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On 05/01/2019 21:42,
While this isn't an
altogether bad story idea,
and the BBC would tone it
Wait till you see episode 7.
down as it is a family show,
there is absolutely no way they'd
tell a story which showed companions
being permanently killed by Nazis.
Why not? They showed two
companions killed by Cybermen in the
in Series 10. Killing the
companions off is the only
reason for this story existing.
Because there's a difference
between having characters
killed by fantasy monsters and having them
killed by historical antagonists widely
portrayed in popular culture of the
past 70 years as the epitome of
If they were killed off by fantasy
monsters then it would not have been
a historical story. Anne Frank dies
in a Nazi concentration camp, and
any story about her is required to
show that. Why shouldn't anyone else
be shown dying too?
The agents of Ryan & Yamin may have a
beef with you!
Or maybe Chibnall and Whittaker are
And is replaced by "The True Doctor"?
And go back to TuaT and fix the
Thus erasing the efforts of Graham, Ryan, &
Yes, the Doctor is not himself and that needs
to be fixed.
And then the new male Doctor would have to replay
Season 11! S11E01: He avoids hitting that fatal
button and lands TARDIS in Sheffield. He then
uses his foreknowledge of the Stenza incident to
stop the Stenza before anyone gets hurt, so Grace
survives. He then befriends Graham, Grace, Ryan,
& Yasmin & takes them on as his Companions. The 5
of them then go back to 1955 to help Rosa, then
return to 2018 to stop the giant spiders & Jack
Robertson's political career before anyone gets
hurt. For rest of Season 11, the doctor uses his
foreknowledge similarly to dispose of the Pting
before anyone gets hurt, stop Charlie Duffy
before he kills anyone at Kerb!am, etc.