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Last episode of Dr Who and I get as far as the crew all being inside the Dalek's machine, the planets are about to line up and the bloody 'phone rings with a matter that takes me to 11pm to get settled.
Now I have to wait for repeats in twelve months or so to find out what happened and how. I just managed to get a break long enough to see/hear Bernard Cribbens say; "What about you Dr?" and Tennant walked back to the Tardis. Run credits. And I missed the Dr Who Confidential which would have given me some insight.
We won a DVD/VCR player in a raffle yesterday and the one at home was taping 'Who Do You think You Are?'/ James May's 20th Century so I didn't even tape it.
And bugger 'Shift' keys and dyslexic fingers forcing me to edit again!!!1
Bugger again, again!!!!!!
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 09/29/2008 06:59AM by bunyip.
I seem to recall that Romana went through a few different regenerations (like trying on new shoes- I guess the restrictions don't apply to the TimeLadies) before settling on Lalla, who'd already guest starred in another ep.
Tremendous luck, being able to marry someone with pockets full of jelly babies.
Yes, Romanadvoratrelundar (show-off) was played by Mary Tamm, then Lalla Ward.
As an aside (1) Lalla ward later married Richard Dawkins
As an aside (2) I think that Patrick Troughton was the first "Jelly Baby" doctor and Sylvester McCoy the most recent. I vaguely remember that the Jelly Babies were sometimes ther sweets, but always offered as "Jelly Babies".