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Dr. Who -- another British series for me!

Post  frenchsnake on Sun Mar 16, 2008 3:11 am

So I've started watching Dr. Who... and I like it a lot! I've only seen the few episodes my friend has downloaded so far, so I've seen the first episode of the newest season (where all these plastic mannequins are trying to invade the Earth) and an episode called Blink with living evil angel statues. Blink gave me nightmares for a week... especially since I live right next to a church right now!!
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Post  KaibaGirl007 on Mon Mar 17, 2008 7:56 am

Got you too did he? lol

I liked Blink, very clever.

The three christmas episodes are good episodes to watch, as well as Rise of the Cybermen, The Girl in the Fireplace, School Reunion, Tooth and Claw, The Shakespeare Code which are some of my favs. ^_^

I only watch to drool over David Tennant (yes I'm shallow,lol)
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Post  frenchsnake on Mon Mar 17, 2008 1:07 pm

Is that the actor who plays the Dr. Who in Blink? I don't know names...

And you know, Julian McMahon is a big part of why I watched Charmed Wink
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Post  Spyke on Tue Mar 18, 2008 6:42 pm

I watch it now and again, Tennant doesn't really give as much emotion into the part as Eccleston did IMO but Tennant has done his part well.
Now, I admit the one I care mostly for is Bllie Piper Rolling Eyes Very Happy

I saw the blink episode at my grand parents' house, good episode but never made sense til the end. My sister can't look at statuettes in the same way now.

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Post  KaibaGirl007 on Thu Mar 20, 2008 3:07 pm

frenchsnake wrote:Is that the actor who plays the Dr. Who in Blink? I don't know names...

Yep, he's the tenth doctor. Very yummy. ^_^


Spyke wrote:I watch it now and again, Tennant doesn't really give as much emotion into the part as Eccleston did IMO but Tennant has done his part well.
Now, I admit the one I care mostly for is Bllie Piper Rolling Eyes Very Happy


All I can think about whenever I see Eccleston is his character in Shallow Grave.

I wish they'd bring back Hamster features, I mean Billie. (I'm not a Billie fan since she plagued my teenage years with this) Nothing against Freema, but she just doesn't seem like she belongs there. Neutral
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Post  Spyke on Fri Mar 21, 2008 12:08 pm

KaibaGirl007 wrote:
frenchsnake wrote:Is that the actor who plays the Dr. Who in Blink? I don't know names...

Yep, he's the tenth doctor. Very yummy. ^_^


Spyke wrote:I watch it now and again, Tennant doesn't really give as much emotion into the part as Eccleston did IMO but Tennant has done his part well.
Now, I admit the one I care mostly for is Bllie Piper Rolling Eyes Very Happy


All I can think about whenever I see Eccleston is his character in Shallow Grave.

I wish they'd bring back Hamster features, I mean Billie. (I'm not a Billie fan since she plagued my teenage years with this) Nothing against Freema, but she just doesn't seem like she belongs there. Neutral

For a moment I thought you meant THE Hamster, Richard Hammond, now if he got into an episode that would be awesome.

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Post  KaibaGirl007 on Tue Mar 25, 2008 6:53 am

Spyke wrote: THE Hamster, Richard Hammond, now if he got into an episode that would be awesome.
lol, Maybe the doctor was responsible for the dragster crash and his amazing recovery Question
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Post  KaibaGirl007 on Fri Sep 18, 2009 4:09 am

The best Doctor Who fanvid, EVER!

I absolutely adore Donna ^^

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