Most of your complaints about Whittaker apply equally to Davison and
How? Davison played it as an intelligent student type, so could easily
pass for a scientist, and Troughton played it like a nutty professor.
Whittaker on the other hand shows no heir of intelligence in her
manner of speech, and sounds like Mickey Mouse.
Davison was panned by many as a bland, unconvincing actor who played the
He was not.
Mister E must be a troll on the order of Idlehands.
Doctor as weak and feeble, and his interactions with his companions was
all wrong (the writers totally misunderstood the dynamic of the original
four person TARDIS crew).
Davison was fine until the introduction of Turlough and then the
character interaction became a total mess, when no one could ever trust
Turlough even after he turned away from the Black Guardian.
Enlightenmant to Planet of Fire. He was suppose to shadow
a Soviet exile of the times.
Troughton played the Doctor like a clown (the
show even explicitly acknowledged this later) and at times his portrayal
even verged on queer, hardly an authority figure.Â Not surprising the
show was on the verge of cancellation when Troughton left.
Troughton rescued the show when Hartnell was unable to continue because
of health issues. It is down to his acting ability that they show
survived the regeneration and kept going. He might have acted like a
clown, but so did Tom Baker, and it worked because both showed
intelligence, and were knowledgeable and convincing.
And Pertwee was good.
Unless you agree with the above criticisms, then your bashing of
Whittaker for having female chords is really a fucking joke.
Nonsense. Whittaker can't convey being knowledgeable, Davison and
Troughton could. Whittaker is playing Mickey Mouse. She thinks it's a
game. Even the lines she's been given are totally appalling, 'whenever
there is injustice or oppression, all you need to do is call the Doctor,
and she will save the day'. 'Is it a bird, is it a plane, no it's the
Doctor'. 'Faster than a speeding bullet, stronger than a locomotive...',
blah, blah, blah. Who does Chibnall think she is, Batman or Superman?
She makes CBaker and Syl McCoy look good.
Chibnall has a choice of who to cast and who to chose as writers,
therefore the agenda is down to him.
He specifically instructed his writers to write for a male Doctor, in
the manner of Smith and Tennant, and told none of them that he had
cast a woman in the lead role.
So?Â I thought we agreed that the Doctor is still male, despite the
female casting.Â Just like the Doctor's still an alien, despite the
And the problem is that Whittaker is an totally unsuitable actor to play
the part as it has been written.
And Chibnall is an unsuitable showrunner.
Chibnall started of the entire story by demeaning and humiliating
Ryan, and thus all men, by making him unable to ride a bike. He didn't
even have the bike equipped with stabilizes, so Ryan always kept
falling off has no confidence at all. He also has Ryan paying tribute
to a woman in his YouTube video.
He introduced the character of Karl has having very low confidence,
self esteem ,and being afraid of heights, in order to make Whittaker,
a woman, look macho, rescuing him, and weak and feeble man.
He has Bradley Walsh's character being subservient to a woman (his
wife), without whom he lacks and confidence in himself, and then
reveals that he is in remission of cancer, thus making him weak as well.
Whereas none of the female characters have any of these weaknesses,
and always dominate men.
Chibnall's self loathing hatred of men, his misandry, is visible in
all of his writing. In it all men are either weaklings, incompetent,
lacking confidence, unintelligent, subservient to women, evil, or
monstrous; whereas all women are strong, confident, intelligent,
virtuous and saintly. You can see that in Broadchurch where all men
are vile and weak. You can see that in Torchwood also, where none of
the male characters were likable in any way, except for Captain Jack,
who Chibnall inherited from Russell T. Davies; and Gwen Cooper is made
to dominate them all. Also Rory's father in Dinosaurs on a Space Ship
is made into a weakling, and Chibnall's Silurians (The Hungry
Earth/Cold Blood) are ruled by women, and again women dominate "42".
You sound like a real wuss when you write stuff like this.
Acknowledging the reality that men are complex creatures is hardly
demeaning, especially when the male protagonists are shown to be facing
and overcoming their weaknesses or demons. You got a problem with Ryan
Complex? The only way Chibnall has ever portrayed men is as weaklings.
If you want complex, then read Ian Fleming. That's how to do complex,
and show that men also succumb to fear, without it being demeaning; not
by turning them into feeble weaklings that can't stand up for
themselves, socialize, and inferiors to women.
giving a eulogy vlog for his gran?Â Damn, that says more about you and
your insecurities than it does about Chibnall or any writer you'd be
bashing in his place.
It's shows that Chibnall is a self loathing, emasculated, misandrist,
that can't write strong male characters and is hell bent on demeaning
them in order to make women look strong, because he can't write strong
female characters either, and has got issues about his identity.
Hence why DW could get the shelf in Dec 2018!
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