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posted by Missymoo19
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These are my "unpopular opinions" (idea credited to Trailer erpel, drake on YouTube) about Doctor Who 2005. Now, these might be controversial so PLEASE be respectful in the comments!

Michelle Gomez is a FAR better Master than John Simm. Simm was fine, but he was too over the oben, nach oben for me to properly enjoy.



The Weeping Engel are not that scary. They’re creepy, sometimes startling as well as being creative monsters and I’m glad they exist but they aren’t terrifying to me as they are to a lot of other people.



Going with the above, the Midnight Entity is THE scariest thing from New Who!...
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posted by WIBBILY_WOBBLY
As he sits at Home all he can think about is Rose and how he left her behind.He thinks of all the good times they had together. His eyes burned as he watched another episode of their video diaries. It hurt him to just look at a Foto of Rose. "I hope she is happy with where she is right now but I know she is sad. I miss her. I wonder if she missies me too?" She meant so much to the Doctor. She was his Tag and his night,she was the burning Liebe in his heart. Just the thought of Rose mead the Doctor sad.

"Evere since I met RoseI new we had a special connection like no other companion. I Liebe her...
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posted by WIBBILY_WOBBLY
The tears in her eyes are real tears, and still she waits for him to come back. She waits for her Liebe and still just her and the wind on this lonely beach. The tears in her eyes threatening to spill on to her cold cheeks as she took a deep breath. Du could see the pain in her eyes as she stood and looked right back into his eyes and could see the same amount of pain and maybe even more.

"Tell me the first sentence Du sagte to me when we came here for the first time ever." Rose said. "Does it really need saying?" the Doctor asked Rose. "Yes, just tell me!" Rose yelled back at him. He walked...
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 An unthinkable choice for John Smith in 'The Family of Blood'.
An unthinkable choice for John Smith in 'The Family of Blood'.
Continuation of my review of part one of Series 3.

Human Nature/The Family of Blood
Upon first viewings, I never really understood the 'buzz' surrounding this little story, but recently, I have figured that I previously overlooked this Doctor Who gem, and now I consider it to be in my oben, nach oben ten of all time favourite Who episodes. The story starts off in Farringham School for Boys in part one, where The Doctor, under the alias of John Smith, has taken up residence as a teacher. With action-packed and dramatic flashbacks to events that have been and gone, it is revealed that The Doctor has turned...
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 New adventures begin with The Doctor and Martha.
New adventures begin with The Doctor and Martha.
Another series has passed Von for me as I continue with my Doctor Who re-run in the lead up to Series 8, which airs later on in the year. Today, I will offer my opinions on the episodes which make up series 3; the series which marked the return of the Doctor's greatest enemy: The Master.

Smith and Jones
I have, and always will have, a soft spot for this episode, being it the very first I ever watched. It was the story which got me hooked to the Zeigen in the first place, and so it holds a special place in my heart. In my opinion, it is one of the best introductions for a new companion, as we are...
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posted by PurpleStar17
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 screaming crowd
screaming crowd
*A WARM SHOUT OUT TO THOSE WHO HELPED as I know I didn't fit in all your stuff in cuz i was trying to get as many people as possible, AND THOSE THAT DIDN'T MAKE IT IN:TARDIS-Granger

The screaming crowds. The hours spent online, spreading pictures and information. All these people coming together. Let me introduce Du to a fandom.
Fandom is a term that sounds like what is is—it refers to all the combined Fans of something. It can be a sport, hobby, oder book. It can be very specific, down to one show; oder wide, encompassing all shows in a genre. The Fans are closely connected Von shared interest....
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posted by xi_omega
Jenny approached the old man with caution, was he her farther, she was informed Von erpel, drake that Time Lords could regenerate, this drove her to the idea of her resurrection being caused Von a delayed regeneration.
Jenny: is it really you, dad?
12th Doctor: oh Jenny, yes it's me, your old man
Clara: umm Doctor?
12th Doctor: umm, yes Clara
Clara: who are these people?
12th Doctor: oh right sorry, Clara this is Jenny, my daughter
Jenny: (quirky) hello (quickly walks up to Clara and shakes her hand)
Clara: wow, your friendly
12th Doctor: (faces Jenny's group) but who are Du three
Drake: (smiling) I'm Drake...
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 The belief-challenging two-parter boasted comparitively darker themes.
The belief-challenging two-parter boasted comparitively darker themes.
Continuation of my Series 2 review in Part One.

The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit
Also another highly favoured of mine, this story never stops being enjoyable to watch. The first part begins with The Doctor and Rose becoming trapped orbiting impossibly around a Black Hole, and that's not the only impossible thing that occurs. The Beast, heavily hinted to be Satan, begun leaking through into the characters' and the audiences' fear during the tension-building first episode, and Gabriel Woolf voiced The Beast effortlessly. There was a great claustrophic atmosphere generated in the episode, and...
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 Rose reunites with her dead father in the amazing 'Father's Day'.
Rose reunites with her dead father in the amazing 'Father's Day'.
Continuation of part one of my series 1 review.

Father's Day
This episode had it all. It managed to get exactly the right balance between emotion, fear, characterisation, relationships, and the concept of time. The Doctor and Rose's friendship was tested, but they came out of it stronger than ever. The scenes between Rose and her dad were heart-wrenching, and so was the moment when Jackie realised that Rose was 'her' Rose. The end scene where Pete dies in his daughter's arms is utterly tearful.
Ranking: 10/10

The Empty Child/The Doctor Dances
This two-parter was easily better than the Slitheen...
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 The Ninth Doctor and Rose start New-Who off with a bang!
The Ninth Doctor and Rose start New-Who off with a bang!
In the long wait for Series 8 of Doctor Who, I quickly decided upon re-watching the whole lot again, starting from the fantastic Series 1. Series 1 was the series which brought it all back, and it certainly should never be forgotten.

Rose
The very first episode of New era Who definitely struck a chord. Everything about it, from the companion-orientated plot to the brand new cgi and effects, was something very special and very different to what we'd previously seen. The episode gets the right balance between setting the scene and introducing the characters, and tackling the threat of the Nestene...
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 The Doctor faces his fears in 'Hide'.
The Doctor faces his fears in 'Hide'.
Continuation of my Series 7 review in part 1.

Cold War
This episode, in some respects, was action-packed and full of tension and fear, but in other respects, it failed to fulfill what could have been a potentially well-rounded story. The Ice Warrior, Skaldak, was a fierce opponent, and the idea of him escaping from his shell suit to come and pick off the crew definitely raised the scare factor. It was again an unfortunate episode for Clara, who is under-used and not needed, and an unsatisfactory end, with the Ice Warrior leaving in peace just for the ease of wrapping up the story in 45 minutes....
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 Amy pond, is that you?
Amy pond, is that you?
This is my first Artikel on Fanpop, but there is a first time for everything!

Anyways, Fires of Pompeii is one of my Favorit episodes that has 10 in it. Oh, as River Song would say,"Spoilers!" for this article, so be warned!!!

First up is the plot. Now, Donna and the Doctor are traveling to Ancient Rome. There, Donna makes a few latin jokes and is trying to associate with the Romans, but to others around her, she is just being a little bit silly. I loved Donna in this episode. Anyway, they are being followed Von one of the seers. None other than Karen Gillian. Ha!

Any who, she does this weird...
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On Saturday 29th September 2012, we Lost two of the Doctor’s companions, the Ponds. Naturally, we were all sad at the prospect of never seeing Amy and Rory again but we all knew this was the whole concept of the Zeigen – change and renewal, therefore we all knew that we would meet a new companion in the not too far future. On Weihnachten Tag 2012, we were gegeben a new adventure of the Doctor’s which would create a whole new mystery for Series Seven Part Two. This mystery as we all know was Clara Oswald, portrayed Von Jenna-Louise Coleman. So, roughly three months later Doctor Who returned starring...
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posted by labyrinth75
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At the end of Series Five, Steven Moffat left many Fragen Nicht beantwortet such as, who blew up the TARDIS? Who brought together the Pandorica Alliance? Who is River Song? And most importantly, who are the Silence? And in the final episode of ‘Doctor Who Confidential’ Series 5, Steven Moffat promised that many Fragen would be answered in Series 6. The Frage on everyone’s mind was, will they be answered? Let’s find out…

[‘A Weihnachten Carol’ will not be covered within this article, it will be covered in a future article]

EPISODES ONE & TWO: The Impossible Astronaut/ Tag of...
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posted by labyrinth75
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Well after Rose was trapped in the parallel world (dubbed ‘Pete’s World’) we had to wait until Weihnachten Time to see how the Doctor would carry on without Rose and who the hell was this stowaway aboard the TARDIS. Well, these Antwort were obviously answered in ‘The Runaway Bride’ and then we had to wait another three months after a really cool trailer for Series 3. And so we find ourselves in this article, which is my look back at the third series of the revived Series.

[‘The Runaway Bride’ will be covered in a future article]

EPISODE ONE: Smith and Jones Von Russell T. Davies
I remember...
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posted by labyrinth75
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For many of us Whovians, it all started way back in 2005. After a few unsuccessful attempts are favourite Sci-Fi Zeigen returned with Christopher Ecclestone and Billie Piper as the leading roles of the Ninth Doctor and Rose Tyler, respectfully. And the best thing about it, it wasn’t a spin-off oder a reboot; it was a continuation of the original series, albeit with a time gap for the protagonist. Yes, the series returned on 26th March 2005 with better special and practical effects than ever before. It is a known fact that Series One touched the hearts of millions from Mehr than one generation,...
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posted by j1edwardcullen7
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How do Du celebrate a franchise's 50th anniversary? With a TV movie of course. "Doctor Who" will be celebrated with "An Adventure in Weltraum and Time," a TV movie that explores the genesis of "Doctor Who" from its first broadcast on Nov. 23, 1963.

The 90-minute drama will explore all aspects of the science fiction series, including the many personalities who came together to bring the Zeigen to life. Mark Gatiss will write "An Adventure In Weltraum and Time" with executive producers Steven Moffat and Caroline Skinner.

"This is the story of how an unlikely set of brilliant people created a true television...
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posted by labyrinth75
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The Official line-up of writers and directors for series seven have been revealed in the latest issue of Doctor Who Magazine

Part 1
Ep 1: Asylum of the Daleks. Written Von Steven Moffat and Directed Von Nick Hurran.
Ep 2: Dinosaurier on a Spaceship. Written Von Chris Chibnall and Directed Von Saul Metzstein.
Ep 3: A Town Called Mercy. Written Von Toby Whithouse and Directed Von Saul Metzstein.
Ep 4: The Power of Three. Written Von Chris Chibnall and Directed Von Douglas Mackinnon.
Ep 5: The Engel Take Manhattan. Written Von Steven Moffat and Directed Von Nick Hurran.

Xmas: Written Von Steven Moffat and Directed...
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posted by labyrinth75
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Why I Liebe Doctor Who.
Because such a mundane object, found in a junkyard can open a door to a whole new world.
Because of William Hartnell.
Because of Patrick Troughton.
Because of Jon Pertwee.
Because of Tom Baker.
Because of Peter Davidson, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant and Matt Smith.
Because of every companion which are so numerous there are too many for me to say.
Because the Daleks are Nazi's from Space.
Because of the Brigadier.
Because of Russell T Davies, even though he wrote Liebe and Monsters.
Because of Steven Moffat, even though he wrote The...
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Well i found this on Doctor Who TV and it was gepostet today so read ahead at your own risk.

ASYLUM OF THE DALEKS
The Doctor discovers what he thinks is a little girl near a giant Dalek statue.Her head opens to reveal a Dalek eyestalk.
Amy is doing a modeling shoot. The photographer points his lens at her, she looks into the camera and it also opens into a Dalek eyestalk.
Rory gets on a bus. The bus conductor's head opens to reveal a dalek eyestalk.
All three have been taken out of time into a Dalek holding cell. They are then lifted to the Dalek high council who have a mission for them.

EPISODE 5
Titled:...
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