MCH wrote:Jaybee, I thought bad wolf was in reference to bad wolf bay where the Doctor dropped off Rose and the extra Doctor in that other dimension with the Doctor Donna. When Rose had the time vortex energy in her head from looking into the TARDIS she said that she placed the words bad wolf throughout the universe to remind her that she had to go back for the Doctor. I dont know Why the writers decided to make the "moment" machine things "controller" Rose Tyler. If that makes any sense, lol. That version of the Doctor wouldn't have even known her. I was puzzled by that one. Maybe they just wanted her in the episode somewhere. Speaking of loose ends though. It was interesting to finally hear what the Doctor's "promise" was. I wonder though if the beeb will ever tell his name. So, now it's off to find Galifrey i guess. And what was all that about the Queen and the Doctor and her bad breath, etc. ? Ack ! And who did the John Hurt Doctor morph into ? And where did that doctor fall in line with the others? Was he in between Doctors eight and nine ? And if Galifrey survived in a pocket universe then would it make time go haywire if it were returned ? So many questions.
Danny Fullbrook wrote:
As for those worried about gravitas, maybe it's because I'm younger than Smith and Tennant they've always managed to resonate with me. Moffat has already said that Capaldi will be dark and hard to like, though in his first episode he will intentionally act like Matt Smith. After that he'll be more in line with The First Doctor than the last two. The rumour is that Series 8 will be dark and gothic like Tom's second and third series. I think from the brief clip of Capaldi in last nights episode shows how dark he will be. So much gravitas and power from just a shot of some eyes I think he has the potential to be The Fourth Doctor of the modern series, regarding popularity and acclaim. Numerically he is the Fourth Doctor of the modern series
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