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-MikeD- wrote:
yanobandy wrote:Just saying, it runs in the family i think. Mummy and daddy dont like it either.
In the interests of fairness, shouldn't yanobandy be taking a week long bath like comicsgalore? After all, they are THE SAME PERSON!

Just saying.
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WizzKid97 wrote:Also, I've given up watching Sarah Jane Adventures for now, I tried to watch it again but I couldn't, it just seemed too sad watching the final series of it and seeing Elisabeth Sladen alive and well possibly months before the tragic news. :(
Well, you're missing a treat. The last two episodes - The Curse of Clyde Langer - have been among the strongest since The Sarah Jane Adventures started. Touching, well acted and socially aware.

I can't deny it's tinged with sadness, but I'm still enjoying it.
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yanobandy wrote:I dont watch Doctor Who. Looks boring.
This is always the way, people never give it a chance! Kids in my school always say Doctor Who is weird and nerdy, thing is the reason they don't like it is because their brain capacity is so small that they can't withhold enough information to get the programme.

No offence to anyone on here, it's just I get annoyed at people who say things like that (not saying yanobandy did mean to suggest that but just saying I don't like it.)

Also, I've given up watching Sarah Jane Adventures for now, I tried to watch it again but I couldn't, it just seemed too sad watching the final series of it and seeing Elisabeth Sladen alive and well possibly months before the tragic news. :(
Similary, you couldnt withhold enough information to get that on isnt spelt with an e. Just saying.

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yanobandy wrote:Similary, you couldnt withhold enough information to get that on isnt spelt with an e. Just saying.
I'm sorry, what?
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Please ban yanobandy from this site - I'm on the verge of doing a Lew Stringer and walking. His posts are just an unnecessary irritation.

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Kindly return to discussing Doctor Who, not whether two users are identical.

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There was a discussion on the radio last night - LBC or Five Live - asking if Doctor Who was not as good as it once was. But I can't remember any particular points so a waste of time me mentioning it. But you may be able to "Listen Again" via new fangled internet doohickeys. (A no-prize for who can say where that word came from).

Found it - it was last night's Tony Livesey show 11/10/11. And on the iplayer it is 1 hour 47 minute 30 seconds into the show. I'm just off now to sort out a warpcore breach.
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Sorry if this could be seen as spamming but I'm curious on who you prefer as the Doctor out of David Tennant and Matt Smith because I seem to be one of very few who thinks Matt Smith is brilliant and funny!
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I like the last two doctors but would like to wipe Christopher Eccleston from my memory banks. He was too normal and had no idiosyncrasies, the doctor should be an eccentric.

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stevezodiac wrote:I like the last two doctors but would like to wipe Christopher Eccleston from my memory banks. He was too normal and had no idiosyncrasies, the doctor should be an eccentric.
Agreed, he acted too serious as well, I find the Doctor needs to be a bit weird, bad at socialising and very eccentric. Basically nothing Christopher Eccleston offered us.
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WizzKid97 wrote:
stevezodiac wrote:I like the last two doctors but would like to wipe Christopher Eccleston from my memory banks. He was too normal and had no idiosyncrasies, the doctor should be an eccentric.
Agreed, he acted too serious as well, I find the Doctor needs to be a bit weird, bad at socialising and very eccentric. Basically nothing Christopher Eccleston offered us.
Disagree. I loved Eccleston's Doctor...somehow human and alien at the same time, yet capable of great anger. A lot of it was down to how good an actor Chris is. He even made Aliens of London bearable!

And one thing we can say about 10th, 11th and 12th Doctor...they're definitely all the same person... :)
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-MikeD- wrote:
WizzKid97 wrote:
stevezodiac wrote:I like the last two doctors but would like to wipe Christopher Eccleston from my memory banks. He was too normal and had no idiosyncrasies, the doctor should be an eccentric.
Agreed, he acted too serious as well, I find the Doctor needs to be a bit weird, bad at socialising and very eccentric. Basically nothing Christopher Eccleston offered us.
Disagree. I loved Eccleston's Doctor...somehow human and alien at the same time, yet capable of great anger. A lot of it was down to how good an actor Chris is. He even made Aliens of London bearable!

And one thing we can say about 10th, 11th and 12th Doctor...they're definitely all the same person... :)
1. I see the angle you're coming from, he made tense moments even more tense, he's a brilliant actor. He just wasn't crazy enough for my liking. (That said, I didn't like David Tennant too much because he always overreacted and was too crazy (so much he became boastful and stupid, largely being the cause of his regeneration))

2. Ha ha! You're a proper genius Mike! :lol:
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Anybody watched The Curse of Clyde Langer?

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