Vulcan’s Peak

The Doctor has read Book 7

April 13, 2007 12:59 pm

Some HP love on Doctor Who: here are a couple of short clips, posted on The Leaky Cauldron. It’s from a third season episode that must have just aired in the UK. Maybe it’s airing on BBC America, too — dunno because BBC America is too high into the cable atmosphere for me to have it. I assume SciFi will start season three this fall, and I’m looking forward to meeting the new companion.

(And if that weren’t enough fandoms for one post: I turned on the TV this afternoon and hey look! There’s Inara — or rather, Morena Baccarin — on Stargate SG1, wearing a very Inara sort of costume, just with funny-colored contacts. No idea how old this episode is, only that it’s post-Richard Dean Anderson. But yay for Firefly cast.)

Later: Evil Dead: The Musical. What the hell??

5 Responses to “The Doctor has read Book 7”

Crunch wrote a comment on April 13, 2007

A musical?!!!! I so want that!

Elf wrote a comment on April 16, 2007

That was this season of SG-1 you saw. Inara’s playing an evil messiah who was born only months ago, but aged by her bosses to an age where people would listen to her. I keep waiting for Vala (her mother, whom you may recognize from kicking ass and taking names on Farscape) to take her over her knee and spank her. SG-1 went to pot ages ago, alas. (Why can’t I stop myself from watching it though?)

Odette wrote a comment on April 16, 2007

Heh! Yeah, I haven’t found either SG-1 or Atlantis much fun without someone to watch them with.

Speaking of Firefly cast, did anyone else see the premiere of Drive? I swear Nathan Fillion is playing Mal again (not a bad thing, though I don’t want to see him typecast as angsty rebel forever–the man’s got funny!).

Crunch wrote a comment on July 26, 2007

It’s old news, I forgot to mention it, but Wash is playing a minor and quirky character in ‘Knocked Up’.

Odette wrote a comment on July 26, 2007

I think I had heard that. Has anyone seen the movie? The synopsis didn’t appeal to me, but I’ve heard that it’s quite funny.

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