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Goatboy posted this 16 July 2017 - Last edited 16 July 2017

Jodie Whittaker confirmed as the 13th Doctor.

Whovian girls rejoice.

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lifeintheslowlane posted this 16 July 2017

lou_lol

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Saint or sinner posted this 16 July 2017

 Who indeed. As in, who is she? Face and name mean nothing to me.

 Good call on giving it to a woman. I might look at some MSM comments in about half an hour. There's going to be some angry young men spouting bile about giving it to a woman.

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Bathsaint posted this 16 July 2017

They haven't been long in giving their opinions.

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CB Saint posted this 16 July 2017

Well I would like to show her my sonic screwdriver

lifeintheslowlane posted this 16 July 2017

Darleks have PMT...why not Dr. Who?

CB Saint posted this 16 July 2017

Wasn't she in Broadchurch? The one whose nipper got murdered in the first series

Cobham Saint posted this 16 July 2017

Originally posted by Saint or sinner

 Who indeed. As in, who is she? Face and name mean nothing to me.

 Good call on giving it to a woman. I might look at some MSM comments in about half an hour. There's going to be some angry young men spouting bile about giving it to a woman.

Imagine the bile that would have been spouted if the BBC had announced a female, black, Irish, one-legged, single mother lesbian as the new Dr?

 

I think the BBC played the safe and easy option.

 

lifeintheslowlane posted this 16 July 2017

Originally posted by CB Saint

Wasn't she in Broadchurch? The one whose nipper got murdered in the first series

 Yep.

Saint or sinner posted this 16 July 2017

Originally posted by Cobham Saint

Originally posted by Saint or sinner

 Who indeed. As in, who is she? Face and name mean nothing to me.

 Good call on giving it to a woman. I might look at some MSM comments in about half an hour. There's going to be some angry young men spouting bile about giving it to a woman.

Imagine the bile that would have been spouted if the BBC had announced a female, black, Irish, one-legged, single mother lesbian as the new Dr?

 

I think the BBC played the safe and easy option.

 

 I just had a look at the Guardians article and comments. Transfer Irish for hijab wearing Muslim and it's already there. I hear the mails comment section is hilarious.

 The BBC will take lots of flak, from people(ok men), that struggle with the concept of a fictional, shape shifting alien, taking whichever form it likes(a bit like Top Gear).

Script and acting ability will determine whether she succeeds in the role and i've read nothing but glowing reports about her acting.

saintbletch posted this 16 July 2017

Originally posted by lifeintheslowlane

Originally posted by CB Saint

Wasn't she in Broadchurch? The one whose nipper got murdered in the first series

 Yep.

Odd though, if my little boy had been killed in a quaint seaside town, and I could travel in time and space, I'd nip back and save him.

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Fowllyd posted this 16 July 2017

In some respects it's almost a shame that they gave the role of Missy to Michelle Gomez, as she could have made a great Doctor. Then again, she made a great Missy.

PhilippineSaint posted this 16 July 2017

Whats with all this unveiling stuff they should have left it untill number 12 regenerated and then introduced the new Doctor.

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Sadoldgit posted this 16 July 2017

She was good in Broadchurch. I just wish that they had grasped the nettle and cast a female muslim.

Sfcsim posted this 16 July 2017

I'm hoping that she does not take the fake Dorset accent from Broadchurch to the Tardis! 

Looking forward to the new series. 

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