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  1. Wow! A Dr Who sticker book, me want one!!!!



    I heard the Gelth were back, thought they were a bit weak first time round though.


    This weeks episode was very good, nice understated humour and I liked the horse following the Doctor!



    Bring on the Cybermen I cant wait!!!

  2. Tooth and Claw was very good, I like werewolve stories anyway and adding the Doctor and Rose :wub: makes 'em damn near perfect!


    School reunion was good, although the actual story of The Headmaster and the Krillians was overshadowed by the emotional content between the Doctor and Sarah-Jane. Tony Head hammed it up big style though! :thumbup:


    Just cant wait for the Cybermen though :D




    Have you seen any of the new series yet DB? :whistling:

  3. I'm giving up, you know way too much about Dr Who!!


    The Doctor belonged to the Prydonian chapter and Romana stated that he'd "scraped through with 51%" on his second attempt at passing his finals. I think he specialised in Thermodynamics if I remember correctly, but in some stories he claims to be qualified in "practically everything".


    He and The Master enjoyed building "time flow analogues" to disrupt each other's experiments. The Doctor's hobbies included backgammon and chess . The Academy taught a wide range of courses, and The Doctor seems to have taken most of them. He has a broad knowledge of law, particularly Gallifreyan law . He studied art, architecture, cybernetics, pharmacology, and history. He is an expert on power sources , who specialized in thermodynamics . He's a scientist and engineer, though he admits that he knows very little about quasitronics .


    Heres an intresting qoute:


    " Since, as far as we know, the lower classes of Gallifrey cannot regenerate their bodies, and do not possess the "Time Lord gift" which allows one to understand alien languages, it seems likely that The Doctor underwent the processes which enable both of these as part of his graduation ceremonies."


    I heard of the cartoon series, but I know nothing about it. And as for the special weapons dalek:www.specialweaponsdalek.co.uk/

  4. Which was the first story to be filmed outside England?

    Rose. It was filmed in Wales by BBC Wales ;)



    Youre forgetting the Green Death, but to be fair I should of said included filming outside England. I unintentionally implied that I meant the whole story was filmed outside England. To be honest I was trying to catch DB out, I was hoping he would say the city of Death. :whistling:


    But why the hell were the daleks in Looney Tunes??? :wacko: Thats just weird!! I had a feeling they were in a Beatles film but I cant find any mention of it so I'm probably wrong :(


    I'd forgotten that The Feast Of Steven was a Christmas Special, but then again i'm nowhere near old enough to remember!!


    Another simple question:


    What was the Doctor's nickname in the Academy?

  5. What irony is present in the opening title sequence of The Faceless Ones?


    What was the very first episode of Doctor Who junked by the BBC, when was it wiped, and what is the most likely cause why no copy of it existed outside of the BBC vaults?



    Other than the two Peter Cushing Doctor Who movies, the Daleks appeared on screen in only two other movies, as far as I know. One is the highly verboten Abducted By The Daleks. :blush2: What is the other one?



    Now I wont make the common error of saying that this was the first episode to have the Dr's face in the opening titles because that honour belonged to 'The Macra Terror' so I will have to think about that one.



    The common opinion although it is difficult to confirm is that Episode 6 of The Dalek Masterplan which was titled The feast of Steven was the first to be junked, although it must be nigh on impossible to confirm these sort of things so many years later. Still a terrible shame though :(


    Now, werent the Daleks in one of the beatles films? I think they were.


    I going to need some time to think up questions to match those, but here's an easy one:


    Which was the first story to be filmed outside England?

  6. Intrestingly, David Graham was in the last episode that featured individual names for each spisode. The story was the cowboy one, 'The Gunfighters' and the episode was called 'A holiday for the Doctor' and featured Richard Hurndall in a fairly small role as Ike Clanton, Hurndall went on to appear as the doctor in 'The Five Doctors'


    I was thinking of Jeremy Bulloch, he played Hal the archer :thumbup: Dont forget Michael Sheard who was in a few stories, The pyramids of Mars, The invisible Enemy and Remembrance of the Daleks to name three that I know of and then went on to play an imperial officer in at least one of the first two Star Wars films.


    You got me with the Davros connection, I suspect it is something to do with the three actors that played him appearing in the Cybermen stories but that is just a guess.


    Now, the actors that have played the Dr is a longer list than most would think what with the audio plays and tapes. But there's no way i'm letting you have the waxwork that played Tom Baker in the publicity shots for The Five Doctors!!! :D



  7. Spot on! I only knew it was The Dalek Master Plan.




    Now, David Graham was in the City of Death I think although i'm not sure about that one. He also played a bartender in one story but I have to admit I dont know which one without googling :(


    Colin Baker appeared as Commander Maxill in Arc of Infinity and had the pleasure of shooting Peter Davisons's Doctor, one way to get his job I suppose.



    Which actor appered in The Time Warrior and then went on to appear in a couple of the original Star Wars films and what charectors did he play in those?

  8. So, are the TARDISodes going to replace the Confidentials for this new season? Any more Who Masterminds? :)



    The TARDISodes are just little weekly preveiws that are downloadable I think. Heard nothing about confidential now I think on but I would think they are still doing it.


    Now, Dr Who mastermind is a good idea............


    No googling!


    In which story did Nicholas Courtney appear before he became Brigadier Lethbridge-Stewart?

  9. Wasn't that when Jon Pertwee took on the giant, green maggots?
    Thats the one! Scared the life out of my when I was a kid.


    The Green Death.


    The Dr who Episode Guide.

    Doctor: 'Stevens, listen to me. You've seen where this efficiency of yours leads. Wholesale pollution of the countryside. Devilish creatures spawned by the filthy by-products of your technology. Men... men walking around like brainless vegetables. Death. Disease. Destruction.'
  10. I'd like to meet the guy who wrote ImgBurn.


    Does anyone know where I can find the guy who developed and owns this program ImgBurn? Its pretty nice.




    - Cougar



    You dont owe him money do you? He sounds like he's after something!! =))=)) Mind you he could just be after your body!

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