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Old 02-20-2014, 01:02 PM   #91 (permalink)
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I love the fact that all his guards all wear a cape, a beret and all have the same moustache.
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I think the Royal Navy helping with the story really added to it. Makes a change to see a whole sqaud of soldiers instead of the same ones dying 4 or 5 times an episode.
It certainly made a change instead of featuring UNIT. I found that in the end the Pertwee era had completely overdosed on UNIT.
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Old 02-20-2014, 02:10 PM   #92 (permalink)
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The Runaway Bride?
I loved The Runaway Bride, as the Racnoss was a good monster and there were some quality lines in it.

"God, she's thick! Months I've had to put up with her, months! A woman who can't even point to Germany on a map!"

"And then I was stuck with a woman who thinks the height of excitement is a new flavour Pringle!"

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Donna: This friend of yours, just before she left, did she punch you in the face?"
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Old 02-20-2014, 02:31 PM   #93 (permalink)
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I loved The Runaway Bride, as the Racnoss was a good monster and there were some quality lines in it.

"God, she's thick! Months I've had to put up with her, months! A woman who can't even point to Germany on a map!"

"And then I was stuck with a woman who thinks the height of excitement is a new flavour Pringle!"

"Doctor: [scanning Donna with his sonic screwdriver] Weird. I mean, you're not special. You're not powerful. You're not connected. You're not clever. You're not important.
Donna: This friend of yours, just before she left, did she punch you in the face?"
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Old 02-20-2014, 03:07 PM   #94 (permalink)
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That was sublime.

In my opinion, out of the newer series (since the rebirth in 2005), series 4 was definitely the most fun to watch. Not the best series, but the most fun.

Watching that has made me want to go and dig out my old series 2/3/4 DVDs, it's been a long time since I've given them a watch.
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3's always been my favourite but that's because I have a soft spot for Martha, but Catherine Tate was far far better than I ever thought she would be. Also I grew up watching Bernard Cribbins on TV so I loved anything with him in.
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3's always been my favourite but that's because I have a soft spot for Martha, but Catherine Tate was far far better than I ever thought she would be. Also I grew up watching Bernard Cribbins on TV so I loved anything with him in.
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I used to have that on a childrens record, not when he recorded it, I'm not that old.
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and the Dalek movie he was in.
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and the Dalek movie he was in.
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Ow noes.

And I think I saw that Dalek movie, ages ago. Was it one where they were in London? I might have just imagined that.
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What a bunch of bastards it's only a f*cking womble, fixed it now.

There were 2 Dalek movies, he was in the 2nd one in London.

And he gets some comedy into it.

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I swear to God the BBC better make this happen...

Peter Jackson Doctor Who discussions "kind of serious"



Those talks about Peter Jackson going behind the camera on Doctor Who? They might be more than just hot air...

Granted, it's not the firmest statement of intent, but Who fan Peter Jackson saying that discussions about his directing an episode or two of Doctor Who are "actually kind of serious" is encouragement enough for us.

Speaking at The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug European junket, Jackson told journalists, "I would be very happy to. I'd love to try my hand at television, because I've never had the discipline of having to shoot for those impossibly tiny schedules. I think I could do it okay now."

There followed some jokey talk about a potentially New Zealand-set Jackson-directed episode featuring a face-off between the Daleks and the All Blacks.

If all this came to anything, it wouldn't be until series nine, or perhaps even ten, taking into account Jackson's packed Hobbit schedule. We know his fee wouldn't bankrupt the BBC, as he's asked to take his payment in the form of a Dalek. Come on, powers that be, make this so.
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