History Recap / DoctorWhoS3E10TheWarMachines

5th Aug '17 11:14:09 AM ClintEastwood
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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: The Post Office Tower had recently been built.

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* RippedFromTheHeadlines: The story focuses on the newly-built and cutting-edge technology of the Post Office Tower had recently been built.Tower, as well as theoretical new concepts like computers all over the world linked together via telephone lines (which of course is presented as the computer ringing people up to talk to them with words).
28th Jul '17 6:28:22 PM ClintEastwood
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[AC:"Doctor Who is required- What? His name ''isn't'' 'Doctor Who'? Well, it's too late to remind me ''now!'' We already used up all the retakes the studio is allowing!"]] [[note]] Early ''DW'' was mostly shot live in one go because retakes were difficult to manage back in TheSixties. Hence a lot of identifiable production errors, like misread lines, especially from William Hartnell (in his case, nicknamed "Billy fluffs"). [[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[AC:"Doctor Who is required- What? His name ''isn't'' 'Doctor Who'? Well, it's too late to remind me ''now!'' We already used up all the retakes the studio is allowing!"]] [[note]] Early ''DW'' was mostly shot live in one go because retakes were difficult to manage back in TheSixties. Hence a lot of identifiable production errors, like misread lines, especially from William Hartnell Creator/WilliamHartnell (in his case, nicknamed "Billy fluffs"). [[/note]]]]



* YouShallNotPass: Episode 3 ends with the Doctor defiantly standing his ground as a War Machine advances toward him.

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* YouShallNotPass: Episode 3 ends with a war machine bearing down on the army and random civilian director-type-people. They all turn and run for cover, but the Doctor defiantly standing stands his ground as a War Machine advances toward him.
ground.
2nd Jul '17 3:17:26 AM Maddoxsort
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[AC:"Doctor Who is required- What? His name ''isn't'' 'Doctor Who'? Well, it's too late to remind me ''NOW!'' We already used up all the retakes the studio is allowing!"]] [[note]] Early ''DW'' was mostly shot live in one go because retakes were difficult to manage back in TheSixties. Hence a lot of identifiable production errors, like misread lines, especially from William Hartnell (in his case, nicknamed "Billy fluffs"). [[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[AC:"Doctor Who is required- What? His name ''isn't'' 'Doctor Who'? Well, it's too late to remind me ''NOW!'' ''now!'' We already used up all the retakes the studio is allowing!"]] [[note]] Early ''DW'' was mostly shot live in one go because retakes were difficult to manage back in TheSixties. Hence a lot of identifiable production errors, like misread lines, especially from William Hartnell (in his case, nicknamed "Billy fluffs"). [[/note]]]]
2nd Jul '17 3:16:54 AM Maddoxsort
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[[caption-width-right:350:[[AC:"Doctor Who is required- What? His name ''isn't'' 'Doctor Who'? Well, it's too late to remind me- we already used up all the retakes the studio is allowing!"]] [[note]] Early ''DW'' was mostly shot live in one go because retakes were difficult to manage back in TheSixties. Hence a lot of identifiable production errors, like misread lines, especially from William Hartnell (in his case, nicknamed "Billy fluffs"). [[/note]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:[[AC:"Doctor Who is required- What? His name ''isn't'' 'Doctor Who'? Well, it's too late to remind me- we me ''NOW!'' We already used up all the retakes the studio is allowing!"]] [[note]] Early ''DW'' was mostly shot live in one go because retakes were difficult to manage back in TheSixties. Hence a lot of identifiable production errors, like misread lines, especially from William Hartnell (in his case, nicknamed "Billy fluffs"). [[/note]]]]
12th Jun '17 11:37:28 PM scooter
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* PutOnABus: Once Dodo is freed from WOTAN's influence, she's removed from the plot. In the second episode.

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* PutOnABus: Once Dodo is freed from WOTAN's influence, she's removed from the plot. In the second episode. And in the most perfunctory way possible: the camera just pans right off her onto the Doctor in mid-scene, and she's never seen again; her decision not to return is briefly described second-hand several episodes later.
9th May '17 8:56:48 PM bowserbros
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The one where he actually is "Doctor Who".
16th Mar '17 11:47:48 AM ThunderingTyphoons
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Dodo, having been hypnotized by WOTAN, decides she's had enough adventure. Since she's back in her own time, she decides to stay there. In one of the lamest departure sequences for any companion, she [[DroppedABridgeOnHim isn't seen after episode two and says goodbye to the Doctor in episode four via a note, delivered by Polly]]. The Doctor leaves, but not before Professor Brett's secretary Polly and able seaman Ben Jackson enter the TARDIS while trying to return a missing TARDIS key to the Doctor.

[[http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x2kf61_greendude33_season-3-the-war-machines-027/1#video=xysr9h Watch it here.]]

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Dodo, having been hypnotized hypnotised by WOTAN, decides she's had enough adventure. Since she's back in her own time, she decides to stay there. In one of the lamest departure sequences for any companion, she [[DroppedABridgeOnHim isn't seen after episode two and says goodbye to the Doctor in episode four via a note, delivered by Polly]]. The Doctor leaves, but not before Professor Brett's secretary Polly and able seaman Ben Jackson enter the TARDIS while trying to return a missing TARDIS key to the Doctor.

[[http://www.dailymotion.com/playlist/x2kf61_greendude33_season-3-the-war-machines-027/1#video=xysr9h Watch it here.]]
Doctor.
15th Mar '17 11:12:42 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* PutOnABus: Once Dodo is freed from WOTAN's influence, she's removed from the plot. In the second episode.



* YouShallNotPass: Episode 3 ends with a the Doctor defiantly standing his ground as a War Machine advances toward him.

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* YouShallNotPass: Episode 3 ends with a the Doctor defiantly standing his ground as a War Machine advances toward him.
20th Nov '16 8:59:33 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: Midway through production, Jackie Lane's contract expired, hence Dodo's sudden departure.
12th Oct '16 5:10:18 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Polly is introduced privately pulling a silly face to make fun of her nagging sexist boss, and quickly turning it into a forced smile before looking around. Ben is introduced moping in a bar, beating up a man who sexually harasses Polly, and then blaming Polly for the assault.
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