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    Anyone see the new Dr Who? Nice to see they've kept the naff effects.

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    I'm still trying to decide whether it was great fun or just a load of bollox!!!

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    Great fun and complete bollox!

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    i watched it a week or whatever ago when it first leaked, so i don't know what changed between the workprint and the actual broadcast version. I'll assume sound effects/visual effects.

    It was great. Nonsense. Cheesy. But fantastic. I'm well impressed. More than i am with the US remake of the office, anyway. Ugh.
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    At least the BBC have thrown a few hundred quid at this one. Anything is better than reality TV shows with has-been celebs who are happy to sit in a forrest all night for a couple of hundred quid.

    Personally, I thought the making of (Dr Who confidential) the programme was better. It's on straight after Dr Who on BBC3 (I think it's BBC3 anyway).
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    I'm not a new fan of the new Doctor Who, honestly. I prefer the older stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eason
    I'm not a new fan of the new Doctor Who, honestly. I prefer the older stuff.
    Seems that Chris Eccleston thinks the same. He's already left the role, not bothering to sign up for a second series. I heard on the radio this morning. Apparently he doesn't want to become typecast.

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    Funny, too, because BBC renewed it for quite a bit more episodes. Maybe they'll find a better Doctor Who to replace him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eason
    Funny, too, because BBC renewed it for quite a bit more episodes. Maybe they'll find a better Doctor Who to replace him.
    Better? The rave reviews were based around his performance. Oops!

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    I actually missed Ant & Dec to watch it..(don`t blame me, my better half loves em). I thought it was a hoot and true to the original in alot of ways. I just hope Billie Piper doesn`t leave too.

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