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Topic: Torchwood

Torchwood

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Echo's back! smile

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Article title is a bit deceiving, the spin-off is only a bunch of web episodes…

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Halo2 wrote:

Torchwood

http://i.imgur.com/XM3sw.jpg

Echo's back! smile

http://www.digitalspy.co.uk/tv/s8/torch … inoff.html

Article title is a bit deceiving, the spin-off is only a bunch of web episodes…

dont go bad mouthing webisodes... it's the way of the future...

what doesn't kill you - hurts even more...

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I don't like Webisodes myself there too short for the length of time in between each one. Dr.Horrible might be the only exception so far that I've seen, it could be that I just need to find better webisodes. I know TheWB.com got some but never gotten around to seeing if there any good.

On Topic though new season not to far off should be a good one.

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Well - since Torchwood is an anagram for Doctor Who, you'll find many Torchwood topics in the Dr. Who forum wink

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BlackBox wrote:

Well - since Torchwood is an anagram for Doctor Who, you'll find many Torchwood topics in the Dr. Who forum wink

It's a separate show, otherwise rename the forum to Doctor Who & Torchwood... wink

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Halo2 wrote:
BlackBox wrote:

Well - since Torchwood is an anagram for Doctor Who, you'll find many Torchwood topics in the Dr. Who forum wink

It's a separate show, otherwise rename the forum to Doctor Who & Torchwood... wink

Indeed - in the beginning it was just a small kick-off in Doctor Who, but now it's kinda a full grown show. Not as epic as Doctor Who, but I guess it deserves it's own forum.
So if any of the other admins feels like it - proceed with the creation of something beautiful. I'm tired and go to bed...

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I didn't know that Eliza was going to guest in Torchwood.. knew that Dichen Lachman was doing it though... she mentioned it on her twitter when they were filming smile

I hope this summer will be as good as Children of Earth...

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Eliza is attractive and while she stated she will never go topless it doesn't hurt seeing her on T.V....but she can't act or well she can't act emotional. I seen her in several different things and the vulnerable thing is not something she can pull off as an actress for whatever reason. As long as it's more Faith from Buffy and less Echo from season 1 of Dollhouse it shouldn't suck acting wise at least.

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Don't know if I agree... I see what you're getting at, but I really liked the way she reacted when Paul died... one of my favorite scenes from Dollhouse..

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Rwings wrote:

Eliza is attractive and while she stated she will never go topless it doesn't hurt seeing her on T.V

+1 but -1 for making me sad saying she'll never go topless sad

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Halo2 wrote:
Rwings wrote:

Eliza is attractive and while she stated she will never go topless it doesn't hurt seeing her on T.V

+1 but -1 for making me sad saying she'll never go topless sad

Don't need her to be topless as long as she's wearing those tight lether pants wink

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Mxyzptlk wrote:
Halo2 wrote:
Rwings wrote:

Eliza is attractive and while she stated she will never go topless it doesn't hurt seeing her on T.V

+1 but -1 for making me sad saying she'll never go topless sad

Don't need her to be topless as long as she's wearing those tight lether pants wink

Eliza who

...where did I put that rat's ass I could give?

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That's what I tought... but this is wrong

Daemonius wrote:

she will never go topless

...where did I put that rat's ass I could give?

Daemons are benevolent or benign nature spirits, beings of the same nature as both mortals and gods, similar to ghosts, chthonic heroes, spirit guides, forces of nature or the gods themselves.

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I never saw season 2 of Dollhouse still so don't know about that scene

And hmm the statement she made about never go topless I read about two years ago and she was very admit about it...oh well good to be wrong once in a while. Although it is hard to make out anything from the photo's from that site

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Trailer for Torchwood: Miracle Day

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Oohhh... that looks awesome!!

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I can't believe how much this show has grown... the first 2 seasons were kind of dull.. and then we had Children of Earth which was awesome. And now, Miracle Day, which started out with shear brilliance! Torchwood is definitely starting to give Doctor Who a run for its money!

It's just too bad that they don't air one episode a day, like they did with children of earth... I can hardly wait for the next episode!

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I watched the first episode, but now I'm tempted to wait and collect the others and watch them all together.  I hate having to wait week on week for shows that keep me on the edge of my seat.

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This is actually one of the perks, if any, of a busy job. I am going to accumulate Miracle Day and watch it in a batch. I had done it with Children of Earth, and it was awesome. The only problem is, I can't be sure that I will find the time to watch it.  big_smile

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mayazici wrote:

This is actually one of the perks, if any, of a busy job. I am going to accumulate Miracle Day and watch it in a batch. I had done it with Children of Earth, and it was awesome. The only problem is, I can't be sure that I will find the time to watch it.  big_smile

What do you do?

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the first 2 seasons were kind of dull..

Well I tend to agree - I dropped Torchwood from my watch list in the middle of season 2, Children of the earth redeemed the show for me though.

One thing really bothered me in this episode though (overall I thought it was great):

Spoiler

I understand the laws in the US can be completely bonkers sometimes, but the bit where they let the pedophile out of jail simply because he didnt die was utter rubbish and made me roll my eyes and sigh loudly, do they really expect me to buy that?

Although that is an odd thing to say considering we had a decapitated man who was still breathing, err or at least still alive. That seemed much more believable for some reason :P (well in a world with out death that is).

Overall the new Torchwood is actually better than Doctor Who in some ways. A bit darker, Doctor Who can get a bit too childish sometimes.

PS: Oh and the baby was a really bad actor, why didnt she cry with the sound of gunfire? Even I can do better! Although I might be a little more difficult to carry.

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Dude... the baby had ear muffs on.....

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xzeal wrote:

One thing really bothered me in this episode though (overall I thought it was great):

Spoiler

I understand the laws in the US can be completely bonkers sometimes, but the bit where they let the pedophile out of jail simply because he didnt die was utter rubbish and made me roll my eyes and sigh loudly, do they really expect me to buy that?

Although that is an odd thing to say considering we had a decapitated man who was still breathing, err or at least still alive. That seemed much more believable for some reason tongue (well in a world with out death that is).

It's not that weird (what you wrote in the spoiler).
In the American Constitution , it says that no punishment will be cruel and unusual (8th Amendment and even in the English Bill of Rights).
And basically they failed the way he was executed.
therefore he was released... it's like a criminal getting released on a technicality (Legal reason)
It doesn't make sense but even criminals have rights....

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karenbear wrote:

What do you do?

I'm doing my PhD. Okay, granted, most will not call it a job but it takes a hell of a time. I plan to be an academic, so it's all downhill from here in terms of TV-watching big_smile

Returning to topic, anyone knows what exactly this "Web of Lies" stuff is about? http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1978319/