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Happy New Who's Day
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-01 08:17:29 UTC
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Happy New Who's Day!
Wouter Valentijn
2019-01-01 12:13:56 UTC
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Happy New Who's Day!
You too!
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The Doctor
2019-01-01 13:25:31 UTC
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Happy New Who's Day!
HNY!
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solar penguin
2019-01-01 20:25:04 UTC
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Happy Who Year's Day!

And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.

The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.

Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
The Doctor
2019-01-01 20:27:34 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
Except a major dissapointment! Just saw it.

UNIT in financial issues??!!
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-02 04:36:59 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
Daniel60
2019-01-02 11:11:35 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
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The Doctor
2019-01-02 14:46:35 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
Exactly!
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Merry Christmas 2018 and Happy New Year 2019!!
Timothy Bruening
2019-01-02 14:54:27 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
Exactly!
It sure seemed to me for a while that the Doctor wouldn't be able to win, and the Doctor herself didn't seem to have a plan to win until the very end. If the Doctor doesn't know how she would win with her current resources, logic would dictate calling in UNIT and/or Torchwood!
The Doctor
2019-01-02 15:00:47 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by The Doctor
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
Exactly!
It sure seemed to me for a while that the Doctor wouldn't be able to
win, and the Doctor herself didn't seem to have a plan to win until the
very end. If the Doctor doesn't know how she would win with her current
resources, logic would dictate calling in UNIT and/or Torchwood!
It not she / her.
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Daniel60
2019-01-03 10:19:02 UTC
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Post by Daniel60
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see
something different being done with a Dalek. That was
clever and the body horror adds a new aspect to them. The
workshop scene was also a good way to re-establish the
Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for
once Aggy Will be right to complain about it. (There's a
first time for everything!) The long talky scenes
explaining Aaron's personality should've been broken up
into smaller chunks. There also should've been more
payoff to them, such as having him dramatically die at the
climax. Instead it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt
with the question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them,
Tim.
Exactly!
It sure seemed to me for a while that the Doctor wouldn't be able
to win,
And if She hadn't been able to win, I'm sure she would have called in
UNIT .... In fact don't I recall her trying to call in Kate
Leightbridge, but UNIT has been disbanded, so she had no-one she could
call on!!
Post by The Doctor
and the Doctor herself didn't seem to have a plan to win until the
very end. If the Doctor doesn't know how she would win with her
current resources, logic would dictate calling in UNIT and/or
Torchwood!
Yes, she did, she had several plans ... all of which failed until the
end one!!
Post by The Doctor
It not she / her.
Grow up, idiot!!
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Daniel60
2019-01-03 12:24:22 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good.  Interesting to see something
different being done with a Dalek.  That was clever and the body
horror adds a new aspect to them.  The
 workshop scene was also a good way to re-establish the Daleks as
the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap.  And for once
Aggy Will be right to complain about it.  (There's a first time
for everything!) The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into smaller chunks.  There
also should've been more
payoff to them, such as having him dramatically die at the
climax. Instead it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well.  At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
Exactly!
It sure seemed to me for a while that the Doctor wouldn't be able to
win,
And if She hadn't been able to win, I'm sure she would have called in
UNIT .... In fact don't I recall her trying to call in Kate
Leightbridge, but UNIT has been disbanded, so she had no-one she could
call on!!
s/Leightbridge/Stewart!! (Runs away and hides!!)
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Post by Timothy Bruening
and the Doctor herself didn't seem to have a plan to win until the
very end.  If the Doctor doesn't know how she would win with her
current resources,  logic would dictate calling in UNIT and/or
Torchwood!
Yes, she did, she had several plans ... all of which failed until the
end one!!
Post by The Doctor
It not she / her.
Grow up, idiot!!
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-03 13:29:03 UTC
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Post by Daniel60
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 12:25:05 PM UTC-8, solar
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see
something different being done with a Dalek. That was
clever and the body horror adds a new aspect to them. The
workshop scene was also a good way to re-establish the
Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for
once Aggy Will be right to complain about it. (There's a
first time for everything!) The long talky scenes
explaining Aaron's personality should've been broken up
into smaller chunks. There also should've been more
payoff to them, such as having him dramatically die at the
climax. Instead it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt
with the question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
Exactly!
It sure seemed to me for a while that the Doctor wouldn't be able
to win,
And if She hadn't been able to win, I'm sure she would have called in
UNIT .... In fact don't I recall her trying to call in Kate
Leightbridge, but UNIT has been disbanded, so she had no-one she could
call on!!
My nit is that the Doctor never tried to call in UNIT for the Stenza or the spiders when the situation was clearly dire enough to require outside help!

If you were trapped in a hotel with giant spiders, wouldn't you call for help?
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Post by Timothy Bruening
and the Doctor herself didn't seem to have a plan to win until the
very end. If the Doctor doesn't know how she would win with her
current resources, logic would dictate calling in UNIT and/or
Torchwood!
Yes, she did, she had several plans ... all of which failed until the
end one!!
S11E01: JodieDoc says that she will think of a plan on the way to rescue Karl.
The Doctor
2019-01-03 13:36:12 UTC
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Post by Daniel60
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 12:25:05 PM UTC-8, solar
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see
something different being done with a Dalek. That was
clever and the body horror adds a new aspect to them. The
workshop scene was also a good way to re-establish the
Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for
once Aggy Will be right to complain about it. (There's a
first time for everything!) The long talky scenes
explaining Aaron's personality should've been broken up
into smaller chunks. There also should've been more
payoff to them, such as having him dramatically die at the
climax. Instead it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt
with the question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
Exactly!
It sure seemed to me for a while that the Doctor wouldn't be able
to win,
And if She hadn't been able to win, I'm sure she would have called in
UNIT .... In fact don't I recall her trying to call in Kate
Leightbridge, but UNIT has been disbanded, so she had no-one she could
call on!!
My nit is that the Doctor never tried to call in UNIT for the Stenza or
the spiders when the situation was clearly dire enough to require
outside help!
If you were trapped in a hotel with giant spiders, wouldn't you call for help?
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
and the Doctor herself didn't seem to have a plan to win until the
very end. If the Doctor doesn't know how she would win with her
current resources, logic would dictate calling in UNIT and/or
Torchwood!
Yes, she did, she had several plans ... all of which failed until the
end one!!
S11E01: JodieDoc says that she will think of a plan on the way to rescue Karl.
S11 - What a botch!
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-02 18:45:04 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
The Doctor
2019-01-02 22:49:10 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
S11E11. S11ENY.
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-03 06:49:35 UTC
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S11E11. S11ENY.
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of cake!
The Doctor
2019-01-03 12:54:50 UTC
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Post by Timothy Bruening
S11E11. S11ENY.
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-04 18:03:39 UTC
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S11E11. S11ENY.
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.

He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
The Doctor
2019-01-04 21:39:59 UTC
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S11E11. S11ENY.
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
Post by The Doctor
Post by solar penguin
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
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Timothy Bruening
2019-01-04 23:02:55 UTC
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S11E11. S11ENY.
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
Post by The Doctor
Post by solar penguin
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
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being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
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The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality
should've been
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broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff
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to them, such as having him dramatically die at the
climax. Instead
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it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4
months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
The whole scenario is confused.
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Happy Who Year's Day!
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different
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being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
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being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource if UNIT flakes out!

If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
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Post by solar penguin
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
And in the end did they really need a superman like that? They won!
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
Post by The Doctor
Post by solar penguin
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
And in the end did they really need a superman like that? They won!
Barely. The Doctor THOUGHT she needed immediate help from UNIT. When UNIT flaked out, the Doctor should asked herself "Who ELSE could help me with the Dalek fast". One source of quick help would be Grant, who could fly to Britain superfast & smash the Dalek.
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On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 12:25:05 PM UTC-8, solar
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
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being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body
horror adds
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a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for
once Aggy
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Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
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The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality
should've been
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broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff
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to them, such as having him dramatically die at the
climax. Instead
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it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA
"The Ghost"!
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Wouter Valentijn
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by The Doctor
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Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to
survive a
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Wouter Valentijn
Post by Timothy Bruening
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nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek
should be
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a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4
months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
Post by Wouter Valentijn
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Wouter Valentijn
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource
if UNIT flakes out!
Post by Wouter Valentijn
Post by Timothy Bruening
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Post by Wouter Valentijn
And in the end did they really need a superman like that? They won!
Barely. The Doctor THOUGHT she needed immediate help from UNIT. When
UNIT flaked out, the Doctor should asked herself "Who ELSE could help me
with the Dalek fast". One source of quick help would be Grant, who
could fly to Britain superfast & smash the Dalek.
no.
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On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 12:25:05 PM UTC-8, solar
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
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Post by Timothy Bruening
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Post by solar penguin
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
Post by solar penguin
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff
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Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by The Doctor
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to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax.
Instead
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it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
Post by Timothy Bruening
Post by Daniel60
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4
months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
Post by Wouter Valentijn
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's gun
and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource if
UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Post by Wouter Valentijn
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Ghost is retired.
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2019-01-07 12:25:08 UTC
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On Friday, January 4, 2019 at 1:40:00 PM UTC-8, The Doctor
In article
On Thursday, January 3, 2019 at 4:54:51 AM UTC-8, The
In article
On Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 2:49:18 PM UTC-8, The
In article
Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 3:11:36 AM UTC-8,
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Post by Wouter Valentijn
Post by Daniel60
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 12:25:05 PM
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
--
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On Friday, January 4, 2019 at 1:40:00 PM UTC-8, The Doctor
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On Thursday, January 3, 2019 at 4:54:51 AM UTC-8, The
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On Wednesday, January 2, 2019 at 2:49:18 PM UTC-8, The
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Post by Wouter Valentijn
Post by Daniel60
On Tuesday, January 1, 2019 at 12:25:05 PM
Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
--
Daniel
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
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2019-01-08 22:07:32 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
The Doctor
2019-01-08 22:27:47 UTC
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
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2019-01-08 22:42:49 UTC
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time
thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
--
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time
thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's
gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
How does that invalidate my point?
The Doctor
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Post by solar penguin
Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time
thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge
the Dalek's
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gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
--
Daniel
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
How does that invalidate my point?
It won't becuase GRant is not longer a super hero.
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time
thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge
the Dalek's
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gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
resource if UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
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That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
How does that invalidate my point?
It won't becuase GRant is not longer a super hero.
I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his genes!
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting
to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and
the body horror adds a new aspect to them.
The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal
and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the
soap. And for once Aggy Will be right to
complain about it. (There's a first time
for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's
personality should've been broken up into
smaller chunks. There also should've been
more payoff to them, such as having him
dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the
episode dealt with the question of whether
the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT
about the Stenza or the spiders?
because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance
with them, Tim.
Grant AKA "The Ghost"! Grant could easily dodge the
Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows
designed to survive a nuclear explosion, and catch a
spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be a piece of
cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship
hitting his hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek
energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal
human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor
himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough
over 4 months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from
The Ghost?
I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was
a one time
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thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge
the Dalek's
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gun and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this
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If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you
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Ghost is retired.
No!!
Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
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That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
How does that invalidate my point?
It won't becuase GRant is not longer a super hero.
I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
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wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away! Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress his powers in the long run?
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress
his powers in the long run?
Do you recall the ending Tim?
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away! Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away! Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
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wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress
his powers in the long run?
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
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wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress
his powers in the long run?
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his powers to defeat the Dalek.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
What's the current (2018/2019) status of Torchwood? Still active?
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such
as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
Maybe under the same bureaucracy.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such
as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
Maybe under the same bureaucracy.
I thought that UNIT was a UN op & Torchwood was a purely UK op.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such
as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
Maybe under the same bureaucracy.
I thought that UNIT was a UN op & Torchwood was a purely UK op.
Well TW was created by Queen Victoria but is under manned.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such
as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
Maybe under the same bureaucracy.
I thought that UNIT was a UN op & Torchwood was a purely UK op.
Well TW was created by Queen Victoria but is under manned.
Have TW hire some unemployed UNIT workers!
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers
away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source, such
as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
Maybe under the same bureaucracy.
I thought that UNIT was a UN op & Torchwood was a purely UK op.
Well TW was created by Queen Victoria but is under manned.
Have TW hire some unemployed UNIT workers!
We are not certain.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers
for life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not,
due to that gem having been absorbed by his body &
altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's
superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able
to suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have
superpowers. I think when he went bowling with his
colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck he hypnotized Lois
into having super strength. Been a while, might be
remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing
his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!!
.... Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source,
such as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
No, Tim, having found out that UNIT was unavailable, she must have
figured she needed to put her head down and work her arse off! .... With
the help of the Army Unit that we saw!! .... Will we see them again??
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers
for life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not,
due to that gem having been absorbed by his body &
altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's
superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able
to suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have
superpowers. I think when he went bowling with his
colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck he hypnotized Lois
into having super strength. Been a while, might be
remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!!
.... Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source,
such as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
No, Tim, having found out that UNIT was unavailable, she must have
figured she needed to put her head down and work her arse off! .... With
the help of the Army Unit that we saw!! .... Will we see them again??
I was unaware that the Doctor had contacted that Army Unit. My impression was that Dalek & Army Unit had simply run into each other.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers
for life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not,
due to that gem having been absorbed by his body &
altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's
superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able
to suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have
superpowers. I think when he went bowling with his
colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck he hypnotized Lois
into having super strength. Been a while, might be
remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!!
.... Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
The Doctor must have felt that she did need outside help, else she
wouldn't have tried to ask UNIT for help. When UNIT flaked out, the
Doctor should logically have STILL felt a need for outside help, so
logically should have felt a need to seek help from another source,
such as Torchwood or "The Ghost"!
No, Tim, having found out that UNIT was unavailable, she must have
figured she needed to put her head down and work her arse off! .... With
the help of the Army Unit that we saw!! .... Will we see them again??
I was unaware that the Doctor had contacted that Army Unit. My
impression was that Dalek & Army Unit had simply run into each other.
Same here.
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for
life, whether he wanted his superpowers or not, due to
that gem having been absorbed by his body & altering his
genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to
suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers.
I think when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When
disaster struck he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
And The Doctor must have felt that Grant's help wasn't necessary!! ....
Or, at least, the Writers felt it wasn't necessary!!
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress
his powers in the long run?
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his powers to defeat the Dalek.
So where is Grant at this time?
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress
his powers in the long run?
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his powers
to defeat the Dalek.
So where is Grant at this time?
New York. I envision the Doctor either phoning Grant, or doing a quick hop to NY to recruit him, or simply yelling "Help, Ghost!".
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his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away!
Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress
his powers in the long run?
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his powers
to defeat the Dalek.
So where is Grant at this time?
New York. I envision the Doctor either phoning Grant, or doing a quick
hop to NY to recruit him, or simply yelling "Help, Ghost!".
What about out west?
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have
superpowers. I think when he went bowling with his
colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck he hypnotized
Lois into having super strength. Been a while, might be
remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing
his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
So where is Grant at this time?
New York. I envision the Doctor either phoning Grant, or doing a
quick hop to NY to recruit him, or simply yelling "Help, Ghost!".
What about out west?
What about "out west", idiot??
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In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have
superpowers. I think when he went bowling with his
colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck he hypnotized
Lois into having super strength. Been a while, might be
remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No! Grant is willingly not using his power.
My proposal was that the Doctor ask Grant to unretire & use his
powers to defeat the Dalek.
So where is Grant at this time?
New York. I envision the Doctor either phoning Grant, or doing a
quick hop to NY to recruit him, or simply yelling "Help, Ghost!".
What about out west?
What about "out west", idiot??
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I assumed that Grant would retain his superpowers for life, whether he
wanted his superpowers or not, due to that gem having been absorbed by
his body & altering his genes!
They are subdued.
I had not expected that one could just WISH one's superpowers away! Didn't Clark Kent often wish to be normal, yet not be able to suppress his powers in the long run?
In the 70s he once hypnotized himself to not have superpowers. I think
when he went bowling with his colleagues at WGBS. When disaster struck
he hypnotized Lois into having super strength.
Been a while, might be remembering it wrong.
Do you think that the Doctor hypnotized Grant into losing his powers?
No, I do not.
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Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
What?? The Dalek is a female!! Really, idiot??
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Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
What?? The Dalek is a female!! Really, idiot??
Male dalek.
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Check return of Doctor Mysterio.
Correct .... 'RETURN .....", idiot, not 'Retire ...."!!
That is when Ghost reitred.
How does one "itred"?
Retired no reitred.
I am certain that Grant would be willing to help the Doctor with the
Dalek if she asked him! Grant does owe the Doctor!
it not she!
What?? The Dalek is a female!! Really, idiot??
Male dalek.
Well, why did you type "she" up above, idiot??
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What?? The Dalek is a female!! Really, idiot??
Male dalek.
How can you tell the difference?
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What?? The Dalek is a female!! Really, idiot??
Male dalek.
How can you tell the difference?
Open the casing.
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What?? The Dalek is a female!! Really, idiot??
Male dalek.
How can you tell the difference?
Open the casing.
Even with an open casing, "How can you tell the difference?", idiot??
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
different
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being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
everything!)
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The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been
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to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax.
Instead
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it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
the spiders?
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because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA "The Ghost"!
Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to survive a
nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A Dalek should be
a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4
months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
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I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's gun
and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource if
UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
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Ghost is retired.
I am confident that Grant would come out of retirement to fight the Dalek if the Doctor asked him to!
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And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something
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being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body
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a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for
once Aggy
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Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for
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to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax.
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it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt
with the
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question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or
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because The Doctor didn't need UNIT's assistance with them, Tim.
I know whom the Doctor could call on for help: Grant AKA
"The Ghost"!
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Grant could easily dodge the Dalek's gun and pulp the Dalek!
Oh?
In 2016, I saw him move super fast, break windows designed to
survive a
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nuclear explosion, and catch a spaceship in one hand! A
Dalek should be
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a piece of cake!
Or could be exterminated on the spot.
His body was unharmed by the kinetic energy of a spaceship hitting his
hand. He should be able to withstand a Dalek energy beam.
He would be much less likely to be tagged than a normal human.
Well right now the regeneration did not make the Doctor himself.
So you say that JodieDoc was still mentally confused enough over 4
months post-regen to not THINK of seeking help from The Ghost?
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I doubt we'll see Ghost again. Ever. I think that was a one time thing.
The Ghost would be quite useful. He could easily dodge the Dalek's gun
and smash its casing. Logic would dictate utilizing this resource if
UNIT flakes out!
If you are fighting a Dalek, & UNIT lets you down, you seek other
resources, such as a superfast, superstrong man! Its what you do!
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Ghost is retired.
I am confident that Grant would come out of retirement to fight the
Dalek if the Doctor asked him to!
No.
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Happy Who Year's Day!
And Resolution was pretty good. Interesting to see something different
being done with a Dalek. That was clever and the body horror adds
a new aspect to them. The workshop scene was also a good way to
re-establish the Daleks as the Doctor's equal and opposite.
The only down side of the episode was the soap. And for once Aggy
Will be right to complain about it. (There's a first time for everything!)
The long talky scenes explaining Aaron's personality should've been
broken up into smaller chunks. There also should've been more payoff
to them, such as having him dramatically die at the climax. Instead
it feels like all that was for nothing.
Oh well. At least Tim will be pleased the episode dealt with the
question of whether the Doctor should phone UNIT.
But why hadn't the Doctor ever phoned UNIT about the Stenza or the spiders?
Get yourself together Tim. The crisis was handled accordingly Tim!!
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Happy New Who's Day!
Happy New Year and Happy Epiphany for tomorrow.
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Happy New Who's Day!
Happy New Year and Happy Epiphany for tomorrow.
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