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You may have seen it in the Tennant threads - I've compiled all of Eccleston's stories in a list and given each ten points. Once per hour, you can choose one episode to "Hurt" (subtract a point) and one episode to "Heal" (add a point). When an episode hits zero points, it's removed from the voting list and added to the bottom of the rankings. The result is a list of fan-favorites, in order of popularity! I've already added my votes to the list. Here goes:
1. Rose 10
2. The End of the World 10
3. The Unquiet Dead 10
4. Aliens of London 10
5. World War 3 10
6. Dalek 10
7. The Long Game 10
8. Father's Day 10
9. The Empty Child 11
10. The Doctor Dances 10
11. Boom Town 9
12. Bad Wolf 10
13. The Parting of Ways 10
The viewing figures for Doctor Who's Season 5 penultimate episode, are in for the overnights.
"D'you know, this is going to be easier than I expected."
Doctor Who: Podshock - Episode 209
Running Time: 2:00:49
Doctor Who: 'The Lodger' reviewed live over the net with live and recorded feedback. (If you haven't seen The Lodger yet, wait until you have before listening).
Daleks, and Cybermen, and Sontarans, and Autons, and so many others, oh my. Using the Autons in such a fashion was completely unexpected; I loved it. But man, poor Rory, apparently still dead then.
I'm not quite sure what to think of this one overall. The opening was damn good, and I never felt the episodes dragged or anything. So I *hope* the second part - which I won't see for 2.5 weeks due to an impending vacation - doesn't disappoint.
There were so many great bits and lines in this story though. It was certainly written with the long-time Whovian in mind. Little bits of comedy, little bits of creepy/scary. Very well done.
And seconds before it happened, my wife guessed that the Doctor was going INTO the Pandorica, rather than somebody or something coming OUT OF the Pandorica. My thought was that it was the Doctor who would come out, one way or the other. It's certainly a nice twist.
This Week In Doctor Who - Section A
June 19, 2010 - Vol 13, Number 22
by Benjamin F. Elliott
All the known broadcasts of Doctor Who covered weekly since 1998. With the spinoffs too.
UK - the final story of the series is upon us! Part one - "The Pandorica Opens" - is at 6:40PM BST on BBC One and BBC HD, 50 minute episode. Doctor Who Confidential airs uncut immediately afterwards on BBC Three and BBC HD. The conclusion - "The Big Bang" - is on 26 June at 6:05PM BST on BBC One and BBC HD, 55 minute episode. Doctor Who Confidential will also air immediately after that episode on BBC Three and BBC HD.
the synopsis is out and I for one am very excited but tad bit frightened from what I've seen from the pictures amy and The Doctor vist king aurthur and his knights at stonehenge but thats just from a picture i've seen and from "The Big Bang" synopsis I believe all does not go well. i will be putting the both of them at the bottom so be forewarned it WILL HAVE SPOILERS!!!!!
The Pandorica Opens---------
I would just like to invite any Arizona based Whovians to a NEW Doctor Who web site I set up a coupe of weeks ago due to a previous group meetups web site being shut down on the 15th.
Here's the web address:
It's actually open to anyone from anywhere, but I thought I'd note it as AZ specific here since it's primary purpose in being started up was to keep Whovians of that region in touch with one another.