17 Burst results for "Steven Moffat"

"steven moffat" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Something Who

"Is certainly happy to be on camera talking about it talking about his concept and why he made people scary and all that he's done interviews and that happens. When when people's were does get paid rewrites in there just consummate professional so keen to infer things. But i don't know. I mean there is. It's a funny script. Then steve mafa rights funny script. No deduction can be made there. I would say. I mean it's hard but i would say that it feels more like simonize comedy than steven moffat. S- tends to be a bit sort of whittier rather than i guess. Yeah so quite cruel. isn't it. I mean it is quite paiko blatantly. Sort of telling rory as the third wheel or whatever. Yeah but you know. I mean assignment does do stuff like that but again. So so steve moffat so you can't these part. I don't think it's an interesting thing. This is the same that is is just what semi thinking that it was just so frankly given the so most of the buffets ever is obsessing on discount to study of the doctor and like taking about what it means to be the dealt with and so on and i was just watching this toby jones's lines and just thinking. This really does such in job of taking part in analyzing the delta today it's almost vendors l- of what follows then vidana in in the later morphou air redundance is kind of so much is actually said said veto front here in all the stuff with him constantly movie on abandoning abandoning his companions. Leaving the medical grownup stuff says such strong things about the doctor that it seems like a very bold thing for a visiting one of guest writers especially and half the things that says. Wouldn't you just wouldn't know if you weren't most most. Mr donahue fans wouldn't think to write this something with this gives them to the hoped his self loathing and insecurities in this way..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Because i think that's one of the been a chief complaints about the chris chip no erez that it doesn't really have as much heart as it uniquely. In some places it does rob. But i think it just needs more and i think we'll probably get that You know we. I think something that you will probably be happy about. Is that chances. Are we'll probably get the return of christmas specials as specials. Yes and i read that somewhere else that they thought they were talking about things that they that they should change and one of them is they do think that the christmas special kept doctor who kind of in mind. So yes i. I just love that. Christmas special and i realize does it really matter. It's you new year's day or not but it just feels a little more special yes I agree with you The other thing. I like and i'll jump in the rest of your list is he. He embraced doctor who lower like he. He respected the classic who was not afraid to take on new themes in new challenges. So he now has another x. Amount of years dr who lure that he can roll into his stories. He has all of what you know The previous stood where you know we matt era and and you know all the in you know at a not eccleston you know. All the policies era jody's whitaker's era. So you have all this a new story lines about gala free coming back and the you know the the doctor possibly being time agent You know there's a lot now that if he wants to weave into this he could. Yeah and i think it's probably a good thing that chris chip killed off the time lords again. It's kind of funny. Because you know russell t davies got rid of the time lords and then steven moffat brock them back in the day of the doctor and then chris chip no got rid of them again..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

Fusion Patrol

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Fusion Patrol

"Well i mean that's the thing. Yeah yeah so. I don't know but i i would. I would have ended it. I think that if if i were doing this I would've either had them step out in the backyard of the house or i would have not shown was outside the door when he opened it. That just opened the door and fade out because if they knew they were going to be making another. Dodge story is the sequel. Which apparently they did that. They were making dollar movies. Throw this red herring. That's never gonna come to fruition out there. Okay it's a cliffhanger. We'll sit cliffhanger. We're not going to see. The end of and i know stephen moffatt loves to do that. I'm sure that in the next episode the first thing they're going to say thank goodness. We got away from those roman soldiers. Oh but you don't blame stephen moffatt for this. I am not blaming steven moffat for this film. But i can see in fights deep navy. That's the idea from. But i think he did something quite nice with this film. I mean if you're going to acknowledge the existence of film in my you saying that he created the new paradigm alex. No i wonder if they were inspired by the year at dialects in this in the novelization. Deb's dr moffat has Kate stewart explained. Laura that the peter cushing doctor who movies were based on the doctor's exploits and peter cushing was actually a friend of the doctor to whom he lent coats. So i think if you're going to have this kind. Parallel non-candidate is quite neat. Little explanation for it is going to get somewhat secular at some point because the film does credit. Terry nation and terry nation obviously did write for tv series of doctor who but in remembrance of the dialects when the continuity announcer comes on the telly while perhaps the perhaps it's instead of in the real doctor who universe perhaps the writers of the film were inspired by ian and barbara telling their tales because they would have been part of both of them. So you know. Maybe they're the writers. Maybe maybe barbara did that. She seems like a writer. Yeah well no. It would have been been peter cushing telling telling i guess it could have been peter to make the doctor had been up to so then well makes you wonder what doctor was his friend Might not be hartnell. Who who who would. Who would have suited the coat of pertwee. Isn't it but it's velvety quite hot. Little stretch without his net. Maybe it's again Pity pity we have an organization. Yeah i don't know that. I have anything else i mean. I have the threat to hang over that. We are going to look at the dalek invasion film which i'm sure gets the entire group back together for board ventures service in spacing only one year later. Yeah i mean obviously all the same actress will be available for that clearly. We'll stay will say could've ending. They could have set up opening. The doors Tartus onto a city. That would have been quietly. They could have done that. Or the sequel you you. You could have made it. Their backyard.

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"That was that was a surprise. It's like wow there really. Wasn't that much praise there wasn't i mean there were probably were little nods here and there. If you really paying attention. I mean just you know from what she was looking for. But you know it's like okay. She could just be trapped inside some sort of you know. Like one of the dalek statue status type things one of the prototype. So you know i didn't put it pass. I didn't think anything of it. They could she actually be alec. Yeah i mean the way this shot. The nick shot this essentially you get the vibe. That she's in some kind of like a little apartment somewhere right or prison was nacre comfortable. So you're like okay. Well did this asylum have like human operators or whatever you know like you know. And then why she wearing able. Why does she have an apron. And why is she. Where is she getting. Souffles from are making souffles from so it was very puzzling. And then you thought okay. Well maybe she's a captive of the dialects somehow and need to be liberated or you know maybe she us supplies from the the alaska perhaps and set up like a little. She'd been there supposedly for a year. So you figure okay well. Maybe she just made herself a little home hiding out from the knowledge all this time but no it was all in her mind and You know after hearing her voice like the the doctor only gets to hear her voice he never gets to see aswin so he's a little. He's you know the doctor being the doctor. He's he's kind of adding up all these little things along the way in coming up to this conclusion which much to his horror gets confirmed once he goes into the room that aswin is supposedly in only to find a dollar instead of a human there and and then and then we get the realization. That aswin is in complete. Denial that she's a. She's a actually a dalek. Now and she still thinks she's human in insisting and you're like i am not a dollar. I am not a dialect. This horrific panic setting in right. And then we get that callback couple seasons later when missy trips clara inside. The body of a dalek edgy. Who wrote that episode. Nothing yes yeah. So steven moffat has some kind of fetish about turning gentleman into a dalek. I'm just saying ya little thing. He's got some weird little fancy going on there. I know but But yeah just. I thought it was such a powerful reveal and you know ultimately though the doctor gets her to accept.

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Tuck. The whole thing creepy like right. So so what did you make of of seeing river song this episode and you know realizing that this is more of madam variant in the the silence. They're mystery. I when i first sign like whoo river. And then when madame k showed up oh great. It's you and we're going to get then. You know when the whole thing you know. Kill the darkness off so we're going to get a little more answer as to the setup to what happened at lakes unseal like okay. Yeah but why. Now well curly the scene. This whole sequence was written by steven moffat. Okay it was kind of you know. This wasn't something gareth. Roberts wrote he actually. It was Moffitt wanting to attack this on to the episode so ignorant kind of made sense because you don't have river songs his baby right that he kind of wanted to use her in Use it to kind of remind people that will. Hey you know we've got remember. Remember the big overarching storyline. While here. there we go right before right before the season finale. For those of you who are complaining that this isn't going to get wrapped up. Here's a clue yet. It is right right. Because i know i think a lot of us know when we first watch this. We're kind of surprised we're like what is the episode before the finale. And you're not really addressing the overarching storyline. The other so moffett worked in and Can set up. Set up the table a little bit so rivers trying to like realize okay. So who's this medica. Variant is talking to me right now. Career madame k. Tells her don't bother because you know we've been working on your memory in couple of silence. Show up behind her. So we're like oh. This isn't good. Madam covering introduces them as rivers owners in calls her melody pond. Which immediately freaks out river because like how. How do you.

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Okay great i love. This is in no particular order. I should okay. So i felt like i. I'm i'm not include rosen the list. Because i feel like she was. She's a default favorite. Soy so when this out. So i got bill. Why really liked. Because she wasn't interested in the dr ramone typically she was a character he was gay but it wasn't about her. Being gay was just something that got mentioned in passing and one of my favorite conversations with was with her in the roman soldiers where this guy was hitting on her and she was like. Oh sorry. i'm interested in women and he. He was like walk only women. Yeah in ancient rome. Everyone was like by. That was really. I really enjoyed that The second my second favorite companion of older. I written down his clara I think she gets a lot of hate which i think is on fat. The to the reason that she gets love hate was the writing around her and the over complexity of her storyline. Yes but a character. I really liked her. And she's from blackpool so in case you can't tell from my accent. We have very similar accents and generally to people who from britain or the uk. All our excellent sound very similar book. Main clara light the same accident. It's always appreciated the so. I always laugh. Even though i don't get the joke but i understand it's supposed to be funny when you know when the doctor says a lot of planets have a north. Because you know to me you know a Accent doesn't sound like a north accent but obviously it is. And i think that's laura. I'm from the north of england. Like you got my accent's quite toned down my downscale very strong accent and my mom has like just to kind of neutral accent. So i i definitely changed my accent so how am speaking to you now is definitely a toned down version of my accent but yeah it's yes this. Every planet has the north. I kind of really liked that but instincts. Most people who i meet who on from the uk ashim australian. Because i don't sound like the queen makes sense. They don't people can't place you being from london said they assume you're not from britain. The clause on my list because okay i think she she wasn't just by the writing and also i look axes because it's the same as mine. Did you like her ending that. She's traveling out the world with aria. From game of thrones. Yeah i i like the idea of it. But i felt how we got there with overcomplicated. Al-said yeah i like the idea of the two of them just go from being brought us on narrowed the just just mafa don't know what else does he ever complicate about slowly much. So yeah i just. I had a friend once and and i don't know how familiar are with excel and spreadsheets but I had a boss who would He would write these complicated. You know excel formulas that when you could go sell see one slash sell see two would get you the answer but you know he would write all these complicated and i think steven moffat has written some brilliant episode so but i do think as he got on right he got more and more complicated like instead of saying point a to point. B is a story. We're going go..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Something Who

"But anyway All i think i think it's a very pleasant story and it might have been improved more drama but other than that. I think the cheese when it says Strongly well and i'm so glad we have is occasionally rather than bad original sons fiction I think i should leave it. Lesson of forty two years. Well yes i mean. In general i would agree and in particular situation. Anything you tell me. We're going to make ninety four. I've just had a birthday since we last recorded up with you. Lockstep throws a couple of nice code into the into the mix of things and so i find the delta clubbing. Dan ramana at the end of up. isn't it yet effective. Because i think we have a. I confess i wanted to see for my identity. We actually have a have a given a clue neither full hands. That's about that particular scheme rentals. He had most of the things we know. We know what's coming. The plan is but in. That case is quite a quite a nice surprise. You think she ends up seizing. What else going on obviously be talking with gaza. The comparisons with with the book with the prisoners enda and in disguise oversee that hinged on the idea that the here vessel as is the double and so he asked to kind of the roses of the doctor and the android gets a one sign. And so we don't have all the only other monkey man with doubles. We don't have the idea of ramana and having another set of tickets going on event as it was pretty faithful to the to the book on the other hand. Yes they spits. They split one protagonist and ended. United's the two antagonists on the other side. Because you have that michael and defense who is much together grendel of greg's hints. I was kind of henchman to black michael. This woman who wants to as she gets onto the it onto the sun. The one thing. I have done they've actually they fix a plateau in the original. Which is when they have the drugging seen hunting lodge in the in the actual book that michael comes in and takes away but a penny leaves the twin yet. Despite presumably they're being into between the double ganger he's at leasing lying around for to be might whereas in this season the android is being have packed house so so it makes more sense that go into this somewhat taken aback when they open the oven. Adilson carnation chained wins and defenses. Pat me on the sewing. Good point just a little nicer to has to tape it fisher yet okay. Are we ready to a second one. Yes let's move onto from castle so our second story robot of sherwood written by mark gatiss from the early part of series. Say i mean we already look too deep breath. Well it didn't feel i that long ago with project forty six months ago Interestingly for this era's does no credit for steven moffat in it. So you're seems like muck cases at one the elastic to go away and right stuff. Trust him than doesn't sort of spend time fiddling with it And directly point paul murphy. He also directed the caretaker. Ira i think he's only two stories. As far as i could tell..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

06:55 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Very, is she could since that magnetism, right? Yeah it's been said that men delorean allure there few Yeah. So I think that was a nice little subplot that You know. The one thing I thought was interesting about the comparison between the zero and the and the marks if you noticed the more ox. Apart from being you know the the bad guys being white like you pointed out. the more ox were essentially middle aged guys. Yes they were and zero. Were kind of like these young you know mop top. Yes. Young men. So it was almost like. Kind of talking a little bit of the youthful you know the young people wanting change wanting revolution against you know they're they're older Stagnant. In in the oppressors, I, guess almost like A. A you know showing the generation gap this old. I did not pick that up to nineteen, sixty five with starting their fire catching fire with the Beatles and everything and I'm sure that was a begins with a hippie revolution leave. That was definitely what they were going for. When they went casting. You know subtly trying to show that. I think that was really well done I also I like it when the doctor and his companions get involved like they don't there is. When we talk, we talk we talked about the gun fighters. One of our complaints was that the doctor and his companions were more like observers, active participants right. This story is completely the opposite and whatever the version of. The game and Prime Directive you know every once in a while the shining rose that throw that out there you know but normally we don't and I liked the idea that you get involved 'cause you know time can be written less it can't be for the race of the story. This is early taste of the doctor who Wants to free oppressed people. Yes, and you know it sees injustice in does something about it? Yes. And and again I think that's a change from his first season. On where heartless first Dr was more of like I don't want to get involved. You know just you know Lee Susan me alone and you know we shouldn't interfere with this. And here he's becoming more actively. involved in actually taking. Steps to interfere. In plants development and and you know three people, you could make the argument that this is his companions influence. When he first started he and him, we're just going to be observers just we've stolen the Tartus, go watch things and because of his working with the humans and is other companions of they influenced him. They influenced the doctor and this is why he was more active I also I liked the ending where he was very you know very self-satisfied all happy about you know he's gotten a little bit some kind of device like they gave Oh, the time space visualize her yes. Which essentially is like a time TV. Yes. That that you know if we ever get around to the chase, we need to talk about the chase very important story. When Barbour leave but But Yeah we get to see that time space visualize or working as as essentially the in that story the doctor brings up the Beatles watches them on on. TV. Oh, how cold we got to hear a couple of Beatles songs. So it's pretty cool. Nice Yeah. So early using the target two favorite shows like, oh. Exactly so so yeah. So you probably get a kick out of seeing that. Absolutely. Yeah. Any other thoughts no I don't think. So I just you know. Essentially it was. It was a story they it's it had a very high concept. Idea of you know, what would you do if you had to change your own history or your own future? I should say so to prevent something horrible from happening to you, and then it kind of in in episodes two, three, four, it shifts gears. And essentially takes on the traditional like will. Okay. Oppressed people are rising up against their oppressors. I think that's a fair and that was my criticism on it. Still doesn't make it a bad episode it because I mean because it does tie together you yes and in in debt revolution is actually as I talked about. Is what gets them out of their predicament? Yes. With a with a with the display cases in the Museum Space Museum. So so it does serve a purpose it does and I want to just say that well, we just completely abandoned the premise because. They didn't abandon it. They just kind of told a different story to get to the resolution of that. Absolutely. Yeah. At least a non. Any completely unexpected story right and in a little more leany linear story than and I think that's just my minor quiz. I would like to seen a little more scenes about like the glass breaking and then coming back up and just a few other things would have been nice to see you. I'm sure if Steven MOFFAT had written this. Story it would've it would've made your brain explode at the league. Yes. All right. Okay. All right. You don't have anything else. Do you have any favorite quotes from? I just have one but was The when I heard this. I I. I. had to pause and save it. When Ian Says Dr? Why do you always showed the greatest interest in the least important things And the doctor the least important thing. Sometimes my dear boy lead to the greatest discoveries and I loved that quote I was like Oh that is so who've Ian, I that's that's awesome. How about you? You got a your that was a great one that was when I had Let's see Ian. Back, when they kind of wake up in the they find that their close from the previous story, the crusade have been replaced by their normal everyday clothes..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"In those rather comedic lab sequences the used to do back in the day with a lot of prop gags that one peter craze who plays Darko in the story another one of the zero. He is the younger brother of Michael. Craze who is a William Hartnell. Era Companion Ben Jackson whom we talked about when we talked about the war machines and we also when we talked about the tenth planet so I thought that was pretty interesting that Ben's brother turns up in this one He also played a character named Dupont in patrons final story the war games in a character name cost in Tom Baker Story Nightmare of Eden we had an actor named I've ore. As more commander in I thought he was interesting because he played a character named Odysseus in previous story or at least later story the mythmakers from the William Hartnell era and he played Sergeant Markham all the way later in the Peter Davison era in this story black market and we house had Peter Diamond who played a more technician and I thought he was interesting because he played the Tuscan Raider who attacks Luke in the very star wars film you know they got the the Tuscan Raider that goes. Which? Feeds makes a lot of sense right because they film this in the UK So obviously character actors hanging around they're like, Hey, they just need a Gig, right so if anything there's there's a lot of cross contamination between star wars and doctor who probably because Hey George Lucas to watch doctor who back in the day and kind of Nafta couple of things here and there along the way little bit primarily the personality of Yoda which pretty much resembles William heartless. I, Dr I'm just saying I'm just putting that out there I am so glad you brought that up especially when he laughs like in this story. Yeah raise all. All mischievous and everything. That's Fricken Yoda. I'm telling you that and I'm telling you Charles Right I made this note the bad guys are in white. Episode and the good guys are in Black Yeah exactly and you know. Once again, this is nineteen, sixty five. So twelve years before star wars comes out just pointing that out there. Peter Diamond was also in empire strikes back in return of the jet I Jamie was, but he was also in two superman movies, Superman two and Superman for the quest for peace, and he was also in raiders of the lost Ark. So that's a pretty that's a pretty impressive resume as far as I'm concerned. Absolutely. Don't even though most of those rules are Kinda bit player roles still pretty cool to say, Hey, I, wasn't superman to. Raise the lost Ark Star Wars Empire Yeah. Very. Nice. That's a pretty solid acting resume or acting CV as they say in the UK. So just thought I'd mention that Trivia this time I talked about this being the first story to deal with dimensions of time and space writer Glyn Jones. He also acted in doctor who playing a character named Crohn's in Tom Baker Story. Called the santorin experiment, which we haven't covered yet he's one of only five writers who have both written and acted in doctor who the others of course being Victor Pemberton en- Derrick Sherwin from the classic era and Mark Gatiss, Toby Whitehouse from the modern era. So just thought I'd mention that it's kind of interesting to see writers getting some acting roles in this area go. Turn for writers WHO. Want to get in front of the screen instead of writing the dialogue in the words for everything going on. Absolutely you probably notice that William Heart. It was missing during episode three of this story loss because hey holiday, which is something I've talked about before that especially during the William Hartnell and Patrick Trout narrows the doctor would kind of be written out for an episode here and there because when they like to go on vacation or maybe weren't feeling well or what have you so that was actually one of my notes and. So, kind of jump ahead you know I I was going to ask you was it. Heart, health yeah. That he it appears he's on the sidelines fairly often. Now, this could be just because of the episodes you and I picked and to watch, and maybe that isn't but the ones we watched it's like. Yeah, are we sure this is dr who or is it the opinions featuring Dr? Who who? Well, it's not that bad. His is that he is in three out of four episodes. Yes I am seventy, five percent. That's a solid see. Okay and lastly, the dollar shell that we see in the museum this was the final appearance of the original design of the dialects until way in two thousand, fifteen with magician's apprentice when that was been of course, Steven Moffat. Brought decided like, Hey, let's show all the Daleks, all the various eras and won't that be cool to see them on Scarrott like that. So a lot of older fans like myself definitely appreciated that. All right. So we have three topics I. Don't have a theme, but I do have titles for each segment. So topic number one, I wanNA talk about wanders in the fourth dimension, which is a not to align from. William Hartnell made back in an an an an earthly child the very first doctor who story. So, here, I wanNA talk about the first doctor in Barbara and Vicki who through a rather unexpected event ended up jumping time track as the Tartus lands before it lands, and they start exploring and find that they're not able to touch things and. not, leave any footprints and and it's it's all very mysterious until the doctor finally figures out what's going on ultimately this all leads to a rather ominous potential threat as getting a glimpse of their own future. They see themselves in display cases in the space museum and their mission now is to prevent that from ever happening in essentially altering time so it doesn't happen. So, so pretty cool premise especially for nineteen sixty five and I'm dying to know your thoughts about all this. Yeah. I really liked the premise of the setup and the you know the we've got the food dispenser by the way the first time I've seen, which is so cheesy but lovely where it takes forever just to get a cup of water instead of just. Like, a water cooler. Out Yes. and the you no footprints were enclosed and the doctor going. Of course we are of course, we'd be dressed like, no no, you understand we were in period clothes. Now we're GONNA rigor close. So I, thought that was a great setup. This episode was really strong setting up like Oh man I'm really into this story. As I'm watching this My initial reaction and As I said the time was I don't like the first doctor. He is not a likable doctor I. don't care for him whatsoever I mean the grumpy. GRANDPA. Just doesn't work for me. You should totally identify with grumpy often very grumpy. Captain Grumpy So you know I just I don't get how anyone loves this I don't get how this series worked. But then I realized part of the five here. Yes. So I re washed part of it and I got to the thought selection sequence were. Trying to interrogate the doctor. And this is so charming and so funny and he is so holier than now. Dr Ish that I'm like okay. Yeah. This is this is the Jim the bedrock of what all future doctors this kind of dialogue and he playing right smart at the smartest in the room..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

08:11 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"I know you you had a little bit of thoughts already. got. Anymore. Yes Doctor talks trash about GORTEX manipulators all the time he says it's cheap and dirty time travel but does he loved to play with it? I would never see him using the Tartus like that. Right bouncing around here there everywhere speaking of which the comet though it's a smaller universe. So He says he can get away with it. He said that's. That's For. Sure. I bet it works like that normally right? And Bill and Ted Hello bootstrap paradox. The whole situation just would not be able to happen, and if it didn't already happened that, yeah, we're in a loop. It's like he he wouldn't be able to get out of the Pandora if Maury wasn't able to open it with the. Sonic screwdriver which he gave to him to get him out of which he wouldn't be able to do if he got out of Yep bootstrap paradox and now I've done cross eyed yes. Yes. Exactly. And those are my thoughts proceed. Well. Thank you very much for the permission I appreciate that. All right Jesse thoughts on the doctor, how the escaped or Amelia or Things leading up to. BRINGING THE UNIVERSE BACK So I really used to be heard when my mom said no no no. I remember loving this episode when it first comes online when I first saw it but also having to watch it a second time on the dvr because it is you know what? As I as I, share I love Penn and teller and you know and they're doing they do their cups and balls trip they do it the first time regular and then they do it again with with a clear cups and you still can't follow it. You know and and so this was the same thing like Oh. Okay. What what right the goat would how did they do that? What? What would they do that? What's going on and watching it this time I still felt that Joy Ryan. The excitement, but it was a little easier to fall along but also you Kinda, let's just go with the ride right let's just enjoy this So many great moments I love the doctor kind of acting spur of the moment. Now he's thinking and Oh. Yeah. Like a you know the Yellow Pat and writing this down no hearing to go and over my me to do that, and it is very much like when he grabs the pamphlet and starts writing. Yeah, exactly. It is very much bill and Ted but in in such a lovely way. So and that's I i. don't think that's a bad. That isn't criticism that is more of like right on dudes. So yeah, absolutely. Great. And of course in. Thoughts on this one. This is the kind of thing that is why I love time travel stories. Yeah. Because you can make your own rules and then you you have your brain just reeling from. Okay. Well, how who win was the for? Was the first time stream that this happened in and what if he hadn't done and. I just love that I love. I love the. The. The? Brain melting feature. Milton nature of it in the breadth of what you can do with the concept of time travel. And that you know that scene where the doctor is going. ooh, that's my handwriting. Okay. Be Back in the second. Just reminded me. So much of some of my favorite doctor who moments when The Instructor First Meets Martha and she wants proof and so he's like hang on a second and he goes back in time and he takes tie off and shows it to her and then comes back and we've seen that at the beginning of the. Sample by the way. Yeah and little things. Little things like that. Or like you said, Bill and Ted it was that hit my dad's keys. Keys. Or even Future kind of stuff where you see those little details where the twin Pines Mall was not alone pines. Mall. And that's just what makes the time that's that's what makes time travel stories. so fantastic is just this crazy kind of. Frenetic back forth boone. Here's all this stuff that happened and now my head is really yeah, I. Think Steven Moffat is one of the. Few riders which re who really embraces. The the time travel aspect, the the the potential of what? A time travel story could provide in share. He kinda cheats here a little bit. Like you said. Like like Christine said essentially, it's a bootstrap paradox. The doctor frees himself by you know going back in time, and so it's almost recur sive a little bit but but Moffitt just you know you can see him just giggling away almost as he's writing somebody scenes and I noticed that you know like. I think like I. Think I read this that he? Gave Matt. The the fares and the mob to kind of. Make that you know at least a little simpler to understand where you figure, you know the doctor with a with a mop. That's this doctor whereas the other one you know without that that's the one that came from the Pandora Dorka. So it's a little. It made it a little easier to follow if you're paying though that is genius doing that is very well, I, thought about that. Really really slick. Yeah. So I appreciate that. All right. Let's see so topping number four. Something old something new something borrowed something blue. And Definitely GonNa Start with John on this one. So, John this is where we have the second big bang. and. Brand new universe once again, new rebooted universe and we have amy and Rory's wedding. But there's someone missing from the wedding. And He makes a point of calling that someone out when she realizes who it is. So what did you? What did you make of our of our big wrap up for this story? I thought it was really cool and especially with the way they did it with the the old wedding verbiage and all that when I when I heard that I was just like that is like the one of the cleverest things I've ever heard about this. UH, referring to the Tartus. And it was really cool that she could. She she kind of helped. Her bring her her back to rory by remembering because he kept saying if if you can. If you can remember one little one little piece if you got something that will bring that back and obviously, we saw river walk past the window and they should gave her the the Tartus shaped book with the cover and. One little spark that lit the whole thing I I like to I like to think that that's now that was the Big Bang right there when that droplet of tear hit that book. But that was like I said day it's like I I get a little bit of like a lump in my throat what I watch it because it's like, okay, he's back. And then he comes out and he's like, you know, let me just move my box because I'm on the DANCEFLOOR and it's it's it's a wedding. They're having a great time and I I got a good laugh when when amy says she she comes up to him. She's like you definitely kissed the bride I like no, you're married now..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Why I love the way that the actually first off Zan. I'm also a lover of all things plastic actually. On my kitchen table with a plastic daffodil and. Nice. So Call Back to tear times there wasn't a gift from the. Masters wasn't. Keep your eye on that thing then. I. Don't get what are those ugly troll dolls though. I want one though I want one for my collection. Your. I love the fact that the odds are basically sleeper agents and they had no idea what was going on until they were activated and when they were activated, it's just like okay that that was a surprise for me the first time I saw I did not see that coming at all. the alliance I I might buy I might be a minority here I wasn't too wasn't too keen on it because If figure the daleks have only align themselves twice with others once with the master. Then once way back when the dog master-plan Yup and even when the the Cyberman suggested it Canary Wharf they got two shots to the chest and over for them. the June they they're basically police force that worked for the shadow proclamation. So I and sometimes I can't see them Allen themselves with anybody. But if this was so so big and yeah obviously Steven Moffat wants to make this a huge grandstand of bringing in everything that he can i. just I wish the daleks would have been the bronze ones not the parade Alex though. What I call the IPOD mini dollars. Yeah. So many there those those they're freaking huge the tonight I I'm not I'm not a fan of the cut those big colored one. So I, would have loved to see the the the the bronze, our DECA ones as they've been referred to And we get a hikes. We haven't seen voice should we only saw voice once and that was never monsters it was scooby Doo Chase I was like, what is he doing here? Right but it was I think it was just. Like a fan boy's dream come true to see all them together But. In in like looking at the big. Picture. I wish I was would have been like maybe just like just the nets teens or just the daleks are just the cyber I wasn't really a fan of the alliance. Okay. So you would you would have preferred a smaller scale. On. As far as the bad guy. And I'm my my my big question was okay. Who's who had the time travel device? I know dogs have time travel technology but did they bring everyone all the way back to one zero, two ad and if they didn't and you got silos, there have never even met the doctor yet right and it just. It's it's a mafia plot type thing. So yeah, I I was questioning the after I saw it. Very. Cool to see. Yeah. But it's just a lot of it didn't make sense to meet. The basically a big hand wave going. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty much. It's doctor who roll with it move on I personally I would I would personally to know that negotiation process that win on informing this alliance because you've got all these all these disparate groups and races what would love to see how they came like to the table and decided yeah. Okay you know. We've got like the the doctor who equivalent of climate change we need to deal with this we gotta get rid of the doctor and Save Save the universe but So I just kind of it's one of those like I'd love to see how that actually came together. Maybe. I'm the the when when when river selling telling him like what kind of ships are out there, and there's there's more that didn't even get get shown because of obviously budget. Draconian tills and you had weevils there to from torchwood rubber forms of them. Yeah. So. All right. Christine any thoughts about R. Yeah Building on the the alliance and you know hadn't they get them all together my question would be what we're all of them needed for because. It. Did. They just pretty much made the Pandora It made a trap for him. You know an a trap that was enticing. Did it really require all those racists to do it. I. Mean I really feel like the whole thing could have been pulled off by just the daleks or Cyberman Rudy maybe two or three of them were they all really that necessary for this particular because the whole idea's that this is this is huge and something needs to be done about it How do we stop it from happening? We gotTA trapped doctor. How do we do that? This is how do that did? Well, maybe like racist just built it and then everybody else just went along and said, okay, we'll just show up when you're ready to spring the trap. Because we want to be there to see this. So they just wanted to. Their spectators. Exactly. How how like the doctor they are? Speaking of the doctor that big stirring speech gives that's just meant to intimidate all the bad guys and. Yes. The the big I've got the pen durica speech and which I'm sure is on everybody's favorite quote lists. I left it out because as you're sure somebody else was going to get it but He. Semi here it. It's very cool as brilliant and Brash and just. So. Cool. Hearing it and but then you go back to it you know rewatch the episode knowing what's going on knowing that the bad guys planned all of it and you hear it from their point of view and he's got sound. So stupid everything must be thinking. This guy is so clueless. Well it sounds cool. The first time because you think he know what's going on, he thinks he knows what's going on and he thinks he he's got away at least stall them for a little bit. No you totally fallen into their trap and they already know that everything you're saying tells them that you have fallen into their trap and you sound stupid you just sound stupid. Group of John's. Hilarious how he can be so clueless and just well, he was he was relying I, think you know like like you said, he was trying to buy some time there he was scrambling. He knew that they were surrounded. So we figured well, like I, totally I totally understand from his point of view but when you hear from their point of view. Is that the it was? The wrong things to say they were probably counting on his arrogance a little bit. Yeah Now they they made up this whole trap from stuff they found in Amy's room they. We got the evidence they the someone landed at her place at a certain time and went through her room. To build this trap and looking at it like come on you guys you. You only pulled from like two books and a picture. That's all we get this all you needed I didn't even have to be from Amy's memories. that. Was a little disappointing for me. But see that worked for me. I think if they had pulled more. Amy would have been onto it but since they.

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"steven moffat" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"But in this episode, it's like on Nar. No you can reverse everything. Steven MOFFAT that said that Russell Debbie's makes great characters and then melts them yet icicle. One was. Awful. White Guy I love this such, a such, an interesting group characters. We really don't get to spend that much time. I would've liked to have known more about. The. Before. The group meets weekly and before long bridges. COOKING MR skinner is reading out chapters of a novel. He's writing and bridget opens up and reveals the real reason. She makes the trip down from London is to search for her missing daughter he became addicted to drugs and we have that's never. Your. Noise me united. So she's out there thinking about the doesn't care mother been sucked into the of. Just What you want in life, then the door is going to be looking for the it could be an episode what Donald like. Oh Yeah Great. Playing the guitar bridget can play Piano Elton admits his love via low and suddenly we have musical. With Mr Skinner on drums and. Place I. Just much during a tour or something. You'll be so cute. They terrible I liked it. They made a terrible band. Yeah. Yeah. It just don't come to one of the performances. Just doing it for fun. Although Mr Skinner is like really get into it. Are. We GonNa Acknowledge London investigation and. Next. Thing God fish and chips. Elton coins the group's name London investigation detective agency or Linda for short. Yeah. Fish chips look roll well. Linda. Sound good. Didn't five. I Love I love pointed out. Did you just come up with that? Also. If we're think about it for ages wouldn't you come up with like a really cool name yeah. I think about for ages I'd be embarrassed that was the first one what Why is it cold Linda my ex girlfriend. He's just one of those people though that would be his version of cool. Very cool. Guy Kiki obviously probably to them it is coca. In the middle of a rendition of don't bring. Own. Gold I tell us that what it is. Annoyed Monier Bruce. Bruce I thought it was gruesome and some people say it's Reuss. Got Russo Yeah. I AM I. To Be Bruce, why can't we include? Well, that's very strident. We should call it bruce everyone's. In for a Birmingham band. Yeah. But to Australian ours the song we can now say, don't bring me down. Bruce. Rice. Bruce. Often brings me down. I WANT A very sorry. Well. No. Bruce was. Used to know a brace. Stopping. Stopped Bega Bruce he changed his name to Stephen. Yeah. I had cousins called Bruce. He's did they sing don't bring me down? No, and they didn't go around I Bros Gabros Gabros Gabros the. Monty. Python skit. For those of you who don't know the group visited by victim Kennedy Fancy Dress. Gentlemen. Who Refuses to shake hands because of EXC-. See. Apparently he blisters if anyone touches him. So why isn't he wearing gloves? And like wouldn't his suit bliss to him as well is it just other people's skin while I just it goes downhill the moment that guy will in I'm sorry I didn't like him I didn't like the character the. Characters. From. Different episode. Yeah. Doesn't fit I. Think I think they were trying to match like it's different levels of goofy. Basically the Zobel off like Slovene levels of goofy and they call it out. They say like Oh you're looking. and. J. Years for this call stir..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

09:44 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"And she almost becomes the companion for the fifth doctor even though most people think of teagan yeah. The six Dr Jamie on some. Things thankfully, with big finish, we get let return of the Ronnie and. Ronnie came back I listen to that one that one's want yes. Yes. In the TV. To it's like if we can't get her on TV at least he's got in big finish. I'm Happy Hill and there there is a special trilogy I haven't got to yet. That was like the the one, one, nine, thousand, eight, hundred, ninety, nine, thousand, two, hundred releases for big finish in the main range where at the the the fifth sticks seven doctors team up with companions from the first second third doctors. So the seventh as with Joe Grant and Mike Gates the six kits, Jamie and Zoe, and the fifth gets Vicki and Steven Taylor. And I haven't gotten there yet but I'm like I need to listen to these but I will get there when I get. So yes. So it's not just new companions and it's not just their traditional companions. There's a little companion swap going. EAR HERE So. Sometimes. Just bannon's because that that doctors has the meddling monk. Yes. Yes. And we also in, we get returns of old villains licensed celestial toymaker. To. Others. One Now it's it's the tail end of kind of. There's some six doctors. ooh. There is one doctor one called cradle of the snake. I. Just re listened to it not too long ago and I love the Mara TV stories, I. Love Them. They're one of my favorites were some I'm like, Oh, I wish Steven moffat tackled would've tackled the marks I think he would have done so well with it on TV. The cradle, the snake sort of a sequel to those stories. where the doctor actually gets possessed by the MARA. And I'm doing anything there in his happens early on and it's kind of obvious that's happening. The think about it is it's a Nisa Teagan turlough one but in it's a, it's the third of three stories because like you can tell that they do they record of Mike it in chunks of three with the same main cast So in this particular instance, it's after terminus, which is the one where Nisa left on. TV. But then the fifth Doctor Teagan internal Oh run into Nisa again but it's like Forty or fifty years in the future for Nisa. So it's an older Nisa. And she picks up is traveling again with the doctor and and team because of Shenanigans that happened in the first story of that. So it's kind of a kind of a soft trilogy starts with cobwebs. That's a good starting point to its later into the into the range, but it's it's a good one. The whispering forest is is an interesting one especially right listening to it right now because the colony they find is obsessed with cleanliness. I was listening to all I was too close to home. They're talking about sanitizing and how like they've sanitize their hands to read and Ron shaved their head and all these things are basically it turns out that the that the colony was remnants of a hospital ship. At that you know the survivors it crashed or something survivors are left there, and so the hell they have to go on a of what to do is is the medical records of the medical instructions becomes like their scripture. And it is. It's kind of funny but it's also scary because of of the the the leader, the lady that wants to be leader I'm just like the whole time I'm listening to this I'm like oh my gosh. Feel like I. Feel like this is. The time living in right now. So I was able to laugh about it even though the subject is kinda serious. But anyway. But then cradle of the snake is amazing. It's a good. It's a Morris story that just oh my gosh it it's who you thought the Marris stories on. TV, you scary and good and amazing. Those just you wait. So I, I highly recommend cradle of the snake. But Kind of loosely connected with the other two. Yeah. see what are some other good ones in the Main now. That are. See because there are some really good ones, but they're not necessarily wants to like jump in wealth. Right. One you while yes. Doctor here on the fire. Basically the sixth doctor doesn't musical. Here A that's a good one like. Like there's some that we we've mentioned before. It's like, yeah, this is like a really good one not wanted to start with legs grass really good audio, not one to start with. No Eight, a lot of background, and that's kind of where people are like. But I didn't I didn't listen to Blah Blah Blah before so I don't know what's going on. So let's see. Here's a good standalone one. It's a six doctor and Mel Story It's number twenty, seven, the one doctor. Yes, that's one that one was a fun one because you know you have the five doctors, the three doctors it's like well, no, this is just the one doctor. I think the field Mongo's a good one. It's. Seven doctor and as. The it's an only one. Visit Story. Enjoying I think it'd be a good one to start off. Yeah. Another seventh and eighth starter is cold. It's an. That one. David tennant in it as. Because it takes place in in in a prison. In, a Nazi prison. At he's a, he's a Nazi guard. German, accent is hilarious yet. But he but he does it well, and that one also introduces Klein who comes up a lot later in the range in has yet a good a good story arc to her as well. Colditz is a good one. primeval is another good fifth doctor Nisa one because that actually takes place on truck truckin years and years before it you know Lou Up. to, that one gets to explore Mrs. Her thoughts and feelings about losing her home rolled. Yeah. that. We have to mention stoning, which is defy. Yes. Yeah. That's what I was. Holy Terror is a funny stand along with. Rozier now? Yes. Sure I'll hell the talking bird. The shape. Talking. Yes. Sure is a character from the comics like we mentioned get they. They get brought up to so. You're shape shifting. Yes. If you fall in love with robots. Sure. You have to check the Maltese sanguine. The only two episodes it's prohibition, but they're very will the listen I open. Not necessarily one that's one that you could jump into a first one maybe after this into the Marion. Conspiracy. but jubilee. Yes You belise ago. And Fear Fan of the doctor who came back the episode Elec. Notice some similarities. In fact, going back to the documentary watched again that was the reason Rob Shearman got the job to to write DOLAC in the first series of for season of the new series was because our wrestling Davies. Love that love that story and they wanted to you want to do something similar to reintroduce the daleks in the new series like well, Rob Shearman already did did this. So let's have him come back again and Sherman almost didn't get to do it because his his agent. Basically 'cause agent and they. told him that he wasn't interested because he'd already done it. Why they want? In earn it's like these agents don't know what they're doing. They don't. But Yeah so Anyway, but it all worked out. So it was another funny story like oops. On Who Is Go along that line spill pot is another good web Smith hearts. The and that was the origin of the Cyberman, its fifth doctor in Nisa. This one because when I when Peter Davison came Salt Lake for Salt Lake COMECON I got to ask him a question. Sorry, Alex just walked in..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

09:12 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"That's all no big deal. It's just wants to kill us. We're good. Just, take the seen someone and edited. So that right when heather screams you get the beginning of led Zeppelin's immigrant Song Griego. Yeah. That'd be cool. So a little too little trivia. So Heather is actually the name of. William. HARTNELL 's wave. Aw Nice so Intentional, nod I thinking so. Absolutely. This in the same production block is smile. Do we know the smiles the episode that takes place right after this? Mean smell smells the very next episode after this one. Is. I feel like they filmed smile in. Australia so. I do like that reveal no. Nine we're just Australia so. So, this is a really nice bathroom. I just. Feel like A. Very. Under appreciated bit of set right here. Got That Long John Silver's feel to it. That weather to the weather would. It also looks. Can Ask you a personal question? No, no no. No I don't do personal questions. In He's not wrong that he's not from space from a planet like everybody else just not this one. Charles. When you see are you from space you do you think of Shatner in fact for? Work in. Space That's a good one. Pointing out of course the. Rather interesting contradiction that the target says poll to enter and you push doors in. This precipitation on the mayor the. Somebody's clean that off. Your. Social distancing yes. Obviously. This is. Pre. Twenty twenty. Now we know what created the coronavirus everybody. It was heather. How the So it is kind of interesting, right? The doctor's like okay. We saw how quick she got strata. That's what we see and you know we at this point, we don't know. What about the vault? What about the vault? In And ultimately, the whole vaulting just falls by the wayside because it's completely unrelated. So it's like, okay. So she traveled all across. All the way across the world. Really really fast. So let's let's give her a good test. Let's take it down to like the other end of the universe. See how she does with that. Somewhere else. Don't touch anything. Firefly's. Alien Firefly's. Does lemon drops. You could be silly sometimes. That is a great vest. You're right Charles he's really rocking it. Give them. Very dapper. Not. As now granted Dapper is capacity but you know. But to be fair, you know his doctor's like half magician have ageing rockstar. So, here's where it gets to explain to the audience. How he faced Dr figures things out. Super. Intelligence. Space. Oil At is watching Peter Cappelli be light up during the He was a great doctor wasn't he? I think he's very underrated doctor. A lot of people you know we're very unfair to him during his era. DISMISSED HIM And you know just because he was older and he wasn't the young cutesy. Dr, like David Tennant, her Matt Smith. So they treated him a little unfairly I. Think. And I also think you had a little bit of they were in. This is so typical of Phantom they were kind of tired of Moffett right? They wanted something new and then when chip no come they were like, oh this is new different. We don't like this. Yeah pretty much. kind of the same way like like you said, you know when when. Russell Davies, left and Mafa came on everybody's like I want Russell t davies back and then when Moffitt laughed and Chris came in everybody what Steven Moffat back So when chimney eventually leads people say I want know back right Hey, baby. No need to scream heather use your inside voice. No need to get all water Saudi. I don't think we got too many shots of his Tartus in the war tech's name that one was actually recycled from another episode I. Can't remember which one but. It can. Miami and the one with the planets in the Sky Oh. The stolen earth. ZIPPING BETWEEN The. Shadow proclamation and anywhere. Up You get extra driver you get screw everybody gets a sonic screwdriver. Okay. That is that Tom Makers are as Paul mcgann sounded. Tomac Tom Baker's and Peter Davidson's. Also Charleston Aches. That printed on the box. Look. Subtitles MOANS. Mrs. where the little teaser comes from, which had the TYPO where they didn't remove space. So pro pro Nagy was as bill. Yes. Yeah this is. Your friend from the future that was that little when it was, it was kind of like an audition scene to see how her the actresses chemistry would be with Peter Capacity and some of the footage that they like so much with Pearl mackey that they ended up using some of the footage in this episode. mckellen's so Yeah. This is the first time we've seen. Since their first and only appearance in destiny of the dialects. Back, in Nineteen, seventy nine. So MOFFITT. Going back to the well doing deep dive on that one. which I always was kind of made fun of events because they had that kind of like Bo, Derek from ten braided hair. It's the last time that Peter Cappelli doctor met the dialects. Remember anything after this I believe so. I. Think so. Heather, in the dialect is having a long stare off, exterminate exterminate fakes. Exterminate. Batteries running down. The problem with galaxies. Such a poor battery life. And the worst thing is.

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

10:57 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast

"Hello again, everyone. Welcome back to next stop everywhere. The doctor. WHO PODCAST Co Host Charles skaggs back in the Tartus still trying to avoid twenty twenty as much as possible. Shame on you. Twenty twenty. Shame shame. and. Fortunately though to help entertain you guys out there. I'm joined once again by my wonderful co host partner in time. It just all around Neto Person Jesse Jackson how you doing Jesse. I am good Charles I, hope everything's good up in. Ohio in Texas it's hot and we're still Seeing spikes in cases it's It's a it's still remains a scary time, but we have the doctor and a special guests companion to help come our fears exactly. So we're going to be changing things up a little bit today. So joining us for this very special episode because Hey, we're celebrating the sixth anniversary of next up everywhere the doctor who podcast. So what better way to do that then joined by once again by one of our favorite special guests, companions, Hanukkah Rapa, welcome back to next up everywhere. Yea. There was much rejoicing. Task. Having me back again Charles. A Happy to be here to commemorate the. Big. The big six big. So. Yeah. So. We decided to celebrate our sixth anniversary of next up everywhere by completely throwing out our format that we've done for the past six years. And? Only temporarily but but we're GONNA change things up a little bit. We're doing something that a lot of people have been wanting us to do for quite a while. Something that Zan sprouse and I have been doing on ghost would as we've been doing twin peaks commentaries over there so I thought. Well Hey. Let's give this go over here because it's been a long time since we've talked some Peter Capacity. And he his doctor the twelfth doctor just Capela come up? So, for episode, one, Ninety Four, where it'd be doing a new thing which I call revisited as we're going to discuss the pilot. And, of course. Was the first episode from series ten back in twenty seventeen. So, this is about three years ago that we talked about this episode. We actually did our full review if your member Jesse that back in April two, thousand, seventeen in episode seventy eight. So So here we are like what? One hundred sixteen episodes later, and now we're going to do a commentary for it and I hope everybody enjoys this. We are You know we went through the the first doctor going all the way to the twelfth and so So. Yeah. We were like, well, we could just do another episode, but we've already talked about the episodes. You know all this wealth doctor. So I thought this was a brilliant idea for you to come up within I'm looking forward to it. So Hannah. Hope, you're looking forward to this Thank you so much for being a part of this. What was it that May? Was it that we were doing a commentary episode or was it just that you're in the mood to Peter Capacity or is this episode a particular favorite of yours? it's actually kind of a bit of all those i. I'd never done a commentary before and. This is also one of my favorites with regard to Capelle these doctor. I mean. I wasn't the biggest clarify. Sorry clarify ends up. Berry. Fusion, critical will. You down and kill you but that's okay. No big deal. I mean nothing is Jenna. Coleman's just use the companion for like a theory longtime and yes, I but was one season too long in my opinion. and. Like you like bill and? This is obviously. Pro Mackie's first episode as Bill, so it's a fun to talk about I thought. Yes. In also if the show. IS A. person in its own right Then Kepala would be next stop everywhere doctor 'cause it was the first doctor yes we embrace together pretty much In that spirit this shows. Is would be capacity. This fine. Yours is you Davidson, but the show if you go the spirit of your first doctor is always your doctor right? You never forget your doctor right and you know and. It, it's hard to remember. But way back when we started this right you know we had no idea what was going to come on with Peter and We discussed it and we we've been on the journey from him from the beginning. As a hand and I are dueling dueling capacity. Doctor actually figuring. Link. I'm jealous yes. Yes. I actually went to the trouble of. You know it was one of those that I got from the The Christmas or no, it was. It was the twelfth doctor or excuse me eleventh doctor regeneration set. So swapped ahead. I could get the proper hair length because I like capacity with bigger hair. So I went with my. Thing is for a while I saw that there was a twelve after bill and missy set out there. And I can't fight. I say hold up bill. Yes. I got this. I also got my bill action figure. I didn't bring out breakout missy because MRIs not in this episode. We see the entrance to her though if that counts this is true. So this is something we're gonNA. Talk about as we do he goes. During our commentary. Jumped to. Try to commit suicide apparently. So. So. What we do is you know. We're GONNA talk we're going to go through the episode and Just like any normal DVD style commentary where people that are. Doing the voice over is. Like, pointing out interesting things or or something humorous or whatever anecdote and You've heard Zanan I usually whatever just POPs into our brains are twisted little brains at the time as we're watching something. So I. Think it's GonNa be a lot of fun and I hope everybody enjoys it so This episode of course, written by Steven MOFFATT directed by Lawrence Gal or go GIO Yuji H starting, of course, Peter Cappelli is the twelfth doctor introducing Pearl Machias Bill Potts and Now officially in the KP Union. Matt Lucas as Nardo. Or is capacity likes to pronounce it Nar Dole. Dole. Her door whether you get together throw little Scottish in there too. So vestry McCoy would just roll those R's like there'd be no tomorrow. Like Down Dole word. I do. But I sent you an interview with Sophie Eldred Jews talking about doing audio books where she read four seven t said. So that's their McCoy's accents was one of the hardest to do because not only was he scottish but he didn't talk quite normally like in regular Scotsman 'cause he was brought up by an Irish granny. Yeah. As a as a fan of. So that's era from the eighties. Yeah us he he really loves to roll those R's just theatrically. You've just exaggeration a complete exaggeration in it's a lot of fun and. So cast this time there's not a lot of cast guess casting this when we have Stephanie Hi, is Heather. And she makes a return in the doctor falls this series ten finale. And Also we get she's also was in the sherlock episode the abominable Bride Jane. If you're familiar without one, that's one of my favorites because that's where they actually did proper sherlock set in Victorian era which I loved. had. Jennifer. Hennessy as Maura And she you know she plays bills foster mom and she also returns later in the season in the episode extremists extremities. And but you're. The tenant era, you know her primarily as Valerie Branagan, the wife of that. That's a old cats. Brannigan in gridlock. So Still trying to figure out how she gave birth to all those kittens. But Gosh, darn it worth they just cute as all get out. Moi is her. Ancestor. You never know especially with doctor who is that's I'm sure that's how Steven moffat would explain Oh. Yes. Just just an ancestor or RTD would do that. And then of course. Multiplicity exactly and something timing whiny and of course, we have Nicholas Briggs as the voice of the Daleks in this win who make a little bit of a cameo appearance they're not exactly the feature monster, but they turn up a very fun little sequence and. one of them gets there but saying to them by Heather. So that was fun, right All right. I'm going to save her Trivia 'cause normally if you'd like Trivia and stuff. The only thing I went to mention before we get started is this episode was originally titled a Star in her eye. For, obvious reasons because of Heather. But then later, MOFFITT thought well, Hey, this episode kind of like a reboot. So, why don't we just call it the pilot? And it kind of stuck apparently. So because because it was kind of like a relaunch of the reboot of the of his doctor who so..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on D4WH - A Doctor Who podcast

"And. that. was really powerful fuck. What's going on? He could beat the shit out. Well, I would. Feel like it. Missy had a bit of softness in. He's got none of it on his. Facts, their doctors like you wouldn't be able to have this master with Matt Smith because that'd be way too much. Yeah. because. He too angry people together wooden work. I'm just wondering how it got from Missy to this monster like what happened in that process? Well, I'm hoping that that explained to us at some point. Steven MOFFAT has come out and said, he doesn't care. Let the let the viewers come up with the idea of how it happened. mean. That's fair. Enough. This is a shell about imagination. That's Didn't like a couple of years. Good old big finish. I am absolutely addicted to it at the moment. Going from all the doctors audiobooks and I, just cannot get enough. We've had to stop you from snorting all of the big finish episodes. Yeah. Yeah. Stop doing lawns big finish. Big Finish. Oh. This is my big finish data data down big. That In the command room of the cyber carrier raviol-, yet Lami Graham and yeahs managed to escape and a lodge ugly human-sized tunnel Well that is a good way I thought. That's a good way to get out away from Sodom and really is. Through smaller tunnels because they they fit they are. That's Never see ever again. Yeah. For that one reminds that. Enough then they handle. So fall off the learned cyberman takes control of the ship Graham suggests they dress up in sobbed Manama to Aski- I think that is such a good plan however, how glick he would be in there because they would be people bids clicky. Glad, blinky. That's a a word sounds like what it means. Do. You think do you think they cut it open in like removed it or they just cut a hole in it and like dumped it out I don't know. Thank God we didn't see. Oh. I'm putting new human and we'll get. Out. And leave it next to the been. diesels on the floor thought it was a brilliant plan. I thought it would be pretty murky to execute bugs. What else are you going to do because it is humans still? So they're not all automated plant has been done before ooh okay. In a couple of friends. Yeah. Absolutely. Every time there's like dollars someone someone Hodge Dali. Come on. I have seen hunting in the dialect of never seen anyone hot in a son of man, which is crazy because you'd think it'd be easy. To slip on the cricket gloves and you go. I'm in I think haunting a dollar is better because you've got a chance. To change a little tricycle, you can ride around. A plum job. If you need to clean up the toilet, you'll you said, you don't even have to stop a wonderfully tense moment when the half Saad, the guy kept looking in the caskets with the seidman where they were hiding and yes is there and just that silent. Tia reminded me a when Bill Potts was in the. Ride and the to European on the outside. I thought that was going to happen and that was going to give them away. She. Sat there and I thought. I felt I thought to myself. How terrified? Would you be at that moment and he's right in and he's kind of sniffing we..

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"steven moffat" Discussed on Something Who

Something Who

11:49 min | 2 years ago

"steven moffat" Discussed on Something Who

"Would you know. He's he's a television. He's a proper television actor. You could tell the Hartnell sort of born of the stage and film and stuff where you had to sort of say everything and trout in his very much rooted. Television and leading the visuals speak for themselves. Which bakes for not necessarily the the best listing. When you are when you're listening to a recon and so you can tell that the elevators. What do we do here? He's just like wandering around a studio but he's being he's being perfect Patrick out and doctors sort of like taking everything in without speaking so sometimes it's also the music you know faces. Once as a notable sort of like BBC radio phonic workshop atmosphere more. It's not so much a score. It's an atmosphere take whereas evil of the daleks for instance has a very distinctive scores. So you can learn what listen to that one and sort of know what to feel based on what the music is doing. And so yeah. Faces is tricky in that way. Unless you sort of see the visuals and what's going on with that sort of low moody tone sort of coming in I can see why the visuals would help. I'll get back to you on that in twenty twenty one the DVD comes out here. I think as as you say the the SANTRAC is definitely helping that one in in terms of dementia like them so I mean I guess inevitably we can't have this discussion without having a A quick potter the only rumor and the circumstances around and I guess as much as anything. Perhaps the madness that overtook phantom for many well several years anyway. Yeah I I mean certainly as in my own case I think you know. I became somewhat obsessional for a number of years in terms. Of How metoo yeah? Oh yes you know and and getting into a lot of my new she either that I mean I so as we said at the START I mean I. I've been aware of missing episodes for what thirty odd years at that time and I and I had. I'd always had this nagging thought at the back of my mind that they really looked but they really looked at gone and not not a course enough. That actually got off my own bottom when I look myself but you have. They gotten looked. Oh are we sure so said? The thought that somebody else could have gone and looked kind of had the ring. Plausibility about it. That that The things still out there and of course that then that should be followed up shortly after by some at your episodes being returned and and having indeed sat on the shelf for many years. Yeah I mean all the ingredients I guess where were there that the Internet age for for for a fantastic Explosion and and perhaps a foretaste of our current time so in a real polarizing of opinion among the fan community that between those people who said no no that yeah possibly a found anything and those people who are must have found everything. I know what your experience was. Well I my first experience with. I think what became the army over with as it Chicago. Tarzan Twenty twelve twenty twelve and it was. It was flying ever that the discussion was just like all over and that was A. That was a November. Leading up to the Snowmen Christmas special that year and I remember someone telling me they're like oh no it's real. They found like fear because they're referencing it in the upcoming Christmas special at the last seen somebody told me. They said he's GonNa say oh I remember something about The yeti in the underground who yeah and I thought okay whatever. Well I'll I`ll. I'll park that when the special comes out I'll see if the right and sure enough. There's a scene you could tell them. Steven Moffat has written that Christmas special around the fact that the web of fear has been found. Because there's so many references into that and when he looks that little lunchbox so obviously he was planning on coming out as well. I Mark Airs at that convention that we can. I interviewed him for various audio stuff. As so many things you can talk to mark cares about. I just I saw at the at the end of the NFL. Just real question about missing episode. I'll just shoot it down and stuff and when I asked him what do you think you know these crazy rumors crazy and selling I expect him. Just oh yeah just ludicrous and stuff. And they sort of like pause and says yes as most thought he didn't shoot that down at all and that just flared by Curiosity and then of course when I saw the snowman I thought this is actually happening. Isn't it something is really up here. And then knee and another person connected. I would say may eighth twenty thirteen is when I when I was. I like you know when we all sort of discuss. I discovered the ninety episode thing. And the you know the fascinating thing is that that rumor was everywhere like it wasn't just amongst like low level fans and stuff like Mark Gatiss was sort of like excited about it. Like other like notable fans seemed to be thinking like this is actually a thing that's happening and you know and we were all doing the digging and stuff like I was. Those were heady days innocent days in a way like I. I still get emails. Foresee rates DOT com. Which is that shifts see based shipping company. Which of course we all found that you know that someone called P Morris from Liverpool had shipped three tons of film cans from a somewhere in Africa two to Liverpool and so I created a C. rates account just to get updates and stuff up things so I still get the occasional email unsubscribe from that. But I don't I don't as a memory to those heady days and I was like tracked down film. Canon shipments to to from Phil Morris. And you know I I was driving. I think I think I knew that something was happening. At this point because the radio free scarlet gets you connections over the years and so I had an inkling that something was going down but I didn't know when it was and I was driving around in the mountains in in Alberta here on the weekend of the base five or six days before the actual announcement happen overnight and it was just such a surreal experience. My friend. Who's in the car and is could you drive for? I need to like the top of this. And they're all of a sudden like yeah. It's actually happening. But it's only web and enemy or something I think that's sort of like it. Got Pared down from ninety nine it was probably originally twelve. Let's face it. I think you know I do believe Phil Morris. When he says that he had web part three but someone walked off with it. What's curious is that You know the actual timeline of things. I think he probably discovered that in twenty eleven perhaps even earlier in Italy came out in two thousand thirteen that he had it so like. How ago did he find those episodes? What else did he find? Why were there three tons of film cans? What else is in there? You know he keeps sort of like leading everyone on but then you realize that seven years ago now is is twenty. One of those episodes came out. So how long can you lead people on thinking that you have more doctor who and stuff so really? The Omni rumors still is kind of like out there. A little bit but I figured during these times there's nothing better to do than say okay. Here are the gaps. Please enjoy them. Give you something something to look forward to. Yeah I mean I. I very briefly met Phil Morris just over a year ago so he went to the missing believed wiped thing in in in London. So you may came out with that with that phrase. We're GonNA light the blue touch paper that set a free soul among the crowd which was interestingly stuffed with quite a lot with Hulu luminaries. I mean it wasn't just Bach Standard Fans. And afterwards he was he was He was talking to people and My friend Paul Morris. No relation news Big finished author heat. Td Dig me in the ribs and he said you know. Got a chat with him going. You can do that right so so I oughta Kayla we do that and in an an interesting character I mean I think you're you're at a similar height to me about sixty five or so Phil Morris isn't quite that tall but he's he's not far office certainly over six feet tall. He's quite imposing presents. Quite broad and he's gone in a quiet quiet piercing ice. I mean he's very friendly very and he spent a long time talking to all of the people wanted to talk to him but yes I thought actually I can sort of see that this is a this is a charismatic kind of guy who who could easily talked people You know in foreign country into handing over stuff in in return for something so yeah there was definitely something about him but yeah We we kind of felt that that blue touchpaper thing was maybe the start of something else but it hasn't proven to be so. Yeah you know I. I think there's been other archive TV stuff that he's found Markham unwise. Yes necessarily register on on this side of the Atlantic and stuff but it's still like any missing. Television is exciting. You Know I. It's back on the sports thing The nineteenth six game seven in the nineteen sixty world series is. It's famous because it was one on a home run. The first time to ever that ever happened to hit a home. Run to win ten nine over the Yankees and the broadcast was had gone missing for decades and only they only found it because bing crosby who was part owner of the Pittsburgh pirates at the time but was so superstitious that he he couldn't watch the game live. Because you'd be too nervous so he had someone tele record it as so we could watch later. He I don't know if he did but that film rested in his wine cellar for forty years and so was in perfect condition because it was in perfect storage conditions that they just happened to find it there so it was so the fact that that exists Is is set the cat among the pigeons when it came to missing sports broadcasts and and so any any missing material is genuinely exciting to hear Paul. Vanessa's on my Raider Carl what does that a couple of years ago. I mean it was just last year. I think it was two years ago. Yeah Gosh that was a long time ago. You know him just sort of casually drop the news. That film collector has a couple of episodes like sitting there. Like we. Okay so I guess we eat. I say ninety-seven up there are. There are ninety seven missing episodes because there are people out there. Film collectors Who have got something. Either they're holding on to it because they know what it's you know what it is or they just. It's in that pile of stuff. I mean I talked to Paul. Oddly enough with Paul Morris next to me at the gallery one those after that and he was Giving US little nuggets of Info just various other film collectors and around the world and you really sort of gathered. You get the impression that there's you know overseas sales and stuff might have dried up a little bit and start. It's time to start looking inward.

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