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A lot of doctors at the hospital also wear bow-ties.

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The last season really annoyed me. The writing from Stephen Moffatt was awful and some of the lesser storylines were just a bit pathetic. On the otherhand, I did enjoy the huge major reveal and I like how its becoming a bit more than a monster a week, though I think it could use a bit of work next year.

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If you are disapointed with the way Doctor Who degenerated over the last two years, have a look at the fourth season of Torchwood. Russell T Davies did a perfect job over there after beeing replaced by Moffat at Doctor Who.

I don't want to give spoilers about the plot, i can only tell you: It's truly epic. 10 episodes of each 40 minutes for ONE single story. Worth every penny if you plan to get the dvds / blurays.

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I don't know how many of you (if any) Have read the Pern books, but I'm about 100 pages into "All The Weyrs Of Pern" and just realised that my brain makes AIVAS sound like Mr Smith xd.png

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Favorite Episode: The Shakespeare Code.. or Daleks in Manhattan?... Maybe Blink? xd.png

Favorite Companion: Martha Jones. biggrin.gif

Favorite Doctor: David for sure! I look at his pictures every day<3 o_o

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Doctor who has gotten worse over the years! Matt Smith is awful. Tom Baker, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant were epic.

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Doctor who has gotten worse over the years! Matt Smith is awful. Tom Baker, Christopher Eccleston and David Tennant were epic.

I agree with the second half of that. However, I like Matt. He has brought his own flair to the show. :3 I am rather like this dark side of doctor.

 

It's not his fault that the script is bad. I think he has done his best with what he was given.

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I agree with the second half of that. However, I like Matt. He has brought his own flair to the show. :3 I am rather like this dark side of doctor.

 

It's not his fault that the script is bad. I think he has done his best with what he was given.

amen that is all

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So I just recently re-watched Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (recently being during the Superbowl while my parents were freaking out downstairs), and I noticed a very familiar face:

David Tennant was the man who played Barty Crouch Jr.! I was pretty surprised when I realized that and I thought it was kind of neat.

 

Oh yeah, and changing subjects: I really hope Christopher Eccleston agrees to come back for the 50th anniversary special this year. I know he said he never wanted to be on the show again--though I'm not sure if it was out of a fear of being type-cast or if it was because he didn't get along with producers--but I hope he changes his mind. It's a special occasion, after all.

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Amy Pond knows nothing

She built her own sonic screwdriver.

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On that note, she has the ability to see *past* time and space *and* bring people back from beyond the end of the universe. That's without combining herself with the heart of the TARDIS/a Timelord. This is plain old Amelia Pond.

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On that note, she has the ability to see *past* time and space *and* bring people back from beyond the end of the universe. That's without combining herself with the heart of the TARDIS/a Timelord. This is plain old Amelia Pond.

Well, in a way she was absorbing the Time Vortex a bit, wasn't she? It was the crack caused by the TARDIS exploding that gave her that ability.

But the fact that she can handle that without her brain exploding or anything is impressive.

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Moffat just wanted Pond to be strong/awesome/smart/better than everyone else because she's HIS character. Pond is, in all honesty, one of the weakest of all the companions I've seen in terms of actual character.

 

Not to mention River Song, the worst companion and the 'wonderbaby' of the series.

 

Wonderbabies (as in, better than both parents/used to move the plot along/grow up in a single episode or off-screen entirely) are dumb plot devices. They never work. They're just used because the writers don't want to bother writing babies and children. I mean, just look at Bella Swan's wonderbaby from Twilight. Blech.

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Well, in a way she was absorbing the Time Vortex a bit, wasn't she? It was the crack caused by the TARDIS exploding that gave her that ability.

But the fact that she can handle that without her brain exploding or anything is impressive.

She absorbed all of Time and Space, not just the Vortex alone.

 

And to be honest, even if I do want to view Pond in a negative light it is far better the shoeRose-horning as per RTD.

 

Still, *shrug* Everyone has a preference to their Doctor and companion :~)

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But the TARDIS and the Enterprise are finally going to meet up in an official Doctor Who/Star Trek: The Next Generation crossover comic from IDW.

...

 

*dies*

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Found at deviantArt (credit to The-Quoi):

 

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Also (credit to kage-kunoichi):

 

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