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  • #108245
    pfm
    Participant

    Even if RTD suggests the Woman is the Doctor’s mother this is obviously not canon until it’s included in an episode sooooooo another writer could turn her into Susan, Romana, his daughter, anyone they liked.

    #108247
    Phil1034
    Participant

    > God, yes.

    Done.

    #108249

    I don’t like the idea of it being his mother. I don’t understand why seeing his mother would make him come to the decision to send the Time Lords back. I know I wasn’t confused when I was watching it, but looking back I’m really confused by the ending to that whole scenario and it isn’t helped by the faulty memory card in my brain. I know it’s open to interpretation but I don’t have ANY interpretation. I’m going to have to steal one from one of you guys, hope you don’t mind :).

    #108250
    pfm
    Participant

    > I don?t understand why seeing his mother would make him come to the decision to send the Time Lords back.

    Well, aside from her giving him the subtle nod to do it, if you were contemplating acting like a complete psycho by gunning down the Lord President to assume his mantle, seeing your mum there all of a sudden would probably make you think twice. She didn’t bring him up to behave like that!

    #108251

    Oh, I didn’t notice the nod. I don’t have the means to watch it again until I buy the DVD, which will be a while as I’m currently saving up for a banjo.

    #108255
    ChrisM
    Participant

    >She didn?t bring him up to behave like that!

    Actually from the exchanges with Wilf, I got the impression she meant that gun to be used, and that she thought The Doctor would have to kill.

    Of course she didn’t realise how it would all turn out, so I think you’re right that she gave The Doctor her affirmation that he should go ahead and send them all back.

    #108256
    JamesTC
    Participant

    >RTD confirms in The Writer?s Tale 2 : Electric Boogaloo that it is THE Rassilon, and that the Time Lords basically just brought back EVERYONE to fight in the Time War (including the Doctor?s mother).

    Yeh but that wasn’t said on the episode.

    #108258
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    > Yeh but that wasn?t said on the episode.

    Then it’s not canon. Because if it isn’t said on screen it doesn’t count, right?

    You hear that, Shada? You don’t count!

    #108259
    JamesTC
    Participant

    I never said screen, I said on the episode, comics have episodes, audios have episodes, ‘Shada’ has 12 episodes including the TV version and audio.

    Plus as I said before, Who has no canon in the prime sense of the word, nobody will ever agree on the canon, you’ll always have that one guy shouting “Paul McGann isn’t canon”. All you have is a personal continuity if you really care.

    #108260
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    >Yeh but that wasn?t said on the episode.

    Neither was any of the stuff you mention from the audio dramas.

    #108262
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Talking about Doctor Who canon is the most meaningless exercise in the entire world.

    #108263
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    No, it’s the second most meaningless. After discussing series numbering.

    #108264
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Are you *trying* to spark off another conversation about something you told everyone to shut up about?

    #108265
    Andrew
    Participant

    Now hang on, this is only the fourth time this conversation has come up. Or is it a continuation, since it’s in the same thread as the second conversation happened? Just how ARE we going to number our discussions about series numbering?

    #108267
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    >>Worth getting if you?ve already got the first one?
    >God, yes.

    One thing I was surprised and disappointed by, was the move away from “Coffee table format” to “regular book shape format”. This is undoubtedly to keep the costs down, but it’s at least 248 times less pretty and as well presented than the first volume.

    #108268
    Alex
    Participant

    Frankly ?Zagreus? having Rassilon killed doesn?t really effect the new series because the guy Tennant calls Rassilon is never actually confirmed as THE Rassilon and even if he is then the Time Lords could have just brought him back using the Matrix.

    It’s been a long time since i listened to it but I thought that he was just traped in the diivergent universe rather than being killed. Rassilion hasn’t ever been killed in any Big Finish has he? I hope not as I really don’t want to have to go back through McGann’s third season just to correct my memory.

    #108270

    Ah I must be wrong then. In that case, I’m happy :).

    #108553
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster
    #108555
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    Nice to see, although I hope it doesn’t rule him out of ever playing the Doctor (hopefully the Rule of Colin Baker will stand. And I don’t mean the one about segregation).

    #108556
    TheLeen
    Participant
    #108559
    pfm
    Participant

    > Talking about Doctor Who canon is the most meaningless exercise in the entire world.

    No, that prize goes to actually listening to or reading non-canonical material!

    > No, it?s the second most meaningless. After discussing series numbering.

    No, the second most meaningless exercise is telling people the series number DOESN’T matter when it blatantly DOES.

    > although I hope it doesn?t rule him out of ever playing the Doctor

    Never gonna happen. He’s too big a name/well-known face and, yes, at 60 he’s too old(!!!). Though I wish his guest role was a bit more substantial than what he’s been given (OK it still might be a great role but I would rather he had been the main guest star of an episode)

    #108560
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    > Though I wish his guest role was a bit more substantial than what he?s been given

    Well, we don’t know how big the role will be in the episode. Also, one thing I’ve learned from dipping into some of the set reports is that a lot of characters seem to be turning up in all sorts of episodes.

    #108569
    pfm
    Participant

    If you look at it a certain way they’re almost suggesting he plays an older version of the 11th Doctor. That’s probably not the case but, on another note, I think that would be a brilliantly different way for an incarnation to go out, to see him physically age into an old man, emerge from the Tardis and it’s been something like 200 years of his time and nothing for us.

    Never mind everyone freaking over what 10th Doctor did in those weeks/months between the end of Waters of Mars and going to the Ood Sphere. What if he’d had 200 years of off-screen adventures, maybe even all away from Earth?? An elderly 11th Doctor staggers from the Tardis into the arms of a young River Song. She’s in her teens, played by a different actress, this is the first time she meets him. He’s going to die, good and proper, no regen, not this time, it’s all over, he’s decided. He whispers his real name into River’s ear, always knowing that would be his last act before he died. These words carry his very life force into her, embodied with sweet timey-wimey goodness. She comes as the old man collapses in her arms. Fact.

    #108611
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    Confirmed episode titles from DWM:

    Ep1. The Eleventh Hour by Stephen Moffat
    Ep2. The Beast Below by Stephen Moffat
    Ep3. Victory of the Daleks by Mark Gatiss

    Lovely stuff.

    #108617
    Ian Symes
    Keymaster

    Victory of the Daleks is superb.

    #108619
    Tarka Dal
    Participant

    Indeed, presumably a nod to the time its set in.

    #108624
    Alex
    Participant

    I have to say I really like ‘The Eleventh Hour’ too. Nice touch.

    #108645
    pfm
    Participant

    I think we have the right to get VERY excited about the first half of this series. If it isn’t the best ever episodes 1-6 run, or at least the best since series 1, I will be most disappointed. I still believe Aliens of London/WW3 is the best first-half 2-parter so far. If I was forced to watch one of them right now it would be that. Honestly, I don’t care if I never see Rise of the Cybes/Age of Steel, Daleks In Manhattan or the Sontaran Strategem 2-parters EVER again!

    #108649
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    >I still believe Aliens of London/WW3 is the best first-half 2-parter so far.

    This is this: entirely correct.

    #108653
    TheLeen
    Participant

    Meh.

    #108654
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    It’s not exactly tough competition is it? Y’know, on account of them all being shite. But I’d still say that’s third in the line. Daleks in Manhattan being the absolute nadir, and the other two being marginally better due to a lack of farting aliens.

    #108656
    John Hoare
    Participant

    I have really good memories of the Cyberman two-parter… but I only saw it once, when it was on. I remember Cappsy saying he loved it at first, and then it completely fell apart for him on a rewatch.

    I don’t think anything would stop The Lion Sleeps Tonight bit being one of my favourite bits of New Who, though. Gloriously unpleasant for Saturday night viewing.

    I really need to get the other boxsets. Still only got the first series, stupidly.

    #108662
    pfm
    Participant

    Series 2 is pretty bad apart from 3 or 4 episodes, though we should be thankful it wasn’t any worse. RTD had to reel off Tooth & Claw so quickly, iirc, and then we know he did plenty of saving on the Cybes 2-parter and The Impossible Planet/Satan Pit. Only Moffat had things in order, with The Girl In The Fireplace, which just made everything else look like the sub-par material it was.

    #108663
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Series 2 was terrible save for Moffat’s stuff and The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit. My least favourite series, overall.

    #108665
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    The finale was great at the time, but in retrospect it doesn’t hold up quite as well (watched all of s2 recently on a run-through of the whole thing). Still some great moments, though.

    #108666
    Jonsmad
    Participant

    I like the Eleventh Hour as a title. Especially if it’s set just after the end of The End Of Time. It makes a good double meaning. And victory of the daleks is great. Is the beast below the sea monsters one?

    #108673
    Somebody
    Participant

    New New Series 2/Old New Series 6/Old Old Series 32/Doc 11 S2/2011 series news: Neil Gaiman’s confirmed he’s writing an episode for it.

    #108675
    Somebody
    Participant

    Okay, since the post I made last night seems to be stuck in the mod queue, I’ll try posting without a link:

    Neil Gaiman’s announced that he IS writing an episode of DW to air in 14 months time (i.e., the series after next).

    #108678
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    Series 5 has got Chibnall. Series 6 has got Gaiman. Can we just have series 6 now, please?

    #108692
    Ian Symes
    Keymaster

    With Russell gone, there has to be at least one Gaiman writing Doctor Who.

    (Gay man.)

    #108693
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    GAI AGENDA!!!!111

    #108695
    si
    Participant

    Will Stephen Fry ever write that episode we were promised all those years ago?

    #108696
    Alex
    Participant

    Will Stephen Fry ever write that episode we were promised all those years ago?

    He said recently he’d like to, time and offer permitting.

    #108702
    pfm
    Participant

    Gay.

    #108875
    TheLeen
    Participant
    #108876
    Ian Symes
    Keymaster

    It’s your own fault for being German.

    #108877
    Alex
    Participant

    Well you’ll only miss it in 3D as by 7 tonight the trailer will no doubt be readily avalible on all manner of sites, and to be honest, seeing as they’ve added the effect afterwards and not designed it with 3D in mind from the start I doubt you’ll miss all that much.

    #108882
    Alex
    Participant

    Script extract up on Blogger Who from Vampires Of Venice. Slight charecter spoilers about Amy and Rory but nothing that hasn’t already been guessed elsewhere.

    http://blogtorwho.blogspot.com/2010/02/vampires-of-venice-script-excerpt.html

    #108883
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    The “trailer” was more like a teaser, really. We saw more of the series back in January. A bit of an odd way of doing things, but I liked it.

    #108884
    Alex
    Participant

    That was? ok. I can?t stretch to much more than that. I think the main thing that seemed odd to me was the music. Having seen it now though it probibly would benifit from being viewed in 3D afterall.

    #108885
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I thought it was very weak and more than a little bizarre.

    #108886
    ChrisM
    Participant

    I saw an article in the Daily Star* concerning the end of series finale.
    Possible spoilers ahead:

    Supposedly (emphasis on ‘supposedly’, bearing in mind the source) it’ll feature a big alien invasion featuring The Daleks, The Cybermen and The Sontarans.

    (Ok, one quick search later, here is the article.)

    I’m not sure how I feel about that if it’s true, particularly considering the big-build-up-quick-unsatisfying-resolution history New Who is known for. (I still remember that big cosmic vacuum cleaner from the time The Daleks and Cybermen were last at it. So to speak. Oo-er.)

    *I’d like to add here that I don’t make a habit of reading that paper. It actually makes the Sun look classy! I’ve spent the last 3 weeks on a New Deal job-search course, and when all the computers are taken and the job-ads in the papers are perused… well, there’s lots of time to kill. That’s my excuse anyway. (I didn’t buy it. It was just there. Although there were no job ads inside. Lots of ‘sensual massage’ ads though.)

    Edit- The news about new Torchwood online comic could be interesting though. I hope they do produce a proper series at some point though.

    #108887
    Alex
    Participant

    I believe there is some truth to the Sontarans and Daleks in the last 2 episodes (Briggs and Ryan were spotted I believe), however the story they suggest they feature in sounds very much like the Daily Star have been reading wild speculation on Galifrey Base.

    #108892
    Tarka Dal
    Participant

    Hmm. Fair is fair, that’s the first bit of Moffat-era that hasn’t excited me at all. I love the opening shot. It’s a bit Gregory’s Girl, well very Gregory’s girl. However the dialogue is bluergh, the ‘tunnel’ looks like CG from 10 years ago and the whole thing is a bit Sarah-Jane. Which of course is fine for Sarah Jane, but I want a bit more from Who.

    #108894
    Tarka Dal
    Participant

    > Daleks in Manhattan

    I like the Dalek two-parter, albeit I appear to be the only one.

    #108897
    Alex
    Participant

    I like the Dalek two-parter, albeit I appear to be the only one.

    I wouldn?t say that it’s disastrously bad. It?s hardly standout, but I certainly don?t think it?s the blight on the series that some seem to.

    #108898
    Somebody
    Participant

    > I thought [the new trailer] was very weak and more than a little bizarre.

    Agreed (and I’m very surprised to hear that putting it in 3D was an afterthought, to look at it).

    One of the weakest points for me, compared to the equivalent trailers from previous series (“D’y wanna come with me?”, “Think you’ve seen it all?”, “I’m a Doctor/I’m The Doctor”, “There are things… waiting in the darkness.”) is the lack of a running dialogue. This thing’s ALL visual, and more than a bit random – you could have bunged the earlier trailers on the radio and basically have followed them. This one… not so much.

    #108902
    Jonsmad
    Participant

    Yeah and it’s hard to care really about the close eye contact of characters we’ve not really met yet. But it had a good line. More excited by the first scene and the trailer at the end of the last episode though. So when is easter this year?

    #108903
    pfm
    Participant

    > So when is easter this year?

    3rd April is episode 1, ‘The Eleventh Hour’, confirmed broadcast date.

    Btw it’s highly likely there’ll be another more standard trailer around 2 weeks before then, though this crazy 3D one is probably our ‘do you wanna come with me?’ moment (I still love that trailer, in fact I want to see that series even though we already DID see it!).

    We can glean from the trailer that there will be attraction of some kind between Amy and the Doctor. Frankly, it would just be weird if the Doctor didn’t fancy Amy to a certain degree. Gorgeous much. And Amy may well love the danger of the Doctor and his lifestyle, pulling her away from her fiance, Rory. They’re hardly gonna be frakking each other’s brains out, but having that tension there will be a huge plus point.

    #108906
    TheLeen
    Participant

    It?s your own fault for being German.

    Well done Ian. ;p

    Having seen the new teasretrailerthing I now know that I don’t need to see it in 3D.

    #108910
    ChrisM
    Participant

    Frankly, it would just be weird if the Doctor didn?t fancy Amy to a certain degree. Gorgeous much.

    Yeah. That theme is getting a bit repetitive though. (Granted with Martha it was all a bit one-sided. And Donna wasn’t interested…)

    #108911
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    It’d be quite funny if the Doctor fancied Amy but she wasn’t interested in him in the slighest.

    Besides, rumours about Whithouse’s episode suggest she might be a bit too preoccupied for any of that sort of thing, anyway…

    #108912
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    It doesn’t seem to be Moffat’s style to have a ‘fancying’ storyline with the Doctor and companion and as Chris said, that’s been done to death by now. Any romance involving the Doctor will surely be centred around him and River Song.

    #108937
    pfm
    Participant

    Well if I were Moffat I would be playing it as they do fancy each other but it can’t happen because Amy is getting married to Rory, who she really does love (unlike with Rose and Mickey) and also the Doctor has promised himself he’ll never be romantically involved with a companion ever again.

    #108944
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Bloody good thing you’re not Moffat, then.

    #109006
    steven87gill
    Participant

    New season 5 filming piccies courtesy of alun vega on flickr :):)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/alun_vega/

    #109099
    Alex
    Participant

    Admittedly not new who, but there?s not really anywhere appropriate on Unlimited Rice Pudding for it. Interesting for anyone that listens to Big Finish. From Tom’s website:

    I have just accepted to do a Doctor Who adventure for BIG FINISH. I also hope that will lead to other scripts for them.

    http://www.tom-baker.co.uk/forum/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=201

    It should be pointed out though that Barnaby Edwards says he has heard nothing of this.

    #109102
    pfm
    Participant

    Cybermen return confirmed!! From the twitter updates from tonight’s press screening of ‘The Eleventh Hour’, where they seem to have thrown in a new series trailer for good measure! Also, it’s being reported the episode itself shows flashes of all 10 Doctors in a ‘Next Doctor’ type way. Damn this is the kind of thing I didn’t want to know even though I’m reading every spoiler going…

    Bring them the heck on. Come on, Moffat, let’s see what you’ve got!!!

    #109103
    Carlito
    Participant

    I have only seen the Chris Ecclestone episodes… but over the last couple weeks, I watched every episode of Torchwood and read The Writer’s Tale Final Chapter… so that gives me how long to watch every Tennant episode before the new one starts? Two weeks? Yikes…

    #109105
    Alex
    Participant

    Blogger Who have a clip up from the first episode. Having seen it, (with it being the first time we’ve really seen Matt performing properly in an episode rather than a speciallly made trailer or a montage,) i’m starting to see why Moffat was so taken with him.

    #109107
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    Matt Smith is like a bloke in his fifties acting like a bloke in his twenties, rather than the other way round. Weird but interesting… still getting the Crispin Glover vibe.

    #109108
    pfm
    Participant

    > so that gives me how long to watch every Tennant episode before the new one starts? Two weeks? Yikes?

    Pleeease don’t watch every episode, unless you want to experience a pretty depressing fortnight…

    Just make sure you check out the good ones like The Girl In The Fireplace, The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit, The Runaway Bride, Smith & Jones, Blink, Utopia, Silence In The Library/Forest of the Dead, Midnight etc.

    #109109
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    > Pleeease don?t watch every episode, unless you want to experience a pretty depressing fortnight?

    You are consistently wrong. Please stop doing that.

    #109110
    Carlito
    Participant

    Well, most people told me Torchwood wasn’t worth bothering with (someone on here – can’t remember who – told me to skip series 1 and 2 and just watch Children of Earth!) but I’ve really enjoyed pretty much every episode…

    and there wasn’t an episode of Ecclestone Who I didn’t like either…

    so I guess I’ll be a glutton for punishment and watch them all.

    #109112
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    Blimey. If you pretty much enjoyed every episode of Torchwood, you should defnitely try and squeeze in every episode of Tennant’s Doctor Who. You’ll proabably even enjoy Fear Her.

    #109115
    redhead85
    Participant

    > You?ll proabably even enjoy Fear Her.

    *shudder*

    #109116
    ChrisM
    Participant

    DoG did a spoiler-free review for episode 1 a short while ago.

    They’re basic verdict seems to be, ‘good as an opener, but people expecting the tone to be drastically different from RTD’s Who will be disappointed’. (I’m not one of them by the way. I wasn’t keen on a lot of RTD’s plot resolutions, but I didn’t have that much problem with the overall tone. Apart from the hero worship stuff.)

    #109117
    Jonathan Capps
    Keymaster

    I wouldn’t trust DoG too much, as they failed to notice the title sequence they describe as being similar to the old, is in fact the old one revamped a bit for use in the press screening, and we’re getting the proper one on broadcast.

    #109118
    ChrisM
    Participant

    They did mention that all the effects,etc, weren’t quite up to date.

    And I was more interested in their view of the story really. Not that mine will necessarily be the same, but I think I’d be reasonably happy if it’s like what they described.

    #109119
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Den of Geek are a confederacy of dunces. As, by the way, are Digital Spy, who are doing stupid things like Alex

    Participant

    Den of Geek are a confederacy of dunces. As, by the way, are Digital Spy, who are doing stupid things like telling everybody that David Tennant has a cameo when it?s all the more likely he appears in a flashback or a ?The Next Doctor?-esque recall moment.

    Digital Spy do however have this:
    http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/cult/s7/doctor-who/news/a209692/the-second-who-series-five-trailer.html

    Marvellous.*

    (*Or Moffat’s new one: ‘Gorgeous’)

    #109122
    pfm
    Participant

    > (someone on here – can?t remember who – told me to skip series 1 and 2 and just watch Children of Earth!) but I?ve really enjoyed pretty much every episode?

    There are only a couple of Torchwood episodes that I really didn’t like as opposed to several more new Who ones. Children of Earth was probably the biggest thing RTD has been involved that wasn’t at least 50% a mess (TEOT I’m looking at you). Stuff like the Cybermen 2-parter, the Daleks 2-parter, The Doctor’s Daughter, 42, Fear Her, Last of the Time Lords, The Idiot’s Lantern – I never want to see those episodes EVER again. I can’t say that about any Torchwood.

    Btw it’s worth noting that people are allowed to have opinions that differ. Last time I checked…

    #109086
    Carlito
    Participant

    The only Torchwood episode that pissed me off – from the top of my head – was the fairies at the bottom of the garden. That’s the one that stands out… liked the rest.

    #109124
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Y’see, I think that’s the strongest episode of the first season. The worst episode of Torchwood is clearly “Cyberwoman”.

    #109125
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    Nah, it’s the one where that weird thing happens in Cardiff.

    #109126
    Ian Symes
    Keymaster

    Random Shoes is pretty much the worst thing ever broadcast.

    #109128
    Ben Paddon
    Participant

    Random Shoes has some good ideas in there, and for that I can forgive it.

    #109133
    pfm
    Participant

    > Random Shoes is pretty much the worst thing ever broadcast.

    This. Well, there have obviously been worse things broadcast (Take Me Out with Paddy McGuiness…??), I’ve just turned them off.

    #109134
    Seb Patrick
    Keymaster

    >Random Shoes has some good ideas in there

    The main one, of course, having been nicked from the far superior Love & Monsters.

    #109135
    John Hoare
    Participant

    Can’t speak for the rest of the episode – I barely remember most of it – but the ending of Random Shoes had me and Tanya jeering at the screen and then collapsing into hysterics.

    #109181
    Alex
    Participant

    Tardis interior revealed:
    http://www.radiotimes.com/content/features/galleries/doctor-who-exclusive-look-inside-the-new-tardis/03/

    And episode 7 is called Amy’s Choice apparently.

    #109182
    pfm
    Participant

    It’s crazily brilliant, evoking both classic (right back to Hartnell) and 2005-era console rooms, though I don’t know whether it has the same iconic feel that IMO the RTD one had. Well, if you think of the trailer shots of Chris and Billie standing in the Tardis it definitely felt iconic then. Matt and Karen seem a little out of place in this new console room. Obviously I’m being picky, but I wonder whether the original ‘pirate-y’ costume they had lined up for Matt was more suited to this interior.

    Whatever, just look at the SIZE of it. And how many friggin stairs does a Time Lord need?? Maybe they took one look at Karen’s legs and though ‘yep, more stairs, oh and a glass floor…’ I can’t wait to get a closer look at the console itself and ofc the Time Rotor in action. Hope we see at least one other room this series. They can’t do that to us, put in two(?) doorways to other rooms and never show them.

    #109211
    Jonsmad
    Participant

    It’s Saturday. Bring on the new era. :-) Cant wait.

    #109213
    Carlito
    Participant

    I’ve been plodding my way through the RTD era over the past month or two. I really wanted to watch them all before the new series started but I had nowhere near enough spare time. So do I hold off on tonight’s episode until I’ve finished the RTD era? Or do I just watch it anyway?

    I mean, I’m fairly confident it will be completely standalone and accessible to first-time viewers, therefore it is not likely to contain any spoilers or ruin my watching of the old episodes in any way at all… but it may just muddy the waters a little… I dunno…

    #109214
    Carlito
    Participant

    I’ve been plodding my way through the RTD era over the past month or two. I really wanted to watch them all before the new series started but I had nowhere near enough spare time. So do I hold off on tonight’s episode until I’ve finished the RTD era? Or do I just watch it anyway?

    I mean, I’m fairly confident it will be completely standalone and accessible to first-time viewers, therefore it is not likely to contain any spoilers or ruin my watching of the old episodes in any way at all… but it may just muddy the waters a little… I dunno…

    #109215
    Muzzy
    Participant

    Definately watch it. I seriously doubt it’ll affect your enjoyment of the rest of RTD at all. 10 minutes!!!!

    #109216
    Pete Part Three
    Participant

    Good luck, everybody, here it comes!

    #109217
    Kris Carter
    Participant

    That was GREAT! Apart from the theme tune! Which needed to be faster. But everything else was great!

    And Amy Pond all grown up, in a policewoman’s outfit.. I would wreck that.

    #109218
    Carlito
    Participant

    I second your latter sentiment.

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    ori-STUDFARM
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    I really enjoyed that…and it looks as though it will only get better judging by the final montage of things to come. :D

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