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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by jtown0620, Mar 20, 2008.
She's *my* tv girlfriend. You can't have her.
Well, I'm pretty sure, given what goes on on her show, that the three of us could share her.
And each other.
For those of you who haven't seen it here is a link to the Series 4 cinema trailer that just aired on BBC
There is also 3 short trailers on the official website touting the upcoming villains. I won't list who they are out of respect to those who want to remain spoiler free.
I bet you can get 99,101,103
The issue is probably with 110 and 119, which really aren't significant anymore, expecially for Scifi-HD
Are you sure? Did they actually show it in full 16x9? Dr. Who isn't shot in HD and SciFi seems to windowbox anything that isn't in HD.
But AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!! Giant Mutant Bee!!!
I am not looking forward to that.
... its a wasp !!!!
Was that a matured Rose, right there near the end?
no, I'm not...I watch too much TV to recall...but I seem to recall being happy with scifi HD coming in time to watch Stargate and Doctor Who in HD and not being upset that one of them was in SD...if anything was done, it was letterboxed, not windowboxed...
I called dibs when she was the Victorian maid on Dr Who - sorry guys.
I don't know about Matured, but it was Rose. There's rumors that
she's the big bad for the season
But that hasn't been confirmed by *anything*, I don't think.
I also believe that the scene right before Rose was Martha covered in some sort of goo...
Oh, that makes it much better.
Yeah... sorry about that.
.. no worse ... nasty 'little' buggers !!!
How does letterboxing work on a 16x9 TV?
a very thin black/grey line on the top and bottom...not even 5% of the screen...
What about the sides?
If the show is letterboxed on a 16x9 TV that means it's streched, history HD does this and it is HORRIBLE. I don't think I've ever seen SciFi do it though, they usually windowbox, black bars all the way around.
I can't leave you hanging. That was funny.
no bars on the sides, only on top...it didn't look stretched...nothing on scifiHD looks great anyway, unlike the high quality of HDnet, for example...but it looks very good...