Does anyone know where I can get some good Doctor Who trivia quizzes?
What's on your mind?
What is the best cliffhanger in all of Doctor Who's history? (This includes books, audios and comics)
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Who's better 11th or 10th doctor?
Tom Baker and Elizabeth Sladen,
The GREATEST Doctor of them all and the GREATEST Companion of them all (just my opinion Fellow Whovians.) are the latest Throwback Thursday Doctor Who Style.
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If you could regenerate what would your 13 lives be like? What would each of them wear? Would you change genders a few times?
I know doctor who has done a lot of spij offs 4 licensed by BBC and others like k9 and homevids but how many are there TV wise not including audio
It would be pretty cool to have a whole season of just a male companion I think. Imagine a few adventures with just Rory, Mickey or Jack with any Doctor
Agree or Disagree? (let me know what you think in the comments):
Personally I would say, no. Unoriginality isn't really excusable, which is why I don't think The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood is excusable because of its unoriginality. Hopefully, there are other things that might drive your attention away from the fact that a story is unoriginal, such as the actors and the way they play their part, the characters, and even the camera movements and angles can do that, as well as the scenery and the different locations you could discover.
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Can be from any range and any year
I'm the kind of fan who wants the TV show to always try and do new things. With Series 12 incoming, I'd very much like the show to get closer to, if not completely reach, the level of ambition and creativity that the novels (VNA, EDA) and the Big Finish audios (particularly the first 50 Main Range releases) had.
There are a few films that really capture the tone and imagination that I love & want Doctor Who to be inspired from. Such would be:
- any of David Lynch's films, particularly Eraserhead and Mulholland Drive
- a possible samurai tale in a similar vein to Akira Kurosawa's epics such as Seven Samurai (or even a pseudohistorical twist, like Throne of Blood)
What are your ideas?
Matt and Karen ten years ago.
Barely anyone I know in India watches this gem of a show. Anyone out there?
I I think David Tennet
In the same vein as the “Classic Doctors, New Monsters” anthology, we get to see the Doctor’s classic incarnations team up with modern day companions. What would your dream matchups be? Mine are:
Seventh Doctor and Bill Potts: Twelve said during Titan Comics “The Wolves of Winter” that Bill was a lot like Ace, so it’d be interesting to see her chemistry with Seven, and perhaps even Ace herself.
Sixth Doctor and Donna Noble: the abrasive and arrogant Sixth Doctor and the sarcastic, loud, and fiery Donna. It writes itself.
Anyone who has listened to his performances as the Monk knows that he gives the character charm and grace. I believe that the Monk should be a big bad because unlike the Master or the Daleks or Tim Shaw he’s morally ambiguous. The Monk can and does do the right thing; other times he takes a ends justifies the means approach to helping people, he’ll kill 10 people to save 20. It could be a great series arc he could seduce one or two of the companions and make a redemption arc.
1) Eleventh Doctor - as soon as I hear that music my heart swells and get really excited.
2) Captain Jack Harkness - It’s a great upbeat tune, first appeared in the Torchwood episode “Countryside” and it came from Murray Gold going ‘here he comes in a bloody great tractor’ then putting it too music and I can’t hear it without saying that phrase under my breath because it’s hilarious.
3) Yvonne Hartman - This came from her first BigFinish story “One Rule” and just perfectly captures her character and I love it.