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Post by Amarië Mon Nov 30, 2020 7:55 am

Extreme.... Why?
Is there any way this will make sense?


Edit: Ooh, what a brilliant way to start a new page!

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Post by malickfan Thu Dec 03, 2020 7:28 pm

Small update on the Christopher Eccleston Big Finish series as of last week 10 of the 12 scripts have been written and sent to the BBC for approval, and they will start recording with Eccleston 'very soon'-probably in the next fortnight.

No news on whether any of the Series 1 cast are also returning (though I think it's a safe bet Billie Piper will be i these).

I'm guessing because they are recording 12 episodes basically a new who series in length (perhaps all in one long recording block) the audio dramas will follow a loose story arc and sorta act like a Series 1b.

Hopefully Eccleston enjoys his experience returning to the character, as much as I enjoy Series 1 I think it would be more interesting for Big Finish to branch out and do stories set before the Doctor meets Rose or with a new companion.

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Post by Pettytyrant101 Thu Dec 03, 2020 7:47 pm

{{ well there is scope for some 9th adventures before Rose, in that we see he was present at JFK's assination, and on the Beagle with Darwin. Would be tricky time to write 9 however, his immediate post Time War version, no companion- theres a lot of development of character youd have to ignore and not touch to keep it straight with Rose and how that affects him regards his post-war trauma.
But more 9 is good in my book. }}

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Post by malickfan Thu Dec 03, 2020 8:22 pm

I think there's scope for one or even two companions before 9 meets Rose-as long as it is relatively short term and ends on bad terms or a tragic note (the 9th Doctor makes a couple of comments in Series 1 about 'choosing another stupid ape' when Rose dissapoints him with her actions).

Though there's two or three different off-screen gaps in the episode Rose alone in which they could insert new adventures.

In the novelisation:

Rose notices the cut the Doctor got when the table smashed has disappeared and he says twelve weeks have passed for him. During that time he has fought a pterodactyl.

In the episode itself:

This story seemingly implied that the Ninth Doctor had recently undergone regeneration from a past incarnation, when he commented about the features of his face while looking at a mirror in Rose's flat. The logical assumption at the time of his debut among viewers was that he had regenerated from the Eighth Doctor. However, this was disproven in 2013 when Steven Moffat conceived a new incarnation to retroactively insert between the Eighth and Ninth Doctors. The so-called War Doctor, played by John Hurt, did not call himself the Doctor until the end of his life and was an honorary, unnumbered inclusion among the other incarnations who carried the title fully throughout their lives. The War Doctor was cemented as the Ninth Doctor's predecessor when he regenerated into him near the end of TV: The Day of the Doctor. Additionally, in a retrospective on the new series in DWM 485, Russell T Davies stated the intention of the scene was merely him noticing the features, rather like being disappointed with "buck teeth" or similar un-aesthetically pleasing traits. He notes the Doctor in the episode is "in command" rather than post-regenerative, and he included the references to Krakatoa and Titanic to suggest this incarnation has a life before this episode.

Steven Moffat stated in 2013 that he believed that the Ninth Doctor is newly-regenerated here, as evidenced by his reaction to looking in the mirror. Russell T Davies disagrees: "No, I don't think he'd just regenerated. If you have certain physical features like big ears or buck teeth, you look at them and sigh every time you look in the mirror. And I think if you'd had eight different faces, even if you'd been in the current form for a hundred years, you'd still mutter at them. So it was meant as a nod to the fact he'd once had other faces. But I wrote the Titanic stuff and Krakatoa assuming that the Ninth Doctor had been around for a while. He doesn't act very post-regeneration, does he? He appears in command, waving a bomb. This is a man who knows himself, and has known himself for a while".


https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/The_Day_of_the_Doctor_(novelisation)

It is said that the Ninth Doctor, soon after regenerating, smashed every mirror in the TARDIS to avoid seeing his new face, and thought of how many children he must save to make up for the ones killed on Gallifrey.

The Ninth Doctor let a therapy robot loose in the TARDIS, which was found centuries later by the Eleventh Doctor and River Song. It is implied that River used the robot to erase the Eleventh Doctor's memory of how many children there were on Gallifrey.

and: https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/The_Doctor%27s_age#The_Doctor.27s_ninth_incarnation

"Big-eared" Ninth Doctor
The Ninth Doctor with big ears and a hawklike face (PROSE: The Tomorrow Windows) spent "weeks" having adventures between first encountering Rose in Henrik's, and turning up at the meal where he encountered Auton Mickey. (PROSE: Rose)

The Ninth Doctor claimed "900 years of time and space". Immediately after he made this comment, he told Rose Tyler it was "[his] age." (TV: Aliens of London)

He spent 28 years waiting on Earth to meet up with Rose in 1922, (AUDIO: The Other Side) and looked visibly older to Rose after he returned from his journey to the Causubus ship. (PROSE: Rose and the Snow Window) He later considered himself to have had "900 years of phone box travel". (TV: The Empty Child)

Considering Big Finish massively expanded the gap between Planet Of Fire and The Caves of Androzani (giving the 5th Doctor a new companion Erimem to travel with him and Peri) to cover a period of several years (though I think the Doctor/Peri end up having their memories wpied) I don't think they'll have much trouble finding gaps to slot episodes/new companions into (as noted above they have already created a 28 year long gap in the audiobook The Other Side

https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/The_Other_Side_(audio_story)

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Post by Pettytyrant101 Thu Dec 03, 2020 9:15 pm

{{ True there are always plenty of gaps. And 9 in Rose never did strike me as post-regeneration, but I wouldnt have given too much time between the end of the Time War and Rose either- maybe months, or a year would seem to fit with how he acts. Its more the issue of his personality prior to Rose, she is what helps him become fully the Doctor again, hard to write much in the space before then without treading on any of those character threads I'd think.
There's plenty scope for more 9 and Rose however inbetween the adventures we saw on screen if Billie Piper also returns for BF. }}

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Post by malickfan Sun Dec 06, 2020 11:29 pm

It's taken over five years but I very nearly have the complete set of:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eighth_Doctor_Adventures

Assuming I've counted properly I now have only have four left to get...

Recently started re-reading the whole series again from the start (I think I got up to book 40ish last time, about three years ago), just about to finish the second book, I think the differences between the two perfectly captures the range as a whole, and reminded me of how much I enjoyed reading through last time

The Eight Doctors...is a bit silly and kinda crap but it's a fun breezy read, full of nods to classic Who and a loving sendoff to the old series, it's not really a 8th Doctor story or dare I say a proper novel but an enjoyable enough way to spend a few hours. The book picks up immediately after the TV Movie's ending, the 8th Doctor (characterised as a generically 'jolly nice' chap and a bit scatterbrained...to be fair other than the TV Movie an a few short stories/comics there wasn't much to go on when writing for this Doctor) is wondering around the Tardis thinking back on recent events in San Francisco and deciding where to go for his first proper adventure, but he almost immediately looses his memory again (to a booby trap left behind by the Master before he was sucked into the Eye of Harmony) and is sent on a quest to meet up with his 7 previous selves to regain his memory. And so follows a series of vingettes (veering between clunky, funny and oddly touching) somewhat clumsily stitched together. The 8th Doctor drops into various stories from the Classic series (The War Games, State Of Decay, An Unearthly Child etc-the writer of the novel is Terrence Dicks who was the script writer/editor for most of the stories referenced) assististing his previous selves with their various adventues, gradually regaining his memories as the story goes along, eventually uncovering a conspiracy on Gallifrey (a certain individual called Rassilon is involved), and eventually starting to form a distinct character.

A rather strange subplot about drug dealers (which involves new companion Sam, a 17 year old runaway from Coal Hill School...she's even more thinly sketched than the Doctor in this book, but does develop into a kinda prototype Rose Tyler character in later novels) and an explanation for the Master's weird shapeshifting snake powers seen in the TV Movie are also worked into the novel...there's a lot going on!, in terms of pacing the story flies by.

The book utimately ends up feeling like a series of disconnected short stories awakwardly edited together, Terrence Dicks a) famously hated the TV Movie b) Wrote many scripts for the Classic Series (and by his own admission was more a plot writer than character writer) and c) subsequently novelised many of the Classic Who stories for the Target books series, all three things come across in the writing-you get the sense the author isn't particularly invested in the creative freedom of writing for a brand new doctor, but is also an experienced writer with a great knowledge of who lore and is writing to a deadline.

The Eight Doctors is a bit of an odd book, even 20+ years later it seems a very strange idea to have the first novel in the series act as almost a recap of the greatest hits of the Classic series, with the leading character forced to share screentime with so many others (and only coming into his own in the last few chapters of the book), it dosen't feel like a distinctly 8th Doctor story, more a collection of short stories stitched together.

Sam's role in the book is akwardly inserted, the 6th Doctor segment is boderline cruel (he's characterised as a fat shouty blowhard, obsessed with eating...did Terrence Dicks hate Colin Baker or something?) and reading about the Doctor being interrogated by the police for cocaine possession isn't quite as interesting as you'd think.

All that said it was a quick and enjoyable read, the segments with the 4th/7th Doctors are really enjoyable and for all the books flaws, Dicks does do a pretty good job at bridging the Classic series and the TV Movie's tone.

Definitely a bit of a oddity, and completely skippable if you ever read this seires.

Hmmm...I'd probably give it 5/10.


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Post by malickfan Sun Dec 06, 2020 11:30 pm

The second novel in the series Vampire Science I have less to say about, but that's for a good reason-it's quite simply miles ahead of its predecessor in characerisation, plot, dialogue and even worldbuilding  it feels like the true start of the EDA range and is a rather excellent peice of writing in its own right, let alone for being tie in fiction.

Vampire Science starts with the Doctor and Sam investigating a series of strange killings in 1970's San Francisco, a brief encounter with a young wannabe (earth and medical, not timelord) Doctor in training (Carolyn McConnell) ends in sudden violent fashion with a vampire (possibly) dead at The Doctors hands, and a very shaken Carolyn questioning all she ever knew about the world and her dreams for the future, The Doctor assures her all will be well and they likely will never meet again.

But of course they do, after this short prologue we jump forwards 20 years. Carolyn has settled into a new relationship, and has a fulfilling job as a lab technician* but she never forgot her one encounter with the Doctor years before, and closely follows news reports about a ressurgence in strange killing across the city. Sure enough the Doctor and Sam reappear on the scene (though for them it's been mere days since their last encounter) and their old acquaintance finds herself (and her rather unwilling boyfriend) roped into a strange adventure involving a coven of vampires, a rather grumpy UNIT officer called Brigadier Adrienne Kramer and a fully formed 8th Doctor desperate to avoid bloodshed at any cost.

I think it would be accurate to say Vampire Science feels more like the TV Movie than The Eight Doctors, but oddly I'd also say it feels more like the TV Movie than the TV movie itself...by which I mean it's an extremely confident and character driven story, told through a very American point of view (the Husband/Wife author team of Jon Blum and Kate Orman had previously written several of the 7th Doctor novels, and would go on to write several more of the EDA's-all of which were also great), it's an engrossing blend of gothic horror and gritty down to earth character drama, all the guest characters are very well written and it certainly feels a more modern and energetic story than the preceeding book.

Sam was awkwardly tacked onto the bookends of The Eight Doctors but in this book she is now a fully fledged companion, with a lot of growth and a main role throughout the book. She's bubbly (but somewhat cocky) and likeable, but also opinionated. Blum/Orman probably wrote Sam the best out of the early EDA writers, in some of the novels she sometimes came across as a cliched teenager awkwardly pared with the 8th Doctor (unlike the next Fitz Kriener who immediately fits in...I'll get to that in a a later review hopefully!), but hear she reads like a real 17 year old who thinks she knows it all, with the Doctor doing his best to keep her in check. There's a moment in the book where she questions whether she wants to continue travelling with the Doctor, whilst a welcome piece of character dpeth it does feel far too early in her travels to come to that conclusion.

The real triumph of the book is the 8th Doctor himself-Orman/Blum were clearly much more appreciative of the TV Movie than Terrene Dicks, and write McGann's Doctor very well, the ernest enthuisasm, sleight of hand and scatterbrained humour of the TV movie are captured brilliantly here. Vampire Science dosen't follow directly on from The Eight Doctors (a good move on the authors part i.m.o), we learn late in the book that it has already been three years since the Doctor regenerated but only a few months since he met Sam (he dropped Sam off at a concert-it was a hour for her, but years for him, he kept meaning to return but kept getting distracted) he's still finding his feet and something of a child at heart (we learn The Doctor has converted a room of the Tardis  into a giant Butterly colony, he has also recently named the Tardis's resident bats and apparently obtained a Volkswagen Beetle from somewhere...rather amusingily we are told even he isn't sure how it fitted through the Tardis's doors)  but there are already shades of the weary sarcasm he develops much later on in the Big Finish audio adventures.

We also learn than General Kramer had previously had a run in with the 7th Doctor (who she was not at all fond of), the authors use this to contrast 8's methods with his predessor, whereas the 7th Doctor was a schemer planning five steps ahead and willing to sacifrice the few for the many, the 8th Doctor is a man who thinks on his feet, throwing caution to the wind and unwilling to kill or sacrifice if he has too (this is conveyed through dialogue, no awkward flashbacks involved). Kramer and the Doctor regularly but heads throughout the book, it's remiscent of the Brigadier and the 3rd Doctor.

As I write this I'm maybe 3/4 of the way through the book, I can't recall how the book ends but I am enjoying it every bit as much as I remembered the first time around (hopefully it sticks the landing-in some of the EDA novels there's a tendency for the ending to feel rushed)...it's not a perfect book-it is perhaps a tad slow paced, most of the supporting Vampires are generic cliches, and the tonal inconsistency with The Eight Doctors does feel a tad strange this ealry on in the range (it's not necessarily a bad thing, but the EDA's don't feel truly consistent until around book 12 i.m.o), but overall it's a rather excellent bit of writing, more of a character/mood piece than Vampire slasher but that isn't a bad thing.

8/10

*Carolyn Mconnell was orginally supposed to be Grace Holloway from the TV Movie (hence the return to San Franciso and the similar backgrounds) but the rights to the character couldn't be cleared. The two characters are distinct enough that it dosen't really matter, but it's still a interesting bit of trivia.

It's been really interesting re-reading these books and seeing how the 8th Doctor was first developed all those years ago, when McGann first reprised the role for Big Finish in 2001's Storm Warning there had already been 42 full length 8th doctor novels and various comics/short stories, the audios rarely reference (and sometimes contradict) the novels but the charerisation is built on the prose stories that came earlier.


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Post by malickfan Sun Dec 06, 2020 11:38 pm

And to give an idea of how the range developed, some of the later books include:

https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/The_Crooked_World_(novel)

https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/Mad_Dogs_and_Englishmen_(novel)

https://tardis.fandom.com/wiki/The_Year_of_Intelligent_Tigers_(novel)

(I recall The Year Of Intelligent Tigers being one of my favourites in the whole series, so I'm quite looking forward to re-reading that one...I'm a looooong way off reaching that point though!)

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Post by Pettytyrant101 Mon Dec 07, 2020 9:41 am

{{ Ive not read any of the 8th Doctor books. However as a kid I did read a hell of a lot of Terence Dicks Target adaptations of the show. In fact my first introductions to 1st, 2nd and most of 3rd Doctors run was through those books as it was pre-VHS and the BBC never repeated old Who as they always had new Who on when I was growing up. I loved 2nd Doctor story Web of Fear, reread that a load of times and it scared the crap out of me every time. But I may well try to lay my hands on some of these, if only for that childhood nostalgia of reading a Dicks Who book again. }}

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{{ It's always so odd when you hear Barrowman talk with his own accent, its quite rare to hear. }}


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Post by malickfan Wed Dec 09, 2020 7:53 pm

Apparently there will be a couple of returning monsters in Series 13:

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{{ Both confirmed (unofficialy).

Spoiler:
Someone got snaps of Sontarans on some blasted heath in Wales, and Weeping Angels in a Cardifff street.

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Post by malickfan Mon Dec 14, 2020 4:46 pm

Eccleston has started recording the Big Finish stories Smile

https://twitter.com/bigfinish/status/1338519205528932355

It looks like the first set is called 'Ravagers', the first story is called 'Sphere of Freedom' written by Nick Briggs.

Interesting that Billie Piper, Camille Coduri and John Barrowman aren't as yet announced to be in the cast, so it looks like all 12 of these stories may form a arc set before the 9th Doctor met Rose, which will be interesting

Perhaps there is less pressure on Eccleston this way-he can ease himself back into the role from a slightly different character perspectivr/storyline tone with a different creative team, rather than just doing more RTD style storylines with Billie Piper straight away. Series 1 was great and Eccleston was an excellent Doctor, but the most exciting thing about him doing Big Finish is that he gets a second chance to explore and expand on his character, without the series arc on TV getting in the way.

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{{ Great to see Eccelston coming back to the role. Looking forward to hearing those. }}





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{{ First spoiler free review of the new years special from Radio Times, cant say as its made me any more excited for it. And if you havent kept up with the promotional material then it does in fact contain a lot of spoilers.

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'it’s the human connections between the TARDIS team (and the connections that have been lost) that emerge as the central theme of the episode.... the Doctor herself is locked up in “space prison” after her surprise arrest at the end of the last series.
As noted this separation forms a strong thread throughout the episode, with Mandip Gill’s Yaz particularly affected by the Doctor’s absence, sleeping in a spare TARDIS as she tries to find a way back to the woman who changed her life.
We can’t say much more but suffice to say, fans looking for clues as to what Yaz’s arc could be in series 13 (where she’s the only companion staying with Whittaker’s Doctor) won’t be disappointed...it’s interesting to note how rarely the Daleks actually seem important in this episode. Yes, they’re the main threat, but episode scribe Chris Chibnall seems more interested in his cast than the monsters...Chris Noth as Jack Robertson, and John Barrowman as Captain Jack Harkness. Both men thrive as these flamboyant characters, whether it’s the over-the-top clownish villainy of Robertson (back after an appearance in Whittaker’s first series) or the familiar, brash charm of Jack...everything has to take a back seat to one of the most widely-reported parts of the episode – the long-predicted exit of Ryan and Graham, aka Tosin Cole and Bradley Walsh....You may get emotional, you may wonder whether there was more story to tell with these characters, but their exit feels pretty definitive...Their departure makes for a fairly downbeat end to what isn’t the most cheerful Doctor Who special..Revolution of the Daleks is an odd sort of special, with some big shifts in pace and tone that may register more with some fans than others and some slightly underdeveloped elements that feel like missed opportunities.'- RT

https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/scifi/2020-12-28/doctor-who-revolution-of-the-daleks-preview/

Sounds quite dull, the Robertson/Trump character was awful in his first appeareance god knows why he's been brought back, but it better be more than just cheap jabs at Trump this time. The hint that we might well get the Yaz/Doctor romance line next series is not encouraging either and theres some warning signs in there that its again under developed and not bothered with telling a fun, exciting Who adventure.
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{{ Revolution of the Daleks, review.

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The cold opening to this episode in many ways exemplifies why I don't think I will ever get onboard with Chibnall's clunky writing style. We are  given a flashback to the last New Years Special, with for some very odd reason large out of place titles that start saying 'A Long Time Ago, Far, Far Away' before adding beneath both consecutively '2019. Cheltenham' and I still don't know if this is Chibnalls idea of humour or what the point of these titles are. It reminds me of Monty Python's Life of Brian which has similar subtitling adding things like 'about teatime' below seemingly serious historically important dates. But if the intention was to set up this episode as fun and funny they attached them to the wrong episode as its neither.

Once brought back up to date with the Doctor blowing up the recon Dalek from last years special we move to the aftermath of those events, and a lorry driver who is being told to move the remains of the Dalek from where it is to somewhere else. And then at the end of this exchange the person giving the orders suddenly out of nowhere starts asking after the drivers mother, and saying it must be hard for her. Once in his lorry cab we see that the driver has a photograph in his cab of his mother. Is she important? Is it important to him? Will it ever come back up or will we find out why or what is hard for her? No, because from the moment the episode begins this driver is so obviously about to die and is the episodes first disposable. The entire clunky mother dialogue, the photo in the cab is only there in the vague hopes it will somehow elicit an emotional response to his death when it comes. Which it doesn't. Being so clumsily shoehorned in there and so obviously done just to to create that response. Its lazy and manipulative and falls utterly flat as a result.

This theme of being presented with things we are obviously supposed to care about but don't continues throughout this episode and felt nowhere else more than in Ryan's choice not to continue on with the Doctor. Though this happens at episodes ends its worth mentioning here as its the same problem as the lorry driver only writ large, as Ryan is a main character we've had two whole series to supposedly get to know him. But we don't know him, he is almost as much a blank slate as he was in his first episode. He tells the Doctor earth needs him, that his mates need him, that he didn't know what he wanted with his life when he first met the Doctor, but now he does.
Problem is we haven't seen any growth or change in Ryan over those two years, the mates he needs to help? We saw them once for about 2 minutes when he was playing basketball with them one episode a while back. Why he feels he can help earth more by staying on his own than staying with  Doctor who saves earth all the time? No idea. Why does he now know what he wants to do with his life when he didnt before? Not a clue. What the script tries wringing out for all its worth in emotional goodbyes is all completely flat because nothing he is saying resonates as we the viewers have not seen any of it. We are being told its sad, and we are being told these are the reasons it must happen, but none of it means anything as we havent seen the proof or development leading up to it.

Just like the lorry driver, telling us there are reasons, and even showing us a picture of his mother, is not enough to care about a character you've only just met. And whilst we have not just met Ryan we may as well have from all the development he has got over two series, next to none. Just telling us his reasons is not enough, we have to have seen them develop and grow to this point, and we simply haven't.
And Graham's decision to leave for no other reasons than he wants to be with Ryan feels even weaker. And the episode ends where Ryan and Graham's story begins, on a hill top with Ryan trying to ride a bike and failing. And perhaps that is the most fitting thing as it demonstrates very well that not a damn thing has changed for these two characters since we first met them, its been a colossal waste of time. Had they been on that hill ever since it wouldn't have made any difference to either of them as characters.

Much has been said of Yaz's time on the show too, and how, even given the stiff competition, she is the most underdeveloped character in the entire Chibnall era, and certainly in NuWho. She is a personality void. Unfortunately they have decided to fill that void by making her needy and dependent on the Doctor.
With the Doctor gone for 10 months Yaz has been sleeping in the spare TARDIS from the series finale, plotting how to get back to the Doctor, refusing to give up and feeling abandoned and let down and being, well needy about it, and whiny. Like a jilted ex that just wont take the hint its over. And yeah, though its never explicitly stated there does seem to be an emotional romantic need thing going on for Yaz towards the Doctor. More like a desperate need for her. And what of her police job? Has she given it up? Has Chibanll forgotten it exists again? And her family? Are they not concerned she is spending all her days and nights somewhere and not going to see anyone? We have no idea as Chibnall doesnt bother adressing any of it.

You may have noticed I've not really touched on the plot, and that's mainly because its there to provide a background to all this lamely written character stuff. And because it doesn't make much sense.

The lorry driver is killed, the broken Dalek stolen, defence drones are built by Jack Robertson's company based off the design (the Trump like from Arachnids episode) with AI instead of a Dalek inside, but the ambitious young scientist he works with finds some Dalek DNA and decides to clone a Dalek out of it, this Dalek then manages to somehow, without being noticed, build a massive factory on the other side of the world producing more Dalek clones of itself- there is a terrible scene where the Dalek tries to exposition and hand (tentacle) wave away the excuse for how it could achieve this but its as daft an explanation as the premise. And on top of last years revelation that Daleks can pull themselves back together from a little bit of ultraviolet light now they can also transport instantly anywhere with it too, somehow. This results is all the Dalek AI drones becoming active with Daleks inside and going on a kill spree (oh and the Dalek clone somehow managed to change the weaponry and stuff for real Dalek weapons, even in all the drones already built and active without anyone noticing, its a plot well wroth not dwelling on or its falls completely apart).

The Doctor solution to this is to tip off the real Daleks to this and they come and destroy the new Daleks for not being pure Dalek DNA- which is at least Dalek behaviour. The Doctors solution to getting rid of the real Daleks then is to, well its to trick them all into flying into the spare TARDIS, which then collapses in on itself and is sent into the void to be destroyed.
The problem here being its been well established that TARDISes are grown, and are living machines, with a soul, we've even had Gaimans excellent episode where the Doctors TARDIS was temporarily housed in a human body.
Here the Doctor just uses one to murder Daleks, and murders the TARDIS along with them without so much as a mention she is doing it.
Its hard to recall Idirs's line (Tardis in human form) when she notes of the TARDIS junk yard – 'I'm thinking that all my sisters are dead. That they were devoured, and that we are looking at their corpses.' And then watch 13 kill a TARDIS without a second thought.
I suppose its fitting given in Robertsons first episode how she killed the spiders off, cruelly and unnecessarily painfully, that she again makes a horrible moral decision without bating an eyelid, cruel and cowardly this Doctor. It might not be so bad if it was set up as being morally dubious, but its not, like in Arachnids we are left with the feeling we are supposed to be cheering her on for solving the problem. That the writers just failed to spot the terrible callous way she is going about it.
Its also a very neat and quick resolution to the problem, real Daeks come and take care of all the other Daleks, then all the real Daleks get sooked away into a TARDIS thinking its got the Doctor inside, the end. An hour and fifteen minutes to tell that!

I should mention that Captain Jack is back for this adventure too, but its an oddly muted and underwhelming appearance, he is there, and he says a few Captain Jack like stuff, but thats about your lot, and he doesn't even get a proper exit from the episode, we just hear him over a radio at the end saying his goodbyes. Perhaps this was done so as not to take focus away from Ryan and Graham leaving, but its feels odd, he just sort of disappears from the episode and feels missing a lot of his previous charm and daring do.

Robertson is not quite as bad as he was in arachnids, the constant Trump jokes have been tempered down at least, but he still comes over as more a pantomime villain than a serious character in the piece but he at least tries to inject some fun and humour into proceedings, but Chibnall is no writer of comedy as Moffat or even RTD could be, so there is not much to smile at the entire runtime. In fact tone wise its a bit of a misery fest.

Most of the emphasis put on the scenes are between companions and Doctor, and they feel stilted, wooden and unemotional. Ryan in particular has a pep talk with the Doctor, and helps her to get on and get over things, but its oddly muted, feeling more like something Chibnall thought was necessary rather than something which has developed organically out of those two characters.
Yaz, well her scenes with 13 she is borderline bunny boiler material so those are more uncomfortable and odd to watch than they are satisfying in any way.
Graham largely takes a back seat, he gets a few old man lines to say and then makes a weak excuse to leave with Ryan at the end and thats about your lot, which is a shame as of the three Chibnall era companions he was the only vaguely enjoyable one.

Jodie as 13 is also subdued, normally I'd say this was a good thing over her permanently upbeat bubbly version, but here she tries to do serious and introspective, and comes off as someone with an itch they cant quite reach. I still don't feel like I know who 13 is, or what she stands for, she has to be super sad about her companions choosing to leave her, but like the viewer seems to be struggling with reasons to really care so her sadness comes over as falsely as does the reasons for Ryan leaving. Its all so under prepared. When Martha left 10 was genuinely sad, and we believed it because he'd treated her poorly, because we'd had an entire series and the two part finale to see the reasons why she would choose to do so, it was worked for and earned in the writing of both characters. This is not. So what 10 could convey in a look because we were all onboard with what he was thinking, 13's companions leave on an awkward note as its not been earned or worked to and we don't know what 13 actually thinks, just having to take Chibnall's exposition heavy dialogue as the reasons on faith.

But what mainly lets this special down is that its dull, its not fun, or exciting, its deathly plodding in pace, its underdeveloped characters get underdeveloped farewells, its under cooked plot takes a back seat to the character stuff which interrupts the main story like a log in the road and grinds everything to a halt over and over, but neither is the character stuff strong enough or well enough written to carry it for all the reasons Ive given.

On balance Id give this one a generous 4 out of 10. Its got a decent Dalek idea hidden away in there, but it executes it so very poorly.
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Haven't seen it yet. Tomorrow, I think. Yey...

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{{ Be interesting to hear your thoughts Amarie. Good luck! }}

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{{ Further thoughts-
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mainly on why this sucks!

For a show so proud of its progressive agenda why does the Doctor need rescuing from prison by a man? (Jack) River or Missy would have been out of there long before.
Why does she need a pep talk from another man to feel better? (Ryan)
Why does Yaz need saved from the Dalek mutant by a man (Jack again).
Why doesnt Jack just shoot the mutant off the scientist its possessed as he does for Yaz?
13 has no agency all episode, and the one thing she finally does do, use the 2nd TARDIS as a trap for the Daleks, and murders a TARDIS, she does offscreen.
Why immediately after telling us her cunning plan does she then materialse her TARDIS on top of a bridge pylon in front of thousands of swarming Daleks, who for some reason the script doesn't bother telling us all fail to notice her and her obvious TARDIS right in front of them and continue to fly into the fake one?
On that general point, why are the Daleks in this so stupid? They find people on their ship but neither contain, exterminate or even scan their ship to see what they were up to. They fail to notice the Doctor and TARDIS as mentioned, and for some reason they all pile into the fake one like its Black Friday and they want a ps5 before they are all sold out, why didnt they do what Daleks normally do and send in a few to check it out whilst mainting a perimeter? Not only have we seen them do this tactic lots of times the entire episode is about a recon dalek! Its their job to check stuff out first. Where is the Dalek strategist? Every Dalek ship has one, what was his strategy- "We all pile inside as quickly as possible and hope for the best? Oh and make sure not to leave a single Dalek outside. Just everyone get inside as fast as possible.'
Why does nobody know what a Dalek is? I know the Cracks in Time wiped the major invasions out, but theyve been back since then, Churchill met Daleks after the cracks removed those events, there was a Dalek killing off army personnal left right and centre just last New Year. Yet the Prime Minister, nor anyone else has a clue what a Dalek is? Did they destroy all UNITS records too when they shut it down? Torchwoods as well? To make it worse the Dalek casing was gotten from the UK government secret service! But no one there remembers last year? They never thought to inform the government or even the PM?
And the biggie really, how can a story whose premise is Daleks fighting Daleks be so utterly boring, dull and plodding and still full of exposition?
The more I think about this episode the less sense it makes and the more and more clunky it becomes.  Mad
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{{Viewing figures make interesting reading. This New Year special got overnights of 4.69 million, making it the third most watched show on UK Tv that day with 21% of the audience share (beaten by ITV's soaps and the news!).
But thats down a million on last years New years special. And given the entire country is in a forced lockdown you might think that would boost the figures.
And if you go back to Capaldi's last special, which was a xmas special Twice Upon a Time, and for which supposedly this era is a reaction to in order to increase viewing figures, well it got overnights of 5.90 million and consolidated at 8.28. And it was only four years ago.
Ill be surprised if the conoslodated for this episode hits 7.5.
Ant thats with the BBC throwing a lot of advertising at this one, particualry on Captain Jacks return.

4.69 is certainly not in cancelation terrority, given the current drop in network tv figures across the board,it was still the most watched show the BBC had on that day, but it has to be worrying that it failed to add to last years total and in fact dropped from it, and that it doesnt compare to preivous era specials (which rather bizarely is topped by xmas special Voyage of the Damned on a whoping 13.31 million) but even aside from it the lowest previous special prior to Chibnall was Return of Doctor Mysterio with Capaldi which still got 5.68 on overnights (consolidated at 8.21 million) and 27% audience share.
The trend is clear however for whatever reasons, fewer folk are watching Chibnal Who, and its not attracting new viewers to it.}}

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Post by Mrs Figg Sun Jan 03, 2021 2:53 pm

Couldn't be bothered watching it, I watched celebrity The Chase instead, where Bradley was his normal sparkling self.

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Post by Pettytyrant101 Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:17 pm

{{ The AI (audience appreciation score) is in for this and its a not good, 79. Thats the 7th episode of the Chibnall era out of 20 that has fallen below 80.
For the record the only episodes of NuWho to previously score less than 80 were Sleep No More, Rose, The End of the World and Love and Monsters. Thats only 4 episodes out of the entire first 10 series of NuWho plus specials.
Chibnall has racked up 7 in 2 series! (and he has another 4 just scraped 80, the average AI score for RTD era was 85.57 and for Moffat it was 86}}

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Post by Mrs Figg Sun Jan 03, 2021 7:32 pm

I will come back once they have got rid of Chibbers and the fake Doctor.
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