Peter Capaldi getting backlash from fangirls for being too old and ugly

#1Unknown NomadPosted 8/4/2013 10:07:07 PM(edited)
Just one example but good riddance for this type of fanbase if they are done with the show honestly for being this petty
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#2bidas100Posted 8/4/2013 11:29:38 PM
I like how she complained that he's skinny.
A teenage detective who turns into a little boy that solves murders?
That's almost as silly as a magic notebook that kills people.
#3UmitenchoPosted 8/5/2013 12:11:32 AM
Eh, just a Tennant fan girl. One of many who will leave and good riddance.
#4manmousePosted 8/5/2013 12:13:26 AM
damn, it's like seriously grow up.
Donna's companionship and the popularity of that season is proof that the audience can learn to love the show and its story and themes and characters (for who there are, not for their bangin' bods) even if someone was first drawn into the show because they saw some eye-candy.

good riddance, hopefully the community itself develops a higher sane fan : insane fangirl/boy ratio as a result of the shallows getting purged a bit.
#5UmitenchoPosted 8/5/2013 12:15:56 AM
I hope they cast Larry King as the 13th doctor just for the lulz. The fangirls would be leaving en mass.
#6GilgameshSwordsPosted 8/5/2013 1:49:19 AM
I find it amusing the amount of "fans" who are going to stop watching because they feel the new Doctor will be too old. I mean, he is over 1000 years old roughly >_> Further to that, however would these people have coped with Classic Who. I saw one comment state that the Doctor has to be young and cute.
#7Binba442Posted 8/5/2013 3:26:01 AM
I think she only watched the Show for Tennant/Matt/Chris, not the story. The best of the Classic Who was 3/4, who are pretty old, but provide great doctors. She just wants to... distract herself while Matt Stands around being all pretty.

She isn't a fan, she's the kind of person who, if male, would play Dead or Alive xtreme for the characters, not the gameplay.
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#8EvilpolarbearPosted 8/5/2013 3:29:39 AM
F*** them, the fanbase is better off without them.

They can f*** off and watch Supernatural.
#9MikeSSJ part 3Posted 8/5/2013 4:50:11 AM
I say good riddance.

The greatest Doctor of all time was Patrick Troughton, and he wasn't exactly "Mr. Young and Sexy", either.
You know, Moffat made such a big deal out of the Silence, and yet I don't even remember what they look like...
#10yutikoPosted 8/5/2013 5:17:11 AM
I actually started with Smith. I then went back and watched Tennant. I've also seen a few handfuls of Classic. I don't declare myself an uber fan of Who, but I have absolutely no problem with the new Doctor. I've never seen him in anything, but as long as he can act the part of the Doctor then aces.

Also I'm not female, if that has anything to do with anything.
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