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Postby Skylus » Mon Oct 29, 2018 7:50 pm

Triassica wrote:Not exactly a great episode about spiders. What was with the guy who wanted to be president? For all of Trump's horrendous faults, he has something that this prick lacked to become President and that's charisma...


Even here you get political.
Also I didn't get the president guy either, like why did they have to make this a bit political?

Other wise, great episode.
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Postby Philjia » Tue Oct 30, 2018 5:30 am

The reason it didn't work as satire is because the character in the episode was more realistic than Trump the real life human.
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Postby Ameriganastan » Tue Oct 30, 2018 9:39 pm

One thing I did like about the episode: The Doctor cutting the bullshit on travelling with her. All "This shit is dangerous and you're gonna become a different person". I wish They did that more often.
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Platypus Bureaucracy wrote:Best episode by far.
Lots of fun, but suitably creepy at times too. Yaz is good when she's actually given something to do, and this episode was just generally better at balancing screentime for all four characters. Not quite sure how locking all the spiders in a room is humane, though; presumably they'll tear each other apart once the food runs out.


It wasn't humane at all. In fact, it was needlessly cruel. The way the Doctor was going off at Robertson at the end was frankly disgusting. Informed Heroism.

Episode as a whole is pretty much a rip off of Eight Legged Freaks:

the plot concerns a collection of spiders that are exposed to toxic waste, causing them to grow to gigantic proportions and begin killing and harvesting.


And why were the spider carcasses being binned specially? If there was a specific concern about the carcasses why not incinerate them? In fact, why would anything other than incineration be done?

Nice to see Yaz in her home environment. Even better to see her get a decent amount of dialogue. Also, have I just not noticed or did her hairstyle always make it look like she's got horns?
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Postby Alvecia » Wed Oct 31, 2018 5:57 am

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Platypus Bureaucracy wrote:Best episode by far.
Lots of fun, but suitably creepy at times too. Yaz is good when she's actually given something to do, and this episode was just generally better at balancing screentime for all four characters. Not quite sure how locking all the spiders in a room is humane, though; presumably they'll tear each other apart once the food runs out.


It wasn't humane at all. In fact, it was needlessly cruel. The way the Doctor was going off at Robertson at the end was frankly disgusting. Informed Heroism.

Episode as a whole is pretty much a rip off of Eight Legged Freaks:

the plot concerns a collection of spiders that are exposed to toxic waste, causing them to grow to gigantic proportions and begin killing and harvesting.


And why were the spider carcasses being binned specially? If there was a specific concern about the carcasses why not incinerate them? In fact, why would anything other than incineration be done?

Nice to see Yaz in her home environment. Even better to see her get a decent amount of dialogue. Also, have I just not noticed or did her hairstyle always make it look like she's got horns?

I suspect the idea was that the lab handed them off to the disposal company who was supposed to be incinerating them, but they were cutting corners and just dumping them in the old mine.
As someone else pointed out, the lab is at least partly at fault for not ensuring that the carcasses were just that, carcasses. But the disposal company should really be taking care of them in a manner that ensure they won't survive the disposal process.
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Platypus Bureaucracy wrote:Best episode by far.
Lots of fun, but suitably creepy at times too. Yaz is good when she's actually given something to do, and this episode was just generally better at balancing screentime for all four characters. Not quite sure how locking all the spiders in a room is humane, though; presumably they'll tear each other apart once the food runs out.


It wasn't humane at all. In fact, it was needlessly cruel. The way the Doctor was going off at Robertson at the end was frankly disgusting. Informed Heroism.

Episode as a whole is pretty much a rip off of Eight Legged Freaks:

the plot concerns a collection of spiders that are exposed to toxic waste, causing them to grow to gigantic proportions and begin killing and harvesting.


And why were the spider carcasses being binned specially? If there was a specific concern about the carcasses why not incinerate them? In fact, why would anything other than incineration be done?

Nice to see Yaz in her home environment. Even better to see her get a decent amount of dialogue. Also, have I just not noticed or did her hairstyle always make it look like she's got horns?

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It wasn't humane at all. In fact, it was needlessly cruel. The way the Doctor was going off at Robertson at the end was frankly disgusting. Informed Heroism.

Episode as a whole is pretty much a rip off of Eight Legged Freaks:



And why were the spider carcasses being binned specially? If there was a specific concern about the carcasses why not incinerate them? In fact, why would anything other than incineration be done?

Nice to see Yaz in her home environment. Even better to see her get a decent amount of dialogue. Also, have I just not noticed or did her hairstyle always make it look like she's got horns?

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Postby The Two Jerseys » Thu Nov 01, 2018 7:06 pm

Arachnids in the UK is definitely the best episode so far, they finally have Jodie acting like a proper Doctor.

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Postby Earthbound Immortal Squad » Sat Nov 03, 2018 7:11 am

Any thoughts about the next episode I think it may be a two part episode any thoughts?
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Earthbound immortal squad wrote:Any thoughts about the next episode I think it may be a two part episode any thoughts?

I thought that was not happening this season and they were all stand alone episodes?
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Postby Philjia » Sat Nov 03, 2018 8:52 am

Earthbound immortal squad wrote:Any thoughts about the next episode I think it may be a two part episode any thoughts?

There are no two-part episodes, and in any case we know the next two episodes are Chris Chibnall's "The Tsuranga Conundrum", which looks like a space base-under-siege, and Vinay Patel's "Demons of The Punjab", which is probably a sci-fi-historical.
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Postby Philjia » Sun Nov 04, 2018 12:53 pm

The Tsuranga Conundrum is probably the best episode of Doctor Who Chibnall's ever written. Exciting, dramatic, funny, and excellently presented. I'd have made the alien a bit scarier, but you can't have it all.

It's just a shame the 13th Doctor is such an irritating little shit.
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Postby Tokuopolis » Sun Nov 04, 2018 1:17 pm

Philjia wrote:The Tsuranga Conundrum is probably the best episode of Doctor Who Chibnall's ever written. Exciting, dramatic, funny, and excellently presented. I'd have made the alien a bit scarier, but you can't have it all.

It's just a shame the 13th Doctor is such an irritating little shit.

Eh, I think it was deliberately silly/"ugly-cute" on purpose.

Speaking of The Tsuranga Conundrum was a good episode, just as good as last week.

Plot was basically "Alien" on a hospital ship, but with more comedic elements and a more silly design with the space gremlin "pa'ting". It was a lot of fun though.

Funny jokes throughout, especially with the pregnant man and non-emotional android.

Good conflict between the chief medic and the doctor.

Is the Doctor losing the TARDIS going to be a running gag for the rest of the season?
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Postby Astrolinium » Sun Nov 04, 2018 1:44 pm

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I thought that was really good, I agree that it's probably the best episode of Doctor Who yet this season, and very strong coming after last week, which was quite good too. I still miss Steven Moffat but this is very fun.
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Postby Earthbound Immortal Squad » Sun Nov 04, 2018 2:09 pm

Philjia wrote:The Tsuranga Conundrum is probably the best episode of Doctor Who Chibnall's ever written. Exciting, dramatic, funny, and excellently presented. I'd have made the alien a bit scarier, but you can't have it all.

It's just a shame the 13th Doctor is such an irritating little shit.



Any thoughts on where the name Tsuranga comes from and why did that doctor get concerned about the doctors scans?
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Philjia wrote:The Tsuranga Conundrum is probably the best episode of Doctor Who Chibnall's ever written. Exciting, dramatic, funny, and excellently presented. I'd have made the alien a bit scarier, but you can't have it all.

It's just a shame the 13th Doctor is such an irritating little shit.



Any thoughts on where the name Tsuranga comes from and why did that doctor get concerned about the doctors scans?

Tsuranga's just a made up word. (Although there is a city in New Zealand called Tauranga) Inappropriate medical care has killed the Doctor before.
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Earthbound immortal squad wrote:
Philjia wrote:The Tsuranga Conundrum is probably the best episode of Doctor Who Chibnall's ever written. Exciting, dramatic, funny, and excellently presented. I'd have made the alien a bit scarier, but you can't have it all.

It's just a shame the 13th Doctor is such an irritating little shit.



Any thoughts on where the name Tsuranga comes from and why did that doctor get concerned about the doctors scans?


Probably because she's a Time Lord and so her biology is not what whatsisface was expecting.
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Postby Platypus Bureaucracy » Sun Nov 04, 2018 3:24 pm

Apparently I'm in the minority. I thought that was a particularly poor episode.
Clunky character exposition (the awkward Q&A style exchange between Yaz and Ryan about his mum's death in particular), largely superfluous android character, an entirely superfluous subplot with the pregnant dude, and the usual struggle to manage the too-large cast of companions. I also thought it was Whitaker's weakest performance by a long way. Some of the jokes were good, but that's about it.
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Platypus Bureaucracy wrote:Apparently I'm in the minority. I thought that was a particularly poor episode.
Clunky character exposition (the awkward Q&A style exchange between Yaz and Ryan about his mum's death in particular), largely superfluous android character, an entirely superfluous subplot with the pregnant dude, and the usual struggle to manage the too-large cast of companions. I also thought it was Whitaker's weakest performance by a long way. Some of the jokes were good, but that's about it.

I mean thinking about it more it's obviously an incoherent mess, but I enjoyed it in the moment. It probably helped that I already disliked the Doctor so was resigned to not enjoying her bits anyway.
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It was okay.
They kinda blew their load too quick by revealing the alien so early. But that aside, it was good. Like a less boring version of 'Midnight'.
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Philjia wrote:Although there is a city in New Zealand called Tauranga

Finally! New Zealand is acknowledged!
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Postby Skylus » Sun Nov 04, 2018 7:51 pm

The alien was actually cute.
Deadly, but cute.
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