… on a sick day you’re so bored and miserable that you watch all the Cult of Skaro episodes and write mini-biographies of the members.
Then you write a rant on reddit about how badly character continuity for the members was handled in Daleks in Manhattan and Evolution of the Daleks.
I went looking for this rant today and couldn’t find it in this site. That’s because it was on reddit! Silly girl!
I don’t normally report on deep philosophical or literary discussions because this isn’t that kind of blog. And I don’t normally find those sorts of discussions in Reddit’s /r/doctorwho because it’s not that sort of subreddit. /r/doctorwho is normally for the fluffy and fun, the wowie and the cute. /r/gallifrey is where you put the esoteric stuff. And yet here’s an exceptional thing.
[Danger – all the following links contain spoilers if you are not caught up.] NoMoreMrSpiceGuy has posted this interesting thesis on the many allusions between the Doctor and the devil that have been made during Moffat’s run as showrunner. Not at all as dull as it sounds, and there are some intriguing ideas in there about what these allusions might mean and why. I don’t necessarily agree with all the points the author makes, but this is fun stuff to think about, and the comments are interesting too.
Bonus compatible theory – why the Doctor chose the name that he did, posted by silverraider525. I like this. Again, I don’t agree on every single point, but find the general assertion quite plausible.
When reddit goes down, it is suggested that the visitor draw on a banana, submissions later to be posted here.
Well sn47ch8uckl3r found this on /r/downtimebananas:
I confess, I cannot make out what the Gallifreyan at the left end is meant to be saying.