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- 20 hours ago
hon let me sum this up for you
its not just the shit effects its the rubbish storys that are boring and take 50 episodes to finish characters that put you to sleep as well as not much action going on and a crap sound track to.
to sum it up
the third three doctors where boring as hell and never did alot through i only saw a couple of them
tom barker is alright and kind of funny but the show was still dull sadly
peter davson was cute and i liked him but again the episodes where boring and went on forever
and then you had colin who was utter rubbish and ruined the show and maccoy or whatever looked like a fat verson of the ridler from batmans.
the shows just old and sad now and fans need to let it go now(like the frozen song lol)
First of all, the effects are not shit in the least, as people had to work hard to make the best of what they had for a weekly television show with a small(ish) budget and the results are actually flipping awesome. I don’t know how one could expect movie like effects in these circumstances.
Second, lots of the stories aren’t boring and are actually quite engaging, if you have any attention span whatsoever.
Third, the serials go for longer periods because they didn’t have the large time slot like they do for the new episodes now.
Fourth, the characters are not in the least boring. They have their own personalities and fears. Some scream in the face of danger (which is perfectly normal) and some run over daleks in a truck. Some are warriors and others are teachers. Each are different and as spectacular as the new companions.
Fifth, action is very present in classic who. We have Venusian aikido, enough said.
Sixth, like I said before, the classic episodes did not have the budget of the new ones so they couldn’t afford an orchestra to make all their music each week. People put their heart and souls into some of the music composed, an example being the title music, which is still being used to this day.
Seventh, the first second and third doctors were some of the most different doctors there were. A grumpy old man who felt superior to everyone else (despite being the youngest doctor). The second doctor was a bumbling little space hobo who hid his intelligence and plans behind a cheery personality (and he inspired matt’s doctor to be how he is). The third doctor was an action man who didn’t mind beating up some of his enemies (and looking dashing while doing so). Tom BAKER’s doctor was a funny eccentric fellow who’s stories were in no way boring (fighting a giant robot, a giant plant and the loch ness monster). Peter DAVISON’s doctor was more human like than most of the other doctors and his stories were in no way boring if you payed attention. Colin Baker’s doctor was a very stubborn but caring doctor, who’s stories may be some of the best.Sylvester MCCOY’s doctor was dark and manipulative underneath his very bright personality, who was an extremely good doctor even to the end (also calling someone fat is never nice).
Eighth, the age of something does not justify how good or bad it is, some things get even better with age and if a show that started in the 60’s can still have a strong fan base, then it shows that some people can’t appreciate good things. We will never let our fan base go, we will never think that people like you would change us and what we love.
Also, if classic who wasn’t like it was, new who wouldn’t exist, so be grateful with what you have.
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- 20 hours ago
He built a freaking TARDIS door, had it leading into a classroom, and dressed up as the 11th Doctor. When I pushed the doors opened, he appeared and said:
"Fezzes are red
The TARDIS is blue
I would sure love
To go to Prom with you.”
OH MY GOODNESS THIS IS THE BEST THING IVE EVER SEEN IN MY ENTIRE LIFE
YOU MARRY THAT BOY
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- 20 hours ago