Doctor Who Forums

Saturday 8:00 PM on BBC AmericaBetween Seasons

Mattpitt1991's Clubhouse (AKA General 'Who' Discussion)

  • Avatar of kennyljs

    kennyljs

    [101]Dec 30, 2005
    • member since: 06/07/05
    • level: 26
    • rank: Bow Flex
    • posts: 781
    none. Would just leave them alone as it is.or something like that.
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of IHateAshley

    IHateAshley

    [102]Dec 30, 2005
    • member since: 04/17/05
    • level: 5
    • rank: Caveman Lawyer
    • posts: 88
    eyeofhorus.org.uk is pretty good
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of mattpitt1991

    mattpitt1991

    [103]Jan 1, 2006
    • member since: 03/25/05
    • level: 32
    • rank: Whammy!
    • posts: 1,772
    Right, what's next on our random thread?...
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of kennyljs

    kennyljs

    [104]Jan 1, 2006
    • member since: 06/07/05
    • level: 26
    • rank: Bow Flex
    • posts: 781
    dunno....anything goes....heheheheh...
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [105]Jan 2, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    When did readers first realise that they were in love with the new series of Doctor Who?

    My realisation came during episode two when the Doctor gave that 'you lot you spend alll your lives worrying about death' speech.

    Classic Doctor Who if I've ever seen it.
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of MattZitron

    MattZitron

    [106]Jan 2, 2006
    • member since: 01/01/06
    • level: 1
    • rank: Weatherman
    • posts: 11
    I managed to see the pilot of the Eccelston ep before it aired, and loved it.

    BTW Lookit my Lego Dalek (with Snake Pliskeen from Escape From New York):

    http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/Quincy/Space/Daleks/dsc00537.jpg
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [107]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    Anyone looking forwrd to the new rush of British sci-fi on TV(Life on Mars, Hyperdrive, Jekyll?). Because I am!!!
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of sarahkpn

    sarahkpn

    [108]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/27/05
    • level: 10
    • rank: Holy Level 10!
    • posts: 1,730
    jackharkness wrote:
    When did readers first realise that they were in love with the new series of Doctor Who?

    My realisation came during episode two when the Doctor gave that 'you lot you spend alll your lives worrying about death' speech.

    Classic Doctor Who if I've ever seen it.


    After the first episode.
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of mattpitt1991

    mattpitt1991

    [109]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 03/25/05
    • level: 32
    • rank: Whammy!
    • posts: 1,772
    I don't think that a thread has been this long on the Doctor Who Forum...EVER!
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [110]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    OK, here's a good question: What do you all think Doctor Who will be like in 2056? I think RTD will write the 1000th Slitheen adventure, the 60th Doctor (his first season, after the shock retirement of the 59th doctor after 1 series, in fear of type-casting) will wear hip new clothes, RTD mite finally give into fan pressure regarding the Master, and the series finale will again feature a 'surprise' appearence by the Daleks. Nobody would ever expect any of that to happen! Oh, wait...
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of cooler31n

    cooler31n

    [111]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/22/05
    • level: 19
    • rank: Fall Guy
    • posts: 1,409
    jackharkness wrote:
    OK, here's a good question: What do you all think Doctor Who will be like in 2056? I think RTD will write the 1000th Slitheen adventure, the 60th Doctor (his first season, after the shock retirement of the 59th doctor after 1 series, in fear of type-casting) will wear hip new clothes, RTD mite finally give into fan pressure regarding the Master, and the series finale will again feature a 'surprise' appearence by the Daleks. Nobody would ever expect any of that to happen! Oh, wait...


    and then there will be a christmas special entitled The 57 Doctors
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [112]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    cooler31n wrote:
    jackharkness wrote:
    OK, here's a good question: What do you all think Doctor Who will be like in 2056? I think RTD will write the 1000th Slitheen adventure, the 60th Doctor (his first season, after the shock retirement of the 59th doctor after 1 series, in fear of type-casting) will wear hip new clothes, RTD mite finally give into fan pressure regarding the Master, and the series finale will again feature a 'surprise' appearence by the Daleks. Nobody would ever expect any of that to happen! Oh, wait...


    and then there will be a christmas special entitled The 57 Doctors


    And Doctor Who fans everywhere will still be moaning to see how Mcgann's Doctor dies during the Time War!!!
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of mattpitt1991

    mattpitt1991

    [113]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 03/25/05
    • level: 32
    • rank: Whammy!
    • posts: 1,772

    Double post again - sorry. See below.

    Edited on 04/09/2007 9:58am
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of mattpitt1991

    mattpitt1991

    [114]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 03/25/05
    • level: 32
    • rank: Whammy!
    • posts: 1,772
    Didn't they write a book about that...?
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [115]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    No, thats a DIFFERENT time war (too confusing!). The BBC aren't allowed to publish books that mean viewers have 2 go out and buy them 2 understand current storylines. So, RTD confirms that there have been 2 time wars. During the first Gallifrey was destroyed, then it must have been rebuilt because the Daleks then destroyed it again! Hands up if your heads are hurting?
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of sistermt

    sistermt

    [116]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/11/05
    • level: 7
    • rank: Talk Show Host
    • posts: 435
    jackharkness wrote:
    No, thats a DIFFERENT time war (too confusing!). The BBC aren't allowed to publish books that mean viewers have 2 go out and buy them 2 understand current storylines.


    Very confusing , I know, JackH ,but understandable and backed up by one of the best pieces Russell T has written in DWM regarding the BBC Charter and the whole "Ancestor Cell" Gallifrey plot.
    The McGann Eighth Doctor BBC Books have to stand and fall on their own quality and plots (which, of course, was why the final book was delayed til after the showing of "Parting of the Ways").

    Of course, it just needs one clever person to say "No , thats a DIFFERENT time war" .....
    and everything makes sense.
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of sistermt

    sistermt

    [117]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/11/05
    • level: 7
    • rank: Talk Show Host
    • posts: 435
    On completely another point......

    I might be way too late and not the first to say this, but..
    Can I just say that "Harry Potter & the Goblet of Fire"
    is the best one of the series so far!

    Why????

    Because its only bloody got David Tennant in it!!!!

    I only saw the film end of last week and had no idea that our wonderful Tenth Doctor was in it as Barty Crouch Jr.

    And was it my imagination or does he not get credited at the end in the paper scraps??

    Its a travesty, I tell you.
    JUSTICE FOR OUR DOC!
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [118]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    So, what is the best production notes that Russell. T. Davies has ever written? I like the one he wrote in issue 353 about the spoilers - so effective I refused to read spoilers for 13 weeks last year! What about anybody else? Does anybody else even know/care bout what I'm saying?
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of sarahkpn

    sarahkpn

    [119]Jan 3, 2006
    • member since: 06/27/05
    • level: 10
    • rank: Holy Level 10!
    • posts: 1,730
    sistermt wrote:
    And was it my imagination or does he not get credited at the end in the paper scraps??


    I don't think he was credited.

    P.S
    He's mine,all mine. My sweet,sweet David Tennant. I wish i was Rose because i want to kiss him
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.
  • Avatar of jackharkness

    jackharkness

    [120]Jan 4, 2006
    • member since: 06/19/05
    • level: 23
    • rank: Close Talker
    • posts: 465
    sarahkpn wrote:
    sistermt wrote:
    And was it my imagination or does he not get credited at the end in the paper scraps??


    I don't think he was credited.

    P.S
    He's mine,all mine. My sweet,sweet David Tennant. I wish i was Rose because i want to kiss him


    And just to make you jealous sarahkpn, I saw the stage version of John Osbourne's "Look Back in Anger" with my school in late 2004, and David Tennant starred in that. Obviously he wasn't the Doctor then, but when he cropped up on TV, in 'Blackpool' a few weeks later, I remember saying "Wow, he's a great actor". And you know what? He hasn't proved me wrong yet.

    And read my blog to see how I actually MET Chris Eccleston, face to face in Manchester. Exciting stuff. So, I only have to meet Billie Piper now and I'm officially a stalker...(LOL)
    You must be registered and logged in to post a message.