History Recap / DoctorWhoS9E1DayOfTheDaleks

21st Jul '17 3:44:47 PM JackG
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* UnusualHumanInterface: The BridgeBunnies are always waving their hands vaguely over their consoles, implying some kind of motion-activated control system.

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* UnusualHumanInterface: UnusualUserInterface: The Controller's BridgeBunnies are always waving their hands vaguely over their consoles, implying some kind of motion-activated control system.
21st Jul '17 3:42:23 PM JackG
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* UnusualHumanInterface: The BridgeBunnies are always waving their hands vaguely over their consoles, implying some kind of motion-activated control system.
2nd Jul '17 2:38:28 AM Maddoxsort
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* JustAKid: The female resistance officer calls Jo a "stupid child". It takes one to know one. ''[[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch Bitch.]]''

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* JustAKid: The female resistance officer calls Jo a "stupid child". [[TakeThat It takes one to know one. one.]] ''[[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch Bitch.]]''
2nd Jul '17 2:37:53 AM Maddoxsort
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The one with a three-Dalek army. Until 40-some-odd years later when they decided to do a reshoot.

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The one with a three-Dalek army. [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong Until 40-some-odd years later when they decided to do a reshoot.
reshoot.]]



* EnhancedOnDVD: The DVD special release does an ''extensive'' overhaul of the episode. It adds a lot of CGI in place of the primitive green screen-esque colour separation overlay effects (the monitors look more futuristic, the Dalek headquarters exterior shot is completely different and the building looks more intimidating with flying vehicles in the background), laser blasts, with people and Ogrons being more graphically disintegrated (controversially adding a scene where the Doctor [[BatmanGrabsAGun kills another Ogron]]). It also has veteran Dalek voice actor Creator/NicholasBriggs portray the Daleks in place of the original and admittedly shaky voice acting. (The series had tried to write off the Daleks and thus didn't have a go-to actor portrayal ready and able, and so the producers brought on two actors, Oliver Gilbert and Peter Messaline, who hadn't been as versed with Dalek voices and by now were out of practice. Neither Messaline nor Gilbert had ever been featured in ''any'' Doctor Who media before, nor since. Roy Skelton would later be called back (alongside future Davros actor Michael Wisher) and become the definitive classic series' voice of the Daleks.) Most notably, the climactic battle at Auderly House had entire sequences re-filmed ''decades'' after the serial had been released through funding by 2 entertain to show a true army of Daleks and Ogrons duking it out versus using new and borrowed costumes, when the original tried to create the illusion of an army by re-using the same shots of only a few Daleks and Ogrons rather unconvincingly. In fact the production team may have possibly been limited to '''two''' Daleks by Creator/JonPertwee's estimate (again, the series nearly wrote off the Daleks and didn't have that many props on hand), nowhere near enough to depict a fearsome battle.

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* EnhancedOnDVD: The DVD special release does an ''extensive'' overhaul of the episode. It adds a lot of CGI in place of the primitive green screen-esque colour separation overlay effects (the monitors look more futuristic, the Dalek headquarters exterior shot is completely different and the building looks more intimidating with flying vehicles in the background), laser blasts, with the extermination effect is not the screen flashing and streamers popping out of the Daleks but actual blue energy beams coming out of the guns and people turning see-through with visible skeletons when hit and Ogrons being more graphically disintegrated (controversially adding a scene where the Doctor [[BatmanGrabsAGun kills another Ogron]]). It also has veteran Dalek voice actor Creator/NicholasBriggs portray the Daleks in place of the original and admittedly shaky voice acting. (The series had tried to write off the Daleks and thus didn't have a go-to actor portrayal ready and able, and so the producers brought on two actors, Oliver Gilbert and Peter Messaline, who hadn't been as versed with Dalek voices and by now were out of practice. Neither Messaline nor Gilbert had ever been featured in ''any'' Doctor Who media before, nor since. Roy Skelton would later be called back (alongside future Davros actor Michael Wisher) and become the definitive classic series' voice of the Daleks.) Most notably, the climactic battle at Auderly House had entire sequences re-filmed ''decades'' after the serial had been released through funding by 2 entertain to show a true army of Daleks and Ogrons duking it out versus using new and borrowed costumes, when the original tried to create the illusion of an army by re-using the same shots of only a few Daleks and Ogrons rather unconvincingly. In fact fact, the production team may have possibly been limited to '''two''' Daleks by Creator/JonPertwee's estimate (again, the series nearly wrote off the Daleks and didn't have that many props on hand), nowhere near enough to depict a fearsome battle.



* JustAKid: The female resistance officer calls Jo a "stupid child". It takes one to know one. ''[[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch Bitch.]]''



* PantyShot: Well what do you think happens when Jo climbs down a long ladder whilst wearing a miniskirt?

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* PantyShot: Well Well, what do you think happens when Jo climbs down a long ladder whilst wearing a miniskirt?
2nd Jul '17 2:30:55 AM Maddoxsort
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The one with a three-Dalek army.

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The one with a three-Dalek army.
army. Until 40-some-odd years later when they decided to do a reshoot.
9th May '17 9:13:47 PM bowserbros
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The one with a three-Dalek army.
15th Mar '17 5:15:22 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* ContinuityCavaclade: Images of the previous Doctors appear on the Daleks' monitor screen as they interrogate him.

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* ContinuityCavaclade: ContinuityCavalcade: Images of the previous Doctors appear on the Daleks' monitor screen as they interrogate him.
15th Mar '17 5:13:13 PM CumbersomeTercel
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* ContinuityCavaclade: Images of the previous Doctors appear on the Daleks' monitor screen as they interrogate him.
* ContinuityNod: [[Recap/DoctorWhoS8E2TheMindOfEvil This is the second time UNIT has provided security for a peace conference (and once more the problem is due to the Chinese)]].


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* GeorgeLucasAlteredVersion: The serial was given a DVD release containing CGI effects, newly shot footage and new Dalek voices performed by Creator/NicholasBriggs, who has provided the voices for the series since the 2005 relaunch.
19th Jan '17 12:48:03 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* FacingTheBullettsOneLiner: The Controller, just before he gets, well, exterminated:

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* FacingTheBullettsOneLiner: FacingTheBulletsOneLiner: The Controller, just before he gets, well, exterminated:
5th Dec '16 7:26:54 AM goldenroad
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* LaResistance: Played straight by the time-travelling guerrillas, albeit with the twist that [[spoiler:they inadvertently caused the Dalek occupation in the first place.]]

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* LaResistance: Played straight by the time-travelling guerrillas, albeit with the twist that [[spoiler:they they inadvertently caused the Dalek occupation in the first place.]]
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