Ragetowersrage, post: 1699597 wrote:
Never seen much of the older stuff, but the new shit is tight.
Love the "Blink" episode. those other two where Doc and Martha are in 1930 were bullshit. I think they are trying to push the whole realationship business with them a little too hard.
With Rose, whom I wouldn't mind giving a nice hard dicking to, they at least waited a season before trying it, letting the characters develop together. Instead of just "Hey how's it goin? I'm from space! Wanna be my girl friend?"
But yea, The Doctor is cool in my book any day
Tiger Knee, post: 1699601 wrote:
Doctor Who is a great show... I can still hardly believe they brought it back. Especially after the Paul McGann movie and no series happening. This new series is way better than that movie, which was trying to appeal to someone's idea of the US audience too much. It was still well received in Britain though, they just didn't make a series because it totally bombed in the US. It's a shame because I thought Paul McGann was a great Doctor... hoped they might bring him back for the new show.
A question for the people who watch it in the US: what channel do they put it on over there? Is it popular or just a cult following kind of thing?
Also, I'd say the classic series is worth watching. It ran for such a long time though, it has really good and downright awful patches. If you want to get into it, the stuff from the 70s is the most watchable, if you get past the dodgy sets and special effects. I love the earlier Tom Baker stuff, like "Ark In Space", "Terror of The Zygons" and "Pyramids of Mars".
Tiger Knee, post: 1699603 wrote:
...and I would assume that Jack is coming back, but I don't read spoilers. He could die on Who tonight for all I know. Actually he probably will, but you know, I mean die and not get back up again.
Manx, post: 1699607 wrote:
The classics are god tier. I grew up watching that late night on PBS. Tom Baker is the best doc, with Ace is the best companion. The hottest companion is a toss-up between Peri and Ace. I wanted a K-9 soooo bad as a kid.
Rhio2k, post: 1699609 wrote:
The old ending sequence was a little scary. Dr. Who came on at night, and I was a little kid.
RockBogart, post: 1699596 wrote:
Anyone watch this besides me? Is the older series worth watching?
Chaos, post: 1699613 wrote:
My favorite television show as a youth of 8-12 or so. Used to come on PBS saturday nites from 10-12, and I'd always watch before getting up for service the next morning. Tom baker was the best Dr. the one who followed him was kinda cool too though. The music/outro was indeed godly. Just a great show and I need to go purchase all the old episodes on DVD. I saw that movie several years ago and thought it sucked royally, maybe I should give the new show a chance.
hyt, post: 1699615 wrote:
*wonders how many of the newer views had a fangasm at the end of Utopia*
Chaos, post: 1699622 wrote:
The maste is also a Timelord so he wouldn't die just move on to his next incarnation no?
Chaos, post: 1699624 wrote:
Yeah but they don't die they regenerate, are we assuming in current continuity that the Dr./Master are on the last of their lives?
hyt, post: 1699627 wrote:
The current doctor is in his tenth incarnation, so given the Time Lord rules about 13 regenerations, he's got about 3 more left.
Which brings us to the Master....
Long story short, the Master likes to cheat. He cheated his way to a new body in the Tom Baker (4th) era, and then was supposedly sucked into the Eye of Harmony during the TV Movie (which is unfortunately canon). As the current Master explained in The Sound of the Drums, the Time Lords resurrected him, so he's fresh on his 2nd body.
It's the first time in the new series that they've stuck their hand deep in the old series history. For the most part the writers have been teasing us about it. So far, none of the fanboys are getting immensely angry about it, which is good considering Russell T Davies' scripts aren't the most coherent.
Can't wait for this Saturday!
Oh any of you seen the new series eps dubbed in Japanese? Pretty funny shit.
RockBogart, post: 1699628 wrote:
Damn, might have to look this movie up on tvlinks.
dn3000, post: 1699629 wrote:
??? i thought the master was in his sixth incarnation..... i.e. mr.saxon = master. no six
hyt, post: 1699631 wrote:
That reference meant that John Simm = sixth actor to play the Master, not sixth incarnation.
Don't look up the movie unless you really really have to. It's *that* bad.
maxx, post: 1699639 wrote:
wikipedia says theirs 12 doctor limit on regeneration...you sure its 13?
maxx, post: 1699638 wrote:
i havent been watching the new doctor but im watching all that are dealing with the master.
martha's a cutie..i heard rumors the girl who played rose was gonna leave..sad to see her go but her replacement is defintly a cutie.
RockBogart, post: 1699643 wrote:
how the fuck you gonna come in at that point? "your like a child who wanders aimlessly into a room"
So thats who giant face dude was. I just called him Modok cause i couldnt remember.
Anubis, post: 1699646 wrote:
I remember watching the older episodes of Dr Who with actors like Anthony Hartnell, Jon Pertwee & the awesome Tom Baker. Patrick Stoughton (the 2nd doctor) was pretty decent also, even though he looked too much like Moe Howard from the 3 Stooges. He also was in the movie "The Omen".
Though this series was started back in the 60's & 70's, it set the stage for today's new tv series.
By the way, the sonic screwdriver was used back in the 80's with Tom Baker, Peter Davidson & Colin Baker. So its not exactly a new idea.
The TARDIS, after all these decades, still look the same!
ACESMITH5: Time Lords are only allowed to regenerate 12 times, but The Master did find a way to get a 13th regeneration. However, it did cost him to slowly & painfully, physically deteriorate.
I do miss seeing The RANI (That babe was hot!)
maxx, post: 1699645 wrote:
where did you all get that jack is the face of boe stuff?