Please note that it is still Tuesday where I am. All hail Dr. Geek for being why we have managed our fastest turn around ever! Are you wishing to hear of this tale of Pirates? Aye? Then ye need to listen to Article 15.
Okay, from what I have been able to determine Florida does not exactly have a set of streets similar to the intersection in the recent series premier, but I was able to find similar street names somewhat close together. Check it out here.
Not exactly what I was looking for, but just close enough to register as cool on the geek scale …. no?
Well…it’s been available on iTunes and in the sidebar for a couple of days now, but here, at last is the official announcement of Article 12. It covers the last three episodes of season 5, so be prepared to find someplace comfortable to sit…for about an hour and a half.
As expected the series 6 Premier was a ratings hit for BBC America. The Impossible Astronaut, gave the channel the highest ratings in its history. However, The BBC could not make the same claims. Apparently this was the lowest rated series opener since the show returned in 2005.
So why the lower ratings? Maybe the story was too dark?, too complicated, to timey-whimy? No-one knows for sure but as this article reports, conventional wisdom is the ratings drop was due to warm weather in the UK. I guess it is hard to believe good weather could have such an effect, but then again I live in the Sunshine State.
So is this a bad omen or just a glitch? What do you think?
Well this was quick. A official poster replica of the painting from the Series 6 premier can be found here. .
I am not sure where I would put this in my home, but I am sure there are plenty of Who fans just waiting to add this gem to their collection.