eponymous_rose: (DS9)
[livejournal.com profile] fandom_stocking happened! I failed quite a bit at getting stuff written this year - I think only two fics got finished and posted - but I've tried to run around and leave warm wishes in everyone's stockings I could find. ♥

Amazing things appeared in my stocking that I must share with you all, so you can join me in telling these people how awesome they are:

[livejournal.com profile] yamx wrote me an awesome Doctor Who ficlet detailing Amy and Eleven's encounter with a certain figure of historical note.
[livejournal.com profile] merfilly wrote me a pitch-perfect M*A*S*H ficlet featuring Charles and Margaret after the war.
[livejournal.com profile] cosmic_llin wrote me a spectacular Deep Space Nine ficlet that highlights two of my very favourite subjects: Kira Nerys and storms.
[livejournal.com profile] lindenharp made me a Most Excellent icon featuring Team Tardis Version Eleventy.
[livejournal.com profile] taraljc made me an assortment of fantastic TOS!Bones icons that make me want to rewatch the show right this very instant.
[livejournal.com profile] paranoidangel42 wrote me a wonderfully plausible Doctor Who/Stargate SG-1 crossover ficlet, in which Teal'c meets Eleven and awesomeness ensues.
[livejournal.com profile] tree_and_leaf wrote me a fantastic Deep Space Nine missing scene for The Siege, featuring Kira.
[livejournal.com profile] tassoss wrote me a fully-fledged and spectacularly awesome Due South fic in which Ray K. and Fraser are at the Vecchios' for Christmas, and an unexpected guest comes for dinner.
[livejournal.com profile] shinyjenni wrote me a wonderful Doctor Who ficlet in which Martha and Liz talk about the moon, and I am reminded of why I love this show so very much.
[livejournal.com profile] glinda_penguin wrote me a spectacular SG-1 ficlet (with accompanying image), in which Teal'c and Sam are on a road trip in Germany.

And there were many well-wishes that were extremely happy-making. Thank you, everyone, and happy 2011! ♥

On the topic of happy stuff, have a couple amazing Star Trek images I came across on tumblr: cut because I will likely botch the HTML and make them huge the first time )
eponymous_rose: (TOS | T'Pau | Cookies)
Okay, so you guys are pretty much the most amazing group of people ever. You know that, right?

Now I must rec! Apart from the spectacular icons that I have linked hereabouts, I received a spectacular assortment of fic:

- [livejournal.com profile] tigerkat24 took one of my very favourite eras of Doctor Who (Third Doctor, hurrah, since it features the 70s and a lot of running around!) and determined exactly what comes afterwards, when Liz, Jo, and Sarah Jane get to talking. Awesome.

- [livejournal.com profile] amaresu wrote a lovely little Doctor/Cameca piece that made me squee, verily. I love my obscure Doctor Who, I do! (Cameca/Doctor is the original (and canon!) OTP, guys. Accept no substitutes! Monochrome forever!)

- [livejournal.com profile] netgirl_y2k brought my two favourite fannish Donnas together, for an exponential increase of AWESOME. Together, they will clearly rule the world.

- [livejournal.com profile] lilacsigil wrote The Cacophonic Casket Catastrophe (part two is here), which is an absolutely perfect mini-missing-episode of The Middleman and features the exclamation "Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor!" It is spectacular.

- [livejournal.com profile] elliptic_eye wrote Three-Voice Canon on the Fourth, which is an inexpressibly silly and clever and wonderful rip-off pastiche of Gödel, Escher, Bach, featuring the Fourth Doctor, Leela, and the Tortoise. And lo, there are puns, and so I am squeeful beyond measure.

- [livejournal.com profile] cosmic_celery wrote Excerpts from the Relatively Sequential Diary of Perpugilliam Brown (part two is here), which neatly bridges the gap between the Fifth Doctor's television era and the Erimem audios, and provides a nice glimpse of closure, too (as much as you can ever get with the Doctor, anyway). Really lovely!

- [livejournal.com profile] agapi42 took a look at a little moment of melancholy after The Christmas Invasion, and it's absolutely breathtaking. Packs a real punch in very few words - spectacular writing. :D

- [livejournal.com profile] imsane_honest wrote Boxes and Shrubbery (part two is here), which is an absolutely hilarious script-formatted crossover between Doctor Who and The Middleman. The voices are just bang-on, and it is amusing and witty, and oh my goodness it's fun!

- [livejournal.com profile] primsong put everybody's favourite Scots from Doctor Who and TOS in a (console) room together. It is absolutely, wonderfully hilarious.

Anyway, that was an amazing experience, and I'm definitely looking forward to next year! :D

Now go tell these people how awesome they are!
eponymous_rose: (DW | Master | Evilco)
Happy birthday, [livejournal.com profile] viedma! Hope you had a great one.

On the topic of, um, birthdays, it's time for an MST3K short, clearly.

eponymous_rose: (DW | Seven | Ace | Into the Sunset)
There've been lots of posts about fandom in general recently, following this amazing article, and [livejournal.com profile] cryptictac has set up a Fannish Appreciation Meme to, you know, remind us why we're here. And you know how I love a meme.

The Fandom Appreciation Meme: My Thread


Honestly, it's just so amazing to sit back and really think about what we're doing here; I know I'm not exactly the most sociable person, but I was loads worse when I first joined LJ just over a year ago. Chatting about the shows we love, the books we read, the things we do and think and dream - well, it all seems perfectly natural, doesn't it? It's the convention experience every time you log on, only you wind up talking about silly things and serious things and things that have nothing to do with anything. It's a different world in here, and it's easy to forget all the amazing things that come with it. Friendship half a world apart, for one.

I remember, when I was about thirteen, calling an e-mail correspondent a "friend" and getting a strange, almost scandalized look from my mom. "But you've never met her!" Come to think of it, I've never actually met a single one of the 158 people on my flist, but I have stayed up until four AM debating the edibility of various actors, pitching terrifyingly bizarre new TV series that are SURELY BRILLIANT and just waiting for the right audience, and generally discussing the things that matter most in life. Friends in the 'real world' who'll sit down and chat with me until the wee small hours about nothing in particular? I can count them on the fingers of one hand, and I call myself lucky to have that many.

And it's not just the friends I've made that get me all gleeful; it's the ones I've just met, the ones I haven't had a chance to get to know yet who have precisely one fandom in common with me. It's a starting point; sometimes it works out, sometimes it doesn't. But that's half the fun, isn't it?

To sum up: ♥ you all.
eponymous_rose: (DW | BF | Prattling)
(First off, I've gotta put on my hey-you-kids-get-off-my-lawn face, because there are kids. On my lawn. Drinking and smoking and carousing and whatnot. On the plus side, they're all lightweights enough that they're walking into trees, and it's only 11 PM. I anticipate lights-out by midnight. But are those... are those bagpipes I hear on the horizon? Uh-oh.)

Halfhearted grouchiness aside (they do look funny when they bump into trees, after all), a proposition! I would love to try my hand at podfic - that is, recording a fic as a podcast of AWESOME ([livejournal.com profile] flo_nelja, j'ai aimé tant "Eclats de lumière" que je suis bien tentée de la podficcer comme exemplaire de mes, euh, "talents". ;) Içi, il n'y a personne avec qui je peux converser en français (misère que cette ville est presque totalement Anglophone), et j'aimerais bien ne pas perdre ce que j'ai acquis en étudiant la langue. (Ben, ça fait trois ans déjà depuis que je l'ai étudiée, mais j'espère que je ne suis pas totalement incohérente...) L'opportunité! Je ne peux pas l'ignorer. Je serais probablement trop gênée pour le poster en fin de compte, mais ça me ferai du bien de l'essayer, quand-même! Mais, bien sûr, je le ferai seulement si ça te va!).

The primary obstacle? I am so horribly microphone-shy. Seriously. I babble and babble and then you put a mic in front of my face and I get all wibbly and can't make a sound much louder than a whisper.

So! An exercise to stop my stammering and mumbling.

Voicepost Meme of Doom

Ask me a question - any question! - and I'll reply in a voicepost. Fannish! Nonfannish! Ask me to say your favourite nonsense sentence! Ask me why it takes forever for me to reply to memes! ([livejournal.com profile] persiflage_1, I will someday get to the one you tagged me on! *winks*) Test the limits of my awesome Canadian accent! For bonus marks, ask me to reply in French! (Seriously, do. I don't get to practise nearly enough because nobody speaks it here, and it's been three full years since I was in Immersion and I need to work on my accent liek woah. Also, it'd be amusing!)
eponymous_rose: (Default)
(Apologies for the impromptu hiatus - wound up taking a bit of a holiday from the intarwebs, with the exception of various and sundry fannish requirements. No bad stuff going on! Very good stuff on the whole, spending time with family + cats and reading and playing piano and doing some of that crazy writing thing every now and then. Just needed to take a bit of a step back, apparently.)

First, a quick pimp: [livejournal.com profile] tardis_view has 103 members! That's craziness! For those of you who've not heard me go on about this yet, it's a comm in which you can give people tours of various localities around the world. Thus! Join the community, and you've got a TARDIS of your very own, complete with tour guides wherever you might wind up. There's a gorgeous tour of The Cloisters in NYC, as well as a beautiful log of a trip to Gambia. Come on in and start travelling!

Pimp number two: [livejournal.com profile] livelongnmarry ends at midnight Pacific time, which is in about 10 hours. It's your last chance to buy up all the great stuff around! Last I checked, the comm had raised over $30,000 for marriage equality. SO COOL.

I've offered:
- 5 lots of 1,000,000 NP, the currency in Neopets, which is a guilty pleasure of mine and features about a billion online games, such random things as a stock market and auctions and trading, and some adorable online pets to pamper. For the purpose of comparison, you get... 250 NP? 500? when you create a new account. This is quite a lot more to start out with! So far, four of the lots are going for $20 each, and one is going for $25.

- 1 fic by request, with several fandoms to choose from, including Doctor Who (Classic or New series), House MD, Sherlock Holmes, Man from U.N.C.L.E., Sapphire and Steel, The Prisoner, The West Wing, Danger Man, The Sarah Jane Adventures, The X-Files, or any combination of the above. [livejournal.com profile] elyssadc is awesomely winning this one with a $30 bid. :D

- 10 ficlets by request, in which you give me at least twenty prompts, and I fill at least ten of them over August. Fandoms are the same as the above. [livejournal.com profile] livii is awesomely winning this one with a $20 bid. :D

Last you'll hear of me on that score, until the fics get posted. Go out and bid!

(Also - won the ebay lot of 15 Lord Peter Wimsey novels, which should apparently arrive Friday - Mondayish, which is right smack in the middle of my 7 straight eleven-hour shifts of doom! This is awesome timing, I think.)
eponymous_rose: (DW | Four | Romana | But that's crazy ta)
This should be the last, but the return of the daily fics is too well-timed to resist.

For [livejournal.com profile] livelongnmarry, I've offered up some of the daily fics - the idea is that you give me a list of at least 20 prompts (could be wild and wacky or totally dark or with peculiar pairings), and I'll write at least 10 of them over the month of August as my daily fics. You know me - I love getting prompts, but it seems to take me forever to act on any of them. Here's your chance to make me dance like the puppet I am! Ever wanted more exciting Borusa/Frobisher interaction? How about crossovers? Number Six duking it out with the Sixth Doctor? Bidding's started at $5.

(Hush, in another life I was a successful businessperson.)

In other news, the Liz/Barbara fic is Way Too Dark (to the point of being dull) and needs a rewrite, curses. Should make an appearance sometime soon!
eponymous_rose: (DW | Ian | DANCE!)
First, the [livejournal.com profile] livelongnmarry news! You guys, [livejournal.com profile] rosa_acicularis has a post here, offering up fanfic. I make special note of this because she's the one who wrote the awesome remix for [livejournal.com profile] netgirl_y2k's super-awesome "The Boy Who Killed Time", and I know lots of you are fans. GO BID.

My fic is going for $25 at present (you're amazing, [livejournal.com profile] livii!) and there have been bids on all five of my Neopets lots here (gold stars to [livejournal.com profile] mimiheart, [livejournal.com profile] misura, and especially to [livejournal.com profile] settiai!). That's $100 raised so far! I really do encourage you guys to offer up your services, or bid, or both! There's some truly amazing stuff up there.

In other fannish news, [livejournal.com profile] tardis_view has reached 65 members! Everyone seems extremely nice, and I really am looking forward to giving folks a tour of my city. Half the fun is looking at your own home in a different light, seeing all the little things you'd love to show off. Thanks to everyone who joined, and everyone who pimped it out! Looks like it could definitely be a success.

And now, a meme stolen from [livejournal.com profile] jb_wolfsies. I can't promise an answer to all of the questions, but I'll do my best!

Pick a fandom (or two) and I'll tell you:

1. The first character I fell in love with.
2. The character I never expected to love as much as I do now.
3. The character everyone else loves that I don't.
4. The character I love that everyone else hates.
5. The character I used to love but don't any longer.
6. The character I would shag anytime.
7. The character I'd want to be like.
8. The character I'd slap.
9. A pairing that I love.
10. A pairing that I hate.


Edit: Because a list of my fandoms might help: Doctor Who, Sherlock Holmes, The Avengers, Dead Like Me, Jeeves and Wooster, Man from UNCLE, Sapphire and Steel, Sarah Jane Adventures, The Prisoner, Twin Peaks, X-Files, The West Wing, House, Danger Man, etc. etc. etc.
eponymous_rose: (DW | K9 Notes Your Silliness)
Okay, okay. This is a bit on the silly side, but I couldn't resist the chance - for [livejournal.com profile] livelongnmarry, I've offered up my Neopoints for the Neopets.com game in five lots of 1,000,000 NP. Check it out! It's a fun and strangely addictive game, and a million NP will get you a phenomenal start on it. I don't play nearly as often as I used to, but I've always found it's great fun to work my way up from nothing and I wouldn't mind the chance to start again. For a good cause, no less! If you know folks who play the game, please let them know about this chance. :D

In other news, huge thanks to [livejournal.com profile] elyssadc for bidding $20 on my fic! (Double awesome because I know you'll come up with an excellent prompt.) You can follow the bidding here. (Also, thanks to [livejournal.com profile] samtyr and [livejournal.com profile] ctorres for starting off the bidding!)

I really do encourage folks to post some interesting stuff up there - it's pretty awesome and there are some phenomenal bids going around! I've just checked my Paypal account and I do have a bit of money available to spend - feel free to comment with your lots here!
eponymous_rose: (DW | TARDIS | Old School Funky Planet)
Members of the flist, I draw your attention to [livejournal.com profile] livelongnmarry, a comm where folks can put fanworks or real-life works up for auction in support of marriage equality. Further information is in the user info - you donate to your preferred organisation fighting for marriage equality, use that as a bid in an auction, and win an awesome fanwork or other work for your support. Bidding closes on July 15th - right up until then, you can offer up your own works as well.

I have a fic up for auction, at a minimum of 2500 words, with possibilities in a variety of fandoms including Doctor Who (Classic or New series), House MD, Sherlock Holmes, Man from U.N.C.L.E., Sapphire and Steel, The Prisoner, The West Wing, Danger Man, The Sarah Jane Adventures, and The X-Files. Or any combination of the above!

I'm always game when fandom's got a chance to do some good in the real world. I encourage you to go out and bid!

Edit: One day I will actually link things where they're supposed to go.
eponymous_rose: (DW | Sarah | ZOMG!!!)
Based on the number of people I've spoken to recently who would love to visit their flist but haven't the means/opportunity, I've teamed up with [livejournal.com profile] wondygal, [livejournal.com profile] rosa_acicularis, and [livejournal.com profile] tigerkat24 to create a community where you can do just that.

[livejournal.com profile] tardis_view - the idea is to provide a tour of your hometown/neighbourhood/country through whatever media you choose, be they picspams or short videos or descriptive narratives. It's like a TARDIS for us fans, giving us a bit of a chance to see the world with less in the way of hassle. Even if you're not going to provide a tour, you're more than welcome to come aboard as a companion, to see the strange places we all hang out.

Check out the profile for more information!

Tell your friends!

Edit: I should clarify that it's not limited to Doctor Who fans. All welcome!
eponymous_rose: (DW | Romana | Party)
My very first comment at [livejournal.com profile] who_anon, and I didn't even go anon for it. I fail at being sneaky. D:

And am doing the whole BNF-related freakout again, because. Scary to be considered a Big Name Fan with all of one year in fandom. Really, a bit. This is not the first time, either.

LJ is so strange. I go around friending people who confess to being too shy to friend me, and then I realise that there is still a sizeable list of people I am too shy to friend. Social awkwardness at its best!

So that got me to thinking. What do you look for in an LJ friend? Someone whose fic you enjoy? Whose opinions you share? Who is or isn't part of a certain community? Who might post something interesting at some point and so deserves to be watched? Do you take it personally when people defriend? I am curious! (Feel free to anon if need be.)

For friending others, I tend to do it only if we've chatted a couple times and/or share lots of common interests, due to the above shyness factor. If someone friends me, I usually friend back even if we haven't chatted, so long as said person's journal is updated once in a while with stuff that catches my interest. Defriendings don't bother me, because people move on! I do tend to be a bit single-minded, yes, and if you're not interested in the contents of that single mind, I can only imagine how excruciating it might be.

Anyway, yes! Thoughts?
eponymous_rose: (DW | Barbara | Ian)
First off, Happy Birthday to [livejournal.com profile] lizbee! Here in the past, it's still the twelfth for another eighteen minutes, anyway. ;) Hope your day was excellent!

Have been working today on my the first of my crazy Random Pairing Generator fics. And, as is so often the case, the sheer cracktasticness of the prompt means that the fic itself is dark and terribly serious and full of woe. Also, apocalypse. But it is Barbara/Liz! Surely we can forgive some worlds ending for that pairing.

Hey, new layout! It's probably quite temporary, since I'm already fed up with some of the broken bits of it (most notably its stretchiness and strange narrowness and such). I do like the header, though. Balloons! Clock faces! Little dashed lines and things!

Have rekindled my odd obsession with the board game Monopoly, because. Well. It is strangely amusing to have various characters from fandom playing this game. (Fraser keeps losing because he is too nice, I have decided. And Silver cheats. Also, Donna seems to get Park Place and Boardwalk through dice rolls alone every time.) This new habit is not at all strange, no.

In other news, I'm planning on starting up my coin collection again. Yay, coins! Shininess + history = major draw for me. I will need to rescue them from my parents' house, though, and maybe see if I can persuade my brother to part with his collection for a shiny quarter. Anyone else here indulge in numismatics?

And speaking of history, my Mom came across a brilliant old photo album that my Granddad kept during WWII. There are pictures of planes and things, since he was a pilot, but also some amazing aerial views of cities in India and palaces and such. It's really interesting - he never much talked about that part of his life, so I guess it's that old cliché where you feel you know someone better after they died, etc. But not in the Due South way, with the talkative ghosts following you around and building offices in your closet. Er. Yes. Point being that my Dad's going to digitize this collection of photos. They're really amazing.

Tomorrow? Groceries, further fandoming, exercising the knee, and lots and lots of cleaning. Possibly ice cream, too. And after cleaning comes picspam of the apartment, long overdue!

Five straight days of shifts, starting Saturday. Once more unto the etc.

Meme time!

Jun. 10th, 2008 01:27 pm
eponymous_rose: (DW | Susan)
Gakked from [livejournal.com profile] azdak, though I have done it before, because yay!

Reply to this post and I will:

a) tell you why I friended you,
b) associate you with something - fandom, a song, a color, a photo, etc.,
c) tell you something I like about you,
d) tell you a memory I have of you,
e) ask something I've always wanted to know about you,
f) tell you my favorite user pic of yours.


Even if you've answered it before, I shall endeavour to have new and exciting insights. Also, not limited to folks on my flist, because I know there are lurkers about - if I've seen you around fandom, I will endeavour to answer this for you as well. :D

As a bonus, post a bunch of your favourite TV shows in the comments. Looking for recommendations!
eponymous_rose: (DW | Sarah | ZOMG!!!)
I cling to my interwebs, I do. And now I'm back, after finally receiving internet and getting abducted by family before I have a chance to properly enjoy it. Zany!

Since I don't think I could catch up very well on two weeks of fannish madness, anyone care to fill me in? Link me to your latest fics! Your latest vids! Your latest icons (er, once I've got this whole paypal thing sorted and actually have room for them)! Your new favourites! Your old favourites! Pizza! Cookies! Actually, it may be time for lunch!

As far as I can tell, I missed a spot of Drama (shock, awe) in the Who fandom, which resulted in many defriendings and possibly a few dramatic fanfares and harrowing battles. Doubtless there was glory for all involved. Er. Yeah. Haven't a clue what it's all about, can probably guess, would rather not know.

Anyway! I'm for AIM just at the moment, so if anyone's about, I'm eponymousrose (no underscore). Poke me and chat! Catch me up! Curtail my worrying exclamation point habit!
eponymous_rose: (S&S | Divergence)
(I shall keep my spoilers below the cuts.)

Well, I managed to finish Sapphire and Steel, audios and TV show and all, and that was just a huge amount of fun. And yes, I did listen to that interview where somebody (possibly the producer) was talking about what a challenge it is to adapt this show to audio because we really don't know a thing about the main characters at the end of the TV series (I mean, the opening credits are about as much information as we're given), so you can either couch everything in mystery and stay perfectly true to TV, or you can develop it in different ways and risk getting called OOC. I suppose it's a bit like fanfiction, then, isn't it, where staying too true to canon can make for a terribly dull story? Whatever the case, while I think the risks they took in the second series really paid off, it's definitely not the same Sapphire and Steel - but the transition is believable.

Now, I adored The Mystery of the Missing Hour, which should come as no surprise given my addiction to clever, gimmicky-type audios (the only one I can think of in the Big Finish line that really didn't work for me was the Doctor Who audio Flip-Flop). I mean, voice actors playing themselves! And, uh, lots of totally random sex and violence! And purposefully terrible writing! And... and Egypt and things! And UNEXPECTED COLIN BAKER was really, really cool - I almost recognised his voice! (Hey, it was two in the morning. Cut me some slack.)

But yes. Very, very neat and meta - like a cross between Scherzo, The Chimes of Midnight, Live 34, and a bit of Doctor Who and the Pirates thrown in for good measure. It had absolutely hilarious moments, and the ending was pretty chilling, yes (though the last few moments where spoiler ) were spoiled by the fact that my iPod cheerfully cued up Cake's cover of "I Will Survive" immediately afterwards). And it was clever - all the gratuitous referencing of other audios (Gold! Silver! Books and things!) actually worked, and I had such a good time listening to the piano music in the background of the dénouement, which ran through everything from the theme to the assorted omnipresent nursery rhymes. Oh, and I see what they did thar with Sarah Douglas making the reference to Superman II.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to listening again and maybe not starting with the second CD this time (I only noticed the fact 20 minutes later, whoops). And eek, all done! Considering that my other two active fandoms are Doctor Who and Sherlock Holmes, it's weird to have so little to work with here. But kind of nice. I've got a fic in the works already, hurrah!

Off to go door-to-door apartment hunting after school this afternoon, which will hopefully go well now I've got my roommates' blessing. Hee!
eponymous_rose: (DW | Seven | Rice Pudding)
First off - very important question:

[Poll #1136252]

I like it. Unless somebody makes me a super-awesome custom DW layout (any takers? *nudgenudge*), I'll probably stick with it. :D

Argumentum Ad Metam clocked in at just under 20,000 words (19,767) - since I can manage to write a self-contained fic of that length in one week, on top of school and work and volunteering... well, and midterms, I think I'll be all right for [livejournal.com profile] tardis_bigbang. Right? Right.

(I may go back and rewrite this one at some point - so much got cut because I was just trying to finish on time. Originally there was supposed to be another large-scale incident like the warehouse fire, and DCI Snell was going to actually get a much bigger part, but, well. What can you do?)

Went downstairs this morning to discover that my part of the fridge is mysteriously full of tupperware containers of shrimp and spinach risotto! I think my roommate got bored again - she cooks. Mmm. Unexpected food is the very best kind!

And join us over at [livejournal.com profile] legsofscience, you guys - we're rewatching "Spearhead From Space" this month, which is made of awesome! (Come on. Autons? The Doctor being overly protective of his shoes? An excellent Brig/Liz-as-Mulder/Scully scene? You know you want to join us! No previous Three-watching experience necessary, either.)
eponymous_rose: (DW | Barbara | Ian)
Yes, that's right. I'm going to go watch "The Chase", because that's where my Doctor Who Watching of Power has led me (I think I'm starting to get the hang of watching reconstructions, which is probably a good thing at this stage of the game). And then I'll probably get all wibbly and write sappy, sappy fic. Oh dear.

"The Space Museum" was full of delightful SKIENCE! The last ten minutes of the first episode mostly consisted of "Here! Have another temporal paradox! And another! And another! AND NOW WE'LL DO IT WITH UNEXPECTED ORCHESTRAL SCORE!"

Also, Ian very enthusiastically ripped Barbara's cardigan off. Just, y'know, pointing that out. (I love that she was just more mildly annoyed than shocked or anything, in a sort of "hey-not-in-front-of-Vicki" way.)

I'm also reading "Time and Relative", which is a Telos novella that is Susan's Livejournal diary shortly prior to "An Unearthly Child". It's got some nice moments in it; I'll probably have meta once I finish reading it.

And before I forget: Thanks so much to [livejournal.com profile] inlaterdays for the lovely, lovely rose in my profile! :D

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