DeepSeaSquirrel
deepseasquirrel007
Feb 25 2017
7

Nah, second episode is the one where the Doctor can’t see a way out of a problem without doing something terrible until the companion suggests something, showing both how resourceful they are and how much the Doctor needs someone.

Feb 25 2017
7

Isn’t he usually introduced to his companions as a fun time travel person? And once they’re along for the ride things start getting kinda serious and depressing? But by that point they’re hooked on the adrenaline rush? What I’m saying is the Doctor is treated as a drug for his companions; the first hit’s free.

Feb 25 2017
12

I really do get that the companions are meant to act often as a sort of ‘audience in-scene proxy’ so that the Doctor’s complexities, actions and so on have a viable explanation-point and foil to play off of. A good devil’s advocate/as-you-know-Bob element for the viewers. But it’s become too much about the companion’s Read more

Jan 7 2017
2

No I dont, I tried looking for things in the news about it but never saw anyrhing. AND it might not have been sufficient but it was the best I could do at the time.

Jan 6 2017
8

Like I said earlier officially it was against company policy for some kind of agreement with Apple/IBM about privacy or whatnot. But I still made an anonymous call to the guys local police department about it when I got home.

Jan 6 2017
5

I don’t understand people at all. Can they seriously not go 9 whole hours looking at boobs?

Jan 6 2017
12

Officially no. I forgot the verbage used because it was like 10-12 years ago. but we had some privacy clause I went to my supervisor, manager and HR and there was nothing to do. We fix the laptop and send it back. Unofficially, I went home that day and called his local police department and left an anonymous tip that Read more

Dec 29 2016
1

He’s only used the Angels a couple of times, though, counting Blink, and with the exception of Time of the Doctor, they’ve been real threats. They ultimately did send back Amy and Rory, for example, and the Doctor could not save them.

Dec 28 2016
15

Or. OR! Since season-long arcs are a thing, he fails to stop them steal something for a grander plan early on, and then he spends the rest of the season recruiting other heroes for the big thing he knows they’re going to do. Read more

Dec 28 2016
34

Steven Moffat says that great villains lose their impact if they show up again and again.

Oct 27 2016
18

I can’t wait to see the outcome of this case. The driver is so fucked! Driving no insurance to cover his actions will be another line on the sheet for the police. Read more

Oct 27 2016
542

“Royal Towing, the towing company involved, has called and apologized to Montgomery, and offered to pay to have the transmission serviced, but wanted the videos taken offline.”

Tow companies are SCUUUUUUMMMMMMBAGS. Read more