Category Archives: Doctor Who

The Stepford Invasion

For all Doctor Who, and The Stepford Wives fans out there. Rosalie was dizzy when stepped out of the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space), but felt much better when she felt the warm Connecticut sunshine on her face. Traveling at warp speed in this time machine, disguised as an antique London police box, […] Continue reading

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The Stepford Invasion

For all Doctor Who, and The Stepford Wives fans out there. Rosalie was dizzy when stepped out of the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space), but felt much better when she felt the warm Connecticut sunshine on her face. Traveling at warp speed in this time machine, disguised as an antique London police box, […] Continue reading

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The Stepford Invasion

For all Doctor Who, and The Stepford Wives fans out there. Rosalie was dizzy when stepped out of the TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space), but felt much better when she felt the warm Connecticut sunshine on her face. Traveling at warp speed in this time machine, which was disguised as an antique London […] Continue reading

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My thoughts on Needhan and scheduling normativity

I found the text by Gary Needham very interesting, but as a theatre, film and television student I also had some problems with the text and especially the beginning of the text. ┬áNeedham talks about television having the element of … Continue reading Continue reading

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Captain Jack Harkness: Gender, Sexuality, and Queer Time

One of the best things about Captain Jack Harkness as a character is that, from the moment he was first introduced on Doctor Who, he has been challenging any kind of sexuality and gender binary. Even better, he does so … Continue reading Continue reading

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