Doctor Who? Jodie Whittaker Has Boobies

by Lola Byrd on July 20, 2017

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The first thing I thought when I heard the new Doctor was called Jodie Whittaker was: “Is she related to Forest Whitaker?” The second thing I thought was: “Oh, she has boobies.” I’m kidding, the first thing I thought was: “Did the first female Doctor have to be thin and blonde?” Which was closely followed by: “Peter Capaldi only got two seasons? That’s not fair. Nope, wait, it’s been three.”

To be honest, I haven’t seen the latest season of Doctor Who yet. Peter Capaldi, although a great actor, didn’t have a great first season as the Doctor. Personally, I blame that on some iffy writing and the fact that he was never paired up with a great companion. The whole Clara thing was not a good match. I actually kind of hate Clara.

Whatever, it’s hard to follow up a team like the Ponds.

That said, I was just starting to really dig Capaldi. I’m sad to see him go, but I am excited to see this new direction Doctor Who is going in. Let’s hope Jodie Whittaker brings more to the table than a nice pair of tits. I don’t know her as an actress, but by all accounts her work is stellar. She was in the critically acclaimed Broadchurch and Attack the Block, so we can only hope she kills it as the 13th Doctor.

I kind of hope the Doctor continues to be an old embittered misanthrope like Capaldi’s Doctor only in pretty packaging. I would dig that vibe, so far I’ve got to say the teaser has me intrigued, but I hope they give her a slightly better costume for the show than a black hoodie. Yawn.

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  • Dr. Who started going down hill ever since David Tennant left and the only good thing the last few seasons has been Missy. Also who are these people? I’ve only ever watched one episode of the show but I know a bunch about and it scares me.

    • Erswi

      Agree on the Tenant thing. Only thing I liked about Smith was that he had good chemistry wtih Karen Gillan. You’ve got to admit though, John Hurt as The War Doctor was pretty f’n great.

      • That’s cause John Hurt was f’n great in everything.

  • Cody111811

    Mmmmmm. Boobies! ?

  • 我也有过博客,不过那都是很多年前的事情了!

  • Zach Becvar

    I’m excited to see what Jodie Whittaker will do in the role. For what I’ve seen her in (Broadchurch, Attack the Block, and a bit part in St. Trinian’s) she is a great actress. I’ve seen some of the things about people complaining about casting her, but I put most of it in the same category of people who become enamored with a particular actor in the role. All the modern Doctors have been great, I personally think Eccelston is vastly underappreciated and that Capaldi suffered from some writing issues where more importance was put on the season long arc at the expense of individual episodes.

    I think she’ll do a great job in the role especially since the whole show seems like it’s going to be refreshed with the Steven Moffat being replaced as show runner. I think it will be much like when Smith replaced Tennant and kind of reset the whole story.

    I still say that Tom Baker made the best Doctor. Everyone else played the Doctor, Baker WAS the Doctor.

    • I’m ashamed to admit I have watched any of the classic Doctor Who episodes.

      I liked Eccelston, I was so sad when he regenerated at the end of seasons one of NuWho. Been then I was told I would love Tennant and I did. I liked Matt Smith too, but it was his connection to Amy that really made him work as the Doctor.

      • Zach Becvar

        I haven’t seen all of the classic stuff, but the majority of what I have was Baker era. He was great.

        I did like the chemistry between Matt Smith’s Doctor and the Ponds, but after a while Matt Smith grew old for me, I think it was more due to the writing of the character in later episodes of his tenure.

        • Tenant had too many different companions. I didn’t like Martha. Well, it was hard to like anyone after Rose left.

          • Zach Becvar

            Just looking at the companions, I think Rose had the best character development. For the dynamic between the various incarnations of the Doctor and the various companions I really liked the one between Tennant and Donna.

            The thing with Martha that always got me was that her early stories had an undercurrent of Martha crushing on the Doctor while he was still pining Rose and then the writers just kind of gave up on it.

          • I loved Donna and I especially loved that she wasn’t a love interest. The fact that they were best friends and then at the end she doesn’t even remember him.. that was heartbreaking.

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