Tag: Dr. Who

Popular Culture (TeeVee). Season Finale for Dr. Who 20100730

Many of you who read my posts know that I am a very big fan of the British TeeVee series, Dr. Who.  This is not a recent infatuation.  I have followed The Doctor since 1978, when I first discovered the series.  It was 15 years old by then.

I have written a number of posts about this series, and you can find them by examining my profile on the Kos site (I have not written on Docudharma.com or Thestarshollowgazette.com as long).  As you read those, you will find that I have a very special place in my heart for that series.

Tonight we shall examine the season finale for the current iteration.  It was good, if a bit rushed in the last episode.

The New Dr. Who is FABULOUS! 20200417 With Poll!

I have been watching the season premier of Dr. Who, and Smith is brilliant in the role.  He has the energy of Tom Baker, and the passion for the role.  Not as snappy of a dresser, but that is OK.

I have fallen in love with Amy, his new companion.  She is just dishonest enough to be extremely resourceful.  She is played by the hauntingly beautiful Karen Sheila Gillam, just 22 years of age.

The Doctor is no More 2010102

Wow, what a sendoff for Tennent!  He saved the universe from The Master, and also booted the Time Lords from existence, since they would have done anything to continue to exist.  This new series, like the new Star Trek, is a reboot.

I prefer the original timelines, but I also understand that to keep viewers, the story much change to be current.  But it does not mean that the original timeline has to chance.  Please keep with me to agree that I, Translator, should be the next Doctor in the series.

The single finest scene in the history of Television!