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New Doctor Who: Peter Capaldi is revealed as the twelfth Time Lord | Mail Online

Peter Capaldi Is one of my favourite actors of all time.

He was nothing short of brilliant as Malcolm Tucker In ' The Thick Of It', a political sit come. He also played a consultant In Jo Brand's brilliant ' Getting On'.

WARNING.... CONTAINS EXTREME FOUL LANGUAGE AND NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED.

This Is your new Dr Who In the role of Malcolm In ' The Thick Of It. '

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I am thrilled he got the part.
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I'm happy about it too, I like a more mature doctor after the last two hyperactive goofballs we had.
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SnoozeAgain;1433018 wrote: I'm happy about it too, I like a more mature doctor after the last two hyperactive goofballs we had.


I wouldn't kick him out of bed either.
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For my part, I am totally underwhelmed
I thought I knew more than this until I opened my mouth
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"The Pets in Our Lives" is an odd forum to put Dr Who. Unless your talking about K9
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I hadn't even noticed that. lol
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Snowfire;1433038 wrote: "The Pets in Our Lives" is an odd forum to put Dr Who. Unless your talking about K9


A well known Scottish term of endearment Is ' Pet '



Online Etymology Dictionary

Peter Capaldi Is Scottish...

I am surprised you failed to observe my devastating, razor sharp wit and Irony.
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For Snooze...

Malcolm aka Peter Capaldi In America...

WARNING.... CONTAINS EXTREME FOUL LANGUAGE AND NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED.



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I nearly busted a gut laughing at myself when I replied to your FB friend's "hope" that they don't let the new Doctor curse on the show since children watch it. Oy vay.
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SnoozeAgain;1433055 wrote: I nearly busted a gut laughing at myself when I replied to your FB friend's "hope" that they don't let the new Doctor curse on the show since children watch it. Oy vay.


I know :yh_rotfl

Yeah... the new Doctor Who Is a physco Scot who calls Daleks C*** and jacks up heroin In the tardis.
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Good choice, I think...I just need to stop seeing Malcolm Tucker :thinking:
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That's all I CAN see now since everyone is posting clips from that show.

I'd watch a pissed off, potty mouthed Doctor Who though.
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theia;1433058 wrote: Good choice, I think...I just need to stop seeing Malcolm Tucker :thinking: He also played the senior consultant In Jo Brands ' Getting On '
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oscar;1433052 wrote: A well known Scottish term of endearment Is ' Pet '



Online Etymology Dictionary

Peter Capaldi Is Scottish...

I am surprised you failed to observe my devastating, razor sharp wit and Irony.


You're right. Your devastating wit was too far reaching for my slow and ponderous sense of humour
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Snowfire;1433064 wrote: You're right. Your devastating wit was too far reaching for my slow and ponderous sense of humour Do try to keep up... Don't be a Rodney..
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Thanks to Snoozie for this....

Wonder what the new Dr Who will be like ?

Wouldn't It be just so much better If It was like this?

SAME WARNING........ VERY EXPLICIT LANGUAGE

Malcolm Tucker IS Dr Who! - YouTube
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I'd watch the hell out of that, multiple times. I'd like to see him call Amy Pond a c-word. *snicker*
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SnoozeAgain;1433104 wrote: I'd watch the hell out of that, multiple times. I'd like to see him call Amy Pond a c-word. *snicker* You'll like this.

Same warning.



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All that cussing at once was a little overwhelming.
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SnoozeAgain;1433117 wrote: All that cussing at once was a little overwhelming.


I'd still share a pot of tea and a lightly buttered crumpet with him.
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SnoozeAgain;1433117 wrote: All that cussing at once was a little overwhelming. Actually, I must use one of his sayings In one of the clips myself.

The one In the men's room.

" How dare you call me a bully. How dare you. How dare you.

I am sooo much worse than that.
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You do realise he is acting a part don't you? I've worked in environments where every second word was a swearword so much a part of the language that it's not really swearing. I know gordon ramsay does it as well but in real life in scotland swearing in like that is frowned upon and in mixed company is a big no no.

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gmc;1433149 wrote: You do realise he is acting a part don't you? I've worked in environments where every second word was a swearword so much a part of the language that it's not really swearing. I know gordon ramsay does it as well but in real life in scotland swearing in like that is frowned upon and in mixed company is a big no no.

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You mean he's just acting ??? Really ??

Errrr we are aware of that on account of him winning a BAFTA for the part. Unlike Snooze and myself laughing out tits off at someone on facebook writing " Well, I hope he doesn't behave like that In Dr Who because children watch It "

There are many shows now where there Is an awful amount of swearing and I don't find them funny. I think Gordon Ramsey Is a vile arrogant self serving pig. In his case, the swearing Is not funny nor clever but It's the only thing that's kept him on TV.

The part played by Peter Capaldi In ' The Thick Of It' Is different. He plays the part of a spin doctor to a member of parliament where everyone Involved Is calm, polite and typically English. Most of the series Is other characters being appalled by his language and threatening behaviour and It's that which makes It funny.
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Wow, do I feel embarrassed! I thought that was a documentary of a typical Glaswegian office worker.









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SnoozeAgain;1433158 wrote: Wow, do I feel embarrassed! I thought that was a documentary of a typical Glaswegian office worker.









:rolleyes:


Although the part of Malcolm was based on a typical Glaswegian office worker, although they are usually women.
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