Saturday, June 16, 2007

Anyone prepared to guess just how much Sir Derek J had an absolute ball on Who?

Hellfire. I was a little wary at the start, but by the end - WOAH! Exceeding expectations on every scale.

Counting the days till next week and ducking neath the covers of spoiler-land.

I may be light on "blogging" (BWAH!) because its my last week before summer at the office (subject to that new contract coming through and me not being broke by the end of the month due to Human Resource screw-ups) and to avoid spoilers.

See you slightly, but a post-finale write up will come: its a promise!

7 comments:

AnnaWaits said...

WOAH INDEED. Was it even good? It was ridiculous and astonishing, that'll have to do...

see you on the other side!

Rosby said...

BLOODY HELL.

A day later, and I'm still wibbling. Bloody...Simm, with the...everything! All of it!

(Although I was a bit miffed that Jack didn't even *mention* Torchwood.)

Lisa Rullsenberg said...

Like the Doctor doesn't know that jack works for Torchwood...? Still, there was the choice of going to Cardiff for the pit-stop.

But yeah; still STILL really giddy with the whole episode. I think Neil (my partner) thought I was gonna explode with the whole ****SQUEE**** of it all.

Cue long explanations about all the historic references in the ep (not as you need them to enjoy the episode, but if you DO know them: man, it's a fangasm!)

MediumRob said...

I almost had tears in my eye, hearing Ainley and Delgado in voice over. Sniff.

Paul Burgin said...

One of the best, and most memorable.. You just got that slow sickening feeling the Doctor was getting as it slowly dawned on him, that he was not just alone, but who he was alone with...

Lisa Rullsenberg said...

Cloud just couldn't get why I was getting more and more excitable as I watched the episode! The voice-overs were just (to use your words) "Fan. Bloody. Tastic"!!

JoeinVegas said...

Excitement - the new Who season starts up here in the middle of July - so I finally get to see how they dump that bride that popped aboard after Rose left.