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(Guardian)   Will Rory get killed again? Are the Daleks going to be the classic versions, or of the My Little Dalek: Extermination is Magic design? And just Who is The Doctor? Season 7 of Doctor Who begins with Asylum of the Daleks   (guardian.co.uk) divider line 457
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2012-09-01 10:29:32 PM  

Nefarious: TheManofPA: Soooo that was sheer awesome.

The Doctor's new companion is a Dalek?

Different name so probably not, she was awesome though.


Yeah, if that's gonna be her personality when she's formally introduced, she's gonna be awesome*

* -- Kinda really cute too.
 
2012-09-01 10:29:59 PM  

Rwa2play: Gunny Walker: ghost_who_walks:

1- So yeah, since that was the new companion there, does this mean we know how she dies before we meet her properly?

1. The new companion has a different name. So, maybe that only looks like the new companion.

Hmmmm...That'll be very interesting how they explain her out.


remember while we saw her no one else did.
 
2012-09-01 10:32:34 PM  

Rwa2play:
it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.


It's more likely that he can't be converted. Remember that the cyberman can't convert him as well? I'm still betting that they screwed with his head a little, but full conversion is most likely impossible. And, even if so, they would probably deem him unworthy and toss him. He wouldn't make for a very sane Dalek.
 
2012-09-01 10:32:40 PM  

Rwa2play: it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.


The Doctor loves himself far more than Amy loves Rory and Rory loves Amy?
 
2012-09-01 10:33:40 PM  

AdolfOliverPanties: Man, that Jenna Louise Coleman is farking adorable.


I seriously, SERIOUSLY hope she turns out to be Susan, she was just wayyyyyyyyy too cocky in the episode to not be..
 
2012-09-01 10:33:57 PM  

Nefarious: Rwa2play: Gunny Walker: ghost_who_walks:

1- So yeah, since that was the new companion there, does this mean we know how she dies before we meet her properly?

1. The new companion has a different name. So, maybe that only looks like the new companion.

Hmmmm...That'll be very interesting how they explain her out.

remember while we saw her no one else did.


I meant explaining her out to the audience; unless, as previously stated, she'll have a different name.
 
2012-09-01 10:34:14 PM  

Rwa2play: Nefarious: TheManofPA: Soooo that was sheer awesome.

The Doctor's new companion is a Dalek?

Different name so probably not, she was awesome though.

Yeah, if that's gonna be her personality when she's formally introduced, she's gonna be awesome*

* -- Kinda really cute too.


As long as she doesn't want spiny time lord cock invading her, or become the focal point of the entire universe (and show)... yeah. If this is the way the new companion is going to be, I like her. She has a sort of an Ace vibe, except with tech instead of explosives.

/And did BBCA hear the year of biatching and fix some of their problems? No extra intros, only three commercial breaks (which can be easily skipped if you DVR the show and start watching at around 15 past the hour)...
//Also like the new font used in the credits. It's much better than the giant metal looking shiat from the last couple seasons.
 
2012-09-01 10:35:54 PM  

CptnSpldng: And there's also the point that from the Doctor's perspective he never sees her face. All he ever sees of her is the chained Dalek form in the last room.


Good point.
 
2012-09-01 10:36:17 PM  

Time Traveling Bunnies: Has anyone figured out yet why the Doctor quietly told Amy in the Dalek ship to "make them remember you" or am I reading too much into it?


Oh, damn, I forgot that.
 
2012-09-01 10:37:01 PM  
I wish the special weapons Dalek had done more than sit in the background in a couple of shots....
 
2012-09-01 10:38:18 PM  

Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Rwa2play:
it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.


It's more likely that he can't be converted. Remember that the cyberman can't convert him as well? I'm still betting that they screwed with his head a little, but full conversion is most likely impossible. And, even if so, they would probably deem him unworthy and toss him. He wouldn't make for a very sane Dalek.


Hmmmm, possibly. Cybermen however, rip take out your human parts and replace them with cybernetic bodies. Daleks were evolving and changing humanoid bodies into Dalek bodies; sorta like the Silurians IIRC.
 
2012-09-01 10:40:50 PM  

Rwa2play: Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Rwa2play:
it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.


It's more likely that he can't be converted. Remember that the cyberman can't convert him as well? I'm still betting that they screwed with his head a little, but full conversion is most likely impossible. And, even if so, they would probably deem him unworthy and toss him. He wouldn't make for a very sane Dalek.

Hmmmm, possibly. Cybermen however, rip take out your human parts and replace them with cybernetic bodies. Daleks were evolving and changing humanoid bodies into Dalek bodies; sorta like the Silurians IIRC.


Haven't your hardcore fundie Daleks always had a problem with Humans tainting their purity?

IIRC, there was a Dalek vs. Humagg....er... Hybrid Dalek thing in the last couple Dalek serials in the classic series, and I think it was referenced in the current series (The Manhattan episode?)

Now, Daleks are happily turning Humans?
 
2012-09-01 10:41:20 PM  

TheManofPA: Rwa2play: it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.

The Doctor loves himself far more than Amy loves Rory and Rory loves Amy?


Nah, I'm guessing more like a Galifreyan's emotional range is less prone to wild swings than a human's. Wouldn't it be fair to say that Galifreyan's who become Time Lords basically shut out any sensation of emotion, almost like Vulcans in the Star Trek universe?
 
2012-09-01 10:42:44 PM  

CptnSpldng: Gunny Walker: Tellingthem: For the companion thing I can only imagine that the "remember me" part will factor into her story somehow. It just seems like some foreshadowing

Holy Crap! I think you're right. (I'm re-watching the episode and just hit that part.) She says remember and looks right at the camera. The nanobots changed the doctor. She downloads herself to the nanobots in the Doctor and Amy. She is then later re-created from their memories. After all, she is clever enough to pull that off. Maybe she gets a ganger, but changes her name to keep the Doctor from figuring it out. She even helps them escape right into the TARDIS. The Doctor is so cocky, it doesn't even occur to him that he might have gotten help this time.

I can't be staying awake all that long so my comment is made small so that West Coasties can quickly slip past the spoiler.

And there's also the point that from the Doctor's perspective he never sees her face. All he ever sees of her is the chained Dalek form in the last room.


Yeah so i'm thinking that they don't even have to explain that if they do follow our speculation. He wouldn't have to know it was her but we would because she looks the same to us. Kind of a way that we could be in on a secret that the Doctor doesn't know about. It is also possible that it has nothing to with anything...but I doubt that. It just seemed like they were dropping a few too many hints at something larger...
 
2012-09-01 10:43:45 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Now, Daleks are happily turning Humans?


Maybe they wear them. Like a suit. Like the bug in Men In Black.
 
2012-09-01 10:45:10 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: //Also like the new font used in the credits. It's much better than the giant metal looking shiat from the last couple seasons.


The font is fine, I just don't care for the blurry, looking-through-water effect.

So Oswin playing the loud music (actually in her mind) when the Daleks (i.e. her subconscious awareness of her true nature) try to get in at night -- is that the insane Dalek equivalent of sticking one's fingers in one's ears and musically yelling "La la la, I can't hear you."?

That "make them remember you" does not bode well for Amy's survival in a few weeks. She's going to die gloriously like Oswin, taking out a huge force and saving the day, I should think.
 
2012-09-01 10:46:07 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Rwa2play: Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Rwa2play:
it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.


It's more likely that he can't be converted. Remember that the cyberman can't convert him as well? I'm still betting that they screwed with his head a little, but full conversion is most likely impossible. And, even if so, they would probably deem him unworthy and toss him. He wouldn't make for a very sane Dalek.

Hmmmm, possibly. Cybermen however, rip take out your human parts and replace them with cybernetic bodies. Daleks were evolving and changing humanoid bodies into Dalek bodies; sorta like the Silurians IIRC.

Haven't your hardcore fundie Daleks always had a problem with Humans tainting their purity?

IIRC, there was a Dalek vs. Humagg....er... Hybrid Dalek thing in the last couple Dalek serials in the classic series, and I think it was referenced in the current series (The Manhattan episode?)

Now, Daleks are happily turning Humans?


My guess was that was why the Daleks wanted to blow up the planet:
1) Daleks on the planet are the crazy/scary corrupt
2) Daleks on the ship are the "hardcore"
3) Daleks on the planet convert humans
4) Daleks on the ship think "OH F NO" we gotta end this
 
2012-09-01 10:46:08 PM  

Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Now, Daleks are happily turning Humans?

Maybe they wear them. Like a suit. Like the bug in Men In Black.


Great, now we get a Vincent D'Onofrio Dalek.

We won't know if he'll shoot his Dalek Drill Instructor or be the offbeat Sherlock Holmes type that alternates serials with Chris Noth Dalek.
 
2012-09-01 10:47:31 PM  

HopScotchNSoda: That "make them remember you" does not bode well for Amy's survival in a few weeks. She's going to die gloriously like Oswin, taking out a huge force and saving the day, I should think.


This bodes well for my "Rory would make a great villain in season 9/10 (i.e. you find out at the end of 9 he's pulling the strings, 10 is trying to stop him". Rory's motivation would simply be, he's seen how the Doctor ruins lives and wants to prevent others from being him.
 
2012-09-01 10:48:40 PM  

TheManofPA: HopScotchNSoda: That "make them remember you" does not bode well for Amy's survival in a few weeks. She's going to die gloriously like Oswin, taking out a huge force and saving the day, I should think.

This bodes well for my "Rory would make a great villain in season 9/10 (i.e. you find out at the end of 9 he's pulling the strings, 10 is trying to stop him". Rory's motivation would simply be, he's seen how the Doctor ruins lives and wants to prevent others from being him.


Well, as long as he's manipulated into being the bad guy by a twisted, scarred Adric...
 
2012-09-01 10:49:54 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: TheManofPA: HopScotchNSoda: That "make them remember you" does not bode well for Amy's survival in a few weeks. She's going to die gloriously like Oswin, taking out a huge force and saving the day, I should think.

This bodes well for my "Rory would make a great villain in season 9/10 (i.e. you find out at the end of 9 he's pulling the strings, 10 is trying to stop him". Rory's motivation would simply be, he's seen how the Doctor ruins lives and wants to prevent others from being him.

Well, as long as he's manipulated into being the bad guy by a twisted, scarred Adric...


That would be too glorious for American TV to ever air. I survived Doctor.....on my own charred flesh...I survived.
 
2012-09-01 10:50:21 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Now, Daleks are happily turning Humans?
Maybe they wear them. Like a suit. Like the bug in Men In Black.

Great, now we get a Vincent D'Onofrio Dalek.
We won't know if he'll shoot his Dalek Drill Instructor or be the offbeat Sherlock Holmes type that alternates serials with Chris Noth Dalek.


Turning his eye-stalk sideways while questioning you.
 
2012-09-01 10:50:53 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Rwa2play: Nefarious: TheManofPA: Soooo that was sheer awesome.

The Doctor's new companion is a Dalek?

Different name so probably not, she was awesome though.

Yeah, if that's gonna be her personality when she's formally introduced, she's gonna be awesome*

* -- Kinda really cute too.

As long as she doesn't want spiny time lord cock invading her,


Brah, that was Russell Davies' MO with this show; thankfully Moffat doesn't have it in him...I think.

or become the focal point of the entire universe (and show)

Well, at least you hope she doesn't take the matrix of the TARDIS into her.

... yeah. If this is the way the new companion is going to be, I like her. She has a sort of an Ace vibe, except with tech instead of explosives.

True; unless they completely change her personality. She's sorta one part Ace, one part Donna Noble.

/And did BBCA hear the year of biatching and fix some of their problems? No extra intros, only three commercial breaks (which can be easily skipped if you DVR the show and start watching at around 15 past the hour)...
//Also like the new font used in the credits. It's much better than the giant metal looking shiat from the last couple seasons.

Did like the new font...still am "meh" with the updated theme. Will always have a soft spot for this version; not too over the top and remaining somewhat faithful to the original theme.
 
2012-09-01 10:51:03 PM  

Tellingthem: CptnSpldng: Gunny Walker: Tellingthem: For the companion thing I can only imagine that the "remember me" part will factor into her story somehow. It just seems like some foreshadowing

Holy Crap! I think you're right. (I'm re-watching the episode and just hit that part.) She says remember and looks right at the camera. The nanobots changed the doctor. She downloads herself to the nanobots in the Doctor and Amy. She is then later re-created from their memories. After all, she is clever enough to pull that off. Maybe she gets a ganger, but changes her name to keep the Doctor from figuring it out. She even helps them escape right into the TARDIS. The Doctor is so cocky, it doesn't even occur to him that he might have gotten help this time.

I can't be staying awake all that long so my comment is made small so that West Coasties can quickly slip past the spoiler.

And there's also the point that from the Doctor's perspective he never sees her face. All he ever sees of her is the chained Dalek form in the last room.

Yeah so i'm thinking that they don't even have to explain that if they do follow our speculation. He wouldn't have to know it was her but we would because she looks the same to us. Kind of a way that we could be in on a secret that the Doctor doesn't know about. It is also possible that it has nothing to with anything...but I doubt that. It just seemed like they were dropping a few too many hints at something larger...


There was an awful lot of referencing "remembering" in this episode for the idea to not be important. And with the line at the beginning where the doctor tells Amy to make the daleks remember her, and Oswin telling the doctor to remember her, there's definitely something fishy going on (and there is no custard involved, I think). don't really think it would be acceptable for most of the audience to just pretend that it wasn't the same person becoming the companion as was inside that dalek. Sure, the Doctor would have to go on the voice with no idea what she looked like, but I would be pissed if they tried to pretend there was no connection. Odd, though, how many times that the show has focused on memory/remembering of late, with the Silence and the crack both affecting memory...
 
2012-09-01 10:51:49 PM  

TheManofPA: FirstNationalBastard: TheManofPA: HopScotchNSoda: That "make them remember you" does not bode well for Amy's survival in a few weeks. She's going to die gloriously like Oswin, taking out a huge force and saving the day, I should think.

This bodes well for my "Rory would make a great villain in season 9/10 (i.e. you find out at the end of 9 he's pulling the strings, 10 is trying to stop him". Rory's motivation would simply be, he's seen how the Doctor ruins lives and wants to prevent others from being him.

Well, as long as he's manipulated into being the bad guy by a twisted, scarred Adric...

That would be too glorious for American TV to ever air. I survived Doctor.....on my own charred flesh...I survived.


I will not give up on wanting Adric to turn out to be a mangled, deformed, big bad villain at some point. We never saw a body, dammit!

/plus, we get to see Adric die again!
 
2012-09-01 10:52:52 PM  

TheManofPA: 3) Daleks on the planet convert humans


There was the red headed human shaped Dalek on the planet and ship that captured the Doctor. And there were more on the ship that shoved them into the beam. So, it's not just restricted to the the planet.
 
2012-09-01 10:53:04 PM  
Boring episode. Predictable from 17 mins in.

/I still dislike Matt Smith
 
2012-09-01 10:55:29 PM  

Gunny Walker: TheManofPA: 3) Daleks on the planet convert humans

There was the red headed human shaped Dalek on the planet and ship that captured the Doctor. And there were more on the ship that shoved them into the beam. So, it's not just restricted to the the planet.


They're not really Daleks though, are they?

They seemed to be just basic probes or droids, not full fledged Daleks.
 
2012-09-01 10:56:20 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Rwa2play: Dalek Caan's doomed mistress: Rwa2play:
it's more likely that since Galifreyan physiology is different than that of a human, it would've taken more time for the nanobots to convert the Doctor's body. That and the emotions of a time lord can be very different than that of a human being as well.


It's more likely that he can't be converted. Remember that the cyberman can't convert him as well? I'm still betting that they screwed with his head a little, but full conversion is most likely impossible. And, even if so, they would probably deem him unworthy and toss him. He wouldn't make for a very sane Dalek.

Hmmmm, possibly. Cybermen however, rip take out your human parts and replace them with cybernetic bodies. Daleks were evolving and changing humanoid bodies into Dalek bodies; sorta like the Silurians IIRC.

Haven't your hardcore fundie Daleks always had a problem with Humans tainting their purity?


Yeah they have; but I guess they figured out a way to "cauterize" human emotion ala the Cybermen when they change them into Daleks.

IIRC, there was a Dalek vs. Humagg....er... Hybrid Dalek thing in the last couple Dalek serials in the classic series, and I think it was referenced in the current series (The Manhattan episode?)

Now, Daleks are happily turning Humans?

Possibly this was due to their evolution in "Victory of the Daleks."
 
2012-09-01 10:57:00 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: TheManofPA: HopScotchNSoda: That "make them remember you" does not bode well for Amy's survival in a few weeks. She's going to die gloriously like Oswin, taking out a huge force and saving the day, I should think.

This bodes well for my "Rory would make a great villain in season 9/10 (i.e. you find out at the end of 9 he's pulling the strings, 10 is trying to stop him". Rory's motivation would simply be, he's seen how the Doctor ruins lives and wants to prevent others from being him.

Well, as long as he's manipulated into being the bad guy by a twisted, scarred Adric...


Rory doesn't have to go as far as Adric. His daughter's academic advisor, Professor Candy, would do just fine. That's been the driving force of his work for much of his career. Hell, for that matter, the people who kidnapped and reared his daughter could do that too.
 
2012-09-01 10:59:06 PM  

Gunny Walker: TheManofPA: 3) Daleks on the planet convert humans

There was the red headed human shaped Dalek on the planet and ship that captured the Doctor. And there were more on the ship that shoved them into the beam. So, it's not just restricted to the the planet.


Well, crap that's a botch on my part and knocks out my explanation.

FirstNationalBastard: I will not give up on wanting Adric to turn out to be a mangled, deformed, big bad villain at some point. We never saw a body, dammit!

/plus, we get to see Adric die again!


Waterhouse is 50s now so it would work to have him as an old scarred, destroyed mentor to Rory the glorious warrior villain. Heck, you could have season 9 keep going against the Doctor only to find out Rory is pulling the strings, then at the mid-point climax of 10 find out that the Doctor has to face his failures in Rory and Adric
 
2012-09-01 10:59:10 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: They seemed to be just basic probes or droids, not full fledged Daleks.


The redhead popped an eyestalk out of her forehead and a laser (stalk?) out of her hand.
 
2012-09-01 11:00:36 PM  
So, that red head in the start of the episode...Thal???
 
2012-09-01 11:01:48 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Gunny Walker: TheManofPA: 3) Daleks on the planet convert humans

There was the red headed human shaped Dalek on the planet and ship that captured the Doctor. And there were more on the ship that shoved them into the beam. So, it's not just restricted to the the planet.

They're not really Daleks though, are they?

They seemed to be just basic probes or droids, not full fledged Daleks.


Exactly. That is why they supposedly turned her into a Dalek instead of just another "droid" because of her brain. I also get the feeling that she was their true target all along. She was the only one we saw locked in her own room. And if she could hack into the network and change the Daleks memories at will then she is their most dangerous enemy...
 
2012-09-01 11:02:01 PM  

Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: They seemed to be just basic probes or droids, not full fledged Daleks.

The redhead popped an eyestalk out of her forehead and a laser (stalk?) out of her hand.


Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them. They've been turned into mindless droids.

The one full Human-Dalek we saw was New Companion.
 
2012-09-01 11:02:23 PM  
I tried to watch for some Dalek examples but did not see. Did anyone spot WWII British Army Daleks or any of the ones from Terry Nation's private collection?
i.dailymail.co.uk
 
2012-09-01 11:03:28 PM  
A) Man, I missed DW threads/episodes
B) The best moment of the episode was the Doctor adjusting his tie
 
2012-09-01 11:04:08 PM  

HopScotchNSoda: I tried to watch for some Dalek examples but did not see. Did anyone spot WWII British Army Daleks or any of the ones from Terry Nation's private collection?
[i.dailymail.co.uk image 634x367]


Silver with blue eggs was in the Asylum. No red head, though.

A couple red headed Daleks were in the Parliament chamber.
 
2012-09-01 11:05:47 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them.


How do you know they don't have a Dalek inside them?
 
2012-09-01 11:08:13 PM  

Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them.

How do you know they don't have a Dalek inside them?


Okay, look at the skeletons from the escape pod on the planet. They had the stalks and little shooty thing, but do you think that they would put a Dalek into a failing, nearly dead body?

They (and Drones like the redhead that brought the Doctor to Skaro) are most likely controlled by the hive mind that now exists.
 
2012-09-01 11:08:44 PM  

Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them.

How do you know they don't have a Dalek inside them?


because of the nano bots. The skeletons in the spaceship were also droids and they could not have had daleks living inside of them.
 
2012-09-01 11:10:48 PM  

HopScotchNSoda: Time Traveling Bunnies: Has anyone figured out yet why the Doctor quietly told Amy in the Dalek ship to "make them remember you" or am I reading too much into it?

Oh, damn, I forgot that.


FIGHT THEM. REMEMBER!
 
2012-09-01 11:11:53 PM  

TheManofPA: A) Man, I missed DW threads/episodes
B) The best moment of the episode was the Doctor adjusting his tie


I'm sorry but...they BETTER have a two-hour 50th Anniversary episode. That's right, two hours; has to be two hours, it's your 50th Anniversary dammit! You better make a movie-length episode that's have fans begging for more.
 
2012-09-01 11:12:15 PM  

Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them.

How do you know they don't have a Dalek inside them?


Have a little Dalek in you?
Want some?

/make your own plunger/abortion jokes if you want a window seat
 
2012-09-01 11:13:32 PM  
Oswin's choice of music was appropriate. The lyrics of "Toreador Song" tie in to the episode quite nicely.
 
2012-09-01 11:13:52 PM  
Fun episode. Interested to see where this all goes. More interested in seeing how they dispatch Amy and perform the transition, though I'm guessing we won't see that until the second bank of episodes, which stinks. Episode will probably be more interesting to rewatch after another season or two goes by, much like the Library episode is more interesting now.
 
2012-09-01 11:15:15 PM  

Lost Thought 00: Fun episode. Interested to see where this all goes. More interested in seeing how they dispatch Amy and perform the transition, though I'm guessing we won't see that until the second bank of episodes, which stinks. Episode will probably be more interesting to rewatch after another season or two goes by, much like the Library episode is more interesting now.


Okay, question: Is River going to be so popular that the writers will have to retcon her death? IOW, someone gives *her* all her regenerations back?
 
2012-09-01 11:15:40 PM  
That episode made me sad when she remembered what happened to her after the crash, which is hard since I don't have a soul.

Other then that I was a real solid episode, I think I like these stand-alone episodes more then the arching ones, i hope there's more like this.

I will add that Matt is starting to look kinda old which is scary since he's only 30, I hope that's just the BBC makeup departments doing.
 
2012-09-01 11:16:45 PM  

Tellingthem: Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them.

How do you know they don't have a Dalek inside them?

because of the nano bots. The skeletons in the spaceship were also droids and they could not have had daleks living inside of them.


Woah dude, thank you for the TF. I've never had this thing before, this could go very bad for my productivity. That is pure awesome. Thank you
 
2012-09-01 11:19:28 PM  

TheManofPA: Tellingthem: Gunny Walker: FirstNationalBastard: Yeah, they have the stalk and the weapons, but they don't have a Dalek inside of them.

How do you know they don't have a Dalek inside them?

because of the nano bots. The skeletons in the spaceship were also droids and they could not have had daleks living inside of them.

Woah dude, thank you for the TF. I've never had this thing before, this could go very bad for my productivity. That is pure awesome. Thank you


Glad i got to pop your cherry...haha

\you are welcome
 
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