I’m in total awe of this season of Doctor Who. Steven Spielberg was right, writing this show is the job the man was born to have. I’ll say it again, there has and never will be a television show this good.
It’s true for the tenth Doctor too. His suit was blue if they went forward in time and the brown if they went back in time.
just when i thought this show couldn’t get any better….here wiener sky ♪ ☆
Ha! This was my main question at the end!'ALLO 'ALLO, ZIS IS NIGHT'AWK'S MUZZER-IN-LAW
What did the Dalek
Soooooooo, I spent the last hour or so making/updating this blog. Follow for some good Dalek fun. :)
THANKS JOEL FOR SUGGESTING I MAKE THIS BLOG.
The Doctor: The next word is kind of the scary word. Take a moment. Get yourself in a calm place. (takes her hands) Go “omm”.
The Doctor: It’s a tongue.
Amy: A tongue?
The Doctor: (excited) A tongue! A great big tongue!
Amy: (stunned) This is a mouth? This whole place is a mouth? We’re in a mouth?!
The Doctor: Yes, yes, yes, but on the plus side, roomy.
Doctor Who - 5.2 - The Beast Below
nothing beats this writing.Time Lords and Ladies
The thing I realized this morning is that commuting into work in NYC dressed as the 11th Doctor, I could just as easily be just any massive hipster going to work in a bow tie, tweed jacket, rolled jeans. Full/better pics coming soon.
Which means Santa Claus, Jesus Christ, and The Doctor arrive. Guess who I am most excited about?
Check out the amazing handmade TARDIS iPad sleeve my brother got me for my birthday from Etsy!!!!!
. @Blip is a very English friendly office. (Taken with instagram)
Excuse me while I nerd out for a moment, but Doctor Who and Star Trek are going to officially cross over (albeit in comic form). There were plans to merge the two series into the same fictional universe back when Doctor Who relaunch and Enterprise was still on the air. The idea was to just plop the whole Star Trek timeline right into the muddy future of Doctor Who. This would have also put Star Trek indirectly in the same universe as Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, as its Douglas Adams was head writer on Who for years and considered them in the same universe (easter eggs are sprinkled through Who). Although we may never see it on screen, doing it in comic form is better than nothing and now Matt Smith gets to match wits with Patrick Stewart in some way.
(but there better be some kind of Muppet Doctor Who crossover…)