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When last I checked in, winter was coming, a chill was in the air, and I had rambled on at length about two of my current obsessions (for better or worse): Doctor Who and fairy tales. Since then winter has … Continue reading
Today’s post is brought to you by Pope Francis, who currently has stopped traffic and generally all other signs of life here in Philadelphia. I’m taking advantage of the three day weekend to get caught up on some reading and … Continue reading
The Doctor: Oh, you know what I always say about plans. Clara: What? The Doctor: I don’t have one! I don’t often post updates about my podcast on this blog because I figure that those who are interested will wander … Continue reading
The newly regenerated Twelfth Doctor asks a lot of questions in his first episode, but one of the most interesting is this: “Question: you take a broom, you replace the handle, and then later you replace the brush. And you … Continue reading
It should go without saying, but there is a spoiler warning up through the latest Christmas Special and the trailers for Series 8. Doctor Who Series 8 approaches, and the preview material in the form of trailers, stills, and interviews … Continue reading
New year, new Doctor. Another Doctor and his era gone “like breath on a mirror.” The Eleventh Doctor’s final episode, “The Time of the Doctor,” was a lot of things. A regeneration story, yes, but more than that: The resolution … Continue reading
The absolute barrage of Doctor Who related content over the last few weeks plus my own lack of practice with writing these sorts of reviews over the last several months have conspired to make this one of the more overwhelming experiences in … Continue reading