• Kharis replied to the topic The Ghost Monument

    @bluesqueakpip Possibilities? One is that Grace was one of the people running from the Stenza, and had hidden on Earth. This could explain Graham’s unexpected recovery from both cancer and exposure to vacuum (she loved him, and so saved his life with advanced healing tech that’s still inside him), Ryan’s Dad’s not turning up (he either knows to s…

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  • Kharis replied to the topic The Ghost Monument

    @miapatrick

    Yes, I thought the Doctor was referring to dealing with the loss and moving on at first too, but with the hints she is forgetting something?  It is fun to start theorizing again!

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @ichabod Totally see what you are saying and agree.

    Like you, at the end of the day, I just want to love it.  I’m hoping as the season progresses I learn to love it.

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Ghost Monument

    Definitely better than the first episode, in almost every way.

    I’m loving the story arc being laid out, plenty to chew on there!  The ‘Timeless Child’ was tantalizing, and certainly a little ominous. I’m hoping that Chibnall doesn’t dive too far into the Doctor’s origin story, mostly because an air of mystery there is half the Doctor’s charm.  It…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @notime Interesting transport theory.  Seems you have that “theories more insane” moto down already!  Cheers. (:

  • Kharis replied to the topic On The Sofa (9)

    @tempusfugit Another link for classic https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOeloEkQw6I

    I laughed so hard my kids came in to see if I was okay. (:

  • Kharis replied to the topic On The Sofa (9)

    @craig Thank you Worthy and Esteemed Emperor, that was freaking hilarious!

  • Even though we don’t always agree on which are the best episodes, I agree with almost everything and I really enjoyed reading this.  (:

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @tempusfugit Couldn’t agree more about Rose and the companions.  Amy was hard for me when she acted spoiled or was inconsiderate to Rory, so I get it.  Graham was the easiest for me in this episode to have a slight connection to, mostly because he was clearly the most developed character, besides his wife. Still, I just couldn’t connect as I di…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @pedant To respond to your comment, “But it would be as well to remember that Chibnall is as capable of pulling the fans’ legs as Moffat. We have a grieving cancer survivor, a troubled teen with a disability and a probationary cop who feels she is capable of more – and an AWOL Tardis”  Yes, but I personally felt no connection to any of the chara…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic On The Sofa (9)

    @missy LOL, true, but like with most of my Leo friends I’m certainly glad you say what you think and don’t go with the sheep.

    Lions are not sheep, thank goodness.  (:

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @tempusfugit Agree with every word; well put.

    Murray Gold is a master, a truly gifted composer who will go down as a musical legend, so I didn’t expect the music to rise to his caliber, but to replace him with pure mediocrity?  Same as the art direction, I expected changes, but to turn on Doctor Who and feel like you are watching ‘Arrow’,…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic On The Sofa (9)

    @missy Leos are awesome!  Every Leo I know shines and tells like it is. (:

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    …and sorry for the disjointed writing, as promised I had wine after this episode.  /:

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @notime Sheffield is a steel town and is known for its quality steel. It was fun to see so much of the personality of Sheffield; Chibnall seems like he is alright with getting a sense of place right in his episodes.  The part about the Doctor making her own sonic out of a Sheffield steel knife was my favorite part about the episode. (:

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    Okay, just did my read through, and it reinforced why I always post before I read everyone else’s posts because I inevitably feel very bad that everyone else liked it and I went and ripped on the episode.

    Hello everyone! Miss reading your comments, and welcome to all the new additions. (:

    Glad to agree on some of the positive comments.…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic The Woman Who Fell To Earth

    @ichabod  You now officially get the label of “Great Doctor Who Seer” or maybe you have a TARDIS and already saw episode 1 of the 13th Doctor before we did, because you nailed it a few weeks back:  “Every show a self-contained story” sounds to me like a return to 100% “monster of the week” and no need to bother staying for the end, because t…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic On The Sofa (9)

    @missy Yes, @wolfweed was referring to Romana stating on a talk show she was the summer sign of Cancer, which I happen to be too, and Romana is my favorite companion so made me smile.

    Yes, I must agree, Leo’s are the kings and queens for sure.  My sister is a Leo and she never does anything small.  (:

  • @missy “What I’ll need is a great deal of willpower – and maybe a bucket!”  LOL!  This truly did make me laugh out loud, thanks, Missy.  (:

    @thane16 How are you both?

    @tempusfugit & @missy  Capaldi was amazing and by far one of the most talented actors the show has ever had.

    It’s especially hard to lose a favorite Doctor to regener…[Read more]

  • Kharis replied to the topic On The Sofa (9)

    wolfweed <span class=”useratname”>@wolfweed  Great video clip of Romana and K-9.  Yes, we Cancer people are the nicest. (:</span>

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