New episode tonight on BBC America, at 9pm. I only just found out about it a couple hours ago from a poster on a tea forum. It's the Christmas episode.
Yeah thanks, I did a DVR on it.
I've never watched Dr. Who, but know that it has a huge fan following.
So tonight my husband and I watched the Snowman episode for the first time. We LOVED it! We've set it up to DVR the series.
So much humor, detective work, science fiction all rolled into one. Are they all this much fun?
Yes, all the episodes have some humor but also some scary bits as well (re: weeping angels..shiver). If you've just started watching with last night's episode you may want to search out at least last season. I don't do Netflix but I hear you can find them there. The reason being, there are so many clues and twists and turns that make the series all the more enjoyable - if you can keep up. For instance - Clara, the new companion introduced last night. Or is she "new"?????
I miss Amy and Rory. :( waaaaaaaaaaaa
Yes, I caught that little innudendo about Clara!
The DVR is recording episodes. It looks like there was a marathon. I can only hope they are as entertaining as the Snowmen episode.
Thanks for posting this reminder.
A tea forum? As in crumpets and Earl Grey at 4 p.m.?
Oh please share a link to this forum. It sounds like a place that will soothe my troubled heart!
i've liked some dr. no actors better than others...some of the early episodes are almost amature in special effects, and acting, lol...
Some hard core tea drinkers here, plus a few Royal Albert teacup and scones people like me. ha.
Here is a link that might be useful: Steepster.com
Hey, I have a Royal Albert American Beauty teaset and a whole collection of teacups I inherited from my grandmother. I love them.