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Jeff m.

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Subj: Re: Companions & Assistants
Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2020 at 01:11:46 pm GMT (Viewed 30 times)
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    They've traded some aspects of the old series to get easier emotional attachments, and allow the modern binge viewing style.


Yes, it's been dumbed down considerably.


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    After becoming fans of the current series they understanding the mythology more (though no one is happy with the writing for 13.) Now we all excitedly gathered to watch the season blu ray releases of 4, 5, 6 and 7.


Then you'll be as sorry as I am to hear there'll be no new blu-ray releases for a while. The BBC Written Archives is closed until at least the new year due to Covid-19, which means they're unable to carry out research and information gathering for the extensive pdf files they put on the discs.

Annoying.



"Then you'll be as sorry as I am to hear there'll be no new blu-ray releases for a while. The BBC Written Archives is closed until at least the new year due to Covid-19, which means they're unable to carry out research and information gathering for the extensive pdf files they put on the discs."

Well Dang.

I guess that gives me an excuse to pick up the 4th Doctor and 3rd Doctor seasons I don't have yet to fill the gap time.


Jeff


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