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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby HJH on Wed Sep 09, 2009 5:08 pm

Do we know who the next assistant is?
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Iceman on Thu Sep 10, 2009 1:19 am

Yes. It is posted in the spoiler section. You should venture in there. There is some damn good stuff. :D
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Iceman on Tue Jan 05, 2010 4:09 am

For those that watch the show "Better Off Ted" (Probably no one, as the show is better off dead) but in one episode some dude goes into a basement that has a bunch of robot parts, and you can see a Dalek in there.

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http://geeksofdoom.com/2010/01/02/i-spy ... r-off-ted/

I guess one of the writers is a fan :P
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Joshua on Tue Jan 05, 2010 1:26 pm

Lol that's awesome :P
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Sandiwich11 on Thu Jan 07, 2010 4:37 pm

hehehe, awesome. I know that Who has had a cult following in the US for a long time, maybe they are coming out of the woodwork now it's becoming more mainstream out there?
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Bella on Tue Mar 16, 2010 10:18 am

sandi wrote:hehehe, awesome. I know that Who has had a cult following in the US for a long time, maybe they are coming out of the woodwork now it's becoming more mainstream out there?


Yup, mostly amongst people who are plugged in on the Internet, since it tends to be word of mouth.
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Dreyesbo on Mon Jun 28, 2010 9:38 pm

Just rewatched 1.04

The Doctor wrote:I don't do families


Well, I guess that just changed :PP
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Dreyesbo on Tue Jul 13, 2010 2:58 am

I've been enlightening my brother, by showing him Doctor Who. This is his first show (Bakugan, iCarly, and whatever kids are watching these days don't count). We watched the S1 finale today.

I just wanted to say that I loved, when the AnnDroid "killed" Rose, he gaped. And when Jack discovered Rose was alive, he smiled.

I just love how Doctor Who can appeal to children that way :D
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Iceman on Tue Jul 13, 2010 3:07 am

Dreyesbo wrote:I've been enlightening my brother, by showing him Doctor Who. This is his first show (Bakugan, iCarly, and whatever kids are watching these days don't count). We watched the S1 finale today.

I just wanted to say that I loved, when the AnnDroid "killed" Rose, he gaped. And when Jack discovered Rose was alive, he smiled.

I just love how Doctor Who can appeal to children that way :D

Yep. Doctor Who is made for families. It always has been. Thats why 1.04 and 1.05 work with some people. Kids love farting aliens :P
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Rodders on Tue Jul 13, 2010 9:20 am

As scary as it can be, but little brother loves Doctor Who. He does get scared of the Daleks and the Angels though. We went to the Doctor Who event in a near-by town, it was an un-official thing, but people were dressed up. There was a life-sized Dalek there and he wouldn't go near, bless him. But even though he's scared, we watch it as a family on a saturday night :)
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Nuggen on Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:23 am

We are letting our kids watch *some* of them. Anything with weeping angels are out. Or else I'll have to take down our home altar with all our saints statues on them. They would FREAK OUT! :scared:
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Sandiwich11 on Tue Aug 31, 2010 1:05 pm

Doctor has come third in a recent survey of 'Best Programs' on British TV :thumbsup:

Big Brother has been voted the worst show in British television history.

A poll reveals 44% of us would rather leave the room than watch the reality show, currently in its final series on Channel 4.

Top Gear was named the best programme in Britain, just ahead of US crime drama CSI and Doctor Who.

The TV Nation 2010 survey of 2,000 adults, commissioned by the Radio Times and website SeeSaw, also found that 60% wanted more dramas and documentaries compared to just 5% wanting more I'm a Celebrity... style shows.

David Attenborough was named as the country's most trusted broadcaster, while Jonathan Ross was the one people would least like to invite to a dinner party.


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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Sandiwich11 on Tue Sep 21, 2010 2:26 pm

Voting has started on the NTA Awards, Doctor Who is up against Sherlock :O You can vote here - http://www.nationaltvawards.com/vote
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Joshua on Sat Sep 25, 2010 2:25 am

Check out Tish Jones (Martha's sister) in new Abrams show, Undercovers.

Or rather, don't.

Really. Don't.
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Re: [DW] The all-purpose Doctor Who (new series) thread

Postby Dreyesbo on Thu Jun 16, 2011 6:50 am

Just popping in here to remind everyone what a brilliant episode Blink was.

Now, with 11, I really want Sally Sparrow to be a companion.
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