Hi! Well, it’s Towel Day, isn’t it? Yeah. So I’ve got my towel, and I hope you all have your towels because, of course, it’s Towel Day. And, in honor of the occasion, instead of reading from Douglas Adams’ work, which I enjoy, but I’m not very good at it. <laugh> Probably, um, I thought I would talk about why I love The Hitchhikers Guide and Douglas Adams so much. I wrote these things down.
Hi, I’m reading Doctor Who: A History. And I have to tell you, this is one of the coolest books I’ve read in ages. I am loving, loving, loving this book. I mean, this goes through, truly, how the show was developed. It goes over every season, every Doctor. Well, up to a certain point of course, because, you know, it’s, uh, when was this published? I didn’t even see. Anyway, the point is it’s fantastic. It’s just a fantastic book. And I mean, it goes into how they created the show, the whole concept of the show, the characters, in great detail. You know, a lot of thought went into creating those first characters, that first Doctor and all of that. And how the Doctors change over time, how the personalities change, how the show itself seemed to be kind of creating its world as it went.
Well, I promised you a review of this book, so I’m going to give it to you right now.