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Bibliogryphon

Posted 17 April 2015 - 06:13 PM

No, because I don't want him to die! :)

 

Well neither do I but I didn't want Terry Pratchett, Leonard Nimoy or Tony Benn to die either.


themaninblack

Posted 17 April 2015 - 04:28 PM

No, because I don't want him to die! :)


Bibliogryphon

Posted 17 April 2015 - 11:04 AM

 

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...

 

Don't even think about it...

 

 

Is that because you want that line for the DDP?


Posted 17 April 2015 - 12:29 AM

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...

Such talk is heresy !  He shall never die ! (well not for at least 10 years hopefully )


Davey Jones' Locker

Posted 17 April 2015 - 12:22 AM

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...

He could always do an Isadora Duncan and get strangled by his scarf. ;)


themaninblack

Posted 15 April 2015 - 05:05 PM

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...

 

Don't even think about it...


Bibliogryphon

Posted 15 April 2015 - 12:52 PM

 

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...

If he makes the list and dies, he should be replaced by Peter Davison the following year.

 

 

That is the way it should be but I think both Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy will go before Peter Davison.


time

Posted 15 April 2015 - 11:35 AM

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...

If he makes the list and dies, he should be replaced by Peter Davison the following year.


Bibliogryphon

Posted 15 April 2015 - 11:31 AM

Can we talk about Tom Baker?

 

I have no new health information but he is now 81 and is known to have enjoyed a drink in the day. He is still working but is looking decidedly rickity. The previous Doctors all died well before this (William Hartnell & Patrick Troughton @67, Jon Pertwee @76). I am just thinking it might be worth including him next year as a bit of a wildcard and it would be a big death in nerdland.

 

If he does get his own thread the tag line has to be  The end has come but it has been prepared for...


Bibliogryphon

Posted 15 April 2015 - 11:21 AM

 

 

I remember watching The Prisoner with my mum every time it was on (she had total control over the 'box) and she did nothing but complain about how she didn't understand it but still watched every new episode.

 
Same here.  My mum had a bit of a thing for Patrick McGoohan.

Visited Portmerion last weekend. Still quite stunning. A bit expensive to get in mind you. £10.00 per adult.

 

 

I hope you didn't get possessed by Mandragora energy whilst there.


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