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FiledRose crouched down beside the Doctor. "That's a mystery, then."

The Doctor looked up at her, with a grin. "The up to your armpits in corpses by the third chapter kind of mystery? Or the I seem to have misplaced my spectacles kind of mystery?"

"The second." Rose blinked, making a mental note to avoid mystery novels. "I can't find my nail file."

Wriggling out from under the console, the Doctor handed Rose her file. "I've been using it to clean around the switches."

"Thanks." Rose noted the gunk build-up on the end and handed it back. "You keep it."

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dw100challenge #71: hardboiled detective novel

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laridian
1st Jun, 2005 11:49 (UTC)
Heh! I didn't know you were a DW fan too. :) I must be the last person on earth to have not seen any 9th Doctor eps, mostly because they weren't available 'round here. :/ But I like you fics no matter what. ^_^
redwolf
1st Jun, 2005 12:03 (UTC)
The ABC (Australian equivalent of the BBC) has been playing most of the episodes from the beginning. Which is pretty cool, as I haven't seen much of the series — all of the fifth Doctor and some of the fourth — so I loved getting to see the first, second and third Doctors.

The new series aired its second episode on Saturday and it rocks. Certainly enough to warrant me downloading all episodes aired so far in the UK. Got all excited to find that the first DVD is released here in a couple of weeks (it's already out on the UK), so I'll have a boxed set before the end of the year. Yay! Christopher Eccleston goodness shall be mine.

Keep an eye out for Second Coming. I'd be surprised if the US fundies let it in (unless they see the ads and don't actually watch it), but, aside from being deliciously subversive, it's a nice preview for Doctor Who, with Christopher Eccleston in the lead and Russell T Davies writing.