It's going to be a long time before I manage to watch series 7 of Doctor Who, and the wait is going to be a nightmare. Our only source of Who over here is SyFy Portugal, which is airing the show from Monday to Friday. This Thursday they showed The Doctor, the Widow and the Wardrobe, and yesterday they had Rose - so I'm guessing S7 will only make an appearance once they reshow all of the previous seasons. *sighs*
To compensate, though, I'm rewatching some classics. I've watched The Two Doctors earlier, and came to the conclusion that Oscar Botcherby has got to be a descendant of Henry Gordon Jago from Talons of Weng-Chiang (which, given that both stories were penned by Robert Holmes, could be possible). Now I'm watching The Ribos Operation with the audio commentaries on (I promised I'd do it when Mary Tamm died, but didn't get to it), and came upon this hilarious exchange:
Tom: Who took over when you left?
Mary: Lalla. You do remember Lalla, right?
Tom: Oh yeah. We got married, you know.
Mary: Did you really? Gosh, that was brave.