Doctor Who Flux is the umbrella title for the current series of Doctor Who, which is being presented as a single six-part story spanning time and space (including a planet actually called Time).
Doctor Who Fluxx, on the other hand, is a card game produced by Looney Labs, originally in the late 1990’s, in which the rules and the conditions for winning the game change throughout the game, based on the cards that people play.
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Continue reading Doctor Who Fluxx
Doctor Who: Flux continues. Not Doctor Who: Fluxx–that’s a card game, which I think we have in my house somewhere. But the new season of the long-running TV series.
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Continue reading Doctor Who: Flux: Chapter Three: Once, Upon Time
Quite some time ago, I posted a video about the 51 episodes of Doctor Who that I love the most. I’ve always had it in the back of my mind to do a quick analysis of my choices. Today, that idea has gone from the back of my mind to the front of my mind to my fingers to this blogpost and now soon, into your brain. After that, who knows?
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Continue reading Doctor Who: The 51 Episodes I Love the Most – Analysis
The other day I saw a notification on Facebook, which was promoting a Doctor Who-related video. It said something like, “Amy Pond meets herself…,” and right away, I thought I knew which episode the video was referring to.
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Continue reading Doctor Who: Amy Pond meet Amy Pond
A while ago I did a post where I ranked how successful each Doctor Who producer was at farewelling the show’s companions. At the time, I said that the only person whose specific ranking could still feasibly change was Chris Chibnall, as he was still running the show and was likely to still write out one or two companions. But, it turns out I was wrong, but now we hear that Russell T. Davies is returning to helm the program in 2023!
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Continue reading Will Russell T. Davies break all the Doctor Who records?
What have read, watched and done this week? Not a lot it seems!
And yet somehow, I’ve still felt pretty busy. How does that work?
Continue reading Stuff I’ve Read, Watched, Done #24 – November 14, 2021
Recently, as part of my Fifty Films Older Than Me series, I watched Flash Gordon, the original science fiction serial from 1936, starring Buster Crabbe, Jean Rogers, Priscilla Lawson, and Charles B. Middleton, and directed by Frederick Stephani.
Except I didn’t quite watch it. I actually watched the much later television edit, which reduced the story down to about 100 minutes (from an original of close to 400).
Then I discovered that I could watch the whole serial on Youtube. So I’ve been doing that, one episode a day, making short notes about each episode as I go along, especially in comparison to my (quite negative) view of the abridged version of the story.
Continue reading Flash Gordon (1936) – Chapters 11-13 [50 Films Older Than Me #11d]
Doctor Who – All The Years is a quick examination of what was happening in the world of Doctor Who over all its years of existence. I’m not attempting to create a thorough history–just brief look back at the real-life timeline of my favorite TV show. Go back to the beginning and read about 1963 here.
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Continue reading Doctor Who – 1987 – All the Years
In an effort to find something quick that can be written as part of Daily Doctor Who, we are continuing with Say Something Nice, where I look back at each of the Doctor Who stories and pull out one or two cool things about it.
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Continue reading Say Something Nice – Doctor Who: The Mind Robber
Sam leaps into Katie McBain, as she is in the hospital dealing with the aftermath of being raped. Katie’s assailant was a popular and well-regarded young man that Katie had been on a date with, Kevin Wentworth. Sam believes he is there to help Katie bring charges against Kevin, something he is able to do after being able to convince the reluctant District Attorney. When Sam failes to leap, he realizes he will have to testify as Katie, something he feels unable to do. Al figures out a way for Katie and Sam to see and hear each other, so that Sam can become a proxy for Katie to testify. When Kevin is exonerated anyway, Sam wonders what he he was actually there to do…until Kevin shows up at night and tries to attack Katie again, and Sam is able to beat him to an inch of his life.
Continue reading Quantum Leap – Raped [4.6]