Discussion in 'The Rabbit's Ears' started by Clean Sanchez, Jun 16, 2007.
Ha, that made me laugh out loud. I bet you're right, shusher for sure
at the recolouring.
No I havent tried to recollect them. I have been collecting some of the other old sci-fi I read as a teen, a lot of it is on e-bay. Unfortunately second hand books stores just keep disappearing.
I'm not quite sure what role from The Good Life you imagine him in, but no Felicity Kendall, no Good Life I say.
Have you been watching Whodunnit? I can't say I rewatched any after I recommended it.
In the Paul Eddington role.
Yes, I watched the first five seasons of Whodunnit?. Enjoyed it all and wondered why they don't do a remake of it.
Someone who tells you to "shush" all the time while watching tv or a movie. In my experience there are shushers and talkers, I'm more of a talker.
Oh, I thought it meant he was an alcoholic. I think i'd be a shusher.
Jon Pertwee hosted the show from series two onwards. It was very ITV British 70's (cheap) but it was quite entertaining.
It was 70's Britain, there were was probably a shortage of good looking people.
I really miss the Craig Ferguson show, and his fabulous love of the Doctor.....
It was a crying shame his show ended before his great mate Capaldi became our Doctor, and I always hoped he would pop up in a cameo
Craig interviewed every Doctor and a lot of Karen.
Here he interviews his old band mate Capaldi when the Thick of It movie was about to screen.
Go here for all of the Doctor chats, David, Matt etc
At 4.31, awesomeness
Watched Invasion of the Dinosaurs. A thought provoking story line on the nature of humanity.
I wish they would bring back Omega.....
...that was a great article reepbot... thanks for posting it... cheers.
Look at what I just stumbled across...
What. On. Earth. Thoughts?
...haha!... I'm not sure inumeenu but it could be by the same mob that made this Japanese Doctor Who... it's cheesy/corny and just quite cringey lol!... cheers.
...what I liked better were these two intros that were linked to your video once it stopped playing inumeenu lol!... cheers.
...I found this article on the Internet while browsing it... if David is happy about a female Doctor Who then who else can't be eh?... lol!... the full interview is at the end... on this website below... cheers.
David Tennant Is Delighted About Jodie Whittaker's "Doctor Who" Casting
This is the only opinion that matters.
Posted on August 10, 2017, at 8:37 p.m.
Around a month ago, it was announced that Jodie Whittaker would become the 13th person (kind of) – and first woman – to play the role of the Doctor in Doctor Who.
Of course, because we can't have nice things, there was immediate backlash from people online who were unhappy with the casting.
But now we've been blessed with the only opinion that ~really~ matters. And David Tennant – who played the Tenth Doctor – could not be happier.
"It's brilliant," he said. "I can't think of someone better to join the gang, and to be poised to take it to a whole new level."
In an interview on the Late Show on Wednesday, David revealed Jodie phoned him in a panic before the casting was announced.
When Stephen Colbert asked if he was surprised by the backlash, David said it was to be expected when someone new takes over the role.
Because EVEN DAVID TENNANT had to deal with backlash.
He also said the fact Jodie is a woman won't affect the role at all.
"The Doctor can be whatever he needs to be," he continued. "It's about finding the right performer at the right time, and that's Jodie, without a doubt."
Watch the interview in full here:
...speaking of David... some great old videos of him for you all to watch... those 'David Tennant being hilarious' videos are only 4 of over 20!... lol!... I watch another one whenever I want a quick laugh... and yes... David is STILL my #1 favourite Doctor Who of all time if you haven't noticed ... cheers.
...and... here is an interview with Jodie Whittaker about her landing the role of Doctor Who too... cheers.
I wonder if Jodie will use her natural (Northern) accent (like Chris Eccleston did), or if she'll speak "BBC English" like David Tennant did (and she did in Broadchurch, where he used his own).
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