Moby Dick, The Water Babies and The UK Habitats of the Canadian Goose were the three Books of Knowledge which survived the fireball and were kept at the UK Habitat on Ravolox.
Think about me when you're living your life, one day after another, all in a neat pattern. Think about the homeless traveller in his old police box, his days like crazy paving.
You know the very powerful and the very stupid have one thing in common. They don't alter their views to fit the facts, they alter the facts to fit their views, which can be uncomfortable if you happen to be one of the facts that needs altering.
Yes, they were... I didn't think it was all that funny then... I've yet to be convinced I was wrong. :-)
I think that this was the moment when I realised that I had made a horrible, horrible error of judgement.
Posted by Michael
April 2, 2003 11:36 AM
I am lost ... what's this one about? In other news I passed my First Aid at work refresher course yesterday. I am more proud than the time I crossed the stage at Place des Arts in Montreal, with my family looking on from the balcony, to pick up grad degree ... damn I'm good.
It was going to be about Habitat. It isn't, though.
Ravolox turned out to be Earth didn't it?
You're showing off dangerous knowledge, dave.
linda 'oxo' bellingham, joan sims and capital radio's david rodigan were in the episode called 'trial of a timelord' (the aftermath of the ravolox business). poor storyline imho.
and the first episode in this story had a new version of the theme tune too. not that i ever watched dr who.
I still would like to know what happened in the 'deleted' scene.
Mel ate chocolate, while Balazar had carnal knowledge of Dibber. Or vice versa.