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Third opinion[]

Hey there Boris, I'm just remembering that I was supposed to ask you to briefly weigh in on a minor dispute between myself and Scrooge over at Faction Paradox. It's really a minor thing, hence why I forgot about it, but could you do me the favor of reading this four-tweet thread and decide which of these descriptions is a better description? It's practically a distinction without a difference, and feel free to take your time with getting around to it. Just crossing my t's and dotting my i's! – n8 () 14:18, 2 July 2021 (UTC)

Also, just pinging you about Talk:Tales from the TARDIS, which seems like the sort of thing you'd be interested in knowing about. – n8 () 15:28, 8 July 2021 (UTC)
Wise choice. No worries about the delay, and thanks again for weighing in here and regarding the TARDIS / Time Tales! – n8 () 03:56, 9 July 2021 (UTC)

TV Century 21[]

Hi Boris,

I know that you are the go-to person for TV Century 21-related stuff, would you be able to pop over to that page's talkpage when you have a moment as I have posed a question about the missing stories. Thank you! RadMatter 17:37, 20 January 2022 (UTC)

Re: The Hollow Crown[]

Appoligies, the new wiki software slightly hid you message. The Kingmaker isn't an audio that I listen to that often, for me it doesn't live up to the hype and high regard most fans seem to hold it in, for me it is rather boring. The Hollow Crown is more connected to the TV story the Shakespeare code (and also the Day of the Doctor) as there are mentions that the Doctor the Queen Elizabeth and Shakespeare knew is different to the one they knew, i.e. 10. The uncut version of Richard III is about reinstating the cuts the Elizabeth ordered to keep up the propaganda about her bloodline. This may correlate to events in the Kingmaker, but to be fair there are so many discontinuities in the whoniverse that disregarding an ubsurd story of the Kingmaker to fit in with the TV series, given that the audience would probably come to the David Bradley range from the TV series. Hope that helps. Adric♥NyssaTalk? 11:00, 10 June 2022 (UTC)

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