Peter Capaldi Thinks ‘Doctor Who’ Series 9 Requires ‘Lots More Kissing;’ Get The Episode Titles With Its Airing Time
“Doctor Who” star Peter Capaldi, who is also known for the 2009 super hit movie “In the Loop,” thinks that there should be “lots more kissing” in the upcoming hit BBC One show instead of any romance and intense love between the Time Lord and his companion. He has rejected any romance between the Doctor and Jenna Coleman’s character Clara. Read on.
“It would have been completely creepy. It’s fine if you have handsome young men like Matt [Smith] and David Tennant, but as a father I felt it would be inappropriate,” Capaldi said to the Radio Times, confirmed by The Guardian.
Capaldi recalled that the previous year’s first full episode was made to promote a gay agenda. It had shown a kissing scene between a lizard woman and her human life. According to him, it was really good as it was not just the lesbians’ love.
“It’s across species, which is even worse, presumably. It’s crazy if people get up in arms about it. There should be lots more kissing in Doctor Who. So long as it’s not the Doctor and Clara,” he added.
Here we will see the list of episodes with their respective titles of the upcoming “Doctor Who” series 9 that is slated to be aired on BBC One on Sept. 19, 2015. Visit Doctor Who TV to know the timing of airing in various nations.
The premiere episode to be aired on Saturday titled “The Magician’s Apprentice” will introduce Daniel Hoffmann-Gill as Bors as the series 9 opener, as stated by Den of Geek! There will be some guest casts like Michelle Gomez and Jemma Redgrave to play the roles of Missy and Kate respectively in both the first and second episodes. The second episode is titled “The Witch’s Familiar.” These two episodes are directed by Hettie Macdonald and produced by Peter Bennett.
The third and fourth episodes with corresponding titles “Under the Lake” and “Before the Flood” will have the guest casts like Arsher Ali, Paul Kaye and Morven Christie. These two episodes are directed by Daniel O’Hara and produced Derek Ritchie. You can view all the episodes and synopses in The Telegraph UK.
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