To answer some of your questions...
>Captain Jack knew the Doctor was in 1940's London and also Cardiff
>when the Slytheen became Mayor? Why did he not try and contact the
Slitheen (sp.) To quote the Doctor in "Blink," "Timey-wimey" stuff.
Don't muck around with the time-lines.
>Is the fact that the secret entrance to Torchwood is a well-known
>landmark now interfering with day-to-day activities of people by the
>Millenium Center in Cardiff of fans trying to find the secret
Why should it? I live in Cardiff, and although fans do queue up to have
their photos taken by the waterfall and outside the Wales Millennium Centre
(sp.), tourism can only bring in the bucks, right?
>Torchwood has another entrance of a tourist center for travelers
>visiting Cardiff. Are we going to see more of the center in
>operation with Torchwood fending off tourists?
To use an American aphorism, what kind of "dumbass" question is that. Ask
>If Torchwood is leeching its power and electricity from neighboring
>businesses, wouldn't somebody notice and trace where the extra
>electricity was going?
As I mentioned earlier, living in Cardiff, Torchwood and its power
consumption has only served to solve the question of why our utility bills
are generally so high. It's paid for by everyone else in the neighbourhood
>How far-ranging is the mutation process that has made Captain Jack
Not that far-ranging. After all, he does eventually die in "Gridlock",
>Will there be any crossovers between Torchwood and the upcoming The
>Sarah Jane Adventures?
Yeah. I can really see that. Blood, guts, sex, swearing and queers on
>Toshi met the Doctor. Is that meeting ever going to be brought up
What makes you say that? The character who plays Toshi played a medic in
"Aliens of London." Toshi is not a medic. Toshi did not meet the Doctor.
Look - we only have a finite number of acting resources in the UK, which is
why you see actors reappearing in Doctor Who/Torchwood all the time. Ever
heared of Colin Baker, you know, the one who played Commander Maxil of the
Time Lords, the one who played The Doctor? Are you going to ask, "Did Peter
Davison's regeneration of Commander Maxil meet Colin Baker's regeneration of
>Jack keeps saying that this century "Everything Changes". Are we
>going to see signs of what the heck he is talking about?
Yes. Everything is already changing. Have you seen the cranes in the
background of Cardiff. Lots of development going on. Want to buy a flat down
the bay next to John and Craig?
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