"Blink" is one of those stories that make you look at the real world in a whole new way. I'm glad I live in a city that's fairly new (only 100 years old), so we don't have a lot of gargoyles around on our civic buildings and cemeteries! I found a fanfic that reimagines this story in a much better way. It uses Rose instead of Martha and follows the story of how the Doctor and Rose cope with having to live in 1969 London with no money, they have to get jobs (well, Rose does), and what a challenge it is to blend in with "normal" people. It's quite a good story, and brings back some old favorite Who characters from the 1960s as well. I absolutely cannot stand the modern portrayals of the Master. When you get to The Keeper of Traken-Logopolis-Castrovalva trilogy in your Tom Baker-watching (and Peter Davison), you'll see why Anthony Ainley was so good in the role - he's equally adept at playing good guys and evil nasty ones. He's the last decent Master there ever was - suave, charming, and thoroughly, delightfully evil. As far as I'm concerned, the movie version of the Master utterly ruined the character.