The Adventures of Neicy

A blog featuring the musings of a journalist, blogger, and aspiring writer.

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Never forget that Stephen Colbert (the character) succeeded in getting his portrait accepted in the Smithsonian. It’s no longer in view, but now since he will become the new host of “Late Night,” might I suggest an exhibit on late night talk shows at the National Museum of American History? (I mean, look at all the artwork Conan O’Brien’s fans did! I’m sure someone suggested it at some point.)

Never forget that Stephen Colbert (the character) succeeded in getting his portrait accepted in the Smithsonian. It’s no longer in view, but now since he will become the new host of “Late Night,” might I suggest an exhibit on late night talk shows at the National Museum of American History? (I mean, look at all the artwork Conan O’Brien’s fans did! I’m sure someone suggested it at some point.)

  • 9th April
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  • 8th April
    2014
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entertainmentweekly:

Whoa. Whoa.

When I read about this this morning, I couldn’t believe it. “Archie” was one of the first comics I read and the “Life with Archie” storyline gave new life to the characters. Having grown up with the gang since the sixth grade, I felt that they (literally) grew up with me. It’s true that Archie Comics have taken more risks in recent years, but (spoilers) killing off a main character, nay, the title character, is the biggest of them all. I can’t wait to see how this will pan out.

Oh, who am I kidding?! I’m going to bawl my eyes out!

entertainmentweekly:

Whoa. Whoa.

When I read about this this morning, I couldn’t believe it. “Archie” was one of the first comics I read and the “Life with Archie” storyline gave new life to the characters. Having grown up with the gang since the sixth grade, I felt that they (literally) grew up with me. It’s true that Archie Comics have taken more risks in recent years, but (spoilers) killing off a main character, nay, the title character, is the biggest of them all. I can’t wait to see how this will pan out.

Oh, who am I kidding?! I’m going to bawl my eyes out!

  • 4th April
    2014
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Changing time is tricky. It’s a bit like a detective story: so as long there isn’t an actual body, you’ve got a certain amount of wiggle room – for instance, if the body has, rather conveniently, been burned on a boat in Utah.

Here’s the thing: I can change the future so long as the future has not already been established as part of my own past. I can’t rescue Amy and Rory because I already know that I didn’t.

But what do I know about Trenzalore? There’s a big monument that looks very like my TARDIS. There’s a temporal fissure leading to my timeline. Maybe it’s my grave. Maybe, one day, it’s my burial ground. Maybe it is something else entirely, and we got it all wrong. Don’t know. Don’t plan to find out for as long as possible.

The main thing is, Clara still jumped into my time stream, and ended up helping me through all of my life. All that is established, unchanged – but there’s wiggle room!

"The Doctor" helps Steve Moffat explain the TARDIS’ appearance in "The Name of the Doctor" in the next issue of Doctor Who Magazine.