Dr. Who

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  1. Lepplady
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    Lepplady The incredible shrinking woman

    The 50th was MIND BLOWING! I love it.
    Knowing that the 4th is now the curator, I LOVE the scarf the girl is wearing. It's not LIKE the 4ths scarf, it's the SAME scarf. He gave it to her. Probably knowing that it would get her out of a pickle one day.

    One of my favorite lines: "I'm reversing the polarity and you're reversing it back. We're CONFUSING the polarity!"
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    David Tennant was my favourite so far. We watched The Day of The Doctor yesterday so if you haven't seen it yet, I really think you'll enjoy it. We loved it.
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    Saw the 50th in the theater last night... in 3D!!
    Loved it to bits!!!
    Bring on the 12th Doctor!!
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    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    I liked it--in fact, I can hear it from the other room right now, as the kids are watching it AGAIN :) I ended up just buying the episode on Vudu so we could watch it on Friday (and whenever we like). They handled most things well, though Tennant was pretty much just annoying. Trying to decide if I like the rewrite of Gallifrey's history, though it isn't exactly a rewrite (remember the epi with Timothy Dalton as a High Elder guy? The idea of Gallifrey being in a pocket universe was introduced there first). What did you think, AnnaMarie?
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  6. AnnaMarie
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    I thoroughly enjoyed it. I had a group of kids here, and I made a table of Whovian food.

    I really wish Eccleston was there. Apparently he was offered a part, but turned it down after reading it. I'm guessing it was just a short scene with the regeneration...and IMO he deserves a lot more then that.

    And, with the "rewrite" I'm not sure Eccleston's doctor would have been quite so dark. When was Dalton a high elder? (Which doctor?). I'm rewatching from nine on...currently where Tennant is turning into Matt.

    I want a machine that goes BING ::P
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  7. CriticAndProud
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    CriticAndProud The Aussie One

    'Twas excellent. An Adventure in Space and Time was also great !!!!
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    I agree, Adventure in time and space was great....yet disappointing. I had heard some things about Hartnell, which were not confirmed by the movie. I much prefer what I thought to what they said. I was so sad when they decided to regenerate to Troughton. (Then again, if it's like an American movie, very little is based on reality anyway.)
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    [​IMG]Never mind. Pictures not working.
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    I think I've finally figured out this picture stuff. If so, thank you @Jordan for having clear instructions, because Uploadingit is still not working.


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    I've been okay with Matt Smith's doctor, but seeing him and Tennant side by side in the 50th anniversary show only reminded me how absolutely perfect Tennant was as the Doctor. Perhaps the best of the lot.
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    Eccleston is my favourite.
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    I liked Eccleston a lot at the time, but his legacy would be stronger if he had stayed longer.
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    skimom2 Just moseyin' through...

    Did you see the latest thing about Eccleston? What I read was that last March he said he'd be glad to be on it, but he wanted a particular director, Joe Ahern, because he did such a stellar job on the episodes he'd directed before. Moffat wouldn't go for it. Whatever. He's still my favorite Doctor :)
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  15. AnnaMarie
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    Hadn't heard that. But, I'm leery of believing to much. When he originally left, either someone was not honest in what they said, or they released information that was supposed to be kept quiet for a while. I really think he was treated badly. (That's just my own opinion.
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    Click on this link: bitly | ♥ your bitmarks then when you get to the google maps page, click on the double arrow on the floor...
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  17. Neesy
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    So cool!
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    YES!
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  19. AnnaMarie
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    I went upstairs. It made me feel special. :jammin:
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  20. CriticAndProud
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    CriticAndProud The Aussie One

    Does anyone else agree with my thesis that "A Dr.Who episode written by Stephen King would be bloody amazing" ?

    He could write a really scary episode, and there hasn't been a remotely scary episode since probably "Night Terrors" or "The God Complex".
    Obviously he would have to tone down pretty much everything, but it could be really, really awesome.

    P.S- Speaking of "The God Complex" there is so much of The Shining in that.
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