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Tsl

No...not really popular, but it has a cult following.

I used to worship Dr. Who. My favorite was the one guy, dunno his name. He had curly dark hair and wore a long coat with a really long scarf. He was silly, which is why I liked him best. Always munching jelly babies...always offering one to everybody, including enemies :p

And who could forget K9!?

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Huzzah! :D

[Edit: found his name. Tom Baker]

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GI_Admiral

NEver seen it, but heard a lot of good thigns bout it...((im not a tv person so probably ownt :p))

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Radioactive Isotope

i have a bunch of Dr. Who books in a bix somewhere. i never did get around to reading them.

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Andy

Slightly related:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/4380929.stm

hehe

Another problem for the police is that they no longer hold the rights to the design of the old boxes.

The Met launched a six-year battle with the BBC over the copyright of the boxes. But they lost.

The case ended in 2002 when the patent office ruled the public is more likely to associate the boxes with Doctor Who than they are with the police.

Such is the power of the Doctor.

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Tsl

Why didn't you tape it and send it to me?! :mad:

:p

No seriously....whyyy? :cry:

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Andy

i had to tape it so that i could watch it, and it taped really really badly. i could just about see what was going on most of the time. lol

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Andy

Heh, Christopher Eccleston has quit already. Only one episode has been shown so far. He doesn't want to be type-cast in the sci-fi genre. lol

So the hunt is on for a new Doctor Who. Again. :p

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Tsl

Dude's an idiot.

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Drake

I watched the season finale of Dr. Who last night. It was good! Dr. Who changed form at the end into a new actor, lol. It was a great episode.

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Andy

I saw a clip of The Doctor's regeneration, but I missed practically every episode in the series cos of stupid work! :mad:

Now I will wait for DVD box-set... later this year or something... Hmm

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Andy

Hurrah! I have the DVD boxset at last!

So now I have seen them all! :D

Annoying thing is I missed the Christmas Invasion episode, cos we had friends round. I presumed I could catch a repeat, but it turns out there isn't one. :|

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Andy

Another thing... I wonder why they decided to call it series one, when really it is series 27. :???:

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Drake

Craaaaap...I missed the Christmas episode too.

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Andy

Oh good, at least I wasn't the only one. :p

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Darth Paladin

I missed it and I missed it when it was replayed :mad: I HATE my parents.

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Andy

It was replayed!? :|

I checked the TV guide and BBCs site...

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Darth Paladin

It was I think it was New Years Eve, I was going to stay sober

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Andy

Aww poop.

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Andy

The 2005 series is currently being broadcast in the USA I believe.

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Tsl

Where!? When?! *cries* I only get one flippin' channel :wail:

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Andy

one channel? :|

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Tsl

yup :puppydogeyes:

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Andy

And I thought 4 was bad... :p

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