And with every week, the wallpapers add up. I think I racked up 27 for this week's episode. Crazy!
I liked this week's ep. I don't remember Elisabeth Sladen, but K9 is familiar. I need to check episode guides to see when the mutt (affectionate jab, that) was in the show. Even not being familiar with the character, I was nearly in tears a couple of times! Quite a bit of darkness in this ep. It's not all fun and frivolity. Very nice. Loved the line 'You good dog.' towards the end. Such affection. I get a real feeling of David Tennant just giving off this vibe that he can't quite believe his good fortune and the position he's in.
I'm also crazy for Tony Head - he was so fantastic as the villain. And yet in Confidential afterwards, there he was, as adorable as ever. Amazing what slicking back his hair does for the character - creepy, creepy, creepy!
Timeladyshayde, what do you think of the new series so far?
For those who haven't heard, apparently, "Doctor Who" is to be dropped by the BBC after the end of season 4 of the new series. I was at work and it was on the news so I didn't get all the details, but I think the reason given was falling ratings in the current series.
I've not really watched any it (except the lovely Werewolf ep, the dead child two-parter and a few others of the Chris Eccleston eps), not being a fan, so I don't know is this is merciful or disappointing. What do you fans out there reckon to the news? 'Lissa.
Okay, this coming from a confirmed non-Dr. Who fan, I was actually pretty impressed with the premise in this weeks episode - well, I saw the last half, but I was in equal parts scared and intrigued.
Can anyone tell me the full tale of the creatures, please? Angels which are statues when a living creature is looking at them but are deadly and capable of moving at great speeds when unwatched....what an inventive and unnerving notion. 'Lissa.