As I said in a recent post that was posted in the recent past, I have longed loved cats.
That recent post was all about fictional cats (normal cats, or cats that at least appeared normal) who were played by real cats (that were presumably were normal). This is the follow on–about Fictional Cats that were not played by real cats at all, and in some cases were not even real cats, and did not appear to be so.
Continue reading Fictional Cats that weren’t played by real cats (and who might not even be actual cats at all) [Random Pop Culture Top Fourteen]
Life continues! And that means all the things that make up life continues. The School of Communication that I am helping to lead, the editing of the documentary about Sister Veronica, the editing of the documentary about Mt. Margaret Mission, and of course, as always, my film and television viewing.
Continue reading Stuff I’ve Read, Watched, Done – March 8, 2022
Apropos of nothing, I’ve been looking from time to time at what connections to Doctor Who can be found in other popular TV shows. As I mentioned recently, there is a lot of obvious overlap between the fandoms of Doctor Who and that of Red Dwarf. At least, I assume as much given that they are both British and science fiction TV.
(Daily Doctor Who #148)
Continue reading Red Dwarf–the Doctor Who connections
As I’ve mentioned lately, in November 1993 I took a bus to Chicago and met up with my friend Matt to attend a big convention: Visions ’93. The promotional material declared that it was in celebration of the 30th anniversary of Doctor Who (which debuted in 1963), the 15th anniversary of Blake’s 7 (which started in 1978), the 10th anniversary of Robin of Sherwood (which had premiered in, uh, 1984, actually), and the 6.5th anniversary of Red Dwarf (which had kicked off in early 1988.
(Daily Doctor Who #147)
Continue reading Science Fiction Convention Encounters: Danny John-Jules