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Doctor Who / Torchwood/& Other Dr. Who Spin-offs
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post Sep 19 2007, 12:13 AM
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QUOTE(Triss Hawkeye @ Sep 18 2007, 11:21 PM) *
I can't believe I didn't see this thread before, being a complete Doctor Who geek...

My favourite episode this season has been Blink - I think it must be the scariest one I have seen. It is my second overall favourite as well, apart from the Girl In The Fireplace.

I love John Ssimm as the Master - it's a shame he died . Although not forever, I'm pretty sure he's going to come back with a new face (what about that ring the woman picked up?)


I've seen episode The Girl In The Fireplace (Sophia Myles is awesome)....and I'm despereately see the latest episode where John Simms (of Life From Mars....my fave) as The Master....can't wait!


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post Sep 19 2007, 03:59 AM
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Can I please remind people not to spoil things, America hasn't had the Doc Who episodes we've had yet so we can't say too much.

Joanne: The Girl in the Fireplace is a good ep, it was filming that episode where David and Sophie met. Best part has to be the Doctor bursting through the mirror on the horse.


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post Sep 19 2007, 04:08 AM
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QUOTE(Chiyo @ Sep 19 2007, 03:59 AM) *
Can I please remind people not to spoil things, America hasn't had the Doc Who episodes we've had yet so we can't say too much.

Joanne: The Girl in the Fireplace is a good ep, it was filming that episode where David and Sophie met. Best part has to be the Doctor bursting through the mirror on the horse.


I've watched on BBC America and a new episodes on Sci-Fi Channel, Tee-hee, sorry...I'm behaving badly.

About David (sigh) and Sophia....yup, swoon including the best kiss I've ever witness clap.gif w00t.gif girl_in_love.gif yahoo.gif!


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post Sep 19 2007, 08:30 AM
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Catherine Tate was great in the Christmas Special, but I can't imagine her as the new companion. :/ But I sure hope she's better than Martha and Rose. :P


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post Sep 19 2007, 11:04 AM
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It's going to be weird with her - she'd better be a great actor or all we'll see is Lauren -__-


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post Sep 19 2007, 11:33 AM
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What are people up to in the series? Becasue from what I can tell people are all over the place.

in South Autralia where up 2 "Last of the Time Lords" then it will stop 4 a few months again.
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post Sep 19 2007, 11:43 AM
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Well in Britain where it is released first of course, season 3 of the 'new series' has been finished for quite some time.


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post Sep 21 2007, 04:05 AM
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Basically, 'Last if the Time Lords' was originally played mid-June time, the Christmas special with Kylie will be out at (le gasp) Christmas, and then the next series, series 4 of the newer Doctor Who, will start probably next April as the past ones have done. We seem to transfer some shows over to Australia way before America, probably as a thanks for Neighbours, (even if we are about 2 months behind Australia)

Guess what is starting next week? The Sarah Jane Smith Adventures (also known as Dr Who for kiddies just as Torchwood is Dr Who for adults....except neither feature the Doctor)

Twlilightz - sadly I can only ever see her as a comedy actress, so serious scenes may not work as well as it has with the others, but then hopefully they won't have 'I love you Doctor' all the way through


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post Sep 23 2007, 05:06 AM
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this is just a little bit off topic but yea...
I know that I shouldn’t find this funny but where about to get a few programs “streamed directly from the US”. So that when the US gets 2 see it we also get to see it a few min later.
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^ Won't time differences make that a little....unhelpful?

Decided I will watch The Sarah Jane Adventures later, just to see what they're like, Torchwood works well as Jack can pull it together, but Sarah Jane Smith hmm....


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A) I don’t know what part of the US its coming form
B ) I only know what it said in that add
C) Its for shows I don’t see all that much so yea I know next to nothing about it.
But yes that is something I have not thought about and it would course a problem. But all I know about it is what they are saying in that one add and its not a lot of information.

How many spin offs of Doctor who are there?
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Just the 2 current spin off's, Torchwood and the Sarah Jane Adventures, though for a while they did try a show with K-9 that flopped. Maybe you could count that short cartoon they did on that kids Dr Who preview program, making it 3.


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post Oct 14 2007, 03:24 PM
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I saw the first six episodes of Torchwood but I didn't like it that much. I know it was meant to be an adult program, bu I think they went way over the top with some of the stuff. I liked the 'fairy' episode though, can't remember what it was called.


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Its a very old theme the fairies one, many a tale was told of people entering a fairy ring never to leave. Thats probably why it worked so well, playing on an basic fear of loss. There's a book called 'The Stolen Child' you might like if you enjoy that theme.


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http://www.bbc.co.uk/doctorwho/news/cult/n.../27/51031.shtml

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