legofett - POST 1 wrote:Whats dr. who? *prepares for nerd bashing*
Alls I know is wikipedia said thats what that hyperspace guy from family guy blue harvest was. Thats all I ever heard of "dr. who".
Is it a European thing?
Not even my 50 year old dad knows about it.
Sounds like a very lame idea for kids, next to back to the future.
legofett - POST 2 wrote::p I never said BTTF or Dr.W was lame just a lame idea for legos
Don't let The Master hear you saying that!
Whether he's calling it lame or not, I don't really care - because he's a kid.
The above quote (Post 1) certainly looks like he's having a dig at it and then he attempts to get out of the hole he's dug himself (Post 2). My evidence for this is that he doesn't once mention Lego in Post 1.
At the end of the day, people should just remember to act in a sensible manner when on an internet forum. Being horrible won't get you anywhere. Just like Americans who hate English stuff, I once knew of many English people who hated American stuff. However, I thankfully stopped having to speak to these people after leaving college with my A-levels. I no longer had to do group work with them in class.
Iare Tosevite wrote:Doctor who Lego sets: Awesome but will never happen. Lego is primarily for kids and they dont watch that kinda show.
Iare is right (just as I have said time and time before). Doctor Who toys are currently the sole property of "Character Options" who make the 5 inch action figures and every other Who toy you see in Argos, Sainsbury's, Tesco & Toys R Us. However, as for kids not watching "that kinda show" - you're very mistaken Iare.
I don't know why everyone on here thinks this. I know people with kids as young as 6 years old who like Doctor Who. And by that I mean the New Series and not the Classic era stuff. Kids love Doctor Who. BHS and Marks & Spencer sell Doctor Who slippers and PJ sets - Argos sell Doctor Who duvet covers! You need to be living in the UK to understand how popular it is with kids.