You all spend all your time bickering about religion and doctrine and god and evolution and atheists, not to mention all the discussion about athiests too. You are totally ignoring an important subject. We haven't had one fucking decent discussion of Dr. Who in at least a year!!!
I mean -- well, I won't get to watch the 50th anniversary thing on Nov. 23 because a)I don't live in the UK, b)I don't get BBC America, c)I don't think our local cable channel even OFFERS BBC America, and d)I am not near any the of very few theaters around the world that will be showing the film at the same time.
And then, there's whatisname Capaldi. We really need to hash out whether he can fill the bill. And then, in the 50th anniversary film WHICH David Tennant Dr. Who will be there -- the real Dr. or the one he left behind with Rose in that alternate universe. I mean, logically, if it is the real Dr. Tennant, then he'd already know, as Matt Smith, what was going to happen because he would have already been through it, so logically it should be the alternate universe Tennant character but we know that the writer isn't all that logical, esp. if you watched this last year which wasn't that good, except for the last episode which really ended the River Song thing the right way.
Run-on sentences are just signs of passion and anyway, I don't give a damn about grammar or spelling when it comes to Dr. Who.
Why can't you people focus on the more serious issues facing us? God doesn't exist. Don't give him the time of day. Dr. Who doesn't exist either but he's far more interesting than god, AND more colorful AND much nicer all around. If you have to center your life around a fictional character who doesn't actually exist, I far prefer Dr. Who to god.