Thursday, March 31, 2005

Bring Me The Head Of Christopher Ecclestone

After the loss of Star Trek there comes a new blow to Science Fiction fans. Christopher Ecclestone has quit as Doctor Who after filming just one series. He is the most hated man in Science Fiction – simply because he was so good!

This has left me in a sulky mood today. I was really enjoying the new Who but the pessimist in me says its all over. Sure he can be replaced but will the Tenth Doctor be as good? I doubt it.

So who will save us from the Daleks now? After all they are a severe threat to our existence. “Don’t be stupid” I hear you cry – they can’t get upstairs*. Ah true but with last years disability act enforcing all public spaces to have disabled access where are the stairs to stop them? With wheelchair ramps in every shop, library and public building the UK is a prime site for the invasion of the pepperpot like beasties.



*Yes yes, I know an episode in the Sylvester McCoy era proved the Daleks could travel up stairs – just humour me for the purposes of this blog!

5 comments:

Paul said...

Episode One- Great
Christopher Ecclestone as the Doctor, an incredible casting and acting performance.

Should he stay. YES

Anonymous said...

OK, OK, OK, I can't resist chucking my opinion in. Odd that he should quit after one series. Don't the BBC bother to get people to sign up to more than one series? If the new Dr Who is well received around the world they will keep going and Ecclestone will get an even higher profile from it. What I wont to know is, if Ecclestone goes and a new series is made will Russell T Davies write it? If Ecclestone goes and Davies goes, that *would* be a recipe for disaster.

smeg_head said...

A second series is confirmed with Russell T as writer - BBC have yet to say who's Who...

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