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Doctor Who Adversaries – Capricorn

Continuing our delve into New Who, and really rather regretting it…

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In each episode of “Doctor Who Adversaries”, we talk a look at a nemesis of the good Doctor.

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  1. Well, I have to agree with everything you’ve said.

    In regards to new Who this was the cut off point for me.

    It felt like this is what would happen if you gave a couple of teenage boys a budget and said do what you want! I’m surprised we didn’t have a car chase and flying monkeys with rocket packs! Haha.

    Classic who was a children’s programme enjoyed by adults, and I think this was due to the doctors having a maturity about them.

    New Who has replaced the eccentric with silliness thinking there both the same, and there not.

    David Tennant is a good actor but totally falls flat doing the dramatic we see here. its totally void of understatement. It’s naff!

    When Tom bakers Dr said goodbye to leela not much was said, yet it spoke volumes.

    I managed the exhibitions in the early 2000s and met a few actors and they hate having to do all that rubbish.

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