Last week, we all got our hopes up that the huge gaps in Doctor Who's history, with whole years of the show basically gone, might be filled in with the return of a bunch of missing episodes. And now, the inevitable has happened and reality has set in.
This is kind of amazing. Andrew Cartmel, the script editor of Doctor Who back in the late 1980s, is forced to rewatch some special effects sequences from his time on the show and rate them according to how they look today. Poor guy. [BBC News]
Doctor Who's traveler managed to unseat Prime-Minister Harriet Jones with six words. But when he tried to do the same to Margaret Thatcher, it didn't work out so great. The show's creators admit they were trying to "overthrow the government."