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Doctor Who

I see your point, lpd. It's hard to shake other associations with actors, certainly. But for me, Doctor Who is my first exposure to McCoy, so that's the only thing I see him as! :)

I didn't care for McCoy's regeneration either. The Doctor has faced down armies of aliens, beings of ultimate power in the universe - but he can't outwit a couple of cheap thugs in an alley? He deserved a better exit on that.

(On a side note, today is both Sylvester McCoy's and Sophie Aldred's birthday! Happy b-day, you two - on the extremely unlikely chance that you'll come here and read this.) ;-)

Shifting away from McCoy but continuing to focus on the Doctor: One thing that struck me about the previews for the upcoming episode - the Western-themed one, particularly - is that it reminded me a lot of Back to the Future III. Time travelers; Old West; anachronistic technology in the period; etc.

Since BTTF III is one of my all-time favorite movies, that's not necessarily a bad thing. :) But it tickled me nonetheless. So I couldn't resist doing a mashup of the footage from the first trailer (not the one I posted earlier in this thread, but the first trailer, which focused much more heavily on the Western episode) with the music from the BTTF III trailer.

(Specifically, the BTTF III trailer that I'm thinking of is the one that's on the end of II after the cliffhanger.)

So I just knocked this one out for fun. I didn't make everything fit 100%, but I was pleasantly surprised at how well some of the stuff does fit. (And I used just a tiny bit of footage from another Doctor Who episode to make it work.)

Anyway, here's the finished product. Enjoy!

Very clever Tom! Put a big smile on my face!!! :)
Very enjoyable:) Lookin forward to the new series.
Thanks, lpd!

I'm looking forward to seeing what Moffat and co. have in store for us, too.
Doctor Who returns on both sides of the pond on Sept. 1st.

Leading up to it, there will be a 5 part mini-webisode series about the life of Amy and Rory, called Pond Life.
It will air both the BBC websites and their Youtube page.
Yeah, I saw that announcement, too, but didn't have a chance to post it here. How exciting! I'm so glad that the wait is almost over. :)
I was born in 1967 and remember the tail end of Jon Pertwee's doctor. But it was during Tom Baker's run that I became quite a fan. After him I just couldn't get into it again and have only seen the Paul McGann TV movie which I thought was ok'ish and the first Christopher Eccleston episode which I didn't care for. I tried again with a David Tennant when a friend made me watch an episode featuring the Weeping Angels. That was excellent. But it never got me back into the show.

Another friend tried to get me into Torchwood and I think I watched three episodes of that, but I found it absolutely terrible.
Yeah, there's very little to recommend about Torchwood, unfortunately.
Hmm. I like the various shots of the Doctor, but I thought this web series was called "Pond Life." The Ponds only appear for two seconds at the end.

Also, these little clips make me want to see the episodes that they're attached to - except that they don't exist.

Probably not worth getting worked up over, though. Today's effort gets a shrug from me. I hope tomorrow's is better.
I thought it was hilarious.

It also another hint at this whole other world of adventures the Doctor is constantly having (much like the NIGHT LIFE shorts from Series 5) whenever he is out of sight, it adds to his mystery and epic nature.

Plus, it is a FREE little adventure from the BBC, so I am not going to complain.:)
Posted this in the Star Wars thread, but I maybe it should be posted here too...

I think this is BRILLIANT FUN! :D

Yeah, the Pond Life thing was fun and cute, not just exactly what I was looking for. Not a big deal, though. We still have four more to go!

And the SW/DW thing is fun. But why are the Doctors fighting against the Jedi?

Still, "Now there are two of them!" now has yet another funny connotation to it! I certainly can't complain about that! :D
Here's episode 2:

I like this one much better. The Ponds were in it for longer today. Very funny character interactions, too. "The future is really . . . safe."

Of course, the Doctor is still front and center, which I suppose I should have expected. I guess I put too much emphasis on that title at first.

Can't wait for tomorrow's!
"We have rules about the bedroom!" :lol::lol::lol:
Pond Life 3... :p

My reaction to this one: Um . . . huh?

It would almost be funny, but I was waiting for an explanation as to why . . . um, that . . . was in their bathroom.

Maybe that's tomorrow.
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