“I suppose you’d think an idea can’t affect the real world.”
“The itinerant time and space traveler known as The Doctor, wanted dead or alive. Leela, that’s appalling!”
“Someone wants you captured or killed. I knew it was bad.”
“No, no, it’s the photo they’ve chosen! I look so much better from the left.”
OK, this is a simple test to divide the Whovians from the Newvians.
I’m presupposing here that you can remember further back than cuddly little 10th David Tennant, or even (gasp!) before Russell T. Davies lent his talents to the revival of the series in this one.
“They would stand in front of great maps, wave their arms in mysterious ways and conjure up misery and delight in equal measure.”
“They were sorcerers.”
“Or big fibbers. Nobody ever really worked it out.”
The Doctor and Leela break up an unusual hunting expedition. Did you know there were Zygons involved?
“No. We did not know that.”
“But it all sounds very impressive. Bravo.” (breaks into brief round of solo applause)
“There was an old woman who lived in a shoe, she had so many children she didn’t know what to do. She gave them some broth without any bread and whipped them all soundly and put them to bed.
…Not very wise. She should have sent the children out to hunt wild animals and only whipped them if they returned without any!”
Louise Jameson graduates from acting to try her hand at writing, in conjunction with Nigel Fairs (Cuddlesome, Jago in Love). The result is interesting…but a bit strange.