WHO Poll
Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
7%
  
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
3%
  
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
22%
  
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
33%
  
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons
35%
  



Lovejoy 11:25 Thu Nov 20
Your favourite Dr. Who
Tom Baker for me.

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cygnet 5:18 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Jon Pertwee

JustAFatKevinDavies 5:15 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Stewie DJEMBA-DJEMBA

stewie griffin 5:10 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
What a shambles this thread is.

Forename SURNAME

e.g. Tom BAKER

Nerds

ACIrons 5:05 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Pertwee and Baker

Motspur Park Hammer 5:04 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Jon Pertwee for me. When those Sea Devils came out of the sea, I used to fucking shit myself.

After8 5:01 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
NOT Matt Smith. bloody awful.

stomper 4:53 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
the Green death was the best story ever.

I can't choose between Tom Baker, Eccleston as the dark U Boat captain, Tennant or Capaldi.

Its amazing that it survived the morass of Davidson, Colin Baker and McCoy.

DOUBLE COBBS BOB 4:05 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Pyramids of mars is my favorite tom baker story


i also own the key to time box set

geek alert

Lily Hammer 4:01 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Takashi Miike 3:49 Thu Nov 20


Tom Baker was only scary during the opening credits with the theme music. I, like many, apparently, used to hide behind the sofa until that had finished, then I could happily watch the rest, be it daleks, cybermen or whatever, and loved Tom Baker's character. I just couldn't handle the way he stared at me with that vortex behind him and the weeeeeoooooeeeee! blaring out.

crystal falace 3:57 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
tennant or matt smith for me, ( ive never watched any of the old ones)

Takashi Miike 3:49 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
favourite - Pertwee
scariest - Tom Baker

Eddie B 3:42 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Saw one with David Tennant set at a boys school just before WWI. Was surprisingly moving.

zebthecat 3:36 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Seamouse 1:17 Thu Nov 20

Never knew that, he would have been a really dark Doctor.
(All Hail Eris!)

Northern Sold 2:55 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
K9

Rosebud 2:48 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Patrick Troughton although i saw the brilliant 'Blink' episode with Tennant's Doctor barely in it and starring Carey Mulligan the other night and it reminded me how much better the writing is now.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:52 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Lovejoy 1:32 Thu Nov 20

No one could accuse him for lack of brevity...

Dr Congo 1:36 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Eccleston for me. He had a massive responsibility as first one when it was revived. Set a standard which Tennant just about lived up to and Smith ruined but Capaldi is making up lost ground.

Lovejoy 1:32 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:27 Thu Nov 20

Roger Caesar Marius Bernard de Delgado Torres Castillo Roberto

Full name apparently.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 1:27 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
Gloucester Iron 1:11 Thu Nov 20

Roger Delgado - the quintessential master, IMHO. Simm was good, though.

the coming of gary 1:19 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
how about Christopher Ecclestone ?

it had been a bit of a laughing stock with its pantomime coats and scarfs
he brought it back with a GRITTIER image

Seamouse 1:17 Thu Nov 20
Re: Your favourite Dr. Who
The best one they never picked was Ken Campbell, they chose that useless Sylvester McCoy instead.

Of the rest Patrick Troughton by a mile John Pertwee was good but trying to be too much like James Bond for me.

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