Respectful Insolence

Doctor Who Geekery

When you don’t have time to write something substantive, what do you do?

Post YouTubes videos, of course!

Sadly, I can almost relate to this one (after all, thanks to BitTorrent, I have now seen all of the episodes from season two of the resurrected series, with David Tennant playing The Doctor):

(Hat tip: Stupid Evil Bastard.)

Comments

  1. #1 unnamed Aspie chick
    July 26, 2006

    If you are anything like that fellow, it’s time to get assessed to see if you have an autism spectrum condition. He’s *really* very much like an “Aspie”…

    Me, I was a huge fan of Star Trek when I was in 5th grade… hmmm… 30 some years ago, though I never did learn Klingon or go to conventions. For a while I was a big Edgar Rice Burroughs fan, too, when I was about 21.

    I don’t know why, I tried to watch Dr. Who when I was thirty something, I didn’t like it.
    I just went geeky on other stuff.

  2. #2 The Ridger
    July 26, 2006

    Ah … my friends in London (whom I’m visiting) are showing me the whole second season. It beats the heat, that’s for sure!

  3. #3 Keith
    July 26, 2006

    Why can’t we see season 2 in the US? Is there a Doctor Who embargo on or something? Must we resort to Bit torrent?

  4. #4 Orac
    July 26, 2006

    If you are anything like that fellow, it’s time to get assessed to see if you have an autism spectrum condition.

    Actually, I meant I was sort of like him in my former fanatacism for Doctor Who. Also, I understood every reference he made to the show.

    Why can’t we see season 2 in the US? Is there a Doctor Who embargo on or something? Must we resort to Bit torrent?

    I’m sure it will make it to the U.S.–one year after it aired, as Season One did on the SciFi channel. I’m just no longer willing to wait that long. Even though I have it from BitTorrent, I did buy the DVDs for Season One. The picture quality is noticeably better, and there are a bunch of amusing extras.

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