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tj and kumail………
Ha, I was excited to see them too.
The one Doctor Who post on my whole dashboard. Thank goodness it wasn’t a spoiler!
The only reason I haven’t seen Deep Breath yet is because tomorrow my husband and I are leaving the kid with his grandma and going to go watch it in a movie theatre. What a treat! I’m super excited.
In celebration of the return of “Doctor Who,” Jill Lepore’s 2013 story on what she calls “the most original science-fiction television series ever made.”
Above: A scene from the first season of “Doctor Who,” in 1963, with William Hartnell as the Doctor, outside the Tardis, his time-and-space ship. Courtesy BBC.
This is what happens when I stop following Doctor Who-based blogs- the only Who on my dashboard is from magazines’ Tumblrs.
Considering I haven’t seen the season premiere yet, and I’m trying to avoid spoilers, that’s a good thing right now.
I call them, alternately, ‘woof marks’ or ‘book m’barks’ but whatever you call them, print and utilize them to note meaningful sections of your favorite medical texts and whaling narratives.
Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)
Jimmy Fallon paying tribute to Robin Williams
We, like all of you were shaken up a bit last night when we learned that genius comedian and actor Robin Williams passed away. He was one in a kind. He was one in a million. He was unbelievable. If you don’t know his stand-up then you should YouTube it right now and watch it. He was amazing. He was funny and he was fast. He would weave in and out of characters and get Shakespearean. It was incredible.”
Jimmy then proceeded to do his best Robin impersonation, and concluded his tribute by standing on his desk and playing out a key scene in Dead Poets Society.
Farley Katz remembers Robin Williams in today’s daily cartoon.
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