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PEE Poll: Who is your favourite Doctor from the Doctor Who series?
Hartnell   -0 (0%)
Traughton   -0 (0%)
Pertwee   -0 (0%)
T. Baker   -4 (33.3%)
Davison   -2 (16.7%)
McCoy   -0 (0%)
McGann   -0 (0%)
Eccleston   -2 (16.7%)
Tennant   -4 (33.3%)
Smith   -0 (0%)
C. Baker   -0 (0%)
Total Voters: 8

Gopher

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« Reply #760 on: 10-02-2011 18:55 »

Wow. Nobody's using spoiler tags. That does not surprise me. But nobody's complained? THAT surprises me. I guess xanfor's busy this weekend.

Nutmeg1729

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« Reply #761 on: 10-02-2011 19:00 »

She had one of those time-travel devices at the end of the last season. It's what the Doctor used to get around for the whole of The Big Bang.

I just assumed it was that.

Gopher

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« Reply #762 on: 10-02-2011 19:02 »
« Last Edit on: 10-02-2011 19:12 »

Oh, right, she did didn't she? I'd forgotten that. Seems like a bit of a red flag to his enemies that the tardis is not accounted for tho, so I was expecting it to be left in river's custody after his "death." I figured that was why we were left to assume she was using one of the wrist devices, but generally didn't see her actually wearing it; thought she was using a future version of his own tardis and just had to hide it for obvious reasons.
Nutmeg1729

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« Reply #763 on: 10-02-2011 19:08 »

Given the Doctor's real death, I always kind of assumed that it would just... cease to function. Especially after The Doctor's Wife, his relationship with his tardis is quite intimate in a non-weird way, and they know each other so well that I don't really think she'd work quite the same for anyone else once he's gone.

I'm an old romantic of course, so I just like to think that since essentially it's always been him and her, travelling across time and space, that they've become a part of each other.
Gopher

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« Reply #764 on: 10-02-2011 19:14 »

yah, but river thinks of the tardis as her second mother. I'm sure the tardis would have no objection to being in river's custody for a while, and it go a bit further towards explaining river's extreme familiarity with operating it. And remember, the tardis sees all of space and time simultaneously. It could never be fooled into thinking the doctor is dead.
totalnerd undercanada

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« Reply #765 on: 10-02-2011 20:19 »

The TARDIS was not the Doctor's in the beginning, it was the property of a Time Lord called Marnal. It would probably accept another owner/operator in time.
Beanoz4

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« Reply #766 on: 10-02-2011 21:17 »

I loved the Brigadier tribute...
So simple but it also changes the story line a bit.
ShepherdofShark

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« Reply #767 on: 10-08-2011 01:46 »

OI! MODS! LOCK THIS THREAD; I'M MAKING A NEW ONE!
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