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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 5:57:20 PM   
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Jon Pertwee or Christopher Eccelston

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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 6:09:21 PM   
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See, I liked Tom Baker. Think McGann coulda been a really good Doctor if given the chance. Eccleston was good, but a tad too goofy at times.

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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 7:55:06 PM   
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Patrick Troughton or Tom Baker would be my faves.

Although they all have plus points.

Colin Baker was probably the weakest, but I'll blame the writers for that.

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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 7:57:25 PM   
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Chris Eccleston although I havent really seen many other doctors (although i have seen every single Paul McGann and Dave Tennant outing!)

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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 8:15:12 PM   
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That's truly amazing!

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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 9:35:55 PM   
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My favourite Doc is Baker, but I really like Tennant because they are combining the best of every Doctor into him it seems.

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RE: Doctor Who - 13/1/2006 9:42:29 PM   
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I like them all.

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RE: Doctor Who - 14/1/2006 1:23:01 AM   
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I liked Patrick Troughton, Tom Baker and Peter Davison. I agree with Dick Jones that Colin Baker was the worst but that was down to two things, the writers and having Bonnie Langford as an assistant.

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RE: Doctor Who - 14/1/2006 10:50:48 AM   
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Bonnie Langford..and we thought the The Daleks were scary!

In fact, she did help kill The Doctor, so she'd be his biggest ever enemy, wouldn't she?

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RE: Doctor Who - 14/1/2006 2:47:52 PM   
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Next to the potato-men.

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RE: Doctor Who - 14/1/2006 7:17:31 PM   
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Well, of course next to the potato-men, that goes without saying

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 5:40:41 PM   
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Well, of course next to the potato-men, that goes without saying


It seems my potato-men comment has killed this thread...

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 5:47:26 PM   
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Well, of course next to the potato-men, that goes without saying


It seems my potato-men comment has killed this thread...


You mean Sonatareans (sp?)?

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 5:54:27 PM   
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Sontarans.




Splendid fellows.

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 5:56:33 PM   
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Imagine a movie about the Sex Live of THOSE potato men...


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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 9:32:13 PM   
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Wasn't their weakness the vent on the backs of their necks? You could take them out with blu tack!

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 10:15:33 PM   
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Hands up who wants to see them in the new series!

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:11:50 PM   
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Tom Baker and Christopher Eccleston (so far).

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:22:31 PM   
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Hands up who wants to see them in the new series!


Nah. I'd rather they used the old foes as little as possible. Fresh new ideas, instead of getting bogged down in old series continuity. The Daleks and the Cybermen are probably more than enough to link the old and new versions.

Besides, apart from The Time Warrior, the Sontaran stories were slightly cack, now that I think about it.

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:24:56 PM   
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Hands up who wants to see them in the new series!


Nah. I'd rather they used the old foes as little as possible. Fresh new ideas, instead of getting bogged down in old series continuity. The Daleks and the Cybermen are probably more than enough to link the old and new versions.

Besides, apart from The Time Warrior, the Sontaran stories were slightly cack, now that I think about it.


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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:27:43 PM   
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Note to self: Sarcasm never works on message boards.


Not in a Fanboy thread anyway.

Those Sonatran chaps probably have their own fan club, with a petition insisting they appear in the new show.

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:30:37 PM   
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And well done Vadersville for reviving the thread.

Though I don't think it was the Sontaran reference, I blame Bonnie Langford

Weren't there some Sontaran fan films made?

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:35:16 PM   
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Weren't there some Sontaran fan films made?


Indeedy. I encountered some of the video covers when I searched for my Sontaran photo earlier.

I haven't seen them, but I suspect they won't be all that great.

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:37:00 PM   
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Even the official spinoffs sucked. Although I have high hopes for Torchwood.

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RE: Doctor Who - 17/1/2006 11:38:44 PM   
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Although I have high hopes for Torchwood.


Filming has been delayed till the summer apparantly.

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RE: Doctor Who - 18/1/2006 10:18:40 AM   
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Probably already been mentioned. But when does this come back on tv? Doctor who that is.


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RE: Doctor Who - 18/1/2006 11:46:09 AM   
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Probably already been mentioned. But when does this come back on tv? Doctor who that is.


No fixed date yet, but it will be on BBC One in the Spring. Oh, and for any American fans of the show, the Eccleston series starts in the US on the Sci-Fi channel in March!!

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RE: Doctor Who - 18/1/2006 3:34:07 PM   
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Damn this! Torchwood delayed and Doctor Who without a fixed date! Grrr!

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RE: Doctor Who - 18/1/2006 8:54:24 PM   
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It's all started to fall apart - Bring back K-9 & Friends, that's what I say!!

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RE: Doctor Who - 18/1/2006 9:56:01 PM   
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Is it true that the American's are getting the first Tenth Doctor novels before us?

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