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kazon

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  1. Previous Threads 2009/2010 Specials News & Discussion Season/Series Four News & Discussion Season/Series Three News & Discussion Season/Series Two News & Discussion Season/Series One News & Discussion ------ is there going to be a new thread for the 2010 series (not sure if this is season 5 of the reboot, or season 1 of the rebooted reboot ) anyway just watched it on the BBC HD channel and all i can saw at the moment is wow, loved the new doctor, companion, theme tune and new Tardis interior cannot wait until next saturday for the next installment, the new Moffat era Doctor Who has hooked me already
  2. The Official Welcome Back Thread

    hey hows it going everyone?
  3. 2009 Things That Bug Us

    that sucks Fred, sorry to hear that
  4. Review Star Trek (2009)

    i posted this in another thread, i'll add more thoughts later but i'm late for work I've just seen it, all i can say at the moment is ....................... wow pretty much non-stop action from start to finish, absolutely state of the art special fx, great casting of all the main characters, i think all of the characters get some great material to work with, Quinto and Pine are superb as Spock and Kirk, there is tons of humour added as well, lots of in jokes for the die hards (seeing Kirk beat the Kobayashi Maru test was so so funny ) there is too much going through my brain at the moment to really write anything else except go and see this film!!!
  5. Official Star Trek (2009) Discussion Thread

    I've just seen it, all i can say at the moment is ....................... wow pretty much non-stop action from start to finish, absolutely state of the art special fx, great casting of all the main characters, i think all of the characters get some great material to work with, Quinto and Pine are superb as Spock and Kirk, there is tons of humour added as well, lots of in jokes for the die hards (seeing Kirk beat the Kobayashi Maru test was so so funny ) there is too much going through my brain at the moment to really write anything else except go and see this film!!!
  6. Anyone going to the midnight show? (Star Trek: 2009)

    I am going to see it tomorrow night at 20:30 BST can't wait!!!
  7. Refit Enterprise Class Name Debate

    i got this image off the official site looks like its just NCC-1701 (no A thank goodness)
  8. Your Favorite Season

    believe that was season 3, Exodus: Part 2 i loved the Galactica jumping into the atmosphere, but also the Pegasus taking on the Basestars and its demise these are some of the eps i really enjoyed 33 The Hand of God Kobol's Last Gleaming part1/2 Home: Part 2 Pegasus Resurrection Ship: Part 1/2 Scar Downloaded Lay Down Your Burdens: Part 2 Occupation Exodus 2 The Eye of Jupiter Rapture Crossroads: Part 2 He That Believeth in Me Guess What's Coming to Dinner? The Hub Revelations Sometimes a Great Notion The Oath Blood on the Scales No Exit Daybreak: Part 2/3 anyone agree/disagree with that list?
  9. I'm guessing that island was the UK I must also admit to being a little tearful when Laura passed
  10. that was incredible, the first hour was right up there, the last hour was different but necessary, i way i guess of saying goodbye to all the characters very sad that it's now over so say we all!
  11. 4x13 - "The Oath"

    one of the best BSG episodes ever in my opinion, i hope the last 7 episodes continue at this level
  12. hmmm i haven't had time to watch the confidential show yet so i'll pass judgement on this Matt Smith (quite bizarrely i work with a Matt Smith), but i did read that Tennant is filming four specials in 2009, so the recent Xmas special doesn't count, we've got 4 more hours of Tennant
  13. New Doctor Who to be announced The name of the actor who will replace David Tennant in Doctor Who will be announced on Saturday. Tennant said in October that he would stand down from the show after filming four special episodes in 2009. His replacement - the eleventh Doctor of the TV series - will be revealed in a Doctor Who Confidential programme on BBC One at 1735 on 3 January. The casting was confirmed over Christmas and filming for the 2010 series begins in the summer. Tennant is due to begin shooting the first of his four specials this month, just weeks after surgery on his back. The last of these episodes is expected to run in early 2010. 'Nail-biting Christmas' The casting decision has been a priority for the show's new creative team, led by executive producers Steven Moffat and Piers Wenger. The BBC said that in Saturday's Doctor Who special "the actor playing the new Doctor will be giving his or her initial reaction" to becoming TV's most famous time traveller. Wenger, head of drama at BBC Wales, said: "We believe the actor is going to bring something very special to the role and will make it absolutely their own. "I just can't wait to tell everyone who it is - it has been a nail-biting Christmas trying to keep this under wraps!" Shortly after Tennant's announcement, bookmakers were tipping several well-known names as the next actor (or actress) to step into the Tardis. Murphy's Law and Cold Feet star James Nesbitt emerged as one of the favourites, along with Paterson Joseph, John Simm and David Morrissey - who appeared in the 2008 Christmas special. Paterson Joseph, who recently starred in Survivors and appeared in two Doctor Who episodes in 2005, has said "any actor would love the challenge" of playing the Time Lord. Bookmakers made him an early favourite - offering odds of 3-1 on him becoming the first black Doctor. Comedian Jennifer Saunders, former Doctor Who assistant Billie Piper and film star Catherine Zeta Jones have also been mentioned in connection with the role. The show's outgoing executive producer Russell T Davies said last month: "Whoever becomes the Doctor has got to take on a whole life. It's not just becoming a part of a TV show." In October, when Tennant was asked who he thought should replace him, he joked: "Well, I've always been a big supporter of Wee Jimmy Krankie!" Doctor Who began in 1963, and seven actors played the Doctor before the show was dropped in 1989. After a TV movie in 1996 - starring Paul McGann - the TV series returned in 2005 with Christopher Eccleston in the lead role. Tennant took over the role the same year. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/entertainment/7807742.stm
  14. Majel Barrett Roddenberry Passes Away

    wow that certainly was unexpected RIP Majel
  15. i am rather sad that we're not going to see any more of Shannon Lucio's character wonder if michael and co now team up with the general, to get Scylla back?
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