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Happy Birthday, Doctor Who

51, while not round or square, is no less momentous an achievement. Happy birthday, Doctor Who, and here’s to many more seasons. I watched it only the other week, but I think November 23rd is just the right time to … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: The Angels Take Manhattan

My second question would be, “How do they keep their prisoners alive for fifty or sixty years without ever letting them leave the hotel room?” I ask this question only so that I can answer it by depicting the hotel … Continue reading

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Displaced Volume

Eureka is Greek for “This bath is too hot.” — The Doctor, The Talons of Weng-Chiang

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Happy Anniversary, Doctor Who

Doctor Who premiered on November 23, 1963, the day after the Kennedy assassination. That’s forty-eight years of wandering about in time and space and damn, if you don’t show half those years, Doctor. Lest anyone forget what it’s all about, … Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Let’s Kill Hitler

Go behind the jump for spoilers of Let’s Kill Hitler.

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Fringe: Concentrate and Ask Again

Last night on Fringe, Walter said something that made me laugh more than usual. He was stranded on Interstate 89 in New Hampshire, which runs from Concord through Lebanon into Vermont. Walter tells Peter and Olivia he was going to … Continue reading

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Doctor Who and the Gustatory Sensation

Neil Gaiman just posted a snippet from his Doctor Who script. It didn’t make it to the camera script, hence it won’t even be filmed, without context and contains no spoilers, so I feel safe in reading and sharing it … Continue reading

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