Dr. Who executive producer Julie Gardner gets writer Steven Moffet to talk about writing Dr. Who, how Americans hate foreigners and if it's possible to scare himself with a Dr. Who script.
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Sarah Jane said that the Graske were essentially mercenaries who worked for whomever paid them. While I wouldn't want to rule the Trickster out (mostly because I LOVE the character so) a Graske sighting isn't necessarily a sure sign of the Trickster
It's Moffat. (Not to be confused with Georgia Moffett, Peter Davison's daughter and David Tennant's girlfriend, who plays Jenny.)
And technically "Doctor Who", but let's not split hairs :)
Okay, I freaking loved The Stolen Earth!
"I can't complain. I got to be Jim Morrison for the first half of my life, and Ward Cleaver for the second half." - Warren Zevon.
SKY News just reported that the BBC arent renewing the contract with The Nation Estate, Moff doesnt want to use The Daleks or old companions (though he's a known fan of The Cybermen, so expect their overexposure next)
Thats like asking an american writer if theres a joke deemed too american for a show.One fan wondered if there was ever a joke that was deemed too British for the show.
Just such a strange question to me, Doctor Who is produced for British television, I don't think they're too caught up on other countries missing a joke.
Sometimes I have no idea what the hell Tenant is saying but he's still funny as hell.
I'm beginning to think that Hell is a comic book forum.
I didn't think Terry Nation created any companions....
I'd like to see at least two seasons with no Daleks or fanservice, as the show is perfectly capable of sustaining itself without that.