Torchwood

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  1. YoungJediNiagara RSA Emeritus FF Canada

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    Ok, who's watchin' it?

    To be honest...I hated Jack in Doctor Who. But I'm loving him in Torchwood. He just works for this type of show (higher parental rating).

  2. Darth_Haggis Force Ghost

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    Guilty. [face_blush]
    I agree, he works better in this type of show.
  3. Primrodo Jedi Master

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    Its not bad so far, I am looking forward to see how it will tie in to the good Doctor down the road!
  4. YoungJediNiagara RSA Emeritus FF Canada

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    Doctor Who "tie-in"...

    Anyone else realise that the hand in the jar (that got broken by the girl possessed by the sex mist) is most likely the Doctors hand that got cut off in last years Christmas special?
  5. Darth_Haggis Force Ghost

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    :D Most likely.

    What about the connection between Ianto and last year's Season finally with the battle with the Cybermen at Torchwood 1 in London?
  6. Primrodo Jedi Master

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    oooh never even thought!!

    Jack already mentioned needing to find the right kind of Doctor... ;) I am curious if we will ever hear about our trepid time lord...
  7. assetic Jedi Knight

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    Who thinks the hand is the Doctor's hand from the Christmas Invasion?
    Growing his own timelord :p
  8. Darth_Haggis Force Ghost

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    Does the presense of this thread mean we have a small Doctor Who following in Canada? ;) Or is this limited to just Captain Jack and the Torchwood crew?
  9. Primrodo Jedi Master

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    Dunno what you mean...

    [image=http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a332/Primrodo/The%20Doctor/IMG_1825.jpg]
  10. Yebbed-Crage Jedi Master

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    It's bad when even I watch it!!!

  11. assetic Jedi Knight

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    Small Doctor Who following?
    ... nah...

    Just http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gm3TtnrdA1k -> The Doctor Plus One
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uqZKRjm5B1M ->> The doctor and rose hit up dragon*con
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WlJMrrUN28 ->> Happy "Who-laween"
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPIX4BRUJOQ ->> Marilyn Monroe: DALEK HUNTER

    Just as a few short films.
  12. YoungJediNiagara RSA Emeritus FF Canada

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    Possible ?Theory??

    Jack can?t die, or at least that is what it seams, right?

    Did Jack use the ?alien technology? (aka the theorized hand of the Doctor) to create a way to regenerate himself?

    Hummmmm
  13. Darth_Haggis Force Ghost

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    :eek:

    EDIT:
    [face_laugh] Classic. That's awesome!
  14. Primrodo Jedi Master

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    Well actually I think that Rose made it so Jack could never die...

    And glad you like the pic :)
  15. assetic Jedi Knight

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    I think Jack is keeping the hand (that is if it is the Doctor's Hand) so he has a connection to the Doctor somehow.
    Growing his own Doctor :p

    Rose did make him unable to die. The whole Bad Wolf "I bring life" thing made it impossible for him to die.

    What I'm confussed about is stuff from the episode "Small Worlds".
    Now we know Jack is from the 51st century (originally). He went to WWII in London at the height of the Blitz for his scam (He was a time agent right?) He got left in the future by the Doctor and Rose.

    So why would he promise Estelle (the older woman from "Small Worlds") that they would be together til death, when he went to the blitz for a scam?
    Also when did he end up in 1909? (The scene when his men got killed by faries in a flashback. Rose Pedals.) It wouldn?t make sense for him to go back in time so early, would it?

    and lastly... how did he come from the future when Rose and the Doctor left him there, to the present?

    SOOO many questions.
  16. YoungJediNiagara RSA Emeritus FF Canada

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    Ok...how so? I forget.
  17. Primrodo Jedi Master

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    Pretty well that. Jack even mentioned it breifly I thought?
  18. assetic Jedi Knight

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    Yep, he mentioned at the end of the first episode. :)
  19. Yebbed-Crage Jedi Master

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    Jack....Owen....Jack....Owen....

    Decisions, decisions!!!

    THis week's episode SUCKED BTW!!! What a fluff episode!!

  20. assetic Jedi Knight

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    Random Shoes?
    Yes, that episode was SUCH a disipointment after watching "They Keep Killing". That was a good episode.
    (I vote Jack. Owen is kinda a sleeze)
  21. Woofer Jedi Master

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    Well I've finally caught up on Dr Who Season "2" and Torchwood.

    I think the scariest part was having to see Rhys's butt twice!!
  22. YoungJediNiagara RSA Emeritus FF Canada

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    That was deb's favorite part.

    Now you just have the "new Adventures of Sarah Jane"....don't worry if you skip it....it sucked...poor Sarah :(
  23. Woofer Jedi Master

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    Yeah I saw it.

    Its one thing to be a kids show, but that was aimed at a really young audience, and the writing was extremely cartoony.
  24. Spiderfan Jedi Grand Master

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    Haven't gotten to Torchwood yet. Culling my way through The Tenth Doctor's adventures so far. Just finished "Age of Steel"...:_|How could they leave Mickey behind!?
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