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S5E12 The Pandorica Opens
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Agamemnon
2010-06-19 19:59:07 UTC
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.

I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.

Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.

If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.

10/10
p***@aol.com
2010-06-19 20:41:27 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Or it means either that she killed the Doctor at an earlier point in
her timeline, or that she was in jail for something else at this
point. Pretty lax security if they didn't confiscate her lipstick,
though.
Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion.
I agree that the Autons were the interesting reveal of the piece, and
a pure Auton story could have worked. With the plot we were given,
though, it would be hard to explain why those two groups specifically
wanted to save the universe rather than everyone. The big reason for
it to be "everyone who hates the Doctor" (plus, for no terribly clear
reason, the Judoon, who have no reason to hate the Doctor - and it was
a waste having them in the final scene when they had no lines since
their speech pattern is what the kids love about them) seemed to be
just to bang home that the Doctor was the Big Bad they were trying to
lock up, but we'd already got that bit by this stage in proceedings.
The Doctor's lines about the fairy tale of the 'nameless' destroyer
were a much cleverer way to do that.

They're much too large, friendly
Post by Agamemnon
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
Why was it that only the "Big Three" (Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans)
recurring races got any dialogue at all (Autons excepted, of course)?

Phil
The Laughing Dalek
2010-06-19 21:28:24 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Or it means either that she killed the Doctor at an earlier point in
her timeline, or that she was in jail for something else at this
point. Pretty lax security if they didn't confiscate her lipstick,
though.
Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion.
I agree that the Autons were the interesting reveal of the piece, and
a pure Auton story could have worked. With the plot we were given,
though, it would be hard to explain why those two groups specifically
wanted to save the universe rather than everyone. The big reason for
it to be "everyone who hates the Doctor" (plus, for no terribly clear
reason, the Judoon, who have no reason to hate the Doctor - and it was
a waste having them in the final scene when they had no lines since
their speech pattern is what the kids love about them) seemed to be
just to bang home that the Doctor was the Big Bad they were trying to
lock up, but we'd already got that bit by this stage in proceedings.
The Doctor's lines about the fairy tale of the 'nameless' destroyer
were a much cleverer way to do that.
The Judoon are basically Police - there is surely no greater crime
than destroying the entire [whatever it was in the episode]?
Personally I was much more puzzled by the Draconians...
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They're much too large, friendly
Post by Agamemnon
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
Why was it that only the "Big Three" (Daleks, Cybermen, Sontarans)
recurring races got any dialogue at all (Autons excepted, of course)?
Phil
The Laughing Dalek
2010-06-19 20:43:15 UTC
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On Sat, 19 Jun 2010 20:59:07 +0100, "Agamemnon"
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Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
unfortunately I was spoilered when I accidentally clicked on the
artwork of the interior of the Pandorica.
Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
there is the Time element of it - the Nestene or Cybermen have never
been able to travel in time (yes I know about Attack of the Cybermen
but they didn't know how to operate the Time Ship IIRC) The Daleks
OOTH have had a lot of experience in Time Travel.
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
10/10
I particularly like the Cyberman section - I sincerely hope there is a
Cyber-story next year, that short section is far better they pretty
much any of the new series efforts IMHO
Post by Agamemnon
Originally Posted by keith topping
This one seems to have gone down quite well, then!
As the best Doctor Who episode for forty five years, I would have been
stunned if the "tens" hadn't been the main majority.

If anyone didn't like that, then they don't like Doctor Who as a
series at all.

I feel so strongly as to state that a fact rather than opinion. "

Hyperbole that I wouldn't quite match but very enjoyable, the night
filming helped immensely and even River Song wasn't anywhere near as
annoying as previous episodes IMHO, the only new series episode I can
remember enjoying as much are probably Dalek, The Doctor Dances,
Fireplace, Blink & Silence in the Library (pity pt2 was a big
letdown).
p***@aol.com
2010-06-19 20:53:24 UTC
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On Sat, 19 Jun 2010 20:59:07 +0100, "Agamemnon"
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Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
unfortunately I was spoilered when I accidentally clicked on the
artwork of the interior of the Pandorica.
Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
there is the Time element of it - the Nestene or Cybermen have never
been able to travel in time (yes I know about Attack of the Cybermen
but they didn't know how to operate the Time Ship IIRC) The Daleks
OOTH have had a lot of experience in Time Travel.
Spearhead from Space seemed to suggest the Nestene was a rather more
powerful and advanced intelligence than it seemed to be in Rose - and
since its planets were destroyed in the Time War it's possible the
Nestene were sufficiently advanced to have time travel technology.
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Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
10/10
I particularly like the Cyberman section - I sincerely hope there is a
Cyber-story next year, that short section is far better they pretty
much any of the new series efforts IMHO
It did have an 'old series Cyberman' vibe about it, I felt. It was a
nice sequence - shame it had nothing at all to do with the actual
plot.
Post by The Laughing Dalek
Hyperbole that I wouldn't quite match but very enjoyable, the night
filming helped immensely and even River Song wasn't anywhere near as
annoying as previous episodes IMHO,
Well, when her script was basically "Yes, Doctor, No, Doctor" she
didn't have much opportunity. What you find annoying I find amusing
about her - sadly once she's teamed with the Doctor she seems to fall
into the role of personality-less lackey with occasional sniping that
Amy usually fills. Given the quality of most of the supporting cast
this year, and the fact that I like Smith's performances for the most
part, I'm normally happy with Moffatt's clear intent to turn Dr Who
into the Matt Smith Show, but it's a shame when it overshadows
characters like River.

Phil
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2010-06-20 07:37:06 UTC
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there is the Time element of it - the Nestene or Cybermen have never
been able to travel in time (yes I know about Attack of the Cybermen
but they didn't know how to operate the Time Ship IIRC) The Daleks OOTH
have had a lot of experience in Time Travel.
Spearhead from Space seemed to suggest the Nestene was a rather more
powerful and advanced intelligence than it seemed to be in Rose
I disagree. In Spearhead the Nestene didn't even have FTL ships, but
travelled through space in slow-moving plastic meteorites.
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- and
since its planets were destroyed in the Time War it's possible the
Nestene were sufficiently advanced to have time travel technology.
Or the Daleks and Time Lords wanted to conquer Nestene planets for a
convenient source of plastic. (Useful for making those new plastic
Daleks!)
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I particularly like the Cyberman section - I sincerely hope there is a
Cyber-story next year, that short section is far better they pretty
much any of the new series efforts IMHO
It did have an 'old series Cyberman' vibe about it, I felt.
Just the opposite. This Cyberman was far too powerful to be one of the
useless wimps from the old-series. Compare it to the one that lost its
head in Attack.

(OTOH it was killed by a sword, so maybe it might be wimpy enough to be a
classic Cyberman.)
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Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
there is the Time element of it - the Nestene or Cybermen have never
been able to travel in time (yes I know about Attack of the Cybermen
but they didn't know how to operate the Time Ship IIRC) The Daleks
OOTH have had a lot of experience in Time Travel.
Just have Autons/Cybermen develop time travel! Or steal it.
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On Sat, 19 Jun 2010 20:59:07 +0100, "Agamemnon"
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Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
there is the Time element of it - the Nestene or Cybermen have never
been able to travel in time (yes I know about Attack of the Cybermen
but they didn't know how to operate the Time Ship IIRC) The Daleks
OOTH have had a lot of experience in Time Travel.
Just have Autons/Cybermen develop time travel! Or steal it.
no.
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
10/10
Thank you Ag. BTW, need to see Greece FC is back.
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In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 19 Jun 2010 20:59:07 +0100, Agamemnon
10/10
Didn't you notice how the illegal Roman invasion and conquest of
Greece was glossed over so completely that it wasn't even mentioned?


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In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 19 Jun 2010 20:59:07 +0100, Agamemnon
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Didn't you notice how the illegal Roman invasion and conquest of
Greece was glossed over so completely that it wasn't even mentioned?
The Pandorica was in Britain, so why would Greece get a name check?

Were there international laws in those days?
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In rec.arts.drwho on Sat, 19 Jun 2010 20:59:07 +0100, Agamemnon
10/10
Didn't you notice how the illegal Roman invasion and conquest of
Greece was glossed over so completely that it wasn't even mentioned?
The Pandorica was in Britain, so why would Greece get a name check?
Were there international laws in those days?
No.
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
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2010-06-20 22:46:29 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
I was wondering who the Uber-mind for the Pandorica is. Often when all
the bad guys get together it is because some "smaller player" acts like
they are a go between claiming to have "other significant parties on
board" even when there is nobody at the start. Someone is controlling
the TARDIS (and I don't think it's another case of pollen in the
filter). Could it be that the Daleks, Cybermen and the rest are patsies
for someone else - possibly the Autons. What about that 'blank pink
wall keeping River Song in the TARDIS.

OR since the Judoon are there - maybe it's because he ""stole the
TARDIS"" from the Shadow Proclamation? The red eyed ladies did not
appear to be either the people to cross or none to pleased when he ran
off without them.

Auton Rory seems to know too much for someone wiped from history. It
implies he is still alive but shoved back in time. Are victims of the
crack not just wiped from the present, but rewritten back in the past
(bit like the Angels do) and Rory is an Auton captive?

Actually, was the Cold Blood crack a real one? Note that the Doctor was
able to reach into it, but anyone else getting near gets pulled in...
suspicious or what? He can't be immune to the crack or the Angels would
not have suggested he fell in.

Have the cracks been incorrectly perceived, as mistaken perceptions have
been a theme along with remembering.

Have I spouted enough twaddle...

... I think SO.

And goodnight! ;-)
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Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Better yet, Daleks, who don't you just EXTERMINATE the Doctor? That would certainly prevent him from blowing up the TARDIS!
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Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Better yet, Daleks, who don't you just EXTERMINATE the Doctor? That
would certainly prevent him from blowing up the TARDIS!
Well it could end that way.
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Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
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Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
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Tim Bruening
2018-01-23 02:57:41 UTC
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Doctor
2018-01-23 05:00:23 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
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Tim Bruening
2018-01-23 05:41:53 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
But Amy's body was preserved for 1894 years, and she was revived without a hitch by young Amy's DNA. Why wasn't she executed?
The Doctor
2018-01-23 15:18:22 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS
and put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that
to their
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
But Amy's body was preserved for 1894 years, and she was revived without
a hitch by young Amy's DNA. Why wasn't she executed?
Don't you recall how the Doctor slipped in and out?
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Timothy Bruening
2018-02-28 06:11:10 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS
and put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that
to their
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
But Amy's body was preserved for 1894 years, and she was revived without
a hitch by young Amy's DNA. Why wasn't she executed?
Don't you recall how the Doctor slipped in and out?
Rory rescued him, using the sonic supplied by the future Doctor!
The Doctor
2018-02-28 15:45:41 UTC
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Post by Ross
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS
and put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that
to their
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we
should just
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying
"WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then
everyone sort of
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
But Amy's body was preserved for 1894 years, and she was revived without
a hitch by young Amy's DNA. Why wasn't she executed?
Don't you recall how the Doctor slipped in and out?
Rory rescued him, using the sonic supplied by the future Doctor!
Rory or Amy?
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Timothy Bruening
2018-02-28 18:36:43 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Ross
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS
and put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that
to their
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we
should just
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying
"WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then
everyone sort of
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
But Amy's body was preserved for 1894 years, and she was revived without
a hitch by young Amy's DNA. Why wasn't she executed?
Don't you recall how the Doctor slipped in and out?
Rory rescued him, using the sonic supplied by the future Doctor!
Rory or Amy?
Rory. Amy out of it.
Timothy Bruening
2018-03-02 07:08:22 UTC
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Universe to end June 26, 2010. Why do we see stars explode and disappear in 102 AD?
The Doctor
2018-03-02 15:46:05 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Universe to end June 26, 2010. Why do we see stars explode and
disappear in 102 AD?
in the alternative timeline.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-03-26 22:38:45 UTC
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Universe to end June 26, 2010. Why do we see stars explode and disappear in 102 AD?
in the alternative timeline.
Alt-timeline or not, I think that we should not see end until 6/26/2010!
Timothy Bruening
2018-04-09 14:51:54 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
If so, why didn't Doctor die?
The Doctor
2018-04-09 15:35:09 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS
and put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that
to their
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Shouldn't the Daleks have been demanding the Doctor's death?
Why?
Haven't they always wanted the Doctor dead?
The Pandorica was meant as a tool of execution.
If so, why didn't Doctor die?
Because they believed that the Doctor would end all of time.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-04-09 14:59:38 UTC
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Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why not do both Doctor & TARDIS?
The Doctor
2018-04-09 15:35:36 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why not do both Doctor & TARDIS?
One is good enough, namely The Doctor.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-04-09 15:03:41 UTC
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Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
My plan for Daleks: At end of the episode, simply aim weapons at Doctor & disintegrate!
The Doctor
2018-04-09 15:35:55 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
My plan for Daleks: At end of the episode, simply aim weapons at Doctor & disintegrate!
Group decision.
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2018-04-09 18:12:04 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
My plan for Daleks: At end of the episode, simply aim weapons at Doctor & disintegrate!
Group decision.
Who says the Daleks must abide by the decisions of non-Daleks?
The Doctor
2018-04-09 21:48:18 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
My plan for Daleks: At end of the episode, simply aim weapons at Doctor & disintegrate!
Group decision.
Who says the Daleks must abide by the decisions of non-Daleks?
They do not want t odoom themselves.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-05-16 07:22:35 UTC
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
The Doctor
2018-05-16 13:12:09 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
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Timothy Bruening
2018-05-16 13:37:19 UTC
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him from blowing up TARDIS?
The Doctor
2018-05-16 21:28:25 UTC
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him from blowing up TARDIS?
nope.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-05-16 22:32:04 UTC
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him
from blowing up TARDIS?
nope.
How can a dead Doctor blow up his TARDIS?
The Doctor
2018-05-16 22:54:02 UTC
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If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS
and put it in
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that
to their
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Ross
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
I imagine that the foundation of this alliance may have involved some
of the races, like the Attraxi, the Judoon and the Draconians (And
maybe even the logically-minded Cybermen) saying "Well, we should just
lock up the TARDIS." and the Daleks saying "WE-ARE-COOL-WITH-THIS-PLAN-
BUT-ONLY-IF-WE-IMPRISON-THE-DOCTOR-INSTEAD", and then everyone sort of
grudgingly nodding and conceding the point.
Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him
from blowing up TARDIS?
nope.
How can a dead Doctor blow up his TARDIS?
Too much energy to kill a time lord to start with.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-05-17 00:01:59 UTC
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Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him
from blowing up TARDIS?
nope.
How can a dead Doctor blow up his TARDIS?
Too much energy to kill a time lord to start with.
So dial energy weapon DOWN to lethal levels!
The Doctor
2018-05-17 00:28:59 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
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Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him
from blowing up TARDIS?
nope.
How can a dead Doctor blow up his TARDIS?
Too much energy to kill a time lord to start with.
So dial energy weapon DOWN to lethal levels!
IT takes a lot to kill a timelord!
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Daniel60
2018-05-17 08:12:57 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by The Doctor
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Why didn't Daleks just KILL the Doctor, their greatest enemy?
They need him locked up!
Wouldn't the Doctor's death fulfill the Dalek goal of preventing him
from blowing up TARDIS?
nope.
How can a dead Doctor blow up his TARDIS?
Too much energy to kill a time lord to start with.
So dial energy weapon DOWN to lethal levels!
IT takes a lot to kill a timelord!
When has that "fact" ever been stated, idiot??
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Tim Bruening
2017-01-30 20:30:40 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and them disappear?
The Doctor
2017-01-31 01:06:35 UTC
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Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
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Tim Bruening
2017-01-31 04:31:48 UTC
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks like the
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started the episode
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside, suspended in
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole universe blow
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not HOW the stars got destroyed!
The Doctor
2017-01-31 15:51:04 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
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Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
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Tim Bruening
2017-02-02 02:14:22 UTC
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
The Doctor
2017-02-02 13:04:56 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and
hopefully the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and
the stuff
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
You mean maxed!
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2017-02-02 19:36:11 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and
hopefully the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
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plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
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already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
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going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
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worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
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allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
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look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
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progression of part 2 instead.
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causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
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the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
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the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
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up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
You mean maxed!
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unless she's
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referring to the TARDIS.
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going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
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worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
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allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
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look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large,
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looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
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progression of part 2 instead.
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causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
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the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
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the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use
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advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
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up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
You mean maxed!
Light can't go faster than a shade under 300,000 KM/sec. It would take
years for the light from an exploding star to reach Earth.
Can light speed be broken?
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plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
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already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love,
unless she's
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referring to the TARDIS.
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going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
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worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
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allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
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look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large,
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looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
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progression of part 2 instead.
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causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
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the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
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the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use
that to their
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advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
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up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
You mean maxed!
Light can't go faster than a shade under 300,000 KM/sec. It would take
years for the light from an exploding star to reach Earth.
Can light speed be broken?
Not with anything the human race has NOW. And I don't see exploding stars being able to break the speed limit.

SF writers evoke such things as warp drives (which shrink the space one must pass through), hyperspace, and wormholes.
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plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It
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like the
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Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
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already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love,
unless she's
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referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and
the stuff
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going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
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worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
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allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
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look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large,
friendly
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looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
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progression of part 2 instead.
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causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
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the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
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the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use
that to their
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advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
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up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at
once, and
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them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
You mean maxed!
Light can't go faster than a shade under 300,000 KM/sec. It would take
years for the light from an exploding star to reach Earth.
Can light speed be broken?
Not with anything the human race has NOW. And I don't see exploding
stars being able to break the speed limit.
SF writers evoke such things as warp drives (which shrink the space one
must pass through), hyperspace, and wormholes.
What energy is needed?
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plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It
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like the
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Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
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already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love,
unless she's
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referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and
the stuff
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going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
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worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
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allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
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look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large,
friendly
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looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
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progression of part 2 instead.
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causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
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the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
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the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use
that to their
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advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
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up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at
once, and
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them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
But according to the theory of relativity, light only goes at one speed!
You mean maxed!
Light can't go faster than a shade under 300,000 KM/sec. It would take
years for the light from an exploding star to reach Earth.
Can light speed be broken?
Not with anything the human race has NOW. And I don't see exploding
stars being able to break the speed limit.
SF writers evoke such things as warp drives (which shrink the space one
must pass through), hyperspace, and wormholes.
What energy is needed?
Fusion and anti-matter.
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plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It
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like the
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referring to the TARDIS.
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going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he
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so why did
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
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worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
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allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
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look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large,
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looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
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progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
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causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
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the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
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the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use
that to their
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Post by Tim Bruening
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advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
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up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at
once, and
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them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
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arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am
asking, not
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HOW the stars got destroyed!
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You mean maxed!
Light can't go faster than a shade under 300,000 KM/sec. It would take
years for the light from an exploding star to reach Earth.
Can light speed be broken?
Not with anything the human race has NOW. And I don't see exploding
stars being able to break the speed limit.
SF writers evoke such things as warp drives (which shrink the space one
must pass through), hyperspace, and wormholes.
What energy is needed?
Fusion and anti-matter.
contained you mean.
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and hopefully the
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
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Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
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already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
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they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
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other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the TARDIS and
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and put it in
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
Make light go faster then light?
The Doctor
2018-04-09 15:36:13 UTC
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and
hopefully the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
Post by The Doctor
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Post by Agamemnon
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and
the stuff
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
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Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
Post by The Doctor
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
Make light go faster then light?
Than the spped of Light
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2018-04-09 18:07:47 UTC
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap for Doctor.
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and
hopefully the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love, unless she's
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and
the stuff
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use that to their
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
Make light go faster then light?
Than the spped of Light
How fast is the spped of light?
The Doctor
2018-04-09 21:47:45 UTC
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Great opening and great acting by Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Alex
Kingston.
I always had the feeling that the Pandorica might be a trap
for Doctor.
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Seems like we're going to get a massive reset in part 2 and
hopefully the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
plastic Daleks will disappear for good as part of it. It also looks
like the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Doctor isn't the person that River Song killed since she started
the episode
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
already in prison and she ended it saying goodbye my love,
unless she's
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
referring to the TARDIS.
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and
the stuff
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It
would have
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of
them being
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who
distinctly
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large,
friendly
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one
during the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
progression of part 2 instead.
If the alliance was formed to stop the Doctor from piloting the
TARDIS and
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
causing it to blow up, why didn't they just take the TARDIS and
put it in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the Pandorica. That is what I was hoping would turn up inside,
suspended in
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
the process of exploding, with the alliance trying to use
that to their
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Agamemnon
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
advantage, instead of the big anticlimax with having the whole
universe blow
Post by The Doctor
Post by Tim Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
up and reset button being pressed in part 2.
How is it that we were able to see all the stars blow up at once, and
them disappear?
They all came apart molecularly.
But how could we SEE the LIGHT coming from the destroyed stars and
arriving at Earth ALL AT THE SAME TIME? That is what I am asking, not
HOW the stars got destroyed!
Light accelerator?
Make light go faster then light?
Than the spped of Light
How fast is the spped of light?
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Timothy Bruening
2018-04-17 00:43:02 UTC
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Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
With the universe blown up, how would alliance members be introduced?
The Doctor
2018-04-17 02:50:20 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
With the universe blown up, how would alliance members be introduced?
Big Bang 3
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Timothy Bruening
2018-04-17 04:42:56 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
With the universe blown up, how would alliance members be introduced?
Big Bang 3
What happened to Big Bang 2?
The Doctor
2018-04-17 13:49:41 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
With the universe blown up, how would alliance members be introduced?
Big Bang 3
What happened to Big Bang 2?
The Doctor happened.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-04-17 04:45:45 UTC
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Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is, so why did
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few seconds of the
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
With the universe blown up, how would alliance members be introduced?
Big Bang 3
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
The Doctor
2018-04-17 13:50:05 UTC
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Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
Good atmospheric build up all the way through to the ending and the stuff
going on with Amy and "Rory" and the revealing what he really is,
so why did
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
they need to have every other alien race in there as well? It would have
worked perfectly well as an Auton story with the "surprise" of them being
allied with the Cybermen, sparing us the 3 plastic Daleks who distinctly
look out of place and out of fashion. They're much too large, friendly
looking and wobbly and you feel cheated by only seeing a few
seconds of the
Post by The Doctor
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Agamemnon
other races which should have been introduced slowly one by one during the
progression of part 2 instead.
With the universe blown up, how would alliance members be introduced?
Big Bang 3
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
Maybe everthing is new.
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The Coca Cola Kid
2018-04-17 16:23:02 UTC
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream. The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.

The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
Timothy Bruening
2018-04-17 18:54:03 UTC
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream. The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
Does Pandorica have a shower?
The Doctor
2018-04-17 22:31:18 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
No.
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Timothy Bruening
2018-05-16 07:31:07 UTC
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
No.
How will anyone get out of the shower then?
The Doctor
2018-05-16 13:12:28 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
No.
How will anyone get out of the shower then?
Shower?
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Daniel60
2018-04-18 08:03:40 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream. The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
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The Coca Cola Kid
2018-04-19 18:03:32 UTC
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Post by The Coca Cola Kid
Post by Timothy Bruening
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Daniel60
2018-04-20 08:02:47 UTC
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Post by Daniel60
Post by The Coca Cola Kid
Post by Timothy Bruening
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!

Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
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Timothy Bruening
2018-04-29 03:14:24 UTC
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Post by Daniel60
Post by The Coca Cola Kid
Post by Timothy Bruening
How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.

When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
I saw it twice last night.
The Doctor
2018-04-29 14:19:30 UTC
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
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... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
I saw it twice last night.
The ad?
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Post by Daniel60
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... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
I saw it twice last night.
The ad?
Yes.
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On Monday, April 16, 2018 at 11:45:46 PM UTC-5, Timothy
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a
been a dream.
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The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see
Amy getting
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out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that
was locked
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in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Post by Daniel60
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... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
I saw it twice last night.
The ad?
Yes.
Bad ad!
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On Monday, April 16, 2018 at 11:45:46 PM UTC-5, Timothy
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a
been a dream.
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The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see
Amy getting
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out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that
was locked
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in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
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... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
I saw it twice last night.
The ad?
Yes.
Bad ad!
Because it only shows us a spinning TARDIS?
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On Monday, April 16, 2018 at 11:45:46 PM UTC-5, Timothy
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of
Pandorica?
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It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a
been a dream.
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The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see
Amy getting
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out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that
was locked
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in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Post by Daniel60
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... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a
dream ...
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that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot,
'cause the
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next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
I saw it twice last night.
The ad?
Yes.
Bad ad!
Because it only shows us a spinning TARDIS?
A faux doctor.
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2018-04-29 13:38:21 UTC
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not
exist.
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
Things will never be as Aggy and Yads want. For which I am eternally
grateful.
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not
exist.
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
Things will never be as Aggy and Yads want. For which I am eternally
grateful.
Then a bloody fan war will break out after a heated debate
on why Chibnall brought the show down.
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
... but, maybe, Tim, you just dreamed you saw that BBC ad.
When we all wake up, things might be as Agamemnon and the idiot want!
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How would they have survived death of universe at end of Pandorica?
It was all a dream. In fact, everything since then has a been a dream.
The real Doctor is still trapped in the Pandorica.
The Doctor in the Tardis doesnt know.
So that (the dream state we are in) would explain why we see Amy getting
out of the Pandorica when we all know it was The Doctor that was locked
in there!
Yep. The Doctor was not able to save Amy. That is why he kept
dreaming about her leaving and coming back, and then later about about
an 'impossible girl' who dies numerous times, whom he could not save in
the end except in a made up story he told in a diner that did not exist.
Post by Daniel60
... in a diner that didn't exist .... because it's all just a dream ...
that we are still in!!
Which means there is still hope for Agamemnon and the idiot, 'cause the
next Doctor Who may not be a woman!!
BBC ad says DW is a lady!
Faux!
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