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I voted for Matt as best actor.

But I couldn't vote Doctor Who as the best drama series or whatever it was.

I'd be contradicting myself.

Matt is a fantastic actor, and he was amazing with what he had to work with.

Just imagine if he had decent scripts to perform.

I didn't vote for any of the other series nominated as well. I just didn't like any of them.

Am I a saddo? :Tardis:
Now that we all know about the rude bits, aren't they rude? And as we get older, they get ruder and ruder. :oops:
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I'm curious why there's one American show in that list.
One good solid hope is worth a cartload of certainties.

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Lizzie633 wrote:I'm curious why there's one American show in that list.
We Brits don't really care where we get our entertainment sometimes..
Now that we all know about the rude bits, aren't they rude? And as we get older, they get ruder and ruder. :oops:
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:mrgreen: Still, you'd expect there to be a few more then.
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Lizzie633 wrote::mrgreen: Still, you'd expect there to be a few more then.
Loads actually.... :doc5:
Now that we all know about the rude bits, aren't they rude? And as we get older, they get ruder and ruder. :oops:
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Lizzie633 wrote:I'm curious why there's one American show in that list.
Which one?

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I voted for Martin Clunes from Doc Martin. :P

Nah, I'm only joking,obviously I voted for Smithy and Doctor Who. But then,to be honest I don't watch any of the other programmes.
I saw one episode of 'Broadchurch' but wasn't keen on it, and only recently watched an episode of 'Sherlock' for the first time. :)
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OptikaNET wrote:
Lizzie633 wrote:I'm curious why there's one American show in that list.
Which one?

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The Big Bang Theory
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Lizzie633 wrote:
OptikaNET wrote:
Lizzie633 wrote:I'm curious why there's one American show in that list.
Which one?

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The Big Bang Theory
I love that show... :doc5:
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Voting ends at noon today if you want to vote for DW and Matt (and David Tennant as Best TV detective).

http://www.planetmondas.com/2014/01/22/ ... he-doctor/
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Matt Smith won the award for drama performance at the National Television Awards then. :D

http://www.planetmondas.com/2014/01/22/ ... -the-ntas/

Matt's acceptance speech video.

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Doctor Who won in its category too. A rather good night. Tennant missed out as Best Detective, but then Cumberbatch was (rightly) always going to win that one.
Have a look at my blog. It's sort of ok

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A good night for Steven Moffat :D
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Incentive for change or to make NuHu any better than it currently is: Zero.

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(Doctor Who) has been hijacked and redefined as a lucrative modern franchise. They've literally taken a square peg and painfully made it fit a round hole by taking enormous liberties with much of its fundamental essence. There's no turning back now.

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iank wrote:Incentive for change or to make NuHu any better than it currently is: Zero.

:cow:

And quite right too!!! Long may it remain that way!

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OptikaNET wrote:
iank wrote:Incentive for change or to make NuHu any better than it currently is: Zero.

:cow:

And quite right too!!! Long may it remain that way!

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Seconded.
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chesterfield wrote:Oh God :cry:
Yes, how tragic that people are actually enjoying the programme. :roll:
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tony ingram wrote:
chesterfield wrote:Oh God :cry:
Yes, how tragic that people are actually enjoying the programme. :roll:
Yes sad when people can't express their opinion in a Doctor Who forum about a show they love and have it mocked because it doesn't fit in with someone else's opinion, hey ho....
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