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Old July 24 2013, 02:11 AM   #106
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I imagine the Comic-Con trail will end up on whatever home video release the anniversary special gets, so it's not like it's a total loss.
I'm sure a condensed version of the experience of the doctor who 2013 comic con will be on a DVD.
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Old July 24 2013, 10:26 AM   #107
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The BBC really sucks at PR. Way to go, let's piss off a bunch of fans! Brilliant!

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Suck's for the U.K because it was in America that the trailer was shown

Sucks for both sides because it's not being released at all
So BBC licence payers can’t see content that they paid for.
That comment looks like something one would find in the editorial section of that esteemed Newspaper, the Daily Mail.

Anyway, doesn't BBC America or Worldwide pay for the jolly each year to Comic Con, ergo, said trailer was funded by BBC America or Worldwide and not BBC Proper out of Broadcasting House.

Meaning that no license fee payers money was actually used in sending the cast and crew to San Diego, putting them up in a plush hotel, nor was the money used to edit the trailer and broadcast it at the largest geek event in the world.

Of course, LF money was used to film the original product, but that's just by the by.
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Old July 24 2013, 12:50 PM   #108
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Re: 50th Anniversary Trailer Description

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Anyway, doesn't BBC America or Worldwide pay for the jolly each year to Comic Con, ergo, said trailer was funded by BBC America or Worldwide and not BBC Proper out of Broadcasting House.
BBC America does, yes.

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Of course, LF money was used to film the original product, but that's just by the by.
Same with the BBC America documentaries (like Doctor Who In America) or the Doctor Who Revisited series; license fee money went into the raw footage, but BBC America finished it off.
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Old July 26 2013, 05:30 PM   #109
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If it works out it'll be the first Dalek story that Moffat has got right.

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The whole 'only just regenerated' thing was never thought out as later in the episode that fanboy shows Rose all those pictures of Eccleston throughout history.
The TARDIS can... travel through time? Those happened "later".

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If it works out it'll be the first Dalek story that Moffat has got right.
Dalek, Parting of the Ways and Asylum of the Daleks are the only worthwhile New Who Dalek stories.
Asylum is one of the worst of the new series. The only new series one worse is Moffats other one, Victory.
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TBH I'd rather they'd kept the Daleks for the Xmas show this year, since December 27th is *their* 50th anniversary...
That's a good point actually. Well I wouldn't mind them being in both though.

I just hope they use a classic villain for the regeneration at least, I think a modern villain finishing the 50th anniversary year and finishing Smiths time on the show wouldn't really do the show justice.
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