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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Daz_Blue, 17 Jul 2017.
My original post completely changed .......
Hey, steady on, Daz, I've high hopes that David Silva can be a future Dr Who when he decides to hang up his boots. He'd look absolutely spiffing in a long coat and a sky blue and white scarf!
Ian Cheesman of all people was kicking off about this on Twitter.
The Doctor is a gender neutral role unlike Miss Marple or Superman. I'm looking forwards to seeing what Jodie Whittaker brings to the role.
I think that this should be 'has become a gender neutral role' 'cos when The Doctor appeared in '62, which incidentally took our minds away from City's abysmal showings, nobody would have had a clue what 'gender neutral' meant!
never heard of her, which sums up Dr. Who these days. I'm sure she'll do great and considering the target audience it's a positive and important move.
Seen her in marchlands amd attack the block, where both roles were well acted.
I could't give a toss really if it's a man or a woman as long as the perfomances and stories are good.
The idea that timelords could swap sexes has been around since the 4th doctor so it's nothing new, though a part of me thinks they have done it to stop it being a subject every time a regeneration comes along and tgey will just revert back to a bloke after.
Really sad though all these people saying they won't watch it again, it's a tv show about an alien ffs.
It was 1963. First episode was aired the day after JFK was shot, on Saturday 23 November 1963
who even watches doctor who anymore
About 4 Million pepole over here, but it has about 8-10M in the US so makes the Beeb money.
Will be kids, families, Sci-fi fans and avid fans.
I watch it, but then I watch any sci-fi and Tom Baker and Peter Davidson were the doctors when a kid so still have fond memories.
It's a load of nonsense most of the time but so is shite like corrie which still go strong despite very weak stories and making no sense (it's a giant swingers club in a street ffs).