Pretty soon I'm going to have to outline the whole thing. Or at least write the overall plotline in a couple of paragraphs. Writing serials is hard, you know that? How am I supposed to write the beginning if I don't know how it ends? How do I foreshadow if I'm not sure where it's going? What if I figure out halfway through that my plotline doesn't work?
Ignore it and charge onward! Ignore it and write an extra-smutty part to bewitch your minds and ensnare your senses!
We watched more Doctor Who. We've watched as far as "Dalek" and are having fun. Not brilliant SF, but it's entertaining television and it isn't taking itself too seriously. Generally we're aware of when the series is making references to older Who stuff; the nostalgia cues in the direction are painfully obvious. The writing is pretty stumbly and heavy-handed at times; lots of television-stupidity about real-life details. But Eccleston carries me through. I'd cheerfully watch him do anything at this point.
Thoroughly enjoyed Penelope Wilton as the future PM and architect of Britain's golden age. And also enjoyed Simon Pegg as The Editor bad-guy.
We might like Torchwood better than we did first go-round after watching this: hubby was happy to shout, "hey, that's Toshiko! That's Gwen as a maid! hey!" Though that wouldn't be hard; we thought Torchwood was kinda blah. Jack's appeal is entirely lost on me. I suspect it'll feel different with some context.