Still no Oscar. . Where to, miss? it h. Dammit, I had faith in light bulb for a second... Still no Oscar Where to miss? it h Dammit I had faith in light bulb for a second
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - kolpster
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(07/24/2013) [-]
Dammit, I had faith in light bulb for a second...
#5 - nigletfarmer
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(07/25/2013) [-]
i cant be he only one who thought of this
#6 to #5 - theturtletrolley
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Treasure planet was my favourite film as a kid, I must have watched it at least 5 times a week
Treasure planet was my favourite film as a kid, I must have watched it at least 5 times a week
#13 - mudkipfucker
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one day....
User avatar #20 to #13 - flutterdashrainbow
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one day he will win that Oscar externally
#21 to #20 - cookiecoketwo
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#18 to #13 - thascomrad
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#4 - poniesnstuff
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Bender got it.
User avatar #67 to #4 - ugoboom
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Thanks for reminding me of that fantastic episode
#2 - grandtheftkoala **User deleted account**
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#3 - ohokay
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No Oscar, but he's got spiral power and manly spirit aparently
No Oscar, but he's got spiral power and manly spirit aparently
#76 to #3 - kiermatv
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User avatar #7 to #3 - roflstorm
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Where have i seen this thing before.....?
User avatar #8 to #7 - mikepetru
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Gurren Lagann
#58 to #3 - afrogeist
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#14 - skaffanl
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Is that ship from the Fifth Element?
User avatar #19 to #14 - iwebby
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Nah, its from Doctor Who.

Love fitfh element tho
#43 to #14 - pseudonyms
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User avatar #17 to #14 - flusteredmoose
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Yeah, that's why it's on Doctor Who channel!
User avatar #15 to #14 - egosumproxi
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It's from one of the Doctor Who Christmas specials.
User avatar #24 to #15 - daentraya
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Are Christmas Specials just supposed to be stupider than normal episodes and parodying something? Cause that christmas carol was kinda cool in a stupid way
#31 to #24 - noodleofrassilon
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" A christmas Carol" was arguably the best episode to watch as a standalone, just really really great and magical. Felt like a real genuine Christmas Story set in the Whoniverse, gah it was one of my favorites.
User avatar #32 to #31 - daentraya
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I just like the doctor and the pretty flying fish. I decided that i wouldnt give a **** about logic when i saw the shark carriage. That was quite awesome. Flying frikken sharks, cant argue with that
#33 to #32 - noodleofrassilon
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I like how Moffat stopped pretending the show was Hard Science fiction ( which it hasn't been great at since RTD) and started making the sci-fantasy thing work for him.
It's a lot better than way, in my opinion.
User avatar #34 to #33 - daentraya
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If you cant work with any logical plot worth ****, might as well go for the cozy fairytale style and have flying sharks. Star Trek and Star Gate are for all logical plots and no fun, whereas Dr. Who is like a silly younger brother is the sci fi genre. That's mighty fine and all, except when the stupidity levels gets too high and even the internal logics fail and the plot collapses on itself under a big heap of stupid
User avatar #35 to #34 - egosumproxi
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Doctor Who is more like an eccentric uncle to the sci-fi genre, since it is older than most sci-fi...
User avatar #39 to #35 - daentraya
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I just see it as a little kid being all 'look at me i can be scifi and plot and stuff' and runs around the room with silly toys. But seeing an old man being all silly works too
#36 to #34 - noodleofrassilon
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The show has gone on too long to maintain consistent rules of time travel stuff.
Seriously, too much creative ambition from too many showrunners, it's impossible
And I don't see any plots collapsing in on themselves?
the "The Silence " arc is being wrapped up this year and we're getting a whole new story arc for the next Doctor. ( possibly his journey to becoming the Valeyard )
And Doctor Who has never been a perpetrator of "stupid".
Ridiculous? Yeah. Outlandish? you bet. But it has always maintained great storytelling no matter what. Even the worst episodes of Doctor Who are still better than most other television shows because of the core elements in the show.
User avatar #38 to #36 - daentraya
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I have a different opinion about this show, and i dont think it's as great as it's hyped up to be. That's my opinion, and that's just how it is.
That episode with the for-some-reason cat lady doctors and their bodies used for vaccines? I can follow that far, as using braindead but alive bodies to save lives is good, and cat ladies is the sanest of their frikken aliens. But then they are all alive and can talk, despite being grown bodies, and walk, despite never having walked before, and all the diseases in the world or universe or whatever was cured with a mixture of brightly colored medicine, and instantly came back to health? This is excluding that 'moistorise me' flying sentient being who has a brain in a jar and can talk despite having no frikken lungs. This is just one episode. The alien and robot designs in general is ridiculous and looks like they were made by 9 year olds. The angels made no sense, altho the concept was interesting. The 'a picture of them itself becomes an angel' is stupid. The episode about the sentient sun had an odd idea behind it, but the hues ruined everything by making it ugly as ****. And let's see, what else have i watched.. The episode where theres smog feeding frikken crabs? Interesting idea and absolutely terrible execution that took any interest in what could have been a Douglas Adams style ridiculous story, and kinda screwed that over. I havent watched many of the episodes so anything i have to say about it should be kept to a confined area of 'what i have watched' and not the whole show, altho i doubt other episodes are any better. Oh, the speech witches and play thing? Pffth, the **** man..
This is why I prefer shows like Star Trek. Its rare that i question the logic, and it has Data in it. It just bothers me that the captain is all cool about everything, and takes an infinite number of spawning enterprises as everyday work
User avatar #56 to #38 - egosumproxi
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You seem to have watched a fair bit of it for something that aggravates your sensibilities...
User avatar #63 to #56 - daentraya
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I like the Doctor.
That's really all the reason i have. David Tennant and whoever played the doctor after him are just doing a gorgeous work. It's something that Star Trek doesnt have at all. The closest thing was Q, and he was only in a few episodes
#41 to #38 - noodleofrassilon
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And also remember that this is the year 5 billion so things are completely different from what you would understand ever, doctor who just makes it relatable with easy to identify stuff.
Imagine how ridiculous and magical our computers would look to someone from the 400
#40 to #38 - noodleofrassilon
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I recommend watching some classic Doctor Who
Douglas Adams had a huge influence on the 4th Doctor Era, even writing some of the episodes.
Classic Doctor Who is a lot more grounded and realistic.
New Who isn't really science fiction, it's fantasy with science elements.
Too each their own, but just remember it's not really trying to be exclusively science fiction... so don't judge it like it is.
#55 - mostcertainlynotop
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So much want!
#57 to #55 - vanoreo
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#59 to #55 - certifiedidiot
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If the captain of the ship was a living constellation, I don't think I could find anywhere else I'd want to be.
#27 - anomsssssss
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mother ****** rammed my TARDIS!
#12 - pottslande
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#16 to #12 - sofarsogoodsowhat
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My thoughts exactly
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User avatar #26 to #22 - Awesomecarrot
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It's a game for PC. Douglas Adams came up with the idea. It's a sort
of point and click adventure/puzzle game with clever AI that can sort of
respond to you when you type stuff to them.
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User avatar #29 to #28 - Awesomecarrot
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Yeah I know, I was surprised as well.
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