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Bradley Walsh rumoured to be companion to the Whitaker Doctor - The Chase Is On!

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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/tv/2017/08/22/bradley-walsh-doctor-next-companion/


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He's actually not a bad actor, but TBH I don't know why he would want to do this? Also I read that they are going to go for a Buffy/Giles type of father/daughter relationship. What shit.

The Doctor is over 2000 years old (actually over 4 billion years old) so how could a guy in his what 50's? Possibly be a father figure to the Doctor.

UGH at times I think Chinballs and co want to kill Doctor Who.

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The only thing I want to see how is people who help in the stories to go "No. Fuck off!" when The Doctor and The Light Entertainer ask them to join. But then that every week would get as old as The Light Entertainer falling in love with someone who gets killed.
So much more placed on the show to fail. But then knowing how mental people are, what if it becomes a big a success than ever and makes up for the ones who have switched off for good?
Well I can put that to bed because one of the reasons I'm here in The Hive is because they will never be the award winning (BAFTA then. When did it last win that or was even nominated?) show they were and the New part of the tag should be dropped at the least.
Meaning the story of Doctor Who has the last 12 years of it stuck at the end of the 26 and TV Movie!
I'll shut up now and go back to lurking.

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burrunjor wrote:He's actually not a bad actor, but TBH I don't know why he would want to do this? Also I read that they are going to go for a Buffy/Giles type of father/daughter relationship. What shit.

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Well that would make sense... if he was the Doctor and she was the companion.
Otherwise... LOL

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iank wrote:
burrunjor wrote:He's actually not a bad actor, but TBH I don't know why he would want to do this? Also I read that they are going to go for a Buffy/Giles type of father/daughter relationship. What shit.

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Well that would make sense... if he was the Doctor and she was the companion.
Otherwise... LOL

Nah even though that would make more sense, apparently that is sexist and anti women, and blah blah, all this shit has actually sunk a 50 year institution LOL LOL LOL LOL

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I suppose "wise father figure" would still be better than "bumbling fool to make the woman look good", mind.

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Wilf was wise man to Tennant's Doctor. It's generally a good story-telling device if the Doctor needs to be set straight on issues pertaining to humanity.


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Ian acted as the Doctor's conscience in the very first episodes.

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Boofer wrote:Wilf was wise man to Tennant's Doctor. It's generally a good story-telling device if the Doctor needs to be set straight on issues pertaining to humanity.
Wilf was fucking crap though - a big overgrown bawling man-baby.

When he was with Tennant it was like watching a rerun of The Chuckle Brothers, two useless inept cunts sat together talking bollocks.

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Boofer wrote:Wilf was wise man to Tennant's Doctor. It's generally a good story-telling device if the Doctor needs to be set straight on issues pertaining to humanity.
Wilf was fucking crap though - a big overgrown bawling man-baby.

When he was with Tennant it was like watching a rerun of The Chuckle Brothers, two useless inept cunts sat together talking bollocks.

LOL LOL LOL

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The other problem with the Ten/Wilf crying & chatting scene was it didn't fit in with the tone that the villain established - by that point Simm's Master wasn't just hammy & OTT but camp too, with the Skeletor impressions and the appearing in drag.


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Apparently Zoe Ball confirmed it on her radio show yesterday, but virtually nobody has picked up on it.

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