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Re: Rate The Waters Of Mars

Post by stanmore on Tue Nov 17, 2009 11:52 pm

Lucy McGough wrote:
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Adelaide's suicide
was such a brave choice for a kids' television show, but I'm glad they included it.

For a minute I thought that
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she was going to shoot the Doctor, a la Lucy Saxon, rather than herself.

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You could tell that The Doctor wasn't really thinking straight. She's toying playfully with her gun... do I think that she'll use it to shoot something?... nah, she'll be fine because I AM THE DOCTOR AND etc etc
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Re: Rate The Waters Of Mars

Post by Lucy McGough on Wed Nov 18, 2009 12:55 am

stanmore wrote:
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You could tell that The Doctor wasn't really thinking straight. She's toying playfully with her gun... do I think that she'll use it to shoot something?... nah, she'll be fine because I AM THE DOCTOR AND etc etc
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Do you reckon he failed in his duty of care to someone who was mentally unstable?
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Post by Lucy McGough on Wed Nov 18, 2009 1:03 am

The Co=Ordinator wrote:Maybe spara's right
Or maybe not.
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Re: Rate The Waters Of Mars

Post by The Browncoat Cat on Wed Nov 18, 2009 5:55 am

Lucy McGough wrote:Anyone else think Gadget was capitalising on the public's affection for Wall-E?
The original concept design shown on Confidential was even more Wall-E. I think somebody in the Legal Department told them to tone it down.
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Re: Rate The Waters Of Mars

Post by Graymalkin on Wed Nov 18, 2009 9:14 am

Just finished watching 'TWoM' (after catching up on some much needed sleep) - absolutely loved it. Would like to watch it again (in a more together/ less excited frame of mind) before I make any firm conclusions or comments, but I suspect Sylvester McCoy is mourning the loss of his 'Dark Doctor' tag* as we speak.

A friend of mine's son is in 'trouble' for watching this - he persuaded his mum to let him watch it, even though he'd agreed to wait until his dad got back from Amsterdam (the deal is they only watch Doctor Who together). Can't blame him, really...

Is it Christmas yet?

PS - I suspect that 'made in Liverpool' line may well get sigged...


*Despite the fact it was actually owned by Troughton...
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Re: Rate The Waters Of Mars

Post by Zoltar on Wed Nov 18, 2009 6:31 pm

Lucy McGough wrote:
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Do you reckon he failed in his duty of care to someone who was mentally unstable?
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Adelaide? I don't think she was mentally unstable. She just had an incredible reaction to incredible circumstances... One can only imagine what it would be like to be in her shoes at that moment.

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Re: Rate The Waters Of Mars

Post by The Browncoat Cat on Thu Nov 19, 2009 5:15 pm

Lucy McGough wrote:
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Do you reckon he failed in his duty of care to someone who was mentally unstable?
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Do you honestly think anyone that Psyche Testing revealed as being even remotely "mentally unstable", or possibly become "mentally unstable" under any circumstances on the mission, would be allowed anywhere near the mission?
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