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Tag Archives: doctor who
(This post comes with a trigger warning for mentions of depression, suicide and mental illnesses.) “It’s so clear you cannot help. And when you leave, and everyone always leaves, I will be left once more with an empty heart and … Continue reading
The anniversary of the much watched and discussed British TV series is just around the bend. We’d love to know one thing you love and one thing you dislike (or a suggestion for how the series can be improved) about Doctor Who, classic … Continue reading
I’ve been re-watching the Russell T. Davies era of Doctor Who. I’m doing this because I want to remember why I fell in love with this show in the first place, and also because I do this every year. This time … Continue reading
OK, you know what? Spoiler alert. It’s been a week, and I’ve needed the whole time to process this episode. So if you haven’t seen it yet, tough. We’re going to talk about feels, and we’re going to talk about … Continue reading
Chris Chibnall, I applaud you! You knocked another one right out of the park for me, and for that I thank you. Chibnall has a way of writing Amy and Rory that reminds all of us why we fell in … Continue reading
Hey folks, sorry this is a day late. (Food poisoning is quite the thing). Moving right along let’s talk about this week’s Doctor Who episode, “A Town Called Mercy”. Are you ready for some spoilers?
I have to admit, this week’s Doctor Who wasn’t even close to being as terrible as last week’s. It was pretty good, actually. It had all the fun and joy of not only the Davies era, but also the Douglas Adams episodes … Continue reading
Science fiction and fantasy shows don’t number as many as sitcoms, comedies, crime dramas, or reality shows, and they usually don’t last as long. So I’m pleasantly surprised when I see that these shows have more queer characters than the … Continue reading