This took a lot of thought and re-watching.
For me the most consistently funny episode of all was/is Robots of Sherwood.
The interaction between Robin and the Doctor all the time.
The taking of samples from the Merry men. Poor old Alan a Dale being given six months to live. Arrows bouncing
off the robots. Fencing with a spoon. So…[Read more]
Only by a year – my dear. *grins* No, I am single minded ( or bloody minded) about this, the next Doctor must be a male.
Always has been and should stay that way. To hell with regeneration excuses.
From the odd glimpse I’ve had of the Tardis, I couldn’t agree more. MS and PC had the best Tardis.
Good question. However, the next Doctor – apart from being a MALE *winks* – should be British.
I have always fancied Kris Marshall. He can be an absolute nutter, but when he becomes serious, one knows about sharpish.
Whoever they choose, he will have to be very agile.
Hello stranger. Your word ‘wreckage’ is far better than mine.
Gods, I miss #12 . . . Wit; sorrow; rage; clever quips; and joy. I refuse to give up without seeing what the promised fresh start will bring, a couple of years (argh!) from now. Meanwhile, I’m off doing streaming — lotsa good stuff.
Oh how I agree with you. By the way, H…[Read more]
Hello and welcome. I don’t post much nowadays, because I refuse to watch a travesty of such a past wonderful series.
Everyone knows my views, so I shan’t bore them by repetition. *grins*
Peter Capaldi is MY Doctor too. He is supposed to be the most ‘alien’ of all the Doctors, and yet I found him to be
the most ‘human.’ Mostly thanks…[Read more]
I never liked Danny Pink, he had a real chip on his shoulder.
He hadn’t a clue about emotions, only his own.
D. Do you love him?
D. Really had enough of the lies.
C. Not in that way.
D. What other way is there?
Obviously he’d never loved his parents, or friends.
I don’t believe it!
A friend and I were talking about people who actually do read the back page of a novel first?
You obviously don’t like surprises. *grins*
Why bother to read the book at all, or watch any series? *scratches head*
Glad everyone is well.
What do I mean? Have you watched Elementary? Sherlock Holmes it ain’t! More what I’d call a ‘spoof.’
If you enjoy it, fine there is always room for spoof TV.
They all regenerated in front of our eyes. If she is your Doctor, that’s fine. I am not that easily pleased unfortunately.
I never know what to say at a time like this.
My husband (who didn’t share my love of the Doctor, but watched them anyway) died after five months of diagnosis.
That was bad enough, but suddenly, for no reason? I really feel for you my dear.
Sorry I cannot think of any quote that would be appropriate except possibly:
Thank goodness for that! The only news which (for me) could top this, is the return of Steven Moffat!
As for Olly Alexander being the next Doctor (maybe) I don’t care. As long as it is a Male, British and he can act,
I am content.
As for JW, if she had been a good enough actress, she could have made up for the bad writing.
The BBC have got…[Read more]
Oh yes, he waits to get to his bits! I also love the scene when he realizes that he is ‘Scottish’ and can blame the English for everything.
Apart from arthritis I’m surviving. The is Covid is really reducing the ‘surplus population,’ how is it where you are?
Allo, allo was one of my favourite shows. Most of the time it brought tears to my eyes. Remember when Edith used to sing, everyone put cheese in their ears?
The Australians are good at drama, not so good at comedy, it always seems to be such an effort.
Americans, depending on your sense of humour, can be good at…[Read more]
Missy commented on the post, Fish fingers, custard & kindness — Looking back at the Steven Moffat era
I have only just seen your post, it didn’t deposit itself into my mail box. *grins*
It has been a joy reading all the positive posts about Steven Moffat and Peter Capaldi. I didn’t make comment […]
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