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Does anyone remember No 73..?? I was on that show when Eddie Kidd and T'Pau were on, it was great..!! Saying that, it was nearly 20 years ago, 5h1t I feel old now...!!!!

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I remember going Live, with Sarah Green and Philip Schofield. With Gordon the gopher.

I used to love that. And Live and kicking.

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Why dont you all get a life,(and watch Doctor Who instead,at least its more believeable)

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Who says we haven't got lives already. and as for Doctor who, the only person who can really act in that is Billy Piper.

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I watch Dr Who it's top drawer, somehow since watching it I have become quite attracted to Billie Piper

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Couldn't ever really get into Doctor Who, but I work on a saturday night anyway.

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Who says we haven't got lives already. and as for Doctor who, the only person who can really act in that is Billy Piper.


Fleetbabe ignoring obvious talent again (Eccleston) in favour of a bit of fluff (Piper). <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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Actually,i was a bit disappointed with the Dalek episode. A woosy Dalek that turned soft whatever next?

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He may be a good actor, but Billie Piper really gets into her role and makes the character more believable, from the bits that I have seen. As I say, I haven't really watched it, I work on Saturday nights.

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As I say, I haven't really watched it, I work on Saturday nights.


waits for abuse....

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As I say, I haven't really watched it, I work on Saturday nights.


waits for abuse....


what do you mean?

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I don't mind it, I like Eccleston, but then he's good in more or less everything he does. The stories have been mostly good and it's better than watching Celebrity wrestling on the other side. Although I think the BBC is lucky that Ant & Dec is finished.

I can't stand Billies mother in it. She can't act to save he life. The guy who played her boyfriend was awful too (A friend of mine is white and gay, he could play a more convincing hetrosexual black man than that actor).

Also, if the tardis can go anywhere in space and time, why do they insist on not leaving earth?

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They were very lucky Ant and Dec finished. Although Ant & Dec got trounced the first couple of weeks Dr Who was on.

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FB, do you work in Soho? I thought something was familiar.

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No, I've got 8 school days left at Gravesend Grammar for Girls, before I sit my A Levels.

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Before the current series it was always said that because of afault in the Tardis,the Doctor had no control over where He landed. It could be anywhere in space or time. He just didnt know. <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/confused.gif" alt="" />

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I remember A Levels.

In particular the helpful scheduling of my French oral 25 minutes after my German one.

Having to "forget" German in 25 minutes before having a conversation about random stuff in French is not easy or fun.

Fantastic.

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I've not got any of that to worry about. I'm doing Business Studies, ICT and P.E.
I dropped Spanish two years ago, after getting a B at GCSE level.

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FB, do you work in Soho? I thought something was familiar.


That's what I meant by 'waits for abuse'

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I think half my year did Business Studies with the other half doing Media Studies as they were seen as doss courses.
Economics was harder than Business Studies. All the media studies group did was watch episodes of Eastenders and go to the cinema.
A quality A level to have.




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