History YMMV / Torchwood

11th Oct '17 10:34:01 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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* NeverLiveItDown: Owen using alien drugs to make a couple have sex with him, essentially ''raping'' them.
31st Aug '17 11:43:38 PM WarriorsGate
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* {{Narm}}: "Cyberwoman". You would expect the producers would use their newfound ability to show gore to really play up the BodyHorror of the Cybermen, and show what it's like to have a lover's body be stripped of its organic material and violently replaced with machinery. Instead, we got an actress in a cyber-thong and bendy plastic top that doesn't even slightly look like it's part of her skin.
13th Jul '17 8:03:44 AM MeekGazelle
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*** Big Finish seems in the process of explaining these in their ''Torchwood'' ranges and ''The Lives of Captain Jack''.
8th Jul '17 7:31:42 PM MeekGazelle
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** Gray hated his brother Jack and went through a hellish life as a slave for savage aliens who abducted him because Jack failed to protect Gray when they were children and said aliens invaded their home, killing their father. They frequently killed and abused humans. Jack has to chloroform and cryofreeze Gray after he goes on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, killing Owen and Tosh in the process. This makes him a serious villain in the series, and Jack intends to unfreeze him one day and deal with him. Except that the Hub and its cryofreezes patients get blown to kingdom come in "Children of Earth: Day One". That would include Gray. But... we never saw where Gray's cryofreeze capsule was sent after Jack checked it into the mourge, so it's unclear if Gray is dead or alive now.

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** Gray hated his brother Jack and went through a hellish life as a slave for savage aliens who abducted him because Jack failed to protect Gray when they were children and said aliens invaded their home, killing their father. They frequently killed and abused humans. Jack has to chloroform and cryofreeze Gray after he goes on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge, killing Owen and Tosh in the process. This makes him a serious villain in the series, and Jack intends to unfreeze him one day and deal with him. Except that the Hub and its cryofreezes cryofrozen patients get blown to kingdom come in "Children of Earth: Day One". That would include Gray. But... we never saw where Gray's cryofreeze capsule was sent after Jack checked it into the mourge, morgue, so it's unclear if Gray is dead or alive now.
13th Jun '17 8:14:32 AM Eagal
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* AlasPoorScrappy: [[spoiler:Owen, twice. His first death arguably got him RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap.]]

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* AlasPoorScrappy: [[spoiler:Owen, twice. His first death arguably got him RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap.]]
20th Apr '17 5:57:35 AM LondonKdS
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* UncertainAudience: One of the problems about the first season seems to have been that the writers and directors were all over the shop about whether they were doing a DenserAndWackier HotterAndSexier show full of fanboy RuleOfCool moments and fangirl feels, or a grey rain-soaked ultra-depressing cop show with barely-relevant SF {{MacGuffin}}s. This led to some weird juxtapositions between episodes and even more disturbing results when the two seemed to overlap.
25th Mar '17 12:28:51 PM MagBas
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%%* UnfortunateImplications: Owen uses a cologne that gets people interested in him in the first episode. A high-tech date rape drug, in other words. FridgeHorror for some... And immediate horror for others. Has to be chalked up to [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness first episode weirdness]] to have Owen be anything other than a villain.
28th Nov '16 10:52:52 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** John Barrowman feels that Jack's story of how he lost three years of his memory in the Time Agency needs to be told after being brought up but never explored in narratives.

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** John Barrowman Creator/JohnBarrowman feels that Jack's story of how he lost three years of his memory in the Time Agency needs to be told after being brought up but never explored in narratives.
28th Aug '16 8:45:19 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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** Captain Jack can also be seen from an Anti-Hero to a borderline monster.

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** Captain Jack can also be seen from an Anti-Hero AntiHero to a borderline monster.
28th Aug '16 8:44:56 PM KamenRiderKrypton
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** Captain Jack can also be seen from an Anti-hero to a borderline monster.

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** Captain Jack can also be seen from an Anti-hero Anti-Hero to a borderline monster.
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