Last week, Spoilerites had a chance to cast their vote in the second semi-final round to select the Doctor’s best villain. This week, the semi-finalists enter the ring for one final battle – the victor emerging victorious as the biggest and baddest Doctor villain of them all – it’s the Master vs. the Daleks in the Major Spoilers Poll of the Week (POW!)
As we count down to the big Doctor Who episode this weekend, we continue our battle between the Doctor’s greatest villains. We know who won the first round of fighting, now it’s time to take those winners and have them fight it out Hunger Games style.
This week we got our first look at the trailer for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary episode, and while we got to see some of the villains, we wonder if we got to see the best villains in the montage. It’s time to take the Doctor Who Villain fight to the next level, as we pit the Daleks against the Sontarans in a battle for the ages!
Anything that can reduce the stress in our lives is a good thing. The Daleks are returning to Doctor Who in the seventh series, and they have discovered a way to help us relax.
The Daleks are meant to be feared across the universe, not turned into some inflatable plaything for three-year-olds.
Yeah, I really want one, too…
Here is a really cool find. If you are a big fan of Doctor Who, and have always dreamed of building your very own Dalek (for non-commercial purposes of course), then we have you covered with the original plans to build your own.
Sometimes you just can’t make up this stuff.Â The Australian government is looking for a Tardis Operator.Â Unfortunately, the government is only paying $65K a year on the low end; I guess the perks of traveling through time and space make up for the chump change salary.Â Nowhere in the job description does it say anything about having to be a young cute female, or having to deal with Daleks on a regular basis.Â Damn Daleks.
Thanks for the link Hercules!
Who knew Doctor Who’s nemeses the Daleks couldn’t swim.Â Volunteers were cleaning up a filthy pond in Hampshire, England when the Dalek head bubbled to the surface.
“I got the shock of my life when a Dalek head bobbed up right in front of me. It must have been down there for some time because it was covered in mould and water weed, and had quite a bit of damage. One of the dome lights was smashed, but the eye-stalk was intact and the head and neck stayed in one piece as I carefully lifted it out.”
That’s a very cool find, and from what locals have gathered, the menace has probably been in the pond since the 1970s when Tom Baker and crew traveled to the area to film a number of episodes.
Thanks for the reminder, Rob!