Thursday, September 1, 2011


Me.  Hello.  My name is Cindy and I'm a Whovian.  Yep.  And I was in utter heaven weekend last as the BBC ran a marathon on the show, as well as, all sorts of specials.  I love #11.  His funny way of talking to himself and answering himself, his quick wit and he's just a cutie.  But equal love for Rory, Amy and River as well.  And cool is she?  Way diff from her character back on ER eons ago.  She is a total bad azz and I love it.
I had actually watched the show years ago, with #9.  And liked it, but just could not seem to remember to look for the BBC.  Or more likely, we switched dish companies and the new one did not have.  Can't remember, but for whatever reason, I did not follow it like I do now.  Sweet Hub and I are huge fans of Brit comedy anyway, so it makes since that I would love this as well.
So, if you are looking for something a little different to watch, check out Dr. Who, on the BBC.  Great fun and lots of funny lines.  Here's the set up on one, Dr. Who is speaking to another character, going over the workings of the Tardis, and the other character says, "I'm confused".  Dr. Who quickly responds, "Well, its a big club, we all should get tee shirts.".  Something about it just cracked me up.  I must have run it back several times, cracking up all over each time I watched.  Sweet Hub finally walked into the room, glanced at the TV, looked at me, shook his head and walked off. 

What can I say, a simple mind is easily amused.  And apparently so is a Whovian.



  1. I prefer the 10th Doctor. Amy drives me bat shit. I do love Rory and RiverSong. You need to check out this etsy shop: She makes Doctor Who mice. They are adorable. :)

  2. OMG! My two sons LOVE this show. And I hear a certain author was inspired by the series years ago when she created the lead character of her now infamous series, Outlander! And you know I loves me some Outlander! Hope you're doing well!

  3. AMEN! Wouldn't that be the best t-shirt? It IS a big club!

    We used to watch Dr. Who back in the Tom Baker/Peter Davison days, but then our public station stopped carrying it and I don't have BBC America on my set. Maybe a DVD visit is due!


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