Wow, wow, be carefull Kirk. If you go on with this self-pity and your dramatic discrepance, you are in.
You will stop beeing a Mary Sue and becoming a really deep and interesting character.
As soon as I manage to compose myself and cease lol'ing I'll go check out the next page.
She said just what I tought. "Inner Sue" We all have one....
my god this was great, looks like kirk needs a doctor!
That said, I know it's not uncommon to see something popular circulate the web (Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, My Little Pony etc.) but with Doctor Who, it irks me more because of what aspects of the show are focused on. Namely, the "witty" one liners, the sappy emotional stuff surrounding Who #10, and all the romance shit.
Doctor Who has long been famous for its engaging time travel and sci-fi stories, however, some time around the arrival of Matt Smith, it attracted a fan base of girls who cared more about the vicarious thrill of being a "companion" to a cute British guy, than about time travel adventures or robots. This has caused the writing quality to suffer a great deal, with continuity being paid little attention to (continuity is key for time travel stories), entire story arcs being tossed aside, and bad fan fic style writing featuring characters like this www.silverpetticoatreview.com/…
So, yeah, that's why I have contempt for Doctor Who. It's annoying, which is such a shame too, because I'm told (by friends who watch it) that it was really good in the beginning.
None of that changes the fact that the writing quality has suffered immensely. It has gotten so bad, Christopher Eccleston (#9) didn't even want to come back for the 50th Anniversary story, which is why his role in 'Day of the Doctor' was filled by a Doctor played by John Hurt. I've seen enough gif sets of David Tennant weeping in the rain to last me a while.
Sorry, but I don't really have any interest in Doctor Who. Perhaps in another time (get it?) but not now.
I'm cackling XD