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Hello

Post by theconfused » Sun Jan 10, 2016 4:58 pm

Hi all!

My name is Cait and I was born a couple of years after Knightmare ended, but I used to watch repeats on Challenge as a kid and fell in love with the show. I'm getting back into it again, watching clips online and hopefully I'll watch some episodes on TV soon :)

I also like Doctor Who, both the classic and the new, and have met some of the actors from it.

That's about it for now. :)

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Re: Hello

Post by Canadanne » Sat Jan 16, 2016 9:05 pm

Hi Cait! Welcome to the forum, there are plenty of Doctor Who fans on here too. :)

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Re: Hello

Post by pjmlfc05 » Sat Jan 16, 2016 10:26 pm

Hi Cait and a warm welcome to the forum. It's great you have got back in to it again.

Although not a Doctor Who fan myself you are not alone and there are many fans of it here! :)
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Re: Hello

Post by theconfused » Sun Jan 17, 2016 1:45 pm

Thank you for your responses! :)

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Post by Drassil » Sun Jan 17, 2016 2:20 pm

Welcome, Cait. Thank you for joining the forum. It's good to know that Challenge's Knightmare repeats have reached new fans as well as old. If you haven't seen Canadanne/Annie's Knightmare Lexicon entry about Doctor Who, I think you'll enjoy it.
pjmlfc05 wrote:Although not a Doctor Who fan myself you are not alone
Ironically, the phrase "You Are Not Alone" happens to be a Doctor Who reference.

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Re: Hello

Post by Mashibinbin » Sun Jan 17, 2016 6:09 pm

Another newcomer! Soon we'll have enough for a fresh team to face the dungeon dimension. Seriously tho along with Claire and Steve you are most welcome here Cait.

As always Knightmare Chat has a fireplace ready stocked and a vat of something or other that Treguard nicked from Lord Fear to view team's progress once. He got Sylvester hands on it and promptly called it Smellyvision.

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Re: Hello

Post by theconfused » Sun Jan 17, 2016 8:14 pm

Ah this entry about Doctor Who on the Lexicon is really helpful actually, as I had heard John Woodnutt had appeared in DW but wasn't sure which episodes, but now I know, as well as other useful things! :)

I've tried to figure out the technical requirements to use Knightmare Chat but I'm not quite sure I get it yet.

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Re: Hello

Post by Picklemyfav » Tue Feb 16, 2016 3:09 pm

Hi there. I'm new here too. I was just seven when Knightmare finished so I missed out on a lot. :( Didn't see it for first time until just before christmas while on holiday in ayr. :D I can't get Challenge where i'm from so been watching it on youtube. :exclaim: Its very funny at times. ;D
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Re: Hello

Post by Canadanne » Tue Feb 16, 2016 11:22 pm

Picklemyfav wrote:Hi there. I'm new here too. I was just seven when Knightmare finished so I missed out on a lot. :( Didn't see it for first time until just before christmas while on holiday in ayr. :D I can't get Challenge where i'm from so been watching it on youtube. :exclaim: Its very funny at times. ;D
I grew up watching Raven so would have loved it as a kid. [SIGHS] Helped come up with ideas for Raven as i grew older. Would have done the same here.
Welcome to the forum! :)

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Re: Hello

Post by pjmlfc05 » Wed Feb 17, 2016 5:19 am

Hey Picklemyfav, welcome aboard the forum. Good to have you here!
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Re: Hello

Post by Picklemyfav » Wed Feb 17, 2016 1:22 pm

I am a big fan of Doctor Who as well. got a Doctor Who t shirt while on holiday. Also love The Big Bang Theory as well. Sheldon is so funny at times. ;D
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Re: Hello

Post by ClaireFearsBlades32 » Wed Feb 17, 2016 7:24 pm

Welcome! Nice to have more people to chat with. The more the merrier! As Bob hoskins said in those incredibly annoying BT adverts "its good to talk!" I watch KM on YouTube, always good for the repeats as challenge only have one series at once. Welcome aboard.
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Re: Hello

Post by theconfused » Sun Feb 21, 2016 5:16 pm

Picklemyfav wrote:I grew up watching Raven so would have loved it as a kid.
I used to watch Raven a lot. It was really cool. I'm sure the guy who played Raven was the voice of the French listening tapes in schools in Scotland :D Also, I have been to Ayr maybe once or twice.

I see you like Doctor Who too! That's great. I've not seen much of the Big Bang Theory though.

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Re: Hello

Post by EvelynMason » Mon Feb 22, 2016 1:04 am

Always a pleasure to meet new people who are interested in this fine show. Hope your enjoy your stay, we're a small community but all share the same enthusiasm and interest that is the Knightmare series.

Not a Doctor Who fan so to speak, but watched a number of the original episodes in the 1980's but lost interest around the time Sylvester McCoy was introduced. Once again, hope you enjoy your time with us.

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Re: Hello

Post by theconfused » Mon Feb 22, 2016 5:40 pm

EvelynMason wrote:Always a pleasure to meet new people who are interested in this fine show. Hope your enjoy your stay, we're a small community but all share the same enthusiasm and interest that is the Knightmare series.

Not a Doctor Who fan so to speak, but watched a number of the original episodes in the 1980's but lost interest around the time Sylvester McCoy was introduced. Once again, hope you enjoy your time with us.
Yes, I do struggle to find many people aware of what Knightmare is so I'm thankful for this forum.

I met Sylvester McCoy at a convention, he's nice. I mainly have watched repeats of Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy, as well as watching the 21st century doctors mostly as they air.

As well as meeting Sylvester McCoy, I've met Paul McGann and I attended a talk Peter Davison was involved in but I didn't get to meet him as he was mobbed by fans. I've met quite a few companions and other actors. I could go on and on forever about Doctor Who but I might save that for another thread of discussion. ;D

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