Who Loves Who? I Do

1 May
Rory Williams

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Doctor Who started again last week.  Yay! 

The opening two-parter was pretty good, though I thought the bit where Amy said the bit when she was in the bit and Rory and the Doctor thought something other than what it was (don’t want to give too much away in case you haven’t seen it), was a little weak.

Rory is one of my favourite characters.  When he first arrived he seemed rather pathetic, but ever since he became a Roman Centurion and guarded Amy for two thousand years, I’ve liked him.  I’ve got a bloke just like that at home: if I was ever locked up in a place where I couldn’t get out for two thousand years, I know the Hub would be just outside, keeping me safe.  You can’t buy that kind of security.  Or peace from a complaining wife.

The advantage of being locked up for two thousand years is that we wouldn’t keep each other awake with our snoring.  And I’d be bound to lose a little weight. 

I’ll admit, I’m tempted.

5 Responses to “Who Loves Who? I Do”

  1. kateshrewsday May 1, 2011 at 13:28 #

    What a guy has to do these days to impress a gal….


  2. slpmartin May 1, 2011 at 15:34 #

    Oh..I suspect that would too quiet for me. 😉


  3. beckysefton May 1, 2011 at 21:12 #

    I love the Amy Pond show… sorry, Doctor Who!


  4. Cindy May 2, 2011 at 04:29 #

    We don’t have that show over here, but I doubt I could survive that long without having someone’s ear to bend.


  5. JennieB May 3, 2011 at 17:27 #

    Hooray for the return of the Doctor, I’m a fan too! It’s left lots open for exploration throughout this series.

    Also, if you’re not UK-based, I think the show might be available to torrent (am sure there MUST be a way of doing this legally too). The transatlantic feel of the first two episodes must hint at some sort of US syndicating? I hope so; a lot of my American mates love it too.

    I’m excited about the Neil Gaiman penned episode – hooray again!


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