That's a great idea! Damn! I wish I HAD thought of it... I'm going to get
my TARDIS working again, go back in time and post it first! :)
Good stuff.. I really like it... If only the Doctor Who writers could be
Sorry to disappoint you, but the Doctor's real name is "Gern Blanston".
and then Jason a. Miller said:
>No it isn't, it's "Gordon Schumway".
>Co-starring Max Wright as "Willie Tanner", the new companion.
Wrong. The Doctor's real name is Cosmo. Cosmo Kramer.
> Here's a particularly stupid theory. If we take "The Doctor" to
> be the Doctor's name - even if it is in the form of a title no
> doubt meaning something deep and Gallifreyan - perhaps our
> earthly use of the word "doctor" meaning healer or wise man is
> direct result of the Doctor's multiple interventions in our
> history as a healer and wise man. In other words, we got it from
> him. This is a very silly idea and I'm consequently rather proud
> of it.
What a cool idea!
You know, that makes some kind of wacky Whovian sense. I mean, he's
impacted history enough in other ways. . . hey, why not?
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So you did it, Mr. Moffat, you put this idea in the series. After 16 years from its creation.
That's freaking amazing.
nice find Daniel.
Sir Moffat. I admire you. You keep moffucking us, and I love it every
time. You probably just left fifty hints to season twelve's story-arch
in the last episode. Please don't ever leave head writer.
I Love it. Oh, and did anyone notice that Moff's email address here
is a compuserve.com address? Freaking awesome. We love you, Mr. Moff!