“There’s rivalry between the Harry Potter fans and the Twilight fans. And Twilight fans think they’re much cooler than the Harry Potter fans. And I’m like, I dunno why, they’d all get their ass kicked by the Doctor Who fans.”—
“Okay, screw the continuity argument. I don’t want Blaine to be a junior because my heart is firmly set on Kurt and Blaine moving to New York City together with Rachel at the end of the season, and having Blaine still be on Glee with Kurt gone? No me gusta.”—
I've been mega busy recently, and so haven't been able to keep up with my frantic Office viewing.
I’m only on episode 6 of season 3. Wah.
Pam and Jim just had a really nice/awkward phone call.
I CANNOT HANDLE THIS.
Thankfully, I seem to be the only one in my house that watches stuff online, so megavideo only times out after I’ve watched loads of stuff, as opposed to last year, when all of us watched TV online at the same time. Not good.
This is a Twitter to try and save the show, I’d imagine any self-respecting Whovian will follow it!
I don’t ever ask people to reblog things from me but please reblog this so as many people as possible can see it and try and save it!
If this is is so they can fund utter lowbrow shite like another series of Lee Nelson I’m going to kick something.
I complained last night and have already received a respone! (Although it’s probably just a standard one…)
Dear Miss Green
Thanks for contacting us regarding ‘Doctor Who Confidential’ on BBC Three.
We understand you’re unhappy the series is coming to an end.
The ‘Doctor Who’ spin-off series, ‘Doctor Who Confidential’ has been a great show for BBC Three over the years, but our priority now is to build on original British commissions, unique to the channel. We regularly have to make difficult decisions and unfortunately sometimes they will prove to be unpopular with sections of the audience.
We’d like to assure you the feedback we’ve received has been included on our audience log. This is an internal report of audience feedback which we compile daily and is available for viewing by all our staff. This includes all programme makers and commissioning executives, along with our senior management. It ensures that the issues our audience raise with us are circulated and considered across the BBC.