Discussion in 'Doctor Who' started by Starkers, May 30, 2013.
It might actually happen!
I think all those things are possible, except the Ponds coming back (aside from a flashback maybe?
Given Outpost Skaro is run by an attention whore who back in 2009 said the 11th Doctor was gonna be a Zygon and the 10th Doctor would reveal himself at the end of Season 5, I wouldn't believe a damn thing this guy says.
Dismiss anything Outpost Skaro say, they're known trolls and liars.
It brings back up the possibility that the Doctor travels to New York some other way than the TARDIS.
Or that the Ponds travel somewhere to find the Doctor.
Or he could just see them from afar like he did in Closing Time.
Lots of ways it could be done.
I suppose... the Doctor saying 'Sod it' to the danger to reality and going to see the Ponds, and that causing the crisis that forces his regeneration might make a dramatic sort-of sense. Pure speculation though, and rather hope not.
I've often wondered if they would have a TARDIS generated holographic Amy in the regeneration scene as a book end sort of thing. Although since that says Ponds plural, maybe we're getting another End of Time-esque companion round-up. I wonder who Captain Jack will be trying to score with at the bar this time...?
Forget Roger More, honestly. I'd much rather see Ian Ogilvy in Who.
Of course he might just see the Ponds in the same way Five saw Adric and co?
Why do people want the Ponds to return? They were the worst companions since Mel. The Ponds were so boring.
Disliking a Companion, any Companion, is generally a minority opinion. I think Adric may be the only universally hated Companion. All the rest are only disliked by a small number of the General audience, and there's only a few who are disliked by a large portion of online fans.
Even Rose, who grew to be disliked by a large portion of the online fans is still well loved by the General Audience at large.
Even among the online fans, Rory and Amy are still only disliked by a small number.
Nope. I liked Adric. He was a bit of a whiner, but then the entire crew back in the Davison era whined. That was the most dysfunctional "family" ever depicted in the history of Doctor Who.
Regarding Rory and Amy, while they're not my favorite companions, I loved the dynamic when all three were on set together.
"Universally hated" doesn't necessarily mean 100%, I probably should've said something like he's probably the only one who was disliked by a large portion of the general audience.
My wish was always that Jack would come on to 11, then 11 would say "oh Captain, you're still an impossible thing"
A shame they never crossed paths onscreen.
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