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Previously on "Who was the best television Master?"

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  • vetran
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    So, you've not seen it since the 70s, and you think this thread is more tedious than the program?



    Hubba Hubba!

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Nope. Perhaps "just as tedious" would have been more accurate.
    I think this thread is rather more interesting that the late 80s Dr Who. But the 70s Dr Who was fun (FFS, some where scripted by Douglas Adams), and the post 2000 ones have had rather better production values.

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  • Mordac
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    So, you've not seen it since the 70s, and you think this thread is more tedious than the program?
    Nope. Perhaps "just as tedious" would have been more accurate.

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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Triffic, another Dr Who thread that's even more tedious than the programme. Do the sets still look like the product of a primary school art project, like they did in the 70's?
    So, you've not seen it since the 70s, and you think this thread is more tedious than the program?



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  • LondonManc
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Triffic, another Dr Who thread that's even more tedious than the programme. Do the sets still look like the product of a primary school art project, like they did in the 70's?
    No, they've got a decent budget these days. Besides, I've see Kylie in a maid's outfit and Karen Gillan in a police stripper outfit. Unfortunately the kids were watching Dr Who at the time so that got awkward.

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  • MarillionFan
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    Originally posted by Mordac View Post
    Triffic, another Dr Who thread that's even more tedious than the programme. Do the sets still look like the product of a primary school art project, like they did in the 70's?

    Go **** your self

    Rassilon

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  • Mordac
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    Triffic, another Dr Who thread that's even more tedious than the programme. Do the sets still look like the product of a primary school art project, like they did in the 70's?

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  • NotAllThere
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    Missy was a great character, but she lacked the menace of prior incarnations so I never saw here as "The Master". Potty, but a little bit needy.

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  • MarillionFan
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    Bananas!

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  • Diver
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    Originally posted by wendigo100
    Isn't it sex discrimination to always have a chap as the Master?

    Should we be entertaining the idea of a Mistress?
    I am, but unfortunately lack the energy.

    Ah, the blue pills!

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  • The Master
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    Well it's looking good for me, the original and best.

    Seems like AndyW is even more schizophrenic than I thought.

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  • angusglover
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    Originally posted by wendigo100
    Isn't it sex discrimination to always have a chap as the Master?

    Should we be entertaining the idea of a Mistress?

    I tried that...the missus said "NO"

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  • Lucifer Box
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    Originally posted by zeitghost
    Which is saying something....

    Oooops....

    Sorry.

    Did I say that out loud?
    I think you'll be okay, Zeity, his agony booth is probably too small for you to fit in it.

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  • The Master
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    Well, there's always the Rani I suppose but her schemes were even more crackpot than mine.

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  • The Lone Gunman
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    Originally posted by wendigo100
    Isn't it sex discrimination to always have a chap as the Master?

    Should we be entertaining the idea of a Mistress?
    I have been entertaining one for.......... oops, sorry, no I didn't say that.

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