Thursday, 31 July 2008

No More Rose?

Billie Piper will not return to reprise her role as Rose Tyler in future Doctor Who episodes, according to The Sun newspaper.

Claims are that Rose's character is "too needy" and new head writer Steven Moffat said, "You have to hand it to the Doctor for dumping a slightly needy girlfriend by palming her off on a copy of himself. He tried leaving her in a parallel universe and that didn’t work!”

This statement is bound to cause controversy... many fans were introduced to Doctor Who with Rose as the companion, they might not be impressed with what he's saying about her, let alone him axing her.

What do you think about all this?

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Anonymous said...

Great news, I think Rose is the best companion ever to be on the show and Steven Moffatt to be taking over and doing this is barbarick. First he exterminates the Daleks from our screen, then Rose. I don't agree at all.

Russell!!! We want you back!!!!!

Will said...

I do like Steven Moffat's stories, but don't you agree he's a pretencious (spelling?) twit, with an a. I don't like him, but hopefully he wont ruin my enjoyment of his stories. And dmwo, isn't that bad news, not great news?

charlotte said...

1) the daleks and davros are never gone they ALWAYS come back so shut up about that
2_ the same with old monsters like sontarans and cybermen
3)Rose is a too clingy if anything its rtd's fault for creating such a 'needy' companion. look at martha and jack and sarah. the only other companions apart from rose and donna who were forcibly left behind are:
- Susan - she didn't winge and didnt try to get back to the doctor.
- Jamie and zoe - but like donna their memories of the doctor were wiped apart from their first adventure.
so there!

crmhpfan said...

I don't know...I'm neither here nor there on the issue of Rose. I'll be thrilled if she comes back again, but I won't be greatly disappointed if she doesn't.