The penultimate in my series of Reviews of the Matt Smith Doctor Who years Summary: The Doctor relives the worst day of his existence, will his future selves convince him to do something he will regret forever. Plot: While planning a day out with Clara the TARDIS is grabbed by Unit for help with a … Continue reading Matt Smith as the Doctor in Order: 50th Anniversary Special, The Day of the Doctor
Summary: Can the forgotten heroes of ages past gain their rightful due? Plot: Peter Davison , Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy find themselves getting more and more concerned as the filming dates for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary special comes ever closed ad they're not called. Their repeated calls to Stephen Moffat offices … Continue reading Matt Smith (ish) as the Doctor in order 50th Anniversary Special #2 The Five(ish) Doctors Reboot
The 11th Doctor: (screwdriver buzzes moving frantically ) It’s all wrong. President Obama taking questions from the press? The press challenging him on issues? The TARDIS taking us to Washington when we are supposed to be in Bermuda… Rory: You’ve got to admit that last one isn’t unusual. The Doctor, Obama & the Press Corps, … Continue reading Mark Halperin, Trinity Wells and The Reporter Race
The BBC has made a concerted effort this year to push Doctor Who in America. One of the things that might confuse people are the different faces. Doctor Who has been around almost as long as I have. The First episode premiered just six months after I was born. The series the actor in the … Continue reading Doctor Who Regenerations through the decades
4 days short of the start of Season 6 of the New Doctor Who. Some crushing news for fans of Doctor Who: Sladen had been suffering from cancer, BBC entertainment reporter Lizo Mzimba said. It had not been widely known that the actress was in ill health. He said: "She was one of the most … Continue reading First the Brig and now Sarah Jane. Elizabeth Sladen dead at 63
To non geeks it is just another birth announcement. Actor David Tennant and his girlfriend Georgia Moffett (daughter of actor Peter Davison) are parents of their first child together. However if you are a Doctor Who Geek you could put it this way... The Daughter of the 5th Doctor who played the Daughter of the … Continue reading Three generations of time Lords, The Doctor as father and Grandfather
Starting at 6 a.m. this morning BBC America is once again having a marathon of Dr. Who. They are advertising it as all of season five starting at 9 a.m. but they are actually starting with the last David Tennant Story The end of time to include the regeneration and the story behind it. My … Continue reading Doctor Who Marathon on BBC America NOW!
...again this week and remembering what I wrote the day after Christmas last year when I first saw it: There is every probability that this was written just after his election and that Russell T. Davies was and/or is a member of the hopey-changey Obamacult. I suspect British actors are even farther left than Hollywood … Continue reading I was listening/watching The End of Time …
You know almost every season you run into an episode of Dr. Who that I find so bad that I make it a point to skip it when it comes on. In Series 1 it's The long game, not that it's so bad but the other ones are so much better, In series 2 it … Continue reading Doctor Who Series 5: Episode 10: Vincent and the Doctor
The time of the Angels brings back two of the most interesting characters from the 10th Doctor's time both created by Stephen Moffat. The first being River Song Played by Alex Kingston from Silence in the Library and the second the Weeping angels from Blink. Alex Kingston has a lot of fun with this role … Continue reading Doctor Who Series 5 Episode 4: Time of the Angels
I wasn't a big fan of Silence in the Library/Forest of the Dead when they first came out, There were many better episodes that season. But with Series 5 behind us the pair of them take on a whole new meaning and Alex Kingston's performance looks both better and more poignant. Kingston's River Song has … Continue reading Silence in the Library revisited
...about the bees disappearing last week: The decline in the US bee population, first observed in 2006, is continuing, a phenomenon that still baffles researchers and beekeepers. Data from the US Department of Agriculture show a 29 percent drop in beehives in 2009, following a 36 percent decline in 2008 and a 32 percent fall … Continue reading I was going to comment on this story…
It's moments like this: Yes my inner geek is really shining today, it's been highly repressed for a bit. Update: Is there a line better than "Basically, RUN!"? Update 2: Yes I had to use a 2nd video the first one was pulled.
January 30 2005 Instapundit: Reader Peter Ingemi, meanwhile, offers a prediction: I'm remembering the coy saying about the French resistance. "If everyone who claimed to be in the resistance really had been, there would have been nobody left to collaborate." I make the following prediction: In 20 or 25 years (it might not even take … Continue reading And the prophesy is fulfilled
The explosion for the democratic party would blow out the windows of the Massachusetts political scene as sure as David Tennant's regeneration into Matt Smith blew out the windows of the Tardis. Of course the proper regeneration video to use would be the Tony Blair one. Can this actually be? We will find out tonight … Continue reading Will Ted Kennedy regenerate into Scott Brown?