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Starting a huge-ass Half-Life co-op marathon today with the boys because we're in iso, so it's better than starting arguments.
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I’ve just ordered a Doom Coalition Eighth Doctor figure from EBay.

I finally decided to accept that I’m probably not going to find the set in the wild, especially with what’s going on in the world right now and set about finding one on eBay for a decent price.

The best deal I could see was £32.99 for the full unopened set and I wasn’t liking that 12.99 markup. So low and behold I eventually find the Doctor figure loose for 14.99. It’s not exactly a steal, but they’re not exactly easy to come by and I’m not particularly bothered about the Dalek anyway (especially not the revised version).

So finally that little Paul McGann shall be mine.
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I had a dream where Peter Davison gave me his autograph.
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'Red Dwarf: The Promised Land' was absolutely fantastic!
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It was. From my understanding, that is the new format for the show, but i certainly don't mind it if it increases the longevity, and lessens the workload.
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I haven’t seen it yet (dodgy TV aerial), but it’ll probably be repeated soon.
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I'd prefer series of 6 short episodes than making a habit of the long ones, it was nice enough for a one-off, but I don't know that I'd be so onboard for that as the always format.
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I understand it's easier to film, and so less strain on the admittedly ageing cast.
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Ashes to Ashes tonight
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There were a couple of people wanted to see this (makes for a very interesting read):

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uyyYAK ... n-PUP/view

“For much has been forgotten, never to be relearned...”
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