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#1 November 2, 2012 8:31:57 PM

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Doctor Who

Yeah I'm a Whovian. There's a lot of Whovians out there; It's one of the world's biggest fandoms (The bronies still rule over all though IMO :trollestia: ).

It's always very captivating, and they've always got just the right bit of humor.
I've seen mostly stuff from the Eleventh Doctor (He's the only one whose episodes are available on On Demand right now), and a tiny bit of the Tenth Doctor. I know David Tennant was very popular during his era. I think Matt Smith is pretty awesome too, so if the Tenth Doctor is really that much more amazing then I'll have to watch some of his episodes when I get the chance.

Anyway let's talk about doctors and stuffz. :razz:

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#2 November 2, 2012 8:48:10 PM

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watched all of the revival and bits of the original
i was a bit lazy when it came to the eleventh and held out for the longest time
but i like him now ;0
also in the uk saying whovian sounds silly

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#3 November 2, 2012 8:50:43 PM

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The Doctor should wear a fez again. It was rude of River Song to just blast it off like that.


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#4 November 2, 2012 8:53:23 PM

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rude haha


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#5 November 2, 2012 10:18:29 PM

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Doctor Who is now one of my favorite shows; I've only watched the first episode.


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#6 November 2, 2012 10:33:29 PM

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which first episode!!


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#7 November 2, 2012 10:40:11 PM

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Technically there's two first episodes; the one from the old series and the new series (even though they're both directly related to each other)


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#8 November 3, 2012 1:07:55 PM

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Oh. I'm really not sure which one I watched, but I probably watched the new one.


"A regular Friday audience, 90 percent feminine and 100 percent well-bred, sat stoically yesterday through thirty minutes of the most cacophonous world premiere ever heard here - the first performance anywhere of a new Violin Concerto by Arnold Schoenberg. Yesterday's piece combines the best sound effects of a hen yard at feeding time, a brisk morning in Chinatown and practice hour at a busy music conservatory. The effect on the vast majority of hearers is that of a lecture on the fourth dimension delivered in Chinese." -An anonymous Philadelphia Record reviewer, on Schoenberg's Op. 36 Violin Concerto.

"I am delighted to add another unplayable work to the repertoire." -Arnold Schoenberg, on his Op. 36 Violin Concerto.

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#9 November 5, 2012 12:19:22 AM

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Ninth incarnation. :)
I was Doctor Who (same incarnation) for the school dance.


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#10 November 5, 2012 12:37:37 AM

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In person, Luna (the user) looks like a younger version of the Ninth Doctor.
I've heard that the Eighth and Ninth incarnations were pretty good too, but they didn't get enough screen time (especially Eight).


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#11 November 5, 2012 12:51:51 AM

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Are you kidding? One episode of incarnation nine is an entire hour with the commercials that used to show.


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#12 November 6, 2012 10:38:00 PM

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#13 November 15, 2012 12:58:58 AM

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*Must keep this forum running, cause theres so much more to talk about! 8)* I'm not done yet, but I'm up to the 10th Doctor's first season! I must admit, the 9th Doctor did better than people give him credit for (Though the 10th will be forever better! :idea:) and I've watched a few stand-alone episodes of the 11th (Power Of Three (or The slow invasion of the cubes) and A Town Called Mercy) and I love them! My dad does too, but my sister and mom just laugh and say we're nerds (We are :scootaloo:). Mom spelt TARDIS wrong (she did it TARTIS XD) and how she remembers it now because of ReTARD :?. Well, at least I have my dad! :D


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#14 November 15, 2012 1:00:37 AM

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Wait...Whitetigress, I have no idea what you said.

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#15 November 15, 2012 8:48:55 AM

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WhiteTigress wrote:

*Must keep this forum running, cause theres so much more to talk about! 8)* I'm not done yet, but I'm up to the 10th Doctor's first season! I must admit, the 9th Doctor did better than people give him credit for (Though the 10th will be forever better! :idea:) and I've watched a few stand-alone episodes of the 11th (Power Of Three (or The slow invasion of the cubes) and A Town Called Mercy) and I love them! My dad does too, but my sister and mom just laugh and say we're nerds (We are :scootaloo:). Mom spelt TARDIS wrong (she did it TARTIS XD) and how she remembers it now because of ReTARD :?. Well, at least I have my dad! :D

so uh your mum calls you retards
wow i wouldn't like to know her


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#16 November 15, 2012 8:41:02 PM

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Not what she meant. :razz:


"A regular Friday audience, 90 percent feminine and 100 percent well-bred, sat stoically yesterday through thirty minutes of the most cacophonous world premiere ever heard here - the first performance anywhere of a new Violin Concerto by Arnold Schoenberg. Yesterday's piece combines the best sound effects of a hen yard at feeding time, a brisk morning in Chinatown and practice hour at a busy music conservatory. The effect on the vast majority of hearers is that of a lecture on the fourth dimension delivered in Chinese." -An anonymous Philadelphia Record reviewer, on Schoenberg's Op. 36 Violin Concerto.

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#17 November 15, 2012 10:17:33 PM

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jukyter wrote:

WhiteTigress wrote:

*Must keep this forum running, cause theres so much more to talk about! 8)* I'm not done yet, but I'm up to the 10th Doctor's first season! I must admit, the 9th Doctor did better than people give him credit for (Though the 10th will be forever better! :idea:) and I've watched a few stand-alone episodes of the 11th (Power Of Three (or The slow invasion of the cubes) and A Town Called Mercy) and I love them! My dad does too, but my sister and mom just laugh and say we're nerds (We are :scootaloo:). Mom spelt TARDIS wrong (she did it TARTIS XD) and how she remembers it now because of ReTARD :?. Well, at least I have my dad! :D

so uh your mum calls you retards
wow i wouldn't like to know her

X3 No it's like Rainbow calling Twi an egghead, she sorta meant it well. :P


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#18 December 8, 2012 10:09:18 PM

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I finished The Shakespeare Code, Closing Time, The Marriage of River Song, and The Long Game. I had a lot of time on my hands (no pun intended).


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#19 February 10, 2013 6:38:36 PM

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He watches Netflix every day after dinner.


"A regular Friday audience, 90 percent feminine and 100 percent well-bred, sat stoically yesterday through thirty minutes of the most cacophonous world premiere ever heard here - the first performance anywhere of a new Violin Concerto by Arnold Schoenberg. Yesterday's piece combines the best sound effects of a hen yard at feeding time, a brisk morning in Chinatown and practice hour at a busy music conservatory. The effect on the vast majority of hearers is that of a lecture on the fourth dimension delivered in Chinese." -An anonymous Philadelphia Record reviewer, on Schoenberg's Op. 36 Violin Concerto.

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#20 February 10, 2013 6:47:21 PM

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I think Midnight, Bad Wolf and Closing Time were my favorite episodes.


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#21 February 10, 2013 7:02:22 PM

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Hm... I don't really know my favourite episode! :facehoof:
Probably one with Donna in! B)
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#22 February 11, 2013 12:12:07 AM

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Donna was a really cool companion, especially in Journey's End. Lol.


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#23 November 24, 2013 10:22:01 PM

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Sausagefanclub wrote:

The Doctor should wear a fez again. It was rude of River Song to just blast it off like that.

Huh...got that right. He just did! (See the newest episode for details. Also, no spoilers. I haven't quite finished it yet.)
Also, "It's a machine...that goes ding. Made it myself!"

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#24 November 27, 2013 11:17:57 PM

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day of the doctor sucked so bad


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#25 December 25, 2013 7:07:38 PM

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jukyter wrote:

day of the doctor sucked so bad

Personally I liked it, but think what you want.

The fez returned.

And today we shall see the 12th Doctor for the first time. I think Peter Capaldi is going to be fantastic.


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