Who's your favourite doctor? Tom Baker/Patrick Troughton Who's your favourite companion? As always, Sarah Jane Smith What's your favourite episode? TheEnemy Of The World What's your favourite season? Season 14 Which missing episode do you want to be found? The Dalek's Master Plan
Who's your favourite doctor? A tie between Tom Baker and Jon Pertwee. (AIKIDO!) I didn't care much for the other Doctors, but I find Sylvester McCoy rather funny too, as well. Who's your favourite companion? Dr. Liz Shaw (criminally underrated) and Sarah Jane Smith. Gotta love that cynicism in Liz, and the impulsive energy Sarah had. What's your favourite episode? Come to think, the last time I watched Doctor Who was 'The Face of Evil' and 'Colony in Space'. Love it. By the way; it's 'serial' since it's basically stories compiled from four to six episodes. What's your favourite season? Season 16, aka The Key to Time. That season is like a large work of symphony Igor Stravinsky could have made. I don't have a DVD of it, but the Armageddon Factor is very much like a trip. Which missing episode do you want to be found? Possibly any Patrick Troughton episodes that are deemed missing, but I'm specifically going for Fury from the Deep.
Well, I think towards the end of the 1970s theme tune shrill marks a resemblance to the point I've indicated to the remix of Should I Laugh Or Cry.
The GIF is part of Tom Baker's theme tune sequence but instead Frida is in the vortex instead of Tom Baker.
I can't explain my feelings for this that it ended up on a forum! I'm so surprised!
Alex, I'm absolutely responsible for this photoshopped edit (originally posted on my tumblr blog as a GIF, but I formulated it on YouTube in the form of unlisted video as a part of my experimental video series [they tend to be random and silly, but sometimes an idea's delivery might be surprisingly executed without efforts]; largely diverse.) – I've been working on it painstakingly with Final Cut Pro, which kinda explains the choppiness. I would call myself a perfectionist for that.
That photoshop was part of the concept that Frida Lyngstad was the Fourth Doctor, actually. It's over the top, but the sky is never the limit for me!
I can seriously imagine Frida discussing Sarah Jane Smith about the Mandragora and the Zygons as they sing..
I didn't hear the Matt Pop mix, but I will keep it in mind whenever I have time to listen to it.
PS: This is how you make a GIF run (paste the image link when clicking on the small landscape icon, instead of clicking 'add image to post')
The Rubber Ball Man , Yeah; John Hurt was a versatile actor. I didn't know he was in one of my favourite movies such as 'Spaceballs' until now. Though, I can spot a bit of him in some Harry Potter movies. He's got some no-nonsense personality when portraying the War Doctor. More than just a cranky Doctor.
What are everyone's thoughts on the new 13th Doctor?
What about, oh dear? I simply don't like the idea of Time Lords being able to change gender.
I'm not happy and haven't decided if I'll continue watching after the Christmas Special or not. Mind you, even if I don't watch I'm glad the show is still going and I think it may well pick up new viewers with a female Doctor.
Excellent news - really looking forward to seeing where this takes the series. It was starting to run the risk of treading water - now they've got the scope to take it in some new directions. I guess the Christmas special will draw a line under the old regime and then Dr Who can press ahead next year, refreshed and revitalised.
Even though I wasn't too keen about the idea of the Doctor being a woman, I'm quite happy with the actress they chose to play the Doctor. Jodie Whittaker played one of the main characters in one of my favorite shows Broadchurch, and Chris Chibnall, the new DW writer, wrote Broadchurch, so I have a lot of faith in the new Doctor Who season and I'm pretty sure it'll be good. Even though I found Capaldi's doctor a bit annoying in the first seasons, he was particularly good in the most recent season and I'll be sad to see him go.
I have no idea why "save" keeps on appearing after all of my posts. Must be a glitch.
What are everyone's thoughts on the new 13th Doctor?
For me, it's too early to say about it! (coming from someone who hasn't heard of Dame Whittaker...(She's not knighted but I just called her by the formal address anyway because why not..))
Jodie Whittaker was only just announced, but she looks a tad bit like Jane Lynch (but well styled, in a good way)! If she (or the current writer) can bring the biting humor to the 13th Doctor, then maybe I don't mind about her!
Always a fresh start, I don't know why many people want to be so pessimistic about it..
I mean back in the days anybody could have had a crush with or adore Wonder Woman or Ellen Ripley as a hero, why not with the Doctor? (I feel guilty that I have to say this, haha! ) The clock resets to a new day when it reaches twelve ante meridiem, doesn't it? (Hello gorgeous, Jodie! Enjoy your stay at the TARDIS)
[On the illustrated image, Frida is apparently wearing a leather jacket, which the Davros from New Doctor Who also wears.]
Funny that today morning I was trying to set up a Dalek voice (I improvised, I'll admit, but I'm not going to publish it, haha! My setup was 25-30 hz ring modulator and a guitar amp, respectively) while I have an autographed Frida photo on my desk behind me...
Recently Jodie Whittaker’s (13th Dr) got that new outfit that speaks “something Ann-Margret never wore”. It’s far kiddish as Colin Baker’s outfit but not in a very bad taste! Just as if a Time Lord has a new regeneration cycle, they would go through the stages of life again. 😉