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Staggering Stories Commentary #38: Doctor Who – Father’s Day

Staggering Stories Commentary: Doctor Who - Father's DaySummary:
Adam J Purcell, Andy Simpkins and Keith Dunn sit down, reapered, in front of the 2005 Doctor Who episode, Father’s Day, and spout our usual nonsense!

Rose is fiddling with her own timeline, The Doctor’s complaining about damned dirty apes again and Pete’s a Del Boy knockoff. But enough of their problems, please sit down with us to enjoy Doctor Who: Father’s Day…

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  1. […] Stories has Commentary 38: Doctor Who – Father’s Day, Rose is fiddling with her own timeline, The Doctor’s complaining about damned dirty apes again […]

  2. Listening from 2013 (timey-wimey) I’m glad your “verbose ramblings” contain fewer rabbit trails than this commentary now. While you were yammering you missed a turning point here where the Doctor agrees to do this for Rose because, as he says, “Your wish is my command.” What previous Doctor would have said that? Depending on your point of view, this is where everything changes. He clearly is in love with her, which is why he will do anything for her and is quick to grab her hand. But she is still just having a flirt as she can’t understand everyone assuming they’re a couple despite the age gap. One wonders whether the younger, more attractive Tennant was a result of this wanting to make them a couple? And plot wise if we’re meant to think the Doctor willed himself younger & more attractive during regeneration?

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