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    The canary cry was used only at the end because...

    The canary cry was used only at the end because it matched Dinah's character arc - overcoming the trauma caused by the death (perceived betrayal) of her mother. She didn't want to use it and was...
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    I saw BoP and rather enjoyed it. Certainly...

    I saw BoP and rather enjoyed it. Certainly superior to other efforts such as Man of Steel, Justice League or BvS. Not quite Wonder Woman level but still entertaining.
    Action scenes were well done...
  3. This episode was just sort of ... there. There...

    This episode was just sort of ... there.
    There were no revelations. No discernible character growth.
    There was a thing, it happened, the TARDIS moved on.
  4. Of course, the thing I'm forced to wonder about...

    Of course, the thing I'm forced to wonder about is...

    as shown in stories such as The Three Doctors, it takes a lot (even by Time Lord standards) of energy and jiggery-pokery for multiple...
  5. I just finished Fugitive of the Judoon. The...

    I just finished Fugitive of the Judoon.

    The Judoon still come across as budget/second tier Sontarans. They're an alien that the show is probably best off forgetting about.
    Nice to see Captain...
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    I just did a quick clean up of this thread. I...

    I just did a quick clean up of this thread.
    I deleted posts that did not meet the community standards (or quoted such posts).
    Some pretty disappointing stuff was posted, I have to say.
  7. Goran Visnjic is my pick at the moment. I get...

    Goran Visnjic is my pick at the moment.
    I get the feeling it'd get a lot of the mum viewers back, at very least.
  8. I'm just finding the idea of Adric being called...

    I'm just finding the idea of Adric being called smart ... interesting. Mathematical genius, at least in theory, but severely lacking in common sense and general usefulness.
    Then again, Tegan wasn't...
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    I just had to go through and delete some posts....

    I just had to go through and delete some posts.
    Some users chose to use terms that weren't exactly in good taste and were very poorly chosen.
    Said users are now being watched closely and need to...
  10. The problem is that the story structures are...

    The problem is that the story structures are completely different between the 60s and now.
    In the 1960s, for example, it was the norm that one story spanned 4 full episodes and that meant that there...
  11. Another thought occurred to me regarding the...

    Another thought occurred to me regarding the Tesla episode.
    So there's an alien ship that the Doctor wants to get out of Earth's atmosphere and we get the 'hook up the TARDIS and use the tower as a...
  12. I just finished watching the latest episode -...

    I just finished watching the latest episode - Tesla's Night of Terror.
    It was a marked improvement over the previous episode, though some of the same issues are present.

    There are still too many...
  13. I don't think it necessarily needs a hibernation...

    I don't think it necessarily needs a hibernation but it does need a creative team that have a clear vision and plan for the show.
    Last season seemed to be nothing but filler episodes and this season...
  14. Honestly, they have a plan they can adapt. The...

    Honestly, they have a plan they can adapt.
    The Cartmel Master Plan. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cartmel_Masterplan

    The Doctor needs to be unknown and enigmatic. Having visits to his childhood...
  15. Which is interesting as in terms of story...

    Which is interesting as in terms of story quality, I think the high point since the reboot was the Smith + Amy + Rory era.
  16. Basically every Dalek story was thematically...

    Basically every Dalek story was thematically about nazism and/or facism.
    Battlefield was blatantly about the dangers and idiocy of nuclear weapons.
    Survival was all about selfishness and how one's...
  17. The Sun Makers, for example, was about as blatant...

    The Sun Makers, for example, was about as blatant as you could be short of Tom Baker narrating the actual message while the episode played in the background.
    The Green Death had the Doctor literally...
  18. Seriously, it didn't. Classic Who, especially,...

    Seriously, it didn't. Classic Who, especially, was extremely blatant about getting a message across.
  19. I watched it last night and it was ... well,...

    I watched it last night and it was ... well, let's say pretty bad. Certainly not Fear Her bad but still not something the BBC should be proud of.
    NOT for the message at the end. That was fine. The...
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    I can't resist taking part in this one.
    Transformers: More Than Meets the Eye #34

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    Ultra Magnus: Duly Appointed Enforcer of the Tyrest Accord.
  21. I agree regarding the Master. He should be the...

    I agree regarding the Master.
    He should be the Doctor's opposite - wherein the Doctor is all about embracing life and loving what it offers (demonstrating this through emotion), the Master should be...
  22. I was keen when Jodie Whittaker was announced as...

    I was keen when Jodie Whittaker was announced as the new Doctor - she'd shown her formidable acting chops in shows such as Broadchurch and she obviously knows her trade.
    But this incarnation of the...
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    I'm really enjoying it and I have to agree with...

    I'm really enjoying it and I have to agree with the opinions you've expressed. The writing, for instance, really does seem to have nailed the character of Superman - his optimism, hope for humanity,...
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    The cloning/mind backup machine is definitely up...

    The cloning/mind backup machine is definitely up there.
    The I-Can-Go-Toe-To-Toe-with-Darkseid armour was ridiculous as well.
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    Because, tactically speaking, they were stuffed....

    Because, tactically speaking, they were stuffed.
    They were on a boat with essentially zero cover. Meanwhile, the Stormtroopers had plenty. The party also had nowhere to go, no room to manoeuvre and...
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