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Doctor Who finale - The Big Bang

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JackieNo Tue 22-Jun-10 15:33:42

Here you go. Shiny new thread, let's hope this one goes a bit quicker.

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JackieNo Tue 22-Jun-10 15:39:34

Did anyone else snurk at this Daily Mail (sorry) story about Matt Smith 'canoodling' with his girlfriend? (and then feel slightly soiled for reading it?)

EnglandAllenPoe Tue 22-Jun-10 18:41:24

i have now jackie ...

TheJollyPirate Tue 22-Jun-10 18:48:50

A bit long lens and peeping Tom were some of those photos. Know what you mean about feeling soiled....

Cannot wait for the finale - and is Rory just a generated fake or will he be back?

mummyofexcitedprincesses Tue 22-Jun-10 19:49:53

Marking my place on the new thread- can't wait for Saturday!

Sammyuni Tue 22-Jun-10 19:53:24

Yep i'm really enjoying can't wait

nymphadora Tue 22-Jun-10 20:15:31

Signing in!

<marks place>

SoupDragon Tue 22-Jun-10 20:43:56

<<sets up sofa with large cushion to hide behind>>

ShadeofViolet Tue 22-Jun-10 20:45:58

I spoke to my Dad about the episode today - he reckons they are going to bring back into it the bit in Wales where Amy and Rory were waving to themselves.

Wasn't Rory some sort of Rory-shaped robot? I don't remember the original Rory having a gun inside his hand.

RustyBear Tue 22-Jun-10 20:58:06

Maybe River and the Doctor both go back on their own timelines and she kills the Doctor & is imprisoned for it, except that she doesn't kill him, she sends him back into his proper timeline - and maybe that's when he tells her his name...

SaintIncognita Tue 22-Jun-10 20:59:59

Yay, thank you for starting a brandspanking new thread Jackie,

I like the idea of the Doctor crossing his own time line, but I really would like Amy to be actually really no-we're-not-kidding-this-time dead because I'm a bit cheesed of with people coming back all the time or not being properly dead. My kids would hate it though, they love Amy Pond, even the three year old.

ShadeofViolet Tue 22-Jun-10 21:06:29

I think it will have something to do with Little Amy.

SaintIncognita Tue 22-Jun-10 21:33:42

Yeah - something to do with that odd bit in the first episode where it sounds like the TARDIS is dematerializing while little Amelia waits.

ThatVikRinA22 Tue 22-Jun-10 21:41:04

bagging a nice comfy spot on the new thread.

RustyBear Tue 22-Jun-10 21:45:57

This www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00sxfc7 on the BBC website seems to indicate you're right about Amelia......

stressed2007 Tue 22-Jun-10 22:01:39

This is the first time I have ever watched doctor who. I have absolutely LOVED it - it has been the best thing on tv for months. Award winning.

stressed2007 Tue 22-Jun-10 22:04:33

oh the bit with Matt introducing the big bang clips on that site. He is sexy - had n't realsied until now. Go and watch it!

ShadeofViolet Tue 22-Jun-10 22:51:01

No no - dont want to watch - must resist

ThatVikRinA22 Tue 22-Jun-10 22:52:55

ive just watched the trailers and im rediculously knicker-wettingly excited!

but ohhhhhhh what am i gonna do on a saturday night without the doctor....it seems to have been a short series!

persephonesnape Tue 22-Jun-10 23:02:16

hello! thread marking - how many sleeps?!

SoupDragon Wed 23-Jun-10 08:01:26

From that BBC link, "Watch Amy Pond's greatest moments". That won't take long.

AmyPond Wed 23-Jun-10 08:20:51

<pouts> 'doctaaaaaarrrrr!' <tosses hair> <screams.>

there you go. that's about it.

JackieNo Wed 23-Jun-10 08:22:49

Just thinking - can she 'remember' the doctor back into existence? She remembered him for so long, from when she first met the 'raggedy doctor' to when she met him again, her memories (which have also created the whole Stonehenge thing) are obviously important.

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