The Name of the Doctor

Wow, the season finally of Doctor who was all that :) I’m very much so looking forward to the  50th anniversary episode on November 23rd mostly because “the name of the doctor” was very much a prequel, sequel and…. well after all the Doctor is a time lord. It’s all of the above and more I reckon.

Quotes that take My breath away…..

Take my memories, but I hope you’ve got a big appetite because I have lived a long life and I have seen a few things.  I walked away from the last great time war.  I marked the passing of the Time Lords.  I saw the birth of the universe and I watched as time ran out moment by moment until nothing remained.  No time, no space, just me!

I walked in universes where the laws of physics were devised by the mind of a mad man.  I’ve watched universes freeze at creation’s birth.  I have seen things you wouldn’t believe.  I have lost things you will never understand.  And I know things.  Secrets that must never be told, knowledge that must never be spoken.  Knowledge that will make parasite gods blaze! So come on, then!  Take it!  Take it all, baby!  Have it!  You have it all!
~ The Doctor




Doctor Who: David Tennant & Billie Piper returns for anniversary show


Tennant was the 10th Doctor and Piper played his on-screen companion Rose Tyler in the BBC One show. Filming on the show, which will also star John Hurt, will start next week. Tennant’s successor, Matt Smith – also in the special with his new assistant played by Jenna-Louise Coleman – says fans “will not be disappointed” by the 3D show, due to air on 23 November.

Tennant and Piper have long been rumoured to be making a return for the special, which is being written by the show’s executive producer and lead writer Steven Moffat. In January, Piper, appearing on the Graham Norton show, denied she would be appearing.

“I wasn’t asked, no,” she said.

“I think Matt Smith may have said, in passing or in jest, it would be nice.

Jenna-Louise Coleman and Matt Smith in The Bells of Saint John The 2013 run of Doctor Who returns on Saturday “I think maybe he said that and then it became something quite different, but no.” Smith has said the show “manages to pay homage to everything – and look forward”. “I read it and I clapped at the end. I think it’s hilarious, it’s epic and it’s vast,” he said. Moffat, meanwhile, has said he took special care to protect the secrets of the story. “One length I’ve gone to which is a really good security measure – I make sure I don’t get a script, because I will lose it,” he said. “I forbid people to hand me one. It’s on my computer under lock and key.”

The first story of Doctor Who’s 2013 run, The Bells of Saint John – described by Moffat as a “proper London thriller” – will be screened later.Viewers will see the Doctor and new companion, Clara, played by Coleman, battling an evil entity in the world’s wi-fi networks.

Actor Matt Smith talks about modern Doctor Who Aliens

Future episodes of the show, which is filmed in Cardiff, see the return of the Cybermen and old enemy the Ice Warriors, who last appeared during the Jon Pertwee era in 1974. Tennant starred in Doctor Who from 2005 to 2010 while Piper first appeared in 2005 opposite Christopher Eccleston, who played the ninth Doctor. She left the show in 2006 but returned for a number of episodes in 2008 as well as for Tennant’s final episode, broadcast on 1 January 2010.

The first episode of Doctor Who, An Unearthly Child, starring William Hartnell as the Timelord, was broadcast on 23 November 1963. As part of the anniversary events, the BBC will also broadcast An Adventure in Space and Time – a one-off drama looking at how the sci-fi show came to be made.

R.I.P. Ray Bradbury

I really loved RB’s book, the Martian Chronicles was my favorite even over Fahrenheit 451. As a Kid and Teen growing up in Southern California where Mr. Bradbury resided he had local reading and book store appearances often. I was very fortunate to see a half-dozen of them. He was very Nerdy, very Nice, very funny at times and seemed to really be a genuine person who loved literature.

I finish about half the books I start, if it doesn’t grab me by half way I’ll start another. When I’m single I usually start about 2 books a week. When I’m dating a lot of that me time like in any relationship you’re watering for growth gets taken up by boy meets girl things. Plus I’m fortunate to have the absolute most kick ass public library in my town that I’ve ever seen. Very few books have stories and Character development that I can absolutely get lost within such as the before mentioned titles in an “Alice in Wonderland” kind of way. Ray Bradbury pulled me into the true pulse of literature every time, even when I read his titles again and again.

My 3 favorite Authors have all passed, a sign I’m getting old I reckon.

Ray Bradbury, 91, scifi authorsaw future, said ‘Don’t go there’ –

Doctor Who-Jenna-Louise Coleman Announced as New Companion!

I haz a Sad :(

BBC – Doctor Who – Jenna-Louise Coleman Announced as New Companion!

There will be Nay more of our blessed Scottish Goddess Karen Gillan who’s mother’s a proper Doctor Who fan, oh whatever shall we Who fans do? All the Scotsmen in the world are morning the loss of our lovely Lady and all the Americans are still wondering why US Telly is so awful. Viva De BBC!

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