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Found a Christian review of the new Doctor Who…

about episode that aired this weekend. Stop reading if you haven’t watched it yet. Guest star Daniel Mays is believable as a working-class, straightforward, yet caring father. In particular, in the moving denouement, where he reassures George: “I’m your father, … Continue reading

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Did Doctor Who get younger because people don’t trust old people anymore?

I don’t know why this came to mind today, but I’m wondering. The first Doctor, William Hartnell, was not a young man. The character was a grandfather who dragged his own granddaughter and her teachers on these wild adventures. He … Continue reading

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A time for hilarity, a time for thoughtfulness

Questionable Content is a funny one today. Well, they’re nearly always funny, but this one struck me as particularly cute this morning. Marten’s roommate, Faye, thinks it’s scornworthy that a grown man would cry at a cartoon but Marten lists … Continue reading

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I finally started watching Doctor Who

It’s only because there’s so much TV on DVD these days, I’m only getting around to it now, okay? Seriously. I was watching the 2005 season, with Christopher Eccleston as the Doctor. It took a few episodes to get into … Continue reading

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