Dr Who - Best endings yet?

#3
Must dust this house more often.....
 
#4
Caught it by accident - manly tear stuff - might start watching again
 
#6
Yes have to admit to a bit of a tear
 
#7
I thought "We had planned this programme to be released at the start of November so that it would be topical, but it all cost so much and took so long to film that we ended up transmitting it in June....".

But I am Mr Cynical.

Nice try, guys, and it was an interesting plot! But not as good as the Madame Pompadour plot!

Litotes (from behind the sofa....)
 
#8
Litotes said:
I thought "We had planned this programme to be released at the start of November so that it would be topical, but it all cost so much and took so long to film that we ended up transmitting it in June....".

But I am Mr Cynical.

Nice try, guys, and it was an interesting plot! But not as good as the Madame Pompadour plot!

Litotes (from behind the sofa....)
It would have been cynical if it had been released in November
 
#9
I prefer the ending when billy piper get her backdoors booted in, oh that ones on my laptop!
 
#10
Bugger, Missed it...Any chance of a linky someone?
 
#12
Yep, dust was exactly the excuse I used when my son asked why there were tears in my eyes.

Never liked Dr. Who in the past but this series is quite good.
 
#14
spike7451 said:
dance_with_the_devil said:
Bugger, Missed it...Any chance of a linky someone?
Repeated on BBC3 tonight (Sunday) 2000Hrs.
Top Man Spikey... :D

Watched and thoroughly enjoyed..Albeit a tear at the end..Top show.. :salut:
 
#18
watched it and thought it was cracker.

I love Dr Who and time travel
 
#19
though to be fair most cadets I knew when a cadet would happily have drilled the little girl with the vickers just to see what happened :twisted:
end brilliant though
 
#20
Watched again. Many tear reappeared.

One gripe - was 'Incoming!' really a term used in WW1?

Enlighten me.................
 

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