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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:45 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:what's the date the season re-starts?...they split the thing in two this year...best it's ever been. thumbs up

Torchwood Is Crap,

Even Though It Had A Good Premise...

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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:51 pm

Sod-Haus...!!! wrote:
Billy Ruben wrote:what's the date the season re-starts?...they split the thing in two this year...best it's ever been. thumbs up

Torchwood Is Crap,

Even Though It Had A Good Premise...

Nobody Dies...!!!




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Errr Sod,I asked a simple question,when does this years split season of Doctor Who re-commence.

Does your mind wonder off in BiCurious like mine does,about Captain Jack,come on,get with it...I was'nt talking about Torchwo rolf od...

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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sun Aug 14, 2011 6:57 pm

It's A Good Programme,

But It's Basically For Kids, To Make Them Feel Empowered,

And A Hero Figure Can Save Them...

Although The Hero Figure Is A Bumbling Idiot....

But Thats England For You...

The Next Dr Who Episode Airs On September 11...


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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Aug 14, 2011 7:10 pm

Sod-Haus...!!! wrote:It's A Good Programme,

But It's Basically For Kids, To Make Them Feel Empowered,

And A Hero Figure Can Save Them...

Although The Hero Figure Is A Bumbling Idiot....

But Thats England For You...

The Next Dr Who Episode Airs On September 11...


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on 9/11...hmmmm,thanks their Sod.

"It's basically for children",Sod,are you coking today?It's near soft-porn with very vivid violence.

That last episode,where Captain Jack sacrifices his own son,to rid the alien thing,yes,they are bumbling idiots,I would never hire broken and headstrong characters like Owen...who did well in the end...BUT...Tosh was the only decent one there,liked her.Smartest one in the group too.

There's a bit of biblical prophesy here and there,I notice,the characters are terrorfied there might be something to it...as we all would,the episode,with Abaddon,I'll get in to it soon and give points for my suggestion.

I heard they might bring Torchwood back,can't see it though,Tennant's gone...Matt Smith is a clear severance from what has happened before.

Thanks for answering the question too,Ezytv has'nt mentioned it yet..

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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sun Aug 14, 2011 7:28 pm

Billy Ruben wrote:
Sod-Haus...!!! wrote:It's A Good Programme,

But It's Basically For Kids, To Make Them Feel Empowered,

And A Hero Figure Can Save Them...

Although The Hero Figure Is A Bumbling Idiot....

But Thats England For You...

The Next Dr Who Episode Airs On September 11...


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on 9/11...hmmmm,thanks their Sod.

"It's basically for children",Sod,are you coking today?It's near soft-porn with very vivid violence.

That last episode,where Captain Jack sacrifices his own son,to rid the alien thing,yes,they are bumbling idiots,I would never hire broken and headstrong characters like Owen...who did well in the end...BUT...Tosh was the only decent one there,liked her.Smartest one in the group too.

There's a bit of biblical prophesy here and there,I notice,the characters are terrorfied there might be something to it...as we all would,the episode,with Abaddon,I'll get in to it soon and give points for my suggestion.

I heard they might bring Torchwood back,can't see it though,Tennant's gone...Matt Smith is a clear severance from what has happened before.

Thanks for answering the question too,Ezytv has'nt mentioned it yet..

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Personally, I Reckon They Got A Bit Off The Stuff,

But They Are Basically A Bit Like Iron Maiden...

They Shout Loudest But They are Clueless...

I Met Folks Like Tat This Weekend...

But I Wished I Hadn't...!!!

Basically Because I Have A Pacifist Attitude...

And I Don't Want To Hurt People. Even In Self Defence...

But I Will Antogonise People To Violence,

And See Where It Goes...!!!




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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Aug 14, 2011 8:27 pm

Personally, I Reckon They Got A Bit Off The Stuff,

But They Are Basically A Bit Like Iron Maiden...

They Shout Loudest But They are Clueless...

I Met Folks Like Tat This Weekend...

But I Wished I Hadn't...!!!

Basically Because I Have A Pacifist Attitude...

And I Don't Want To Hurt People. Even In Self Defence...

But I Will Antogonise People To Violence,

And See Where It Goes...!!!


Sod says:
And I Don't Want To Hurt People. Even In Self Defence...

But I Will Antogonise People To Violence,

and that's the exact reason I hate you at times...you don't like violence but happy to shit stir it...don't ever play with me like that again.
There's your warning..and I mean it.And don't play others against each other,you got a beef,come out with it...try honesty for once,you might gain respect.

Iron Maiden sucked arse...when that shit video came out I think,1979,Run to the Hills and Number of the Beast,ptuyey...(spits on the ground)
back then,Kate Bush,Gary Numan,always loathed and hated Heavy Metal,American commercial crap...Mostly English in style.

When the VHS VCR was released late 70's,Iron Maiden was the very first video I seen for sale,in Betamax and VHS...
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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Aug 14, 2011 8:35 pm

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Post  Billy Ruben on Sun Aug 14, 2011 9:18 pm

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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sat Oct 01, 2011 6:40 pm

Right, I Just Got Back From A Huge Drinking Session...

And Am Going To Watch The Last Dr Who Episode...

Where He Is Supposed To Die...

My Guess Is That It's His Avater That Dies...

But If The Doctor Does Really Die...

Time Is Not Linear, So It Doesn't Really Matter...!!!

They Got A Christmas Special Lined Up Anyways....

So There Must Be A Plot Get Out Clause...!!!


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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sat Oct 01, 2011 7:49 pm

Well That Left Me A Bit Confuzzled...!!!

But As Much As I Like Matt Smith As Dr Who,

He Should Get Out Now...!!!

Or After The Christmas Special...

12 Episodes Is All It Takes To Make A Classic...

And Matt Smith Is A Classic Dr Who...

I Think They Should Shelve Dr Who Until 2018...

Matt Smith Should Replace Benedict Cumberbatch As Sherlock Holmes...

Infact Make Matt Smith All The Iconic Heroes Of British Literature...

Darcy, Heathcliff, Edward Fairfax Rochester, Pip,Black Him Up And Make Him Othello...

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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:04 pm

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I'm queer.
I'm gay.
I'm homosexual.
I'm a poof, I'm a poofter, I'm a ponce.
I'm a bumboy, batty-boy, backside artist, bugger.
I'm bent.
I am that arse bandit.
I lift those shirts.
I'm a faggot-ass, fudge-packing, shit-stabbing uphill gardener.
I dine at the downstairs restaurant, I dance at the other end of the ballroom.
I'm Moses and the parting of the red cheeks.
I fuck and I am fucked.
I suck and I am sucked.
I rim them and wank them, and every single man's had the fucking time of his life.
And I am not a pervert.
If there's one twisted bastard in this family, it's this little blackmailer here.
So congratulations, Thomas. I've just officially outed you.
Oh, and one more thing: did I mention I've got a baby?

Or Maybe Moffat Didn't Consult The Theosaurus In His Sloppy Writing Of Dr Who...!!!

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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sat Oct 01, 2011 8:21 pm

Infact This Has Been Used For Years...!!!

You Just Tone Down Unacceptable Behaviour,

Make It Pallatable For The Masses...

And There You Go...!!!

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Post  Ciggy on Sat Oct 01, 2011 10:22 pm

Sod-Haus...!!! wrote:Well That Left Me A Bit Confuzzled...!!!

But As Much As I Like Matt Smith As Dr Who,

He Should Get Out Now...!!!

Or After The Christmas Special...

12 Episodes Is All It Takes To Make A Classic...

And Matt Smith Is A Classic Dr Who...

I Think They Should Shelve Dr Who Until 2018...

Matt Smith Should Replace Benedict Cumberbatch As Sherlock Holmes...

Infact Make Matt Smith All The Iconic Heroes Of British Literature...

Darcy, Heathcliff, Edward Fairfax Rochester, Pip,Black Him Up And Make Him Othello...

The Bloke Is Too Good To Be Typecaste...!!![




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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sun Oct 02, 2011 1:17 am

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He'd be blacked up to play Heathcliff as well, according to my niece, who's read such Blighty chick-lit. whistle

All Those Years Wasted, Dissecting And Discussing Classical Literature,

The Morals And Nuances Of Edwardian Society,

And The Weirdness/Social Benefits, Of Keeping Your Mad Wife Locked Up In The Attic,

Is Hardly Comparable With Gossiping About Brigit Jones Dairy, Or An Episode Of Freinds...!!!

Is It...???


Did You Hear That Sound...???

Like A Penny Dropping...???

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Post  Sod-Haus...!!! on Sun Oct 02, 2011 2:02 am

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He'd be blacked up to play Heathcliff as well, according to my niece, who's read such Blighty chick-lit. whistle

There Was A Girl,

That Used To Sit On The Back Of The School Bus,

She Always Had Her Head Buried In Tess Of The D'Urbervilles Novel,

The Height Of Sophistication In My Eyes...

She Was Up The Pub The Other Night, Drinking Pints Of Cider....

Funny That...!!!

(The Perception You Have Of People,

It Was A Bit Like What I Imagine As Seeing The Queen Sitting On The Loo

Not That I Spend Any Amount Of Time Daydreaming About The Monarchy On The Throne...

Apart From That Breif Moment Back Then...!!!)


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Post  Ciggy on Sun Oct 02, 2011 5:38 am

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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Sun Dec 25, 2011 11:46 am

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Helen Mirren Wants To Be 'Doctor Who'?

The veteran actress expresses her interest in playing the last of the Time Lords.

While speaking with The Daily Star, Helen Mirren had some interesting comments about "Doctor Who," the long running BBC series which will celebrate its 50th Anniversary in 2013.

“I would like to play the new female Doctor Who," said Mirren.

"I don’t want to just be his sidekick.”

During the Neil Gaiman scripted episode "The Doctor's Wife," it was established that a Time Lord named The Corsair became a woman (or a Time Lady) during some of his regenerations. And if The Corsair could do it, then it could potentially happen to The Doctor as well.

There are also ongoing rumors that the upcoming seventh season of the revived "Doctor Who" will be the last for the current Doctor, Matt Smith.
The sixth season finale set up a future storyline based around an event called "The Fall of the Eleventh;" which suggests that it's an early setup for what could be Smith's final story in the iconic role.
The Doctor's companions Amy Pond (Karen Gillian) and Rory Williams (Arthur Darvill) are already slated to leave the series sometime in the next season; which only adds fuel to the rumors about Smith.

http://www.craveonline.com/tv/articles/180239-helen-mirren-wants-to-be-doctor-who


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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Sun Dec 25, 2011 7:49 pm

Doctor Who “The Doctor, The Widow And The Wardrobe”



Spoiler...

Spoiler:
THE ONE WHERE: As World War Two rages, the Doctor attempts to give grieving Madge Arwell and her children the Christmas of their dreams. But some dreams conceal the strangest things…

VERDICT: Moffat dials down the time-scrambling maziness that’s so characterised the last 12 months of Doctor Who, delivering a sweeter, less frenetic tale that aims squarely for the heart, not the flipchart.

In many ways it feels like a return to the children’s storybook vibe of “The Eleventh Hour”, though there’s the chill of Joan Aiken beneath the cosy Enid Blyton dressing: the image of the wooden king and queen, waiting in a silent, snow-encrusted lighthouse on the edge of a whispering winter forest, feels torn from folklore, like a story you’ve always known but had somehow forgotten…

Yes, there’s a palpable lack of a proper, crowdpleasing villain (interesting experiment, but maybe not ideal for Christmas Day, which surely demands a baddie to lob your mixed nuts and raisins at) and Bill Bailey and Arabella Weir’s Douglas Adams-y forest rangers feel like bolt-on comic relief.
But newcomer director Farren Blackburn brings style to spare, conjuring a 1940s rich in period atmosphere and dripping with People’s Friend nostalgia, all home-knits, rainy lanes and hazy streetlamps.
He also has a fine eye for the evocative visual: whether it be a Lancaster Bomber soaring into the time vortex or Halo-style armoured warriors walking the snows of a Narniaesque forest, this is, ultimately, an episode that trades in the kind of brilliant, reality-mashing juxtapositions that feel uniquely and unmistakably Doctor Who.

STAR TURN: Matt Smith is outstanding, whether dishing out magic in cranked-up Willy Wonka mode (“Hot, cold… and lemonade!”), brought to heel like a sulky teen by Madge (“Yes, mum, I’ll think about it…”) or offering a glimpse of a spookier, altogether more ancient figure, possessed of dark and depthless knowledge (“Do you know the difference between the wind and trees talking to each other?”).
His final smile is beautifully played, exploding like a Christmas epiphany.

FAB FX: Some seriously impressive starship action as the tale begins, as though Doctor Who is out to finally settle a decades-long grudge against George Lucas.
It’s an episode conspicuously front-loaded with dazzle, though – some later FX sequences clearly have less time and money on their side.

INSPIRATIONS: C S Lewis’ Narnia tales, obviously – though with rather less religious agenda clouting you around the noggin. The pre-titles sequence is a clear homage to the generation-defining opening of Star Wars while Madge at the controls of the Androzani Harvester recalls Ripley’s showstopping, Power Loader-assisted rescue at the end of Aliens.
The creaking, unnervingly impassive wooden king echoes Harryhausen’s immortal creation Talos the bronze colossus in Jason And The Argonauts (or, if you’re a real Harryhausen nerd the living ship’s figurehead from The Golden Voyage Of Sinbad – Harryhausen geek site editor).

DID YOU SPOT? Two fan-tickling shout-outs to the Peter Davison era. Androzani Major is the sister planet of Androzani Minor, the mud-splashed hellhole that ended the Fifth Doctor’s exploits in 1984’s “The Caves Of Androzani”.
And, more obscurely, we’d like to believe that the reference to the Magna Carta is a loving nod to a key plot point in ‘83’s history-meddling romp “The King’s Demons”…

TRIVIA: The Doctor’s house very nearly contained a “ghost story cellar” and “quantum wi-fi” – only for him to realise that there was no internet in the 1940s…

TRIVIA 2: Reg is played by Alexander Armstrong, who also provided the voice of deadpan supercomputer Mr Smith in The Sarah Jane Adventures.

HMMM: “Humany-wumany” may just be a catchphrasey-wasey too far.
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BEST LINES:
Lily: “Why would you rewire a wardrobe?”
The Doctor: “Have you seen the way I dress?”

It Was Very Good,
With References To The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe.

An Eco Freindly Theme,

Christmas Of Course....

And Spitfires And WW2...

It Did Lack Big Stars And A Villian.... (A Necessary Ingredient Of Christmas Pantomime)

And There Were Some Genuine Tear Jerking Moments Of Sentimentality In It...

But Basically It Is A Twee British Tradition...Aimed At Kids And Families...

Matt Smith Get Out Now...

I Loved It....

But They Put The Watchmen On Later....

And That Blows Most Sci-Fi Out Of The Water....

It's Based On A Graphic Novel (Comic) By Alan Moore...

And That Really Shows How Good A Comic Can Be If You Have Got Artistic Credibility, Hollywood Backing And A Huge Budget....

Most Of The Comic Book Feature Films Recently Have Failed Because The Directors Were Not Fans Of The Comic...

Batman, Judge Dredd etc....

Dr Who Was Never A Comic Though...It Was A Creation Of Terry Nation,

A Pulp Fiction Writer....

300, Watchmen,V For Vendetta... etc.... Do Stay Very Faithful To The Comics...

It's Not Such An Obscure Subject Or It Wouldn't Have Been On The Telly At Christmas....

I Would Love To See Grant Morrisons Invisibles As A Major Film....

Not So Far Fetched As Neil Gaiman Has Done Dr Who...!!!


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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Sun Dec 25, 2011 9:47 pm

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Had A Kate Bush Look To Her...





But I Suppose It Was A Time When The Nearest You Got To Porn Was The Bra And Pants Section In The Kays Catalogue...

I Used To Spend Hours Studying Anatomy And Physiology As A Teenager...(By Tracing The Underwear Models In The Catalogues)

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Post  McKallisti Of The Sods on Tue Feb 28, 2012 10:59 am

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Benedict Cumberbatch to play Doctor Who's nemesis The Master?

Sherlock star rumoured for show's classic villain role




"It's fitting that the Doctor comes face to face with his ultimate enemy The Master for the 50th anniversary and it's felt Benedict is the perfect choice if schedules can work.
Fans will love the idea of the man who plays Sherlock Holmes taking on the Doctor."

http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/304650/Sherlock-Holmes-to-take-on-Doctor-Who-




Dr Who Magazine has previously called The Master a "Moriarty to the Doctor's Holmes", an ironic reference if the reports about Cumberbatch joining the show prove to be true.


Matt Smith Should Get Out Now,

He Is Just As Good As Cumberbatch...

And Could Have Done Sherlock Holmes, Just As Well...

But His Role As The Doctor His Tying Him Down A Bit...

Stephen Moffat Has To Make 12 Doctor Who Episodes A Season,

Wher'as He Only Has To Make 6 Sherlock Holmes...

And The Quality Shows...

Matt Smith Better Watch Out Because Cumberbatch Star Is Rising Fast...He's Just Got A Role In The New Star Trek Film...

Cumberbatch Would Make An Excellent Dr Who Though If He Played It More Dark...!!!

But I Think They Always Have To Make It Quirky, Because It's Aimed At Kids...!!!


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Post  Billy Ruben on Fri May 24, 2013 8:48 pm

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This...

I mean it WAS a good thread,until he trolled his own.

And the Fag Fu witin Troll Fu raises it's ugly head.

Sometimes,I come back to Sodlike,have a read of some memorable moments

and this...This,always happens,Gets bored of own work,has a gay moment and ruins it.

Hand on Daleks weapon.

Is it lonely on that barge at night,waiting for UFO's ?

Do you fantasise about anal probes and dalek fisting to get off.

We all have "Our Thang" I spose.

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