Re: [torchwood] Re: Whats up with Jack
> dickyb61 wrote:I don't think it is answerable. That is, I think the
> > So he heads up Torchwood, and as he is not
> > answerable to the Government of the day -
> > who is Torchwood accountable to?
Cardiff operation is answerable only to Jack, and that
the connections to the other Torchwood offices (except
#4) are a matter of shared information, rather than
shared allegiance to any authority. Until they tell
us more - who knows?
Yvonne implied answerability to the British government
(or the potential government of the British Empire) in
"Doomsday", but that's all defunct now.
--- David King <learn@...> wrote:
> Torchwood can only be accountable to the Doctor.Well... yes and no. Torchwood was created to protect
> Especially as he and rose saved the Earth from
> the Daleks and Cybermen at Torchwood 1.
the world (specifically the empire of Victoria) from
aliens such as the Doctor. Its mandate has... shifted.
I think we can guess that yes, Jack would consider
himself answerable to the Doctor, if the Doctor were
only around to answer to. Since the Doctor is missing
and not in communication with Jack at all, it becomes
a moot point.
- According to an interview John did on BBC Radio London this morning,
TW season 3 will be shown "about June" next year. This came directly
from John and I've never known him to give incorrect information.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "rbhs1980" <scotthberg@...> wrote:
> I heard that they will be doing a 5 part miniseries in 2009. It
> air for 5 day straight. I have not heard of the dates yet.
> --- In email@example.com, "Cecile" <cecile_garcia_cgarcia@>
> > When are they going to show more episodes of Torchwood? I live in
> > westcoast, in california.
> > MOD NOTE
> > Check out Benjamins weekly "Torchwood this week" updates.
> > From what I can see there, it looks like BBC America is going to
> your most likely source for future episodes.
> > Stuart