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(BBC America)   The Doctors Revisited has reached the Fourth Doctor's era, so prepare to see The Doctor and Sarah Jane attempt to stop android mummies from molesting random passersby in Doctor Who: 'The Pyramids of Mars', 8 PM on BBC America   (bbcamerica.com) divider line 9
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2013-04-28 10:01:58 PM
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Mentat: Oh Sarah Jane...


OUR Sarah Jane....

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/We miss you, Liz Sladen.
2013-04-29 03:16:44 PM
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TV's Vinnie: I feel bad for whomever has to pick the "definitive" story from the Colin Baker era. What a huge sewage pool of runny wet sh*t to wade through.


Hey, now... I liked Six. I first got into the show with Six, and then went back and watched others.

And Peri didn't hurt things, either. She stuck with Six for most of his run, despite the fact that he constantly yelled at her, and began their relationship by choking the crap out of her.
2013-04-29 11:16:06 AM
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TV's Vinnie: Doesn't the whole Sutekh storyline completely ten-car-pileup with the whole Ice Warriors storyline? They both couldn't have been on Mars and neither knew about the other, could they?


Sure they could.   Ancient artifacts being unknown alien resting places is a genre staple, and Who has used this many times.
2013-04-28 09:31:55 PM
1 votes:

cretinbob: I have to say I'm kinda pissed that they seem to be choosing the old episodes they are highlighting off of Netflix.
Not that Pyramids of Mars is the worst episode, but jesus farking christ it's not the best.


they seem to be choosing the ones i have dvds of
2013-04-28 08:16:34 PM
1 votes:

FrancoFile: Brakefornobody: Typical 1970's Doctor Who:  great concept, uneven execution.  What really saves this episode is Gabriel Woolf's vocals as Sutekh:  the man's voice just dripped menace in every syllable.

To be fair, their special effects budget was 10 pounds and a case of Bass.


And they got better effects from the case of Bass.
2013-04-28 08:14:07 PM
1 votes:

Brakefornobody: Typical 1970's Doctor Who:  great concept, uneven execution.  What really saves this episode is Gabriel Woolf's vocals as Sutekh:  the man's voice just dripped menace in every syllable.


To be fair, their special effects budget was 10 pounds and a case of Bass.
2013-04-28 07:32:40 PM
1 votes:
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2013-04-28 02:34:54 PM
1 votes:
Best. Classic Doctor. Ever.
2013-04-28 01:02:17 PM
1 votes:

cretinbob: I have to say I'm kinda pissed that they seem to be choosing the old episodes they are highlighting off of Netflix.
Not that Pyramids of Mars is the worst episode, but jesus farking christ it's not the best.


I get the feeling that this is part of the deal: BBCAmerica's not allowed to run classic episodes that can't be found on Netflix.

/makes me wonder what they're going to do for Doctors 6 and 8.
 
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