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Blayne Bradley
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Awesome. Just awesome. Seeing the 2 Doctors talk to each other and interact like that is just amazing.
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Eaquae Legit
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Link?

Edit: I found it, though it took me two tries. The first video I clicked was some sort of elaborate fan-vid.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PtIXg7MzPUY


Awwwwwww.

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Yeah, I found it immediately after this thread was made. I wish that it lasted longer [Frown] .
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I keep watching it. It just gets better with each viewing.

I love the "Clockwork Tardis" music in the background as Ten fixes the problem. I love the cracks about the celery. "Not many men can pull off a decorative vegetable" - golden! I love Tennant's obvious affection as he talks to Davidson, when he says he takes so much inspiration from him. "You were my doctor" just chokes me right up. And that beautiful little exchange, at the end: "To days to come." "All my love to long ago."

It's just... perfect. The only thing wrong with it is it's too short, far too short.

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Someone linked to this on the BBC website and I couldn't watch it, so I'm really glad that a) someone YouTubed it and b) you posted the link here.

Thanks very much!

And, oh! "No beard--Well, a wife."

*snorffle*

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I had to look up the meaning behind that joke >_>. Stupid British 60's slang.
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Narnia
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Ok Jon, share the meaning with the rest of us Americans. [Smile] I'm curious.
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Olivet
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A 'beard' is a woman who appears to be involved with a man who is really gay in order to hide the fact from people at large.
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I loved that sketch. That was awesome.
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quote:
Originally posted by JonHecht:
I had to look up the meaning behind that joke >_>. Stupid British 60's slang.

That's current American usage as well.
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If Doctor #5 learned from Doctor #10 that The Master was still around, then Doctor #9 (and #10, up until they met) would have known that he wasn't the last of the Time Lords. Referring to the TARDIS's interior look as a "desktop theme" grated a bit, too, simply because it was too obvious a nod to current convention in computers.

That said, I loved this.

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considering how many years had passed between the 5th and 10th Doctors and considering the tramae of the timewar and etc its entirely possible he wouldnt have remembered until he bumped into the 5th.

Also considering that have stated on screen that the Doctor (the 10th at least) doesn't have a particularily good memory.

Also the whole "The Master showed up again" to the 5ths poitn of view that could have been any recurrence of the Doctor, the appearence and subsequent death of the Master in the 8th Doctors tenure could have in his view been that time although in the midst of the excitement he could have easily forgotten the 10ths comments about a wife.

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Thanks, Olivet. That's hilarious now that I get it. [Big Grin]
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did you know that Tennant has a Scottish accent in real life. you can see it in th NTV awards.
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