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Doctor Who and the Infinite Library.

(Those who don't follow Doctor Who can just skip this post, thanks.)

Woohoo! I am totally stoked about tomorrow's episode of Doctor Who, mostly because it features an infinite library! Shades of Borges anyone?

While I'm on that note, I think Donna Noble is excellent as a companion. Who would've thought? I found her absolutely annoying in that one Christmas Special, and before the current season started, would have preferred Kylie Minogue staying on as companion. Alas! It was not to be.

I don't have any opinions about Martha Jones because after Rose left, I was left very upset and decided to boycott the show...only for The Master (played by that cool bloke from Life on Mars!!!) to return in that season's finalé! So yes, I regret that now.

Nvm!

I just hope the Doctor's daughter returns in style.

(If I was bothered to update my twitter account, I would probably type in: "is humming the original synthesized Doctor Who theme.")

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  1. love dr. who! is this on bbc? reply quickly as i really would be sad to miss out on this

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  2. It's the latest episode on BBC...in the UK. I'm not sure if Astro is showing the latest season since I don't have Astro. Or even a TV for that matter! (The latest season has Donna Noble as companion. Also I watched it by nicking it off the Interwebs.)

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