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Originally posted by clintdelicious
reply to post by mblahnikluver
I think it wa a bbc show. A kinda piss take sci fi series with lesbians in n stuff
Originally posted by Kryties
One of the characters happens to be bi-sexual yes, but this shouldn't detract from the greatness of the series unless you are homophobic or something.
Originally posted by Mr Mask
reply to post by Extralien
OMG...you just didn't post Jack is the Face of-
I can't even type it...
You can't do that!
Spoiler Alert! And possibly the biggest one in the entire series!
In the episode "Last of the Time Lords", the immortal time traveller Captain Jack Harkness expresses concern about how he might look if he lives "for a million years", because although he can't die, he is still aging, albeit slowly. He tells the Doctor and Martha Jones that it's a matter of vanity, because he "used to be a poster boy when [he] was a kid in the Boeshane Peninsula", as "the first one ever to be signed up for the Time Agency," earning him the name "the Face of Boe". This astonishes Martha and the skeptical Doctor.
Writer Russell T Davies, in the episode's commentary, called the implication of this scene "a theory" as to the Face of Boe's origins, prompting Executive Producer Julie Gardner to urge him to "stop back-pedaling" about the two characters being the same. Davies also said that after writing the scene he inserted a line in the ADR recording for "Gridlock" in which the Face of Boe calls the Doctor "old friend". However, Davies doesn't like making the relationship explicit, stating "the moment it became very true or very false, the joke dies". He has refused the publication of spin-off novels and comic books that have tried to definitively link the two.
Originally posted by Extralien
reply to post by thedoctorswife
i had no idea..
It's 4 year old news here.. I've got no idea as to how 'up-to-date' any other country is..
Originally posted by SaturnFX
I quite liked torchwood...good series, but only caught the first season.
Watch it (like many other lesser knowns) online. funny, for a bazillion different channels on cable, they sure take their time getting decent programming from overseas on.
Still waiting for Dr. Who to pick up...trying not to watch the episodes online, but they are what, 2 seasons behind over here now...I think SyFy cancelled it (because they went from SciFi to SyFy, which included cancelling any quality show they had and replace it with rasslin, endless ghost hunters, and an auction show)
Its worth the watch...its not as intriguing as Dr Who, but its much better than that Sarah Jane crap they tried to put on.