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Doctor Who Christmas Special 2016

Tuesday, December 27th, 2016

Well, it’s been an entire year since we were graced with anything from the BBC and Steven Moffat regarding the extraterrestrial world of Doctor Who. So, this year’s Christmas Special had a whole lot to live up to. I am happy to report that it was good, but I certainly hope that having a full […]

The #TimeLord Weekly

Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Clumsy Matt Smith

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

Matt Smith is turning out to be an excellent Doctor. He has a serious cool factor about him, but in real life, Matt is cool and a bit clumsy. During the filming of the series, in particular, the 4th episode that features the Weeping Angels, Matt had a rather humorous event that was included in […]

Doctor Who – The Beast Below

Sunday, April 25th, 2010

SPOILER WARNING, I give some of the story away……..England has escaped solar flares and now is a spaceship country that holds a secret. No engine vibration and a cloaked woman with a theatre mask. The Doctor knows that there is something gone awry here. Puppets in booths known as Smilies, what are they? 10 minutes […]

Doctor Who Royal Albert Hall this Summer

Saturday, April 24th, 2010

I know that here in America we get the short end of the stick for things Doctor Who. It was to my surprise the Matt Smith, Karen Gillam and Steven Moffat made a NYC appearance to promote the season opener of Doctor Who on BBC America on April 17, 2010. With that aside, sometimes American […]

Interview with Karen Gillam

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

Shortly before the premier of the latest incarnation of the Doctor Who series, the Doctor’s newest companion was interviewed to get her take on all things Doctor Who. Credit goes to GMTV and the BBC for the interview and YouTube for hosting it. Check it out, the beautiful Karen Gillam talking about working with Matt […]

Doctor Who and

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

I might not be your average Doctor Who fan and the reason being is because I follow some of what the Wall Street Journal writes about.

The Eleventh Hour and Amy Pond

Sunday, April 18th, 2010

Last night was the big night here in the States and I was super stoked to finally be able to stop avoiding my Doctor Who Twitter feeds and teaser posts by my British counter-parts reviewing the newest chapter in the Doctor Who saga.

Doctor Who regeneration woes

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

The Doctor has been able to live so long in TV series land because of the ingenious concept called regeneration. This is when the Doctor morphs into his new persona and a new era of the Doctor Who series begins and ends. According to BBC documents, the regeneration was characterized like an LSD trip without […]

Doctor Who duds

Tuesday, April 13th, 2010

I am a Doctor Who geek and love having Doctor Who stuff around me. Take a look at the Merchandise Page on the site to see what you can purchase to help show your love for the AWESOME series. Here I am having to do a plug for one of the coolest Doctor Who t-shirts […]