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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby SarahJaneFan » Wed Dec 20, 2017 7:29 am

Masters -Worst to Best

John Simm
Eric Roberts
Peter Pratt
Alex Macqueen (Have literally only heard him in UNIT Dominion where he’s pretending to be the Doctor)
Derek Jacobi (Haven’t heard the War Master yet)
Roger Delgado
Michelle Gomez
Anthony Ainley
Geoffrey Beevers
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby Galactic yo yo » Tue Jan 23, 2018 9:21 pm

Galactic yo yo wrote:Top 10 stories of each decade in chronological order
60s-
The Daleks
The Aztecs
The Reign of Terror
The Time Meddler
Power of the Daleks
Enemy of the World
The Mind Robber
The Invasion
The Seeds of Death
The War Games

70s
Spearhead from space
Inferno
Curse of Peladon
The Time Warrior
The Ark in Space
Genesis of the Daleks
Pyramid of Mars
Robots of Death
The Horror of Fang Rock
City of Death

80s
State of Decay
Earthshock
Resurrection of the Daleks
Caves of Androzani
Vengeance on Varos
Revelation of the Daleks
Remembrance of the Daleks
The Greatest show in the Galaxy
The Curse of Fenric
Survival

00s
The Unquiet Dead
Dalek
Father's day
The Empty Child
The Impossible Planet/Satan Pit
Human Nature/ Family of Blood
Blink
Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead
Midnight


For the 10s I currently have 7 episodes chosen, I have left three spaces. With chibnalls plan to cut down seasons to 10 episodes plus xmas and my belief that we should have a new doctor for a new decade in 2020. That gives Jodie 22 stories. All I'm asking Chris is a minimum of three amazing well written stories, though I'd be happy for even more.


10s
Vincent and the Doctor
Amy's choice
The God Complex
Mummy on the Orient Express
Flat line
Heaven Sent
Smile
TBC (S11 ep2 based on what I know about it)
TBC
TBC

My 3 contingency stories if chibnall fails me
Amy's choice
The Doctor's wife
Under the lake/ Before the Flood
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby The Outcast » Wed Jan 24, 2018 3:33 am

Well, it looks like everyone is ranking Masters so...

MASTERS (WORST TO BEST)
Bruce Master (granted, I need to rewatch the movie)
Missy Master
War Chief Master
Saxon Master
UNIT enemy Master
Tremas Master
War Master
Bald Master (well, that's what the wiki calls this one)
Decayed Master

This is subject to change, as there are Masters I have not yet experienced and stories with some of the Masters here I have not experienced.

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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby Galactic yo yo » Mon Jan 29, 2018 5:08 pm

New series worst to best:
7- series 7a was awful, 7b was boring, I can't think of a single story I like.
2- The series Russell decided to focus on the soap opera elements rather than the Science fiction. The Rose-Doctor romance is really forced and creepy when you consider the age gap.
9- Outside of Heaven Sent, a pretty crap season, you could easily cut out santas cameo in death in heaven and skip this season. Almost made me stop watching.
4- Really bad effects this season, Ten really outstayed his welcome, I like Wilf though, hate the specials. 10 states that 90 is childhood to him,so basically rose is a toddler to him :shock:
8- Mixed bag, some really good ideas and some really s*** ones, in the forest of the night, might be one of the worst stories ever made.
11- this will change once I've seen it, I've put it here for having a pure historical
6- three of the best doctor who stories ever made, the rest is meh or s***
3- the 10th Doctor's 3 best stories, ironic that they were remakes of other doctor's stories. Gave us one of the best and the worst Masters.
10- restored my faith in who, hate knock knock, the monk trilogy was disappointing.
1- would be at the top spot if it weren't for the slitheen.
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby skifflebits » Tue Jan 30, 2018 7:04 pm

MASTERS WORST TO BEST
- RTD Simm (just frothing at the mouth.)
- Beevers (always felt to me more like a leering creepy uncle than a villain.)
- Roberts (unpopular opinion, but he holds the TVM together with his ham.)
- Ainley (look, I know he's classic, but he's pure mustache twirling bar "Survival." the Roger Moore of Masters.)
- Moff Simm (finally feels like a real character, and Simm gets to actually act.)
- Pratt (oozed evil and style even from behind that mask.)
- Gomez (she really nailed something, IMHO.)
- Delgado (the original, the "sine qua non," the man who defined the man.)

MacQueen does not exist. ;)
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby SarahJaneFan » Tue Jan 30, 2018 8:07 pm

skifflebits wrote:MASTERS WORST TO BEST
- RTD Simm (just frothing at the mouth.)
- Beevers (always felt to me more like a leering creepy uncle than a villain.)
- Roberts (unpopular opinion, but he holds the TVM together with his ham.)
- Ainley (look, I know he's classic, but he's pure mustache twirling bar "Survival." the Roger Moore of Masters.)
- Moff Simm (finally feels like a real character, and Simm gets to actually act.)
- Pratt (oozed evil and style even from behind that mask.)
- Gomez (she really nailed something, IMHO.)
- Delgado (the original, the "sine qua non," the man who defined the man.)

MacQueen does not exist. ;)


I hope by “does not exist” means that your opinion of him does not exist because you haven’t heard him, otherwise you’re fired from Doctor Who.
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby Galactic yo yo » Tue Jan 30, 2018 8:20 pm

Galactic yo yo wrote:Least favourite to favourite Masters
John Simm
Eric Roberts
Michelle Gomez
Peter Pratt
Alex Mcqueen
Jonathon Pryce
Roger Delgardo
Anthony Aniley
Derek Jacobi
Geoffrey Beevers


Gordon Tipple at number 1, he brought so much to the character :D
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby skifflebits » Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:38 am

SarahJaneFan wrote:I hope by “does not exist” means that your opinion of him does not exist because you haven’t heard him, otherwise you’re fired from Doctor Who.


Hey, you wouldn't include Nicholas Briggs on a list of "Top Ten Doctors." Any version who's never appeared on a TV screen doesn't count. ;P

And Big Finish has zero authority to fire anyone from fandom. :)
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby skifflebits » Wed Jan 31, 2018 1:38 am

Galactic yo yo wrote:
Gordon Tipple at number 1, he brought so much to the character :D


I can't argue with that.

I just can't.
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Re: The Top Tens Thread

Postby The Empty Child » Wed Jan 31, 2018 7:46 am

Galactic yo yo wrote:
Galactic yo yo wrote:Least favourite to favourite Masters
John Simm
Eric Roberts
Michelle Gomez
Peter Pratt
Alex Mcqueen
Jonathon Pryce
Roger Delgardo
Anthony Aniley
Derek Jacobi
Geoffrey Beevers


Gordon Tipple at number 1, he brought so much to the character :D


Controversial opinion, but William Hughes is the best. :P


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