I've enjoyed it for decades, and still do - even though it's mostly abandoned it's 'leave the kids happily scared' manifesto for its 'fast action, empower the women' one . I'll be sad to see David Tennant go - he's been the best of the crop for a long while, I think.
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There was a time when Dr Who was only broadcast on the Public Broadcast stations along with other educational programs...same with Monty Python's Flying Circus..now I can catch both of the shows on regular cable channels... The early version of Dr. Who, up till the late 60's, were my favorite...newer ones are ok but if I miss a show its no biggie....I miss all of the Flying Circus...seems the cable channels use the Flying Circus for special events.
While not exactly Monty Pythons Flying Circus I enjoy watching Do Not Adjust Your Set.....orginally planned for a childrens show it gained a large adult following and featured Idle, Palin, Jones, and Gilliiam and of course the Bonzo Dog Doo Dah band
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