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#1090983
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

TV’s Frink said:

Bingowings said:

I would have announced a doctory male actor and a female actor so that everyone would assume she was the companion when the location photos started to leak and then do the switcheroo at Christmas and surprise everyone.

They’re running a business, right? I’m assuming the way they did will drive bigger ratings.

They are running a public service broadcaster by royal warrant, technically they aren’t supposed to think about running a profit but they do.
I think these leaks are more to try and turn the inevitable leaks by the tabloids into something positive but the power of surprise is tangible and if everyone found out on Christmas day the new Doctor was a woman you can bet your bottom dollar even people with very little interest in the show would tune in to watch the first episode just see what the fuss was all about.
Giving it a half a year to stew as they have some of that expectation would have worn off by the time the first episodes with the 13th Doctor start showing. BTW they should have done this when Tom Baker left as they had done the Doctor getting younger thing to the point of breaking. Maybe the Doctor should be female for the next 13 incarnations. Plenty of great actresses out there to keep her going.

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#1090965
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

I would have announced a doctory male actor and a female actor so that everyone would assume she was the companion when the location photos started to leak and then do the switcheroo at Christmas and surprise everyone.
So much or the last series was ruined by premature reveals.
I also hope that Michelle Gomez is fibbing and we get a female Master and female Doctor face off a few times.
I will miss Capaldi though. He is a great actor and some of his episodes are the best the show has ever had and he is good in the not so good ones.

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#1089742
Topic
The Place to Go for Emotional Support
Time

There is clearly something about this person that you respond to so figure out what it is.
Maybe it’s something you can learn to adopt into your own persona or help you identify realistically meetable people who you might develop a real bond with.
Most situations have a positive lesson to teach us about ourselves or others.

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#1089404
Topic
The Place to Go for Emotional Support
Time

moviefreakedmind said:

TV’s Frink said:

moviefreakedmind said:

TV’s Frink said:

I hope this doesn’t come off as insensitive but it kind of sounds like you might just need new friends or something.

Yeah, probably. I don’t like anyone else either though.

You haven’t met everyone yet.

I’ve met more than enough for my taste.

This is where you are going wrong. You are never going to have friendship of a long lasting nature if you eat who you meet 😃 Seriously though people tend to be nuanced. There is usually something salvageable from even the most wretched of us and most people never meet the most wretched of us… they are far too famous 😄

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#1089402
Topic
Video Game Thread
Time

RayRogers said:

Bingowings said:

Finally finished Alien Isolation. A very good game in many ways but those awful quick time events.
The ending is a bit of a let down too.
Looks like someone too a leaf our of the Prometheus book by not actually ending the story and leaving stuff for a sequel that may never happen.
I’m away for my summer break soon so as a palette cleanser I’ve fired up the Orange Box and started playing Portal 1. The difficulty gradient on that game is a bit abrupt. It’s a load of fun still though.

Really hoping Creative Assembly makes more ALIEN series games. Already was a huge fan of their TOTAL WAR games and glad they did it right. Still don’t know if I’d want to play ALIENS: Colonial Marines.

I’ve got it but it might be too soon after battling one (…) unstobbable beast to enter into a badly received war with many squishable ones.

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#1089218
Topic
Video Game Thread
Time

Finally finished Alien Isolation. A very good game in many ways but those awful quick time events.
The ending is a bit of a let down too.
Looks like someone too a leaf our of the Prometheus book by not actually ending the story and leaving stuff for a sequel that may never happen.
I’m away for my summer break soon so as a palette cleanser I’ve fired up the Orange Box and started playing Portal 1. The difficulty gradient on that game is a bit abrupt. It’s a load of fun still though.

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#1089146
Topic
The Place to Go for Emotional Support
Time

Handman said:

moviefreakedmind said:

Bingowings said:
4. Keep in Touch. At the moment you don’t feel enthusiastic about anything but as an exercise contacting people who you have any kind of friendly relations or past with can have a genuinely positive effect.

All of your points for Mike O are great, but I wanted to comment on this specifically because it’s something that is offered as advice in a lot of scenarios and people have told me this a lot and I just don’t get it. I think it’s probably a feeling somewhat unique to me, but people just disgust me. Being within twenty feet of anyone other than a few exceptions makes me want to scream. I’m not a sociopath at all, I’m actually extremely empathetic almost to a fault in that I obsess over how I can go about doing things without harming or inconveniencing anyone, plus I get furious whenever I hear about people getting mistreated. The really funny thing, though, is that I get quite lonely, but it only takes a single interaction with one of my so-called “friends” (which never fails to remind me of why they sicken me and why I never want to see them again) to realize that the only experience worse than overwhelming loneliness is talking to fucking people. Like I said, I’m generally alone in this opinion, but it’s something that I see all the time as a supposed ingredient for happiness and I can’t even imagine having a circle of people that I would enjoy meeting with regularly. Sorry to derail the thread.

+1. I’ve spent my whole summer reevaluating my relations to the people I know and am considerably disappointed at how hollow it all is.

I would hope at the end of your evaluation process there were about three people you could call or write to if you couldn’t pop over to visit. The point of the exercise is to connect to people. Particularly people who at least try to make us feel better to some degree. The mind responds to visual cues of other people and positively to positive cues.

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#1088625
Topic
The Place to Go for Emotional Support
Time

Mike O said:

Sigh. I’ve had TWO WEEKS of vacation. Lots of people would die for that. I’ve TRIED to fight against my depression and OCD, but it’s so hard. I’ve gone out with friends twice, with family once (going to be twice, and hopefully three times), but I can barely enjoy ANYTHING. I have to go back to work on Monday, and can barely stand the the thought, but it’s not like I’m deriving any pleasure from my time off. I had a huge compulsion binge today. I’m beginning to think that I’m going to have to live with the fact that my faith is cracked, and just can’t deal with it, but that’s still no reason for this obsessive behavior and thoughts.

I completed a psychoanalytic evaluation. I’m depressed and obsessive, which I could’ve told them, but apparently I’m a therapist’s dream because I’m self-aware and full of potential. But I couldn’t even DO the ERP my last therapist assigned me. I didn’t listen, then I complain that I don’t feel better. I kind of wish I could apologize to him. I just…feel stuck. If I’m not willing to put in the effort, I waste a therapist’s time. They’ll be submitting my analysis data to my psychiatrist, and hopefully he’ll recommend someone. I see him again in a week or two. But my mysterious compulsion to do things multiple times isn’t getting better in the meantime even after I indulge the compulsions. I’m tired of this. I just want to sit down and watch some TV or read and relax. I want my brain back. What’s happening to me? Why is this happening to me? I was fine a year or so ago, and had REAL problems. This is so fucking stupid.

You aren’t wasting the time of the therapist. They are trained to expect certain behaviours from unwell people. Hopefully they will be taking a note of what you tell them and this will inform the future course of your therapy. Why it’s happening to you is an easy question to answer but the solution to it is the difficult part. This is happening to you because you are unwell. People get unwell in lots of different ways for lots of different reasons and mental illness and mental poor health are no different from any other kind of illness or poor health. From a general perspective there are activities that will raise your mental health.

  1. You are doing right now. It’s talking (or writing) about your feelings. Getting those feelings out of your head onto a page or out into the wider world is of undeniable benefit so keep tapping those keys.

2.Eat well and eat healthy food. Maintain three meals a day, drink plenty of water and limit your caffeine, salt and sugar. It has a very strong effect on the mind what you put in your body.

  1. Drink Sensibly. Booze is a depressant it is a powerful medication and can bugger up other medications so use sparingly if at all during this time.

  2. Keep in Touch. At the moment you don’t feel enthusiastic about anything but as an exercise contacting people who you have any kind of friendly relations or past with can have a genuinely positive effect.

  3. Keep active. Physical activity of any kind releases chemicals into your body that raise your mood. Doing something physical has an effect on self esteem it also makes you more likely to get a healthy amount of sleep. It could be as simple as taking the stairs rather than the elevator or doing a bit of gardening or walking somewhere.

  4. You are already doing but I put this here for anyone else. Ask for help. It’s good you got connected to a medical team but find out what your local helplines are and should you find your situation particularly desperate there is always your ER (or A&E if you are on the other side of the splashy salt watery thing).

  5. You are having a bit of a problem with right now is take a break. That break doesn’t need to be a weekend with an itinerary of places to be, people to see etc. It can be any change of scene or routine. As Dale Cooper would say https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjkVgc6gIqk

  6. Do something you know or at least you are told you are good at. Can you remember someone saying you did something well or made something good or when someone thanked you for a job well done? If you can do it something similar.

  7. Accept who you are. At the moment you are someone with an illness and this may reduce the impact of some of the suggested activities on this list but if you rotate through them one or more will eventually have an effect. I can’t tell you which one so keep trying them all if you can. Despite the illness you are a complex personality you may not be good at somethings but you are certainly good at others. Be kind to yourself.

  8. Care for others. Helping others has a measurable effect on mental health. It boosts your self esteem. It makes you feel connected to the world and able to effect it positively albeit in limited ways.

This is like telling someone with a broken leg to prepare for a marathon. I know that.
But you will eventually regain some of previous capacity to feel happiness and contentment you may even surpass your previous levels over time. Impatience while you are in discomfort is also reasonable. Expect it but work with it. Getting unwell people well is the thing that therapists and doctors are paid for so you aren’t wasting their time. Be honest with them and yourself and you will make steps to recovery which will aggregate towards forward momentum. No matter how many steps back you may take getting there.

Good Luck.

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#1088003
Topic
The Prequel Radical Redux Ideas Thread
Time

I still think it makes no narrative sense that Anakin and Owen start the story on Tatooine.
I thought he was a newly married spice trucker who bumps into Obi-Wan during one of his twice Knightly adventures and ends up being drawn away from his family by the lure of the Force.
His wife (who isn’t the queen of Space Venice) is already pregnant and when the Jedi are forced to scatter Owen takes his family to the crappiest place imaginable for protection from Darth Vader. Skywalker would be a common name like Jones or Felkunstoniasnitz.
The prequels are hard work to fix. I applaud people for trying so hard.

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#1087732
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Hurray for Lesbian Puddle Love
(Remeber the distance or colour does not matter but love matters alot in life)
I’m pretty jaded about these sorts of story resolutions but I did not see the puddle love card being played.
So will 12 be convinced by 1 being convinced by 12 being convinced by 1?

Will the Master wear Bill’s old bras?
What do Cybermen do with all those discarded arses?
Does Missy really not remember as much as she says or has she got a secret girl plan?
Will Nardol and the children of Mondas escape the black hole and find a life without living crucified scarecrows?

Tune in next time… Doo doo doo doo doo doo doo doo, do doo doo doo do doo doo do doo, do doo, doo doo, doo dooo doo doo.

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#1086887
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Handman said:

Bingowings said:

Handman said:

Bingowings said:

Handman said:

Bingowings said:

Handman said:

My biggest complaint about Capaldi’s shows, is that even when there is one or two good stories, there are always three or four completely incoherent messes to bury them. I’m with Tobar. Can’t wait for Moffat to leave.

The character has been around since 1963 in television, audio, cinema, comic book and novel form and in every iteration over those many decades when it is bad it’s dull. When it’s good it’s astounding. It’s nothing to do with any particular show runner, though a fresh injection of creativity tends to spark the greater stories. For every Robots of Death there is a Horns of Nimon. For every Midnight there is a Fear Her. For every Heaven Sent there is a Sleep No More. Roll with it.

Of course it has something to do with the show runner, they set the tone for the show. Moffat is pretty much the new show’s JNT, he should have left years ago. For every Heaven Sent there is a Hell Bent. There are good ideas in the shows now, but too often they’re muddled with a bunch of other messes that the overall effectiveness is diminished. I think Capaldi is a great Doctor, but I can count the number of his stories I’d want to rewatch on one hand.

  1. Mummy on the Orient Express
  2. Flatline
  3. The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion
  4. Heaven Sent

I still have yet to complete Series 10, so I’m withholding any episodes there. However, from what I can tell, they’re getting away from nonsense stories and have more coherent plots. I think we’ve had some of the best episodes of the new series with Capaldi, but also some of the absolute worst. That’s not saying RTD was a genius, either, but the show is definitely in a rough spot creatively, and it shows in the ratings, the year hiatus, the soon-to-be cancellation of Class, and other such things.

The same is true of every age of Doctor Who.
I love “The Empty Child” “Dalek” and “The Unquiet Dead” but most of the Ninth Doctor is forgettable.
But Eccles had one year.

Exactly, three great re-watchable episodes in one year for the new show is quite something. I think Eccleston’s year is pretty underrated, farting aliens notwithstanding.

Tennant has “The Girl in the Fireplace” “Human Nature”, “Blink”, “Midnight”, "Turn Left"
and so much awful crap that I only watch out of devotion to the show.

While it’s true Tennant had some awful stuff (Rose romance, “I don’t wanna go” especially), I don’t recall the worst stuff being as bad as, say, “Kill the Moon”, “Robot of Sherwood”, or that viking episode that had an evil lion show up in the last 20 minutes and derail a character study. Clara was especially mishandled, she was given a few good farewells but kept coming back only to leave with a whimper.

The same is true of Tom Baker. I love watching all the actors who play the character but is “The Nightmare of Eden” essential viewing?

That era is not exactly my favorite from the classic show either, but that was a producer combating tons of other issues rather than a showrunner hanging on past his prime.

Kill the moon is a good story.

I suppose we just don’t enjoy the same things. I recall it being the worst of all of Capaldi’s standalone stories

Forest of the Night or Sleep No More are much more urksome and he’s still great in both of them.

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#1086772
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Handman said:

Bingowings said:

Handman said:

Bingowings said:

Handman said:

My biggest complaint about Capaldi’s shows, is that even when there is one or two good stories, there are always three or four completely incoherent messes to bury them. I’m with Tobar. Can’t wait for Moffat to leave.

The character has been around since 1963 in television, audio, cinema, comic book and novel form and in every iteration over those many decades when it is bad it’s dull. When it’s good it’s astounding. It’s nothing to do with any particular show runner, though a fresh injection of creativity tends to spark the greater stories. For every Robots of Death there is a Horns of Nimon. For every Midnight there is a Fear Her. For every Heaven Sent there is a Sleep No More. Roll with it.

Of course it has something to do with the show runner, they set the tone for the show. Moffat is pretty much the new show’s JNT, he should have left years ago. For every Heaven Sent there is a Hell Bent. There are good ideas in the shows now, but too often they’re muddled with a bunch of other messes that the overall effectiveness is diminished. I think Capaldi is a great Doctor, but I can count the number of his stories I’d want to rewatch on one hand.

  1. Mummy on the Orient Express
  2. Flatline
  3. The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion
  4. Heaven Sent

I still have yet to complete Series 10, so I’m withholding any episodes there. However, from what I can tell, they’re getting away from nonsense stories and have more coherent plots. I think we’ve had some of the best episodes of the new series with Capaldi, but also some of the absolute worst. That’s not saying RTD was a genius, either, but the show is definitely in a rough spot creatively, and it shows in the ratings, the year hiatus, the soon-to-be cancellation of Class, and other such things.

The same is true of every age of Doctor Who.
I love “The Empty Child” “Dalek” and “The Unquiet Dead” but most of the Ninth Doctor is forgettable.
But Eccles had one year.

Exactly, three great re-watchable episodes in one year for the new show is quite something. I think Eccleston’s year is pretty underrated, farting aliens notwithstanding.

Tennant has “The Girl in the Fireplace” “Human Nature”, “Blink”, “Midnight”, "Turn Left"
and so much awful crap that I only watch out of devotion to the show.

While it’s true Tennant had some awful stuff (Rose romance, “I don’t wanna go” especially), I don’t recall the worst stuff being as bad as, say, “Kill the Moon”, “Robot of Sherwood”, or that viking episode that had an evil lion show up in the last 20 minutes and derail a character study. Clara was especially mishandled, she was given a few good farewells but kept coming back only to leave with a whimper.

The same is true of Tom Baker. I love watching all the actors who play the character but is “The Nightmare of Eden” essential viewing?

That era is not exactly my favorite from the classic show either, but that was a producer combating tons of other issues rather than a showrunner hanging on past his prime.

Kill the moon is a good story. Knocks spots off crap like Fear Her it’s on par with 42.

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#1086687
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Handman said:

Bingowings said:

Handman said:

My biggest complaint about Capaldi’s shows, is that even when there is one or two good stories, there are always three or four completely incoherent messes to bury them. I’m with Tobar. Can’t wait for Moffat to leave.

The character has been around since 1963 in television, audio, cinema, comic book and novel form and in every iteration over those many decades when it is bad it’s dull. When it’s good it’s astounding. It’s nothing to do with any particular show runner, though a fresh injection of creativity tends to spark the greater stories. For every Robots of Death there is a Horns of Nimon. For every Midnight there is a Fear Her. For every Heaven Sent there is a Sleep No More. Roll with it.

Of course it has something to do with the show runner, they set the tone for the show. Moffat is pretty much the new show’s JNT, he should have left years ago. For every Heaven Sent there is a Hell Bent. There are good ideas in the shows now, but too often they’re muddled with a bunch of other messes that the overall effectiveness is diminished. I think Capaldi is a great Doctor, but I can count the number of his stories I’d want to rewatch on one hand.

  1. Mummy on the Orient Express
  2. Flatline
  3. The Zygon Invasion/The Zygon Inversion
  4. Heaven Sent

I still have yet to complete Series 10, so I’m withholding any episodes there. However, from what I can tell, they’re getting away from nonsense stories and have more coherent plots. I think we’ve had some of the best episodes of the new series with Capaldi, but also some of the absolute worst. That’s not saying RTD was a genius, either, but the show is definitely in a rough spot creatively, and it shows in the ratings, the year hiatus, the soon-to-be cancellation of Class, and other such things.

The same is true of every age of Doctor Who.
I love “The Empty Child” “Dalek” and “The Unquiet Dead” but most of the Ninth Doctor is forgettable.
But Eccles had one year.
Tennant has “The Girl in the Fireplace” “Human Nature”, “Blink”, “Midnight”, "Turn Left"
and so much awful crap that I only watch out of devotion to the show.
The same is true of Tom Baker. I love watching all the actors who play the character but is “The Nightmare of Eden” essential viewing?

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#1086686
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Warbler said:

Bingowings said:

Warbler said:

I saw a little bit of an episode this season. I can see the series is not for me anymore. The Master switching to a good guy/gal? It is ok that he/she murdered people because people eat meat??? Sorry no thanks.

I’m a vegetarian so it’s preaching to the converted in my case.
But it’s really a metaphor for ethical perspective and innate nature. As moral beings we see killing our own kind, most of the time, as an act of evil but as products of nature making that connection to what we may deem as lesser creatures isn’t as obvious. There is a similar problem for some when they respond to the eating of pigs and dogs or killing of creatures considered pests when a more humane option is available. The Master is an alien. He/she sees us as barely alive shapes that can be popped for amusement but her friend from the same species sees us as kindred. The Mistress seems to having an epithany (though she could be lying). She seems to be seeing us as more than finger paint. As a Christian Warb you believe in redemption for all, even Satan could be redeemed if he genuinely acted on regret and confession. Missy has been Conditioned to be Satanic. She claims to be breaking that conditioning… Very reluctantly at the moment and possibly as a deception. The Doctor wants redemption for all. He has done terrible things and feels if he can save these arch characters he can save himself. It’s a surprisingly Christian theme. I’m confused why you wouldn’t embrace it.

I figured you’d respond with something like this.

  1. I will never ever equate the killing of humans(sentient, a life that knows and knows that it knows) to the killing of an animal(non-sentient). I know we will never agree on this, so that is that.

  2. Yes I understand that Missy/Master doesn’t equate the life of a human with that of a Timelord. But still he/she is smart enough to be able to see that humans are sentient. Also has the Master/Missy ever had a problem with taking the life a Timelord when it suits his/her purposes?

  3. when/how was Missy/Master “conditioned” to be satanic?

  4. I could be wrong about this, but I am pretty sure that Satan is beyond redemption by now.

  5. You might as well try to redeem the Daleks.

  6. There is a difference between how I view things in real life as compared to a fictional tv show. The fictional Master/Missy is beyond redemption, imo. Real life villain aren’t like character of the Master/Missy.

  7. You say the Doctor did terrible things. What terrible things. If I am not mistaken, the only “terrible thing” he did, he has reversed so it never happened. Also did that “terrible thing” to end war that threatened the galaxy. He did it to save lives.

  1. Most animals (possibly some networks of plants and fungi) are without doubt sentient, Sapience is relative. But in the context of the show the Doctor can hold a conversation with cat or a horse in the same way he can with a human baby. The language of crows is something the telepathic circuits of the TARDIS can translate into languages the crew can understand. In the past this gave the Doctor pause enough to dabble with vegetarianism (something he gave up though his subconscious beats himself up over it).

2).Missy like the Doctor can hold a conversation with a cat. Missy would probably eat a cat and enjoy it just as Bill enjoys her bacon sandwich. She has eaten humans and considered eating Clara. To her awareness is not enough to warrant parity as a species. She has generally sociopathic tendencies even to other Time Lords but to her eating human is no different than Bill eating pork.

3). The Master was made aware of his own heart beat as a signal to the High Council to attempt to pull them out of the Time War. This became more acute over time and contributed to his pure mental health (The Sound of Drums). Rassilon himself assumes responsibility for the Master being “diseased” but doesn’t care, being pretty evil himself.

4)… surely for the love your enemy thing to work God has to practice what he preaches. Going by the character’s MO I doubt if the Prince of Lies would give an honest confession but that’s the same situation we have with Missy who is at least as dishonest as the Doctor.

  1. The Doctor has repeatedly hoped for redemption for the Daleks (see Evil of the Daleks and Into the Dalek). He is happy when it seems to work and disappointed when it doesn’t. The Daleks are not his friends or even best enemies. Look at the acts of compassion he visited on Davros (someone he describes as his arch enemy much to annoyance of Missy).

  2. All things are fiction to some degree. It’s all metaphor. I don’t fully understand the workings of my own mind so to assume that of even my best friend is arrogant. All I have to work with is an approximation of what I can deduce other people are like. A story, based on a true story. So Missy is as real as anyone in my life… from a certain point of view 😃 There are similar creatures who see people as toys and toys as something to be broken. I can imagine some of those people experimenting with not behaving that way to reach some other goal. Maybe for Missy being friends with the Doctor again is worth giving up finger painting with the blood of the innocent… at least for a while. For the Doctor redemption for his old friend is worth risking the lives of his new friends. He is an alien. And if two human being can have different attitudes towards bacon or dog why can’t two aliens have different attitudes towards human or any other creature?

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#1086229
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Handman said:

My biggest complaint about Capaldi’s shows, is that even when there is one or two good stories, there are always three or four completely incoherent messes to bury them. I’m with Tobar. Can’t wait for Moffat to leave.

The character has been around since 1963 in television, audio, cinema, comic book and novel form and in every iteration over those many decades when it is bad it’s dull. When it’s good it’s astounding. It’s nothing to do with any particular show runner, though a fresh injection of creativity tends to spark the greater stories. For every Robots of Death there is a Horns of Nimon. For every Midnight there is a Fear Her. For every Heaven Sent there is a Sleep No More. Roll with it.

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#1086228
Topic
Doctor Who
Time

Warbler said:

I saw a little bit of an episode this season. I can see the series is not for me anymore. The Master switching to a good guy/gal? It is ok that he/she murdered people because people eat meat??? Sorry no thanks.

I’m a vegetarian so it’s preaching to the converted in my case.
But it’s really a metaphor for ethical perspective and innate nature. As moral beings we see killing our own kind, most of the time, as an act of evil but as products of nature making that connection to what we may deem as lesser creatures isn’t as obvious. There is a similar problem for some when they respond to the eating of pigs and dogs or killing of creatures considered pests when a more humane option is available. The Master is an alien. He/she sees us as barely alive shapes that can be popped for amusement but her friend from the same species sees us as kindred. The Mistress seems to having an epithany (though she could be lying). She seems to be seeing us as more than finger paint. As a Christian Warb you believe in redemption for all, even Satan could be redeemed if he genuinely acted on regret and confession. Missy has been Conditioned to be Satanic. She claims to be breaking that conditioning… Very reluctantly at the moment and possibly as a deception. The Doctor wants redemption for all. He has done terrible things and feels if he can save these arch characters he can save himself. It’s a surprisingly Christian theme. I’m confused why you wouldn’t embrace it.

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