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Wednesday, May 10, 2006
WHO in France, a new iPOD & Nice Weather!
Wow, another great episode of DR WHO, it was called THE GIRL IN THE FIREPLACE. Set in France and space, Stephen Moffat did an excellent job on that one with some nods to his last stories, THE EMPTY CHILD and THE DOCTOR DANCES (bananas, mother, dancing). All in all another emotional story which will undoubtedly upset all the virgin geeks out there. It was simple enough for girls to understand too.


The Doc & some French chick, yesterday

Of course, there was some good stuff for the geeks like me, I mean, interent weirdos. There was a spaceship, a time paradox
and creepy clockwork robots. They were awesome! At the end, there was a tantalising glimpse of the next episode which has the CYBERMEN in it. Schleek!


A Clockwork Robot, yesterday


Still on WHO, the show won 2 BAFTAs at the weekend and writer Russell T. Davies also got one. Click HERE for the story. The RADIO TIMES is hotting up for the return of the aformentioned villians with this cover issue:


This robot ain't clockwork, but it's still yesterday


I got my new iPod at the end of last week, it's a 60GB white job. Man it is sweet! Videos and a'hin. Been watching STRONGBAD on it. Ace.

Also, the weather is too nice for words. It's been like this for about a week.


Why wouldn't the skeleton jump off the cliff?
Because it had no guts.


Snarf

Til the next time
C
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