i knew i forgot something in my last post.
Renoah, i love the quote in your sig. when you first added it, i thought "that sounds exactly like something the Doctor would say." but i couldn't actually remember ever hearing him say it. then i saw the new episode friday night, and he said it!
it was great. i really think David Tennant brings the same optimism that Tom Baker had. it's incredible how alike i've noticed their Doctors are.
i have a question, and this is the only place i know to ask it. i've been watching a ton of the classics on you tube. i haven't seen all the Sarah Jane eps yet, but in the ones i have seen, there's no K-9. i think the Doctor mentions him a couple times, but that's it. if Romana took him when they split (good ep, btw), how did Sarah Jane have him in the second new season, and why were she and the Doctor acting like it had been the three of them when she was his companion? is K-9 in all the Sarah Jane eps i haven't seen yet?
Martha, i'm so sorry you're feeling like you are. if you think about it, there is a good thing about just not feeling like knitting. you don't miss it. i know it's very little condolence when you feel like total crap, but when you're better, you won't look back and think "i spent a whole day at home and didn't get any knitting done! what's wrong with this picture?" know that you're not alone. being unemployed for so long has a way of making me feel like crap, too! but we all have the Doctor to make us feel just a little bit better.
on that note, i was checking the description for tomorrow night's new ep on sci-fi and discovered that lo and behold 6 eps from the 9th Doctor will be on starting at 8 am!!!
i think i've been having slight Rose withdrawl, so you can imagine how much i am looking forward to tomorrow. i've even started calling the first 2 new seasons "The Rose Years".