Matt Cameron is a Time Lord.
“Room a Thousand Years Wide” is about the TARDIS.
I’ve always been good to you.
I watched PeeWee’s Playhouse and Muppet Babies as a child.
I snuck Mtv as a pre-teen when my mom wouldn’t let me watch it.
I told all of my friends to watch The Office (way back in 2005) and I’m telling them to watch Community now.
I’m doing my part for ratings.
My husband and I tend to watch critically lauded shows.
TV, I have loved you as one of my own.
Now, this week.
TV, you’ve been terrible to me.
Are you rebelling against me?
First Opie joined the big MC in the sky
I heard a motorcycle drive down my street and I shed a tear, TV.
Do you hear me?
Now, on Sunday I have to prepare myself for the departure of the Ponds.
Rory and Amy.
I don’t know if I can handle this.
I’m sorry TV, but we’re not on speaking terms right now.
P.S. Entertainment Weekly, you’re not helping. You keep bringing this stuff up and it’s lemon juice in the wound.
This is where I think it looks like credits for Doctor Who.
—my 5 year old son revealing himself as a big nerd on Star Tours. He thinks the light speed looks like opening credits to DW.
SUPER NERD AWAY!
Ain’t no party like a #timelord party… (Taken with Instagram)
#fishfingersandcustard for Josiah! #geronimo! (Taken with Instagram)
No worries, my five year old loves this show & his mama.
where’s your screwdriver?
Too much cuteness!!!
I went to Hot Topic today.
I bought something for my son.
Another notch in my “officially a mom” belt.
Also I hated it in Hot Topic.
Except for the DW shirt I got for myself.
Everything else was terrible.
Especially the 13 year old girl who was in line behind us and kept talking to her friends in front of us.
She would go back and forth between annoyingly sarcastic and saying “Oh. I am so stupid.”
I wanted to slap her parents.
Another sign of being a “real parent”.
**P.S. After Hot Topic I drove and found the Workaholics house in Van Nuys. You gotta be fresh.**