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The easiest way to see if you don't have access to a tv ,for me, is by torrent, you even have torrents that have every episode ever made.
If you are afraid of downloads I hear there is something you can do, so that the BBC player recognises your IP as being British and don't block you as it usually does when you try to access it from outside England. (because the BBC uploads much if its programming to it's website after its played on tv, for those with no VCR). If anyone know how to do that i would love to hear, as I'm leaving England soon and would still like to see some the program on their site
@Chloe I used to have it but then I moved and my new house isn't rigged for television so I can't watch it anymore :(
I have bbc america so I get to watch the episodes in the americas. Anyone else?
Thanks aj! =)
rob try www.yourtvseries.eu
I've been avoiding the group so as not to get spoilers unless someone knows where I can catch up on the new season?
@BG- Agreed Sarah Jane was amazing I have her tied with Donna for #1 best companion.
@Amy No, not too harsh, and glad you allow me to have my own opinion, as many people on the internet do not think that way. And I did realize that the Doctor has done terrible things and that the episode was showing that he needs companions (and, boy, does he!), it just seemed odd to me how willing he was to strap a gun on, with no comments whatsoever on not liking guns.
(Argh I hope nothing in there sounds harsh, you're entirely welcome to your opinion). :)
@Alyssa If you look back on Doctor Who, you'll realise this isn't the first time the Doctor has carried a gun. Obviously he doesn't LIKE them but I think a lot of fans have this idea that the Doctor is this passive character. But we must remember that the Doctor has done bad things. Murder, genocide, etc. I think the point in what you call "non-Doctor behaviour" in A Town Called Mercy is to show that he needs companions in order to stop him from doing these sorts of things. He needed Amy to say those things to him, to remind him of how he SHOULD resolve situations.
I had a problem with the most recent episode of Doctor Who (A Town Called Mercy) is that the Doctor had a gun. Yes, he was in a cowboy town where everyone had one, but the Doctor HATES guns. That's why he carries a sonic screwdriver, he doesn't want a weapon. And yes I know he didn't use the gun, but he had it strapped on, which in my opinion is non-Doctor behaviour.
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