Dedicated to Doctor Who fan Brandy. Happy birthday Brandy!
And that’s it for my impromptu sci-fi theme week!
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Looks like thhe TARDIS needs to be brought in for its anual tune-up
Meh . . . whenever . . . uh wherever
Nice detailing on the tyrono
Ah, a Tutankhasaur
Tenth Doctor, yay!!!
My last year birthday cartoon was great, and so is this one! Thank you so much!
Wibbly wobbly…timey wimey…stuff.
Timey wimey wibbly wobbly bits in … oh, back we go! But not back but forward. Allons-y!
David Tennant, right?
“People assume that time is a strict progression of cause to effect, but *actually* from a non-linear, non-subjective viewpoint – it’s more like a big ball of wibbly wobbly… time-y wimey… stuff.”
The Tardis takes the Doctor where he needs to go… not where he may want to go…
The best Doctor …
… was probably Tom Baker (not to be confused in any way with Colin Baker). If David had been able to hang on as long as Tom did, he might well have taken the all-time honors (alas, David, we barely knew ye …).
Did anyone else read this in David Tennant’s voice?
Not so fun fact: Stegosauruses lived more than twice as long ago as T-Rexes.
🙂 Yes, my theory is that the stegosaurus stowed away aboard the TARDIS!
Except neither lived in Egypt, both were North American.
I should have drawn a Basilosaurus! 🙂
… and this is precisely why the Tardis took him there; obviously a suspicious temporal anomaly to deal with.
Old TARDIS needs a trip to the local repair shop. Err, prehistoric repair cave shop?
Perhaps he needs to save the Silurians.
Silurians, schmilurians; it was a temporal anomaly, I tell you!!
Tyrannosaurus lived closer in time to present humans than he did to the Stegosaurus…they never actually walked the earth at the same time.