History Headscratchers / DoctorWhoSeries7

14th May '18 11:31:50 PM Tuomas
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* You know the ironic thing about "The Snowmen"? In the Great Intelligence's first appearance, he controlled a race of robotic yetis; "Abominable Snowmen," anyone?
14th May '18 11:31:03 PM Tuomas
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* Can anyone else hear the Master's drumbeat when the Doctor goes especially off the deep end in this episode?
14th May '18 11:29:27 PM Tuomas
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*** The Doctor brings this up in the series eight premiere, looks like it's going to become a larger plot point. [[spoiler: It seems at this point is was Missy, the creepy woman in "Paradise" in series eight who calls the Doctor her boyfriend.]]

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*** ** The Doctor brings this up in the series eight premiere, looks like it's going to become a larger plot point. [[spoiler: It seems at this point is was Missy, the creepy woman in "Paradise" in series eight who calls the Doctor her boyfriend.]]
14th May '18 11:28:54 PM Tuomas
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** It wasn't established he wasn't there, just that Clara didn't see him there. He could go back in time and, for example, just peak from behind a corner or use a hidden camera to find out who gave the number to Clara without her noticing him, thus avoiding any paradox.
7th Apr '18 8:32:39 PM DoctorNemesis
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** Plus, while none of those may have been particularly nice, the point the Great Intelligence isn't making the case that the Doctor's an evil kitten murderer who only preys on the innocent. He's making the case that the Doctor has a pronounced tendency to solve his problems by eradicating large numbers of sentient beings and thus has a lot of blood on his hands, not that any of these beings were necessarily innocent.

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** Plus, while none of those may have been particularly nice, the point the Great Intelligence is making isn't making the case that the Doctor's an evil kitten murderer who only preys on the innocent. He's making the case that the Doctor has a pronounced tendency to solve his problems by eradicating large numbers of sentient beings and thus has a lot of blood on his hands, not that any of these beings were necessarily innocent.
7th Oct '17 5:58:28 PM Sharlee
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*** The Doctor passed it off as an actual wardrobe that he'd painted to look like a police box. Which was actually one of the more plausible things he'd said so far, so Madge just hand-waves it.
7th Oct '17 5:56:02 PM Sharlee
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*** He called himself that when he first welcomed them to the house, along with that crack about how "Get off our planet" probably isn't ''technically'' a name.
7th Oct '17 5:53:33 PM Sharlee
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*** Being carried along after swallowing the TARDIS whole didn't harm the giant ''T. rex'' from "Deep Breath", even though the Doctor didn't even realize she ''had'' swallowed it. Possibly he adjusted it to produce an extended air-shell when necessary after seeing what the unshielded Vortex did to Salamander, knowing that next time it might not be a villain who fell victim to such a fate?

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*** Being carried along after swallowing the TARDIS whole didn't harm the giant ''T. rex'' from "Deep Breath", even though the Doctor didn't even realize she ''had'' swallowed it. Possibly he adjusted it enabled Sexy to produce an extended air-shell when necessary after seeing what the unshielded Vortex did to Salamander, knowing that next time it might not be a villain who fell victim to such a fate?
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7th Oct '17 5:52:35 PM Sharlee
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*** Being carried along after swallowing the TARDIS whole didn't harm the giant ''T. rex'' from "Deep Breath", even though the Doctor didn't even realize she ''had'' swallowed it. Possibly he adjusted it to produce an extended air-shell when necessary after seeing what the unshielded Vortex did to Salamander, knowing that next time it might not be a villain who fell victim to such a fate?
15th May '17 5:54:24 PM AthenaBlue
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* [[Headscratchers/DoctorWhoS33ShortClaraAndTheTardis "Clara and the TARDIS"]]
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