Tuesday, December 19, 2017

"The Oldest Question In The Universe, Hidden In Plain Sight": Doctor Who In A Word (Parts Two Hundred & Four To Two Hundred & Seventy Six)

Over the last couple of months, dear blog reader (or, perhaps it's been over the last eighty hundred and fifty seven gazillion years ... or does it just feel like that?), yer actual Keith Telly Topping has undertaken the (very definitely) once-in-a-lifetime self-imposed task of reviewing every single Doctor Who story - all two hundred and seventy five (ish) of them. You may have noticed. And, he has done so using just one appropriate adjective for each. Or one verb if he can't think of an adjective. Or, one noun if he can't think of a verb. Or, one swear-word on those occasions where he thought to his very self 'why in the name of blithering fek am I doing this? What could possibly have possessed me to do such a thing?' The first three parts of this journey can be found here, here and here. And now, here is the - merciful - conclusion bringing the story right up to date.
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213 (a)
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Spin-Off 4
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Spin Off 5
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And that, dear blog reader, concludes From The North's seemingly never-ending Doctor Who: In A Word odyssey which has taken up far more time, bandwidth and brainpower than this blogger ever imagined it would when he started off this malarkey. Thanks go, of course, to several of yer actual Keith Telly Topping's lovely Facebook fiends for suggestions and for not killing him very stone dead when he started so many mornings with the latest batch of terrible puns and smart-Alec shenanigans. It is the end, dear blog reader. But, like the man once said, the moment has been prepared for.

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