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Old 04-09-2019, 12:12 PM
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4 x 28 - The Macra Terror Episode 2 (animated):
Oh no Ben has turned traitor as the Doctor failed to prevent the influence of that voice on Ben.
Exciting moment when Ben and Polly faces Macras.
Fascinating cliffhanger when the real face of Control just as he is attacked by a Macra.
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Old 06-09-2019, 09:07 PM
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Thanks For The Stars - A 12th Doctor Tribute:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?time_co...&v=dlagSQgUoYw

Posted just before 12 sang his swansong in Twice Upon A Time in December 2017.
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Old 08-09-2019, 02:06 AM
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UNIT: Shutdown: Power Cell:
Opener of Shutdown, the second season of UNIT.
Written by Matt Fitton.
This marked Alice Krige's (the Borg Queen from Star Trek) debut as the villain Felicity Lyme.
Absolutely enthralling start to Shurdown which got sparked by the disappearance of a UNIT scientist.
Terrifying the menace that turns up here.
Cute when Osgood referenced The Incredible Hulk.
Neat how a certain blue box and a man in a bow tie made their cameos here which sets this sometime after The Day of the Doctor.
Exciting climax but too bad the tragedy that came with it.
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Old 08-09-2019, 11:17 PM
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In The Pandorica Opens, Amy recounted a school assignment which she titled Invasion of the Hot Italians.
If I had written this episode I would have her saying Invasion of the Chinese Man, meaning me Matthew See, instead.
I may not be a hot Chinese man but I am in love with Karen Gillan and Matthew See and Karen Gillan makes absolute sense to me.
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Old 09-09-2019, 09:57 PM
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Page 224 of Doctor Who: The Encyclopedia includes entries of Detective Inspector McMillan from Planet of the Dead and Med-Scanner which refers to one attached by River to Amy's arm in Flesh and Stone.

For these respective entries it had a picture of Detective Inspector McMillan as played by Adam James and for Med-Scanner it was with a picture of Amy (my wife Karen Gillan) and River (Alex Kingston) due to its said description.

James and Karen incidentally were both guest stars of the first episode of Harley Street (2008) which came on July 17 2008, three months after Karen made her Doctor Who debut in The Fires of Pompeii.

James and Karen narrowly missed each other in Doctor Who as Planet of the Dead came four episodes before Karen's Amy Pond debut The Eleventh Hour.
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Old 12-09-2019, 02:09 PM
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The Early Adventures:The Wreck of The World:
The Wreck of the World is the final story of The Early Adventures season 4.
Written by Timothy X. Atack, in this his his Big Finish debut.
Featuring the Second Doctor, Jamie and Zoe.
Narrated by Wendy Padbury (Zoe).
The TARDIS crew arrived in a starship known as The World.
The opening scene has Zoe in a spacesuit in space and this is remarkably similar to the opening scene of The Girl Who Died as that had Clara too in a spacesuit in space.
As for the rest of The Wreck of The World it is a fascinating story which uses the zombie premise in The World.
Not only that but Atack produced one villain and then produced a completely unexpected one.
A truly enthralling debut which also includes a very good rapport between Zoe and the character of Twenty.
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Old 12-09-2019, 11:07 PM
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The antepenultimate episode of Trust Me had the TARDIS on a tablet with the word TARDIS being the password.
In this tablet is a file titled Skaros, a slight variation on Skaro, the Daleks' home planet.
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The third episode of the animated series Blackstar (1981) is The Lord of Time:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmC0N-LsBbE


After the said Lord of Time introduced himself, he got refer to as "Timelord" or "Time Lord".

This episode was written by Marc Scott Zicree and I can only wonder how he came up with the name The Lord of Time.
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Old 13-09-2019, 02:16 PM
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4 x 29 - The Macra Terror Episode 3 (animated):
Intriguing that much of this episode was at the pits.
The Doctor was sure impressed when he gave himself 11/10 for figuring out a formula and denies to Pilot that he look at any file for it, saying that it came from his head.
Reminded that I myself gave the same answer to a teacher by the name of Karen Mould when I wrote something down.
Quite sneaky when Jamie stole those keys.
Too bad about Medok as he meet his end.
What a cliffhanger as Jamie is surrounded by Macras.
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Old 13-09-2019, 05:26 PM
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The War Doctor Vol 4.: Casualties of War: The Enigma Dimension
Finale.
This became the finale of the War Doctor series due to the death of Sir John Hurt on January 25 2017 with Casualties of War being released posthumously in February 2017. Written and directed by Nick Briggs.
The Enigma Dimension is quite an eerie episode including the form the said Enigma
took but an enthralling ride that came out of this.
Funny when Leela called Ollistra the "unhappy Time Lord woman"!



While the ending indicate a considerable gap prior to his full appearance in The Day
of The Doctor, this is truly a satisfying swansong for John Hurt as the War Doctor.

After listening to The Enigma Dimension, I listened to the Big Finish podcast which included its tribute to John Hurt and has words from the man himself.
Amazing when producer David Richardson that when the War Doctor series was announced his inbox was filled up by request from actors wanting to work with Hurt and
all but two of these actors got to be in the series.

It was truly fascinating of what Hurt said about working on Big Finish and his career in general.
A magnificent tribute.
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