#DoctorWho: the unintentionally funny ironic bloviating of dry drunk Peter Capaldi

“It can become a kind of franchise where it’s not a real character at all, but just an amalgam of elements that people think are Doctor Who: a scarf, a bow tie… I wanted to be the actual Doctor Who.” – Peter Capaldi

 

What, like sunglasses, adolescent wangst about being a good man, dressing in shit clothes which are basically a uniform, pantomime transvestites, black for black’s sake racecasting, mary sue companions, a character literally dressed in a bowtie and scarf, excruciating guitar playing scenes…

Not an amalgam of elements that people think are Doctor Who at all then, eh?

 

One more year of sub-McCoy shite then hopefully- a big change for the better.

 

#DoctorWho ‘s Jenna Coleman will NOT be quitting her role as the Time Lord’s assistant

Doctor Who’s Jenna Coleman will NOT be quitting her role as the Time Lord’s assistant

The 28-year-old actress’s decision to remain as the Time Lord’s glamorous assistant Clara Oswald in another series will delight millions of fan


Getty Jenna Coleman attends the "Doctor Who"
Staying put: Jenna Coleman

Jenna Coleman will not be saying Ta-tardis to Doctor Who as expected this Christmas.

The 28-year-old actress’s decision to remain as the Time Lord’s glamorous assistant Clara Oswald in another series will delight millions of fans.

Jenna had originally planned to bow out in the upcoming BBC1 festive special, and it was reported in August that the Doctor, played by Peter Capaldi, would soon be in need of a new sidekick.

But since then she has changed her mind about departing and asked to remain for the first half of the new season, to be broadcast next autumn.

Her decision to linger has thrilled bosses, including Steven Moffat, who believe she has great chemistry with Capaldi, 56.

But it has meant scrapping the first set of new scripts. One show source revealed: “When it came to Clara, they had to tear them up and start again.”

The rest of the special, teasingly entitled Last Christmas, sees the Doctor and Clara unable to fully determine between a fantasy world and reality.

They are helped along by Nick Frost as Santa, who comes to the pair’s aid and is the hero of the hour.

BBC Doctor Who Christmas Special
Going nowhere: Jenna Coleman in the Doctor Who Christmas Special

Describing the Christmas Day show, the BBC said: “The Doctor and Clara face their last Christmas. Trapped on an Arctic base, under attack from terrifying creatures, who are you going to call? Santa Claus!”

The insider added that Jenna had had a “change of heart” about leaving, having done just one series with Capaldi.

The pair, who have drawn widespread acclaim for their partnership, also bonded during the World Tour to promote series eight, for which they visited seven cities across five continents in 12 days.

 

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Moffat has stifled innovation to farcical levels. They are literally out of new ideas. And now they’re stuck with a companion. Judging by her unilateral decision, they have no other options and no master plan. Anyone who still thinks arcs are a good idea in Doctor Who need their head read- if there is so little control, so little real planning and apparently no consultation with actors dictating scripts- wrap it up, give it to someone else.

All this, and a shower of shit female Master.

Good times eh?

Anyone but an Anglo-Saxon, any culture but our own: #DoctorWho infiltrated and ruined. Will it happen again?

McCoy, who played the seventh doctor from 1987 to 1989, and Andrew Cartmel, the script editor at the time, both admitted the conspiracy, saying that it “seemed the right thing to do”. However, the secret messages remained a secret to all but Doctor Who insiders. Meanwhile the show’s popularity went into freefall and it was taken off air in 1989. McCoy, now 66, who took over as the Doctor three months after Margaret Thatcher’s third election victory in 1987, said they brought politics into the show “deliberately” but “very quietly”. He said: “We were a group of politically motivated people and it seemed the right thing to do.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/doctor-who/7235547/Doctor-Who-had-anti-Thatcher-agenda.html

This is the real origin of such “amazing” ideas as casting a woman or a black as The Doctor. It’s also the origin of the gay agenda in the otherwise extremely good Russell Davies era and the tiresome repetition of the homosexual “marriage” meme in the Moffatt era.

The BBC itself is so socialist and deviant in its composition they don’t even understand how abnormal is their patronising attitude to the Anglo-Saxon culture of their homeland. But as long as they take public money under false pretences they and the showrunners of Doctor Who need to be held to account.

All cultures are not equal, all countries are not equal and all roles are not equal. The Doctor is as iconic as Merlin the Magician or Batman. When DC wanted to have a go at diluting Batman or Green Lantern they minted new sexual or religious versions of the character. They didn’t make the original mainstream character into some sort of gender transgressive freak.

Peter Capaldi is the trojan horse beyond which the BBC will feel itself very free to “reinvent” or reimagine Doctor Who. They have very little inspiration other than the right-on politics and hatred for white anglo-saxon christians that motivates their largely jewish, marxist and homosexual clique.

That the same people who are still covering up for paedophiles have ANY input into drama and fantasy programming, let alone an invisible guiding hand, is a national fucking disgrace.

And yes, it does matter. subtle insertion of deviations into the imaginations of generations of English and more broadly British children should be a hanging offence. What adults watch or fetishise is one thing. Doctor Who is however not an American style cult / niche show. It is mainstream entertainment for the British public. How easily the showrunners forget this in their rush to somehow covertly bring a new Britain into being. If you disbelieve this is their intent, read a broader cross section of their interviews and commentary. The thespian world from which they come has little resemblance to the cultural milieu of their audience.