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2013-03-30 01:40:50 PM  
Hmmmm.. I wonder if it'll be THE 10th Doctor or his half human clone.
 
2013-03-30 02:51:29 PM  
meh,
 
2013-03-30 03:17:43 PM  
I'm wondering who Hurt plays...

And will the classic Doctors show up?

This I will not forgive, if Moffat misses this.  it's the tradition of the Thee Doctors, the Five doctors!
 
2013-03-30 03:20:54 PM  
I wonder if Eccleston will be too busy filming Voltron and Glo Worm vs. Silverhawks and Teddy Ruxpin to be involved?
 
2013-03-30 03:55:18 PM  

Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.


Probably that. It's easier to get away with.
 
2013-03-30 03:55:27 PM  

Pawn takes the King: Hmmmm.. I wonder if it'll be THE 10th Doctor or his half human clone.


Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand you just leaked the BBC's secret twist.
 
2013-03-30 04:06:24 PM  
I would pay good money to drink Billie Piper's bathwater.

That is all.
 
2013-03-30 04:06:59 PM  
Hey Whoovian fanbois - Billie Piper is not, and never has been, hot.
 
2013-03-30 04:07:48 PM  

angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.


Far less enjoyable. It should be from the middle of the Tennant/Piper run at some point (so, S2). If they just  have to wedge Rose back in, that's the most palatable way to do it. Otherwise, you have to have universe-jumping shennanigans.
 
2013-03-30 04:07:49 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: This I will not forgive, if Moffat misses this.


He's already said he wants to bring back as many living actors (and possibly dead ones through special effects) as he can get. 7 and 4 have reportedly expressed interest (in fact McCoy's the first one to bring up the subject of a multi-Doctor anniversary special), Peter Davison's already been in a Children in Need thing so I'm sure he'd be on board and I don't think Colin Baker's doing anything at the moment. There's a good chance that we'll see the return of McGann (I suspect that by the time everything's done, even Eccleston will say "fark it" and show up for a one-off)
 
2013-03-30 04:09:59 PM  
No matter how many times they seal her off in an alternate dimension forever she just keeps popping back up.
 
2013-03-30 04:11:36 PM  
FANTASTIC!
 
2013-03-30 04:17:42 PM  

Snapper Carr: Darth_Lukecash: This I will not forgive, if Moffat misses this.

He's already said he wants to bring back as many living actors (and possibly dead ones through special effects) as he can get. 7 and 4 have reportedly expressed interest (in fact McCoy's the first one to bring up the subject of a multi-Doctor anniversary special), Peter Davison's already been in a Children in Need thing so I'm sure he'd be on board and I don't think Colin Baker's doing anything at the moment. There's a good chance that we'll see the return of McGann (I suspect that by the time everything's done, even Eccleston will say "fark it" and show up for a one-off)


I just want Ecclestan and McGann to be confirmed for this.  I've always been a bit disappointed we only got one series with the ninth Doctor.  And even though the eighth Doctor is technically in continuity since he's shown up in a few images on screen, it would be nice to actually have him appear in the series proper.

I wouldn't mind the anniversary special dealing with the Time War in some way.  Actually, I wouldn't mind them doing away with it entirely.  They've already brought back the Daleks numerous times since they've been defeated.  How about they just allow Timelords to exist again on a permanent basis?
 
2013-03-30 04:20:05 PM  
I liked Rose when she was on the show, but of 10's companions, I'd rather see Martha.  Now, Martha wasn't my favorite, but Rose's story arc was completed when she was left with the meta-crisis 10th Doctor in Pete's universe.  Donna's story line was also completed with her getting married and getting that winning lottery ticket.  Martha's storyline seems to be incomplete as we last saw her with Mickey in a shoot out with a Sontarran.  Bring back Martha and Mickey.

I also want to see 9 return, 8 return with either Charlie Pallard or Lucy Miller (they were both awesome companions, and both at some point to the 8th Doctor to go to hell and left the TARDIS), 7 and Ace return (with Ace being the harded veteran that she is in the audio plays), 6 and Charlie Pallard (when she told the 8th Doctor to fark off, she ended up lost in the future on an Earth that couldn't support life, during the time of the space whale in the episode "The Beast Below", and the 6th Doctor picked her up and later left and wiped his memories, but before that the 6th Doctor knew there was something odd about her), Five and Nyssa (audio plays explain that she returns to travel with the 5th Doctor after she left him, got married and had a daughter), 4 and Ramona (Audio plays explain that Ramona, Leela and two other Time Lords are lost on another Gallifrey on an aborted timeline accessed via the axis in the Gallifrey audio play series).

But, given time travel, they could pick up meet each other at any given point.  They could even get creative and say that there are alternate realities where Four didn't fall off the radio telescope and managed to live for several decades, like the First Doctor, and same for 5 through 8, explaining why they look much older.  One of the Gallifrey audio plays has Ramona and company going to an alternate timeline where the 6th Doctor was still around (this was recorded in either 2010 or 2011, I'm not sure), living on Gallifrey and known as Lord Burner (not his name, but his title.  Burner is a government assassin who is only a rumored ceremonial position known only to certain members of the Gallifreyian government, not even Lord High President is away of the Lord Burner.  It was also hinted that the Doctor stole the TARDIS and left Gallifrey because he learned that the Lord Burner had a burn order on him.  But, with audio plays, cannon is up for debate.  I like to think that any audio play not contradicted by television is cannon.  So the 8th Doctor did go to a timeless universe for a time, met up with Rassilon and escaped while Rassilon was trapped at the an evolution experiment conducted by the Divergence).

I'm fearing that the special will not live up to what I want.
 
2013-03-30 04:22:11 PM  

FrancoFile: Hey Whoovian fanbois - Billie Piper is not, and never has been, hot.


Look, all you had to do was ask for hot Billie Piper pics, no need for all this reverse psychology bullshiat.

journalstone.com
liberalvaluesblog.com
billiepiper.fansiter.com

/Grew to hate her character that would not go away, but doesn't mean she isn't hot.
 
2013-03-30 04:25:51 PM  
I fink Rose is best watched on mute.
 
2013-03-30 04:27:49 PM  

FirstNationalBastard: I wonder if Eccleston will be too busy filming Voltron and Glo Worm vs. Silverhawks and Teddy Ruxpin to be involved?


To be fair, he did land a role in Thor 2. It's not Shakespeare, but it is pretty high profile post-Avengers.
 
2013-03-30 04:29:08 PM  

angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.


I don't think they would be that snarky...
 
2013-03-30 04:32:03 PM  

Great Janitor: I'm fearing that the special will not live up to what I want


I just want them to bring back Susan. The Doctor promised her he'd return to her some day; I'd like to see that.
 
2013-03-30 04:36:43 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: I'm wondering who Hurt plays...

And will the classic Doctors show up?

This I will not forgive, if Moffat misses this.  it's the tradition of the Thee Doctors, the Five doctors!


Dimensions in Time. I'm not sure if I want to see something like that again.

I don't think you can easily tell a multi-Doctor story involving all eleven directly without it becoming a hot mess. I'd say focus on 8-11 and make references to the older Docs. Only Davidson and McCoy would work of the living classic actors, since the Bakers are too old and fat respectively, and I'm not even sure if McCoy is available due to The Hobbit movies right now.
 
2013-03-30 04:44:03 PM  

Mad_Radhu: 'm not even sure if McCoy is available due to The Hobbit movies right now.


Didn't PJ film those all at once? I know he does a lot of pickups for the DVD's but those area typically 1 or 2 day shoots (also PJ has expressed interest in doing an episode - taking a potential cast member of the 50th won't endear him to the producers).
 
2013-03-30 04:47:42 PM  
I'm also disappointed that they brought back the chav and the stupid Doctor/Rose relationship. Donna would have been much better, since Tate is free from being on The Office. It would have been a good way to fix the terrible ending they have her character, plus Tennant/Tate are awesome together (like in Much Ado About Nothing).

Say what you want about River, but she actually makes sense for the Doctor. With Rose, it is weird and creepy since she isn't practically a Time Lady like River. Of course, what would really be fun for a relationship after River is done would be a romance with a Rani who came out not evil after the Time War/regeneration, but still has trouble doing the right thing. You'd have to be careful to not make her too similar to River, but it could be awesome if done right.
 
2013-03-30 04:48:55 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: Great Janitor: I'm fearing that the special will not live up to what I want

I just want them to bring back Susan. The Doctor promised her he'd return to her some day; I'd like to see that.


In the 8th Doctor audio adventures he did visit her again.  Lucy Miller and he weren't together (forget why, I think he just dropped her off at home and moved on) so he visited Susan, found that she was a widow and that her son Alex (voiced by Paul McGann's teenaged son) was a teenager.  She never explained how she was able to reproduce, given that as a Gallifreyian she shouldn't have the ability.  Alex didn't take kindly to the idea that he was half timelord or that his great-grandfather looked younger than his mother.  They reunited later on for a Christmas episode.  After pissing off Lucy for lying to her, the 8th Doctor invited her back to the TARDIS for one Christmas dinner and invited Susan and Alex as well.  He wanted to give Alex a TARDIS key and let him know that it was his inheritance.  Susan and Alex left the TARDIS after dinner, Lucy went with.  They reunited one last time in the audio play "To the Death..." where (spoiler alert) the Daleks used the Meddling Monk to cause a plague on Earth, Lucy was infected with one of the viruses (she had to use calipers on her legs in order to walk and lost sight in one eye).  It was also hinted at a possible romance between Lucy and Alex.  The Doctor found out, but the Monk did something to delay the Doctor's arrival.  The Daleks conquered the Earth again and were going to put a warp engine in the Earth and put the worst possible viruses on the Earth and use it was a plague ship, warp it to an enemy planet and let the viruses infect those on the other planet and warp the Earth away to another rival planet.  The Monk's companion Tamsen Drew was killed by the Daleks for being surplus to the plan.  Susan, Alex and Lucy stole a Dalek ship to save the Doctor, who was taken prisoner by the Daleks, ship was captured, Alex released it, but was shot and killed by the Daleks, and Lucy suicide rammed the Time Warp engine, killing the Daleks and herself inside the Dalek ship, and the Monk rescued the Doctor and Susan from the explosion by materializing his TARDIS around them.  He confessed and the Doctor told him to leave and that if he were seeking atonement for his crimes by confessing them, the Doctor wasn't going to grant it.  He then told Susan about the time during The Cavemen when he picked up a stone and was tempted to kill one of the cavemen for slowing them down.  He asked Susan to go with him because he was afraid of what he might do next.  He mentioned that he might go back and save Lucy from the explosion, and Susan explained to him that he knows better and knows that the laws of time are there for a reason and that he knows he can't just break them as he sees fit.  It ends with him listening to Lucy's transmission to him via a device that Nyssa created to contact the Doctor, him saying "Someday I'll be back.  Yes, someday I'll be back..."
 
2013-03-30 04:49:15 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: Great Janitor: I'm fearing that the special will not live up to what I want

I just want them to bring back Susan. The Doctor promised her he'd return to her some day; I'd like to see that.




The five doctors the first doctor was reunited with the Susan.
 
2013-03-30 04:49:35 PM  

Snapper Carr: Mad_Radhu: 'm not even sure if McCoy is available due to The Hobbit movies right now.

Didn't PJ film those all at once? I know he does a lot of pickups for the DVD's but those area typically 1 or 2 day shoots (also PJ has expressed interest in doing an episode - taking a potential cast member of the 50th won't endear him to the producers).


Yeah, all his footage may already be in the can, so it probably isn't an issue now that I think of it.
 
2013-03-30 04:58:05 PM  

Mad_Radhu: Darth_Lukecash: I'm wondering who Hurt plays...

And will the classic Doctors show up?

This I will not forgive, if Moffat misses this.  it's the tradition of the Thee Doctors, the Five doctors!

Dimensions in Time. I'm not sure if I want to see something like that again.

I don't think you can easily tell a multi-Doctor story involving all eleven directly without it becoming a hot mess. I'd say focus on 8-11 and make references to the older Docs. Only Davidson and McCoy would work of the living classic actors, since the Bakers are too old and fat respectively, and I'm not even sure if McCoy is available due to The Hobbit movies right now.




The Bakers are not too old, they've explained that when the doctors incarnations get together, the timely whimey effects are the older Doctors look older.

As for Dimensions in Time-I'm told science it was done for charity- it will never be seen again...
 
2013-03-30 05:04:35 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: Mad_Radhu: Darth_Lukecash: I'm wondering who Hurt plays...

And will the classic Doctors show up?

This I will not forgive, if Moffat misses this.  it's the tradition of the Thee Doctors, the Five doctors!

Dimensions in Time. I'm not sure if I want to see something like that again.

I don't think you can easily tell a multi-Doctor story involving all eleven directly without it becoming a hot mess. I'd say focus on 8-11 and make references to the older Docs. Only Davidson and McCoy would work of the living classic actors, since the Bakers are too old and fat respectively, and I'm not even sure if McCoy is available due to The Hobbit movies right now.



The Bakers are not too old, they've explained that when the doctors incarnations get together, the timely whimey effects are the older Doctors look older.

As for Dimensions in Time-I'm told science it was done for charity- it will never be seen again...


I can sort of see them fitting in Tom by having him pulled out of time in the middle of The Leisure Hive, but Colin just looks like a hot mess now and I don't think any amount of timey wimey explanations are going to make him work.

That said, I do want to see some flashbacks to McGann and the Time War some time.
 
2013-03-30 05:15:54 PM  
Mad_Radhu: [...]  but Colin just looks like a hot mess now and I don't think any amount of timey wimey explanations are going to make him work.

He lost a good bit of weight during his bit on I'm a Celebrity. Might be the only positive thing reality TV has ever done in its existence. He's not too far off of his last season. A nice carrot juice cleanse should do the trick.
 
2013-03-30 05:20:55 PM  

chascarrillo: Mad_Radhu: [...]  but Colin just looks like a hot mess now and I don't think any amount of timey wimey explanations are going to make him work.

He lost a good bit of weight during his bit on I'm a Celebrity. Might be the only positive thing reality TV has ever done in its existence. He's not too far off of his last season. A nice carrot juice cleanse should do the trick.


carrot juice carrot juice carrot juice...
 
2013-03-30 05:22:01 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.

I don't think they would be that snarky...


It's not really snarky. Dimension hopping is easier to justify then some kind of self-timeline-crossing thing.

Bonus is that the Doctor doesn't have to worry about accidentally changing history by telling himself anything.
 
2013-03-30 05:24:00 PM  

t3knomanser: angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.

Far less enjoyable. It should be from the middle of the Tennant/Piper run at some point (so, S2). If they just  have to wedge Rose back in, that's the most palatable way to do it. Otherwise, you have to have universe-jumping shennanigans.


Multiverse-ending scenarios are really the only way you're going to be able to justify multiple Doctors at once.
 
2013-03-30 05:30:58 PM  
I expected Rose and 10 would show up I'm still holding out hope for McGann and Ecclestone.

I'll take any Classic Docs regardless of age.

/Put me down as one of those who came to dislike Rose's character ultimately but who would like an opportunity to disappoint her most vigorously for a whole two minutes.
//And by "disappoint" I mean "penis".
 
2013-03-30 05:52:27 PM  

angrymacface: t3knomanser: angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.

Far less enjoyable. It should be from the middle of the Tennant/Piper run at some point (so, S2). If they just  have to wedge Rose back in, that's the most palatable way to do it. Otherwise, you have to have universe-jumping shennanigans.

Multiverse-ending scenarios are really the only way you're going to be able to justify multiple Doctors at once.


There have been a number of multiple Doctors audio plays out there.  In one the 8th Doctor knew his counter parts were there (I think they were on a space station or something) and he had to remember what he said then because he had been there as the 5th, 6th and 7th Doctor and as 8, he just had to remember what he said over the intercom and when.  So a special where his other selves don't actually meet, but 11 remembers everything and has to remember his part would make total sense.

One that I liked for being competely different was the 6th Doctor was poisoned and had to find the cure by back tracking (thin plot device to have the over all story) and his companion, Evelynn Smythe commented how they had encountered not yet seen any incarnations of the Doctor before 5 and the Doctor saying "Must be a coincidence I'm sure.".
 
2013-03-30 06:02:55 PM  

Great Janitor: angrymacface: t3knomanser: angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.

Far less enjoyable. It should be from the middle of the Tennant/Piper run at some point (so, S2). If they just  have to wedge Rose back in, that's the most palatable way to do it. Otherwise, you have to have universe-jumping shennanigans.

Multiverse-ending scenarios are really the only way you're going to be able to justify multiple Doctors at once.

There have been a number of multiple Doctors audio plays out there.  In one the 8th Doctor knew his counter parts were there (I think they were on a space station or something) and he had to remember what he said then because he had been there as the 5th, 6th and 7th Doctor and as 8, he just had to remember what he said over the intercom and when.  So a special where his other selves don't actually meet, but 11 remembers everything and has to remember his part would make total sense.

One that I liked for being competely different was the 6th Doctor was poisoned and had to find the cure by back tracking (thin plot device to have the over all story) and his companion, Evelynn Smythe commented how they had encountered not yet seen any incarnations of the Doctor before 5 and the Doctor saying "Must be a coincidence I'm sure.".


Let me correct myself:  Multiverse-ending scenarios are really the only way you're going to be able to justify multiple Doctors at once in televised Who, which is the only one that actually counts.
 
2013-03-30 06:12:19 PM  

Darth_Lukecash: I'm wondering who Hurt plays...


Typically sci-fi gigs for Hurt don't end well...
 
2013-03-30 06:12:20 PM  

angrymacface: Great Janitor: angrymacface: t3knomanser: angrymacface: Pawn takes the King: his half human clone.

Probably that. It's easier to get away with.

Far less enjoyable. It should be from the middle of the Tennant/Piper run at some point (so, S2). If they just  have to wedge Rose back in, that's the most palatable way to do it. Otherwise, you have to have universe-jumping shennanigans.

Multiverse-ending scenarios are really the only way you're going to be able to justify multiple Doctors at once.

There have been a number of multiple Doctors audio plays out there.  In one the 8th Doctor knew his counter parts were there (I think they were on a space station or something) and he had to remember what he said then because he had been there as the 5th, 6th and 7th Doctor and as 8, he just had to remember what he said over the intercom and when.  So a special where his other selves don't actually meet, but 11 remembers everything and has to remember his part would make total sense.

One that I liked for being competely different was the 6th Doctor was poisoned and had to find the cure by back tracking (thin plot device to have the over all story) and his companion, Evelynn Smythe commented how they had encountered not yet seen any incarnations of the Doctor before 5 and the Doctor saying "Must be a coincidence I'm sure.".

Let me correct myself:  Multiverse-ending scenarios are really the only way you're going to be able to justify multiple Doctors at once in televised Who, which is the only one that actually counts.


Sadly, given that audio is the only way you're going to get any good McGann stories, I advocate that the audio plays do count, as long as they don't conflict with the tv show.  Plus, I would like to see something in the show do a wink to the audio play to acknowledge.  The original actors are there doing the plays (even David Tennant has done several of the plays, but not as 10 as Big Finish doesn't have the rights to New Who), so I would like to see some fan wink or something on the show that hints at the audio plays.  A mention of the Divergence or Ramona avoiding the Time War because she is trapped in an alternate timeline Gallifrey or that she was there and pulled out, along with Braxiatel, by the Time Lords to fight in the Time War.  A mention of companions who were audio only like C'rizz, Charlie, Thomas Brewster, Hex, Iris Wildthyme...
 
2013-03-30 06:33:21 PM  

Great Janitor: Plus, I would like to see something in the show do a wink to the audio play to acknowledge.  The original actors are there doing the plays (even David Tennant has done several of the plays, but not as 10 as Big Finish doesn't have the rights to New Who), so I would like to see some fan wink or something on the show that hints at the audio plays.


BBC doesn't own the rights to any of the the Big Finish audio characters that weren't already theirs, so they'd have to pay royalties to use any characters and situations therein. I really don't see them doing that.
 
2013-03-30 06:36:01 PM  

fusillade762: Darth_Lukecash: I'm wondering who Hurt plays...

Typically sci-fi gigs for Hurt don't end well...


"Oh no, not again!"
 
2013-03-30 07:45:53 PM  
CGI the bunch of them.

And you know, eventually someone will make a porn parody version of this episode, with a big Doctors & companions gangbang at the end.
 
2013-03-30 07:58:39 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: Great Janitor: I'm fearing that the special will not live up to what I want

I just want them to bring back Susan. The Doctor promised her he'd return to her some day; I'd like to see that.


I just want him to give her her shoe back.  I mean, seriously, he ditched her in a post apocalyptic wasteland with one shoe.
 
2013-03-30 07:59:35 PM  

Great Janitor: In the 8th Doctor audio adventures he did visit her again.


Ahh, that doesn't count :). I know it's canon and all (I think) but any time someone says, "Oh, in order to get the most out of X, you need to also do Y" I get annoyed. I watch the TV show, so I expect the TV show to support itself without the need of radio, comic books, novels, etc.

Darth_Lukecash: The five doctors the first doctor was reunited with the Susan.


Did he? Don't recall that, but I suppose you're right. Hardly qualifies as him fulfilling his promise, mind you.... :)
 
2013-03-30 08:14:13 PM  
Since the reboot seems to have legs for a long run, cross-doctor interactions should become a standard thing:
- Write some generic scripts that involve a future doctor and/or his companions going back in time to help with a past doctor with a problem.
- Film them on green screen and store them.
- Insert the footage into future episodes.

Time travel via video...
 
2013-03-30 08:18:11 PM  
Just finished watching the new episode. Good stuff. I'm really liking the new companion so far. Could be a lot of fun.

/also enjoyed the Amy Pond easter egg.
 
2013-03-30 08:39:25 PM  
What about Karen Gillan?
 
2013-03-30 09:28:37 PM  

My Doctor,
one more time

He's like fire and ice and rage.
img.fark.net


He's like the night
news.bbc.co.uk


...and the storm in the heart of the sun.
reprog.files.wordpress.com


He's ancient and forever.
constantinflux.files.wordpress.com


He burns at the centre of time
img.fark.net
and can see the turn of the universe.


/Haters gonna hate
//No one captured the conflict and duality of an eternal, terrible and benevolent god quite like Tennant did.
///Smith is an ok Doc, Oswin will be better.
 
2013-03-30 09:34:16 PM  

MurphyMurphy: My Doctor,
one more time

He's like fire and ice and rage.
[img.fark.net image 500x288]


He's like the night
[news.bbc.co.uk image 512x288]


...and the storm in the heart of the sun.
[reprog.files.wordpress.com image 500x288]


He's ancient and forever.
[constantinflux.files.wordpress.com image 500x288]


He burns at the centre of time
[img.fark.net image 500x288]
and can see the turn of the universe.


/Haters gonna hate
//No one captured the conflict and duality of an eternal, terrible and benevolent god quite like Tennant did.
///Smith is an ok Doc, Oswin will be better.


Actually I always thought Eccleston did that better. Don't get me wrong, when the writing was good Tennant was awesome, but it's like the writers were working against his character.
 
2013-03-30 09:39:10 PM  

MurphyMurphy: My Doctor,
one more time

He's like fire and ice and rage.
[img.fark.net image 500x288]


He's like the night
[news.bbc.co.uk image 512x288]


...and the storm in the heart of the sun.
[reprog.files.wordpress.com image 500x288]


He's ancient and forever.
[constantinflux.files.wordpress.com image 500x288]


He burns at the centre of time
[img.fark.net image 500x288]
and can see the turn of the universe.
.


And the teeth of a Scot

www.iansmith.co.uk


/I liked Tennant (last episode aside) but his teeth acting got really really distracting.
 
2013-03-30 09:55:36 PM  

NeoCortex42: Just finished watching the new episode. Good stuff. I'm really liking the new companion so far. Could be a lot of fun.

/also enjoyed the Amy Pond easter egg.


?
 
2013-03-30 10:08:30 PM  

ArcadianRefugee: NeoCortex42: Just finished watching the new episode. Good stuff. I'm really liking the new companion so far. Could be a lot of fun.

/also enjoyed the Amy Pond easter egg.

?


The book was written by Amelia Williams.
 
2013-03-30 10:13:02 PM  

sirbissel: The book was written by Amelia Williams.


The cool part was the bit about how chapter 11 is better than chapter 10.
 
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