May 22nd, 2010


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So, while it seems that most people are opposed to a concept of a Disney or Dreamworks or Fox-produced feature-length animated film for kids, I wonder if it wouldn't be a bad idea to come up with an animated Doctor Who educational kids show, targeted specifically at the 6-12 age audience, that would belong on the British equivalent of PBS Kids and would be somewhat a blend of Liberty's Kids and Magic School Bus.
The basic idea would be the Doctor taking a couple of kids (maybe stowaways?) on adventures throughout history and space where the kids (and the audience) learn about the places and times they went to, exploring scientific stuff, historical people and events and even other cultures, maybe while having to take care of the stray Zygon or Sontaran, with maybe the bonus of an Aesop at the end. It'd be a return to the classic historical episodes, as well as just a real back to roots idea as Verity and Sydney imagined the show originally to be.
DW: Four is into excitement & adventure

Just wondering ...

Hello, everyone!!

I've been getting back into making icons lately, and I've been looking for some good Who universe icontests and challenges to participate in. I'd even be interested in some more general icontests, but I'd much prefer Whoniverse based comms. So, if you have any recommendations for me, please let me know! I shall be forever grateful.
doctor/master bff rainbow!

Chart of the Tenth Doctor's Sexuality

Episode rewatches do this to me.

It is a frequent debate in fandom (especially during the Tenth Doctor's era) as to what, exactly, the Doctor's sexuality is. He's displayed some tendency towards kissing women, but then there's the whole Master business. And Jack, I mean, really.

So what is it? A Gay Agenda? A Straight Agenda? Is the Doctor really asexual? Why is fandom split on this?

So, to simplify, I've created a handy dandy chart of the Tenth Doctor's episodes and any romantic tendencies therein.

Check It Out Here.
Doctor and Me

Season 5 finale

Today I was thinking about the final episode (don't know anything about it, so no spoilers please), and wishing for a happy ending for once.

In the history of New Who, we haven't yet had a really happy ending.

Season 1: Doctor regenerates
Season 2: Goodbye Rose
Season 3: Doctor looses the Master and Martha leaves
Season 4: Goodbye Rose (again), Doctor wipes Donna's memory and he is left alone
Specials: Doctor regenerates

Just for once, I would like a happy, everyone lives, ending to the season. How about Amy and Rory get married, the Doctor gives her away, and then the final scene is them all in the tardis and the Doctor asks them where they want to go on honeymoon?

Of course, the Christmas special would be the honeymoon gone wrong.