I'm guessing Inspector Spacetime was what ended up inspiring the name for Doctor Who in the 1789 map game?View attachment 750679
Poster for Inspector Spacetime and The Quest For The Lost Timeline. This special introduced fans to Danny Pudi as the 12th Inspector. While the casting of Pudi would receive backlash (much of which the show runners denounced as bigoted), Pudi, alongside Donald Glover, who portrayed his companion Constable Reggie Chapman Jr. (The son of Constable Reggie from the original series), would both win over audiences in this special. A hard task, especially considering they would be the first American actors to be cast as leads on the show
Peter Capaldi, who would go on to play the 12th Doctor on the show's biggest competitor, Doctor Who, also praised the duo, who in turn also praised him when he made his debut on as the 12th Doctor.
Possibly, but Inspector Spacetime was first used in the series Community. This poster was based on that fake show.In the 1789 map game, the Doctor Who equivalent is called Inspector Spacetime.
Now, this looks to be an older image, so did this image inspire the usage of Inspector Spacetime as a name for a Doctor Who equivalent in the 1789 map game?
Will Blofeld shoot Bond SIX TIMES?
A poster for Weapon of Choice. Released in 1964, it would be considered one of the best Bond films in the EON franchise, outmatching even Goldfinger 1 year later. Critics cite the perfect mix of suspense and the interesting concept of storming a stronghold being one of the main aspects of the plot as some of the reasons for its success, alongside Audrey Hepburn's wonderful performance as Lucy Preston, CIA agent and former professor. This film is also notable for Sidney Poitier's role as CIA agent and tech genius Rufus Carlyn, escalating him further into stardom and as one of the most defining black roles of the 1960s.
Finally, this film is also notable for introducing viewers to notorious Bond villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the head of the SPECTRE organization, portrayed by Donald Pleasance. Pleasance's portrayal of Blofeld would be parodied endless times throughout the spy film genre, including in the widely-popular parody film Austin Powers in... Back to the Armory.