Discussion in 'Doctor Who' started by Neroon, Apr 27, 2011.
It's best to do it like a band-aid and just rip it off real quick.
I wonder if she's bigger on the inside.
You mean is there room for you and a companion?
I saw a girl wearing a TARDIS dress at the 2010 Phoenix ComicCon. She could open the doors on the front, exposing a picture of the Season 5 TARDIS interior. She topped it off with a dark blue bowler hat with a light on the top.
I find this video charming:
Karen Gillan is a bit rubbish but that may be because she's not really trying. She may just not be a great reader. (Most people aren't.)
Matt Smith is almost pulling it off but is coming off a bit too much like a movie gangster from the 1930s.
Arthur Darvill knocks it out of the park. He could definately have a viable American film career. He also looks very American. (Gillan looks American enough but probably wouldn't be as sexy without the accent. Smith doesn't look American at all. But then, I'm not sure he really looks like anything except the Doctor.)
Somehow, even the obnoxious, lisping gay stereotype seems almost masculine & respectable when John Barrowman is doing it.
*puts on rainbow gay rights button* we need more of that type of gay man on TV, rather than the pathetically camp gay guy you see in comedy alot. Barrowman is almost daring how he comes across as a man who is gay, rather than the generic gay man.
*takes rainbow gay rights button*
One should be careful not to turn that view into a femme-phobic attitude, though. Our non-gender-typically behaving brothers and sisters and whatever-else-they-want-to-be's deserve love and respect and representation just like anyone else, and don't forget that it was the butch lesbians and the drag queens who first fought back. We shouldn't marginalise them in an attempt to appeal to the heteros.
*tips purple velour hat*
fair enough, I just think that TV should reflect the greater variety of gay people, than it does, and it too often focus's on the overly camp gays, which draws a fine line between acceptance, and mocking them.
John Barrowman's gay?
Yup, he danced
*steals purple velour hat when lv isn't looking!*
Ah, shiny .... mine now!
've finally got round to a parody of the last episode
The marriage of River Song
I liked the tweet reading.
Actually, as a parody, that's a pretty effective synopsis of the episode.
All 11 Doctors mashed up as Dr. Seuss characters
Someone already beat ya to it.
just found this
you could make that poster out of any sexy ..... outfit.
ha ha I like it!
Could it be that this has only now been made public? Thanks, IO9!
I think that was one of the best things I have ever seen!
That and the Ballard of Russell and Julie (starring Catherine Tate, David Tennant, and John Barrowman) are just simply awesome.
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