We’re back! And so is Gwen. Welcome back Gwen.
YOU MESS WITH THE BULL YOUNG MAN, YOU GET THE HORNS.
Oh look – it’s the Karkus! (yes Al, he’s still dead)
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PAT FLIPS THE BIRD
Very exciting news that The War Games will soon be upon us in deca-episodic VidFired kickassity. The extras for the DVD look rather good too, although they missed this rather interesting episode. And a cameo by the Minister of Chance, as well. Nice work!
SOMETIMES YOU CAN ACTUALLY SEE THE CRANE, I SWEAR
It’s been said that the new series lives on the old Deus Ex machina, and that a reliance on it is lazy writing. Who said that? Where? Why, these people – here, though there’s a rather nifty article all about it you’d be best to read yourself. It has graphs! Also nice work.
TROUBLE AT MILLS AVERTED
After the lather of excitedment following last TSV‘s release and a living-up to the promise of a Dick Mills exclusive proved elusive, it’s up now. Nice work. But why the delay?
NOT WANTING TO RAIN ON ANY PARADES OR ANYTHING, BUT…
Is anyone else worried that Jon might actually be pushing the future further forward with his predictions?
SPEAKING OF LAZINESS
Ooh that Dom Post! Hark at how the squee squad get their backs up after a poor review to a frankly rather flat and dry story (that’s you,Planet of Flies>). Surely the choice of alien cannon fodder was a giveaway to the script’s quality? Nevertomind, bad views make good press, and if electronic newspapers these days live and die by ‘blog’ comments (a clue: they don’t), then… oh look over there! Is Doctor Who Losing It? We ask our panel of experts…
Amy #19 04:18 pm Jun 03 2009
Its definatly not Doctor Who who’s losing it, its the writers! (Who, no offence, thankfully is leaving.) I being, a young yet die-hard Who fan (I know EVERYTHING about the new series 2005 onwards… )
[None taken by that writers, I'm sure. Everything since 2005 eh? Wow - continue!]
Amy #20 04:21 pm Jun 03 2009
Oh and next episode is called “Waters On Mars”, it has the four knocks and also something to do with Darkness. Kinda like in Torchwood series 2. Looks uber good though!
[Don't stop, Amy - tell us more about this 'Waters on Mars'! And yes, bring back The Darkness, we miss their ironic faux-glam rock posturings]
Ngat #13 02:32 pm Jun 03 2009
Doctor Who hasnt been good sincethe eighties! The newer generations of doctors have been crap!
[Adam, is that you?]
chris #24 05:36 pm Jun 03 2009
I believe it is the borg that say ‘resistance is futile’ not the daleks, I think they generally say ‘exterminate, exterminate’, you might as well have quoted ‘danger will robinson’ for all the sense you make and I am not even a trekkie
[Good to know. And the Master said "Resistance is Futile" first in The Deadly Assassin, as Amy will tell you.]
Aidan #29 10:37 pm Jun 03 2009
Tennant is great, well……
[Thanks for coming!]
’ATTACK’ BEHIND THE SCENES EXTRAS CONFIRM: COLIN BAKER ACTUALLY TURNING INTO MR POPPLEWICK DAILY.
HEY, FACT-CHECKING COSTS MONEY YOU KNOW!
Heh. Those internets, eh? Winston Churchill apparently said that a lie gets halfway around the world before the truth gets its trousers on (he never said what the truth was doing sans-pants though). He certainly saw us coming, what with ‘news’ ‘reported’ (Ctrl+C followed by Ctrl+V for those of you playing at home) from the Sun and then all points outward about this year’s Comic Relief Special featuring ALL SURVIVING DOCTORS EVAR! Cue ill-informed drooling fan speculation over the droolingly ill-researched ‘story’. Now, that’s what I call mucus.
Hmmmm me tinks me needs to brush up on me Dr. who’s Who Posted by: dbest1ok on Tue Jun 23 05:55PM
Ooh you might have to join the back of a long media queue first, Mr best1ok.]
If they are going for 11 doctors they might as well go the whole way and include the “doctor Donna” and the doctors Daughter? Posted by: roy_a_clarke on Tue Jun 23 11:20PM
[Yes, I don't think that would be a step too far at all. Do you think Carole Ann Ford is free in November?]
11 Doctors in 15 Minutes = Plot Conjestion to the point of Gridlock. Posted by: mondas66 on Wed Jun 24 12:48AM
[Hey - some of us liked the Macra returning, thankyou very much!]i loved david tennant as doctor who he was the best why did he have to leave . amber knutsen aged 11 Posted by: hebditch75 on Wed Jun 24 01:55PM
[Er, because she was too young? You've lost me there.]
Absolutely brilliant!!. I have been a fan since it’s inception when I used to hide behind the sofa or a cushion over my face.. Posted by: suewilkes48 on Wed Jun 24 09:39AM
And speaking of a cushion over one’s face, it’s time to leave the internet well alone and get some fresh air. Cheerio one and all!