The Scores

Here are Sue’s scores for all the Davison episodes in reverse order (and in transmission order when tied):

Four to Doomsday: “Tedious bollocks.” – 1/10
Time-Flight: “I’d like to give the captain one.” – 1/10
Black Orchid: “Peter’s right. It’s rubbish.” – 2/10
The Visitation: “That was crap.” – 3/10
Terminus: “A shambles.” – 3/10
The Awakening: “The plot wasn’t good enough.” – 3/10
Warriors of the Deep: “It pulled itself together at the end.” – 4/10
Snakedance: “Nothing special.” – 5/10
The King’s Demons: “Rushed.” – 5/10
Kinda: “I like it but I didn’t understand it.” – 7/10
Arc of Infinity: “I can’t forgive the chicken.” – 7/10
The Five Doctors: “That was fun.” – 7/10
Frontios: “They were trying to do something different.” – 7/10
Planet of Fire: “Gorgeous locations.” – 7/10
Castrovalva: “Quite profound in places.” – 8/10
Resurrection of the Daleks: “Needlessly complex but fun.” – 8/10
Earthshock: “Excellent.” – 9/10
Mawdryn Undead: “Very, very good.” – 9/10
Enlightenment: “Hire more women.” – 9/10
The Caves of Androzani: “Fabulous.” – 9/10


The Podcast

And now, as promised, here is a very special Wife in Space Podcast:

Song credits: ‘The Trouble with Regeneration’ by Andrew Torrance, ‘The Sight of Nyssa’s Thighs’ by Dave Sanders, ‘The Fanwise Epic’ by John Callaghan, ‘Sue’ by Alexander Kershaw, ‘Forever In Your Debt’ by Peter Lack, and ‘Sad Doctor Who Theme’ by Alison Eales.

Thanks to everyone who sent us stuff to use. I’m really sorry that we couldn’t use everything. However, you will get an acknowledgement in the book. Cheers.

Extra special thanks to Paul Jones.


Coming Soon




  1. wholahoop  November 12, 2012

    “Would you go back and watch The Sea Devils?”
    “Absolutely not”
    “Right answer”

    • DPC  November 12, 2012


      “The Sea Devils” had a good look to it, and has a few great scenes in it, but (to me) it’s felt like a pale rewrite of “The Silurians”, with the Master grafted in… and it’s mostly the Master scenes that hold up!

  2. Bestbrian  November 12, 2012

    Stupid Benton,

    • Dave Sanders  November 12, 2012

      Obviously, the effects at the end of The Time Monster were only temporary.

  3. Jay  November 12, 2012

    Fucking werewolves!!!

  4. Dave Sanders  November 12, 2012

    Alex Kershaw: you ARE Sharaz Jek, and I claim my five pounds of spectrox.

    • AST  November 12, 2012

      Yeah Alex’s tune was awesome in a deeply worrying way. Everything one expects from a WiS podcast contribution, in other words.

      Yes, Paul Darrow, I’m looking at you.

      • Alexander Kershaw  November 13, 2012

        I am still buzzing from the threat of having my balls chopped off.

        It is a joke I promise, i’m definitely not gay.. I have a girlfriend and everything!

        • AST  November 13, 2012

          He protesteth too mucheth.

          Sue…get the ball-cutters.

        • Mark N Patterson  November 13, 2012

          Yes, because it was certainly the possibility that you might be gay which everyone finds a tad unnerving…

  5. wholahoop  November 12, 2012

    Further reflections:

    “Then there’s this” cue that music from Mawdryn – grinning from ear to ear

    “I’ll chop your balls off” – smiling they were not mine being referred to

    Surely Peter Davison would star in Sue’s fantasy “Fifty Shades of Beige”

    “Turn it off” “No way” Another LOL

    Robert Holmes was a script editor who worked on the programme during Davison era – said the pedant

    Loved the word association game at the end, although it was meant to be a fill-in the gaps of the titles game

  6. Dave Sanders  November 12, 2012

    I remember the Windy Tent.

  7. Lord Dalek  November 12, 2012

    When Attack of the Cybermen and Terror of the Vervoids come up, we’ll need to constantly remind Sue who Malcolm Clarke is..

  8. Simon Harries  November 12, 2012

    The Levene moment is quite a shocker isn’t it? You could hear the anger in his voice, it must have been quite alarming to witness in the flesh. No wonder you ran out the front of the hotel. I seem to remember pulling a similar escape act with you both last year xx

    • DPC  November 12, 2012

      At what time in the audio clip? 32 minutes is rather a lot to sift through… all the interview stuff is intermixed with audio clips from the show for some reason…

  9. Mark Taylor  November 12, 2012

    Avon DID NOT just say that!! Crikey.

    • encyclops  November 12, 2012

      God, I love him.

      Great podcast, everyone! I couldn’t quite make out all the swears behind the bleeping but I’m not sure I should go back and try.

  10. Gavin Noble  November 12, 2012

    I don’t care if Levene still had half a gig to do – there is no excuse for behaving like that towards anyone. I don’t think I’ll be able to watch an episode with Benton in the same way again after hearing that.

    Fun to listen to.

    PS Neil – slight typo in the comment about Warriors of the Deep unless Sue really did pull it all together at the end!

    • Mister  November 12, 2012

      It is a terrible thing for John Levene to do, but I don’t think it will affect how I see Benton. If I always see characters as the actors themselves, I wouldn’t be able to watch Tom Baker.

  11. Nick Mays  November 12, 2012

    Jesus Christ, Benton!

    (Sorry Sue – someone had to say it!)

    Some of these luvvies are so precious, eh? ;o)

  12. Nick Mays  November 12, 2012

    Brilliant Podcast Guys, absolutely loved it. Especially liked Sue’s comments “Well, it’s just not important to me” about the Scrip Editors!

    Also I loved the ‘Fill In The Blanks’ game: “Black Orchard” and “The King’s Horses”.

    Good luck with Colin Baker – you can watch him ‘now’ and ‘then’ for the next 3 weeks!

  13. CJJC  November 12, 2012

    Don’t worry. He’s got twelve more of those suits at home, remember?

  14. Sean Alexander  November 12, 2012

    Neil, it’s obvious Sue’s humping Peter Davison…

  15. Rob  November 12, 2012

    What exactly happened with John Levene? Did he spill his drink on his suit or something? Disgusting language from John, doesn’t seem very approachable.

    • BWT  November 12, 2012

      Yeah, he’s certainly a unique experience. I once spent a few hours within slapping distance of the man. I’m still not sure what to make of the experience…

  16. BWT  November 12, 2012

    I loved the “Escape from Benton” sequence – obviously with the pint-spilling episode curtain-raiser at the start.

  17. Paul J  November 12, 2012

    Loved the whole Benton episode, laugh out loud funny!

  18. Merast  November 12, 2012

    Blimey, never meet your heroes eh! Always thought he was a bit unusual but never thought he was the aggressive type. Oh well…

  19. Paul Songer  November 12, 2012

    You didn’t need to bleep it. He IS a C…..

  20. Warren Andrews  November 12, 2012


    The John Levene moment was rather awkward…….:D:D:D:D:D

    • DPC  November 12, 2012

      At the 25 minute mark, that’s when the John Levene bit takes place.

      Seemed like an unintentional misunderstanding. I met him in 1991 and he seemed to be a decent bloke. I made a gaffe at that time as well, as I was not a Pertwee fan of the time but I liked Benton… Sue clearly tried to be nice and stuff, so it’s a shame it all went downhill. 🙁

  21. Paul Greaves  November 12, 2012

    Neil: Have you seen anyone famous since we last checked in?
    Sue: Tim Hirst
    Neil: That’s quite amazing

    That was hilarious. Was he being put into Magnus Greel’s Life-Essence Extractor Machine? 🙂

  22. AST  November 12, 2012

    With regard to Benton being a knob-end, it seems rather common with genre hangers-on to get an inflated sense of their own entitlement. Scotty and Chekov from Star Trek strutted around conventions for years making fun of Shatner when without him they wouldn’t have pot to piss in.

    • Tastyduckbutter  November 12, 2012

      Met Chekov at comic-con a couple of years ago and he was a complete twat.

  23. AST  November 12, 2012

    Hello all.

    I made the opening tune for the podcast (‘The Trouble With Regeneration’) and, because that Peter Howell riff is so damned good, here’s a version without the funny vocals should anyone want it. It’ll be on there for the next month or so.

  24. John  November 12, 2012

    I feel sorry for Sue after John Levine was so rude to her. A petition needs to be started for a formal apology.

    Hope you enjoy the Colin Baker years Sue, can’t wait till you reach the McCoy years and I hope you continue into the new series . 🙂

    • DPC  November 12, 2012

      I hope she finds stuff to enjoy from the remaining Classic eras… Based on some recent reviews, it’s hard to tell either way what she will or will not like, and that includes another adventure also directed by the sublime Graeme Harper… especially as she liked “Frontios”!

  25. Richard Lyth  November 12, 2012

    They should put John Levene in the jungle, everyone would be voting for him to do all the disgusting trials. Of course they would have to change the name of the show…

  26. Pendrenaha Fyndranaha  November 12, 2012

    Doctor Who-themed Moody Blues karaoke – I didn’t think I’d be listening to that when I got off the bus this evening.

    • Pendrenaha Fyndranaha  November 12, 2012

      Some really nice songwriting on there, though – if the creepy Sue song was an original, that has a great chorus, despite the… questionable lyrics. And the song towards the end sounded just like Glenn Tilbrook. A couple of great melodies.

  27. Paul Mc Elvaney  November 12, 2012

    Brilliant podcast, really made my day! Felt so sorry for Sue after the Levene escapade, he should have been honoured to meet the mighty Perryman! It’s great to hear that Michael Troughton is as nice as he seems.

  28. steve  November 12, 2012

    In the defence of Mr Benton – theres nothing more annoying than an overzealous fan. I mean repeatly asking him to do some link for the site – which he very kindly obliged and even tolerated your repeated witterings and then his drink is knocked !! I mean..come on..he’s allowed to be a bit peeved isnt he? we all have our rants. Do you really think this chap wanted to be there – at some convention? Now, obviously his behaviour was a little OTT – and yes, like you, it’s kindof disappointing and I suppose forever more will cast a shadow upon those glorious Pertwee episodes when Unit was so dominant. A disappointment all round then reall, for you, for the listener/reader/follower and for Benton himself.

    • Neil Perryman  November 12, 2012

      Thanks for that Gary. Why don’t you use your real name? Or your real email address?

      Now fuck off.

    • Wholahoop  November 12, 2012

      “Do you really think this chap wanted to be there”

      Well there’s an eye opener. I had always thought they were paid travel, accommodation and expenses or appearance fee if they were lucky and here Steve blows the gaffe wide open and highlights the important issue of actors being forced to attend conventions against their will, this needs an investigation. The DG could end up going for this. Hang on, what do you mean he’s already left the building?

    • John  November 13, 2012

      Didn’t want to be there? Was this some kind of charitable event he was attending out of the kindness of his heart? No, he was being paid and he was also using it to promote his subpar crooning and stand-up comedy. Fans, like Sue, have paid a lot of money to come and support the show they love, meet those involved with it and have a good time. They’re keeping the show alive and paying Levine’s wages and deserve some respect.

      Okay we can all fly off the handle now and then, we all make mistakes, as Sue did when she accidently knocked into him but her instant reaction was to apologise. Levine acted boorishly and aggressively to someone physically weaker than him, which must have been very intimating. I would be thoroughly ashamed if I had acted that way, as would any other decent human-being. I certainly won’t be attending any conventions where he is present and contributing to his retirement fund, unless he does the civilised thing and apologises, as Sue did.

      • John  November 13, 2012

        * Levene

      • Pendrenaha Fyndranaha  November 13, 2012

        “Fans, like Sue” – oh no, it’s official! 😉

        • John  November 13, 2012

          No longer a not-we. 😀

  29. Mag  November 12, 2012

    Calculating the Sue Appreciation Index (ratings total / number of ratings) for Davison stories puts him just behind T.Baker stories in Sue’s opinion.

    Hartnell: 5.03
    Troughton: 5.95
    Pertwee: 6.61
    T.Baker: 5.82
    Davison: 5.52

    Hartnell’s run is close to ‘average’ Who. So far every subsequent Doctor has surpassed the 1st. It’ll be interesting where C.Baker and McCoy land.

    • Gavin Noble  November 12, 2012

      Interesting that Pertwee is top given that Sue wasn’t overly fond of him.

      • Bestbrian  November 12, 2012

        There’re some real dogs in there. More than a few 1s and 2s that might have Hartnell moving up.

        • Mag  November 12, 2012

          I think what helps Pertwee out the most is Sue found his run had the fewest dogs. Davison, for comparison, was stuck with slightly more dogs than Hartnell.

          Sub-5 rated stories by Sue:
          Hartnell had 11 for 36.6%
          Troughton was 5 for 24%
          Pertwee 3 for 13%
          T.Bakers had 12 for 29%
          Davison had 7 for 36.8%

          If looking at higher than 5 rated stories:
          Hartnell 14 for 47%
          Troughton 15 for 71%
          Pertwee 16 for 69%
          T.Baker 23 for 56%
          Davison 10 for 53%

          5-rated stories:
          Hartnell 5 for 17%
          Troughton 1 for 5%
          Pertween 4 for 17%
          T.Baker 6 for 15%
          Davison 2 for 11%

          So if my tallies are correct, Davison had percentage-wise more “quality” stories than Hartnell had in Sue’s eyes. I think some of this is from changing tastes from the 1960s to 1980s television as the show moved from children’s television to “not for the kids” viewing. But simple “changing taste” doesn’t account for ’60s Troughton stories having a higher appreciation of quality by Sue than all other Doctors. Davison did better to overcome the deficits of the show than Hartnell did.

          It might be argued that Sue likes Troughton the best when the story is good, since he has the highest percentage of higher than 5 stories. What I think hurts Troughton the most is lower than average rating for The Tomb of the “Racist” Cyberman (4) and a low score for The Underwater Menace. I cannot but think that since Sue likes Zaroff, having Part 2 watchable again with Troughton’s finessed and subtle performance (and parts 1 and 4 animated (fingers-crossed) might tilt the tables in 2nd Doctor’s favor.

          Bring it back to Davison though, the 5th Doctor had simply more cruddy stories to contend with than any other Doctor other than the 1st.

          • Bestbrian  November 12, 2012

            Well than 6 should get a boost from having 2 back around.

          • encyclops  November 12, 2012

            I love that you did this — I was just looking at the ratings again and wondering how Davison stacked up. I’m still wondering how factors like the number of recons and the order of the eras weighed in. My gut feeling is that it’s harder to appreciate a recon (I know it will be for me if I ever get around to trying it — by the end of this experiment Sue will have watched more Doctor Who than I have, if she hasn’t already), and that more contemporary production values raise expectations of quality, to say nothing of the quality of what’s gone by in the past (that is, after you’ve seen the show’s high points, it seems like more average stories might get rated lower as a result).

            I don’t remember exactly what order I saw the show in my first time, but it was probably something like Pertwee, Tom Baker, Davison, maybe a Hartnell or two, then Colin Baker and a little more Hartnell, then McCoy and a little more Hartnell. I’m not sure I saw more than a single Troughton or two until the DVDs started coming out, though I’d read the novelisations of a chunk of them. I think that order — and the point in it where I started becoming conscious that there were other fans out there, somewhere around age 12 or so — probably had an effect on which Doctors I like best, which stories I have fondest memories of and like despite their supposed quality, and so on.

            And Sue is watching these in order, as an adult, having seen the new series first (right, Neil? or did she start watching it with you concurrent with the Experiment?), so she’s seeing them in a very different context. Given that, it’s almost surprising that in most cases (Robots of Death, Snakedance, sigh) we find so much in her impressions to agree with.

          • Jay  November 13, 2012

            Well, I told my friend last night “I once thought that maybe the Hartnell era was boring. No, it’s not, I’d simply been watching ‘The Daleks’.” There’s so very little to actually look at for “The Myth Makers” and “The Massacre” but I enjoyed them. “The Chase” moves as fast as the car chase in “Mitchell”. A good writer and script editor and, when available to see, a good director and lighting designer, can make this stuff really sail. Full-color, full-motion Pip&Jane…..I wanted to pull my teeth out. Also I’m still shocked and envious that Sue enjoyed “The Kings’ Demons” as much as she did (which IS crazily well-designed and constructed but my brain couldn’t take the plot).

            I’m fascinated by what happened in the mid-80s where, according to the documentaries and some reading between the lines, there was such a labor shortage. Eric Saward couldn’t get anyone to write and JNT couldn’t leave because no one else wanted the job. I can’t wait to watch the next five years unfold here.

    • Antti Björklund  November 13, 2012

      You beat me to it. I was just going to do an “average calculator” as well.

  30. steve  November 12, 2012

    So..your not allowed to pass comment unless you side with your wife? It clearly says, ‘Add a Comment’ – I listened to the podcast, laughed at it – which was the intention surely – and then after reading all the ‘Benton is a knob’ comments by ‘your fans’ decided to look at the situation a little more..objectively. I mean, Sue was asking this chap several times to say something..there comes a point when your patientice is gonna slip..and then to add insult to injury this pint!! Obviously the guy is a bit of a ***** ( wont resort to your disgusting and immature use of languge ) but it’s a 50/50 things here..end of the day..- from what i heard anyway – it wasnt that bad and kinda justifed.

    cheers for your feedback. Roll on the Colin years.

    g s t

    • Neil Perryman  November 12, 2012

      I never stop comments which are critical but you’ve been trolling under an assumed name for months. So that’s your last one.

  31. Max J  November 12, 2012

    Well, he should at least pretend he enjoyed being there. And getting that angry over a spill on the suit was completely unnecessary.

  32. steve  November 12, 2012

    Whatever Neil – you’ll of noticed then I didnt ‘troll’ as you like to put it during the lacklusture Davidson years..simply because unlike late Tom years I had little neigh nothing to say/be critical of/ or argue the case with/against – If you put something out there Neil and allow comments to be had, then expect feedback…..You come across as incrediably childish in situations like this must say.

    As a ‘new’ fan of Colin Baker however ( having listened to his audio WHO ) ..I ‘may’ re-evaluate Colin’s WHO years ..assuming i’m allowed to of course…actually scrub that..why waste my time/life.

    Thanks for the wakeup call.

    • Neil Perryman  November 12, 2012


    • Pendrenaha Fyndranaha  November 12, 2012

      It’s not that you were being critical, it’s that you were being a jerk about it.

      • Pendrenaha Fyndranaha  November 12, 2012

        For example, only saying anything when you had something to nag about; demanding the blog be shut down every time it didn’t meet your weird standards, mistaking it for some kind of scientific experiment and hectoring Neil at every opportunity about its authenticity. That’s not feedback, that’s being a creepy psycho-nerd.

        • Nick Mays  November 12, 2012

          “That’s not feedback, that’s being a creepy psycho-nerd.”

          Now THERE’S a new villain for a ‘Love and Monsters’ kind of adventure. The weird psycho-nerd (probably named ‘Steve’) lives in a darkened basement in it’s parents’ house and spews out bile across time and space via a computer keyboard…

        • Wholahoop  November 13, 2012

          Ooh that was good. I might use that

    • Pete  November 13, 2012


  33. Fuschia Begonia  November 12, 2012

    Superb editing there, Neil and congratulations to all the songsmiths – hilarious, thank you 🙂

    It is sad seeing Levene debasing himself for the least bit attention and behaving in an utterly shoddy way, particularly as he was laughing and joking as if nothing had happened when I came out of the hall a few minutes after the incident had occurred. Fortunately, most of the other people involved in the show are truly lovely people, just like Michael Troughton, so fingers crossed we’ll see Sue at another convention soon.

  34. Kieran  November 12, 2012

    Ha!!! f**king hilarious:) still laughing after the John Levine incident!! What a twat.. total over reaction but extremely funny to listen to. Great podcast guys.

    • Pendrenaha Fyndranaha  November 12, 2012

      A shame John isn’t famous, he’d be the perfect subject of a “Louis Meets…” Theroux doco. An absolutely self-absorbed nut-job. It’s lucky for him his self-delusion is so entertaining, frankly, otherwise he’d be stuffed.

      Have you ever seen his golfing video? It’s a gem.

      • Augie March  November 12, 2012

        I was thinking the same thoughts about Louis Theroux. Heard a fascinating interview with him a while ago on the Gallifreyean embassy podcast. Add that to his DVD commentaries and YouTube videos for a compelling (but sad) portrait of a fantasist.

        • Nick Mays  November 13, 2012

          Well, John Levene’s latest work, ‘The Ballads of Sergeant Benton’ says it all for me….

          When did he stop playing Benton officially? 1975. When did he last play him? A fan video in 1988. Ahem…

          “I based my portrayal of my Primord on Richard III”. Oh come ON! It was a werewolf-mutant-thing!

          • Frankymole  November 13, 2012

            The modern Royal family ARE werewolves, according to Rusty in “Tooth and Claw”? So it’s not much of a stretch to imagine previous Kings could be portrayed as similar monsters. I see a lot of Richard III in “Planet of Evil’s” Anti-Man, too. And Tlotoxl.

          • Nick Mays  November 13, 2012

            They’re portrayed by FAR better actors though!

          • Andrew Bowman  November 13, 2012

            I like the way he calls them ‘Promoids’. I don’t think it’s his Somerset accent (absolutely hilarious hearing ‘In My Life’ sung in it, by the way), he just thinks that what they were called!

          • Frankymole  November 14, 2012

            Pur-leeze. Wiltshire accent, not Somerset. The Wurzels are from Somerset and they sing great (or gert lush).

      • Paul Mudie  November 13, 2012

        “A shame John isn’t famous, he’d be the perfect subject of a “Louis Meets…” Theroux doco.”

        You should check out the new Claws of Axos Special Edition DVD. The lovely Toby Hadoke does just this very thing, when he spends a weekend “Living With Levene”!

        • wholahoop  November 14, 2012

          “Living Levene da Loca”

          Sorry, it had to be done

          • Nick Mays  November 14, 2012


            No, it really didn’t, believe me! ;o)

  35. Peter Lack  November 12, 2012

    Great podcast guys – the highs and lows of convention attendance hey? Such a shame that Sue’s first experience of this was tarnished somewhat, but glad to know that she’s not getting hung up on it. Really enjoyed the work of my fellow songwriters – great stuff as ever. Always great to be a small part of this blog.

    Looking forward to Colin and beyond!

  36. Piers Johnson  November 12, 2012

    Bloody lucky you didn’t spill Guiness on Louise Jameson, she’d have had your guts for garters.

  37. John Callaghan  November 13, 2012

    A big round of applause to everyone involved, as ever. Maaaaaaaaaaaarvellous!

    What’s the final podcast going to be, eh? A fully orchestrated operatic question-and-answer session? A shadow puppet show? A Cassetteboy-stye re-edit of the whole of Wife In Space so Sue is apparently talking about how much she loves Lost In Space?

    No? Fair enough!

  38. Jeff W  November 13, 2012

    Hi Neil and Sue! Great Podcast. I do have to say overall I didn’t like Davison’s Doctor until the last two episodes. I am being forced into the same kind of experiment by my Girlfriend a rabid Whovian. I am anxious to see what she makes of Colin Baker . I found him sort of refreshing after Davison bumbling around while the plot just happened to him. That being said I’m only one episode in .

  39. DamonD  November 13, 2012

    Thanks again for all the reviews so far in this fantastic experiment. And yet, even with all that’s gone before, we’re possibly getting into even more fascinating, controversial and occasionally wonderful territory now…

    Hope you both feel better soon!

  40. Paul Mudie  November 13, 2012

    That was a lovely podcast, and it made me chuckle as I was walking home from work last night. I was a bit shocked and disappointed when John Levene’s sense of humour failed him though! 🙁

  41. Siobhan Gallichan  November 13, 2012

    Ullo. Great podcast – again, curse you! Congratulations to all the songsmiths – truly wonderful work. Shame there was no fake Terrance, however….

    Now then, Levene… Just recorded 132 of The Flashing Blade Podcast (SPAM!!!) where we make mention of this incident and encourage our listeners to spill pints over the man. And also get an anecdote about him from a convention host…….

    The guy is an arse. But then, Sue is such a well rounded person I expect she’s got over this and is a far bigger person then he’ll ever be 🙂

  42. solar penguin  November 14, 2012

    I’ve finally found the time to listen to the podcast. Maybe my expectations had been twisted after reading the comments first, but am I the only one who feels sympathy for Benton in this situation?

    Look at it from his point of view: a strange drunk woman keeps badgering him to say a meaningless phrase into a microphone (and drunk women are usually annoying enough anyway, but this one seems to be the sort of crazed, obsessive fan that we all hate meeting), then she spills a drink over him!

    Of course he’s going to be pissed off with her. Who wouldn’t be? It’s not surprising his patience snapped and he let out a few naughty words, especially if he was a bit drunk too. I’d react exactly the same way as he did.

    • Neil Perryman  November 14, 2012

      Sue wasn’t drunk. And she isn’t a crazed fan. Apart from that, spot on.