But here’s the thing. Never mind us blundering fools, check out the fans. Two hundred and ten of them, with the top-secret episode within their grasp – and because we asked nicely, they didn’t breathe a word. Not one. Even Doctor Who websites have been closing their comments sections, just in case anyone blurts. I’m gobsmacked. I’m impressed. Actually, I’m humbled. And we are all very grateful.
[Bob] Baker revealed on the DVD commentary for Nightmare of Eden that he contacted Russell T Davies about the possibility of writing for the 2005 revival of Doctor Who but was told in no uncertain terms that writers from the original series were not wanted.
[he] was told in no uncertain terms that writers from the original series were not wanted.
Next time someone claims RTD was a fan of the Classic series. Just use this quote.
Reminds me of that time he told a Classic Who fan to “fuck off” at a convention for politely bringing up an inconsistency.
What an immense twat.
No wonder he the comics blew him off when he came to them with a proposal about writing an Anniversary year comic. It was karma in action.
I was in the grocery store yesterday, and glanced at a magazine cover, and thought, Oh it’s Ellen Degeneres.
I glanced at it later and realized that it was One Direction.
david karp has sold us like the white people sold the slaves
Slavery has left repercussions that still affect People of Color in our society today.
Can we not make this analogy?
It’s funny. It’s a joke.
Well, I laughed.