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Doctor Who

Discussion in 'Music, Box Office, TV & Books' started by Feek, Apr 15, 2006.

  1. Feek

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    That rocked. Absolutely cracked up at the "I'm a Chav" line.

    Tennant looks as though he's going to be good in the role.

    K.
     
  2. da_mic_1530

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    was enjoyable, not a big doctor who fan, so any episode that can keep me entertained for an hour is doing well
     
  3. Kreeeee

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    Will this be on terrestrial?
     
  4. Selekt0r

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    ummm... you've just missed it on BBC1 :rolleyes: ;)
     
  5. Werewolf

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    it was.

    I quite enjoyed it, Tennants as Feek says looks like he could be a good doc :)

    Some of it was a bit cheesy though (the cats claws for example).
     
  6. Kainz

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    /me sniggers :p

    It wasn't that bad. I did lol at the chav jokes though. Everytime I saw the 'zombies' I couldn't help think about the Xbox 360 game Dead Rising. Not a bad episode, I think it'll take a while for me to adjust to Tennant though, even though he was pretty good in this.
     
  7. R0B75

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    Good episode. Next weeks looks superb from the teaser.

    Oh and it wouldn't be Doctor Who without the cheese! :D
     
  8. SB118

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    Cracking episode.

    btw, has she had them "done"? 'cos they looked great :D
     
  9. da_mic_1530

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    i too enjoyed the jiggly bit in the mirror
     
  10. Peve

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    Thats a very good question because they do :D
     
  11. benjo plz.

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    A couple of times he looked mental.
     
  12. Feek

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    Nah, I don't think she has, wonderbras are great at making a bit of cleavage really.

    I'm wondering how long it'll before we get someone saying how crap it was with the standard comments about wooden acting, poor plot, bad effects etc.

    If that's what you think, clear off! This is an appreciation thread :p

    K.
     
  13. Carlos_S

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    I can't believe people watch Doctor Who, sorry guys :p

    I keep seeing on adverts, other programs etc. people singing it's praises but it doesn't seem to appeal to me.

    Edit- I posted at the same time as Feek, I didn't just post to be awkward! :p
     
  14. Kreeeee

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    Ah, didn't notice it on TV times site. :(
     
  15. VIRII

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    I thought it was the canine danglies.
    Loved the camp humour, Billy Piper is proving to be a game gal and the writers are having a tonne of fun.
    The scene cuts in 2 places where the next probable word was a rude one to a new scene with a bit of rhyming "slang" was superb.

    One line was "She's a right......" cut scene to next scene and the first words you here are "a bit rich".

    Brilliant, top quality, fun, fun, fun.
     
  16. gord

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    I liked it..

    although i was imagining the advert for the actor of the half-life guy...

    "Wanted, actor to play role of half-life zombie guy, must be able to act female too"
     
  17. Pigeon_Killer

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    I really enjoyed it as well. As Phnom_Penh mentioned above, Tennant looks a bit mental at times but I think that's the style that will best suit his take on the Doctor. I can't wait for K9 and the Cybermen to make an appearance.
     
  18. FeFiDoh

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    billy piper use to live < 30secs from my house and went to same school :cool:
     
  19. gord

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    Thats why you couldnt play PGR last night.. measuring the distance to Billy Piper's old house in seconds eh..
     
  20. yermum

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    Excellent episode and can't wait for the next one. I hope that K9 is better than I remember as I thought he was pants the first time around.