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Lonemagpie March 28 2013 07:31 PM

Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
Kill me before I put the DVD in.

Turbo March 29 2013 10:54 PM

Re: Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
Did you survive the horror?

Lonemagpie March 29 2013 11:16 PM

Re: Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
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Turbo wrote: (Post 7871377)
Did you survive the horror?

Haven't watched it yet...

Turbo March 29 2013 11:34 PM

Re: Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
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Lonemagpie wrote: (Post 7871488)
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Turbo wrote: (Post 7871377)
Did you survive the horror?

Haven't watched it yet...

May as well get it over with, no?

Currently watching Season 16. Up next is The Power of Kroll, which I've never seen. It looks...um...

Cutter John April 4 2013 03:47 AM

Re: But will it be a timehead?
 
Web Planet isn't that bad.

The Mirrorball Man April 4 2013 05:20 AM

Re: But will it be a timehead?
 
I love The Web Planet. It's the am dram Lord of the Rings.

VDCNI April 4 2013 06:09 AM

Re: But will it be a timehead?
 
I like the Web Planet - it has Barbara planning war strategy for a bunch of giant butterflies, what more would you want!

There are a lot worse Who stories out there.

Lonemagpie April 4 2013 08:05 AM

Re: But will it be a timehead?
 
I don't *hate* it but I recognise that it should never have been commissioned as it's too ambitious for the technology of the time

Green Lantern April 4 2013 09:59 AM

Re: But will it be a timehead?
 
The Web Planet was my first Hartnel episode. Wasn't that bad.

Sindatur April 4 2013 03:19 PM

Re: Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
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Lonemagpie wrote: (Post 7865302)
Kill me before I put the DVD in.

I enjoy the Web Planet, and it's probably even better with Hallucinagenics :devil:

Heh, this thread is Transcendentally Dimensional. The Title is bigger on the inside :guffaw:

Lonemagpie April 4 2013 06:37 PM

Re: Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
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Sindatur wrote: (Post 7897594)
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Lonemagpie wrote: (Post 7865302)
Kill me before I put the DVD in.

I enjoy the Web Planet, and it's probably even better with Hallucinagenics :devil:

Heh, this thead is Transcendentally Dimensional. The Title is bigger on the inside :guffaw:

Yeah, my machine autocompleted it from another post elsewhere, and when I noticed and changed it, it didn't stay changed on the menu...

Nagisa Furukawa April 4 2013 08:49 PM

Re: Oh god, it's the Web Planet next
 
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Sindatur wrote: (Post 7897594)
I enjoy the Web Planet, and it's probably even better with Hallucinagenics :devil:

I've actually watched some of it on hallucinogens. :rommie:

Like most movies/shows while tripping, it's just awkward cause you're super aware that what you're watching is this strange production of people pretending to be people they're not inside a rectangle. It's uncomfortable because while reality is bending and shifting and morphing around you, what's on the TV screen unfolds in a straight, linear fashion the same way it's always gone and always will go, and it sticks out like a sore thumb, like the Prophets from DS9 trying to observe the regular world.

Getting stoned and watching The Web Planet, on the other hand, rocks. :techman:

The Borgified Corpse April 8 2013 12:32 AM

Re: But will it be a timehead?
 
Part 1 of "The Web Planet" is always the episode that I show to people to give them an idea of Hartnell-era Doctor Who at its most pointless. The Doctor burns Ian's tie while Barbara & Vicki debate the medical merits of asprin. Riveting stuff!:techman:

The Mirrorball Man April 8 2013 02:22 AM

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The Borgified Corpse wrote: (Post 7912183)
Part 1 of "The Web Planet" is always the episode that I show to people to give them an idea of Hartnell-era Doctor Who at its most pointless.

Is this something that you do often?


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