Flesh and Stone

And the bishop had the Doctor’s back. It’s not what they normally do, but in the end I quite liked the bishop.

Doctor Who

Poor Amy spent the second of the angel episode busy not looking at the angels. Or at anything. I could just see how those converses were going to take a tumble, seeing as she couldn’t see. But the soil was too well raked. They need to rough it up if they are going to be face first in the stuff again.

Angel

I know Daughter was busy counting kisses for David Tennant. Was this Matt Smith’s first Doctor kiss? And if they are going to use the phrase ‘getting married in the morning’ much more, I’ll break into song. It’s almost an irresistible urge. I’ll be Bryn Terfel.

Scared Bob was fairly scary at the end, I thought. It was the mild way he had of speaking, coupled with the things he had to say, which made it shivery stuff. Enough to make anyone crack up?

The crack

Sorry about that very bad crack. And sorry about that one, too.

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2 responses to “Flesh and Stone

  1. I loved scared/sacred Bob.
    We’re a little worried over the loss of the Doctor’s tweed jacket, however.

  2. Do you think it will cause problems? I just went back and had a look, and he wore one on Saturday. Not sure it’s the same one, though.

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