Daft. Totally Daft. But Fun.

OK, this was cute.  Christopher Thomson’s impersonation of Two and Eleven always makes me smile.

From Lucinda Walton.
"The Lost Doctor" is sort of a contradiction in terms anyway…he was always lost in the Irish sense of the word—out adventuring!

From Lucinda Walton.

"The Lost Doctor" is sort of a contradiction in terms anyway…he was always lost in the Irish sense of the word—out adventuring!

That awkward party where Daleks have to take you home.

That awkward party where Daleks have to take you home.

The Enemy of the World

"Back to The Enemy of the World, though: I  I love that he won’t act without more proof and is suspicious of Kent right up until the last minute - and then, when he is asked to assassinate Salamander, refuses with necessary outrage. And he doesn’t interrogate Fariah about the whatever-it-was she’s being blackmailed for. This is often described as a James Bond-like story, isn’t it, and the Doctor refuses repeatedly to act like Bond: he won’t just follow orders, he’s compassionate but not patronising toward women, and he absolutely won’t kill. I think this is something to do with trusting society whilst recognising the value of the individual - as opposed to the paranoid, conservative trope of the secret agent, licensed to kill. I wonder if some writers were drawn to the Doctor because his cosmic worldview belongs to no individual nation?”

The rest is HERE:

Street art meets railway tracks: graffiti by Bordalo II

Street art meets railway tracks: graffiti by Bordalo II

Just something else the youth of today aren’t taught about their country.  A tragedy.

Just something else the youth of today aren’t taught about their country.  A tragedy.

Patrick: That sort of actor

'He was that sort of an actor, he wasn’t, “I’m an ac-tor”. He never took himself seriously. We were always looking for a gag. Looking at that today, Patrick, when he’s flirting with Mary Peach, which, you know, on the page it would just say, “The Doctor looks at her”, but Patrick would add that sort of thing. “I might be attracted to her”. So he would add little bits like that’—Frazer Hines at the press conference announcing the return of Enemy of the World and The Web of Fear.”

Fan quote submitted by Shiksa Ravelli, on the PT facebook page

"We’re in Spain.  In summer.  And I’m wearing cereal.  Of COURSE I’m going to need mosquito netting to keep the bugs off!"
Would love to know what was going on here…Pat has his “listening” expression on, at the same time Frazer is pulling the membrane over his face with a “how does this work?” demeanor.  Then again, Frazer and Colin kept tipping him out of the wheelchair he was in, so he’s probably just glad he was lying down!

"We’re in Spain.  In summer.  And I’m wearing cereal.  Of COURSE I’m going to need mosquito netting to keep the bugs off!"

Would love to know what was going on here…Pat has his “listening” expression on, at the same time Frazer is pulling the membrane over his face with a “how does this work?” demeanor.  Then again, Frazer and Colin kept tipping him out of the wheelchair he was in, so he’s probably just glad he was lying down!