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Night and the Doctor (Doctor Who mini-episodes)

Spoilers!

It may be worth purchasing the complete sixth season of Doctor Who in actual DVD form (as opposed to the cheaper, no-physical-copy version) in order to get the five mini-episodes that comprise¬†Night and the Doctor. The Doctor in a tuxedo, plenty of River Song, little glimpses into the Doctor’s relationships with Amy and Rory — they may be tiny little video clips (emphasis on mini), but they’re wonderful.¬† Continue reading

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Doctor Who: Let’s Kill Hitler (Stream of Consciousness)

Spoilers for Doctor Who’s “A Good Man Goes to War” and “Let’s Kill Hitler”

“Doctor” crop circles? Nice! Clever. The Doctor certainly has changed, though — so much for never coming back. They’ve got a special relationship — he gets their attention; they get his. It’s a lot more equal, the Doctor and Amy and Rory. It’s much less focused on the Doctor and his companion; they’ve got lives beyond the Doctor, and they don’t worry that he’ll abandon them.¬† Continue reading

OTP: River and the Doctor

Why River is the Best Match for the Doctor

The Tenth Doctor (David Tennant) and River Song (Alex Kingston)

As far as I’m concerned, River Song and the Doctor belong together. They are, without a doubt, my Doctor Who OTP (One True Pairing). Granted, I haven’t seen most of the classic Who, but of all of the people in the new Who, River Song is the best person for the Doctor. I love their chemistry; I love their potential.

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Hot Wall: Alex Kingston

Alex Kingston

I’m on a bit of a Doctor Who kick right now, but I adore Alex Kingston. She plays River Song. Despite being in only six episodes, she’s become one of my favorite characters in the show, second (third? fourth?) only to the Doctor (10 definitely, 11 maybe, possibly 9). Frankly, after the first episode (well, two episodes — it was a two-parter, Silence in the Library and Forest of the Dead), I was hooked. Continue reading