Re: Torchwood ending [spoilers]
- --- In email@example.com, "Will Vigar" <giant.squid@...> wrote:
> On 03/01/07, Ask me <cyber_corsair@...> wrote:
> > Sorry did mean to sound homophobic but there is homosexual stuff that
> > is just there and they there is over kill.. We all know Jack is open
> > to being sexual with anyone(or anything Alien or human)But after watch
> > near every eps back to back it was getting boring and a bit over kill.
> Actually, in some respects, I sort of agree with you, not
> the gay thing, but the sexuality altogether. It's not exactlysubtle, is
> it? I mean look to those first few episodes....any excuse forsomeone to be
> shaggin anything. It got a bit tiresome. The writers were extremelykiss....wel I
> juvenile in their writing, feeling it neccessary to say ' look we can be
> sexy' at every opportunity.
> I'm all for sexuality as part of a plot (the now infamous gay
> say infamous, on this group at least ;-D) but just sticking it inbecause
> you can is a bit...well...sixth form, really....YES!!YES!!! thats what was trying to say (I'm not that great with
> > --
worlds so sorry) But yes it seem to me sex at every opportunity as
well and to others too. sexuality in plot is fine(its working for
BattleStar) but it could be less juvenile in some ways. The second eps
was good but it was like who many guys got Poof into dust? I was
laughing at it more than anything...
And I will say even some of my friend that are gay were a bit taken
back at the Kiss.. they saw it more for ratings than story..
Jack would have known before he met the other Jack that he was
gay..even a con-man get to know something about the identity of some
they are stealing. Jack knew too much about how he died to not know.
what i was hoping for was Jack meeting him self when I read the
outline in the eps guide.. that would have been even more of a
storyline lol Would Jack have kissed him self? lol
I think we know that answer ...and it wouldn't be subtle lol
> > "A Knife and Fork in a World of Soup"
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- On 10/01/07, Orchid <ironorchid@...> wrote:
>HEr main problem was that it was too scary and too violent for the
> I can remember Mary being a pain in the BBC's backside, but didn't realise
> she had a problem with Dr Who, why? what could possibly have been the
> problem with Dr Who?
target audience...which was about 7 as far as she was concerned....she
had a particular problem with....oh hang on what was it
called....sorry just got up and my brain really isn't
functioning....the episode where the Tom Baker is in the MAtrix and
being drowned at the end of an episode....she went absolutely
ballistic at that claiming that children had to suffer for a whole
thinking the person that they idolised was dead....
Even seven year olds know how to play the game....I think she assumed
that children weren't aware of what a cliff hanger was and couldn't
comprehend that everything was eventually going to go in the Doctors
favour....even in the 70's/80's kids were a damned sight more media
savvy than most adults thought.....
But she also made strange and bizarre claims about anti-christian
content....because only jesus can die and be resurrected...claims of
being in league with satan....unsurprisingly, The Daemons (hence my
comment about wishing she could see Impossible Planet/Satan Pit).
It wasn't just Who she criticised, but it was a favourite bugbear of
hers.....she was often on programmes like BiteBaCk, Points of View and
even 'Thats LIfe' airing her views, mostly because she pretty much
always managed to make herself look ridiculous...she gave good telly
"A Knife and Fork in a World of Soup"