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  1. The look at the end just completely put me off him. What a smug cunt.

    And The Doctor has never been smug...

    He has an odd looking face, and I like the odd looking Doctors. Almost everyone on here has criticized every decision made in "New Who", apart from Moffat taking over so I suppose the Moffat backlash starts here...

  2. 1 - Bon Iver - For Emma, Forever Ago

    2 - The Hold Steady - Stay Positive

    3 - Elbow - The Seldom Seen Kid

    4 - Vampire Weekend - Vampire Weekend

    5 - TV On The Radio - Dear Science

    6 - M83 - Saturdays = Youth

    7 - The Killers - Day & Night

    8 - Kings Of Leon - Only By The Night

    9 - Duffy - Rockferry

    10 - Hot Chip - Made In The Dark

  3. assuming they don't tinker with the format and move the show to the autumn / winter, which I actually wish they would

    That wouldnt work as there is no suitable timeslot available on a Saturday night as Come Dancing and X Factor aren't going to end anytime soon.

  4. Feedback on the combat? I'm interested in this but after watching some videos online, the combat looks really weak - why not just shoot for the head/weak spot the whole time or am I over simplifying it?

    A little, the targeting system can only be used a certain number of times before it needs to be recharged. So far I'm liking it, finding it preferable to Oblivion. The death animations might start getting monotonous.

    I'm only a few hours in, is everyone as annoying as the population of Megaton seems to be? I usually play as a good character but I'm finding it hard to resist the temptation to nuke them out of existence.

  5. I don't really know what to say. The track's so well lit it's like watching any other race. I must admit to being underwhelmed. Almost unimpressed ;)

    What were you expecting? Burnout Paradise? Those are expensive machines there is no way they were ever going to risk them in anything approaching darkness.

  6. I didn't watch it again after S5, this post summed it up for me from 4 years ago...

    The new episodes are terrible, it has not so much gone downhill as completely driven off a cliff over a shark infested lagoon.

    Pretty much spolier free...

    - The dialogue isn't there anymore.

    - Characters such as Ainsley and Josh's girlfriend have completely disappeared with little or no explaination.

    - Every episode seems to feature the war room.

    - Special guest stars have included Elmo and Big Bird from the Muppets.

    - Charlie now gets two lines per episode, one of which will always be "The President will see you now", and again at the end of every episode when he tells the President he has done a good job.

    - Will Bailey now gets one line per episode, which is always "I am better than you Toby"

    - Flashback after flashback after flashback within flashback.

    - It is now a soap opera, with "will or wont Josh and Donna ever admit their feelings for each other" as the main story.

    - The pacing has changed, now everything happens too quickly.

    The three worst episodes?

    (These are pretty much unmissable as they show how far the show has fallen)

    - Leo in 'Nam.

    - The Gaza Episode, manged to portray both sides as sympathetic, and both sides as violent racists - way to take a stand team!

    - The CJ documentary.

    The Wire held its quality across its entire run therefore The Wire wins. And no-one in The West Wing was ever as cool as McNulty.

  7. After that opening will Indy collapse next weekend? Will Sex & The City, an R-rated romantic comedy, open to more than $20M? And will the long delayed 'The Strangers' see a top five position?

    Yes, yes and yes according to Fridays estimates. SATC more than doubled Indys $12m takings with a huge $26m for the day, no doubt Indy will catch up on Saturday...

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