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Bowelstreak edition

Clyde Langer: >>167970880
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>>168003636
Bowlestrek is an idiot.
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Luke Smith was not "born running". How is that a metaphor? One cannot be "born running", it doesn't make sense! I've always disliked that dialogue. Luke Smith is otherwise rather great, of course.
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>>168003731
He says what most normal people think. MrTardis is a complete retard who sucks off the BBC in the hope that they'll give him a job.
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>>168003799
I doubt we shall agree.
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>>168003799
Bowlestrek is a literal boomer who thinks screaming into a microphone is somehow remotely entertaining.
I'd agree with a lot of what he says but him unironically calling himself the 'trigger train' and reading news articles and screaming is just cringey.
I miss the calm bowlestrek who could actually coherently argue his points.
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>>168003845
Bowlestrek has said nothing remotely sexist or racist. The stream Turdis did was libelous.
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>>168003899
The Sea Devils > Doctor Who and the Silurians > Legend of the Sea Devils > The Hungry Earth / Cold Blood
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>>168003949
I am not sure about that. I have ne'er watched any programmes with Ncuti in them before but I imagine he is to be a great Doctor, probably.

I am going for a walk.
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>>168003872
Any adult who makes videos about Doctor Who on YouTube is a cringe autist, I agree. But what I like about Bowlestek is he pisses off people like MrTardis and the Twitter mob.

MrTardis is worse though. He's just insufferable on every level.
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>>168003974
*wank
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>>168003949
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>>168003949
>here's your new doctor
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>>168003990
what to?
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Just finished Stranded 4, it was kino but now I'm out of Eight stuff to listen to.
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>>168003949
>deliberately cumming on your bedsheet
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>>168004196
Jodie had a POV sex scene in Black Mirror - You didn't complain about that. Homophobe.
>>168004305
We've all been there.
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>>168004512
sex =/= cumming on your bedsheets like a twat
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>>168003742
My hotwife
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>>168004628
no miscegenation
it's forbidden
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>>168004628
What's your favourite BBC production with Jenna?
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>>168004628
Clyde Langer
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>>168003987
That is not very nice.

>>168003990
I am not sure o' the meaning o' this. I wrote nothing wrong.

>>168004033
The Five Doctors is quite good, a nice fun story - the Raston Warrior Robot should return! The Slabs were somewhat similar, though not in hue.

>>168004628
Surely "hot" and "wife" are two words, thus they ought to be written as such. I assume the external temperature is not greatly related to the quality o' the human except in extortionate circumstances. Of course, the internal temperature must be most consistent. The internal temperature of Time Lords has ne'er been stated.
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>>168004987
Clyde Langer
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>>168004760
Only white "men" who are insecure and can't handle the fact that their wife gets more pleasure from black men say that.
>>168004804
The one where I get to watch!
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>>168004987
>Surely "hot" and "wife" are two words, thus they ought to be written as such.
Not really, "hotwife" is now it's own word with a unique meaning.
https://www.dictionary.com/e/slang/hotwife/
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>>168005062
>slang
We only speak proper Queen's English here.
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>>168003949
>can't even convincingly pretend he's wanking
Doctor Who is dead.
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>>168004512
>a POV sex scene
We didn't see shit.
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>>168005046
only white men are allowed to miscegenate
my asian wife loves me and gets immense pleasure from me
and she is also very racist towards blacks
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>>168005062
That is not o' the dialect I use. The word to which you refer does not appear in any other valid sources. Thus I shalt not utilise it.

>>168005110
I am not an expert upon such things but really, the acting o' a human in one programme should not be entirely indicative o' how they may appear in any other programmes, thus your conclusion appears unwarranted.
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>>168005088
You're speaking a language that has evolved from slang Anglo-Saxon words and gibberish Bill Shakespeare pulled out his arsehole.
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>>168005155
Dictionary.com is not a valid source to you?
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>>168005046
Trip up already.
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>>168005143
When they are racist it just makes it hotter when they realize how much better black guys are than their white counter parts.
>>168005222
Thought about it
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>asher and jennacuck in one thread
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>>168005194
The word pertained to is supposedly "slang", not mentioned in any other dictionaries that I am aware of. Dictionary.com, to my knowledge, is a valid source, however it is far inferior to many other dictionaries.
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https://twitter.com/bowlestrek/status/1525351137771237377
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>>168005244
Unironically coal burners tend to be racist as fuck
They're attracted to blacks because of the taboo
I've read about black guys getting called hard-rs during sex by the women who sexualise them, as opposed to white women who just don't care about race
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>>168005353
This is not related to Doctor Who.
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>>168005353
It's to goad them into using them harder
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>>168005389
>Her face when meeting the 14th Doctor
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>>168005155
Have sex
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>>168005244
>Thought about it
Please do.
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>>168005451
God I hope she comes back for the new doctor, even if just for a special
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How can she be in her 40s
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>>168003742
>>168003949
>>168004628
>>168004804
>>168005046
>>168005244
>>168005353
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>>168005513
White goes hi
Canadian says eh
Mexican goes half a night day
Arab goes brrrooo
French goes hoh hoh hoh
And the Asian says oh herro
German goes ja
Wop goes ey
And the Jew says oy oy oy
But there's one sound
That no one knows
What does the Black say?
Maniga-niga-nig-nig-niganiganiga
Maniga-nig-nig-niganiganig
Niga-niga-nig-nig-nignigniganig
What the Black say
Pow-pow-pow-pow-powpapow
P-p-pow-pa-powpapow
Pa-pow-pow-pow-pow-powpapow
What the Black say
Honkey honkey honkey ho
Honkey honkey honkey po
Honkey honkey
What's hockey?
What the Black say
Sm-sm-sm-sm-smosmosa-smoke some crack
Sm-sm-smosmosa-smoke some crack
Sm-sm-sm-smoksmoka-smoke some crack
What the Black say
Big black guy
Baggy clothes
Flaunting ice
And pimping hoes
Shiny guns
Golden grills
Are you late to pay your bills?
Your skin is dark
So beautiful
Like the bad side of the Force
And if I meet
You on the porch
I'll say
How come are you so good at
Spo-o-o-o-orts
Spo-o-o-o-orts
Spo-o-o-o-orts
Is it because you're black?
Of co-o-o-o-ourse
Co-o-o-o-ourse
Co-o-o-o-ourse
What does the Black say?
Ch-ch-ch-ch-chicken now
Ch-ch-ch-ch-chicken now
Ch-ch-ch-ch fried chicken now
What the Black say
Riki-riri-riri that's Racist
Ruku-ruru-ruruk that's Racist
Riki-ruru-ruru that's Racist
What the Black say
Give me all your moneeey
Give me all your moneeey
Give me all your moneeey
What the Black say
Foobo
Foobo
What does the Black say
The secret of the Blacks
They can say anything
Somewhere deep in Detroit
I know you're rioting
You can say what you want
It offends no one
We'll always blame society
Nothing's your fault
You're only a victim
In a white man's world
What is your sound?
I wanna bone some white girls
I wanna bone some white girls
I wanna bone some white girls
Will we ever know?
Bop-bada-bop Obama
I want to...
Bop-bada-bop Obama
I want to...
I want to know
I never met my baby
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>>168003781
He wasn't literally born running, you idiot
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>>168005451
Presumably Clara will not meet the 14th Doctor.

>>168005464
I do not understand why you wrote this. It is unrelated to Doctor Who.

>>168005542
Freema Agyeman was born on the 20th of March, 1979.

>>168005649
That is not very nice. Luke claims, in Invasion of the Bane: "I was born running".
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>>168005155
>Thus I shalt
>shalt
Shalt is only used in the third person
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>>168005561
/who/ is an ally to people of all races and genders. Can you not???
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>>168005713
It's called a metaphor.
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>>168005713
How dense are you? "I was born running" doesn't mean he was born running
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Ncuti Gatwa has that kind of aura where you can just tell he has a massive cock up his arse.
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New companion leaked
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>>168005797
Up Jenna's ass more like
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>>168005713
>Presumably Clara will not meet the 14th Doctor.
Rumour has it that she's going to return in a big way in the first season of the revival.
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>>168005717
https://www.englishgrammar.org/uses-of-shall-and-will/

>>168005782
0.985 gm/cm3, approximately.

That is exactly what it means! "I was born running" means he is claiming that he was born running. The words mean as they state, in which case, they are wrong.

>>168005877
That sounds unlikely. Companions generally ought not to return without a particular reason, and probably only for one episode. Karen Gillan stated she wanted to leave and make sure she would not come back yet did so for a few seconds later. I do not know how averse Jenna Coleman is to the notion o' returning but your idea has no value to me at the moment.
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>>168005797
RTD is a big guy. How do you think Ncuti got the role?

Jokes aside he seems like a nice guy. I'll watch him. Doctor Who is camp, harmless fun. He's camp, fun and seems harmless enough.

Hopefully the writing can capture that energy.

The biggest issue with the Whittaker era was that it was never fun.
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https://www.radiotimes.com/tv/sci-fi/pete-mctighe-doctor-who-ideas-exclusive-newsupdate/
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>>168005986
>That sounds unlikely. Companions generally ought not to return without a particular reason, and probably only for one episode. Karen Gillan stated she wanted to leave and make sure she would not come back yet did so for a few seconds later. I do not know how averse Jenna Coleman is to the notion o' returning but your idea has no value to me at the moment.
Rumour has it that the first seasons of Ncuti's run is going to have 10 and Donna, and 12 and Clara travel with him.
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>>168006018
Wow shes cute cant wait to see her on the bbc next year
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>>168006045
What the heck are you talking about? "Rumour has it", that means nothing here. Anyone using this website can state anything they like regarding the programme, thus writing "Rumour has it" does not add any credibility. This is why I continually inquire sources (and scarcely receive any).
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>>168006027
I liked his episodes. I wouldn't mind him returning.
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>>168006018
>"New companion leaked"
>new companion doesn't appear to be leaking
Explain yourself.
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>>168006077
Rumour has it that RTD is planning on bringing 10 and 12 back to act as mentor figures for Ncuti's Doctor. Something will go wrong during the regeneration in Ncuti, and he's going to lose his memory as the Doctor, and the Tardis will summon 10 and 12 to teach him how to be The Doctor.
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>>168006170
Clyde Langer
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>>168006144
The claim was false. There was a squirrel in The Cruel Sea.

>>168006170
Source?
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>>168005986
>That is exactly what it means! "I was born running" means he is claiming that he was born running. The words mean as they state, in which case, they are wrong.
You are incorrect.
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>>168006220
https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/entertainment/celebrity/david-tennant-peter-capaldi-hotly-26357697
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>>168006368
In what regards do you propose my information to be false?
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I, for one, would like to stick my thumbs into Asher's eye sockets. I want to feel his ocular organs squish into a bloody, viscous pulp beneath the soft, yielding flesh of my fingertips. I want to hear his screams of absolute terror and pain as he realizes he'll never see again.

Then, I would remove my thumbs from his eyesockets, giving him a brief respite as I grabbed a pair of barbeque tongs and a dull butterknife. with the tongs I would pluck out his ruined eyeballs and sever the optic nerves with the butter knife. at this point I would already have a hot plate going with a buttered pan ready to crudely sautee Warwick's juicy macula. As they sizzled in the pan, he would smell them, and after having been starved for days on end, he might even have the nerve to comment about how good whatever I was cooking smelled - not being able to see what it was, of course.

"Here, try some." I would offer, giving him a heaping spoonful of the fried, well-seasoned sight-flesh. He would gobble it down eagerly, begging for more like the autist he was, still not aware of what he was eating. I would feed him the rest, and only after he had eaten it all would I tell him what it truly was.

As he screamed in horror and retched, I would put my thumbs into his empty eyesockets for the last time. I would drive them deep, deep into his empty ocular cavities, until I broke through the fragile bone and began to push my fingers into his brain. Slowly, his musical shrieking of pain and terror would abate as his brain becomes too damaged to operate his vocal cords, let alone comprehend what is happening to him.

At this point, I place my massive, throbbing erection in front of his vegetative face and begin to powerfuck his eye sockets. In and out, in and out, over and over, until his brains are nothing more than a mess of dead cells and tangled dendrites. As I climaxed, I would push myself balls deep into his skull, seed mixing with ruined neurons in a perverse cocktail.
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>>168005860
Michelle mogs her
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>>168006390
In the same way that the phrase "pulling out all the stops" does not actually mean one is pulling out all the stops of an organ.
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>>168006408
No she doesn't
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>>168005999
>RTD is a big guy. How do you think Ncuti got the role?
Because he has a big mouth.
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>>168006437
You've really made me hate Jenna. Now I feel physically sick when I see her.

Cheers mate.
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>>168006380
That seems highly unreliable, especially due to the mentioning of Eccleston returning. I am not really all that interested in rumours.

>>168006394
Unrelated to Doctor Who... also, probably not the best kind o' thing to write for a place about discussing Doctor Who.

>>168006419
"Pulling out all the stops" can mean "pulling out all the stops". The Doctor played an organ in The Lazarus Experiment. The phrase "Pull out all the stops" is known to be a phrase o' other meanings, as well:

https://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/pull+out+all+the+stops

https://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/pull-out-all-the-stops.html

https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/pull-out-all-the-stops

However, the phrase "I was born running" is not known as a phrase o' other meanings. Unless you can find a valid source to explain what Luke (The Archetype) meant, other than what he said, I shalt continue to consider the dialogue incorrect. I have considered it incorrect since I first heard it, despite my adoration o' Luke increasing.
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>>168006045
>>168006170
From what I've heard the Ncuti Doctor is the same as when RTD introduced 9, he's already been the Doctor for a while so may not even be the 14th Doctor or connected to the original lineup

What I do know is 13 drowns, and Jodie regenerates lying down classic series style on the floor in front of Kate who has the final line "here we go again" before it cuts to black.
There's a new regeneration effect where her face crystalizes with ice before exploding into orange fire. Open ended regeneration, you don't see Ncuti
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>>168006550
They really should not use that "Here we go again" line, again! It has been used in Planet of the Spiders and Robot, and in Deep Breath as a reference to it. Much like "reverse the polarity (of the neutron flow)" and "Oh, you've redecorated. I don't like it", the repeated phrase loses all sense o' its original intention and becomes dull.
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>>168006550
An open ended regeneration might be the only way. Are they really going to show a white woman turning into a black man?
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>>168006550
>Jodie regenerates lying down classic series style on the floor in front of Kate who has the final line "here we go again" before it cuts to black.
Clyde Langer
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>>168006511
You've just been shown the truth. In time you will thank me for showing you how pathetic white "men" are
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>>168006603
Anyway, Vastra had no reason to say the line other than as a reference to the original usage. At least the Tenth Doctor stating "I don't want to go" in The Day of the Doctor made sense in reference to Trenzalore (even if it was somewhat intrusive), and it kept his final line the same. The Eleventh Doctor's response was less in-character, being more o' a reference than consisting o' logic.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BF5o9mXNkhA
I can tell he's going to be a great Doctor.
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>>168006603
It's a 90 minute special that ironically is more of a 50th anniversary than the actual 50th. 5,6 and 7 have minor cameo roles as human characters and archive footage.
Regeneration: Tardis gets flooded and she drowns in the River Thames. After they pull her out they confim she's dead. Then her face freezes up into orange ice crystals, cracks, then explodes with the usual orange fire display
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>>168007042
Clyde Langer
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>>168007042
Source?
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>>168007461
Rumour has it that he's going to be in Gatwa's first episode.
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>>168008173
Unlikely.
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>>168008173
I fucking wish, I may actually consider watching it if McGann gets to come back
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>>168008319
Apparently, it's going to tie with Big Finish.
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Rumour has it that Gatwa will regenerate at the end of series 14, killed by the Valeyard (Tennant.)
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yeah i agree with mrtardis desu bowelstrek is braindead
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>>168008376
Source? Stop writing these ideas without sources, there is no reason to consider rumours and ideas if there is no source at all.
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>>168006170
Well Tennant and Capaldi have worked with RTD on multiple shows so they'd probably be the easiest to get back for a multi doc story. Smith was enthusiastic too though iirc
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>>168008501
If the 60th Anniversary story is a multi-Doctor story, they ought not to do one for the 70th (perhaps the 75th), then not again until the 100th anniversary.
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>>168008501
>Smith was enthusiastic too
Matt really, really needs work.
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>>168008566
The show will be long-dead in 20 years. This is the end now. Accept it.
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>>168008406
Will his series also have no bad episodes like Eccleston too?
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>>168008611
I do not accept that. The 40th Anniversary of Doctor Who comprised o' various things, e.g. Scream of the Shalka, Zagreus, the "Doctor Who @ 40" television feature and the announcement of the Revived Series. Even if the programme ceased between now and the 100th Anniversary, there would be some film made by someone, if it is was unofficial and more a remembrance than a new adventure. Based on how many little films were made recently with a very low budget for Doctor Who, it is likely such things may continue into the future. The implication from RTD's return to Doctor Who is that other spin-off programmes are to be made again... perhaps.
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>>168008406
Rumour has it that the Valeyard is The Doctor from Pete's universe.
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>>168008736
Fuck off you autistic cunt
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>>168008751
"The Dictator" in the parallel universe of Inferno was perhaps the Doctor, though this was ne'er stated to be the case and the Dictator was not in the story itself, except as an image of fear. I am not sure about Doctors in other universes, I imagine they exist but do seem conspicuously absent.

>>168008791
Please do not write this. Only from the anonymous factor do you consider yourself to have such power as to write such nasty statements. It is unrelated to Doctor Who. Remember, as discussed previously - it is superior to discuss the information and ideas, rather than attack the perpetrator o' the information.
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>>168008866
Rumour has it that "The Dictator" is going to be in Ncuti's first episode.
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>>168008924
Rumours without sources have no reason to be considered.
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>>168008866
>perpetrator
Presenter. Provider.
Poseur.
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>>168009051
I appreciate synonymous terminology.
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>>168008866
>"The Dictator" in the parallel universe of Inferno was perhaps the Doctor
That is such an absurd explanation that I refuse to acknowledge it as canon. Why can't the Expanded Universe just accept it's supposed to be a fascistic dictator of Britain without trying to do some weird mental gymnastics and making it an alt universe Doctor?
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Many episodes of Doctor Who were renamed when they were broadcast in France. For example, Doomsday (S02 E13) was released as Farewell Rose.
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>>168009458
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>>168009458
>Farewell Rose
Bit spoilery isn't it?
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>>168009448
Why was there no parallel equivalent o' the Doctor in Inferno or Doomsday?
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>>168009521
not really, we all knew it was Billie's last episode
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>>168009458
>>168009506
Wow! This is really interesting. I like memorising different region titles for other things, I've ne'er thought about Doctor Who's alternative titles.
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>>168009525
How do you know there wasn't? Just because we don't see the Doctor doesn't mean there isn't one in that universe.
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>>168009575
https://twitter.com/rassilonp
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https://twitter.com/DW_Infostamp

Inspired by Supper Mario Broth? How intriguing.

>>168009632
I do not know that there was not but it is odd that there has ne'er been an equivalent from another universe, unlike the alternative versions of Liz and the Brigadier, e.g.
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>>168009458
Yes, that's how it's been with every TV shows since the dawn of television.
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>>168009711
*discovery
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>>168009711
*show
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>>168009808
Don't you ever (You) me again, faggot.
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>>168009707
It's not really odd when you consider that the Doctor travels the whole universe and is from a different planet to Liz and the Brigadier. It makes sense that the Doctor would encounter an alternate Liz/Brigadier in an alternate Earth but not a version of himself given that he's probably on Gallifrey or somewhere.
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>>168009880
As mentioned previously, assuming you desire me to not respond to you:

1. I cannot know the author of many writings here, meaning I cannot know which ones not to respond to.

2. It was a mere jest in reference to the script o' An Unearthly Child, which I assume you are familiar with.

3. This writing explained your error whilst contradicting your request, unfortunately. There was no alternative way to explain this to you personally. Had I written it not as a response, but by itself, it would be more ambiguous in its response.

4. That is not very nice.

>>168009982
The Doctor was trapped on Earth during Inferno.
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>>168009996
>The Doctor was trapped on Earth during Inferno.
N-Space's Doctor, yes, but how do you know Inferno's Doctor was? He may have never have even left Gallifrey in that universe.
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>>168008951
My source wants to remain anonymous.
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>>168009996
In doubt, do not reply to anyone.
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>>168010035
RTD's era seems to hinge on the concept of there only being 1 lot of Time Lords and 1 Gallifrey. The Doctor says a number of times that they'd be able to control the reapers, fix time shit, and keep the walls of parallel universe stable. Even with the N-Space Gallifrey/Time Lords gone, surely then there would be other parallel universe Gallifreys/Time Lords? But it appears not, in RTD's era.
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>>168010035
That is possible. However, considering the correlation between the parallel universe and the "regular universe", were there another Doctor, you would think that he, too, would be adventuring in some way similar. Certainly, this ought to have been the case in Doomsday. Since this would interrupt the story, causing many additional complications, it is best to assume in general that there is only one Doctor present in whatever universe the Doctor is in. Else, he should be encountering himself sometimes. It is wise to avoid the Blinovitch Limitation Effect.

>>168010041
Hence: Non-valid.

>>168010050
I recall this previously, too. I like Doctor Who and enjoy discussing it, however.
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>>168010137
>Used to be easy. When the Time Lords kept their eye on everything, you could hop between realities, home in time for tea. Then they died, took it all with them. The walls of reality closed, the worlds were sealed. Everything became that bit less kind.
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>>168010137
Davros' Reality Bomb would destroy all realities. It does not entirely make sense how they were not all destroyed, as that implies that the Daleks and Davros were stopped in all realities. Considering how close they were to not being stopped in the "regular universe", that has "never made any sense to me".
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>>168010137
It is better to write "one", not "1", in this format. Just trying to help.
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>>168010227
My understanding of that whole mess is that the Crucible is the only one in existence, and sits a second out of sync with everything - literally, outside of time and space, and thus there's only that one. So if it goes off, that's the end of creation.

What doesn't make sense with that idea, though, is we get that parallel universe where the stars are going out, implying the reality bomb has already been set off. But then the story also tells us that once it's been set off, that's it, everything is going to cease to exist.

So which is it, Rusty?
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>>168010137
You could maybe fix that by saying each universe's time lords only preside over their own universe.
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>>168010307
I assumed there was a Dalek Crucible in each reality, that there were an infinite number of alternative realities in which the Reality Bomb was also attempted to work. If the Daleks have the power to place a ship outside of all other realities, they really had no reason to lose, they should have won.
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>>168010318
Doesn't chime with this quote though >>168010167
which implies it'd still be pretty easy to do, if there were parallel universe Time Lords there to lend a hand?
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>>168010392
But by that logic, if there are endless parallel reality bombs, infinite even, then logic suggests that at least one of those reality bombs would've gone off... and as the story tells us, a reality bomb going off will turn everything to dust, every time, every timeline, every star, every world, ever parallel world, literally absolutely everything, the universe, the multiverse, the lot.
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>>168010395
The Hand of Omega was a stellar manipulator that could cause supernovae. The Doctor used it in Remembrance of the Daleks to destroy Skaro. Skaro was also destroyed as a result of the Last Great Time War.

>>168010449
That is what I was stating, that the plot does not make sense. This is not entirely unexpected.
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>>168010392
>If the Daleks have the power to place a ship outside of all other realities, they really had no reason to lose
To be fair, the Daleks had the power to invent a Void Sphere, something the Doctor said was thought to be impossible.
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>>168010555
I like the effects of the Void Sphere, how it remains the same size as the camera moves towards it.

Basically, the Daleks really should not lose in many cases, and should just exterminate the Doctor. It is rather simple.
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>>168010555
Thinking about it, the Crucible is just an extension of that Void Ship technology isn't it?

RAJESH: But someone built the sphere. What for? Why go there?
DOCTOR: To explore? To escape? You could sit inside that thing and eternity would pass you by. The Big Bang, end of the Universe, start of the next, wouldn't even touch the sides. You'd exist outside the whole of creation.

So it's entirely feasible that the Dalek Crucible was literally the only one in existence, sitting outside of everything, ready to detonate everything and leave only them/the Medusa Cascade left.
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>>168010395
Perhaps parallel universes time lords just don't care about other universes and the people from them. And unless you really forced them, they also don't care about sending stragglers from other universes back home.
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>>168010605
With hindsight, after Flux, it's weird to think Division sat back and didn't interfere. Unless they knew somehow that it was doomed to fail because the Doctor would step in.
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>>168010711
Yeah that's fair.

It's strange that we never get a brief moment of the Doctor pondering the idea, or even Rose suggesting "Hey my dad's alive here, maybe so are your people?"
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>>168010605
If the Crucible is in the Medusa Cascade with the twenty-seven planets, then those things would all survive the destruction o' all o' reality. Or would the Reality Bomb destroy the planets that enable the power o' the Reality Bomb? Only the planets were relocated, not the Medusa Cascade, which means the Dalek Crucible moved all the planets (and itself) one second into the future (or the past) at those co--ordinates. Presumably it would have destroyed all o' reality one second in the past, else it would not have worked... Oh well, one may always find flaws in such ideas. The notion o' destroying all realities is not all that profitable for the Daleks in some ways, anyway.

>>168010731
The Division / Division were ne'er mentioned until Series 12.
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>>168010773
hi,
fuck off.
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>>168010731
Based on Dalek Caan's repeated wailing about the upcoming "death" o' a companion, the whole plan o' the Reality Bomb was doomed from the start, apparently. That somewhat lessens the tension.
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>>168010848
hi,
fuck off.
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I assume there is only one set o' Time Lords, perhaps, since nothing contradicts it. So firm it is in the Doctor's mind that the Time Lords (and Daleks) were all destroyed, and so hard is it generally to move across the boundaries that divide one universe from another, that either there are no other Time Lords, or they are just too hard to get to, and in another reality, which is not the same as the one in which the Doctor lives, and to alter realities is generally not a great idea.
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>>168010764
It just wasn't thought through. Though I suppose that if there parallel Time Lords they would probably have mechanisms in place to avoid Time Lords from other universes from entering Gallifrey if their Tardis can survive the parallel universe. Though, with all of the Timeless Child stuff perhaps there really are only one or two universes with Time Lords in it. The Time Lords only came into existence because the Timeless Child was sent into another universe for Gallifreyans to discover.
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>>168011084
If even one reality has Time Lords, and multiple realities have Time Lords, then there must be an infinite number o' realities with Time Lords, one would imagine. I am not sure o' the validity o' this idea but why would there be "one or two" universes with Time Lords. Either there would be one, or an infinite amount.
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>>168010137
>>168010227
Couldn't you just say that in the majority of universes the Daleks and Time Lords never came to be because the circumstances required to bring them about were very unique?

Also if we visualize the DW multiverse as a line of universes stacked on top of each other stretched out to infinity like Ten said you could just assume that the neighbouring cluster of universes are Time Lord-less and/or Dalek-less, so invasions from the outside are unlikely.

Essentially, the multiverse/omniverse is incomprehensibly huge so even if there are a lot of universes where the Time Lords exist, they could be so far apart from each other that they never cross paths and restrict their affairs mostly to their native universes anyway.
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>>168011239
Perhaps but it is easier to assume that each reality has Time Lords. Since the Time Lords o' one reality were destroyed (or not), the surrounding universes also are lacking in Time Lords.
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>>168011084
you just invented the best solution to the Timeless Child bullshit. the portal is actually just another Gallifrey from a different dimension. maybe they dropped the doctor through as a way of kickstarting a new Gallifrey because the other one was dying or something. THUS the Doctor is still a Time Lord. fixed.
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>>168011665
Then how were the original Time Lords created? I hope no ultimate explanation e'er occurs. This attempt to retain some mystery into the Doctor's character is not very good. The initial mystery resided in the intrigue o' a character who knew many things beyond our understanding, of whom there was an aura of unknowingness and secrecy. By making the origins o' the Doctor a mystery to... themselves... it negates that aspect, replaced instead by an unknown element for all characters. I would rather it was akin to how it appeared in 100,000 BC or Silver Nemesis.
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>>168011910
just fuck off.
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>>168011003
Fuck off.
Cheers,
Jon Blum
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>>168010811
>>168010860
>>168011954
>>168012315
What am I doing that is so bad? I am not writing nasty things to humans. We can be friends, you know. Well... Not impossible, just a
bit unlikely. At least I know a lot about Doctor Who.
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>>168011152
There can be relatively few occurrences of something in infinity. For example, only 1 in octillion universes could have timelords, meaning that in most cases timelords will not stumble across timelords from alternate universes.
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>>168012568
*Time Lords

That could be the case but there is no way to know how common the occurrence o' Time Lords is. As the Time Lords in the Doctor's universe were eradicated, presumably those o' the surrounding universes were also eradicated.
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The Doctor's Daughter is the worst story o' Series 4, yet is improved from the excellence o' the title sequence theme.
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prune
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BfQgjgV0nM8
0:16
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>>168014281
"Death to the Doctor!" was a great comic.

>>168014360
Seeing RTD is more exciting than the Doctor, really.
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>>168014453
>In like the same week Sam Raimi is doing press for a Marvel movie while RTD promotes new Doctor Who
It's like we're back in the mid-to-late 2000s.
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>>168014868
I know not o' the former aspect. I would not be utterly opposed to Murray Gold returning to compose for Doctor Who (and presumably Ben Foster) but it would be nice to have a new composer, who perhaps also appreciates the use o' leitmotifs, which were so befitting o' the programme for ten series before being replaced by tritones and soft piano music for scenes o' any emotional resonance.
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I hope RTD stays for 10 series.
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>>168014958
If Gold doesn't want to return there is Ben Foster. And if not him then Blair Mowat who's not only worked on Torchwood but some of the audios too. There's even Sam and Dan Watts who composed Sarah Jane Adventures and Wizards vs Aliens.

But Murray Gold has followed RTD almost everywhere outside of Doctor Who so it'd be a first for him not to come back in any capacity. if there's a budget increase though they can have a team of composers so it doesn't all lay on him, that might be the answer.
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>>168015402
Following people does not usually result in becoming friends with them.
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>>168015402
>if there's a budget increase though they can have a team of composers
yes please
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>>168015625
One composer is enough, really.
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>>168015402
Edmund Butt, who scored AAISAT could be good for a one off episode
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>>168015778
The menu theme was good, although not very long.
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>>168015460
Well I don't know the nature of RTD and Murray Gold's personal relationship. Professionally they almost always work together, since RTD's early projects like Queer as Folk, which suggests they get along on some level. But Gold stuck around for the entire Moffat era instead of leaving with RTD so even if they were good friends I could still see him not wanting to come back.

But iirc RTD said the reason he left in 2009 was because he'd more or less run out of ideas for good DW stories and now he's returning with new ideas. The time away from the show helped. Maybe Murray Gold experienced something similar to that and now he's ready to compose some fresh music. Time will tell.
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>>168016069
*IIRC

Murray Gold has continually composed for other programmes. I imagine he would not find it too difficult to return, presumably reusing the same motifs from before, rather than inventing new ones. I hope, in that case, they would not keep using the placeholder music (as with I am the Doctor being re-used too oft') although that was more o' a problem from Series 5 onwards.

It always does.
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>>168016202
iirc off, spastic
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>>168016224
*IIRC

It is rude to call a human a spastic. Please refrain from doing so. Your writing is not related to Doctor Who.
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Doctor Who will go on forever.
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>>168016617
and there will never be a better Doctor than Matt Smith.
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>>168016667
Based
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>>168016617
Not literally. The universe shalt not go on fore'er, of course.

>>168016667
Matt Smith was the Eleventh Doctor. I think it would be more applicable to use the number, rather than the actor, when describing the character themselves, i.e. "There will never be a better Doctor than the Tenth Doctor".
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>>168016735
Shut up cunt
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>>168016202
It wasn't as bad in Series 8, 9 and 10. But we got less new tracks there. I'm not sure which season of the revival had the most new tracks though. Despite the overuse of 11's theme I think it could be Series 5 but I'm going completely off memory.

It doesn't help that there's a lot unreleased music so it's harder to quantify.
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>>168016798
Judy are you OK, are you OK, are you OK Judy
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>>168016342
fuck off you braindead cunt
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>>168016798
Please do not write nasty things like this.

>>168016964
*fewer
*series

Series 1 & 2: 31 tracks
Series 3: 28 tracks
Series 4: 27 tracks
The Specials: 49 tracks
Series 5: 65 tracks
Series 6: 66 tracks
Series 7: 76 tracks
Series 8: 74 tracks
Series 9: 63 tracks
Series 10: [UNRELEASED]

Hence, by released tracks, Series 7 had the most new music. In actuality, a lot o' the music was re-used and mixed in altering ways throughout the ten series to varying extents, e.g. the re-mixed version o' "Corridors and Fire Escape" in Planet of the Dead, which was unreleased. The best theme e'er was ne'er released, anyway.

>>168017311
That is also mean. Please stop writing this, it does not help anyone.
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RTD will bring back the Krotons.
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>>168018740
Alien Bodies did it better.
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>>168018751
What is the "it"?
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Wirrrn will also return.
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a
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I want to guff in Asher's Clyde Langer
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What time is it?
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>>168019548
World Enough and Time.
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WEAT
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Sorry, dropped it
HELLO STOOOOOONE HENGE
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>>168019917
*Stonehenge

Who takes the Pandorica takes the universe! But bad news everyone... 'cos guess who? Ha! Except you lot, you're all still whizzing about up there, it's really very distracting. Could you all hold still a minute because I am talking!

Now, the question of the hour is, who's got the Pandorica? Answer: I do. Next question: Who's coming to take it from me? Come on, look at me. No plan, no back-up, no weapons worth a damn. Oh, and something else I don't have: anything to lose. So, if you're sitting up there in your silly little spaceship with all your silly little guns tonight, just remember who's standing in your way. Remember every black day I ever stopped you, and then, and then... do the smart thing. Let somebody else try first.

Romans.
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>>168019917
*Sorry, sorry
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>>168020002
He doesn't say "up there", then either, and he says "stay still", not "hold still".
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clunge
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Are you saying this entire set up's been a disguise all along?
Going way back. Installing the Jagrafess a hundred years ago. Someone's been playing the long game, controlling the human race from behind the scenes for generations.
Click on this. The transmat delivers to that point, right on the edge of the solar system.
There's nothing there.
It looks like nothing because that's what this satellite does. Underneath the transmission there's another signal.
Doing what?
Hiding whatever's out there. Hiding it from sonar, radar, scanner. There's something sitting right on top of planet Earth, but it's completely invisible. If I cancel the signal
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>>168020283
*a

A good episode.
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>>168020373
Why is the episode called The Long Game then?
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>>168020283
And I like the repetition in:

"Sonar, radar, scanner".

Pity the word "scanner" does not end "ar" as well. Also, Earth does not really have a top, of course. The Doctor was probably explained it for the ease o' the humans.

>>168020390
I explained this previously.
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And so on. Doctor Who is rather great, mostly...

... Tara...?
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>>168020283
>There's something sitting right on top of planet Earth, but it's completely invisible
I like the choice of words here. It's such a simple thing but Star Wars and a lot of sci fi has conditioned me to think of space as a flat plane. This paints a much more foreboding picture in your mind. The Daleks aren't separated from Earth by an ocean of space, an invading army of ships, instead they're hovering over it ready to descend.
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>>168021271
Good writing.
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The Long Game is also one of the best written Doctor Who episodes.
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>>168021653
no it isnt
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>>168021130
going for a walk?
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>>168021722
No.

Why didn't you do the thing?

Now I have to do the other thing.

Etc etc etc.
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>>168003949
>Leaked premiere after the Doctor gets a penis again
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last doctor I watched was the 9th, about to binge everything, what am I in for?
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>>168022278
I think it would definitely be a good idea if you did a little review of each episode as you go along, and gave yourself a little identity like "Binge", possibly "Binge the 4th"
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i hate this
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doccy who
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When they get Shooty for Big Finish things will officially get started.
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dr poo
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>>168028380
How will Doctor who fans ever recover?
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The only reason RTD is back is because he is convinced that the future of Doctor Who is with American audiences. This is reflected in the casting, as he thinks Americans will be more accepting of a black Doctor. This show has become over complicated with it's lore and excessively used as a platform for identity politics. It is literally doomed to fail. No amount of creative tricks from RTD can save it. Half the fan base dropped the show years ago and pandering to nostalgia will not bring them back, as evidenced by Chibnall's run. No shows can last this long without becoming stale and a parody of themselves. The logical thing to do is to make a series that builds up to the final ever episode for the 60th, and then just leave it alone. It's time to put this tired old franchise out of it's misery.
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>>168030048
This but instead of literally everything you just said we need an attractive white male lead in his early 30's and an attractive female companion with massive tits and a low cut top
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nice
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What is Jenna's favourite time?
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>>168005302
>bowlestrek locked his account
what happened?
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>>168031772
MrTardis made a video "exposing" him as a racist or something idk
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>>168031918
did people not already know that? I thought that was his whole schtick
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cyberman cock
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matt smith penis
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>>168031730
Ding dong! That was easy
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Why is Jon Blum so cheerful?
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Say something nice about our outgoing doctress.
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>>168038964
uhhhhhhh
she's nice
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>>168038964
she's fit
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prune
move on.
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>>168036397
Took you two and a half hours to come up with it.
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Best Doctor?
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At the end of Lungbarrow, the Seventh Doctor learns that Leela is carrying Andred's child. Noting that half-human, half-Gallifreyan is an "unusual pedigree", the Doctor tells her to "just call him after me". The implication is that the child will eventually travel back in time and become the Other, who ultimately dissolves himself in the Loom network to be reborn as the Doctor. Marc Platt later confirmed this: "I don't know whether anybody picked up on that little hint that this is actually a time loop! ... Yup! I'm very naughty! Leela and Andred are ... Oh, dear! Perhaps I shouldn't have mentioned it? The implications are far too horrific to contemplate!" (DWM 305)
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>>168042842
Marc Platt intended the ending of Lungbarrow to imply that Leela and Andred's child would eventually travel back to the Dark Times and become the Other, who ultimately dissolves himself in the Loom network to be rewoven as the First Doctor, explaining how he can be "half-human on [his] mother's side" but also Loom-born.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pCR97QpXqk0
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>>168038964
Her companion is kinda cute
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>>168038964
that screencap is from her best scene
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>>168042842
Non-canon. No one cares.
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>>168043078
1. Didn't praise 13
2. Wrong
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"Born running" doesn't make sense.
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At least Ncuti can't be worse than Whittaker.
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RTD > RTD2
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If RTD2 is better than RTD, should he be considered a different showrunner in a sense, so that one may argue RTD2 is better or worse than RTD, similar to Moffat being better than Chibnall?
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>>168043753
I don't see why not.
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CHIBNALL was awesome. I'm sick of constant negative opinions. Let's spread some love for the man who kept Who going in the darkest hours, who fulfilled his childhood dream, who introduced a female Doctor and brought lots of new ideas to the table. Here's to Chibnall!
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>>168043876
go to bed, Strevens
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>>168043894
Only autists know executive producers.
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>>168043916
yes, nobody's heard of RTD, Julie Gardner, Phil Collinson or Piers Wenger.
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>>168043938
Normal people have not. It's sad how deluded you have become.
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>>168043963
sure thing, retard
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>>168044017
MAYBE some normal people have heard of Davies and Moffat. But the producers who aren't showrunners? Not a chance.
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>>168044035
sure thing, retard
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>>168044070
>I'll repeat because i've got autism, not an argument
Awesome, I won.
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>>168044104
sure thing, retard
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So Chibnall... Great writer? Yeah. Let's be honest, most people would be shit compared to him.
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RTD > SM > CC
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>>168044174
sure thing, retard
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>>168044244
sure thing, retard

Look everyone he posted it once again! Isn’t he just the funniest guy around?? Oh my god.

I can almost see your pathetic overweight frame glowing in the dark lit by your computer screen which is the only source of light in your room giggling like a little girl as you once again type your little ‘sure thing, retard’ message up as you click the /who/ thread. Oh we all know the link, the uh ‘Doctor Who General - /who/’ isn’t it? I imagine you, little shit, laughing so hard as you click it that you drop your Doritos onto the floor. But its ok, your mother will clean it up in the morning. Oh that’s right, did I fail to mention? You live with your mother! You’re a fat fucking fuck up and she’s probably so sick of you already. So sick of having to do everything for you all god damn day, every day, for a grown man who spends all his time on 4chan posting about a dumb copypasta. Just imagine this, she had you and then she thought you were going to be a scientist or an astronaut or something grand and then you became a NEET. A pathetic copypasta scum fag NEET. She probably cries herself to sleep everyday thinking about how bad it is and how she wishes she could just disappear. She can’t even talk try to you because all you say is “sure thing, retard".

You became a parody of your own self. And that’s all you are. A sad little man laughing in the dark by himself as he prepares to indulge in the same old dance that he’s done a million times now.

And that’s all you’ll ever be.
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>>168044284
sure thing, retard
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Will RTD manage to create a series o' superior quality to Series 4? Whilst he may create one that is o' most excellent quality, currently I consider it unlikely that I am to conclude it better than the fourth series, for the fourth series has had many years to develop within my mind and re-affirm itself as the greatest in the Revived Series of Doctor Who, as well as having many other sections, such as the flash games, different homepages for each story, the Doctor Who Magazine parts (the Bad Wolf one was great), and being o' a younger and more hopeful guise. Even if a series is created now which I would at the time have admitted was superior, or even would now, I would be hesitant to declare it so immediately, based on how oft' have I repeated the declaration o' the other series' higher status o' standard. Still, whatever RTD enacts this time, it ought to be far more interesting than Chibnall's attempts overall. Even if he writes something awful, so long as it is interesting to consider, it ought to be better, for a dull story is worse than one o' objectionable contradictions, in some ways (e.g. Destiny of the Daleks).
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>>168044244
>>168044295
Based
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>>168044512
What is the definition o' "based" you utilised there? The definition to which I am familiar does not correlate well in that remark.
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>>168044412
Doctor Who is not science fiction
Born running makes sense to non-autistic brains
Spreadsheet scores are not hard evidence
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Reminder to just ignore the faggot and he'll eventually get bored.
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>>168044535
Doctor Who is science-fiction.
"I was born running" does not make sense at all.
My scores are indicative o' how I consider the quality o' stories.

>>168044566
Thus I presume it was the second definition being used there. The etymology is not o' a form I am more acquainted to, I think I shalt not use such terminology. The response from the judgement was not to be.
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>>168044631
As much as I enjoy that monologue and have repeated it many times, that line does not entirely make sense. The Doctor is talking to all the spaceships above Stonehenge, not Stonehenge itself. Due to the grand pronouncement's effect, I nevertheless appreciate the opening.
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>>168044675
You're a retard. If a singer shouts "Hello Wembley", they are addressing the audience, not the fucking building. Fucking hell. Go away.
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>>168044675
Clyde Langer
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>>168044731
I do enjoy the monologue, of course. I just think that line doesn't utterly make sense, only partially. Whilst the Doctor was referring to the spaceships by declaring the general co-ordinates, it also could be interpreted as him talking to the stones, which does not make sense. As I stated, overall I do not mind the discrepancy, for the intention is clear, the line has a pleasing resonance and the scene is exceptional (I watched some o' it yesterday).
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>>168044786
FUCK OFF
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just ignore the spacker for fuck's sake
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>>168044786
>>168044675
>>168044614
>>168044412
>>168020002
>>168017721
>>168016202
>>168014958
>>168012917
>>168012406
>>168011910
>>168010848
>>168010773
I get the irony since I'm here on a Sunday shitposting when I could be outside or doing literally anything else, but it's hilarious that this is either a bored af larper with literally zero life because he spends his time writing essays o' shite on here, or it's some actual special needs kid with literally zero life and doesn't understand why nobody likes him.

RIP /who/

Guess we wait for him to fuck off again, o' something.
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>>168044847
Spack off!
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>>168044786
>>168044847
samefag. it's not a spacker, it's you, being a larpfag. fuck off.
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>>168044931
shit
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>>168044883
>he thinks it's a larper
oh sweet summer child
I miss Binge
Hell, I even miss the old tripfags
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>>168045025
come back Cats
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>>168044931
what the fuck are on about you schizo
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>>168045025
This all appears somewhat familiar. The Ninth Doctor promised the "trip of a lifetime" in a trailer for Series 1, which featured a corridor not actually in the series.
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>>168045062
just a coincidence that the larper has fucked off now then, is it, while you reply to me? fuck off.
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>>168045083
medication.
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Terror of the Autons > Spearhead from Space.
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Closing Time > The Lodger.
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The soundtrack to Heaven Sent is quite good but I am not sure I would so readily declare it as the episode with the greatest soundtrack in Doctor Who.
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Revenge of the Binges > Noel's House Party
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>>168045471
Dimensions in Time is not very good. At least the Brigadier got to meet the Sixth Doctor.
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>>168045483
Peepeepoopoo
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>>168045527
That statement does not appear to correlate to Doctor Who. The noun "toilet" appears three times in The Pilot.
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>>168045563
The noun "toilet" appears twice in The Unicorn and the Wasp.
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>>168045563
>>168045590
Shit-encrusted dripping AIDS cocks attached to niggers
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Karen Gillan married some jewbag yesterday.
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>>168045657
I am not sure about that terminology, either. Ian and Barbara married each other in Hunters of the Burning Stone. Ian and Barbara were mentioned in Death of the Doctor.
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>>168045657
Yeah I was at the wedding
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Shadows of the Vashta Nerada > TARDIS > Blood of the Cybermen > The Gunpowder Plot > City of the Daleks.
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>>168045657
How will he react?
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>>168046025
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prune



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