Thursday, July 4, 2013

I think that the 12th Doctor should be a woman.

Greetings Whovians! Please forgive the lateness of my post. Things have been a bit wonderfully crazy in my professional life and I had a rather interesting post planned out, so I wanted to wait and make sure I was giving it my full attention. Here it is.

I think that the 12th Doctor should be a woman.

I would love to see the 11th Doctor change genders in the regeneration process and then be played by a female actress. Here's why.

First reason, yes, it can happen. There are absolutely stories of time lords switching gender back and forth from regeneration to regeneration. Case in point, The Corsair, a time lord whom The Doctor had known as both sexes. The 4th Doctor mentions The Corsair as being both male and female, as does The 11th Doctor.

Second of all, think of the way The Doctor is cast. The role is so incredibly unique and wonderful that incredible actors become The Doctor. Actors that haven't broken through yet, but they're amazing. Actors who have had some moderate success, but they're better than that. They SHOULD be mainstream hits. Imagine the impact that playing the 10th Doctor had on David Tennant's career. 
He was waiting, on the cusp, such a dedicated actor that conveyed such striking conviction in his roles. The world now knows him, because of Doctor Who. 

That being said, they would find an incredible actress to play The Doctor. We, as Whovians, would get to watch another incredible career unfold. 

Third, the show needs more male companions. Captain Jack, Rory, Craig, where's the next one? Where's the next person I can't wait to root for? Who's going to save their child next while being imprisoned in an iron suit? Who's going to become the friend that The Doctor finds randomly throughout his travels, for thousands of years? Who will be the next one to tell him something like YANA? And then. Who is going to be the next companion to jump off a roof with his wife to save both their lives? I want to see, I want to know. A female Doctor lines everything up for a great new male companion.

Fourth, a simple wonderful example of the number one reason we are ALL curious as to what a female Doctor would be like, River Song. 

You cannot be more badass than River Song. Her story arc was so incredible that someone made an infographic about it just to try and put it in a way everyone could follow. Everything from "Let's Kill Hitler" to The Library. I want to see more strong female time lords. 

Yes, I'm aware that this probably won't happen for the 12th Doctor. That being said, it absolutely should happen in the coming years. Everything is changing in this world. If Doctor Who stayed the same, it would not be as appealing as it is today. The show has evolved over the last 50 years and shows all of us just how far the human mind can go. The writing, the acting, the sets, the effects, it's all evolved into what we have now. The time to strike has come. It's time for The Doctor to regenerate into a woman. 

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Wow! It's been way too long! Back with Whothoughts

**possible spoilers if you aren't caught up with the current season of Doctor Who**
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Time for Whothoughts. 

I'm going to use this post to ramble on a bit about why I think the current season of Doctor Who is still awesome and that the show hasn't lost it's touch, it's only getting better. So, that being said, if you don't like the current season of Doctor Who, you probably should stop reading this blog right now. 

Let's begin. 

It's been way too long since I have updated this blog. If you follow this blog, you will note that my last post was all about people watching Doctor Who and complaining that it wasn't quite right, that they simply couldn't enjoy it, that they felt it was weak, badly written, and they still miss David Tennant. 
Well, all of that is still true. That's right, there are still people watching the show, seemingly having a pre-conceived idea about what they "should" see, never finding it, and saying that the show has gone way downhill. 

I still believe all of that to be ridiculous. Utterly ridiculous. (Well, except for the part about missing David Tennant, that I can understand.) And here's why.

5 words: The Centre Of The Tardis

Did you SEE this episode?
Not only is The Doctor openly sporting a sweet vest and pocketwatch with chain, but we get to run through the TARDIS with The Doctor and Clara! Started with the mysteries, then the TARDIS defending itself, then the craziest part of all, when it created the endless hallway after part of it was taken. That was awesome. The creatures that were chasing them, the time twist at the end, loved it all. Man, I really hope I'm not spoiling this for you if you haven't seen it. If you haven't seen this episode of Doctor Who, stop reading now.

They showed how the TARDIS gets it's power. That was incredible!! There is a perpetually dying star in the heart of the TARDIS and that generates the power! They showed it, remarkable effects, incredible production values on the new Who.  It was really, I think, a crowning moment for the entire series and I would like to thank the creators for making that happen. I love the TARDIS, it's the most incredible machine ever created, ever. It doesn't say goodbye, it says hello. 

I'm not going to go through the other new episodes. Just saying, catch all the way up if you're not already. Lots of people are talking smack about it, but I'm really really liking it. At times I even love it. The Doctor/Companion chemistry has also absolutely clicked. The show is truly acted with such conviction that it pulls you in. I forget who said that, but someone did on one of the Who specials on BBC. I only get BBC America though, really wish we got more BBC channels. Does anyone know how many there are? 4? 5?

Next Saturday is the name of The Doctor. Really excited for that. I was going to go online and find it, since I'm sure the leak has spread that much by now. I was not going to spoil it, I was just anxious. I have since decided not to look for it. Well, really my fiancĂ© wanted to wait, so I'm waiting. We have DVR anyway and she's right. There's no need to rush it. I'm lucky to be marrying my best friend who is also a Whovian, I can wait. 

Plus, if the leak stays contained or even disappears, we will get a special preview of the 50th episode soon. David Tennant will reportedly be featured in that special preview.

And we ALL want to see that.  

Monday, April 8, 2013

Words against the hipster-ifying of a show that changed all of our lives. Doctor Who.

Alright, enough, everyone stop blasting the new Doctor Who episodes.

We are embarking on the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who. This should be a time where Whovians come together to celebrate. We are even getting back the 10th Doctor, probably from Bad Wolf Bay. You remember when The Doctor left his human self with Rose on that beach? That's where I hope they go with that. Think about it. I also know you understand by now that every season weaves a crazy story together and we are just starting this new story. When the 11th Doctor dealt with Prisoner Zero, we had no idea what "The Silence" was. Turns out, they were one of the most fantastic enemies The Doctor (and the whole world) would ever face. These past couple weeks we have seen the start of something new yet again. The new episodes have been fantastic. Moffat didn't let us down with the Ponds, not ever. The list of writers this season not only includes him, but it's a dream team overall. I love what they have done so far and I can't wait for more. Here's why...

First of all, new aliens. The new species we met in the Bells of St. John is INCREDIBLY similar to the Wire villain that The Doctor and Rose battled back in The Idiot's Lantern. When the Spoonheads began to "download" people into the wifi, I immediately though "Hungryyyyyy!!!". Right off the bat, the new Doctor Who episodes are mirroring classic episodes we know and love. I think this is actually going to lead to a pattern of episodes where we meet new and crazy villains that mirror classic ones from incredible episodes. Now, on to that pattern I was expecting....

We all watched The Rings Of Akhaden. Now there are a bunch of angry Whovians complaining about it. Some say it was a weak episode. No, it wasn't. Actually, it mirrored another Doctor Who episode we know and love, the The Satan Pit. If you doubt this, simply consider the entire scene where Matt Smith is talking to the "god" behind the glass. This speech mirrors Tennant's speech to Satan in the pit. "Rings" also gave us over a dozen incredible new aliens to behold, just like when the 9th Doctor took Rose to watch the world burn on her first real adventure. Yet another classic episode directly mirrored by this brand new one. I have high hopes that other new episodes to come will continue to give us glimpses at classics we know and love. Perhaps we will even go back and rewatch those episodes. Certain Whovians should certainly go back and rewatch those episodes.

I know so many Whovians still long for the 10th Doctor. We all miss him.
Since Tennant is coming back for the 50th anniversary, we should be happy, we should be ECSTATIC! So, get on board with that. He is not coming back permanently, but that's more than alright. The show has already gone to some simply incredible places since the 10th left us. Matt Smith took on prisoner zero right after we first met him. He even got to meet the TARDIS face to face in The Doctor's Wife. Oh, and if you aren't on board with Matt Smith after the flesh episodes, well, I think you need to re-think how you watch the show overall.

There are several different kinds of Doctor Who episodes, 11 of which I outlined in a pervious blog. However, there are certainly more than 11, all distinctive types, and only more, different, and incredible spins on those episodes are coming at us every week with this new season. We have even seen the introduction of mini-episodes between full episodes, i.e. The Pond Life. Doctor Who has never let us down and has changed all of our lives. I say we roll with the punches and decide to stop intentionally finding faults. Instead, let's enjoy the show we love so much.

Friday, March 29, 2013

5 Things I Want To See Happen During The Next Season Of Doctor Who

With the new Doctor Who episodes due to start tomorrow evening (or sooner depending on where you live in the world) , I decided to weigh in with a random post that's more of a list of 5 things I hope to see and feel throughout the new episodes.....

1.First thing's first, I want to see a new gang. Remember Dinosaurs on a Spaceship? "I've got a gang. Never had a gang before, it's new!" Exactly, it IS new. That gang got the Doctor, and everyone in the gang, out of a very VERY sticky situation. Every member of the gang had a strength and they worked wonderfully well together. Plus, a gang always brings the opportunity to meet new people in the Whoniverse. Let's face it, we ALL want to meet more people in the Whoniverse.

2.Quick, confusing talking mixed with random pointing and activations of the sonic screwdriver. This always means something is going on that is so crazy that even the Doctor does not yet understand exactly what is going on. Usually these episodes lead to some of the darkest and most incredible journeys the Doctor has. As the story slowly unfolds, I feel that the viewer finds out what's really going on with the exact pace of the Doctor, instead of the Doctor always being many steps ahead.

3.Let's just mention it now, I want to tear up a bit. Remember the Widow and the Wardrobe? Tell me you didn't tear up at the very end and I'll say you're full of it. What about when the 9th doctor saves all the children with gas masks molded to their faces? Tell me Doctor Who has never made you cry even just a little bit and I call bs. The show is brilliant and dynamic, when they hit the nail on the emotional head, it strikes a vibrant chord. It strikes a beautiful, vibrant chord. Good stuff.

4. I want the TARDIS to totally lose power. Is it wrong to wish such a thing on the Doctor? I say yes, because those times lead us to some mesmerizing plot lines. Case in point, when Mickey and Rose had to rip open the heart of the TARDIS so that Rose could look inside and become BAD WOLF. She destroyed the DALEKS with that power, dissolved them into nothing. We never would have seen that if the TARDIS didn't lose power. When the TARDIS goes silent, you know you're in for a ride.

5. I want the Doctor to lose it on someone. Remember last year when he pulled a gun on the alien doctor? The Doctor never uses a gun. This aspect not only makes him wonderfully British, but it expands the scope of the show in an unbelievably broad way. If you're constantly dealing with bad guys and you're the good guy, and you can get a gun, and this is a fictional scenario, why wouldn't you just use the gun? The Doctor doesn't work that way, but he forgot, he forgot that day in the western town. He forgot back during The Waters Of Mars too. When the Doctor forgets, he slips, almost like he's a bit more human than he ever lets on.

Wednesday, March 6, 2013

The 11 Different Types Of Doctor Who Episodes

Most television shows have one speed and one main reaction they are trying to get from their audience. Occasionally they have an extra gear or two, though usually it's not as powerful and seems like more of a backup than anything. Sitcoms are funny, dramas are dramatic, horror is scary, and so on.

When a show can successfully produce excellent episodes to achieve all reactions in the spectrum, well, then you're got an amazing show. We find the perfect example of that in Doctor Who. Beyond that, we can even divide the Doctor Who episodes clearly by which part of the spectrum they adhere to. Even beyond that, we can nerd it up and divide it specifically even more, that's what I did when I made this list.

These are the 11 different types of Doctor Who episodes

1: The fun episodes where they're kind of in danger but you're not really that concerned because The Doctor isn't concerned and hey, if he's not, why should you be.

2: The ones that makes you cry at the end

3:The "We really can't change the past this time. Well, maybe we can but we shouldn't. Well, it really depends on how I feel" episodes

4:The "Oh my God, _____ is still alive" episodes

5:The Super Intense Episodes that remind you the show is British

6:The Historical Episodes with a twist

7:The ones where they meet aliens they've never met before and somehow that leads to an entire world being saved or destroyed

8:The ones where the Daleks come back

9:The ones where The Doctor has to build something out of spare parts to save the day

10:The ones that concentrate on the TARDIS specifically

11:The best ones, where the Doctor saves the day and everybody lives.

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Why I love the TARDIS

To understand why I love the TARDIS, I need to address it's core concept, time and space travel combined.

Although time travel is inherently fictional, it has been a heavily written about subject. I think the first time I saw time travel was in Back to the Future. Although I must say The Terminator and T2 are all time favorite time travel movies of mine as well. The idea that you could travel in time and nudge your own life into shape, almost sculpt it, is fascinating to me.

Now, when you take the concept of time travel and you add the dimension of space, I think that officially brings the entire idea into an exceptionally fantastic place. Time travel and space travel put together, truly stretching the limits of the human mind. You can now travel anywhere, absolutely anywhere. Although your personal time line travels one way, you may create that path any way you like.

Doctor Who is acted with such conviction that it is truly moving and when you add the fact that absolutely anything is possible, well, the entire thing is amazing. It's an amazing concept.

The TARDIS is the vessel that carries that entire concept. The TARDIS is amazing, right?? It is alive, it knows the Doctor, it knows the time lords, it knows Gallifrey, it has a heart, it's blue, and it can do anything and go anywhere. Plus it has that shield that can hold off Dalek blasters, which has definitely come in handy. I also love whenever he lands it and the door faces a wall so he has to move it. I love that it took human form and interacted with the Doctor. Think about that meeting, then think about the wonderful Beatles undertone. When the Doctor things she wanted to say "Goodbye", but she really wanted to say "Hello." "You say goodbye and I say hello. Hello, Hello! I don't know why you say goodbye, I say hello!" I really feel like that little part is a Beatles tribute. They've worked in fantastic obvious music references in other episodes. Like the Flesh episodes where they constantly say "Us and Them", such a Pink Floyd reference.

The TARDIS rewards the Doctor and guides him on his entire journey to help and save worlds in danger. It is absolutely as important as the Doctor himself.

So, yeah, that's why I love the TARDIS :-)

Sunday, February 24, 2013

The designer of the Daleks has passed away.

Ray Cusick, the designer of the Dalek, has passed away.

This is such sad news. The Daleks are my favorite villain throughout the series. I love it when the 10th Doctor gets right in their face and talks about how sad it must be that they never feel anything ever. Trapped in a cage from birth until death, perhaps that torture presses the Daleks to hate as much as they do. Their design is amazing because its basically a tank that can rotate in any direction at any time. The Dalek eye can rotate 360 degrees, which makes for some incredible conversational moments in the show. The design of the Dalek truly leant itself to functionality throughout the series.

The Daleks, trapped in a permanent moving cage for a mutated being, are so wonderfully iconic and I cannot imagine Doctor Who without them.

The Who villains have gotten crazy and more inventive over the years, but the Daleks will always be the number one alien that is both the mortal enemy of the Doctor and beloved by Whovians.

Thank you Mr. Cusick, Rest In Peace, your gift to the world expanded our imaginations.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Why the 11th Doctor Who is the best Doctor Who so far.

Why the 11th Doctor is the best Doctor so far.

The answer to this starts back with Doctor #9. The Ninth Doctor showed us the darker side of the Doctor. He's been traveling along for some time at that point. At least he's by himself when he meets Rose Tyler in the basement of the department store.

He bears a cold and lonely heart on his sleeve. He talks to Rose about the destruction of his home planet, as his face crimps with a deep frown. He lets Cassandra dry and explode. He has traveled and he has frozen himself into solitary, one that he is desperately trying to break out of. You can almost see it on his face, he hates how cold and miserable he feels but he's just not sure what to do about it. Then he figures out exactly what to do, he sacrifices himself to save Rose. Although she is the one who saves them all, his act leads to his regeneration which is the beginning of the best Doctor to come. I would also like to note that Christopher Eccleston was essential to bring that "Manchester United" feel to the 9th Doctor. Although he has been heard saying he didn't enjoy playing the 9th Doctor, I still love that season and it has some absolutely fantastic moments in it. The story of Rose and Bad Wolf carves its way through the first season and leads to an incredible finale. A fantastic finale fitting of Doctor Who.

Now, on to the 10th Doctor.

Although the 10th Doctor is widely regarded as the "best" Doctor of the new seasons, I am still using the piece to argue otherwise. That being said, the 11th Doctor would NEVER have been possible without the 10th Doctor. Let's start at the appropriate moment, shall we?

A Christmas tree is smashing Jackie's apartment and it is closing in on Rose, Jackie, and Mickey. Rose only needs to whisper "Help Me" in the Doctor's ear, he then springs from his regeneration coma and saves them all. We know this is definitely the same Doctor in a different body with one simple action. Classic. Then, just as our heroes are about to bite the dust again, he awakens fully and saves the day. As the 10th Doctor's story went on and on, it only tied all our collective heartstrings tighter. From Bad Wolf Bay through The End Of Time, we are taken on an absolutely brilliant journey. Remember Pompeii? or Turn Left? The writing of the show only continued to prove how incredible this show really is and why absolutely it needed to stay on the air.

The 10th Doctor also took us through our first experience with the Weeping Angels, perhaps the most vicious of any villain we have yet to meet. However, we also have The Waters Of Mars. Remember that one? The Doctor, our hero, decided he was officially above all the rules of time and space. Yes, he did this partially out of his inherent need to save. He also did what he did to show that he, in fact, was in charge of time and space. The Doctor went from being a helpful and loving alien, to playing God and not blinking an eye. The Universe took only a moment to snap him back down from his high horse. Perhaps that was truly when the Doctor fell further than he's ever fallen before. He may have not wanted to go, but the Universe definitely had other plans.
I think this is a case where, as described in my previous post, Death clipped the Doctor pretty hard.

Finally, we come to the 11th Doctor. When he crash lands into Amelia Pond's backyard, he is all smiles and, strangely enough, kinda looks like a combination of the 9th and 10th Doctor. He's definitely got the hair, but with the stronger and more dominant face. No offense Tennant, but seriously. Can we all agree that Matt Smith is perhaps the most stoic Doctor in a long time?
Anyway, had it not been for the history we get with the 10th Doctor, the 11th Doctor would not have been able to handle the villains he met.

The 11th Doctor winds up in a war with the Silence, perhaps the coolest Doctor Who villain to date. This war approaches Doctor vs. Dalek proportions as it weaves through time in a spider web fashion. It builds out, then retracts, then builds again, always staying connected. The 11th Doctor does slip though as we get into his adventures. He even goes so far as to pull a gun on a very real threat. Despite that it was a western set-up, it is a well known fact that the Doctor never uses a gun. The Doctor uses a screwdriver.

Then there is the absolutely stunning episode "The Doctor, The Widow, and The Wardrobe". I defy anyone to watch this episode and not cry. It is executed brilliantly. It touches on the pure magic of Doctor Who in an almost "Amazing Stories" type of way.

All of those previous facts considered, combined with the Doctor's most recent journey to continuously find his new companion, put #11 at the top of my Doctor list. He would not have been possible without #9 and #10, as well as 1-8, I am not suggesting that he ever could be the product of any other precession. The Doctor is indeed the product of all who came before him and everyone who works on the show, and I feel that the current crew, combined with Steven Moffatt, and Matt Smith, is taking us through the best Doctor yet.

Allons-y! Get your coat!

Sunday, February 17, 2013

The time vortex and the grim reaper

The time vortex and the Doctor's constant brush with death.

The Doctor travels in the TARDIS through time and space via the time vortex. The vortex is a set of pathways through time and space.

I know, duh.

But I think the vortex represents brushing with death constantly. Space is deep, dark, and lonely. The deepest parts of space are almost like death continuously coming after the Doctor. Maybe that's why he is always on the run, traveling, helping. Yes, part of that is because it was his adapted name due to his constant desire to help and heal. However, I think he needs to run because he travels through the time vortex. Perhaps traveling through the vortex changes you internally. Well, we know it does. In fact, it was looking into the time vortex that created the race of time lords.

Perhaps as death chases the Doctor through his long life, the Doctor must always continue to zoom past the grim reaper, in the tardis, in the other direction. Perhaps it's simply because death can't catch the Doctor, that the Doctor lives so long. Maybe even a higher power provides him with the ability to regenerate. Maybe the Doctor, and the entire race of time lords, are some sort of miracle.

Maybe sometimes, just sometimes, Death is able to clip the Doctor as they cross paths. Perhaps it is this that brought the Doctor and Rose back to Satellite 5 in the Bad Wolf episode. Actually, a few times the Doctor is either running from predators (the Family of Blood) or getting swept into dangerous situations (psychic container anyone?). These seem random at times. Perhaps it's death nudging the Doctor just a little bit, before he loses him again.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

My favorite Doctor Who episode : Midnight

Doctor Who: Midnight

Note:Spoilers, the episode Midnight, season 4, episode 10, doctor 10

I decided to launch this officially by blogging about my favorite episode of the recent Doctor Who.

In MIDNIGHT, the Doctor tries unsuccessfully to get Donna to come along on a sight-seeing shuttle to the Sapphire Waterfall. He then enthusiastically boards the shuttle himself and sets out on the adventure with a handful of other people from all walks of life.

Right away this episode grabs me. The Doctor gets on the shuttle and everyone is starting to get lost in their own little world, as travelers often do. The fellow passengers are plugging in and tuning out, but not the doctor. The Doctor wants to engage his fellow travelers. With a flick of the 'ol sonic screwdriver, he shuts down all the entertainment and suggests they all get to know each other.

This reminds me of going to punk rock shows in the years before cell phones. When you would meet cool people in line while waiting to get in, then you'd meet more cool people when you all settled your places in the crowd. Back when you used to be able to smoke at all indoor concerts here in NY, these little circles would form throughout the general admission floor crowd. Simply getting into a circle or two would almost guarantee you a new friend or two. Back then, you'd actually have to TALK to each other to pass the time. I've met some great people chatting it up with fellow punkers between bands. In fact, it's how I've met some absolutely amazing people.

So, the Doctor settles in with everyone and they all get to know each other. Then the tide of the episode starts to turn. It isn't often that the Doctor is out, alone, away from the Tardis, and gets himself into a situation that is so sticky you can't see his way out from your couch. This episode strikes that chord dead on. Within minutes, the Doctor is on the verge of being thrown out of the shuttle and to his certain death. These passengers do not know him, or the wonderful things he has done, they only know they are afraid and will do whatever they can to survive. Just when it looks like it's all over for Doctor Who, the flight attendant grabs the real enemy and throws them both out the door. She saves the Doctor's life.

It's rare that a person, who is not a companion, saves the Doctor from certain death. Every time it happens is magic, but this one was really something. She saw through the situation and saved him, at the cost of her own life.

Then the Doctor returns to Donna, who has been relaxing and getting pampered, and gives her a solid hug. The relief is written all over him and it hits you just how close even he believed he was to death. He then sits with Donna and tells her everything so they can reflect and assess what happened. This moment reminds me of the end of the "Turn left" episode, where one of the main characters has been through an incredibly traumatic experience. It is refreshing to see that a series based on leaders and companions can still branch out and give our heroes separate mountains to climb and conquer.

Doctor Who For Life Blog

I started watching Doctor Who about 2 years ago when my fiancĂ© introduced me to the show by having me watch the episode "Blink". Yes, the perfect episode to start with to determine if you are about to become a Whovian (huge fan of Doctor Who). I became a Whovian after that and spent the next few months watching every Netflix'd episode of Doctor Who that I could. Catching up was so much fun, we would have Doctor Who days, just watch 5 or 6 episodes in a row. My favorite villain is a tie between the Daleks and the Silence. I'm probably still more of a Dalek fan. I definitely cheered at the end of an episode during the "next time on..." scenes when they showed the Daleks. They're so legendary to the series and their update was fantastic coming into the 2005 reboot of the series. 


The real question is, why do I love Doctor Who? 

Aside from the fact that it's acted with such conviction that you can't help but let it absorb you...

I love Doctor Who because it inspires me everyday by reminding me that anything is possible. The concept of the show is fantastic in and of itself. You have an aging alien that bears the direct likeness of a human that travels through time and space showing his companions remarkable things and places that they would never see without his help. Not only that, this alien is compassionate and routinely saves entire worlds from falling into the deep darkness of space. The journeys of the Doctor, in the TARDIS, through the time vortex truly represent the journey through life that we all experience.

The time vortex is life, but life only goes one way. Perhaps that's why the Doctor is so old and yet still so young, his life goes in many more directions than ours. Hence, he is always traveling through the deep darkness that can consume anything, perhaps it even represents death and that's why he is always moving. His age reflects his constant journey away from death by crossing it's path all the time? Just a thought, I'm sure I'll blog about that later. 

That little paragraph right there is the perfect reflection of why I love the show. It inspires me to think, to live, to wonder. The sheer concept of the show is so wonderfully insane that it reminds me anything is possible, anything can be thought of, and life can take you to fantastic places that you never thought you would go. 

Expect this blog to be an incredibly enthusiastic jaunt into speculations about upcoming episodes, reflections on my favorite episodes, and lots of fan gushing about the series.