Allons-y! (moltobene1925) wrote,

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Someone stop the CAPS LOCK EUGENIE

OH FUCK OH FUCK OH FUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I just caught up on the three eps of Doctor Who that I've been behind because of school and work and OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOH FUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUCK!!!!!!!

No, really, I just WOW aeithoiathjeoiwtjaoiewtjpowqaietpojlkdglak!!!!!!!!!1111!!!!!!

So, besides general Captain FUCKING Jack is BACK, we have my, in general theories...

This is mostly all about The Lazerus Project, ep 6 this series. Well, so dubbed "Mysterious Man" in the credits is actor Bertie Carvel (who I will IMDB in a few) but my theory is that he is really, or is somehow connected to The Master, since the Face of Boe did say that 10 was not alone.

Just wiki searched The Master and found this:

The Master did not reappear in the first two series of the 2005 Doctor Who revival. Furthermore, in The End of the World the Ninth Doctor (played by Christopher Eccleston) claims that all the other Time Lords had been destroyed in a Time War — and in Dalek, said that he "would know", in his head, if any remained.

In the 2005 Doctor Who Confidential episode "The Dark Side", current executive producer and head writer Russell T. Davies said that he thinks the Master may return, though it would take 'a writer who can do it properly'. In the character's absence from the screen, press speculation has run rampant about his potential to return. During the second series of the revived Doctor Who, it was heavily rumoured that Anthony Stewart Head would play the character when it was first announced that he had been cast for an episode of the series; the actor did appear in the second series, although he played a new villain as opposed to the Master. Tom Baker has wryly suggested that he should be cast as the Master, as a tip of the hat to the old series. Rumours of the character's return during the 2006 series of Doctor Who proved unfounded.

Sir Derek Jacobi and John Simm as they appear in Doctor Who.In 2007, the tabloid newspaper The Sun claimed that John Simm is going to play the Master. Simm has been cast to play a politician called Mr. Saxon. The same article also discusses the casting of Derek Jacobi as a character called the Professor in the episode Utopia: it is suggested that his character will start as a seemingly benevolent figure whose real identity will be revealed when the Doctor sees him regenerate. Utopia is also the episode directly preceding Simm's appearance in the two-part season finale The Sound of Drums and Last of the Time Lords - which has excited speculation that both actors will be playing new incarnations of the Master. Other speculation has centred on a range of theories, including the fact that "Mister Saxon" is an anagram of "Master No. Six" and more recent speculation was caused from the special "coming up" advert at the end of the episode The Lazarus Experiment, in which John Simm, while playing the caracter of "Mister Saxon" wearing an oxygen mask, surrounded by unconcious cabinet members in an official board room, and tapping in beats of 4 on a table (possibly part of a message in morse code).

In an interview broadcast on BBC 6 Music on February 13, 2007, Simm refused to confirm or deny details of his role. The BBC has also remained quiet on the issue. On Saturday 24 February, during an interview on Soccer AM, Simm's Life on Mars co-stars appeared to confirm accidentally that Simm was filming on Doctor Who. Phillip Glenister, who is Simm's co-star in Life on Mars, also confirmed the rumours in a comment he gave to The Sun at the Royal Television Society awards. In BBC-released promotional images from the episodes in which Simm appears. Another report from The Sun claims that actor Michael Sheen was also in the running to play the character, but producer Julie Gardner has denied this.


*puts dork hat on proudly*

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