For the Doctor, tinkering around in the mechanics of a NASA command module is a bit like putting up an IKEA cabinet—”there’s always a bit left over, isn’t there?”
IN MEMORY OF ELISABETH SLADEN. 1948-2011.
Ooh, this is good. This is extremely very good. Almost entirely too good, if I’m honest. Because the Doctor is dead. Of course, before he kicks the bucket, he spends nearly 200 years being deliberately ridiculous, as Amy calls it: he lets a lovely lady paint a portrait of him, almost-naked, hides under her voluminous skirt, completely naked, gets taken prisoner, escapes, and appears in a Hardy and Laurel movie; all to make sure he shows up in some history books that Amy and Rory end up reading. He even goes and does ‘Jim the Fish’ with River, knowing full well he’s going to die. That is cold, Doctor.
You know, this isn’t nearly as bad as it looks.
QUOTING THE SUN, AS TWEETED BY IAN WYLIE:
Yes, there is a snippet of the Ninth/Tenth Doctors’ coral TARDIS theme and console in the trailer for Series 6. However, the guy on the right is NOT David Tennant, it’s Rory (with Amy). You […]
Oh, sweet Lord. Steven Moffat seems bent on freaking the fandom out, and, as for me: it’s working.
Speculation, quotes, and insanity after the jump.
Last night, two things were revealed by the BBC: A prequel to the first episode of Series 6, The Impossible Astronaut, and an “iconic image,” downloadable as a 16×9 or 4×3 wallpaper. The image: The […]
This is it. This is what we’ve been waiting for. That gorgeous dose of Doctor Who after six months of tittering behind our napkins in the aftermath of The Big Bang. The Christmas Special and the trailer for Series 6.
And goodness, hasn’t Steven Moffat blown my mind. Again. Please excuse me and hit the jump to get to the spoilers while I scrape my brain from the walls of my room, I’ll be right with you.
Disclaimer: All cursing Moffat and shaking fists at him comes from a place of love. It’s affectionate exasperation, Whovians. No need for hissy fits. But on with the blind, unreasoning rage: What? … What? … […]
Blogtor Who brings us a teensy sneaky peek of Doctor Who’s 2010 Christmas Special. Very snowy, indeed!
This weekend, I started catching up on Doctor Who audio dramas — and I found Dead Air, the last BBC audio production featuring David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, released in March 2010. And while I was listening to it, I choked on my cocoa quite a few times.
Oi! Spoilers ahead! Don’t hit the jump unless you’re sure.