Discussion in 'Literature' started by Master_Keralys, Jan 1, 2009.
Palpatine frying someone for photoshopping ugly glasses on his picture, might make a good Robot Chicken episode.
The young Palpatine Robot Chicken sketch was the best thing.
Of which Doctor?
I thought it was brilliant, just to reassure you. Watching it was the first thing I did this morning and it brought a smile to my face everytime I thought about it for the rest of the day.
It was a pointed gag, yes!
It's a cold day, by North Carolina standards anyway. I just put soup in the crock pot and am about to break out the Christmas movies. *something something still November something blasphemy something something* Thanksgiving is late this year, dammit.
I'm adding the Doctor Who Christmas specials to my list this year; it's kind of cool that they run those at the beginning of every season.
I'm not sure what you mean?
Were we not talking about Dr. Who? If not my misstake
oh are you asking which doctor I dislike? Eleven, like I said I hate the series from the fifth season forward.
But you did not specify which series fifth season
oh. the new one I guess? I've never seen any of the old doctor who stuff
There's only one fifth season, and it stars Patrick Troughton.
It's the fifth series which stars Matt Smith.
Hooray for unnecessarily pedantry!
Liar. You liked series 5 plenty until you went back to watch the RTD era.
well... I didn't know any better.
Time to regenerate the Agent Poyo avatar....
It WAS wearing a little thin.
Sorry, I got the line wrong; it should have been "wearing a bit thin."
That was meant to convey a withering look you know, but I'm not John Hurt!
Right, and I'm not Bob Saget.
I'm actually *not* an Ordinator of the Tribunal Temple, nor am I a Dunmer.
I know that this may come as a shock to all of you.
That's all fine, but if jSarek's not a Vulcan than I'm done.
I just happened to watch my second episode of Doctor Who ever, because nothing else was really on. Still not feeling it.
Finally started getting into Mad Men. Four episodes in, and while it definitely feels like a long-haul series, it's obviously something special.
You're over the hump, imo. I had the most trouble with the first two episodes. After that -- though I often fall behind during a season -- I was sold.