I may have caught on the Doctor Who fandom a bit late, but after developing a moderate case of anglophilia, I can't miss this decades-old British telly masterpiece, right?
This is short and sweet, because I’d like to go straight to the point.
A portion of my weekend goes to a Doctor Who marathon, and with the current rate that I’m going (two series per month), I may actually end up not too far from the latest seasons. A few episodes away from finishing the fourth season, I think I found my favorite episode (aside from Blink in Season 3) in The Unicorn and the Wasp. Why? It has the legendary detective fiction writer Agatha Christie, a plot that unfolds in a whodunnit – like manner, and a hilarious detox-cum-charade riot between the Doctor and Donna Noble:
Now, that’s why I’m starting to love British TV.
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