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|Merry Christmas DonQuixote, blessings and best wishes for 2015!
MarnetteD|Talk 19:52, 24 December 2014 (UTC)
- I can't wait to see Nick Frost as Santa (well a Dr Who version of Santa anyway). BTW The Curious Case of Santa Claus is a holiday treat. As Jon Pertwee is in the cast it is a double treat for us. There is a wonderful insider joke about his time as the Doctor towards the beginning of the show. Looks like it is available on YouTube if you are interested. Wassail Cheers to you! MarnetteD|Talk 19:52, 24 December 2014 (UTC)
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Request for Comment (Doctor Who)
Hello DQ, I have concerns about an editor-created table on the Doctor Who page. I've detailed my concerns on its talk page decided to be bold and remove the table. Alex reverted it, saying we should wait for consensus. So far I've only had one other person respond to the page and they agreed. How long should I expect to wait? Alex himself has not said how he feels one way or the other. If a significant number of 'adjudicators' is required, I'd appreciate your opinion, and if you know anyone else who'd like to take part please feel free to ask them too. ZarhanFastfire (talk) 06:14, 17 February 2015 (UTC)
A grin from the past
Thanks for the revert here DQ. I do have to say that, as someone who lived through the travails of the show in the mid to late 80s, that was a funny edit. It could be a candidate for WP:BJAODN but only a few readers would get the joke. I hope you are well and enjoy the rest of your weekend. MarnetteD|Talk 21:40, 21 March 2015 (UTC)