So when do we meet the Haemagog???

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If I didn't mishear, then referenced among the races that combine in "The Pandorica Opens" to trap the Doctor was a species called the Haemagog (Haemogog? Hemagog? Hemogog? Double "g"s????).

I don't recognise them from the wider universe (have I missed something? From the comic strips or a Big Finish I haven't heard or something???).

Or are they something we haven't seen yet? River knew what they were...

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It's just another piece of pointless Moffat continuity left hanging with no explanation like all the other things we've yet to have an answer to.
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The 49 year series is littered wioth mention of other races and adventures not shown on screen. Do we really have to see them?
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The Nimon wrote:The 49 year series is littered with mention of other races and adventures not shown on screen. Do we really have to see them?
But he's agog to know!

Yes, we never got to see Woman Wept (well, except when I watched "Journey's End" but that's another story :lol: )
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I wish we had seen the Terrible Zodin.
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A Haema-what?? :?

It sounds dreadful, let's hope it's never inflicted on us.

Bring back the unforgettable Tritovores that's what I say. They will last long in the memory, you know.

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LizR wrote:But he's agog to know!
Classic!
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LizR wrote:Yes, we never got to see Woman Wept (well, except when I watched "Journey's End" but that's another story :lol: )
Well, technically we did! And it was in the story you mentioned, because Woman Wept was one of the 27 Stolen Planets!!!

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Kajaboy wrote:I wish we had seen the Terrible Zodin.
I've always wanted to see her, though she was a bit hairy and hopped around like a Kangaroo :lol:
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OptikaNET wrote:Well, technically we did! And it was in the story you mentioned, because Woman Wept was one of the 27 Stolen Planets!!!
From a distance, true. I don't recall seeing the continent or the frozen seas.....or maybe I'd fallen asleep by then.
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Apparently it isn't hard for us to meet the Haemagog...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haemagogus
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LizR wrote:Apparently it isn't hard for us to meet the Haemagog...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haemagogus
What about their evil spawn... the Googoogogs?!!! :o
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That's a lot of gogs :lol:
Ian Levine: "Sorry Travis, it's not just me. You clearly haven't been reading the thousands of posts on Planet Mondas forum lately, uncensored by bullies, unlike Gallifrey Base."
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Blitzer wrote:
What about their evil spawn... the Googoogogs?!!! :o
They had a string of hits in the 1980's such as Too Shy and Big Apple......
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"Wake me up before you gogagog..."

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LIVE TONIGHT IN CONCERT w/ special guests The Goo Fighters!
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"Haem makes me feel brand new...."

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OptikaNET wrote:"Haem makes me feel brand new...."

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Oh my gog. :roll:
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