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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#7 - eclecticparadigm **User deleted account**
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Martha was my favorite companion...
Martha was my favorite companion...
User avatar #67 to #7 - fonrinny
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I loved the Ponds!
User avatar #8 to #7 - racrox
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Same here, she and Tennant were the perfect combination.
User avatar #13 to #7 - dudeimlikeadude
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I really like the rose and doctor combo just because of the story rose got a bit annoying though "DOCTOR, DOCTOR, DOCTORRRRRRRRRRRR" yeah but my fave was Dona i really like catherine tate she does a lot british comedy that i learned about after seeing her in doctor who, martha was great too they were like two detectives and martha was dependent on the doctor (btw if you like martha she does a lot of shows on bbc shes the star of the british law and order)
User avatar #14 to #13 - dudeimlikeadude
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martha wasn't dependant on the doctor* typo
User avatar #69 to #13 - drldrl
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Donna was awesome when she had the Doctor's mind in her head.
#59 to #7 - chuckbillrow
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Martha was my favorite for the longest time but i really love Clara now
User avatar #88 to #59 - dudeimlikeadude
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clara was amazing i really hope there is a way to save her
#1 - mudkipfucker
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User avatar #64 to #1 - alexthebest
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Doctor who?
User avatar #3 - pentol
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watched from the start of the 2005 reboot till the dalek on manhatan episode recently.
why does this show have the amount of following it does? is it something in the old series? because the sci-fi feels "paperback-at-the-airport-y",
the dialogue vary from brilliant to atrocious, the caracters are just about as inconsistent as the dialogue, and the special effects lack just a little, to be good enough.

the show has so much potential, i'll give it that.
it could be a doctor who will fire off a clever remark at any time, an interesting and complex bad guy alien, presenting the characters with moral and philosofical dilemmas (and when they do, it could be not solvable by deus ex machina)
in short
dr.who could be as good as the old "the Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy" but it is not.
User avatar #5 to #3 - stultum
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'daleks take manhattan...'

that's a wonderfull mixup.

DON'T TURN YOUR BACK, DON'T LOOK AWAY, AND DON'T EXTERMINATE!!!
#45 to #5 - brianhimself
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I think he means the two part episode with this guy.

Even though it wasn't recent.
#4 to #3 - enamis
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it depends on tastes really. i have to agree that it could be better, especially the newest seasons, while fun at times, they were just... meh. i enjoy them as much as the next gal' but not as much as the 2006-2010   
'the name of the doctor' could ether save or ruin the series.
it depends on tastes really. i have to agree that it could be better, especially the newest seasons, while fun at times, they were just... meh. i enjoy them as much as the next gal' but not as much as the 2006-2010
'the name of the doctor' could ether save or ruin the series.
#9 to #4 - anon id: bd50ec48
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"could"? it's already out. came out on saturday. its pretty okay. that cliffhanger though.... damn
User avatar #86 to #9 - enamis
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by that i meant the follow-up in November, sorry, i should have worded it differently
User avatar #26 - amun
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I enjoyed Donna as a companion, because I think she was the friend the Doctor needed after losing Rose to another Universe. Martha's love with him seemed really awkward so soon after Rose. She was good, but wrong as a love interest. Donna pulled the Doctor out of some emotional ****. She was a friend and I was okay with that. I thought she was what the Doctor needed after Rose and Martha.
User avatar #27 to #26 - timmyflayerofsouls
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or simply put, Donna was his bro
User avatar #31 to #27 - sepheroth
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"You just want to mate?!"
User avatar #28 to #27 - amun
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Donna the Bro.
User avatar #38 to #26 - reaperssprint
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Exactly, that's why I loved Donna as a companion. There was no romantic interest, it was just basically two friends hanging out through time and solving ****. Donna wasn't latched onto him constantly and was able to match him on a level of wit that the others couldn't.
User avatar #58 to #38 - amun
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TARDIS buddy!

I agree. I liked Donna's strong independence and she was rather easy to relate to.
User avatar #54 to #26 - sketchysketchist
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My god, I loved donna.
It made me so disappointed to see her arc end in a fashion that prevents her from ever being able to remember the doctor or their adventures.
Though, a twist like that would seem meaningless if it were to happen to any of the others.
User avatar #57 to #54 - amun
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I agree. The story arc made me sad. Even more so when her granddad Wilf got into it. I don't think I was ever so shocked at a season finally as I was with Wilf and the Doctor. Russle T. Davis really put me in a glass case of emotion with "The End of Time."
User avatar #90 to #57 - sketchysketchist
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Definitely.
Of all the other characters, I cared about those the most (even though I found donna grating at times), she was the best and most interesting. And she had the most effect on the doctor.
User avatar #96 to #90 - amun
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She really did. I must say when Amy and Rory came along, it felt wrong because the shift was so radical and so off...it felt off. Amy was just too much and I had a really hard time connecting to her. I never really liked her at all. I liked Rory more than her. Moffat is killing the series. I'm glad he has another head writer beside him to keep him in check.
User avatar #97 to #96 - sketchysketchist
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I felt the same way.
Thoughout the series amy just felt like a total bitch we were suppose to like, rory was pleasant and I found him relatable. It would've been better if he was the companion because the doctor just didn't want to deal with hurting more women and then amy comes along and rory shows him the value and power of caring for someone or some crap leading to the doctor marrying river song.
Moffat is alright, he just needs to learn to focus on the adventures, drama, and long-term character development. He tries to hard to make us care about all random side characters, doesn't try to make us feel like the villains lost their way by giving them a chance to redeem themselves, or waits to long to resolve one damn story arc that has a meh resolution because of deus ex machina.
User avatar #98 to #97 - amun
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Ah! Yes! I feel the exact same way! Just too much all at once and the result always seems poorly done! I would have rather seen Rory as the main companion, instead of the man married to the bimbo that was the Doctor's companion. I would honestly love to see Captain Jack back. One of my favorite companions, next to Donna.
I am pretty angry about Moffat writing in John Hurt as the new 9th Doctor. Its a huge wtf moment for me. Messing with how things were written really pisses me off. John Hurt isn't the 9th Doctor, Christopher is.
User avatar #99 to #98 - sketchysketchist
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I didn't really like captain jack, he seemed like a one joke guy which was screw everything. Though I admit he was pretty cool, just flat. Though that's probably because I haven't bothered watching torchwood.

They're doing what? But they've shown his face so many times. I guess they'll b.s. their way into it like when that one doctor and the 10th's ship mixed and he looked old in that special. Though I'm going to blame chistopher for not just sucking it up for the fans and the crew for doing whatever it is they did to piss him off enough to never want to come back.

And this is random, but am I the only one who gets this asshole vibe when watching him do interviews and stuff?
User avatar #100 to #99 - amun
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I get the asshole vibe a lot from him. He's kinda...pissy. Just very serious all the time for something that's suppose to be fun. I really don't know why they choose him to do a Marvel movie (Thor). Seems really weird to me.

Moffat want's John Hurt to be the new 9th Doctor. He wants to pull in the mystery of the Time War, what the Doctor did after that, and stuff. I don't think he needs to do it. Its stupid. I'm just hoping Moffat is being a uber troll about this as he was with the Doctor's name.
Captain Jack was better in Torchwood, I think. At least until they turned it American and it fell to ****.
User avatar #101 to #100 - sketchysketchist
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Yeah, he's seems like he'll punch your face in for any random thing that sets him off just a bit. And he does seem too serious for a part in thor, but this is the decade of gritty serious films of light-hearted heroes.

Though I'm offended by this idea, if he does it I'll get over it because we've experienced worst from this series. I'm just hoping they don't go through with giving him a name and ruining the point of the series.

User avatar #102 to #101 - amun
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I don't Think Moffat can give the name of the Doctor because the show was done by other writers, meaning they would all have to get together and come up with a name. Which is impossible as some of the head writers are dead.
I feel the past season was...very disappointing. I can't watch it properly much any more because I do feel sad that this show I love and enjoy thoroughly is...what it is. I like seeing the lighter side of the Doctor, I like seeing him being human as he did with Donna. Now he's...all dark and willing to kill over a companion. Another reason I disliked Amy so much. She pushed the Doctor to kill an entire Cyberman fleet just because she was missing. Demon's Run bothered me because of that. And killing the Space whale? Why would the Doctor do that? He'd find another reason, and work around it. It really did bother me when he wanted to kill the whale. It really wasn't him. I know new Doctor and every thing...but...seriously. He just wouldn't do that; and saying he would, I think pushed the show off a cliff a bit.
User avatar #103 to #102 - sketchysketchist
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It should be a secret he should take with him to the grave anyway.

Yeah, the more recent seasons are whatever. I watch them but I do that while drawing or ******* around on my laptop.
Well, each changes each time he regenerates. I just don't like the fact that he doesn't remember past lessons just because the plot says so.
Though that whale one had a good resolution even though everyone considered murder. And I forgot the cyberman fleet story, I think I totally blanked out watching it because nothing really happened.

I think the show just needs to go back to the gritty origin of the new series, that or just have a completely wacky doctor who solves everything with quirkyness.
User avatar #104 to #103 - amun
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I agree. I usually dink around on the computer when it comes on. Just...not there for me as much.

I agree. I think it needs to be one or the other, grit or the happy go lucky Doctor. Right now it feels like its floppy and useless.

User avatar #105 to #104 - sketchysketchist
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Now I don't feel so bad.

The only thing they did right was give him a love interest who shows up very rarely and cancels out any romantic love interest with his companion sub-plots.
Other than that, the doctor's character, interactions, and adventures need a lot of fixing.
User avatar #106 to #105 - amun
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Completely. They need an utter redo of the adventures. Just...its...they're not very good at the moment.
User avatar #107 to #106 - sketchysketchist
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They need to make the show good enough that they don't have to reference that the doctor has had 10 previous encarnations over the years.
For some reason, it just seems like fan-service every episode.
User avatar #108 to #107 - amun
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I got that feel as well. Just one big fan service. Its really boring after a while. I think Moffat clings to the past a bit much and then tries to hard to make it something else.
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User avatar #29 - srskate
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I never cared much for Rose.

I think its because she tried to get with the Doctor, and my personal belief was, "Bitch, he a timelord. He don't need women to slow him down."
User avatar #35 to #29 - reaperssprint
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That's actually why I dislike Martha. The Doctor actually shared Rose's feelings, and it took a few trips for Rose to actually fall in love with the Doctor. Martha was just trying to get on him from the start.
User avatar #37 to #35 - srskate
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Yeah, but then she moved on. She was all like, "These emotions are unhealthy, I'm going to go live my own life." A feat Rose couldn't manage.
User avatar #39 to #37 - srskate
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Granted, I did like Rose once she wasn't a companion, because then she started being a bad ass.
User avatar #42 to #39 - reaperssprint
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Rose was my second favorite female companion after Donna.

Favorite Male companion would be Rory followed by Captain Jack.
User avatar #43 to #42 - nucularwar
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Wrong, your favorite male companion is Captain jack.
and your favorite female companion is also Captain Jack.
Everyone's favorite companion is Captain Jack.
#56 to #43 - loonquawl
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User avatar #66 to #43 - stealthnull
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Harkness is love, Harkness is life.
#71 to #43 - vinlandknight
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User avatar #44 to #42 - srskate
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... I just realized that all male companions die a lot.

The doctor doesn't want anyone imposing on his Harem.
User avatar #40 to #37 - reaperssprint
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That's because, like I said, the Doctor actually shared her feelings. Wouldn't make much sense to "move on" from a healthy relationship.
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User avatar #41 to #40 - srskate
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Difference of opinion, I suppose. Personally I wouldn't call their relationship healthy, but its a difference of opinion.
#17 - ataeru
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clearly only watched one episode, but Ive always imagined the Doc as a "lady killer" in both meanings of the term. He get's all the ladies, but he also always loses them.
User avatar #18 to #17 - eiaisqzbsesb
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Don't ever call him that again.
User avatar #68 - lastsummershero
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I always felt Martha was a under developed character that had potential but was just never written right...I liked Martha
User avatar #47 - awesomenessdefined
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Martha?

Oh, you mean that one companion with no character development and whose only humor was from the fact that she was black?

Yeah, I miss her too.

Seriously, her, clara, and river song whould never have happened. Know-it-alls with an attitude aren't fun to travel with.
User avatar #53 to #47 - xedeid
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Not so much River, but Clara is a bitch
#55 to #47 - iamphoenix
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The Doctor needs somebody to travel with him who won't take his ****. E.g., Leela and Romana.
User avatar #52 to #47 - holycrapimacupcake
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How dare you insult River and Clara!
#48 to #47 - verityxx
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Dont you dare say a bad thing about River O_O
User avatar #60 to #47 - tinglyturtletaint
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What's everyone beef with clara? she's far less of a bitch than amy and is like the one companion that actually listens to what the doctor has to say.
User avatar #62 to #60 - awesomenessdefined
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Don't get me wrong, she has a lot of potential, and Jenna-Louise Coleman's a great actress, but they really are just going to far with her. She just seems like a really gimmicky last minute fix when the Doctor can't do something. Like just giving her super computer powers that even the Doctor couldn't match, or how somehow a leaf has more information in it than a 1200 year old time-lord.

It's like how I feel with the 11th, fantastic potential, meh execution.
User avatar #10 - gilliam
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Rose was to blonde, like behavioural whise. Compulsive and never knowing what to do.
User avatar #65 to #10 - alexthebest
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Yeah, such a shame human hair colour dictates their behavior.
User avatar #32 to #10 - sepheroth
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Rose was to blonde, as Donna was to red? And Martha was to brown?