- I've caught the cold that's going around the office. :-P I feel better today, but yesterday I was just ready to go home and sleep, which I did once we finished at noon. At least I have some time off to rest up.

- I was lazy and got behind on Class, which just goes to show how little I cared about it. That's not to say it was a completely horrible show, but it never caught my fancy like Doctor Who did. Maybe it was the characters. I don't think I grew attached to any of them. Angsty teen problems just don't interest me. And where the hell are they going with the show?

Spoilers for Class 1x08, "The Lost" )

Any word on whether Class was renewed? Maybe the BBC needs to resurrect Torchwood instead...

- Christmas tomorrow! And, by extension, a new episode of Doctor Who!! After a year of no Who, I'm willing to take anything. I haven't watched the trailer or the scene they released for Children in Need, so I'm going into the special pretty ignorant of the plot. There's something about superheroes in this one? All I know for certain is that one of the guest stars is a Canadian actor, so yay! I really hope there's a Coming Soon trailer, because they should have enough finished footage to give us a small glimpse of the new season.

- Speaking of Doctor Who Christmas specials, Space is airing all of them tomorrow (except for "The End of Time" for whatever reason). Thank you, Space. I think I'll just chill out and watch the marathon until it's time to head to my sister's place for dinner.
Space is nice enough to air Class in Canada so I didn't even have to watch the first two episodes through my usual means. I will freely admit that I was only mildly excited to watch this show. It's an unnecessary spin-off, but it's also new content in the Whoverse, so I'll take what I can get right now. I'll keep watching the rest of the season, but it won't be with great anticipation.

Spoilers for Class 1x01 and 1x02 )

At least we have something to watch until the Christmas Special. And if anyone is curious about Patrick Ness, I can't say this enough times: Go read The Rest of Us Just Live Here. It's also about kids attending a high school that's plagued with supernatural and sci-fi threats and it's the best YA novel ever.
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