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Old 04-16-2005, 01:20 PM   #81
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cheesy. but awesome I can't wait for next week's episode

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<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">I've read Dreamcatcher, I just knew there was an alien in the farting MP </td></tr></table>
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Old 04-16-2005, 04:02 PM   #82
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Yeah, this episode was brilliant... but [hangs head in shame] i forgot it was on and missed the first 15 minutes. I was quite shocked when it was a two-parter. Didn't think there were going to be any except for the final episode(s).....
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Old 04-16-2005, 08:52 PM   #83
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This new episode was great, it was old school Doctor Who: overacting, crappy looking aliens, and a proper cliffhanger involving screaming and women being menaced! Excellent stuff. Doctor Who keeps getting better and better!

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">Rose's boyfriend saying that he was the number one murder suspect, and was questioned five times, and Rose's mum slapping the Doctor were the high points of this episode. And did anyone spot the BBC's real life political correspondant Andrew Marr doing a cameo?</td></tr></table>
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Old 04-16-2005, 09:22 PM   #84
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And when Micky emphatically said that he had been questioned 5 times, did you notice he only held up 4 fingers?
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And when Micky emphatically said that he had been questioned 5 times, did you notice he only held up 4 fingers?
That's because they couldn't afford the actor who has five fingers on his hand......
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Old 04-17-2005, 07:46 AM   #86
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Great episode.

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler"> I thought Andrew Marr was the alien! </td></tr></table>
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Old 04-23-2005, 05:18 PM   #87
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Thoroughly enjoyed this weeks finish of the 1st two parter. It's starting to feel already like a shame to me that Ecclestone is going, ah well.
Now for the good bit - next week sees the story with the 'D' things!
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Old 04-23-2005, 06:45 PM   #88
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Tonight's episode was really ass-kickingly good. Every episode is better than the last. And the trailer for next weeks episode! Holy shit! I can't wait!

Joe, what did you think?
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Old 04-23-2005, 06:46 PM   #89
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Now for the good bit - next week sees the story with the 'D' things!
Woohoo! The 'D' things! \o/

I'm downloading the latest episode as I type this. Should be done in about an hour.
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Old 04-24-2005, 10:11 AM   #90
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Finally got to watch World War Three. Not a bad, but certainly not as strong as the first three episodes.

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">I liked that the Doctor invited Micky along. I was hoping Micky would say yes, but I also like how the Doctor covered for him, making it seem like he still didn't like him.</td></tr></table>
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Old 04-24-2005, 10:12 AM   #91
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they're baaaaaaaaaaaack next week!

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Old 04-24-2005, 03:34 PM   #92
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Oh, I rather liked the bit where:

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler"> The doctor had got that lad who vandalised the Tardis, in the previous episode, to clear it off and says to him "do that again and I'll 'ave you"</td></tr></table>

Truly Christopher E. is turned out to be a great Doctor.
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Old 04-24-2005, 09:02 PM   #93
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Truly Christopher E. is turned out to be a great Doctor.
My favorite bit in the last episode:
<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">The Doctor's ultimatum: "Either you stop, or I'll stop you!" The aliens laughed and say, "What? You? While trapped in that room?" The Doctor leveled his gaze and said, "Yeah. Me."</td></tr></table>
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Old 04-25-2005, 09:48 AM   #94
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^^ Yep, that was really good, also -

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler"> The bit in front of the lift, and "Massive weapons of destruction that can be deployed in 45 seconds" </td></tr></table>

Anyone see the Quatermass Experiment? with David Tennant? Pretty good

oh and -
<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler"> "I travel through time and space and you think I haven't got a phone?!" </td></tr></table>
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I thought Mickey was fairly useless in Rose and in Aliens of London, but I rather liked him in World War 3. Nice moment outside the Tardis at the end of the episode before Rose and her mum walked up. Rose's mum is probably the most annoying character in the series.

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">I wish she had been killed by the Slitheen at the end of Aliens of London</td></tr></table>

I actually liked Part 1 of this story better than Part 2. I don't have a concrete reason, it's not like Part 2 sucked or anything, but I just liked Part 1. One thing though.

This two parter shows the failure of the new show's format. With mostly single episode stories, you lose a vital part of the old show's appeal - the cliffhanger. There are two more two parters to come, there's one after the Dalek episode, and one to end the season. But you lose the cliffhanger. Oh, and that reminds me. When you DO have a cliffhanger, DON'T RUN A PREVIEW FOR NEXT WEEK FIVE SECONDS AFTER THE CLIFFHANGER! You've just undercut your drama leading to the cliffhanger by showing you who the smeg survives and give a general idea of what happens. Wow did that suck!

Regarding Dalek stuff. Yeah, the preview for next week looked pretty cool. I just hope we don't have to wait for like 20 minutes before seeing the Dalek. Introduce it straight away. I would have liked to have seen more than a single Dalek, however..

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">
If what I'm reading is true, then the last two episodes are about the Time War on Gallifrey that the Doctor and the tree woman alluded to in Episode 2. Will have the Daleks being the ones that did that.

And as long as we're talking series ending spoilers, I've been reading that the new Doctor has actually been cast for a long time, and that a regeneration scene has already been filmed for the end of Episode 13. I did read a remark where RTD mentioned something like "...the new fans of the show will get to experience regeneration as well".

What I think will happen is that the last two episodes will be the Time War, the Doctor does something to save the Time Lords and Gallifrey, but forces him to regenerate, and then we'll get the new Doctor in the Xmas special and the next series. </td></tr></table>

If you want to see a one minute clip from the Dalek episode showing off some of the "new features" of the Eccleston Daleks, download this:

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Old 04-25-2005, 12:09 PM   #96
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Holy shit! That kicks ass big time! For the first time in ages, the Daleks (or rather a Dalek) are shown as being unstoppable and ruthless bad-asses. In the later years of Doctor Who they became lumbering cliched and mindless baddies who were thwarted by the Doctor at this crop of a hat, and now this! The thrill of seeing that made me think of my childhood, and the excitement of seeing the Daleks. Saturday can't come quick enough.
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Old 04-25-2005, 12:55 PM   #97
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This two parter shows the failure of the new show's format. With mostly single episode stories, you lose a vital part of the old show's appeal - the cliffhanger.
Interestingly, I have no attachment to the cliffhangers like some fans. Years ago when I used to watch Doctor Who on PBS, all the stories were shown movie-style with all the episodes strung together. I actually enjoyed watching them like that, and I'm only slightly annoyed that the DVDs keep the stories in their original episodic format (surely modern technology would allow them to create a "branching DVD" feature that strips out the titles and just runs one episode into the next?).

Not saying I'm against cliffhangers or anything, but I don't think they're nearly as wonderful as some people think they are. Personally, I actually like getting a complete story in one sitting.

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I agree with you on this. If they're going to include cliffhangers then at least get them right!
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Old 04-25-2005, 08:37 PM   #98
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I thought they got away from that with the Sylvester McCoy Dalek story. Davros was in it, but only at the end. It was mostly just "The Daleks".

Plus they had that new "Special Weapons Dalek", as well as having a Dalek go up the stairs for the first time - the cliffhanger for Episode 1 of that story is one of the all time greatest Dr Who moments, and it's cut out in the version where all the episodes are spliced together.

Colin Baker's Dalek story also had Davros hovering in the air, too.
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Old 04-25-2005, 08:39 PM   #99
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I have yet to see any of the episodes. When the hell is it on?

Or, must I resort to the internet, or, DVD.
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Old 04-25-2005, 10:16 PM   #100
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If you live in the UK then you can catch it Saturdays at 7 p.m. on BBC One. If you live in Canada then look for it Tuesdays at 8 p.m. on CBC. If you live outside of the UK or Canada (currently the only two countries showing the new Who) then your only options are to wait until your country gets around to showing the program (if ever), wait for the DVD release, or introduce yourself to the wonderful world of internet file sharing.
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Old 04-27-2005, 07:41 PM   #101
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Yes, go Canada!

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Old 04-30-2005, 01:00 PM   #102
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Dalek: Best episode of new series so far!

That was a great episode! Slightly cheesey in places, but brilliant! CE's acting with the dalek was great, and the Dalek did a good bit of acting itself. I felt like a kid again watching that!

Excellent!
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Yeah, I've seen three episodes so far and this was the only one I liked and the only one that 'felt' like Dr Who.
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Old 04-30-2005, 07:17 PM   #104
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Absolutely brilliant episode!

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">I loved the development of the Doctor's character (is he really responsible for the destruction of the Timelords?), and I can't believe how much sympathy I felt for the Dalek! At the beginning of the episode, I was rooting for its destruction. By the end, I was hoping it would live. I especially enjoyed the Doctor's change of heart at the very end. "I can't...". Wonderful writing and characterization all around.</td></tr></table>
This is also one of Eccelstone's better acted episodes because it gave him lots of juicy angst and grit to sink his teeth into which he is much better with than the light heartedness from some of the past episodes.

I'm not sure which I like better between The End of the World and Dalek (my two favorites so far), but I think EotW edges D out slightly because the script and story were more well-rounded.

But all in all, can't say I've been disappointed with a single episode of this series.
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meh. I wasn't that impressed by this one.

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">The whole point of the scariness of the daleks is that you don't know what's in them. Sure the oldbies know, but it's wrecked part of the scariness for a whole load of newbies. And having it kill itself? For me that wiped out the whole unstoppable unreasoning killing machine (yes I know there were mitigating circumstances) </td></tr></table>

Did anyone notice the callsign of Van Statten's helicopter / jet? What's up with that?
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<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">That's been shown a few times already in the past - this was really nothing new. We've seen the inside of a Dalek before.

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Most everyone seems to forget the issue of going up stairs was resolved already back in 1988 in Sylvester McCoy's Dalek story. And a couple of years before that, Davros hovered in Colin Baker's Dalek story, too.
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Most everyone seems to forget the issue of going up stairs was resolved already back in 1988 in Sylvester McCoy's Dalek story. And a couple of years before that, Davros hovered in Colin Baker's Dalek story, too.
I didn't forget. Did anyone think that spoiler <font color="#1F1F22"> the dalek innards were less scarier than they were originally? I remember it being more slimy, darker green and generally more disgusting to look at.... not like some cutey'ed-up Jim Henson workshop reject. </font>
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I didn't forget. Did anyone think that spoiler <font color="#1F1F22"> the dalek innards were less scarier than they were originally? I remember it being more slimy, darker green and generally more disgusting to look at.... not like some cutey'ed-up Jim Henson workshop reject. </font>
I didn't think that they were too bad. The depiction of them were worse in the Peter Cushing mpvies.

This episode showed an interesting change to CE Doctor's personality, namely that he didn't have any qualms about destroying all the Dalek's, whilst TB Doctor agonised about whether he had the right to exterminate them as a species.
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I didn't forget. Did anyone think that spoiler <font color="#1F1F22"> the dalek innards were less scarier than they were originally? I remember it being more slimy, darker green and generally more disgusting to look at.... not like some cutey'ed-up Jim Henson workshop reject. </font>
<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler">By that point in the story, you were supposed to feel sympathy for the pathetic creature that was the Dalek, so it's understandable they didn't want to make it too repulsive. Also, its DNA had been altered by Rose which could account for its changed appearance.</td></tr></table>
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heheh I love Simon Pegg

And PLEASE! - what is all the Bad Wolf stuff about?
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Old 05-07-2005, 01:48 PM   #111
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Another good episode. Simon Pegg, as ever, was excellent.

This new series continues to get better and better. The Doctor continues to become more interesting, how much actually does he know? More than he is prepared to let on I think.

<table><tr><th><font size="-1">Spoiler below:</font></th></tr><tr><td class="spoiler"> I'm glad to see that young man, picked up last week, got sent home at the end of the episode - his acting was rather wooden this episode. I think it's not the last we will be seeing of him though - with that computer thing in his head, and his strong sense of aggrievement at the doctor he could go on to become a new villain.

Did anyone spot the reference to the Face of Bo (sp?), who first appeared in the episode "End of the World"? Apparently he is pregnant(!), to which the Doctor replies "Again?"
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One of the better (in an already great series) episodes I thought. Simon Pegg is always a good addition to a cast, and he was wonderfully camp and sinister as the editor.
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Nobody really knows.

Edit: Just watched it. Great episode! Ranks up there with The End of the World.

Next week's episode, again, looks very interesting. And Rose finally screams like the Doctor Who companions of old!
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Nobody really knows.

OK. This is getting bizarre.
Goto http://www.whoisdrwho.co.uk/ which is the site behind the search engine address in the first episode.

Now, click on the link for GeoComtex (Van stattens company in the dalek episode) Goto the support page.
Translate the morse code in the first question.
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The morse code says "BAD WOLF"

Have you noticed that the page http://www.whoisdrwho.co.uk/ has pictures of David Tenant (the next Doctor Who), Bill Nighy (a Doctor Who candidate) and Richard E Grant (the internet doctor Who) and a picture of a woman, who I think, is an early Doctor Who assistant. Interesting. Perhaps some internet campaign, or something for the hardcore fans. Or perhaps nothing at all.

On the disclaimer page for the GeoComTex site there is the text:

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The following couple of shots are ones I really liked from the Dalek episode.
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Dalek shot 2 - Great "disgusted" look on Ecceleston
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Dalek shot 3 - I really liked the eyepiece view. Made Rose look really good in this. It looks better in motion, though.
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And finally, the Dalek after it's "water escapade".

Great scene this is.
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Hey Joe.
How do you manage to get such a great screenshot?

I assume you have a tv card, and you capture the program, then take a snapshot.

I capture using a pvr-250 at dvd resolution (740x480), with a 6000+ bitrate, but my screenshot is not as sharp.

What's your secret?

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