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2013-03-28 01:13:36 PM

Great Janitor: Son of Thunder: thisone: wraith95: Martha was alright. I just expected more intelligence than she generally displayed. She was also way too in love with the doctor, I had enough of that with Rose.

This.

If they had left the whole unrequited love out of the Martha story line, I'd have a hard time choosing between her and Donna.

But, Donna, hands down. And she had the worst fate of all the new companions, which sucks.

Agreed.  Donna/Tenth Doctor is my favorite combination.  Dropping the nonsense about the companion being a wangsty woman-child in love with the Doctor (that kind of thing is tolerable in SMALL doses) in favor of a grownup who is not shy about telling him "suck it up, alien-boy" was the perfect move after the embarrassing waste of potential that was the Martha series.  I was irritated that they started to get right back to it with Amy's crush on the Doctor, but they saved it by bringing Rory on board full-time and marrying them.  Since we're heading right back to yet another hot young girl for the companion, I pray to whatever gods watch over Gallifreyans that she does NOT fall in love with him.

Before David Tennant's departure from the series, I remember reading about having Matt Smith play a younger Doctor (which he did), but making the companion an older woman who the Doctor had the crush on but she only saw him as he looked, not as the 900 year old plus character.  I personally would have liked to have seen that.

One thing I want to see happen is that now that Matt Smith has said that he's leaving the show, I would like to see Clara stay on, as Rose did for 9 and 10.  I would also like to see an older Doctor.  After Matt Smith and David Tennant, I would like to see someone in their 40s or 50s play the role.


I have said it before, and I'll say it again: Martin Clunes.  The guy can bring whimsy and gravitas to the role, and his age will prevent the old "greatest girl in the universe" storyline that's been at work since, oh, 2005.  Yes, yes, he played Doc Martin, but he was excellent in that, too.  I think if he lost a few pounds and got into running shape, he would be an excellent Doctor.
 
2013-03-28 01:18:16 PM
The David Tennant story "Love and Monsters" is actually a terrific story that gets panned purely on the basis of its last five minutes.

Just, no. It's easily the worst episode of the new series. The last five minutes were the only thing that redeemed it in any way. The concrete blowjob bit was there as if to say, "Forget everything you just saw. It was all just a horrible, horrible joke."
 
2013-03-28 01:21:38 PM
The David Tennant story "Love and Monsters" is actually a terrific story that gets panned purely on the basis of its last five minutes.

Bullshiat.
 
2013-03-28 01:40:49 PM
Also list fails without this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uw6OwJQDCoM
 
2013-03-28 01:44:09 PM

Valacirca: Also list fails without this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uw6OwJQDCoM


Another classic moment the list forgot:

Sutekh rising from his, apparently Thing Addams infested, chair.
 
2013-03-28 01:50:27 PM

mikefinch: Christian Bale: Yes, it was a contrived plotline in order to justify naked breasts, and complaining about that is legitimate. But given the situation the Doctor's comment is spot on. Anyone unwilling to get naked to save a group's lives is being insanely prudish. But no, somehow the Doctor's perfectly logical comment is "creepy."

I agree that anyone unwilling to get naked to save a group's lives is being insanely prudish. But at the same time the human mind goes:

Wait

"What situation is ever going to come up where i'm going to have to be naked to save our lives? Why is my date rape sensor kicking in? What sort of farked up kafkaesque reality must i be trapped within that hauling out my tits is going to save a life? Am i... Am i about to get raped? I think so..."

I would suggest anyone suggesting we could save someones life by being naked is actually just a big creepy perv.


I'd bet it's a matter of perspective. TFA author is a woman, and I'd guess the idea of being told to bare her breasts would be problematic and more evocative. Most guys probably wouldn't have thought twice about it, especially if it meant escaping danger.

As for the actual situation, they were in a whore house trying to escape danger. If you're attempting to not arouse suspicion, then fitting in is a good way to do it. But the problem being that all the people to be "fitted in with" are topless prostitutes. So there's the dilemma.

It's not like the Doctor was suggesting they get topless casually in the middle of the Tardis.
 
2013-03-28 01:54:20 PM

TheHumanCannonball: It's not like the Doctor was suggesting they get topless casually in the middle of the Tardis.


Not  that time, no. But he is totally getting the TARDIS to Majorca, and they have topless beaches. When in Rome, well,  Majorca and all that.

//I have no idea if Majorca has topless beaches
 
2013-03-28 02:00:02 PM

TheHumanCannonball: I'd bet it's a matter of perspective. TFA author is a woman, and I'd guess the idea of being told to bare her breasts would be problematic and more evocative. Most guys probably wouldn't have thought twice about it, especially if it meant escaping danger.

As for the actual situation, they were in a whore house trying to escape danger. If you're attempting to not arouse suspicion, then fitting in is a good way to do it. But the problem being that all the people to be "fitted in with" are topless prostitutes. So there's the dilemma.

It's not like the Doctor was suggesting they get topless casually in the middle of the Tardis.


The creepy thing isn't exactly the situation itself, its that the situation was written at all.  Yeah the choice between going topless and saving lives shouldn't be that difficult, but this is fiction and the situation didn't need to be written to require this at all.  Its obviously just trashy sex appeal, which fits weird into Doctor Who.
 
2013-03-28 02:05:02 PM

Valacirca: which fits weird into Doctor Who


I can't decide if I should reply to this with a picture of Peri, Leela, Romana I, or Zoe clinging to the TARDIS console.
 
2013-03-28 02:20:20 PM

t3knomanser: Valacirca: which fits weird into Doctor Who

I can't decide if I should reply to this with a picture of Peri, Leela, Romana I, or Zoe clinging to the TARDIS console.


Any. All.

/leela in the Tardis swimming pool
//bunk
 
2013-03-28 02:50:32 PM

roughridersfan: TuteTibiImperes: Martha has been my favorite of the recent ones - just the right mix of smartass and badass.

Martha had two issues. First, they turned her into a lovesick girl, which was a waste of her intelligence (she was a doctor!) and abilities.

Second, she was too gorgeous. It was distracting having her on the screen because she was so damn beautiful. If her and Olivia Wilde were on the screen at the same time during a show, I wouldn't remember a single word and would be caught looking back and forth between them.


Either because of (or in no way related to) the fact the actress playing Martha wasn't white, I think the writers felt like they couldn't do what they usually do with companions: make their lives vaguely loser-esque with a giant TARDIS shaped hole in the middle.  I suspect the writers felt like if they'd written her that way it might have been seen as 'saying something' (or something) about race.

And *this* is why she became one of my fav companions: she wasn't just sitting around like a bump on a log waiting for someone (cough::a guy::cough) to enter her life and make it work for her.  They took pains to show she was smart, ambitious, and close to her family.  This made her decision to leave it all behind a lot more interesting.

Also, her big 'effing deal was not tied to something she was (human timelord, the bad wolf, etc...) but something she did, walking the Earth to bring people over to the side of the Doctor.  She didn't get the best episodes (perhaps for a fantasy show such a grounded character just wouldn't attract the best eps) but she's the companion I feel most closely resembles people I know/would get drunk with.

/though at least with Amy, they made it so she had actually seen what her life was left empty for
 
2013-03-28 02:54:37 PM

t3knomanser: when Tennant gave Rose a surrogate Doctor that she could totally bang.


I want to see that clone come back, played by Tennant of course. It didn't take long for someone with the doctors 900 odd (at the time) years of memories to get fed up of being stranded with a family of annoying chavs, He has killed them all and is coming after The Doctor for revenge and to steal his regenerations. I think it could work.
 
2013-03-28 03:12:05 PM

1. Put snakes on plane: The David Tennant story "Love and Monsters" is actually a terrific story that gets panned purely on the basis of its last five minutes.

Just, no. It's easily the worst episode of the new series. The last five minutes were the only thing that redeemed it in any way. The concrete blowjob bit was there as if to say, "Forget everything you just saw. It was all just a horrible, horrible joke."


Love and Monsters was unusual, it was experimental and different and unfirtunately got it wrong, however, being experimental and different is to be applauded as when it works it brings us good original television. As opposed to Fear her which was bad because it was lazy, underdeveloped and shared all it's resources with Idiot's Lantern.

Making a bad show by being daring and getting it wrong is still a lot better than making a bad show by not trying hard enough to make a good one. I'll take the occasional Love and Monsters if the lessons learned bring me more God Complexes, Amy's Choices, Midnights, Blinks, and Girl in the Fireplaces.
 
2013-03-28 03:26:02 PM
Surprised the worst murder scene ever wasn't brought up.

/Meh, Revelation is still among my top 20 right now.

As for embarrassing to the character: the Master watching kids programming. More than once.
 
2013-03-28 03:27:30 PM

K.B.O. Winston: roughridersfan: TuteTibiImperes: Martha has been my favorite of the recent ones - just the right mix of smartass and badass.

Martha had two issues. First, they turned her into a lovesick girl, which was a waste of her intelligence (she was a doctor!) and abilities.

Second, she was too gorgeous. It was distracting having her on the screen because she was so damn beautiful. If her and Olivia Wilde were on the screen at the same time during a show, I wouldn't remember a single word and would be caught looking back and forth between them.

Either because of (or in no way related to) the fact the actress playing Martha wasn't white, I think the writers felt like they couldn't do what they usually do with companions: make their lives vaguely loser-esque with a giant TARDIS shaped hole in the middle.  I suspect the writers felt like if they'd written her that way it might have been seen as 'saying something' (or something) about race.

And *this* is why she became one of my fav companions: she wasn't just sitting around like a bump on a log waiting for someone (cough::a guy::cough) to enter her life and make it work for her.  They took pains to show she was smart, ambitious, and close to her family.  This made her decision to leave it all behind a lot more interesting.

Also, her big 'effing deal was not tied to something she was (human timelord, the bad wolf, etc...) but something she did, walking the Earth to bring people over to the side of the Doctor.  She didn't get the best episodes (perhaps for a fantasy show such a grounded character just wouldn't attract the best eps) but she's the companion I feel most closely resembles people I know/would get drunk with.

/though at least with Amy, they made it so she had actually seen what her life was left empty for


Also, was it my imagination or did Martha's sister get killed by Daleks at the end of the 4th season, and no-one seemed to give a damn?
It seems Martha or her mother should at least have mentioned it in casual conversation.
 
2013-03-28 03:28:07 PM

Wasn't Looking at his Neck: As for embarrassing to the character: the Master watching kids programming. More than once.


What? Clangers and Teletubbies? That added something, I felt.
 
2013-03-28 03:36:45 PM

PizzaJedi81: whizbangthedirtfarmer: besides, you have Fear Her to trash

What is this Fear Her of which you speak?


It's like Power of Three or End of Time, a lost episode that never aired.

/before you assume, my problem with end of time is that it sucked
//not that Tennant left
 
2013-03-28 03:53:38 PM

Ostman: Also, was it my imagination or did Martha's sister get killed by Daleks at the end of the 4th season, and no-one seemed to give a damn?
It seems Martha or her mother should at least have mentione ...


Martha did mention it. She said she had a "cousin" who worked with the company.
 
2013-03-28 03:56:55 PM

K.B.O. Winston: And *this* is why she became one of my fav companions: she wasn't just sitting around like a bump on a log waiting for someone (cough::a guy::cough) to enter her life and make it work for her.  They took pains to show she was smart, ambitious, and close to her family.  This made her decision to leave it all behind a lot more interesting.


For me that's exactly what should have made her the best NuWho companion.  

Instead they threw all of that away by having her throw away all that life, ambition, etc. to chase some guy for a season's worth of unrequited love (showing that in the end she too was just waiting for a guy to enter her life to make it worthwhile).  They took "cool independent woman" and made her into love-sick Rose, whining that the doctor changed his face without telling her (okay, never that bad - but still whining about being a rebound).

That Donna had a crappy life, left it behind and  didn't fall madly in love with him made her my favorite companion - she chased the dream of the TARDIS and not McDreamy.
 
2013-03-28 03:59:56 PM

PizzaJedi81: Wasn't Looking at his Neck: As for embarrassing to the character: the Master watching kids programming. More than once.

What? Clangers and Teletubbies? That added something, I felt.


I just felt bad for the Master, how he believed in those instances that they were the most profound things ever. Still great moments.
 
2013-03-28 04:08:53 PM

Type40: t3knomanser: when Tennant gave Rose a surrogate Doctor that she could totally bang.

I want to see that clone come back, played by Tennant of course. It didn't take long for someone with the doctors 900 odd (at the time) years of memories to get fed up of being stranded with a family of annoying chavs, He has killed them all and is coming after The Doctor for revenge and to steal his regenerations. I think it could work.


Especially since, in a deleted scene, RealDoctor gave CloneDoctor a piece of TARDIS so he could grow his own.

BTW, anybody watch Tennant and Tate doing Much Ado About Nothing? ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zjmqSJ0ElNs )?  I'm thinking of downloading it (legally, legally of course).
 
2013-03-28 04:24:59 PM

Wasn't Looking at his Neck: PizzaJedi81: Wasn't Looking at his Neck: As for embarrassing to the character: the Master watching kids programming. More than once.

What? Clangers and Teletubbies? That added something, I felt.

I just felt bad for the Master, how he believed in those instances that they were the most profound things ever. Still great moments.


I like Simm, but I kind of wish they had given Jacobi more screen time as the Master.  When he emerges from his state with the fob watch, his "I AM THE MASTER" was pretty awesome.  Excellent acting.
 
2013-03-28 06:06:25 PM
Neckbeards hate Love & Monsters because the villain is a parody of every petulant neckbeard that's endeavoured to ruin a fandom.
 
2013-03-28 06:07:46 PM
My favorite is the one where the Doctor had to go back in time and kill Joan Collins when she was a cowboy.

That, or the one with the sleestak.
 
2013-03-28 06:32:29 PM
How about a fat Doctor? One who's not young and boyishly handsome?

I have a suggestion:

theforce.net

And yes, he was King Yrcanos, but it's not unusual for The Doctor or other Timelords and companions to look like a person the Doctor met in his past. Leela did it. Colin Baker was on Gallifrey before he was the Doctor. Martha's identical cousin died before Martha joined up, too.

Just think of it. Brian farking Blessed as The Doctor. A return to the bombastic, loud, kinda loopy Doctor they tried for with Colin Baker, but with Blessed's bluster and presence.

And if not him, then at least consider:

fortresstakes.files.wordpress.com

He was the best part of Sliders (well, okay. I crushed on Sabrina Lloyd and greatly enjoyed watching her on that show) and he could play The Doctor so well. Heck, he'd also make a smashing Master.
 
2013-03-28 06:47:59 PM
List fails without: upload.wikimedia.org
 
2013-03-28 06:51:35 PM

ZeroCorpse: Brian farking Blessed as The Doctor


Twenty years ago, BRIAN BLESSED would have been an awesome Doctor. Today, he'd be far better as a Timelord magistrate or something like that.

Same for the dude from "Sliders".

I still want Charlie Booker to be the Doctor. Not because it'd be any good, but because it'd be awesomely hilarious.
 
2013-03-28 07:35:09 PM

bifford: The most embarrassing part of "Power of Three" is everyone getting up after being resuscitated as if they had fallen asleep.  I'm sure cardiac arrest has nastier effects.


Glad to see I wasn't the only one who was bugged by that. How long were they out for? Five minutes? Ten? Definite drain bammage potential there.
 
2013-03-28 07:37:48 PM

roughridersfan: Ostman: Also, was it my imagination or did Martha's sister get killed by Daleks at the end of the 4th season, and no-one seemed to give a damn?
It seems Martha or her mother should at least have mentione ...

Martha did mention it. She said she had a "cousin" who worked with the company.


What I want to know is what happened to Amy's parents? I don't recall ever seeing them again after "The Big Bang".
 
2013-03-28 08:05:59 PM

JosephFinn: RatMaster999: Missing from the list:  Every episode with Donna Noble.

God damn, but that harpy was annoying as fark.

I'm sorry, you mean the best modern companion?


This
She didn't look at him with puppy-dog eyes like Rose and Martha
/but she wasn't hot like Amy
//mmmmm Amy
 
2013-03-28 08:24:24 PM

ZeroCorpse: Just think of it. Brian farking Blessed as The Doctor.


LOUDEST! DOCTOR! EVER!
 
2013-03-28 09:59:23 PM

Aexia: Neckbeards hate Love & Monsters because the villain is a parody of every petulant neckbeard that's endeavoured to ruin a fandom.


And us normal folks dislike it, because it wasn't good.

/Fear Her was worse
 
2013-03-28 10:09:09 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Great Janitor: Son of Thunder: thisone: wraith95: Martha was alright. I just expected more intelligence than she generally displayed. She was also way too in love with the doctor, I had enough of that with Rose.

This.

If they had left the whole unrequited love out of the Martha story line, I'd have a hard time choosing between her and Donna.

But, Donna, hands down. And she had the worst fate of all the new companions, which sucks.

Agreed.  Donna/Tenth Doctor is my favorite combination.  Dropping the nonsense about the companion being a wangsty woman-child in love with the Doctor (that kind of thing is tolerable in SMALL doses) in favor of a grownup who is not shy about telling him "suck it up, alien-boy" was the perfect move after the embarrassing waste of potential that was the Martha series.  I was irritated that they started to get right back to it with Amy's crush on the Doctor, but they saved it by bringing Rory on board full-time and marrying them.  Since we're heading right back to yet another hot young girl for the companion, I pray to whatever gods watch over Gallifreyans that she does NOT fall in love with him.

Before David Tennant's departure from the series, I remember reading about having Matt Smith play a younger Doctor (which he did), but making the companion an older woman who the Doctor had the crush on but she only saw him as he looked, not as the 900 year old plus character.  I personally would have liked to have seen that.

One thing I want to see happen is that now that Matt Smith has said that he's leaving the show, I would like to see Clara stay on, as Rose did for 9 and 10.  I would also like to see an older Doctor.  After Matt Smith and David Tennant, I would like to see someone in their 40s or 50s play the role.

I have said it before, and I'll say it again: Martin Clunes.  The guy can bring whimsy and gravitas to the role, and his age will prevent the old "greatest girl in the universe" storyline that's been at work since, oh, 2005.  ...


Craig Ferguson. Bigger Who dork than anyone on fark, has a rather, er, odd personality, and would almost certainly leap at the chance.
 
2013-03-28 11:14:33 PM
I wish Benefict Cumberbatch would become the doctor. May actually watch the show, then.
 
2013-03-29 12:58:13 AM

Anastacya: I wish Benefict Cumberbatch would become the doctor. May actually watch the show, then.


If Moffat is still running the show in time for the 12th Doctor, he's a good bet. The only question would be Sherlock- if that's still going strong, overlapping the schedules might be difficult. Not to mention that having the same lead actor and lead producer on both shows would be a little odd.

Also, Matt Smith auditioned for Watson in Sherlock before he got the role as the Doctor. Imagine that for a minute. Now think of the Doctor's Sherlock Holmes impression in the recent Christmas special. Try imagining again.
 
2013-03-29 02:02:05 AM

Anastacya: I wish Benefict Cumberbatch would become the doctor. May actually watch the show, then.


And i would stop completely. He has this look on his face like someone just vomited into his underpants and sent him on his way.

And moffat sucks. Its called Dr. Who not "The River Song story" -- She is just terrible. Shes like scrappy doo in time travel...
 
2013-03-29 02:42:56 AM

t3knomanser: Same for the dude from "Sliders".


John Rhys Davies has been an extremely prolific actor for over 40 years, he was in two Indiana Jones Movies, at least one James Bond and Played Gimli in all Three Lord of the Rings movies. I'll thank you not to refer to him as "The dude from Sliders".
 
2013-03-29 03:26:51 AM

Son of Thunder: ZeroCorpse: Just think of it. Brian farking Blessed as The Doctor.

LOUDEST! DOCTOR! EVER!


Colin Baker and his magical coat would like a moment.
 
2013-03-29 03:48:12 AM

Type40: John Rhys Davies has been an extremely prolific actor for over 40 years, he was in two Indiana Jones Movies, at least one James Bond and Played Gimli in all Three Lord of the Rings movies. I'll thank you not to refer to him as "The dude from Sliders".


Actually i had an idea for a sketch where at big red carpet events you call stars over for the quick interviews but introduce them only by obscure works or total bombs.

Like Lawrence Fishburne isn't "morpheus from the matrix" he's "that guy from that one of those episodes of mash with the racism"

And Marg Helgenburger isn't that "cathrine from csi" shes "that chick from species"

And elijah wood isn't frodo -- he's the kid from "flipper"

I just thought it would be a good red carpet shtick... Cool schtick bro?
 
2013-03-29 07:05:38 AM

Anastacya: I wish Benefict Cumberbatch would become the doctor. May actually watch the show, then.


Oh, shiat, I would completely ignore the show.  The guy plays an absolute cock really well, so if you want to see Cumberbatch play Sherlock play the Doctor, that would be fine.  That. and I don't think I've heard Cumberbatch actually speak a line.  He mumbles and makes goofy faces when he talks.

\overrated actor on an extremely overrated show
 
2013-03-29 10:31:01 AM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Anastacya: I wish Benefict Cumberbatch would become the doctor. May actually watch the show, then.

Oh, shiat, I would completely ignore the show.  The guy plays an absolute cock really well, so if you want to see Cumberbatch play Sherlock play the Doctor, that would be fine.  That. and I don't think I've heard Cumberbatch actually speak a line.  He mumbles and makes goofy faces when he talks.

\overrated actor on an extremely overrated show


Ah, sorry that you feel that way. Maybe it is just my female side, but something about deeper-voice British Isles accents makes me happy. I can't wait to see him in Star Trek, even though I am not a Trekkie.

/each to their own :)
 
2013-03-29 08:33:24 PM

whizbangthedirtfarmer: Alphax: American Decency Association: gadian: FunkOut: GungFu: [2.bp.blogspot.com image 798x538]

Yay, Dr. Who is brilliant!
You Johnny-Come-Latelys have it good...

Cardboard monsters packed with discount firecrackers...those were the days.

I'm particularly fond of the inflatable people eating chair.

Oh wow, my 1st dr who memory. Terrifying. You've no idea of the episode name?

I'm thinking it had the Autons, the Master, and the 3rd Doctor, but I don't recall the name.

Terror of the Autons.  Jon Pertwee.


thanks guys.  looks like it was a classic The Master episode too...
 
2013-03-29 10:14:30 PM
Alright, one more before close: martial arts not involving Pertwee!
 
2013-03-30 12:09:03 PM

TuteTibiImperes: RatMaster999: Missing from the list:  Every episode with Donna Noble.

God damn, but that harpy was annoying as fark.

She wasn't my favorite companion, but she had some good ones.  I believe the first Donna Noble episode (The Runaway Bride?) was very cool just from the music, I may be thinking of the wrong one, but it basically had a fully composed orchestral soundtrack running through the whole thing, I really liked that.


I didn't care if Donna lived or died before "Turn Left" - after that she grew on me.
As for the music, the Season 5 soundtrack is available and it's awesome.
 
2013-03-30 10:18:02 PM

PizzaJedi81: Yeeeeaaaaah, the Sun, firstly, isn't the most reputable source.


NeedlesslyCanadian: Because The Sun is known for its reliability,


Well, it was, in certain areas, before they were told to stop listening to everyone's voice mail.

Interesting aside: editors of The Sun's gossip column, Bizarre, who have ended up as overall editor of the paper include Dominic Mohan and Rebekah Brooks (nee Wade).

honesty, and all-around journalistic integrity.

You're asking a lot for an organ of News International.
 
2013-03-31 11:49:14 AM

Type40: t3knomanser: Same for the dude from "Sliders".

John Rhys Davies has been an extremely prolific actor for over 40 years, he was in two Indiana Jones Movies, at least one James Bond and Played Gimli in all Three Lord of the Rings movies. I'll thank you not to refer to him as "The dude from Sliders".


Okay, how about "Paladin from the Wing Commander games"?
 
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