Doctor Who "Flatline" 10/18/2014

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by cheesesteak, Oct 19, 2014.

  1. pgogborn

    pgogborn Well-Known Member

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    Setting the episode in Bristol and calling the graffiti artist Rigsy was a nod to Banksy.

    Banksy says he was inspired by graffiti artist 3D. Perhaps a coincidence but a new work has appeared on the streets of Bristol for the first time since April.

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  2. stellie93

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    I loved the Doctor squeezing his fingers out of the Tardis to crawl himself off the train tracks. :D
     
  3. pteronaut

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    The first train was numbered "A113", Writers really need to come up with a new easter egg, that's one's become ubiquitous.
     
  4. ihatecable

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    Also the Doctors' hand occasionally poking out of Clara's bag was pretty funny too,lol
     
  5. BitbyBlit

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    That's how I interpreted it. If it was just the screwdriver, Clara could have done it. But the Doctor couldn't do anything until the TARDIS was charged, which meant that he needed the TARDIS in order to generate the field.

    The way the TARDIS can be "bigger on the inside" is by doing in 4 dimensional space what these 2D beings were doing in 3. So if anything could disrupt their ability to manipulate higher dimensional space, the TARDIS would be it.

    But now I'm wondering if the Time Lords have been inadvertently disrupting a 4 dimensional world with their travels.
     
  6. sushikitten

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    This was the first episode this season I really, truly liked Capaldi.
     

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