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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    "There's something odd...with the Ood." Love that!


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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    that is a great line

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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    i felt so bad for the ood

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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    Quote Originally Posted by Pharaoh Atem View Post
    i felt so bad for the ood
    The Ood were treated very badly, it's true. But it made their liberation in "Planet of the Ood" and the interesting civilization they'd created by "The End of Time" that much more satisfying to watch. They were also the first ones to prophesy to the Doctor about the coming cataclysm. They went from being Satan's unwilling pawns to helping the Doctor save all of creation. Definitely a great arc for them.


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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    i agree

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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    Brilliant 2 parter. Two of the best episodes I've seen so far.

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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    The tension at the end of this episode, ramping up to the cliffhanger, was outstanding.

    Actually, this whole episode can be used as a textbook example of great buildup, culminating in an edge-of-your-seat hook into the second episode.

    Watching now: Doctor Who Series 3/29 (rewatch) - The X-Files Season 2 (rewatch) - Pushing Daisies Season 1 - Torchwood Series 1 - Red Dwarf Series 8 - Battlestar Galactica Season 2 (rewatch) - Northern Exposure Season 3 (rewatch)

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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    Cool episode, can't wait to see the rest of it! Best cliffhanger I've seen in a long time.
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    Default Re: The Impossible Planet (2808/208)

    This is one of the creepy ones.
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