DOCTOR WHO PARODY BY THE HILLYWOOD SHOW HAS ARRIVED!
It’s the DOCTOR WHO musical parody you’ve been waiting for! Join The Tenth Doctor, an alien Time Lord who travels through time and space in his TARDIS, in an eye-catching parody that’s out of this universe. People assume that a parody is a strict progression of cause to effect, but actually, from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint, it’s more like a big video of wibbly-wobbly, Time Warp stuff. Like the TARDIS, The Hillywood Show® makes a production that’s bigger on the inside and showcases David Tennant’s beloved Doctor in a memorable way. Allons-y!
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If you haven’t seen it yet, this Doctor Who parody by The Hillywood Show is everything a Whovian could ask for, we’ve watched it at least 20 times already.
Doctor Who Parody by The Hillywood Show®
Meanwhile, on the Doctor Puppet set…
‘THROUGH TIME’ IS FINALLY HERE!!
I feel so proud and lucky to have been a part of this video, thanks again to Not Literally.
by Tumblr user starwburry
via Anglophenia, ‘Doctor Stew’ parody fanvid explains regeneration.
The fine print: Doctor Stew is a fan film based off of Doctor Who and is in no way affiliated with the BBC or the creators of Doctor Who. We’re only doing this for fun, and our love of one of the greatest shows in all of time and space.
Word out of the Gallifrey One Doctor Who convention is that there is going to be a web series of Community's Who-parody showInspector Spacetime. It sounds like it won’t be Donald Glover and Danny Pudi in the starring roles, however. Travis Richey, who plays the Inspector on the show within a show will be producing six episodes. [bessyboo via Charlie Jane]
Edit: Our own Charlie Jane Anders, who was at the panel, adds that there was a dramatic reading of the first webisode, in which the Inspector and Constable Reginald visit the planet New Seventh Earth Two, where they meet the Blogons, vanquish them with the Inspector’s “optic penknife,” and then run into a deserted warehouse where they get trapped. Apparently, later in the episode we’ll get to meet the Inspector’s arch-nemesis. The panel also included a slideshow explaining the long line of actors who played the Inspector: Christopher Lee in the 1960s, Stephen Fry in the 1980s, and Steve Carell in the 1990s TV movie.
Second Edit: Travis Richey, Inspector Spacetime himself, wrote in to clarify a few points:
Dan Harmon, Community, NBC and Sony have nothing to do with this web series. I pitched it to them after my first episode of Community, but never heard back from them one way or another. So I’m going to do it myself, with the help of fans. I’m launching a Kickstarter campaign in a matter of hours for an equipment budget, and the complete story can be read there.
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somerandomspazz: THIS SHOULD BE THE NEW DOCTOR WHO ANTHEM.