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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Shirley MacLaine is at it again. The irrepressible veteran star, who arrives at Downton Abbey for the Emmy-winning drama’s third season, is stirring up waves with a no-holds barred interview she gave to a British newspaper last …
Yesterday was the picture postcard, today it’s the unexpected arrival. In this Pond Life mini-series thing, the Doctor is clearly turning out to be something of a nuisance neighbour for the Ponds.
You can’t beat riding on top of the London double decker bus. That made us think, what other cool uses are there for the iconic red bus?
When auditioning for a show like American Idol or America’s Got Talent, hopefuls are advised against performing self-penned material. After all, these shows are often little more than high-production value karaoke, and …
I should start with a confession. When compiling this list, I assumed it would be a gadabout stone-skim along the top of the English language, each new bounce a perfectly formed (but firmly NSFW) gem.
So here it is! The very first Pond Life!
There will be a new one of these mini-episodes every day this week, leading up to Asylum of the Daleks on Saturday night (September 1st, 9/8c), and by all accounts there’s a cliffhanger on the way. But in the meantime, enjoy!
Doctor Who got the old Hollywood treatment at New York’s Ziegfeld Theater this Saturday (August 25) for the U.S.
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Last year, Steven Moffat teased the second season of Sherlock with just three words: “Hound. Woman. Fall.
So there’s this guy, right, and he’s immortal. He’s been exiled from an alternative universe, where the physical rules are different, and because of this, he’s lived for millions and millions of years.