In preparation for the BBC America premiere of the new season of Dr. Who (9pm EST, Saturday, April 23rd), I have been doing what many Whovians over the age of twenty-one have been doing: scouring the internet for an awesome drinking game to play as we celebrate the return of everyone’s favorite floppy haired, bow-tied Gallifreyan.
Elisabeth Sladen, best-known for playing Sarah-Jane Smith in Doctor Who, died this morning at the age of sixty-three. Behind the scenes, she had been quietly fighting cancer.
In honor of the premiere of the HBO Series “Game of Thrones,” some awesome friends of mine threw a “Winterfell” themed dinner party last night, and it rocked so hard that I wanted to pass along some ideas on how you too can eat like a Stark.
This cake is the ideal way to tell someone, ‘Good luck as you make your way across the universe!’
After an entire season of shouting, “FOR THE LOVE OF GOD CAN SOMEONE PLEASE JUST TELL MATT ALREADY AHHHHH!” and drilling a pen into my hand every time he appeared on my TV screen, I sensed that this episode of The Vampire Diaries might be an important one for me not to miss.
So apparently The Doctor, Amy & Rory will be in New York City this Friday! Actors Matt Smith, Karen Gillan and Arthur Darvill will be on hand to sign the Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series DVD boxed set. Friday April 08, 2011 12:00 PM.
A vampire, a werewolf, and a ghost share a flat in
Bristol Montreal Boston. Being Human is a wildly popular BBC show currently in season three that I have been watching, loving, and obsessing over the ridiculously awesome cast of for the past two years. When the announcement came that they were making an American version, I prepared myself to rinse and repeat.