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    Re: Mrs/Miss Dr Who

    Daleks are the singular most sinister characters ever on television.

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    Re: Mrs/Miss Dr Who

    Quote Originally Posted by SatchFan View Post
    Perhaps we'll get a girlie Dalek.
    The wooden cyberman a few Christmases ago was played by a woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pathetic Shark View Post
    I began watching Dr Who with Jon Pertwee and then Tom Baker. I suffered through Sylvester McCoy. I watched it when it came back with Christopher Ecclestone and David Tennant. Now it has turned to utter utter crap. Thank you BBC for ruining what was the best longest-running sci-fi show in history. Take your political correctness and shove it.
    I'll probably regret this but why is is now politically correct?

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    Sometimes programmes need t make a bold decision. I don't think Dr Who has worked for the last two series and this is a way of getting new viewers, generating interest and at the end of the day why not. For those that do watch regularly, we came close with Doctor/Donna so is it really that big a leap of faith from there?

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    Cracking appointment! It will definitely add a different dimension. Imagine the old brigadier having to deal with a woman! I haven't watched one right through since Tennant but I'll definitely give it a punt. Well done BBC for stepping away from stereotyping.
    Give it big humpties

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    I wouldnt be surprised if the tories privatise him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liverbirdie View Post
    I wouldnt be surprised if the tories privatise him.
    At least he'd be more efficient and cost effective
    Give it big humpties

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    You might think the BBC has problems
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    Re: Mrs/Miss Dr Who

    What was the quote:

    Time travel, no problem
    Immortality, no problem
    Aliens, no problem
    Female Doctor, aaaarrrgghhh

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    Re: Mrs/Miss Dr Who

    It's funny how people who accept a shape-shifting, time-travelling immortal character are unable to accept female lead for that character in a television show.
    I thought Michelle Gomez as Missy (nee The Master) in Doctor Who was terrific.

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