The War Doctor & Election 2016 Part Two the MSM/Left’s Dilemma

The 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 and the Press Corps … Continue reading The War Doctor & Election 2016 Part Two the MSM/Left’s Dilemma

The War Doctor & Election 2016 Part one Moffat’s Dilemma

One of the real high points of the Excellent 50th Anniversary episode of Doctor Who The Day of the Doctor was the performance of veteran actor John Hurt playing the previously unknown incarnation of the Doctor known as the War Doctor. The excellent story combined with him memorable performance captivated fans. The Introduction of an … Continue reading The War Doctor & Election 2016 Part one Moffat’s Dilemma

Night of the Doctor: Collected Reactions

While the rest of the net focuses on the President's lame attempt to be king by changing law by fiat (unconstitutional) and shift blame for his failures to the Insurance industry (unscrupulous) or the attempts of pro abortion groups to use feminists as suckers (uncomplicated) at DaTechGuy Blog we want to focus on what really … Continue reading Night of the Doctor: Collected Reactions

Matt Smith as The Doctor in Order: S5 EP: 4 Time of the Angels

The latest in my series of Reviews of the Matt Smith Doctor Who years Summary:  River Song is back but so are the weeping Angels Plot: River Song leave a clue for the Doctor in his past to get help to solve a mystery concerning a Weeping Angel.  What is it doing on the planet … Continue reading Matt Smith as The Doctor in Order: S5 EP: 4 Time of the Angels

Did I fail to mention just how much I liked The Bells of St. John?

Louise Pendrake (Lulu): This life is not only wicked and sinful. It isn't even any fun. Jack Crab: No, I reckon I reckon not, Mrs Pendrake. Louise Pendrake: (Lulu): Yet, if I was married and could come here once or twice a week, well it might be fun. But every night, it's just boring! Little … Continue reading Did I fail to mention just how much I liked The Bells of St. John?

Can I just say that this week’s Dr. Who episode Let’s Kill Hitler

Was not only the best single episode I've seen in the series (and I've been watching since 1981) but could easily been a season or series finale. Four comments: Arthur Darvill is in my opinion the best companion The Doctor has ever had. Karen Gillian was always a good companion but she and Arther Darvill … Continue reading Can I just say that this week’s Dr. Who episode Let’s Kill Hitler

Silence in the Library revisited

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