Brilliant! Thanks for uploading. I simply cannot wait for the next exciting experiment! (Or the book)
So – definitely not a fan? Does that mean the experiment was a…. failure?
Thanks for a very entertaining blog, best of luck with the book and bring on the Blakes 7!
A brilliant way to end. Thanks to you both, and what a wonderful video 🙂
On a separate note: is there anywhere we can download all these songs? The “every story” song is brilliant.
Why, thank you very much! It can be heard here:
And there’s an instrumental version too.
No no, thank *you*
It’s great 🙂
Well worth the wait. I’m so looking forward to the book! And of course to the blog’s sequel…
Great video and blog!
Sad it’s over… can’t wait for the book and the follow up with Blake’s Seven!
I’ve been joking for a while that Sue should have regenerated into Lauren Laverne at the end, but this is a much better way to wrap it up. Great stuff – well done.
And I’ve enjoyed the community of commenters, too. My best regards to you! See you all on the other side…
It only occurred to me when watching this that Neil looks nothing like his cartoon!
A great way to end it all. Thanks all.
I had more hair when we started…
Thank you both. It’s been an exceptionally funny and touching journey. I shall miss them… Yes I shall miss them… Silly old fusspots. Looking forward to the book. Stay well and happy you two. X
You still have more hair than John. And less than me, which can only be a good thing.
*applauds wildly* That was delightful. Thank you both so much: I’ve tended to lurk more than commenting, because my 20th-century DW knowledge is a bit limited, but I’ve adored reading the blog, and I’m really looking forward to the book.
Patrick Troughton is Sue’s favourite. The experiment was a success! 😀 All the best for the future!
Congratulations. Lovely video.
What an hilarious video! The sight of you folks doing crazy dances to a rave version of “Klokleda Partha Mennin Klatch” caused me to spit out my Dubonnet Red…! Congratulations on a superb blog, I loved every minute of it. Yes, even those special “specialist” comments. Can’t wait for the book. xx
Thank you both so much for cracking entertainment. Can’t believe it’s been two years since the old Tachyon TV version. You never did answer my ‘jd honey or jim beam honey’ question though (which was important as I’m too cheap to buy both and see)
Great video, magnificent blog and wonderful people.
Those Sue scores in full:
Very cool indeed! Looks great. I saved it to my computer. Not sure what I’ll do with it, but I’m sure at some point in the future it’ll come in useful.
Great video. I eagerly await news of your future endeavors. Any chance the book will be available in some electronic form (Kindle/iTunes/other) in the USA? I will buy it on day one!
I believe that’s the plan, yes. Stay tuned!
I can’t believe it’s all over. It has been an absolute blast – inspired and inspiring.
You know, Blakes 7 is an adventure in space too 😉
Excellent adventures with a wife.
Only a little sad that no extra step into the 1999 “Curse of the Fatal Death” was taken – hopefully Sue has at least been exposed to this piece of … drama.
Since Blake 7 created by TFN … wonder how long till the first such comment from Sue.
PS. Paul – great graphic!
Well done Sue and Neil! I watched a Colin Baker episode on BBC America Saturday, but only after reading Sue’s comments-she was spot on.
On a side note, nice house. 🙂
Thanks for my thanks. A genuine thrill!
Is it just me or does the Adventures with a wife in a Birmingham Motel conjures up a totally different kind of blog in anyone else’s imagination??
I can’t believe its been as long as it has. Always entertaining, always unmissable…
Thanks guys, best of luck for the future…
Loved every letter of it. Thank you both.
Loved the summing up of all the Doctors. You might think that’s resentment on Jo’s face when the plate of sandwiches is whisked away but it’s terror. Sheer terror at the thought of facing any sliced bread products. The Third Doctor, what a guy! A snappy dresser AND utterly selfless when it comes to sandwich phobias.
Blake’s 7 would be cool (and this time I’ll be there at the beginning).
I predict Blake will get some stick from Sue, especially when he bosses Avon around.
Oddly enough, the “pompous twat” and Blake are two of my favorite characters.
When those B7 ending chords came up, for a second I thought it was the opening to the original Central TV jingle. I am SO ASHAMED.
Thanks guys for years of entertainment. I’m pre-ordering the book today.
The video was a funny and well deserved lap of honour and I can’t wait for the Adventures with the Wife in Federation Space!!
Best of luck with the book.
Loving the carpentry in your house.
Aww, that was lovely, you’re all lovely, Doctor Who is lovely. Thanks for the laughs and occasional insights.
Wonderful video. Congratulations and all the best. Maybe Neil should have to sit through the entirety of one of Sue’s favourite shows, one that he’s never really understood the appeal of?
Lovely guys, thanks for the trip. It’s been a lot of fun following this blog from the start and you’ve even made me think again on a few stories.
I’ll definitely be picking up the book!
One question: where has the “is it the Master?” count gone??
There never was one. You must be mistaken. It was always “Is it the Great Intelligence?” Jon Preddle explains the confusion in Timelink, as to why some people may mistakenly think there used to be an “Is it the Master?” count. He knows his stuff does Jon.
Ah I get it. Soon there’ll be an “Is it Clara?” along though 😀 Just as soon as she’s figured out what Sylv is doing dangling off that ice cliff…
Haha, Glen hasn’t lost his touch. 🙂
Nice house and really cute cat. I’m not too sure about the dog, though.
And it’s scary just how catchy that “every story” song turned out.
Not too sure about the dog? That’s Buffy – she’s one of the loveliest dogs in the world!
Okay, okay! What can I say? I’m more of a cat person than a dog person. And my two cats, Nettie and Squeaky, like to sit with me when I watch TV, including Doctor Who, so you know they have good taste.
Thanks to you both for a wonderful read. Laughs and insight in equal measure.
Oh poo, I’m going to have to buy and rewatch four bloody boxed sets now!
So disappointed – not that’s it was the final blog entry and the end of my journey with you two, but by the fact we never got see Nicol’s Myrka Cake! I feel cheated. Maybe it’ll turn in Africa in 40 years time amongst a consignment of other missing baked goods…
PS All the best to the clan Perryman and thank you for the entertainment over the past months.
Thank you, Perrymans! It’s been wonderful. Looking forward to the book and anything else you have up your sleeves.
All the best.
And so your timey wimey is neary weary
It’s time to face your final curtain
But wait, what’s this I hear
You’re back for certain
A book, a book to plug
A book so good, of it I’m ravin’
I cannot wait to see online
Adventures with the Wife and Avon
Or something like that
Thanks for the blog, good luck with the book, I will put it on my Christmas list
And so it ends… Just in the same way that Doctor Who has been a running, happy thread though Neil’s life, mine and millions of other fans, so too has the Blog been a running and happy part of my life for just over a year. And like the series the blog has helped me through some not-so-good times too. THANK YOU Guys – Sue, Neil, Nicol, Glen, Captain Jack, Buffy… excellent chaps, all of ’em! 🙂
Roll on the book and the new blog. Oh, and did I say? THANK YOU! It’s been fun – I don’t want to go!
It’s the end…but the moment has been prepared for.