Doctor Who is a phenomenon and has fans all over the world. To some becoming a fan started when they first saw Christopher Eccleston take Billie Piper by the hand and say the words “I’m the Doctor” but for others, they all have that one actor that they could call their Doctor. An Adventure in Space and Time takes us back to the very beginning though when the BBC decided to create a kids television show like no other, one that would star William Hartnell as a character who is still as popular now as he was 50 years before his creation.
An Adventure in Space and Time tells the story of how Sydney Newman (Brian Cox) gave Verity Lambert (Jessica Raine) the story of creating the new show Doctor Who
Perviously on Mad Men: Don may or may not have returned to his old ways, Roger may or may not have had an terrifying realization about his life and pursuits, Peggy may or may not have gone to greater pastures, Pete may or may not have had gained some emotional maturity, Megan may or may not be the partner Don needs going forward, and Joan may or may not have finally gained the respect she deserves… suffice to say a lot was left hanging by last season’s end. This is Mad Men we’re talking about, after all, the only thing cloudier than the future is the cigarette smoke. However, there were certainties: Lane had a bad year, Betty is not taking her role as the ex-wife well (Ok, I’ll be the first to link to it), Sally is having an ‘interesting’ adolescence, and
1. Peggy knows your stupid beans better than you do.
First of all, when Peggy serves up her infuriated thug grimace, stand back. Shut up. And most importantly, don't pretend you know more than her about beans. After the Heinz exec rejected Peggy's campaign idea, the well-ascoted dame strode to the table, raised her thug jawbone in defiance, and spat, "You have to run with this! It's young! And it's beautiful! No
1. Introducing Don Draper: Sport-o Edition!
Fact: Megan's fashionista instincts are nothing but a good thing. She can look like Marlo Thomas or Jeannie C. Riley on any given day, and last night's episode revealed another trick in her book: Her influence extends to Don, too. Look at our dashing Valentino in his croquet-ready Gene Rayburn gear! Flashy-smashy, indeed. I assume Megan made him wear the
By Christina Garibaldi
Deena and Snooki
Photo: MTV News
Long-distance love isn't always easy to keep alive — just ask Snooki.
While filming the fourth season of "Jersey Shore," the pint-size guidette introduced us to her long-term boyfriend, Jionni. Every week, viewers have listened in on their countless phone conversations, and after much anticipation, Jionni came for a drama-filled visit to Italy on Thursday night's episode.
"It sucked from being with him six months every single day to not being with him, being in another freakin' country and, like, not talking to him. It was really hard," Snooki told MTV News of her overseas love. "It was legit like a long-distance relationship."
Yet, someone who didn't have trouble keeping her relationship strong was JWoww,
When we watch a great movie, we marvel at the fact that no matter how fantastical the plot gets, its themes relate to us on a personal level; at how its characters lead us to fresh insights about ourselves and the world around us.
They make us see a bigger picture because they were conceived by artists who have had deep insights into themselves and the world around them. This is where fiction and reality bleed into one – the realm where Icons are born.
But then there are others who turned out to be Not-So-Great-Detectives, either through miscasting or just being plain bad. One does not need the power of deductive reasoning to see why the following ten actors fell way off the mark...
Roger Moore - Sherlock Homes in New York (1976)
"My name is Holmes,
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