It’s not just Donna Noble that wants to be the Doctor. Sure, being a companion is great, but being witness to space and time history over and over again? I could do that job. Sign me up.
It’s a lonely life, but let’s gloss over that for a minute and pretend like I’m going to work… as the Doctor.
In complete honesty, I’m brand new to Doctor Who, and I only found an episode on Netflix because Liz asked me to prep for BGC’s 30 days of Doctor Who. The episode was called “Blink” and featured Carey Mulligan fishing around and solving timey wimey problems while the Doctor was stuck in 1969.
But now I’m hooked. And lucky for me, I had a Doctor Who fan and near-expert at my fingertips: my sister! Meet Tessa Bauer: a 24-year-old chemist with streaks of glambition and fabulosity. Her shoe collection rivals Carrie Bradshaw’s (in the first few seasons, at least), she thrives on mixing chemicals and tinkering with lab equipment, and she’s been known to let her dog get a little pudgy.
So here you have it: a conversation between two sisters about the adventurous, charming, cheeky and brilliant Doctor Who. Enjoy!
Me: So let’s start with this, very basic: why do you enjoy watching Doctor Who?
Tessa: Hmm. Well I started watching Doctor Who because I felt like I needed to expand my nerdiness.
Me: Your nerdiness?
Remember this? Well, I wasn’t full of shit. I really do love pins. And I had to have that TARDIS one.
I think it looks pretty good in all these capacities. Lapel. Clutch. Necklace. Hair. All lovely. All sophisticated. All conversation starters. Most importantly, I can go to work without causing a stir.
Looking at thees pictures it’s pretty clear that I haven’t been able to properly process my weight loss either… like, it doesn’t seem real to me. I am proud of myself. I’ll write about it someday, once I figure out what the hell there is to say.
Either way, I had way too much fun playing dress up with this pin… So watch this video to check out the fifth way to wear the pin:
I had to give you a reason to click play after all…
If you care at all what I’m wearing: