reply to post by mblahnikluver
Yup its a spin off that ties into the never ending Whoniverse
but its a little more gritty than Dr
I'm shocked you have not taken in the show, it seems pretty damn right up your ally. Its heart warming and alien involved, as well as complex and
deep. Some will say that is not true, but those folks have not watched enough "Who" to see how good it really is. The entire series dating all the
way back to the early 60s is one of the most amazing additions to the Sci Fi realm ever created, and the new show never disappoints.
I would love for you to start watching it actually.
I won't link to the new episodes since all online free sources are illegal or not supported by BBC (they are overly protective of the series), but
I'll tell ya they do exist online for free. Here is a short list of the first season's episodes-by name- of the 2005 series still running now in its
Ep 1- "Rose"
Ep 2- "End of the world"
EP 3- "The Unquite dead"
EP 4- "Aliens of London" (part 1)
EP 5- "World War Three" (part 2)
EP 6- "Dalek"
EP 7- "The Long Game"
EP 8- "Father's Game"
EP 9- "The Empty Child"
EP 10- "The Empty Child" (part 1)
EP 11- "The Doctor Dances" (part 2)
EP 12- "Boom Town"
EP 13- "Bad Wolf"
EP 14- "The parting of ways"
Find those and watch them in order and you will be up to date on what is going on. No need to watch all the old stuff from decades ago, that will get
you going fine. From there, you will surly be hooked or just think my taste sucks. But I'd bet big money you will be hooked.
After that series of 14 episodes, there are five more to watch, and what a fricken ride they are. Absolutely amazing work and the best Sci Fi out
To find them, I suggest doing a search by episode title name. You can find them on Netflix (I think?) if you got it but I have rewatched each and
every episode on foreign Tube-sites (mostly from japan) and with a little work you can find them.
I hope you do...if not, well I truly think you are missing out on some of the most endearing stories ever written for the Sci Fi genre as a whole. I
really mean that.
After all, its the only thing on TV I actually watch after giving up television for almost seven years now. I cut it all out of my life...but I just
couldn't leave the Doctor. He never left me during all the years of my life, I just couldn't do that to him.
He is my ultimate fictional hero after all.