McGann and Capaldi Episode when? edition
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So what happened to Missys device? Does 12 have it? What will be her method of attack when she comes back?
Reminder that WHSmith sent an angry letter to Doctor Who Magazine for having a cover which was "unsuitable for children"
the cover was a picture of the Vervoids
I'll rewatch that scene now. I'm sure it disappears somewhere between him not shooting Missy and going to shoot Cyberbrig.
What if she gets the Tissue Compression Eliminator back?
Alright, it just disappears. Switches hands at one point, then when he runs over to see Kate it's nowhere to be seen.
Continuity error, in other words. I doubt we'll see it again.
I know, but the 8 Doctor has always had a 'youthful' appearance to him, so if they start doing episodes when Paul is in his 60's (which is not very far off for him) and age suddenly catches up with him, it'll look a bit off.
So Clara has met Kate before DOTD, since Kate mentions her "previous visit" to the Black Archive
Does that mean there was a moment in S7B where The Doctor and Clara were with Kate
It'd be the butt of a lot of jokes, for sure. Like the female Doctor in Curse of Fatal Death discovering a certain setting on her screwdriver.
Or it could be
The Magician's Apprentice, which features Kate.
The way the scene is shot, you can see 12 the whole time but the device just stops being in his hand. Simple continuity error.
If it was actually going to be important again, there'd probably be more care taken with it. Like how earlier in the episode there was a shot of Clara going to grab it after the Doctor knocked it out of Missy's hand.
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The only thing I can think is that he has some genuine psychological disorder. Maybe he has OCD and for some reason he just HAS to post about german spammers in every thread. Or maybe he's paranoid and crazy and really thinks it will make a difference because he lives in a strange fantasy world.
Will he get a black screwdriver like in the comics?
STop the madness. The hordes of the chrono-scanners and the temporal distortion creators have grown tired of this spam. Even Faction Paradox has tired of your joke. The Evil RENEGADE himself is not as annoying to the Great Houses as you are. STAHHP, please.
Kids could probably just paint the ones they have black.
Reminder that Let's Kill Hitler the prequel minisode>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Let's Kill Hitler the episode
Agreed. This actually deals with what happened in A Good Man Goes To War. The episode itself just ended up being a mess.
Also, reminder that this had absolutely nothing to do with the episode it was a prequel to.
Before The Name of the Doctor? It doesn't particularly come anywhere, it's just a general character study thing.
It's fantastic, but neither of them actually lose trust in each other at any point in the episode, so it's kinda meaningless.
Yes it did. He talked about it in DWM and it was posted on /who/. She sees all of the doctors faces and when she sees the valeyard she screams.
I was asking so someone could find the quote. Moffat posted a transcript from the script.
It was played before, but came chronologically after.
>From Tardis Wikia
>She Said, He Said: A Prequel was the prequel to the final episode of the seventh series of Doctor Who, The Name of the Doctor. Uniquely for a prequel, this was set after the TV story it was a prequel for.
Ahh yes, the one I don't have access to. Probably the same one all that Madame Kovarian backstory came from that someone kept copypasting a while back.
There's nothing in DWM 460, 461 or 462, which came after The Name of the Doctor. I really doubt it exists.
So when I first started playing War For Cybertron, I noticed that one of the characters sounded eerily like an angry Paul McGann.
For the record, it wasn't Paul McGann, but take a look at this video and go to about 2:57.
Is it just me, or does he sound a bit like McGann?
>a feminist who is a muslim
>a muslim who is a feminist
Already done this, but here we go
>The Doctor: Chris Langham
>Lead Companion: Faye Marsay
>Co-Companion: Tristan Beint
>Classic Who Appearance: Ace or Benton
>The Master: Michelle Gomez
>Recurring Threat/Alien: The Meddling Monk played by Stephen Fry
>The Doctor's outfit: Something similar to either one
>inb4 /fa/ invasion
>Show Runner: Armando Iannucci
Huh. I'm the skeptical anon who kept trying to find this and I think I do actually remember the bit about The Impossible Astronaut that's at the top there. Not the rest of it, though. Where'd you find it?
Its from the 2013 Series 7 Guide.
Well, I stand corrected. I've seen other pages of this before but never this one.
Alright, that's vaguely interesting. Thanks.
Pic vaguely related that I just found on to doctorwhoscans.tumblr.com -- pretty much all of the guide's on there
Ah right, someone bought one sort of like that for me but it looked really rectangular on me, not with a pulled in bit like in those pictures which make them look like they fit your body.
>But the character of the Ninth Doctor, bowing out after only one season, oddly enough feels all but complete.
This is what I love about Season 1. It's a perfect little slice of all that Who can do.
>You can imagine all of them living in different rooms in a late Victorian London house (I wouldn't want to live next door...)
Anyone got that floorplan generated for all the Doctors from about a week back?
The article makes a good point about "you would make a good Dalek" hitting this Doctor in particular seeing as he's just come out of the Time War. Same sort of story behind Twelve having fought on Trenzalore for centuries hearing "you are a good Dalek"?
>article describes how 9 and Mickey warm up to each other over the course of Series 1
>10 goes on to completely disregard Mickey throughout Series 2
Remember all the rumours last year about how there was going to be a McGann/Capaldi episode (with a 'familiar companion' for McGann) but Moffat nixed it because he didn't want McGann stealing any spotlight from Capaldi for his first series.
God I still think a multi-doctor with McGann would be aces.. fingers fucking crossed for this year.
Alexander Siddig would be in everything if i had my druthers, Not a GOTfag but can't wait to see him in GOT. He needs to get more work. Not sure about the companions and the master, but i can dig the rest certainly.
Happily would watch either. but if there's a vote there would be two for city of death from over here. Gotta love clock faced romana and it's a damned comfy episode. It's a cold night, it's snowing and would go well with a warm blanky and cocoa.
Say something nice about your least favorite story.
I dislike the plot of the episode itself (all of Mel/River's bullshit and the Tesselecta crew's bullshit) and the way it handles all the characters involved (nonsensically and flippantly considering the developments that occur), especially since I like the Ponds and Eleven and found River tolerable enough until her back story was revealed. I don't find most of it funny either (everything concerning River after regenerating is a complete comedic misfire, partially down to Alex Kingston's horrible timing and performance, but the script itself didn't help) and that seemed to be the majority aim of the episode while the major plot points were all half-assedly presented and dealt with. Incredibly disappointing and off putting episode for me.
>Their stomachs are rumbling and they can't stop farting
so this was an RTD idea from the very beginning. what the shit? why did he think this was funny? the episode would have actually been good if not for the shitty fart jokes.
I love how when someone mentions they don't like MotOE there are 3 replies, because people think it's b8, but still think that it could be true. You never know, people have different opinions after all.
Now when someone says they don't like Androzani no one believes it at all. There's no one that doesn't like Androzani.
>There's no one that doesn't like Androzani.
The only thing Androzani did right was kill Davidson.
>In The Writer's Tale, Russell T Davies talked about how the ending was a rewritten one — originally, the Doctor was to have rammed the Vespiform into the lake with the car that he and Donna had commandeered, but Tennant objected because he was concerned that that ending would portray the Doctor as a murderer.
>he was concerned that that ending would portray the Doctor as a murderer.
Really? Out of the dozens of instances, this is one he was against?
hey /who/. I've watched all of NuWho and haven't seen much of classic (I've seen 1st Doc up to the Reign of Terror including the recons, The Mind Robber, Spearhead From Space, 4th Doctor up to Revenge of The Cybermen, Castrovalva, Vengeance on Varos (it was the watchalong and i didn't pay much attention, should probably rewatch), Survival (same thing) and the TV movie.)
What would you recommend me to watch next?
And what's the deal with the living mass dopplegangers or whatever they were called. They had an entire episode setting up that they're just as real with actual thoughts and feelings, but then the doctor spends the next few episodes blowing them up without a second thought
At least Tennant saved us from the J.K Rowling episode. I'll always respect him for that. Too bad Tennant has shit taste and didn't save us from other episodes There was an interview recently when someone said they love all of RTD Who except for 2 episodes and when Tennant asked he sounded shocked that the guy said Fear Her.
I'll be crying as well, tears of joy. Almost finished with season 13. And once Classic is finished, I'll be rewatching NuWho, and then listening to all of Big Finish. And if by some miracle I ever catch up on all of Big Finish, well there's a shit ton of novels and comics to read. The Doctor Who train never stops, /who/. It never stops.
It'll be bittersweet for me. I've only got a season and a half of Colin Baker, McCoy era, and the TV movie to go for TV stuff. I've started with Five and Nyssa's audios too, listened to Land of the Dead, Winter for the Adept and Mutant Phase. I'm enjoying it, but I just prefer a visual medium for the most part so having no more new episodes to watch is gonna make me a little sad. But yeah, it's far from being all over. I have plenty of audios, books, never saw Torchwood and SJA so I'll watch that when I rewatch NuWho, and new Capaldi episodes eventually. Feels pretty good.
>listening to ear stories
Look at him and laugh.
Yeah, there is an allusion made when the Slitheen disguised as acting Prime Minister appears on TV warning of alien WMDs which can be deployed in 45 seconds. The Doctor seemed to recognise it.
Capaldi looks god awful in a lot of these promo shots.
What the hell is his expression supposed to be here? He looks like hes taking a shit.
Here we see Nick briggs and dan starkey moments before their reenactment of Bob Kennedy's Assassination.
Some old guy and Jamie
i kid, kid
Some tweets from Jamie Mathieson's live commentary of MOTOE at GallifreyOne.
Sophie's legs and the briggs sitting like a poof.
John unrolling his condoms for the weekend, lest we forget what he likes to do on grindr on off times during convention gigs.
And that's ellis george next to briggs looking bored so yes?
Super tall guy is Ross Mullan (played The Teller), the guy next to Mathieson is DAnny Hargreaves (SFX guy, blows shit up alot)the short haired woman next to Dan Starkey is Rachel Talalay.
I lost the collage in a computer crash last night ;_:
i've stolen all of these from twatters.
Jesus christ I didn't realize he was so tall
>Posting that shitty shop that makes 12 look hover hand beta and not mysterious at all.
>A cheap-looking reeplacement for the Tardis
>That means the BBC has no budget for Series 9
>If they have no budget then they'll probably record the episodes on someone's basement to save money
>Paul McGann recorded his episodes on his basement
The more you cross your eyes, the more your eyes are crossed.
Davies shows up. He pulls down his pants. You press the sound button. poo dada do dada. Tennant is laughing. Then Capaldi jumps through the time warp while Hartnell is head bopping down the stream to the water land in which 12 lands on the old Tardis which of course causes the creak but IT WAS A TWIST because 12 was not the 12 we all know and love but in fact it was a 12 that 12 12 12 in the 12. So it was quite weird.
They should have put McGann in a wig, he has the worst hair of any Doctor