Wednesday, November 15, 2017

"He Burns At The Centre Of Time & Can See The Turn Of The Universe": Doctor Who In A Word (Parts One Hundred & Fifty Seven To Two Hundred & Three)

Between now and ... whenever yer actual Keith Telly Topping finishes this malarkey, dear blog reader, this blogger is undertaking the (probably) once-in-a-lifetime task of reviewing every Doctor Who story - all two hundred and seventy five (ish) of them. You might have noticed. And, for God only knows what reason, he decided to do so using just one appropriate adjective for each. Or one verb if he can't think of an adjective. Or, one noun if he can't think of a verb. Well ... it seemed like a good idea at the time. The first two parts of this marathon task - which, if you haven't seen 'em already, you can check out here and here - appear to have gone down pretty well. So, let's see what the Twenty First Century brings ...
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So, with yer actual Smudger and co their very selves safely ensconced in the TARDIS, thus concludes part three of Doctor Who: In A Word. Join From The North again - if you're a masochist - for the final slice of this long-winded saga. The next batch will include the words 'tank', 'prestidigitation', 'impressionistic', 'trousers', 'anthropomorphism', 'banana', 'snot', 'Yorkshire', 'chalk', and 'loop'. And 'unnecessary'.