LOL Martin Freeman’s joke about Lucy Liu was so funny. It’s always classy and hilarious when white men call women of color “ugly dogs” for laughs. Freeman is so lucky to be blessed with so much tact and wit
and a rabidly apologetic fan base.
“I’m looking forward to the 50th anniversary. Ignoring previous continuity means we can have something huge, no matter how improbable it would have been!”
“I love how Moffat takes the spirit of Doctor Who perfectly and really sticks to the well established canon that the show has.”
I’m really busy with work and school at the moment, so I’m putting this blog on break until (at least) December 21. Feel free to keep submitting things, but they won’t be put up for at least three to four weeks.
I’m still looking for a co-mod (or multiple), so that’s happening.
“I love how Moffat is doing everything he can to detach Eleven from anything prior to season 5. I mean I think it’s great! We already had the new Who, why not the new NEW Who? Who needs all the silly character development and backstory created by icky Davies when you can have timey wimey, humany wumany, Moffaty Wofatty?”
Credit to randommakings
The title says it all. I’d love to have another person’s help making confessions, answering meta-y questions, and dealing with delightful anons.
To be considered, make and submit a confession with the text “I’m glad all the new companions are young, pretty models. Who wants to see an ugly person on TV anyway?”
Be creative! Deadline for submissions is Tuesday December 11th.
EDIT: Your personal/blog information will be kept private!
I’m fundamentally against the Doctor having a human love interest. For fuck’s sake, he’s a different species. That’s…weird. BUT River Song’s premise was pretty damn intriguing and Silence in the Library is one of my favorite episodes. I’d start there, but other than that my ideal River wouldn’t resemble the River we have at all. She wouldn’t be Amy and Rory’s daughter. I found that plot twist to be very trite and formulaic. My River would be a character independent to the plot thus far. I’d like to see her as a woman who travels through time and space not for saving planets like the Doctor, but for research purposes? I liked the fact that she was a professor in SitL, but Moffat didn’t really expand on that. Most of the “intellectuals” from TV and popular culture are men, with the exception of a couple women (ex. Willow from Buffy the Vampire Slayer). I think a character who explored the universe for knowledge would compliment the Doctor very well, and it provides a premise for why the Doctor would be intrigued by her. Canon River Song was just an extension of the Doctor at best and plot fodder at worst. Is an independent female character with interesting and cogent motivations too much to ask?