Changes. I am transferring all my Doctor Who to a HDD making it much less accesable. With the fiftieth over and my massive quest to watch FUCK LOADS of Doctor Who new and old is done and dusted. 155 GB is a lot. Like, a lot. A comical amount.
my friends made me watch some dr who and these were my notes
daleks are basically davy jones’ head in a box
they can climb stairs
quirky white man in space
people seem to hate the rose tyler girl probably for the same dumb reason most people hate female leads that have any influence on the main male character
i like the guy with (mostly) no hair he seems a little less like a big nerd
theres a race of dudes who look like C3P0 and everyone thinks theyre scary
moffat kinda stinks
who the hell dresses this guy
SEA DALEKS, DALEKS OF THE SEA
Take that Stuart
Yeah basically, savior complex too. But he’s nice.
Jordan calls her ‘chavtastic’, she’s cool, I like her but she can be melodramatic and when she actually does fall in love with the Doctor, she gets very jealous and look-at-me and stuff. And she’s over-hyped by a huge part of the fanbase. But you do have a point!
He also has a wicked coat. He’s pretty sad.
If C3P0 could dream, basically?
Moffat, yeah can be a bit of a sexist, but he’s a very good writer and his showrunning has some very powerful themes regarding mental illness and truama. The Doctor he wrote (Matt Smith) is basically autistic.
HIMSELF, that’s what makes him such a dickhead. He spent 300 years wearing question marks on his collar. What the fuck, Doctor.
Homer: You can always write a depressing Broadway play of some kind. Lisa: You think so? Marge: Sure! It could be a story about people coming to terms with things. Homer: Heck yeah! You could load it up with lots of swears. That’s what David Mamet does.
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