Doctor Who (2005– )
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Love & Monsters 

Elton Pope is an ordinary man intrigued by the world of the Doctor. When he and fellow enthusiasts - L.I.N.D.A. - meet the mysterious Victor Kennedy, their lives will never be the same again.

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Dan Zeff
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
David Tennant ... The Doctor
Billie Piper ... Rose Tyler
Camille Coduri ... Jackie Tyler
Peter Kay ... Victor Kennedy
Marc Warren ... Elton Pope
Shirley Henderson ... Ursula Blake
Simon Greenall Simon Greenall ... Mr. Skinner
Moya Brady Moya Brady ... Bridget
Kathryn Drysdale ... Bliss
Paul Kasey ... The Hoix
Bella Emberg ... Mrs. Croot
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A run in with the Doctor at a young age leads Elton to a group who's studying him, they become friends and have a laugh until Victor Kennedy arrives. Suddenly everything becomes more serious then people start disappearing from the group. Can the Doctor save Elton and explain his past before he's absorbed by the Absorbaloff Written by Time-witch

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Official Sites:

Official BBC website

Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

8 December 2006 (USA) See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (50 episodes)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital (Dolby 5.1)

Color:

Color
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Trivia

In the scene where Elton is fixing Jackie Tyler's washing machine, there's an item on the shelf next to her which looks to be the pencil scribble ball the Doctor catches in the following episode Doctor Who: Fear Her (2006). See more »

Quotes

Elton Pope: Turns out I've had the most terrible things happen. And the most brilliant things. And sometimes, well, I can't tell the difference. They're all the same thing. They're... they're just me. You know, Stephen King said once, he said, "salvation and damnation are the same thing." And I never knew what he meant. But I do now.
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Featured in Screenwipe: Episode #2.1 (2006) See more »

Soundtracks

Doctor Who Theme
(uncredited)
Written by Ron Grainer
Arranged by Murray Gold
Performed by BBC National Orchestra of Wales
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It's not that bad!!!!
19 June 2006 | by robert-223See all my reviews

I'm not normally one to post reviews, but I couldn't let the one negative post sit here as testimony to this episode. Yes, it wasn't perfect. The broad comedy and grotesque nature of the central villain would obviously not be to everyone's tastes. But Marc Warren turned in an excellent performance, as did Camille Coduri. The group of people who set up the "club" were portrayed as decent sorts who didn't deserve what became of them, and there were moments of charm and sensitivity. The use of E.L.O. in the soundtrack is also a plus point! Overall, the episode was an interesting experiment. If I met Russell T Davies I'd happily discuss it with him (without resorting to the violence another on this thread seems to expound) and of course thank him for making Doctor Who popular with a mainstream audience again.


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