Donny – you’re out of your element if you don’t think this is the best Doctor Who / Big Lebowski mashup you’ve ever seen! I mean, he’s the Dood – So that’s what you call him. You know, that or, uh, His Doodeness, or uh, Dooder, or El Dooderino if you’re not into the whole brevity thing.(via Phil Vanelli)
There’s a lot of TV out there, and some it is depressing. On purpose.
That would be the HBO series The Leftovers.
Time will never be the same with this super geek clock. Thanks to Etsy seller LetterThings, this little gem replaced all the numbers with geeky references. Truth be told that once we get a new Doctor Who, noon/midnight will be no more, but let’s just take this one day at a time. No need to rush the clock, AmIRight? And if this timepiece isn’t enough, check out the Harry Potter clock after the break:
Many Geeks love Game of Thrones. Many Geeks love Doctor Who. Many Geeks would love a crossover.
That’s not exactly what’s happening, but Maisie “Arya Stark” Williams is doing a guest shot on Doctor Who this season, or series as the British say.
The latest episode of Gabbing Geek is now up. Come listen to the audio if you didn’t get a chance to watch our live streaming Meerkat of the whole session!
Put your sonic screwdrivers away fellas, this Tardis is for the ladies! Props to Tracy Michelle for constructing this Doctor Who/Victorian/Steampunk Tardis Noir dress. Check out this wonderful dress after the break:
From time to time we run across amazing Fan-Art, and this is no exception. Say hello to the beautifully drawn & colored “New Who” from artist Janey-Jane. If you listen to our podcast, you would know that between Ryan, Watson, and I, Dr. Who was a geek blind spot. To ensure we covered this blind spot we all agreed to watch the series starting from the beginning with the 9th Doctor (because that makes sense). And thanks to that recent watching, we can adequately identify the fist two characters as The Doctor & Rose. (Please don’t ask us to identify the rest, we’re not there yet). But all credit goes back to Janey-Jane. Whovians: Can you identify them all?
At some point every geek franchise goes for time travel. Superman circles the globe at high speeds to make sure he can be in two places at once. Captain Kirk needs to find some humpback whales. I dream of dumping Barney back in the paleolithic age where he belongs. Time travel is what every geek has considered at some point.
But, how exactly does it work?