first tardis, it was an improvement as far as making it feel like something with more rooms but I wasn't fond of the whimsical messy look and it still had that one inexplicable coral wall
The current tardis console (the 7B, 8 and 9 incarnations all) are the first tardis in nuwho that actually looks like a machine, and it's also a really well designed set in general with all of the different potential filming spots in the one set
Possibly in The Doctor's Wife but I can't really remember
If I remember right the physical set just had a massive black curtain covering the fourth wall, it's possible that was visible in some shots
>No wonder time is such a mystery. Literally no one can understand it, apart from Time Lords.
>Even the people who govern time don't understand what time is.
Philomena Cunk companion when?
I did it /who/, I marathoned all of River Song's stories in one day in the order from her perspective, meaning
>A Good Man Goes to War
>The Impossible Astronaut/Day of the Moon
>Let's Kill Hitler
>Closing Time (just the last scene, where River gets kidnapped)
>The Wedding of River Song
>not rewatching Good Man and the series 6 opener because fuck it and I'm not even sure where they are in adult River's timeline anyway
>The Pandorica Opens/The Big Bang
>The Time of the Angels/Flesh and Stone
>The Angels Take Manhattan
>The Husbands of River Song
>Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead
>The Name of the Doctor
I have to say I found Husbands by far the most enjoyable. It seems like River Song always brought out the worst aspects of Moffat's writing in the Matt Smith era.
>melodramatic speeches about how the Doctor is the most important and threatening guy in the universe
>all the season finales desperately trying to top each other by having the universe end in an even more spectacular way
>reused plots ideas like "the Doctor knows how he's destined to die and it's totally for sure going to happen that way even though we said that last time and he still got around it"
>arbitrary shit like not being able to go back for Amy and Rory somehow because Moffat says so and lol timey-wimey
>trying to take itself too seriously while also having absurd shit like the Doctor speaking baby
By the time I finished Angels Take Manhattan I was starting to seriously wonder why I even liked Doctor Who in the first place. Even otherwise tolerable episodes like the series 5 finale were rendered hard to watch because I got so sick of Moffat's writing. But Husbands is just a 10/10 all around comfy and enjoyable episode. I loved it despite having seen it recently and its being pretty late into the marathon. Why can't Moffat write more episodes like this that manage to have emotional impact while still being fun and don't have plots that are convoluted and nonsensical?
>Why can't Moffat write more episodes like this that manage to have emotional impact while still being fun and don't have plots that are convoluted and nonsensical?
He can, they just don't have river song in them
>>not rewatching Good Man and the series 6 opener because fuck it and I'm not even sure where they are in adult River's timeline anyway
Moff needed to constantly remind the casual viewer of adult river's existence so the twist in Good Man would make sense and have impact to them
This desu. I rewatched a bunch of NuWho last off-season with /who/ streams and most of it was really terrible. I remember suffering through Shakespeare Code and it was pretty much unwatchable for example.
Am I the only one who found 11th and River's romantic relationship akward.
I mean Matt Smith is like 20ish year old guy and River looks like she is 40 or something.
Seeing 12th and River was much more natural.
>mfw /who/ doubted me when I said the 12-river dynamic would be better than 11-river
When Moffat wrote Silence of the Library/Forest of the Damned the 11th Doctor hadn't been cast yet. I think he planned on casting someone Capaldi's age and didn't want to make the Doctor look like a cradle robber but then Matt fit the part so well he ended up casting him and had the reverse problem.
Give him a break he was only about 250 years out.
the fucking moron. Assuming he meant The Woman Who lived. Or maybe he meant The Girl in the Fireplace, so he was only 150 years out?
These are good pics. I'd agree to watch the start of An Unearthly Child, and then all of The Aztecs, The Dalek Invasion of Earth and the Romans and The Time Meddler. Actually you might as well watch The Daleks straight after An Unearthly Child, as its so iconic.
Time for /who/ confessions I'll start
>Matt and Tennant are does as my favorite
>Sometimes on rare occassions I find Jackie Tyler and Donna hot
>Moffat is the best writer for the show
>I just want a damn noncanon Doctor Who/Sherlock crossover already.
>I want a milf companion
>tfw I have no confessions really since most of my opinions align with /who/
>I just want a damn noncanon Doctor Who/Sherlock crossover already.
>I only really have a problem with a handful of episodes
>S6 and S7 weren't really a problem for me
>S8 is probably my least favorite overall except for a handful of gems like Flatline, Listen, Mummy and the finale
>I really enjoyed S9
>I like of the Coral Tardis as much as the current one
>I really don't like 9 too much or S1 for that matter except for, again, a few gems.
>Martha wasn't terrible, Donna was great, and Rose was garbage, I didn't like Amy that much but she was acceptable.
>Clara was great overall except in series 8 where I wanted to strangle her for being a cunt. I also liked her ending.
>The only Classic who episode/serial I've seen fully is Castrovalva.
>I haven't watched the TV Movie
>5/12 a handful
its literally a handful /s
I guess for me the other episodes really dragged the overall quality down for me.
Yeah but in series 8, only the whole Danny Splink deal made her unbearable, but the everything was good in series 9.
I think Human Nature/Family Of Blood is meh and overrated. I don't understand why he had to turn into a human. His reasons IIRC are that they're going to follow him everywhere but it feels so flimsy. The Monsters are kind of stupid and don't really feel like much of a threat imo so it makes the whole premise shoddy. And I don't really care for the ending anymore. I used to like it but I rewatched the scene recently and it felt really OTT. I like the stuff with John Smith and Joan but the rest of the episode is meh to me.
>7 and 11 are my current faves, 12 is about to bounce someone. Sorry chinny.
>Love and monsters is one of my favorite 3 tennant era episodes.
>The only female nuWho companion I haven't found attractive is Rose.
>Martha was the most capable astute nuWho companion and frankly the only one really deserving to be on the TARDIS.
>I greatly prefer Moffats wibbily wobbly bollocks over RTDs but I eagerly await a new showrunner
>I really don't hate tennant as much as I let on.
>I really do think 5 is bland and boring as I let on.
>I just want a damned non canon DoctorWho/BillandTed/Tripped crossover already.
Tripped if you haven't seen it yet is in it's first series and is GOAT. Highly recommend.
>I want a non-human companion that I'd like to fuck because there isn't enough inter-species erotica.
>If they don't bring bessie or the whomobile back in my life time I'll die very cross.
>If sean pertwee doesn't play a canon version of his dad within my life time, even if it's for a quick karate chop I'll die very cross.
>I miss taking pictures for /who/.
>I wish radio free /who/ or /who/gaze were still a thing when I woke up in the morning.
I'm quite happy with mine thank you. She's cleaning. It's very satisfying in a patriarchal way. I think I'll have her make me a sandwich.
>His reasons IIRC are that they're going to follow him everywhere but it feels so flimsy.
He thought he could avoid a fight by waiting for them to die naturally, as they have very short lives.
It's stupid, but then that's S3/S4 Ten for you, going to stupid lengths to try and save the bad guy.
If the doctor were actually aware he was in a TV show it would completely kill any emotional scene with him, as he would be aware ultimately that he is a work of fiction
Therefore any episodes where the doctor breaks the fourth wall are non canon by default to maintain the integrity of the narrative
Pls let the new companion be his guitar. I don't think i could face Season 10 without it.
>we might never see the sonic sunglasses again
It is merely a humorous literary device to get a little more of a laugh out of the audience. Basically saying: Yeah, we know this is funny, we're with you. Has been used since the old greeks and even Shakespeare has used it plenty of times (and I don't mean soliloquies or an aside). According to your logic, some of the greatest works of literary art are now no longer canon to their author's work.
Don't do this to me man. It would be like taking away 10th's coat, 11th's bow tie, 4th's scarf, or 6th's pies.
>According to your logic, some of the greatest works of literary art are now no longer canon to their author's work.
Not at all. There are works of fiction where characters knowing they're in fiction is perfectly acceptable. Doctor who is not one of them
No. That was a soliloquy, you dense fuck. It is done to include the audience into his though process, not to be metafictional.
Can you please get out? Clearly, you have no idea how text is analysed
The meme where directors legitimately believe that gopro cameras are acceptable to use in professional cinematography. They lack the focal range of proper professional cameras so the shots often look incredibly cheap as a result to the point where it can even kill immersion
Just look at this and tell me the gopro barrel shots aren't incredibly distracting and out of place
Well I will admit that everything looked particularly fake but I think I was attributing it more to CGI than anything else, are you telling me that the fakeness stems from the actual cameras? if so it seems very amateurish.
I agree. But just breaking the 4th wall does not mean that the character(s) know they are part of fiction.
You're talking about metafiction and intertextuality, but breaking the 4th wall only barely scratches the surface of metafiction if at all
It depends what fakeness you're talking about. There's certainly CGI fakeness but there's also shots like this
Since gopros are tiny cameras their apertures are also inherently small, which results in a large depth of field that does not blend well with professional cameras that have an appropriate depth of field
In doctor who this effect is made even worse by the fish eye lens
Doctor who has multiple canons consisting of interlinking episodes which reference each other. There are multiple groups of episodes which reference each other but do not reference any episodes in another group, so they are not canon to each other but are still canon to themselves
>integrity of the narrative
>in doctor who
If you want to stream you can search dailymotion, if you have hulu they have a good assortment but not everything, I think netflix might have a few
>say something stupid
>I point out you're an idiot
>N-no it wasn't me I swear!
Literally objectively was not me, you fell for a rusemaster trying to take advantage of your hotheadedness
No problem, although a lot of the episodes out their are kind fo poor quality as they are old VHS rips. I think the BBC has started selling some old serials digitally, so without PA ripping everything it's about as good of quality we can hope for right now.
>I haven't watched Dr. Who since Matt Smith left.
How do people like Shearman make a living?
He hasn't done anything in anything. Same for Cartmel too for example, he hasn't written anything but a few non doctor who books on Amazon. Do they have regular jobs or something?
>using screenshot as proof
It's like photoshop doesn't exist. Sorry, I had no idea I was mistaken but that image clears it up for me now, thanks.
That's alright, I left because it was shit. The first Capaldi episode with the lesbian lizard woman and the dinosaur didn't do anything to renew my confidence.
I think the last proper season finale with Matt and the 50th anniversary special were the only thinks I liked since Tennant left
The lesbian lizard episode does a terrible job of portraying capaldi as what his character actually was, since he was still written as in that post-regeneration period where he acts dumb
Watch Listen and Mummy on the Orient Express, if those two don't reinstill your confidence then nothing will
But he hasn't written anything is my point.
Look at his imdb and wikipedia page. There's only a few recent things there.
But he was pretty serious in the second half.
gr8 b8 m8
>But he was pretty serious in the second half.
Either way, the very first episode of a new doctor is never a good representation of what their character becomes once the writers figure out what they're doing
Because Rusty felt that the new series was about Rose in a very significant way, and so in order to transition back to the classic series Companion model, they needed to lean into the problem and make a companion that the Doctor would feel was just a rebound, a retread, recasting Rose with someone Rose-ish and also totally not at all like Rose, so that the primarily Rose-loving audience would come to identify with the Doctor's conflicted feelings about her. As a result, Martha would serve as a transition to the classic series companion model, where the audience's identification lies more with the Doctor in meeting an interesting variety of 20-30 year old british women, as opposed to what was by that point the New Series model of watching a working class 19 year old girl from London get exposed to all sorts of space nonsense by a weird guy with two hearts.
Looking back, it's a serious rough patch, but with all that in mind, you can see why Martha got treated so shitty by the writers and directors. And now that the early new series is as much a period piece as the late classic series, Rose just stands out as a weird bump in the road that the show contorted itself around for four seasons instead of just being a regular companion like everyone else.
>It's a Victorian England lizard detective episode
>But he hasn't written anything is my point.
But he has, his last book came out in 2014. He's no superstar author like J.K. Rowling but he's moderately successful, he doesn't need to write something every year. So long as what he has written is still selling, he's still making money.
The plot isn't and will never be as good as the Matt Smith era are but the individual episodes are better by far.
Clara becomes a bitch and coal burner in So but the finale and S9 fixes her.
Peter Capaldi is the shit though. He makes the series great.
Also every episode Maisie Williams is in is shit.
Every episode would be Listen or Heaven Sent
I don't think I'd be able to handle a series like that, far too based
Gotta keep it most of it appropriate for Netflix-and-chill levels of attention
>The plot isn't and will never be as good as the Matt Smith era are
Except that's objectively wrong, the show has never been as much of an ongoing continuity ridden character drama as it has been in the capaldi era. S6/7 were both a mess and S5 was kind of just 'things happen and there's a mystery' and none of the characters really change much besides amy deciding not to cuck her husband to be
There's multiple lesbian lizard episodes but only one with capaldi, so depending on the context it's an apt description
Donna was originally supposed to be an investigative journalist, kinda Sarah Jane 2.0, but then Rusty decided he wanted Catherine Tate's comedic voice involved in the program. This is why Partners in Crime is written the way it is, complete with the intended journalist companion still being in it.
Either way, after Martha, the intention was that we'd be fully transitioned to the classic series model where the companion sticks around for a season or two before leaving and being replaced by another young woman, which is basically what happened, with the exception of both succeeding companion teams being extra-clingy.
I hate Martha's final scene. 10 doesn't even seem to care at all that she's leaving at all and is like "alright fuck off bye"
Just look at the transcript.
>DOCTOR: Of course not. Thank you. Martha Jones, you saved the world.
>DOCTOR: Is this going anywhere?
>DOCTOR: Got it.
I mean really? Even 7 gave more of a shit when Mel left.
Because Martha was pure shit. Not even 10th or even the actor liked her for that matter.
She was basically black Rose. They took Rose's worst qualities and put it on a 5/10 nigress.
I think I need to rewatch the modern series again. I can barely remember a lot of episodes. I only vaguely remember the small creature things from Partners in Crime.
Does Martha bear all in Sense8?
at least Purse-Hallard has his own range over at Obverse Books. I can think of writers who ended up worse.
I know exactly what you mean, anon. She's got this clingy, giggly, jiggling quality to her that sets off my crazy pussy senses. I wanna wreck her.
This is literally the only scene I've seen from it:
Just because you like your own little rules does not make them true.
That does not even make sense.
By way of being broadcoast under official Doctor Who license it becomes canon.
Hell even stuff like "Threshold" on Star Trek Voyager is strictly speaking canon - even though the authors and cast and crew all said it is utter garbage and should not be considered canon. It still is (even though it should have never been made).
Please read up on canon. Or call that shit you make up your head-canon. Then you'll be branded a tumblrette (rightly so), but at least no one will call out your shit.