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#102 Sep 19 2011 at 2:18 AM Rating: Good
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I seem to recall that Rory doesn't remember the 2000 years he waited most of the time. As he described it, it's like a door in his mind that he can only occasionally open.


It seems to be more of a passive memory, more of an echo than anything. If he actively thinks about it, he can open that door and remember every second, but otherwise (probably as a defense mechanism) his mind suppresses the memories.

At least that's how I understood it.

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#103 Sep 24 2011 at 9:31 PM Rating: Decent
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This week was a pretty lame episode with a very interesting ending. Next week is sure to be good, though I have a feeling that it will end in a cliffhanger.
#104 Sep 24 2011 at 11:12 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah what a waste of a episode. Really a filler eipsode of the doctor with River would had be much better. They could had done Jim the fish least it woulda tied the first to the last a little before the ending.
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Just to add looking like we will be going for a long time till season 7. Seen some post on TWoP that it will start in autumn of 2012.
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#106 Sep 25 2011 at 7:20 AM Rating: Good
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This week was a pretty lame episode with a very interesting ending. Next week is sure to be good, though I have a feeling that it will end in a cliffhanger.

It's Dr. Who. It always ends in a cliffhanger.
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#107 Sep 27 2011 at 12:08 PM Rating: Decent
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Still, this time I really do wonder how Doc is going to get out of it. They seemingly sealed all his exits, he's at this point pretty convinced he's going to die for real. A lot of hinting about it, just like with the whole minotaur episode, where at the end it refers to his death as a grand gift for a being that old. It doesn't seem like the thing the Doc can fix with his screwdriver, not this time. I hope anyway, it would be quite a letdown. For all we know, it might end with the actual death of the Doctor, that would be a shock for sure.
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I think we're going to get a "I knew my fate so I was able to change it" similar to how Amy Pond was able to release herself even though it was her fate to stay trapped in that containment facility for 37 years.

Though maybe that wasn't one of those "Fixed" points in time, whereas this is?

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#109 Sep 28 2011 at 4:03 PM Rating: Decent
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I think we're going to get a "I knew my fate so I was able to change it" similar to how Amy Pond was able to release herself even though it was her fate to stay trapped in that containment facility for 37 years.

Though maybe that wasn't one of those "Fixed" points in time, whereas this is?

Edited, Sep 27th 2011 10:13pm by MagingMartin


I thought it was, or at least referred to as being fixed. Still, there's a Christmas special planned (with bill bailey and alexander armstrong apparently, should be fun!), so they'll find a way.
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Seen this on TWoP that some guy pulled off screenrant.com it the rhyme from the end of closing time.


"Tick tock, goes the clock, and what then shall we see?

Tick tock, until the day, that thou shalt marry me

Tick tock, goes the clock and all the years they fly

Tick tock, and all to soon you and I must die

Tick tock, goes the clock, we laughed at fate and mourned her

Tick tock, goes the clock, even for the Doctor

Tick tock, goes the clock, he cradled her and he rocked her

Tick tock, goes the clock and what now shall we play?

Tick tock, goes the clock now summer`s gone away

Tick tock, goes the clock all the years they fly

Tick tock, and all to soon your love surely die

Tick tock, goes the clock, he cradled her and he rocked her

Tick tock, goes the clock, till River kills the Doctor

Doctor, brave and good, he turned away from violence

When he understood, the falling of the silence"




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#111 Oct 01 2011 at 5:47 PM Rating: Good
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I saw it coming half way through the episode. Awesome episode now for a long wait. Best part is the question that was in plain sight. I was wondering what it was then it became so obvious. One of the best episodes of the season, the middle was rather slow.
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#112 Oct 01 2011 at 6:30 PM Rating: Decent
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It was a good ending. It would have been better as a series finale with the Doctor actually dying. I knew they weren't actually going to kill him, but that is the way that he would go out.

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#113 Oct 01 2011 at 8:39 PM Rating: Good
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Best part is I called after LKH. Really crappy the whole question thing. The robot Doctor thing was kinda cute and make since why they introduced it in LKH(Moffat still doesn't get a pass on oit though).
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I'm a week behind in Oz. Amy Pond looks HAWT in an Eyedrive and longer hair.
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#115 Dec 30 2011 at 11:07 PM Rating: Good
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Christmas Special was terrible.
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#116 Dec 30 2011 at 11:56 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah it wasn't that great. Also Karen Gillan will be leaving the show too. Matt Smith said it on the Gram Norton show after it if you didn't stick around to watch that. These past couple specials and even seasons have been a little to light on the darker side of the Doctor.
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Yeah. The christmas special didn't do much for me. It's a christmas episode for crying out loud! It should be a happy fun holiday adventure. Not every episode needs to have monsters hiding in the dark.

Can we please go back to having fun, exciting adventures in time and space? I'm tired of all these creepy monsters in the dark and mind games we've been seeing for the past few seasons. That kind of thing is fine every once in a while but season after season of it is not what I signed up for when I started watching the show years back.
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It had some pretty funny parts though. I really liked his bit as the caretaker showing the kids around. This hammock has developed a fault.

And ignoring the absurdity of the opening scene, the bit on Earth between the Doctor (in the space suit) and Marge was fun. "Okay. Suddenly, the last 900 years of time travel seem a bit less secure." as she picks the lock on the "Tardis" with her hairpin.

I liked last years better. Especially the part where the old man is screaming at the doctor to show him the future, and he is. Turn around and himself as a child is standing behind him.
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#119 Jan 01 2012 at 12:59 PM Rating: Good
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It's definitely not the best of the Christmas specials so far for me. A very forced happy ending, although when the Doctor showed them around the house was quite funny.
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What a bunch of grinches! The glowing lights of the souls of the trees was magical and very christmassy. I loved that the forest needed a Mother to be reborn. I cried. I loved the ditzy, sad mother revealing how strong she was inside as a person, able to carry an entire forest in her mind, and see the space-time vortex.

I knew from the start of the episode that the husband would be saved by the Widow and the Doctor doing something timey-wimey. It was Christmas! It was just going to be a matter of how. It was the how that was interesting. I cried happy tears when they were reunited. Then I cried harder when the Doctor got to cry happy tears of his own at the end.

And who can't love an entire episode that is an homage to The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe?


It was all very symbolical and familily and mushy and I loved it!
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What a bunch of grinches! The glowing lights of the souls of the trees was magical and very christmassy. I loved that the forest needed a Mother to be reborn. I cried. I loved the ditzy, sad mother revealing how strong she was inside as a person, able to carry an entire forest in her mind, and see the space-time vortex.

I knew from the start of the episode that the husband would be saved by the Widow and the Doctor doing something timey-wimey. It was Christmas! It was just going to be a matter of how. It was the how that was interesting. I cried happy tears when they were reunited. Then I cried harder when the Doctor got to cry happy tears of his own at the end.

And who can't love an entire episode that is an homage to The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe?


It was all very symbolical and familily and mushy and I loved it!


That's the problem, it was more Hallmark family special than Doctor Who. They needed to make another special like the ones under Davies instead of this mediocrity.
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#122 Jan 02 2012 at 11:47 AM Rating: Decent
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Was it just my imagination, or did Amy look really freaking hot in this one?

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#123 Jan 02 2012 at 12:04 PM Rating: Good
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Was it just my imagination, or did Amy look really freakiing hot in this one?

She always looks pretty hot to me, so maybe it's just you.
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Was it just my imagination, or did Amy look really freaking hot in this one?

She always looks pretty hot to me, so maybe it's just you.


More so than usual.
#125 Jan 03 2012 at 2:23 AM Rating: Good
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Get your fill she won't be around much longer. Wonder who they will get to replace the ponds. Wouldn't mind anouther special like the run away bride or Titanic (can't remember the name)
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Necroing this thread the new companion was announced a couple of days ago linky

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Necroing this thread the new companion was announced a couple of days ago linky

http://www.bbcamerica.com/anglophenia/2012/03/so-who-is-jenna-louise-coleman-the-new-doctor-who-companion/


Why does she look like she's 16 when she's 24 years old? What witchcraft is this?

Edit: Apparently she was in the Captain America movie as "Connie". Maybe she was one of the two girls Rogers and Bucky went to the World's Fair with?

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#128 Mar 24 2012 at 6:24 PM Rating: Good
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Yeah she does look younger then 24 but that might be way she got the role appearing younger then her age is a good match for the Doctor. I think she might had been one of the girls with them at the Worlds fair.
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It appears that BBC America is starting up this Saturday. I am not sure if across the ocean they are already enjoying the new season or not. (I'd like to think that this day and age they could debut on the same day, but of course that doesn't happen).

They released a list of episode names for the first half of the season I believe. Including one about Angels in New York which has lead to some speculation about the possibility of the Statue of Liberty being a giant Weeping Angel...

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#130 Aug 27 2012 at 7:44 PM Rating: Good
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Do you know if you can watch Doctor Who on BBC America's website? Due to budgetary concerns I had to drop a lot of stations from my Satellite service.
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The season premiere was on yesterday in New York ... somewhere. I only know because Dan Slott gushes over it on Twitter. All. The. Time.
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#132 Aug 28 2012 at 7:51 PM Rating: Good
1. They had a season premiere screening in NYC last weekend, but the season itself doesn't start until this Saturday (including in Britain).

2. They do not put the episodes up on their website. If you are okay with downloading the episodes, you can use eztv, otherwise you're SOL without cable.

3. I am SO. EXCITED.
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I started watching Doctor Who earlier this summer. Just reached David Tennant's tenure, and I'm excited for that. By the time I get through the four other seasons, I'm sure this one will be readily available.
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Good luck going through four seasons in the next 36ish hours.

Saturday, 01 September, 9/8c BBCA, again according to Dan.
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Yeah, I was thinking two+ months.
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My girlfriend is one season behind and it's been hard enough trying to catch her up in time for tomorrow. We just started this week.
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I hear season 5 gets really depressing. Is it really depressing? Am I going to be depressed?

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Is season 5 the last Tennant, or the first Smith?
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First Smith season.
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Series 5 is the first one with Smith. It actually is a bit dark and ends with the Universe being destroyed a little. It does have one of the best episodes featuring the Weeping Angels though.

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Apparently a lot of people skip Eccleston's season. Having seen it, I'm appalled by this.
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Season 2, Episode 1 was ridiculously awesome. I'm super excited for Tennant's stint.
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First Smith season.

I didn't think it was depressing. Compared to the last Tennant season where he sets everything right, and then promptly dies.
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Doctor Who? I had to put a spoiler on the ?. That is the "question" that must never be answered. And in the premiere, it is the question that all the Daleks are now asking. Probably not a coincidence. Interesting enough.
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The writing and acting in the Eccleston series is **** fantastic. If you are at all familiar with all the ye olde adventure style Doctor Whos, it is even ten times better, as they deconstruct and critically examine Dr Who's lifestyle, and the carnage it can create amidst all his good intentions and running away. I have to say I rate Ecclestone and Tennant as my coequal favourite modern Dr Whos, with Smith as a distant third, even though he too gets some great writing, especially the River Song arc and the Neil Gaimon episode.

"Rose and the Heart of the Tardis" moment, which happens in an Eccleston episode, is one of my all time favourite moments in TV. Sorry to oldies to the thread, cause I said all that before.
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That Bad Wolf twist was awesome. I loved the finale...
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They could had done some cool stuff if the girl was taken as a new companion. Still a nice twist for a season opener.
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#148 Sep 30 2012 at 9:43 AM Rating: Good
Fall finale has aired, and Amy and Rory are gone. I have very mixed feelings about how they did it. On the one hand, I've always been partial to them and wanted them to be able to go home eventually, but I think they've done a good job in the past couple of episodes showing that that kind of life wouldn't have suited them anyway. It's always a risk for the companions that they won't get to escape the next adventure, so they successfully drove that point home as well. They kept Amy and Rory together (which, let's be honest, the uproar if they hadn't would have been too much for them to risk it), but I didn't feel like the two of them and the Doctor got to say a proper goodbye, even with the page in the book. Time now to look forward to the next companion I guess.

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I liked their ending. Rory couldn't escape. And Amy couldn't live without him. Creepy little Weeping Angel Cherubs are Creepy. Though I can't say I'm a fan of the one blowing out the candle while Rory was watching. I thought the idea was that the Angels ceased to actually exist as beings once they were being watched, that they were actually nothing more than statues then? Maybe I'm mistaken. The statue of liberty as a weeping angel was a bit... anti climactic. When I first heard the rumors I was hoping something else, not really it walking around the city all.. Stay Puff Marshmallow Man like.

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I have mixed feelings about their ending.


On the one hand, the ending itself was pretty good. I really liked how they forcibly separated Amy and Rory from the Doctor while still implying that they had a happy ending afterward.

On the other hand, the episode itself featured both River Song (bleh) AND Weeping Angels (double bleh.) For me that was two big strikes against it right from the start. (And the statue of liberty being an angel? Really? I waited the whole episode waiting for it, hoping it wouldn't happen, and then it did and it was just as stupid as I feared.)


Also, can we be done with Weeping Angels already? 'Blink' was a great episode, but as a recurring enemy they're pretty annoying.
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(And the statue of liberty being an angel? Really? I waited the whole episode waiting for it, hoping it wouldn't happen, and then it did and it was just as stupid as I feared.)


You waited the whole episode to see it? It showed it in the first 5 minutes. The first guy running from the angels and who saw himself die of old age in the bed (same as Rory) ran to the roof (same as Rory) and was the Statue of Liberty Angel (same as Rory). The entire scene at the end with Rory, Old Rory, and the Building was a duplicate of the opening five minutes with a different person. Until he jumps and dies of course, but ya.
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