First time ever
Now with some experience
It helps me to say these things aloud, I think.
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Meant to post this ages ago when Cristin gave me this fabulous old Doctor Who comic.
Isn’t it awesome? It’s awesome.
Suuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuper crazy person, but you gotta admire the dedication. This is pretty much equivalent to all those lovely people who made Jayne’s hat, which also doesn’t suck.
I read several of your recap pages from this episode, Doomsday. Reading your post, I found myself crying, sobbing! It was so true. You said: “I don’t care to do the math and I don’t know how to say this without coming across just ridiculous, and I am slightly drunk, but I mean: Rose Tyler. On every single page. I know this girl, and she’s gone, forever, and tonight I really miss her. I wish today were just like every other day. My Rose. You were fantastic.”
I, perhaps, have also had too much wine, but I agree with this wholeheartedly. It’s so funny to me that I feel like I’ve lost the doctor. Duh. He’s not gone. But I guess I’m feeling how Rose feels. That’s how I’m feeling after watching Doomsday.
I really must add this link.
Remember the world again, and remember him: Nine’s ears, Ten’s mouth. The
suits and the smile and Barcelona. That’s what you do.
Who is this person? I love the writing. I love how he calls him “Ten.” Kudos!
It’s a good flick. I’d recommend it.
How interesting. I’ve just started watching The Second Coming. The character Eccleston plays is very similar to the character he plays in Doctor Who – can you say God complex? He even says the same thing “You humans! [Insert compliment, then insult here].” Interestingly enough, The Second Coming was written by Russell T. Davies, who wrote many Doctor Who episodes.
It turns out it was a made-for-TV miniseries, so I got through Part 1 last night and hope to finish the rest tonight.
This evening I watched a Season 1 episode of Doctor Who. It seemed so foreign to have Christopher Eccleston play the doctor!! I guess that means I really took to David Tennant – he is a fabulous doctor!
Now, back to the movie!
I am so sad.