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Things We Saw Today: We’re All in for This Doctor Who Time Lord Tango

Plus Avengers 4, Magic: The Gathering and more!

Good news everyone! Britain’s Strictly Come Dancing is just as outlandish as its American counterpart, Dancing With the Stars. This week’s episode featured a Doctor Who-themed number, where journalist Stacey Dooley danced a tango to the original Doctor Who theme. Dooley was dressed as the 13th Doctor while her partner Kevin dressed as a Cyberman.

The number is a delight from start to finish, complete with Dooley emerging from a Tardis and being swung around a projection of a giant clock on the dance floor. In fact, I feel like there could be an entire show that’s just fandom-themed dancers competing with each other. Get on it, Syfy.

(via io9, image: screengrab)

  • We know that Katherine Langford has joined the cast of Avengers 4 in a mystery role, but she be the big screen’s Kate Bishop? (via CBR)
  • If you play Magic: The Gathering, you know how hard choosing a deck can be. (via Kotaku)
  • Celebrate Hallowmeme with these great meme-inspired costume ideas. We especially enjoyed all the dogs dressed as Gritty. (via Daily Dot)
  • Vincent D’Onofrio says that Netflix is not canceling Daredevil and I tend to believe the Kingpin. (via SyfyWire)

It’s been a stressful and difficult week for us all. Wishing all you Mary Suevians a peaceful and calming Sunday.

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