Doctor Woke


Six weeks ago, after months of the NPCs chanting ‘SEXIST’ at anyone who dared to express concerns, long running British television programme Doctor Who finally stopped pretending that they gave a toss what anyone right of Marx, anyone male, anyone white, and any non-socialist white males actually thought of the programme and unleashed the First Female Doctor onto the world.

Now full confession time in advance, Your Author has not been watching any. Your author finally admitted last year that this was an abusive relationship, that the BBC was only pretending to show love, and the story lines were utter shit and had been for several years. There are the counter arguments that usually comes up at times like this of ‘Why don’t you just give it a go?’, ‘What harm could just watching it do?’ and ‘You don’t know if you like it if you never try it?’ Had someone actually come and with ‘Actually it’s really good!’ opinions may have changed and Your Author may have explored, but frankly and thankfully no one did.

The show apparently started reasonably well. The supporters claiming this was because it was Progressive and New and proof that everyone else was ‘SEXIST’, the realists countering with the argument that some people just liked watching car wreaks and the others were foolish enough to be polite. Early flaws were however already showing. People were praising the new music direction and the improved cinematography, which is a bit like stating that tit-filled lad’s mag you have been hiding from your Mum has been printed on really good quality paper.

That was week one. Following up reviews started to agree on common themes that the lead actress’s acting style is completely over the top, the middle aged white guy has the best character and a lot of the plots are really boring. This is before the claims of a blatant anti white male agenda and that show runner Chris Chibnall is a god awful writer who has turned the Doctor into someone completely compassionless that even the most stuck on NPC fans cannot relate to.

Get Woke, Go Broke.

Problem is that the show doesn’t really seem to be doing woke that well either.

As mentioned earlier the middle aged white male character is described by many to be the most interesting out of the three mindless lapdogs who follow the Doctor around. There is also a young black guy who is meant to be the white man’s grandson. This grandson has a disability – dyspraxia, because let’s face it, it’s a pretty viewer friendly disability that doesn’t require a 24/7 carer and actually putting wheelchair ramps in the TARDIS would be a budget too far – because all good characters need something to overcome. On first glance this character ticks the correct diversity boxes, but let us briefly consider our first introductions.

His Grandfather is trying to convince him that he really can ride a bike. He can’t. It happens. No big deal. However in a fit of rage he throws the bicycle down an embankment, only for the Grandfather character to command him to go back down there and get it. While down there he finds the plot device of the week, but step back a bit. Angry black man being commanded by more rational old white male?


Then we get to the girl character. This one is confusing. She is either a parody of everything a rational human being hates about woke millennials, or a woke millennial. She is 19, a police officer, an ethnic minority, a religious minority, and she welds all with a massive sense of entitlement. When first introduced she is complaining to her police superiors that she never has anything exciting to do, because, gosh darn it, it’s all about her, she has been a police officer for two whole years and hasn’t become Chief Inspector yet. Patriarchy clearly. Actually overtly, as we later discover her father is a loser and the source of all her home problems.

Probably wouldn’t have been so bad if she actually managed to behave like a police officer. You know, showing authority, taking command, defusing conflict, going full bunta on some drunks with her telescoping baton instead of looking like the poster child for reasons why diversity quotas in law enforcement actually endanger both the public and the officers involved. She could have been written as the poster child for diversity quotas – strong, independent and resourceful – but instead she is so bland and background that even fans of the show are starting to complain her character does nothing.

Not really ticking the correct Woke Boxes here so far to be honest.

We could also make comment on how the (white skinned, because even the BBC doesn’t have to balls to make their Timelord black) Doctor belongs to a culturally and technologically more advanced society that has taken a shine to a more primitive and violent civilisation, a civilisation that the Doctor is attempting to educate so that they change their behaviour. Cough. White Man’s Burden. Cough. Neo-colonialism. We could make comment but we won’t.

Instead we will look to the signs that even the BBC is starting to realise all this has been a massive mistake.

There will be no Doctor Who Christmas special this year.

The quote doing the rounds is that showrunner Chibnall has claimed he has run out of ideas. Defenders seem to be claiming this was never something he has said but in all honesty it doesn’t matter. The point is the ‘end of year’ special is now listed as being a New Years Eve event.

Okay… vote of confidence there from the BBC. Christmas day is almost custom made for a captive family television audience. It is early evening, everyone is over fed and maybe slightly drunk. Conversation is starting to drift towards the cusp of a screaming argument and Doctor Who comes on. Everyone stops fighting with each other, chants Exterminate! a few times, gets told to shut up and asks if Tom Baker is still doing it. Captive audience. Perfect moment.

Instead the BBC have moved this event to New Years Eve where no family are going to be stuck around the television, because it is the last day of the year and every sane single person is getting ready to go out, get messy and try and snog the nearest hottie. From a television point of view it is not the slot you want to dump what is meant to be your strongest and most famous performer.

Of greater concern… or excitement… delete as required, is the claim that there will be no 2019 for the show with nothing new planned until year 2020. Think on this. Doctor Who, recently rebooted with a new showrunner, crew and cast, is not to be allowed to build on the momentum of the 2018 season. Is this not meant to be the greatest thing that happened to the time traveller since they started filming in colour?

There may of course be an innocent reason, like Brexit, or Global Warming, or Russian Bots, or Orange Man, but a hiatus like this also allows for problems to quietly resolve themselves without the powers that be having to overtly hand out the DCM letters. It also allows the freedom to quietly extend the break another 12 months without ever having to utter the word ‘axe’.

Either way, there is ample suggestion that the BBC has taken a bold new direction and ballsed it up totally.

Serves them right.

Get Woke, Go Broke through all of Time and Space.

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  • Bumpstock

    Sorry, but Dr Who died with the end of the Tom Baker Doctor (No 4.). Though John Pertwee was always my fave.

    • Bucky Redux

      John Pertwee nailed it I think.
      Tom Baker was good, very flamboyant.
      I predict the next Dr. will be a tranny.

      • Bumpstock

        Camp? Nah, just stereotypical gin and tonic Brit military. I lost interest after Baker, but apart from some standout episodes, post 2005 re-boot Dr Who is just PC shit, everything that is wrong with Britain racially and culturally. Then Star Wars suffered same fate.

        • Bumpstock

          PS, isn’t the new Dr Who now technically a trannie?

  • fimbulwinter

    I’m afraid the lovable BBC series is not woke enough. For a start the doctor is kinda pretty and there are no LGBT characters.

    • Brendan Cleary

      I heard one of the Daleks will be coming out.

      • Brendan Cleary

        “Exterminate, exterminate…creatively!”

  • Brad W

    Well I used to dislike the show until Cathrine Tate came along and made me realise the show was more about the female co-star endevering to show the doctor that they are empowered, strong and completely better at saving the day! However I did welcome the change to a female doctor, thinking of Clara’s character taking the Doctors role in “The Boneless” and how amazing the episode worked with a female doctor. Only thing was, they cast a white, blonde woman – the most stereotypically accepted personification of a female on the screen, as if to play it safe. Not only that, but they’ve added in the stereotypes of a young and dumb black guy with a disability that only comes into play when it suits the writing (um um can’t get up a ladder coz of his coordination issues but he can run over desert dunes, shooting aliens with precision?), and well the author said everything about the other two. I was really hoping for a fantastically grand season where the female doctor shows she can be more amazing and dynamic than any iteration prior, only they’ve got a mouth breather who attempts at every possibility, to be David Tennant’s Doctor. Way to go BBC.

    • Bumpstock

      “Only thing was, they cast a white, blonde woman – the most stereo-typically accepted personification of a female on the screen, as
      if to play it safe”

      I came across some (((articles))) that said it did not go far enough, it should have been a POC woman.

      If you love Dr Who, just pretend this is not happening. Same with Star Wars, cherish your memories from 1983 and just KNOW it ended there and Force Awakens-Last Jedi are just a bad dream.

      They’ve already cast a negro for Frozen 2. I shudder now (((Disney))) knows every white girl from birth to 40 is going to see that movie, what they are going to put in it and say “hey, Goy girls, this is normal! Look at Elsa taking that transgender BBC!”

      • Brad W

        I’m not really sure what your point is here but yes I do like Dr who and I will continue to watch it, however, this season was a bit disconnected and “hit and miss” but I’m putting it down to the new format and writing – its a change and as always, people have to adjust to it. I will stick by my point though, Whittaker is so similar to Tennant’s Dr it’s annoying, I wanted a fresh female take on the role rather than someone trying to fit the previous iterations.

  • Kieran

    They moved it to New Years because that has the higher viewership now over Christmas. Your credibility pretty much falls apart there.

    • Nigel Hickman

      That would be the same reason they moved it from a Saturday evening UK/US airing to a Sunday evening.
      So that all the Millennials & Wannabe SJW’s will be home to watch it?
      Can’t help but notice the audience score on Rotten Tomatoes rates this series at 32% vs the plainly awful Capaldi led series 10 at 72% vs the amazing Catherine Tate (with a supporting Tennant) in series 4 at 94%.
      Less than half as good as the worst of the new Who.

  • Robert Charles

    Calm down. It’s an adjustment period, just like with every regeneration of the Doctor. They’ve essentially rebooted the series just like with Christopher Eccleston, who is a very underrated Doctor. I don’t mind Jodie as the new Doctor and the fact they’re trying new things, yes some things may not work but you have to try. I’ve always said Doctor Who has the most varried fanbase I’ve ever seen, people of all ages, race, religion and creed. Trying to please everyone is never going to happen, just enjoy it for what it is and the fact it’s even still on TV.

    • Bumpstock

      “I’ve always said Doctor Who has the most varried fanbase I’ve ever seen, people of all ages, race, religion and creed’

      That’s the thing, mate. There was no problem before with every regeneration being a white, British male, they still loved it. Same with the first Star Wars, all white, adjusted for inflation still in the top four grossing films of all time. It’s just Jews andleftist white traitors shitting in the punchbowl just to spite us.

      • Irrevenant

        There was no problem before with every regeneration being a white, British male, and there’s no problem now with this regeneration being a white, British female. There’s no problem either way. It’d be nice if the writing was stronger this season though…

        • Bumpstock

          Why is he a female all of a sudden, after 13 regeneration? Oh thats right, Cultural Marxism and gender theory. Fuck that, and you.

  • Jai_Normosone

    I continue to watch the series and think that Jodie W is doing a reasonable job as The Doctor. Unfortunately, watching the show and seeing that the current writers have no clue and are picking things from history that they vaguely remember from school without checking facts about what really happened combined with ensuring that they have all the diversity in place that can be handled.

    With the BBC being the UK Branch of Al Jazeera, there cannot possibly be anything that would show negatively towards the reality that is Islam with a harmonic balance of having all races-of-the-world along for the ride.

    • Bumpstock

      The new Dr Who gets a mention here.

      • Jai_Normosone

        I believe it would… The storylines of the new season are definitely playing on the horse-shit factor and making Muslims out to be peaceful with Indians (upon the creation of Pakistan) to be the aggressors.
        Complete shit!

        • Bumpstock

          Tob be expected now Britain is a caliphate.

  • I didn’t mind Peter Davidson (particularly the later episodes which
    got nice and gory), but Colin Baker was pretty weak as an actor and the
    directing sucked ass. The first four were the best imo.

    McCoy was horrible. Remembering that it’s been shit for a long time helps put it in perspective: Remembrance of the Daleks, which was meant to be an anniversary storyline, ended up being an anti-white diatribe written by a filthy jew.

    Eccleston onwards it’s been about pushing sex and romance in overstated ways. Faggotry was given every little mention it could, though the Doctors obviously remained hetero. The River Song storyline was pleasing given what else the show was being subjected to.

    I didn’t watch the last season with Capaldi and the negress. Mel was as dizzy frizzy haired as I was prepared to go in an assistant let alone having a nigger. He just needed a nigger companion for some reason. I thought he probably needed that more than me watching it, and so I didn’t. Reports given were that it wasn’t going well.

    I won’t ever watch this current witch, who is here to push transgendersm. I get enough POZ clownworld feedback from daily life , particularly if I have to interact with public servants. Knowing that there is a child whose parents have decided is of the wrong sex in my daughter’s school was the cause of great fear initially, but the school isn’t making a fuss of it (yet) and this weirdo child is acknowledged by the other students as a weirdo and not promoted by the school itself as a cool kid. So hopefully it wont catch on.

    Until the Dr regenerates again into a white British male and teams up wih the Daleks to racially cleanse the BBC , I will find other things to do with my time.