Does the decades-popular sci-fi series Doctor Who promote ‘the gay agenda,’ whatever exactly that may be? That’s what some viewers are saying, and the BBC has actually received formal complaints about the show. Some complaints further allege that the network itself is biased in favor of a ‘pro-gay’ viewpoint. Show More Summary
It is often said, in the tradition of quips on life and livelihood dating back to ancient Rome, that we must strive to live every day as though there were no tomorrow. This might especially be the case this time of year, as glasses are raised and...
A Doctor Who fan in England gave one squirrel in her garden an unusual upgrade, hanging a homemade feeder that made the animal appear as if it had transformed into one of the show’s iconic villains. Emma Young, a devoted fan of Doctor...Show More Summary
As I watch the business world’s fascination with the electronic medical record (EMR) and all of the big data that it accumulates, I see more and more processes codified and treatment pathways carefully honed. Only one small thing remains until the computer can tell doctors how to behave based on the developed algorithms: To turn […]
Part 1 of SciFi Weekend looked at shows from the past week, including Last Christmas, this year’s Doctor Who Christmas special. Part II lists some of the top and most improved shows of the year. The point is not really to rank them so much as to highlight shows worth watching. Really, how do you [...]Show More Summary
The impact will vary by state, but a study by the Urban Institute, a nonpartisan research organization, estimates that doctors who have been receiving the enhanced payments will see their fees for primary care cut by 43 percent, on average. Stephen Zuckerman, a health economist at the Urban Institute and co-author of the report, said […]
You may want to think again before scarfing down that Big Mac, if you live in the UK. In an attempt to combat obesity, doctors are now being required to
The oldest man on the cell block is also a first timer who is learning how to be in the here and now. The post The Doctor is in appeared first on The Good Men Project.
This year’s Doctor Who Christmas special, Last Christmas is a “dreamy-weamy”combination of a variety of Steven Moffat tropes and old movies. The early scenes combined elements of Doctor Who episodes such as Blink, Listen, the Silent from The Impossible Astronaut with the Alien movie series. Instead of not blinking, or not being able to see [...]Show More Summary
10. Let's Keep Guns Out of the Hands of..... 9. How Hard Is It To Find a Psychiatrist? Tell me your stories! 8. Insurance (or Not), Flotation Tanks, and Involuntary Commitment. 7. The doctor will see you NOW! 6. Who are the Mentally Ill? Please take my Brief Survey! (please note: the survey is closed but the results can be found here ) 5. Show More Summary
There are a couple of humans there, too.
An interesting conversation took place on Facebook and email, and I thought I would bring it to a new space in order to continue it (by which I mean, rope more people in). I watched the Doctor Who Christmas special along with 8 billion other Whovians. You may notice that I said 8 billion and […]
Last night, ESPN’s “30 for 30? and BBC America’s “Doctor Who” topped the Nielsen Twitter ratings. “The O’Reilly Factor” was in third and all of you sickos tweeted enough about the AUDIENCE Network’s “Black Mirror” to put it in fourth. On Christmas. Really? PBS’s “Vicious” rounded out the night. New Career Opportunities Daily: The best jobs in media.
This week's holiday-themed 'Doctor Who' was a throwback to earlier episodes, in more ways than one.
Jenna Coleman has confirmed that she will continue to star in Doctor Who- Entertainment Weekly Mel B spends Christmas with husband Stephen Belafonte despite rumored marriage problems- Gossip Cop Watch Forever In Your Mind‘s ‘Winter Wonderland’ cover- Just Jared Jr Why was It’s A Wonderful Life racy for theaters?- Huffington Post Danny Trejo goes shirtless [...]
Christmas came right on time for fans of Doctor Who's companion Clara. After weeks of speculation about the future of the newest Doctor's comely assistant, actress Jenna Coleman on Christmas Day confirmed that she will be returning to the long-running sci-fi series. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Doctor Who Jenna-Louise Coleman
“Last Christmas” is the tenth Doctor Who Christmas special in as many Christmases — a decade of Russell T. Davies’ and Steven Moffat’s annual systematic warping of holiday traditions and iconography. The ongoing Simpsons “Treehouse of Horror” aside, holiday TV has surely never seen anything quite like it. A single Who... More »
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Good news for fans of Jenna Coleman, who has played companion to the Doctor on the last season and a half of "Doctor Who": She's not going anywhere. At least for now.