Re: FPFR 4
- From: lraszewski@xxxxxxxxxx (L. Ross Raszewski)
- Date: Mon, 08 May 2006 10:32:37 GMT
On Mon, 8 May 2006 02:48:44 +0100, Jaxtraw
Sean Huxter wrote:
"Jaxtraw" <jax@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Monsieur Tabernac wrote:
On Sun, 07 May 2006 01:33:19 GMT, grim <jkfgdkhsaqo@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Sun, 07 May 2006 00:58:54 +0200, Fairplay wrote:
Mickey and Rose being reduced to extras. (this is Mickey's first
story as a time travelling companion. What does he add to the
plot? Nothing! It's like his character was added to the script at
the last minute. * And finally... the Doc pretending to be drunk
was really really embarrasing...
Mickey went along in The Long Game didn't he?
That was Adam from "Dalek", not Mickey (although he seemed to have
served a Mickey-esque purpose to the plot).
The one thing that I thought was out of character for the Doctor was
his apparent contentedness to remain trapped in the 18th century
with Mme de Pompadour -- he didn't seem at all to worry about the
fate of Rose and Mickey. After all, they were trapped on a
lifeless space ship with limited food, water and only clockwork
toilets. Chances are if he didn't have that fireplace they would
have died up there in time.
Surely the logical thing to do would be to come back from the future
and rescue himself.
For that matter, why not just get into the TARDIS and materialize days
before Mme. Pompadour dies? Or minutes after he's left her looking at
Well exactly, but that's the flaw of any time-travelling character- in
reality they'd never miss anything, since they can always go back if they
do. Failed to stop the Daleks being created? Simple. Go back another year
and shove Davros under a lorry.
Three words: Flying Time Monkeys.
You only get one shot at any one bit of time.
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