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8th May 2010

The Vampires of Venice

Next Saturday (15th) we are going to a Spaceman family do so I won't be doing a Dr Who post until Sunday. Sorry faithful followers....

paintist says:

I thought it was great....what does Divine daughter think of the new doctor?

12th May 2010, 16:04

Twiglet says:

We all love the new Doctor and Amy too. Even I like the new Doctor and I am notoriously difficult to please when it comes to Time Lords. My favourite Doctor being Peter Davidson closely followed by the ninth Doctor, the wonderful Christopher Ecclestone.

I suppose I will now be beaten to death by outraged Worzel Gummidge fans : )

13th May 2010, 09:01

taniwha says:

Peter Davidson? the country vet? Really?

13th May 2010, 09:50

Twiglet says:

Yes! Please don't beat me to death...

13th May 2010, 11:37

Bro A says:

I'm with taniwha on this.As an old git who remembers the 60s Doctors and a relatively recent (re-) convert, I like the new Doc and his previous incarnation.Dr.Nine was to my mind rather detached and Davidson just too nice.

13th May 2010, 11:38

Twiglet says:

When Peter Davidson was the Doctor I was in my 20s... I also fancied him as Tristan Farnham in *All creatures grunt and smell* and as someone else in *A very peculiar practice*. It wasn't actually about his acting abilities or his suitability as The Doctor. I thought he was cute OK?

Dr Nine was brilliant! Much better than Dr Ten who I could never really believe in. Is there something wrong with the Dr being a bit detached anyway? I think Ten was too touchy feely and lovey dovey... He made the programme too girly.

13th May 2010, 11:52

Bro A says:

Backs off rapidly--I didn't realise it was a crush-thing, I loved Tristan (& Robert Hardy)too, in the vet thing. I have fond memories of watching it on a Sunday evening with you & the family. Nothing wrong with Ecclestone's detachment, I liked Dr Ten's vulnerability,that's all. Sorry :(

14th May 2010, 14:42

Twiglet says:

Vulnerability?

Get out of it you big girl's garter... : )

14th May 2010, 15:22

taniwha says:

I hadn't really thought about Eccleston's detachment but you are probably right. He also seemed to exemplify something that the latter two have continued - a love of adventure. These Doctors are swashbuckling types.

The latest Doctor is fab definitely but I do think he's a little bit too impressed with himself as 'The Mighty Doctor', 'the protector of earth', 'the thing you never, ever put in a trap'. He's coming across a bit like a footballer really ...

... that said, dig the sexual frisson though between him and the assistant. Could start a bow tie revival.

14th May 2010, 15:33

Twiglet says:

Hmmmm... I know what you're saying about Dr Eleven taniwha and you really should see Dazzle_Dust's impression of him. Side splitting in the extreme!

As for the UST, I'm not sure about it in family viewing. I preferred Donna who didn't seem to have any interest in the interior of the Doctor's pants. : )

14th May 2010, 17:41