History Recap / DoctorWhoNSS3E4DaleksInManhattan

14th May '14 5:02:42 PM StFan
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Series/TheMuppetShow PIIIIIIIIIIGS IN MANHATTAAAAAAAAN!]]'']]

-> '''Foreman:''' These new bosses, who are they?\\
'''Diagoras:''' I think you can say they're from outta town.\\
'''Foreman:''' Italians?\\
'''Diagoras:''' [[{{Understatement}} Bit further than that.]]

The episode begins with an aerial shot of 1930s New York that zooms in on the local Revue. Showgirls prepare for a performance while Tallulah, a showgirl, makes out with her boyfriend, Laszlo. As she heads out to the stage, we see Laszlo hear oinking noises from down the corridor, luring him into a dark storeroom. He's ambushed by a pigman and the opening title rolls.

The TARDIS materialises beneath the Statue of Liberty. The Doctor and Martha walk out and take in the view of Manhattan, and Martha notes that the Empire State Building is still a work in progress. They find a newspaper and identify the date as 1st November 1930. The front cover also describes people going missing in the local Hooverville, leading the Doctor to investigate. Arriving in Central Park's Hooverville, the Doctor and Martha come across two people fighting over a loaf of bread. The fight is broken up by Solomon, the leader of the village. As if the symbolism wasn't obvious enough, [[JudgmentOfSolomon he breaks the loaf in half and divides it among the two people]]. The Doctor and Martha introduce themselves to Solomon, who describes the plight of the people there in Hooverville.

The scene cuts to the Empire State Building, where the construction is being managed by [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Mr Diagoras]], who is demanding that his workers go faster, despite the fact that they're on schedule and utterly exhausted. After a worker pleads for him to have pity, Diagoras directs him toward his masters from "out of town". As the elevator opens to reveal who they are, we see a Dalek flanked by two Pig Slaves. Diagoras explains how the worker is refusing to work any faster, causing the Dalek to order him taken away for "the Final Experiment" by the pigs.

As the worker is taken downstairs by the pigs, the Dalek speaks with Diagoras and tells him that the Empire State Building must be completed in time for the "Gamma Strike".

The scene cuts back to Hooverville. The Doctor asks Solomon about the disappearing people mentioned in the newspaper; he explains how people disappear during the night and that the police aren't interested so long as it's just homeless people. Mr Diagoras arrives in the village and offers work to the people there for a dollar a day that involves clearing out a collapsed tunnel in the sewers. Several people in the crowd, including the Doctor and Martha, volunteer.

Whilst exploring the sewers, Solomon explains to the Doctor how Diagoras was just another foreman until a couple of months ago, but now it seems he's running most of Manhattan. As they speak, the Doctor comes across a green blob on the ground. He takes a look, noting that it isn't human in origin, then realises that the group has gone a mile into the sewer already and there's no sign of any collapsed tunnel.

The scene cuts back to the construction site in the Empire State Building where Mr Diagoras tells his workers that they are to attach four panels, pieces of Dalek casing, to the mast of the building. Again, he demands that they work unreasonably fast. The workers say that they can't work at night for fear of losing their grip from the cold and falling to their deaths, but Diagoras simply threatens to fire them if they refuse. After the workers have climbed up to fasten the panels to the mast, the Dalek from earlier arrives to speak with Diagoras. Diagoras reassures the Dalek that the mast will be finished on schedule. As the two look out at Manhattan the Dalek notes that, despite its perceived weakness, humanity has succeeded in building so much. After the Dalek mentions losing its planet in a great war, Diagoras says he is a war veteran himself, how he swore he would survive, no matter what, and that he would claim the city no matter what it takes.

'''"YOU-THINK-LIKE-A-DA-LEK!"''' is the response of the Dalek, whom we learn in the next scene is Dalek Caan of the Cult of Skaro. The scene cuts down to a laboratory in the basement, attended by Pig Slaves working for the Cult of Skaro, who have arrived in 1930s New York after [[Recap/DoctorWhoNSS2E13Doomsday their Emergency Temporal Shift during the Battle of Canary Wharf]]. Dalek Sec orders Dalek Caan upstairs to bring Diagoras down to the basement. There, Diagoras attempts to thank Dalek Sec, but Sec orders him to cease talking and has the pig slaves take him away as he protests that he's on their side.

Doctor, Martha, Solomon and [[Creator/AndrewGarfield a worker called Frank]] continue their search until they find a pigman sitting in a corner sadly. The Doctor promises to help him, but more violent pigslaves chase them to the surface, all but Frank making it. They emerge from a manhole in the theatre and Tallulah holds them at gunpoint. But surprise, it's just a prop, and after she explains that Lazlo is one of the people who've disappeared. The Doctor rigs a DNA scanner for the green blob, Solomon goes back to Hooverville to organize a militia and Tallulah and Martha engage in girl talk. Martha reveals that she's attracted to the Doctor.

Finally we get back to the Daleks. Dalek Sec wants to combine his and Diagoras's DNA as part of the Final Experiment. The others protest this since humans are impure, but Sec points out that for all their impurity, there are millions of humans and only four Daleks left in existence. Dalek Sec's metal exterior opens up, and he absorbs a screaming Diagoras.

To his horror, the Doctor finds that the DNA from the blob is Dalek. As Tallulah goes on stage Martha sees a pigslave watching the performance from the shadows. She chases after it but a different pigslave captures her, so the Doctor and Tallulah go after her into the sewers. They find the pigslave who was watching Tallulah, who turns out to be Lazlo; he may be a pigman but he escaped before the Daleks were able to destroy his mind. Doctor and friends spy on the Daleks, who separate Martha and the other prisoners: stupid ones become pig slaves, smart ones are sent to the lab. Lazlo, concerned for her safety, tells Tallulah to go home, then he and the Doctor slip in line behind Martha unnoticed. Once in the lab, they witness the results of the Final Experiment: Dalek Sec has become a Dalek-Human hybrid. A new life form is born. ToBeContinued.

!!Tropes

* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
* AliensAreBastards:
-->'''Martha:''' You can't just experiment on people! It's insane! It's inhuman!\\
'''Dalek:''' We are ''not'' human.
* AllGaysLoveTheater: Tallulah uses "into musical theatre" as a euphemism. A bit of a weird euphemism for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Tallulah drops "Schmuck" and "Oy" in her chatter. Granted, it's New York City and she's in theater. Still...
* AppliedPhlebotinum: Dalektanium. Specifically, two plates of armor donated from the Daleks themselves, welded onto the spire.
* BiTheWay:
-->'''Martha:''' I'm so glad to see you!\\
'''The Doctor:''' Yeah, well, you can kiss me later. You too, Frank, if you want.\\
'''Frank:''' (smiles and shakes head in amusement)
* BigApplesauce
* BigNo: From the Doctor when Frank is taken by the pig-men.
* CallBack: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E8TheChase Not the first time]] we've seen Daleks in the Empire State Building.
* CaptainObvious:
-->'''Martha:''' They're following you.\\
'''The Doctor:''' Yeah, I'd noticed, thanks.
* ChorusGirls
* CloseKnitCommunity: The Hooverville.
* DumbBlonde: Subverted. Tallulah both looks and sounds the part, but she's far from naïve.
-->'''The Doctor:''' Tallulah, you're not safe down here.\\
'''Tallulah:''' ''Then that's my problem.''
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
* FetalPositionRebirth
* {{Foreshadowing}}
** Dalek Caan's quite un-Dalek-like thoughtful musings to Diagoras that humans are prospering while Daleks were almost wiped out. While it doesn't pay off in this story, it hints at what will happen with the character next series.
* HalfHumanHybrid: In the ending
* HeIsNotMyBoyfriend:
-->'''Martha:''' He's not... we're not... together.\\
'''Tallulah:''' Oh, come on! [[EveryoneCanSeeIt I've seen the way you look at him, it's obvious!]]\\
'''Martha:''' [[ObliviousToLove Not to him.]]
:: Tallulah responds by mistaking "ObliviousToLove" for "[[UnusualEuphemism into]] [[MistakenForGay musical theatre]]."
* HomemadeInventions: The Doctor's DNA scanner.
* JudgmentOfSolomon: Literally, which is definitely on purpose, given that Solomon is the leader of the Hooverville residents.
* JugglingLoadedGuns: Tallulah threatens Martha and the Doctor with a gun, and handles it in an appallingly cavalier way, waving it around and even briefly pointing it at her own head. The Doctor suggests she should maybe put it down, and she shrugs and tosses it aside. The Doctor and Martha both flinch--
-->'''Tallulah:''' Hunh? (''realizes she has the gun'') Oh, sure. (''tosses the gun to a chair'') Oh, c'mon. It's not real. It's just a prop. It was either that or a spear.
* LandmarkingTheHiddenBase: Who's building the Empire State Building? The Daleks. Don't say they never do anything for us.
* MeaningfulName: Solomon, community leader of the Hooverville.
* MistakenForGay: Tallulah assumes the Doctor's "into musical theatre".
* MyNaymeIs: "Tallulah, three Ls and an H."
* NeverTrustATrailer: Tallulah was originally seen in the preview pulling out a gun and demanding someone to hold their hands up. It's not a real gun and she turns out to be a pretty nice person.
* NewspaperDating
* NoPeripheralVision: One Dalek goes straight past within a few feet of the alcove where the Doctor and Tallulah are hiding and completely fails to notice them. Guess that's a downside to eyestalks.
* OminousLatinChanting: "'''THISISTHEFORMOFDALEKS'''!"
* PigMan
* PoliceAreUseless: Enough people have gone missing that it is on the front page of the newspapers, yet the police are nowhere to be seen. According to Solomon, they went to the police, but the cops don't care if "another deadbeat goes missing".
* RecklessGunUsage: Subverted. While threatening the Doctor and company, Tallulah waves her gun all over the place with little to no regard for where it's pointing; turns out it's a prop.
* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves: Mr. Diagoras gets to become Dalek Sec's body
* StandardSnippet: As per legal obligations, there's a snippet of ''Rhapsody in Blue'' when the Doctor and Martha arrive in New York.
* StealthPun: Daleks on an elevator. What do they say before flying?
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Tallulah ''definitely'' had ''nothing'' to do with the previous performer breaking her ankle.
* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Infamously, the ending was spoiled by featuring the human Daleks prominently on the cover of ''Radio Times'', apparently simply because it was just too awesome to pass up as a cover image.
* VillainousWidowsPeak: Diagoras sports one.
* WastelandElder
* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame: Subverted; Diagoras is one of the few people who takes "You think like a Dalek" as a compliment.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A foreman threatens a work stoppage to Mr. Diagoras because of the speed he demands they work at. For his trouble, he is kidnapped by Pig Slaves and presumably is converted into one of them or into a human Dalek.

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[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Daleks_In_Manhattan_967.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''[[Series/TheMuppetShow PIIIIIIIIIIGS IN MANHATTAAAAAAAAN!]]'']]

-> '''Foreman:''' These new bosses, who are they?\\
'''Diagoras:''' I think you can say they're from outta town.\\
'''Foreman:''' Italians?\\
'''Diagoras:''' [[{{Understatement}} Bit further than that.]]

The episode begins with an aerial shot of 1930s New York that zooms in on the local Revue. Showgirls prepare for a performance while Tallulah, a showgirl, makes out with her boyfriend, Laszlo. As she heads out to the stage, we see Laszlo hear oinking noises from down the corridor, luring him into a dark storeroom. He's ambushed by a pigman and the opening title rolls.

The TARDIS materialises beneath the Statue of Liberty. The Doctor and Martha walk out and take in the view of Manhattan, and Martha notes that the Empire State Building is still a work in progress. They find a newspaper and identify the date as 1st November 1930. The front cover also describes people going missing in the local Hooverville, leading the Doctor to investigate. Arriving in Central Park's Hooverville, the Doctor and Martha come across two people fighting over a loaf of bread. The fight is broken up by Solomon, the leader of the village. As if the symbolism wasn't obvious enough, [[JudgmentOfSolomon he breaks the loaf in half and divides it among the two people]]. The Doctor and Martha introduce themselves to Solomon, who describes the plight of the people there in Hooverville.

The scene cuts to the Empire State Building, where the construction is being managed by [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Mr Diagoras]], who is demanding that his workers go faster, despite the fact that they're on schedule and utterly exhausted. After a worker pleads for him to have pity, Diagoras directs him toward his masters from "out of town". As the elevator opens to reveal who they are, we see a Dalek flanked by two Pig Slaves. Diagoras explains how the worker is refusing to work any faster, causing the Dalek to order him taken away for "the Final Experiment" by the pigs.

As the worker is taken downstairs by the pigs, the Dalek speaks with Diagoras and tells him that the Empire State Building must be completed in time for the "Gamma Strike".

The scene cuts back to Hooverville. The Doctor asks Solomon about the disappearing people mentioned in the newspaper; he explains how people disappear during the night and that the police aren't interested so long as it's just homeless people. Mr Diagoras arrives in the village and offers work to the people there for a dollar a day that involves clearing out a collapsed tunnel in the sewers. Several people in the crowd, including the Doctor and Martha, volunteer.

Whilst exploring the sewers, Solomon explains to the Doctor how Diagoras was just another foreman until a couple of months ago, but now it seems he's running most of Manhattan. As they speak, the Doctor comes across a green blob on the ground. He takes a look, noting that it isn't human in origin, then realises that the group has gone a mile into the sewer already and there's no sign of any collapsed tunnel.

The scene cuts back to the construction site in the Empire State Building where Mr Diagoras tells his workers that they are to attach four panels, pieces of Dalek casing, to the mast of the building. Again, he demands that they work unreasonably fast. The workers say that they can't work at night for fear of losing their grip from the cold and falling to their deaths, but Diagoras simply threatens to fire them if they refuse. After the workers have climbed up to fasten the panels to the mast, the Dalek from earlier arrives to speak with Diagoras. Diagoras reassures the Dalek that the mast will be finished on schedule. As the two look out at Manhattan the Dalek notes that, despite its perceived weakness, humanity has succeeded in building so much. After the Dalek mentions losing its planet in a great war, Diagoras says he is a war veteran himself, how he swore he would survive, no matter what, and that he would claim the city no matter what it takes.

'''"YOU-THINK-LIKE-A-DA-LEK!"''' is the response of the Dalek, whom we learn in the next scene is Dalek Caan of the Cult of Skaro. The scene cuts down to a laboratory in the basement, attended by Pig Slaves working for the Cult of Skaro, who have arrived in 1930s New York after [[Recap/DoctorWhoNSS2E13Doomsday their Emergency Temporal Shift during the Battle of Canary Wharf]]. Dalek Sec orders Dalek Caan upstairs to bring Diagoras down to the basement. There, Diagoras attempts to thank Dalek Sec, but Sec orders him to cease talking and has the pig slaves take him away as he protests that he's on their side.

Doctor, Martha, Solomon and [[Creator/AndrewGarfield a worker called Frank]] continue their search until they find a pigman sitting in a corner sadly. The Doctor promises to help him, but more violent pigslaves chase them to the surface, all but Frank making it. They emerge from a manhole in the theatre and Tallulah holds them at gunpoint. But surprise, it's just a prop, and after she explains that Lazlo is one of the people who've disappeared. The Doctor rigs a DNA scanner for the green blob, Solomon goes back to Hooverville to organize a militia and Tallulah and Martha engage in girl talk. Martha reveals that she's attracted to the Doctor.

Finally we get back to the Daleks. Dalek Sec wants to combine his and Diagoras's DNA as part of the Final Experiment. The others protest this since humans are impure, but Sec points out that for all their impurity, there are millions of humans and only four Daleks left in existence. Dalek Sec's metal exterior opens up, and he absorbs a screaming Diagoras.

To his horror, the Doctor finds that the DNA from the blob is Dalek. As Tallulah goes on stage Martha sees a pigslave watching the performance from the shadows. She chases after it but a different pigslave captures her, so the Doctor and Tallulah go after her into the sewers. They find the pigslave who was watching Tallulah, who turns out to be Lazlo; he may be a pigman but he escaped before the Daleks were able to destroy his mind. Doctor and friends spy on the Daleks, who separate Martha and the other prisoners: stupid ones become pig slaves, smart ones are sent to the lab. Lazlo, concerned for her safety, tells Tallulah to go home, then he and the Doctor slip in line behind Martha unnoticed. Once in the lab, they witness the results of the Final Experiment: Dalek Sec has become a Dalek-Human hybrid. A new life form is born. ToBeContinued.

!!Tropes

* AbsurdlySpaciousSewer
* AliensAreBastards:
-->'''Martha:''' You can't just experiment on people! It's insane! It's inhuman!\\
'''Dalek:''' We are ''not'' human.
* AllGaysLoveTheater: Tallulah uses "into musical theatre" as a euphemism. A bit of a weird euphemism for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.
* AmbiguouslyJewish: Tallulah drops "Schmuck" and "Oy" in her chatter. Granted, it's New York City and she's in theater. Still...
* AppliedPhlebotinum: Dalektanium. Specifically, two plates of armor donated from the Daleks themselves, welded onto the spire.
* BiTheWay:
-->'''Martha:''' I'm so glad to see you!\\
'''The Doctor:''' Yeah, well, you can kiss me later. You too, Frank, if you want.\\
'''Frank:''' (smiles and shakes head in amusement)
* BigApplesauce
* BigNo: From the Doctor when Frank is taken by the pig-men.
* CallBack: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS2E8TheChase Not the first time]] we've seen Daleks in the Empire State Building.
* CaptainObvious:
-->'''Martha:''' They're following you.\\
'''The Doctor:''' Yeah, I'd noticed, thanks.
* ChorusGirls
* CloseKnitCommunity: The Hooverville.
* DumbBlonde: Subverted. Tallulah both looks and sounds the part, but she's far from naïve.
-->'''The Doctor:''' Tallulah, you're not safe down here.\\
'''Tallulah:''' ''Then that's my problem.''
* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin
* FetalPositionRebirth
* {{Foreshadowing}}
** Dalek Caan's quite un-Dalek-like thoughtful musings to Diagoras that humans are prospering while Daleks were almost wiped out. While it doesn't pay off in this story, it hints at what will happen with the character next series.
* HalfHumanHybrid: In the ending
* HeIsNotMyBoyfriend:
-->'''Martha:''' He's not... we're not... together.\\
'''Tallulah:''' Oh, come on! [[EveryoneCanSeeIt I've seen the way you look at him, it's obvious!]]\\
'''Martha:''' [[ObliviousToLove Not to him.]]
:: Tallulah responds by mistaking "ObliviousToLove" for "[[UnusualEuphemism into]] [[MistakenForGay musical theatre]]."
* HomemadeInventions: The Doctor's DNA scanner.
* JudgmentOfSolomon: Literally, which is definitely on purpose, given that Solomon is the leader of the Hooverville residents.
* JugglingLoadedGuns: Tallulah threatens Martha and the Doctor with a gun, and handles it in an appallingly cavalier way, waving it around and even briefly pointing it at her own head. The Doctor suggests she should maybe put it down, and she shrugs and tosses it aside. The Doctor and Martha both flinch--
-->'''Tallulah:''' Hunh? (''realizes she has the gun'') Oh, sure. (''tosses the gun to a chair'') Oh, c'mon. It's not real. It's just a prop. It was either that or a spear.
* LandmarkingTheHiddenBase: Who's building the Empire State Building? The Daleks. Don't say they never do anything for us.
* MeaningfulName: Solomon, community leader of the Hooverville.
* MistakenForGay: Tallulah assumes the Doctor's "into musical theatre".
* MyNaymeIs: "Tallulah, three Ls and an H."
* NeverTrustATrailer: Tallulah was originally seen in the preview pulling out a gun and demanding someone to hold their hands up. It's not a real gun and she turns out to be a pretty nice person.
* NewspaperDating
* NoPeripheralVision: One Dalek goes straight past within a few feet of the alcove where the Doctor and Tallulah are hiding and completely fails to notice them. Guess that's a downside to eyestalks.
* OminousLatinChanting: "'''THISISTHEFORMOFDALEKS'''!"
* PigMan
* PoliceAreUseless: Enough people have gone missing that it is on the front page of the newspapers, yet the police are nowhere to be seen. According to Solomon, they went to the police, but the cops don't care if "another deadbeat goes missing".
* RecklessGunUsage: Subverted. While threatening the Doctor and company, Tallulah waves her gun all over the place with little to no regard for where it's pointing; turns out it's a prop.
* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves: Mr. Diagoras gets to become Dalek Sec's body
* StandardSnippet: As per legal obligations, there's a snippet of ''Rhapsody in Blue'' when the Doctor and Martha arrive in New York.
* StealthPun: Daleks on an elevator. What do they say before flying?
* SuspiciouslySpecificDenial: Tallulah ''definitely'' had ''nothing'' to do with the previous performer breaking her ankle.
* TrailersAlwaysSpoil: Infamously, the ending was spoiled by featuring the human Daleks prominently on the cover of ''Radio Times'', apparently simply because it was just too awesome to pass up as a cover image.
* VillainousWidowsPeak: Diagoras sports one.
* WastelandElder
* YourApprovalFillsMeWithShame: Subverted; Diagoras is one of the few people who takes "You think like a Dalek" as a compliment.
* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: A foreman threatens a work stoppage to Mr. Diagoras because of the speed he demands they work at. For his trouble, he is kidnapped by Pig Slaves and presumably is converted into one of them or into a human Dalek.

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7th Apr '14 10:44:39 PM EKonoMai
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* {{Foreshadowing}}
** Dalek Caan's quite un-Dalek-like thoughtful musings to Diagoras that humans are prospering while Daleks were almost wiped out. While it doesn't pay off in this story, it hints at what will happen with the character next series.
28th Mar '14 9:41:53 AM nighttrainfm
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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[TheMuppetShow PIIIIIIIIIIGS IN MANHATTAAAAAAAAN!]]'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''[[TheMuppetShow [[caption-width-right:350:''[[Series/TheMuppetShow PIIIIIIIIIIGS IN MANHATTAAAAAAAAN!]]'']]
24th Mar '14 12:17:20 PM Silverblade2
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* {{Foreshadowing}}
** Dalek Caan's quite un-Dalek-like thoughtful musings to Diagoras that humans are prospering while Daleks were almost wiped out. While it doesn't pay off in this story, it hints at what will happen with the character next series.



* HarsherInHindsight: InUniverse, I doubt the Doctor would refer to the Statue of Liberty as his friend [[Recap/DoctorWhoS33E05TheAngelsTakeManhattan anymore]].
15th Jan '14 12:52:52 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* AllGaysLoveTheater: Tallulah uses "into musical theatre" as a euphemism. A bit of weird a euphemism to go with for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.

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* AllGaysLoveTheater: Tallulah uses "into musical theatre" as a euphemism. A bit of a weird a euphemism to go with for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.
15th Jan '14 12:52:31 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* AllGaysLoveTheater: Tallulah uses "musical theater" as a euphemism.

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* AllGaysLoveTheater: Tallulah uses "musical theater" "into musical theatre" as a euphemism. A bit of weird a euphemism to go with for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.



* MistakenForGay: Tallulah assumes the Doctor's "into musical theatre". A bit of weird a euphemism to go with for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.

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* MistakenForGay: Tallulah assumes the Doctor's "into musical theatre". A bit of weird a euphemism to go with for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.
15th Jan '14 12:51:23 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* MistakenForGay: Tallulah assumes the Doctor's "into musical theatre".

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* MistakenForGay: Tallulah assumes the Doctor's "into musical theatre". A bit of weird a euphemism to go with for someone who's own boyfriend actually is into musical theatre.
12th Jan '14 8:31:15 PM errantskies
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* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves: Mr. Diagoras gets to become Dalek Caan's body

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* RewardedAsATraitorDeserves: Mr. Diagoras gets to become Dalek Caan's Sec's body
5th Jan '14 8:16:49 PM LadySugarQuill
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** He's made into a Human Dalek. He's the one that speaks.

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** He's made into a Human Dalek. He's the one that speaks.
26th Dec '13 2:14:15 PM CDL
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* AmbiguouslyJewish: Tallulah drops "Schmuck" and "Oy" in her chatter. Granted, it's New York City and she's in theater. Still...
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