Thursday, January 28, 2010

Emily Brown and the Elephant Emergency.

If all bedtime stories were read in a clever scottish accent like this, I think I would make it a point to listen to more of them. As they're not (and as all stories don't call mothers 'mummy' ) I don't s'pose I will...but then again, a good bedtime story is a good bedtime story, clever sco'ish accent or not. :)


Mythopoeia said...

I'd listen to anything read in Tennant's Scottish accent, haha.

Oh, guess what? I'm back in HI now, and just found out that the first episode of Lost is premiering this Saturday at Waikiki beach, which isn't that far away! I'm trying to decide whether to go or not. I mean, it'd be awesome to see it early, and all the cast will probably show, but I'm a new fan, and I've never gone to a big function like that before. It'll probably be really crowded. What do you think?

Anna said...

If it were me, I would jump at the chance to go. I would be absolutely thrilled. I love Lost, can't wait for it to premiere...but going to THE premiere? Oh yes. You should definitely go. I watched the last part of The End of was so sad! How dare the Tenth Doctor die!

Mythopoeia said...

I went, and it was awesome! I took a billion photographs, and will post some on my blog ASAP. I'll post all of them on FB though, so if you want to look me up on FB, my name is Chelsea Sassone :)

The Doctor's death . . . aaaaaaah, so sad! I actually cried when he regenerated, and I don't usually cry for filmed stuff, haha. I'm gonna miss Tennant A LOT, but I'm hoping the new guy will do a good job.

Anna said...

Ooh yes, do post on your blog! So cool. Man, if only there were actually portals and blue flying boxes....then I could have gone, lol.

It takes a very sad moment for me to cry. I can't remember if I cried when the Doctor regenerated, but I know I've cried during Ten's saddest moments. Maybe when his daughter 'died' in Season Four...I'm disappointed that Ten didn't get to see her again. Oh well. Maybe Eleven.