Sunday, July 16, 2017

Doctor Who Finishes It's Long Dark Journey Into SJWism

Doctor Who is now going to be woman.

This is the perfect example of the self destructive nature of SJWism.

They had a reasonably winning formula and they pissed it away.

It was a chick show.  Young. Hot. Sexy English Doctor Who is what made them major bank.

The lonely, noble yet Byronic hero who is the last of his kind, drove emo chicks nuts.

Suffice to say it was also a romance show. The forbidden love between the Doctor and Rose worked for them because the chicks watching the show identified with Rose.

They started to try that again with the Doctor and Amy but then switched her affections to Rory.  And that also worked.  Rory was the insecure, Joe Nebbish who couldn't understand why the girl he had been in love with since grade school loved him back too.  And chose him over the Lonely Byronic Hero. His love for Amy transformed him into the Last Centurion who guarded her living tomb for two thousand years.  Which also drove the Emo chicks nuts.

Then Amy was gone and replaced by the Impossible Girl Clara who found the Doctor again and again and died saving him again and... Well... Twice and that was it.  But still and interesting mystery.

And then Steven Moffat completely lost his fast ball as a show runner.

Matt Smith's last season extremely weak due to Moffat's writing and he jumped ship.

Young, sexy English Doctor Who was replaced with a middle aged Scottish Doctor who becaaaause... Moffat is middle aged and Scottish. Mary Sue comes knocking at the beginning and the end of a writer's career.

The ratings absolutely crashed.

The romance that we were then offered was between Danny Pink and Clara.  More on that below.  Suffice to say it was another disaster.

Doctor Who has finally gone into the SJW twilight lands.

As bad as Moffat got as an SJW showrunner he resisted suicidal calls to cast his new Doctor as a woman when Matt Smith quit.  "You may as well cast Queen Victoria as a man."

Moffat while a good SJW is more than a little Game Aware.  He ain't Red Pill by a damn sight but he is Game Aware.

Chris Chibnall...fuck dude, just look at his face, (picture is below, Trigger Warning; photo likely to cause embarrassing estrogen surge).   Not Game Aware.  Not even a little bit.

Gamma male.  Complete. Total. Gamma Male.

When the SJWs came around demanding that the new Doctor Who be a woman... Again.  Chibnall didn't even think once about capitulating to their demands.  He calls this being "bold and risky."

Uh, huh.  Yeah.  I've written about him before.


Doctor Who will not have a 2016 season indicating that even the BBC has figured out there is something wrong here.  There will be the usual Christmas Special but that's it.

Moffat will continue to plow his way into the iceberg during the 2017 season and then the reins get handed over to someone named Chris Chibnall.

A picture is worth a thousand words

He's written for the show before.  Although what he wrote were some completely forgettable episodes.  Nothing near the quality of  Blink or the Empty Child.

But good news everyone!

Chibnall was the guy doing all the heavy lifting on Torchwood.  

Other things he has done.

Well, currently he is getting a lot of BAFTAs for a show called Broadchurch.  A Police Procedural  that starred an old Doctor Who, an old Doctor Who 
companion and a Brittish actress who never had a lot to do with Doctor Who and lot people over there are surprised about that for some reason.

Moving along.  Chibnall also did work on the original Life on Mars.  Which was a Police Procedural  set in the 1970s featuring, a cop from today who might or might not have been in a coma the whole time.  That was the whole question of the entire show and they magnificently pussied out on the answer.  The American version had a much, much better ending...naturally.

Okay back to Torchwood since that is basically his resume for the show.  Torchwood was a Police Procedural Doctor Who spinoff that featured another former companion of the Doctor; The F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S Captain Jack Harkness.    It also had a feminist police detective.  An asshole.  And a computer-lab-tech guy who was straight at the start of the show but that Captain Jack turned F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S!  The show was a science fiction Xanax commercial without the Science.   Every week was a new adventure in depression.  That was deliberate on their part.  I was a capital L libertarian at the time so I felt compelled to watch the damn thing.  But even then I knew somewhere inside I was only tuning in each week just to get it over with.

There was also a lot of dude on dude action.  A. Lot. Of. It.  

Naturally the SJWs declared it the most fearless, fierce and courageous thing that had ever been on television to include Xena.

Moffat's final series, season 10, will then air in spring 2017, and will run for 12 episodes. Chibnall will then be able to start his run with season 11 in 2018. It's unclear as of yet who will be in charge for the 2017 Christmas special.

Steven Moffat has said that it “feels odd to be talking about leaving when I’m just starting work on the scripts for season 10, but the fact is my timey-wimey is running out. While Chris is doing his last run of Broadchurch, I’ll be finishing up on the best job in the universe and keeping the TARDIS warm for him.”

Of his successor, Moffat said that “it took a lot of gin and tonic to talk him into this, but I am beyond delighted that one of the true stars of British Television drama will be taking the Time Lord even further into the future. At the start of season 11, Chris Chibnall will become the new showrunner of Doctor Who. And I will be thrown in a skip.”

Skip means dumpster in British.  And I think Moffat's only half joking.  Peter Capaldi has been a ratings train wreck for the show.  After girl audiences had gotten used to eight years of young sexy English Doctor Who.  Middle aged, menacing Scottish Doctor Who was both a daring  change and a complete disaster.  Capaldi has only once gotten a good grip on the part and that was the episode without fucking Clara in it.  That being my other objection to the show.  Doctor Who became the Clara Show. Although I did like her death scene.  

No honestly. I did like it.
I thought I was going to be in danger of enjoying the show again.

That scene was actually affecting.  And then Moffat blew that right out of his ass by resurrecting her. Just like I knew he would.

So anyway Moffat is out.

Chibnall is in.

Look Doctor Who has always been leftwing as hell and I do mean always.  But the BBC is now so lost in the SJW death cult that they actually spun themselves off from the rather successful Jeremy Clarkson Network.  Doctor Who is about the only Halo Show they have at this point. So you'd think they'd want to take care of it. However they want to maintain their identity as 1970s leftists, one hell of a lot more.

I am expecting all kinds of MOAR SOCJUS from the 2017 season of Doctor Who.


And then a new  Doctor Who begins.

Probably a time travel themed Police Procedural.

eh...they've had worse ideas this season.


There was a rumor going around that Matt Smith was trying to get his old job back.  I think it was accurate because Moffat himself said he liked the idea.

I recently discovered that my TIVO had recorded this last season of Doctor Who because I forgot to tell it not to (hell, I only use the damn thing for Phineas and Ferb reruns at this point).  Out masochistic curiosity I decided to watch whatever episodes "Missy" was in because I thought they would be the most tolerable.

I got to find out about the Doctor's new companion, Bill the Black Lesbian (not kidding about any of that).  She made friends with a Black Cockney solider in Queen Victoria's army.  As well as a Black Gay Roman Legionnaire (because the Roman's were totes progressive and cool with being Gay and stuff... Except they weren't.)

The funny part is that the show has become entertaining again... In an MST3K way.  Seriously guys, invite a few friends over, pop a couple of beers and then laugh your ass off about just how far over the SJW rainbow Doctor Who has finally flown at this point.

Remember, if you ain't making fun of them, you ain't trying.



jaericho said...

You're right about Clara. I guess I haven't been anxious to see S9 because of Clara. I don't think I'd mind Capaldi as the Doctor, except we don't get to see him as the Doctor. Clara is the Doctor and Capaldi is along for the ride. Moffet's reign was ok for the first two seasons, but each season is a bit worse than the previous and after 5 years it has added up.

Cataline Sergius said...

I can recommend one episode...and only one...from season 9.

Number 11. Heaven Sent.

It actually flirts with being science fiction. Astonishing, I know.

owlish said...

I stuck with Torchwood through the first season. The season finale was just too much though. "We've got a giant monster headed towards London! What should we have the cops do?" "Go door to door, tell everyone to stay in their houses, and that we've got everything under control, even though it's a total lie."

FP said...

I've forgotten where I left off with the show. S8 or Mid S9 I think. I tend to pick it up every 1.5-2 years to see whats going on. Clara has been the only reason to watch for me, with the sound off.