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50th Anniversary Timey-Wimey Count Up/Down ** Tenth Doctor ** 3rd of 3 Nights

  • Oct 27, 2013 · 6:00 PM
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Our quest to watch a story from a different Doctor every month continues until we reach November and Doctor Who's 50th Anniversary!

This month we will be watching 10 episodes in a multi location,  mini-marathon.

This will be the last night of our Tenth Doctor marathon will be focusing the Doctor's companion Martha Jones.  

Tonight's episodes will be: 

The Shakespeare Code, Smith and Jones, and Blink

About the Event! 

SNACK FEST!  Bring your favorite drinks, popcorn, cookies and other munchies to enjoy.

Parking is available on both Rangeley Drive and Loft Lane.

** Mark does have two cats, just a warning those who may be allergic **

About the Tenth Doctor

The Tenth Doctor has a tendency to babble, mixing apparent nonsense with vital information, sometimes acting erratically to put his enemies off-guard. He is prone to making comments that to outsiders seem obtuse or rude, sometimes to his own embarrassment. In "The Christmas Invasion" and "Tooth and Claw", he is surprised at his own unintentional rudeness when making disparaging remarks, and Jack Harkness, after reuniting with the Doctor, notes that his "new regeneration (is) kinda cheeky". He has a tendency to use technobabble to describe scientific concepts before substituting it with a simpler, analogous explanation, such as his description of non-linear temporal physics as "a big ball of wibbly wobbly, timey wimey stuff". He is also able to rapidly switch between moods, from mania to anger to nonchalance and uses this as a form of reverse psychology on several occasions ("Fear Her", "Love & Monsters" and "Army of Ghosts"). In the latter, by switching gears suddenly after failing to dissuade Yvonne Hartman from her current activities, he is able to make her uncertain enough to get his way. 

-wikipedia.org

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