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suityou01
4th August 2013, 16:00
Odds slashed on Peter Capaldi!!!!! :eek:

http://files.list.co.uk/images/2009/12/16/intheloop-filmstill2-LST013273.jpg

"Hey, see you, Dalek, **** off!"

"OK Doctor, sorry"

"You'll go far. Tell your other Dalek chums if they dinnae **** the hell off right now, I'll turn them into drinks cabinets, and fill them full of cheap nasty whisky!"

"Right, we're out of here"

:rolleyes:

MadDawg
4th August 2013, 16:04
Odds slashed on Peter Capaldi!!!!! :eek:

"You'll go far. Tell your other Dalek chums if they dinnae **** the hell off right now, I'll turn them into drinks cabinets, and fill them full of cheap nasty whisky!"


Inebriate inebriate

suityou01
4th August 2013, 16:22
Inebriate inebriate

:laugh:laugh

SimonMac
4th August 2013, 18:27
I'm happy with that

vetran
4th August 2013, 18:28
well that was a bit boring. was expecting someone challenging.

no spoiler

SimonMac
4th August 2013, 18:34
They could have easily spun that out to an hour, but I think that was just about done right

MarillionFan
4th August 2013, 18:51
Not sure i like that. A little too old for the final incarnation.

SimonMac
4th August 2013, 18:56
Not sure i like that. A little too old for the final incarnation.

He won't be the final incarnation, even if they stick to the original rules 12 regenerations will give 13 Doctors, but the chance of them doing that is none

suityou01
4th August 2013, 19:04
Where's Freamon btw? :confused:

MarillionFan
4th August 2013, 19:06
He won't be the final incarnation, even if they stick to the original rules 12 regenerations will give 13 Doctors, but the chance of them doing that is none

How long will he last? Reset since 2005. Three doctors in 8 years(fourth at end of year). These youngsters no staying power.

btw your logic is wrong. Hartnell is the 'first' incarnation, we're on the last. Of course the master had them all reset and who is to say that with the time lords dead who sets the rules? The white guardian???

Also who is the 'missing John Hurt' incarnation???

suityou01
4th August 2013, 19:08
How long will he last? Reset since 2005. Three doctors in 8 years(fourth at end of year). These youngsters no staying power.

btw your logic is wrong. Hartnell is the 'first' incarnation, we're on the last. Of course the master had them all reset and who is to say that with the time lords dead who sets the rules? The white guardian???

Also who is the 'missing John Hurt' incarnation???

Iirc hurt is the 5th, after the time war. A nasty incarnation after mcgann, who the dr wants to forget about.

MarillionFan
4th August 2013, 19:10
Iirc hurt is the 5th, after the time war. A nasty incarnation after mcgann, who the dr wants to forget about.

9th surely?

Dr Who :spel

SimonMac
4th August 2013, 19:12
How long will he last? Reset since 2005. Three doctors in 8 years(fourth at end of year). These youngsters no staying power.

btw your logic is wrong. Hartnell is the 'first' incarnation, we're on the last. Of course the master had them all reset and who is to say that with the time lords dead who sets the rules? The white guardian???

Also who is the 'missing John Hurt' incarnation???


Hartnell
Troughton
Pertwee
Baker
Davison
Baker
McCoy
McGann
Eccleston
Tennant
Smith
Capaldi


12 incarnations is only 11 regenerations, this still allows John Hurt to be the Final 13th incarnation/12 regeneration, but there are million of theories as to who he is

MarillionFan
4th August 2013, 19:21
:frown

Hartnell
Troughton
Pertwee
Baker
Davison
Baker
McCoy
McGann
Eccleston
Tennant
Smith
Capaldi


12 incarnations is only 11 regenerations, this still allows John Hurt to be the Final 13th incarnation/12 regeneration, but there are million of theories as to who he is

Point taken. My initial calculation is wrong.

Of course. The doctor may regenerate into Suity on his last turn as opposed to Hurt. He will travel the universe running away as usual but this time tackling evil Project Managers who cannot get the requirements nailed down, battling the dangerous sniffle monster of Hypochondriac and defeating the despicable ammonia monsters of Bedwettier.

God I hope his companion isn't you. :eek:

evilagent
4th August 2013, 19:25
If the 12 regeneration is a woman, and she gives birth to a child, who has regenerative qualities, the child could start the whole 12 regeneration process all over again.

MadDawg
4th August 2013, 19:26
If the 12 regeneration is a woman, and she gives birth to a child, who has regenerative qualities, the child could start the whole 12 regeneration process all over again.

Could the child of a male doctor not have regenerative qualities?

NotAllThere
4th August 2013, 20:26
Doctor's daughter may have regenerative capabilities. As far as lasting the distance,

Hartnell - 1963 to 1966 - 4 years
Troughton - 1966 to 1969 - 4 years
Pertwee - 1970 to 1974 - 5 years
Baker - 1974 to 1981 - 7 years
Davison - 1981 to 1984 - 4 years
Baker - 1984 to 1986 - 3 years
McCoy - 1987 to 1989 - 3 years
McGann - 1 film (1996)
Eccleston - 2005 - 1 series
Tennant - 2005 to 2010 - 5 years
Smith - 2010 to 2013 - 4 years

vetran
4th August 2013, 20:27
Could the child of a male doctor not have regenerative qualities?

his daughter jenny is already out there, I for one am willing to take one for the team and impregnate her, if I fail I'm sure Mitch will succeed!

AtW
4th August 2013, 21:33
Must be carp show if they keep changing main actor.

:eyes

stek
4th August 2013, 22:00
Curse of the Fatal Death had:

Rowan Atkinson
Jim Broadbent
Richard E Grant
Hugh Grant
Joanna Lumley

The forgotten Surgery....

NotAllThere
5th August 2013, 06:43
Must be carp show if they keep changing main actor.

:eyes

How has it managed to last 50 years with that kind of plot device? :ohwell

DimPrawn
5th August 2013, 08:00
Who is going to be the new presenter on CBeebies?

And other fascinating questions surrounding children's TV......

:rolleyes:

d000hg
5th August 2013, 08:18
12 incarnations is only 11 regenerations, this still allows John Hurt to be the Final 13th incarnation/12 regeneration, but there are million of theories as to who he isI thought the 12 regenerations thing was a recommendation not a physical law.

NotAllThere
5th August 2013, 08:27
Who is going to be the new presenter on CBeebies?


I don't know about CBeebies - obviously that's your area of expertise - but CBBC is definitely worth a visit from time to time. There's sketch shows on there that are every bit as good as, e.g. The Fast Show in its heyday.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ0stWPc2FY


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LNbhDnoE24

But I can understand it if's a little too highbrow for you (and I bet you don't enjoy the Gruffalo either).

MarillionFan
5th August 2013, 08:32
I don't know about CBeebies - obviously that's your area of expertise - but CBBC is definitely worth a visit from time to time. There's sketch shows on there that are every bit as good as, e.g. The Fast Show in its heyday.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AZ0stWPc2FY


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LNbhDnoE24

But I can understand it if's a little too highbrow for you (and I bet you don't enjoy the Gruffalo either).

Gruffalos child was better. I wonder if we'll get Stickman this Christmas???

MyUserName
5th August 2013, 08:37
Horrible Histories is awesome!

Also, I like our new Dr!

TheFaQQer
5th August 2013, 09:25
his daughter jenny is already out there, I for one am willing to take one for the team and impregnate her, if I fail I'm sure Mitch will succeed!

Isn't the 10th doctor doing that?

TheFaQQer
5th August 2013, 09:26
Horrible Histories is awesome!

This is the final series :(

I like the songs

eek
5th August 2013, 09:42
This is the final series :(

I like the songs

It's finished now. The same team are however working on yonderland for Sky

SimonMac
5th August 2013, 09:44
Isn't the 10th doctor doing that?

He is

SimonMac
5th August 2013, 09:45
I thought the 12 regenerations thing was a recommendation not a physical law.

Seeing as time travel is a key aspect of the show, I am not sure breaking physical law is gonna be a problem

TheFaQQer
5th August 2013, 09:48
It's finished now. The same team are however working on yonderland for Sky

:frown

d000hg
5th August 2013, 13:45
Seeing as time travel is a key aspect of the show, I am not sure breaking physical law is gonna be a problemIn the Whoniverse, TT doesn't break any laws.

SimonMac
5th August 2013, 13:55
In the Whoniverse, TT doesn't break any laws.

How can you take any show serious that uses terms such as that and "Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey...Stuff "

d000hg
5th August 2013, 14:15
Ah, you're a fan of science fiction which comes with a textbook explaining the fictional science.

Grasser73
5th August 2013, 14:52
Doctor's daughter may have regenerative capabilities. As far as lasting the distance,

Hartnell - 1963 to 1966 - 4 years
Troughton - 1966 to 1969 - 4 years
Pertwee - 1970 to 1974 - 5 years
Baker - 1974 to 1981 - 7 years
Davison - 1981 to 1984 - 4 years
Baker - 1984 to 1986 - 3 years
McCoy - 1987 to 1989 - 3 years
McGann - 1 film (1996)
Eccleston - 2005 - 1 series
Tennant - 2005 to 2010 - 5 years
Smith - 2010 to 2013 - 4 years
Doesn't Peter Cushing, 2 films (1965, 1966), count?

DaveB
5th August 2013, 14:54
Doesn't Peter Cushing, 2 films (1965, 1966), count?

As he overlaps with Hartnell I belive it is regarded as being the "same" Doctor.

xoggoth
5th August 2013, 16:56
Doesn't Peter Cushing, 2 films (1965, 1966), count?

I never understood why David Niven never counts as James Bond either.