View Full Version : Torchwood question?.

August 27th, 2007, 08:21 AM
I dont know the answer to this, but I'm wandering if anyone else has noticed or am I mistaken?.

But at the end of the final episode we sort of assumed and heard in part the Tardis appearing and dissapearing in Captain Jacks room right?.

So how on earth in Dr Who did we then see Captain Jack Running towards the Tardis above ground level quite a distance away from where we assumed the Tardis had landed?.

The Signal
August 27th, 2007, 09:09 AM
There should really have been a spoiler warning here, but there you go.

You never saw it materialise in the HUB, so it's possible Jack (and we) just heard it from inside because it's so bleedin' loud

Pharaoh Hamenthotep
August 27th, 2007, 11:07 AM
The TARDIS is very loud! In 'The Parting of the Ways' Mickey heard it from several streets away. When it was in Cardiff in the beginning of 'Utopia' the TARDIS wasn't that far away from Torchwood so it is entirely possible for Jack to hear it from inside. Unless he was already outside and simply saw the TARDIS in front of him!

August 29th, 2007, 01:52 AM
I had not thought about that until you mentioned it, but now you have:
The TARDIS is loud, but at the end of Torchwood we see Cpt J standing still in Torchwood, with his arms folded (I think) as though he expects the TARDIS to materialise in Torchwood, so we are led to believe that the sound of the TARDIS is coming from exactly that spot. I.E. that the TARDIS will materialise in Torchwood

P.S First time I have posted "TARDIS" here, and usually get comments on the fact that I use all capitals when I do that on message boards, so to forestall any comments/corrections:

TARDIS is an acronym (as most will know Time And Relative Dimensions In Space) so should either be types all capitals, or all capitals with a full stop (period) after each letter. I don't complain when people (incorrectly) type Tardis or tardis, so please don't complain when I (correctly) type TARDIS.

Oh, and yes, one of my other favourite TV shows is "Never Mind The Full Stops". :)