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For those who've seen it, are the Sarah Jane Chronicles worth watching? That little metal dog... C'mon. Really?
that homer wasn't gonna get caught by anyone
I mostly agree...except that "The Girl in the Fireplace" is also one of my top 10 all-time Doctor Who episodes. They have re-used most of the key elements too many times since then, which has dulled the edge a bit. But it really is a stunning episode.
On that play, Jon Jay:
--turned the wrong way on the ball hit over his head
--got too close to the wall so that the carom shot past him back toward the infield
--once he caught up to the ball, he overthrew the cutoff man
Okay, so I watched my first Doctor Who episode ever this weekend and....I don't get the cult following. Its the Christopher Eccleston series, so I don't know how well regarded that one is, but I just found it to be campy, with low budget special effects and a silly (and pretty boring) plot. If I'm trying to get into it, is there a version that is a good one to start with? Because the plot of plastic mannequins coming to get you seemed ridiculously stupid.
And Kozma looks kinda like Drew barrymore.
Second that. Top ten might be stretching it...I would have to think but it's a pretty good episode and the clockwork men are one of my favorite new creations.
Which Doctor Who episode is the one with the "weeping angel" statues? The one that really only has the Doctor and his sidekick as peripheral characters, and stars some girl who I recognize from other stuff? This ringing a bell?
Anyway, that's one of the very few Doctor Who episodes I've ever seen but holy sh*t is it fantastic. Legitimately scary, too.
I really hate that the Red Sox are doing so well in the early going. Even the A's can't stop them right now.
It's called blink and is a great episode. One of the best time paradox/ travel episodes ever produced for tv. Drawback is that it's not really a great introduction to Doctor Who since it doesn't really feature the Doctor. They try to do one episode a season that showcases non-primary characters and put the main cast in the background.
If the playoffs began today the Red Sox, Royals, and Rockies would all win their division.
great acting (who is that girl again? I know she's gone onto other things)
And it's an absolutely superb, honest-to-goodness frightening piece of television. Fantastic plotting, great acting (who is that girl again? I know she's gone onto other things), and extremely memorable 'villains'.
Sally Sparrow was played by Carey Mulligan... who is now a Oscar-nominated actress who will be in that Great Gatsby movie that I'm already getting sick of seeing the commercials for.
I don't recognize anything other than Doctor Who. It is a great piece for introducing you to the universe.
Having trouble parsing this. What do you mean, exactly?
Haren? More like Has-Been.
Rum for Jobu.
If clutch exists, yadi has figured out the proper sacrifices needed to receive it's gifts.
Oh, and Simon Pegg too... but I think by then he'd already gotten a cult following. And apparently basically everyone in England wants to be on Doctor Who to impress their children or grandchildren.
Piniella and the whatsisname blaming the WBC for Rodney's ER total so far this year. "No doubt".
I think the problem with the Cardinals is that they have a player with two last names and two players with only first names.
Shelby Miller. That's two surnames together right there.
It's kind of weird watching "Arrow", with John Barrowman and Alex Kingston showing up on a relatively regular basis. I keep wondering if Tennant will show up as the Clock King or some other C-List Batman villain.
Felix has 5 Ks through two innings. He's already lost the perfect game or no-hitter, but 20 Ks is still very much in reach.
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