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laurennotjordan: Bailey keeps sleeping on the red shirts… DEATH BY KITTY! That’s a new one. I hope that doesn’t spoil the plot.
Doctober Day 15: The Edge of Destruction
In case you missed the last post, Days 13 and 14 will be done eventually. Damn my working life. This is serial is considered rare for its type as it’s a ‘bottle episode’, that in TV terms is an episode where no budget is spent on effect and it’s filmed on the main set of the show, using the main cast. It’s a money saving effort traditionally, and this was used to...
Doctober Day 12: Four to Doomsday
Apologies for the delay in posting, having a full time job does take it’s toll. Unfortunately I missed out on Day 13 & 14, but Day 15 review will be up in a moment. But on with Davison’s second serial: The TARDIS arrives on board a huge spaceship where the Doctor and his companions encounter the frog-like Urbankans and a population of human androids. The Urbankans’ leader,...
thefourofclubs: I started watching Merlin And I can say with about 99% sureness that Colin Morgan is a really large, partially bald mouse He sure does have a Fievel look to him:
Doctober Day 11: The Ark in Space
Quick note first, I had to skip Day 10 due to a few personal reasons. I do plan on seeing Doctor Who and the Silurians next with Pertwee, I’ll try and fit him in when an opportunity arises. But on with Day 11 and The Ark in Space: The TARDIS arrives on an apparently deserted and deactivated space station Nerva, otherwise known as the Ark, orbiting Earth in the far future. There the Doctor,...
Awkberg!: Looking for Wednesday: Why I Name Things... →
awkbergforever: There should be no doubt that Looking for Alaska by John Green inspired my blog name, my second channel name, and basically everything that is not “Cophenalypse.” The Wednesday part comes from my being Wednesday on my first true collab channel, but that’s not really that important. Looking for… Saw the original blog post, it was such a beautiful read :).
Doctober Day 9: The Moonbase
The Cybermen, one of the most fear enemies in Doctor Who history, second only to The Daleks, and yet they still hold a presence like no other. Their first introduction was in the serial The Tenth Planet, which is also famous for the first ever regeneration, unfortunately neither were linked as The Doctor’s regeneration came off due to ill health and old age. That’s quite a situation...
Doctober Day 8: The Daleks
The Daleks, a race of beings that even non-Who fans are familiar with. The most feared and deadliest enemy of The Doctor that are made famous by their unique look and constant use of the word ‘Exterminate!’ Despite their overuse in the newer series, thanks to Russell T. Davies’ love for them, it’s amazing to know how far back they go, and literally to only the second ever...
The Shades of London: THE NAME OF THE STAR LONDON... →
theshadesoflondon: So, there has been some KOOKYPANTS adventures with the scheduling of the UK appearances … . it’s a long story that involves me, Prince Phillip, the Royal Mail, Jeremy Clarkson, seven spider monkeys, and His Royal Laminated Highness The King of Argos … but we have it all worked out now, and here is… Just sent my RSVP to the email address. Bring on the 22nd!
Doctober Day 7: Paradise Towers
It’s Saturday and week one of Doctober has come by, it’s certainly been an interesting week with first adventures for each Doctor, though today was different as it involves a second serial. This was because I had seen Slyvester McCoy’s debut serial, Time and the Rani already, it’s a serial that gets heavily criticised, but that was one I enjoyed, but that is for another...
Doctober Day 6: The Twin Dilemma
Before I get into this, I was watching a review of Power of the Daleks by SF Debris, one of my favourite sci-fi reviewers, and he raised a number of points that I didn’t consider heavily when thinking about the serial. After some serious thinking, I think I was a little too harsh on it, especially given how valued it is. I think the set up for a lost serial can be seemed as non-engaging due...
Doctober Day 5: Castrovalva
It’s January 12th 1982, just under 11 months since Tom Baker’s final outing after seven years of being The Doctor. The question that’s being heavily asked of his successor, Peter Davison, does he have what takes to succeed a man who’s established himself as the icon role of The Doctor? The question would finally get answered on this date as Davison’s long hard battle...
Doctober Day 4: Robot
After yesterday’s badassery of Jon Pertwee, I thought this serial might have a lot to go against it. But then this is the first serial of the man they consider the best Doctor of all time, Tom Baker. That debate is another one left for another time, though seven years dedication and making the series what it was really shows how much of an impact Baker had. I do feel that while Pertwee took...
Doctober Day 3: Spearhead from Space
Jon Pertwee arrives in his debut episode, Spearhead from Space. But before I continue, here’s the synopsis: Exiled to Earth in the late 20th Century and forbidden to continue travelling by his own people the Time Lords, the newly regenerated Doctor arrives in Oxley Woods alongside a shower of mysterious meteorites. Reuniting with UNIT and Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart, they investigate the...
Doctober Day 2: The Power of the Daleks
Day Two and it’s Patrick Troughton’s turn. Having seen The Invasion before, I was quite impressed with his incarnation of the Doctor, so he definitely one of the classic Doctors that I would be most looking forward to. And where better to start than his first ever serial, The Power of the Daleks? Now before you ask, all six parts of this serial form part of the missing 108 episodes, so...
the-scoobies-have-the-phone-box: After one week without Doctor Who: After two weeks without Doctor Who: A month: During the Christmas special: Upon realizing we have to wait an entire year for another episode: When people ask why we’re so depressed: Then take part in the Doctober Challenge. There’s so much of Classic Who that people are not watching, fill that void...
Doctober Day 1: An Unearthly Child
So Doctober has arrived! After Series 6/Season 32 went off in style (no spoilers), I start off the Doctober challenge with going back to the very beginning and watching the first ever serial, An Unearthly Child. Synopsis: Two teachers, Barbara Wright and Ian Chesterton, are rather concerned about one of their students, Susan Foreman, who has a very alien outlook on England, history and science....