I like it. but I’m biased. I was so thrilled when Doctor Who came back after 15 years, I decided from the first episode with eccleson that I would not be sour grapes, no matter how good or bad it was. Superstitious? of course But I took Doctor Who for granted during the curly blonde haired guy. I was a teenager and I got less and less enthusiastic. They modified the theme. That doctor was cranky and irritable and I hated it. And each episode I would get more and more angry. When there was a big hiatus of Doctor Who during his term – that’s when they made the production “doctor in distress” – I almost gave up all together. I’ve missed most of trial of a time lord and never caught all of it. I know I didn’t see all the episodes of six and seven I let myself get so bitter at the time that I can’t watch them. But I never expected them to take Doctor Who off the air. So I vowed I would not take it for granted again if it ever came back It’s a kind of vow only a teenager could make. But at the time I was the only Doctor Who fan I knew. My grandmother introduced me to it but nobody in New Jersey knew what Doctor Who was that I knew just some Princeton weirdos that dressed up in Doctor Who costumes to raise money for the PBS station. I didn’t want to be that “crabby old man” as a teenager when I got older I decided at 17 I would enjoy it like an 8-year-old every time because that’s who it’s written for, not for crabby teenagers – or crabby middle-aged men I was 32 years old when it came back on the air and I decided I would keep my vow. (That Doctor Who movie in 1996 … That disappointed me even more deeply – I can’t rewatch that either)

I like it. but I’m biased.
I was so thrilled when Doctor Who came back after 15 years, I decided from the first episode with eccleson that I would not be sour grapes, no matter how good or bad it was.

Superstitious? of course

But I took Doctor Who for granted during the curly blonde haired guy. I was a teenager and I got less and less enthusiastic.

They modified the theme. That doctor was cranky and irritable and I hated it. And each episode I would get more and more angry.

When there was a big hiatus of Doctor Who during his term – that’s when they made the production “doctor in distress” – I almost gave up all together.

I’ve missed most of trial of a time lord and never caught all of it.

I know I didn’t see all the episodes of six and seven

I let myself get so bitter at the time that I can’t watch them.

But I never expected them to take Doctor Who off the air.

So I vowed I would not take it for granted again if it ever came back

It’s a kind of vow only a teenager could make.

But at the time I was the only Doctor Who fan I knew. My grandmother introduced me to it but nobody in New Jersey knew what Doctor Who was that I knew just some Princeton weirdos that dressed up in Doctor Who costumes to raise money for the PBS station.

I didn’t want to be that “crabby old man” as a teenager when I got older

I decided at 17 I would enjoy it like an 8-year-old every time because that’s who it’s written for, not for crabby teenagers – or crabby middle-aged men

I was 32 years old when it came back on the air and I decided I would keep my vow.

(That Doctor Who movie in 1996 … That disappointed me even more deeply – I can’t rewatch that either)

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