BBC America to re-air Doctor Who Let’s Kill Hitler and Best of the Companions Special for those who may have missed it because of Hurricane Irene.
Because the hurricane knocked out power to a lot of places on the east coast this weekend, BBC America will run a special encore of both Doctor Who “Let’s Kill Hitler” and “Best of the Companions” Tuesday evening starting at midnight/11pm central.
Hopefully you and your family and friends are safe. If you’re still without power, you probably aren’t reading this as we post this, so we’ll be sure to reblog ourselves a couple of times over the next day or two. If by Tuesday you are in a place and state to want to watch these two episodes, we hope that you are able to enjoy them as much as the rest of us have.
Be safe and be well and here’s to wishing this storm has a happy ending.
Series 6 Hidden Messages - Forth Dimension
Ep1: All The Secrets You Seek Are Here On The Webb.
Ep2: I mean I glimpsed him and the gods, help him perhaps you can.
Ep3: To see what I saw click on the spot beyond the doctor’s home planet.
(The last paragraph of the forth dimension on episode 3 has the last word of gallifrey and there is a full stop after it which links you to this!)
Ep4: Message Interupted
SERIES 6 HIDDEN MESSAGES - FOURTH DIMENSION - CONTINUED 27/8/11
Ep8: When reason slept, When mothers wept, When soldiers crept, The monsters came.
We should take Hitler…
We’re getting a ton of asks from people who lost power during the storm wanting to know where they can see Let’s Kill Hitler online.
The episode is available today on iTunes along with the episode prequel. Subscribers to the “season pass” get access to the animated short as well.
update: Episode 8: Let’s Kill Hitler is also available via Amazon.
(little Hitler in a Closet via hitlerinacloset.tumblr.com)
Break the SILENCE…
and seeing Melody getting yelled at by her parents after she stole a bus and drove it through the botanical gardens.
“You stole a bus.”
“Who steals a bus?”
Amy chastising her daughter for not being a normal person without realizing it. lmao
“Why can’t you just act like a person? Hmm? Like a normal, legal person?”
“I don’t know, maybe I need a Doctor”
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Red herring is an idiomatic expression referring to the rhetorical or literary tactic of diverting attention away from an item of significance. For example, in mystery fiction, where the identity of a criminal is being sought, an innocent party may be purposefully cast in a guilty light by the author through the employment of deceptive clues, false emphasis, ‘loaded’ words or other descriptive tricks of the trade. The reader’s suspicions are thus misdirected, allowing the true culprit to go (temporarily at least) undetected. A false protagonist is another example of a red herring.
No? Just me? OK.