I think it should be renamed Regeneration (TV story) Bigredrabbit 08:18, November 3, 2009 (UTC)

I disagree, with a name like Regeneration its too general, users would jump to the conclusion that it is a Doctor Who story, rather then a K9 story, and we do not know what Series Five could bring in terms of story name Bigshowbower 09:37, November 3, 2009 (UTC)
I agree with Bigshowbower. The precedent for spin off media is to place the show title between the parens when necessary. See Adam (TV story). As such I would like to propose that we undo the move that was, in my opinion, fairly hastily made. --Raukodraug 15:02, November 4, 2009 (UTC)

False production error Edit

When I encountered it, the page listed the following "production error":

  • There was a production error when K-9 gives Starkey the whistle. He says that if Starkey blows it it will "call you to my side." He meant it the other way around: "call me to your side".

This isn't within the definition of a production error. In order for a line of dialogue to be a production error, you'd have to prove that the actor said something that he or she didn't mean to say. It's not even enough to say that the actor's performance was at variance with the script, because that would mean that all improvisation would be in "error", and of course we can't say that. You'd have to have a statement by the actor saying that they didn't mean to say what they said. Even supposed Hartnell "fluffs" were known to be occasionally intentional, so it's impossible to divine with certainty the difference between an intended fluff (improvisation) and a genuine mistake (error).

In this specific case, given the fact that it was said by a pure voice actor, it's probably likely that he was saying the line exactly as scripted. After all, he wasn't required to memorise his lines at all; he was just reading from the script. It's hard to imagine how it could ever be a production error to read from the script. You're doing exactly what the production team intended.
czechout@fandom   20:37: Mon 07 May 2012 

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