Also, the Statue of Liberty is made of bronze, not stone.
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because it's cool.
Exactly. Nothing makes me feel more like a philosopher than having a glass of port in the evening. Not that philosophers are cool, mind you.
Philosophers are so f*cking cool. Their wisdom knows no bounds, and it increases tenfold when accompanied by a long silver mane of MANLINESS.
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I just googled it, and I can't find anything on statues having to be made of stone in order to turn into weeping angels.
Yeah, I don't think stone is a requirement. But still, it seemed like some pointless cinematic thing when the statue of liberty turned into an angel. If I remember correctly, it didn't serve any purpose in the plot whatsoever.
The only redeeming factor about that episode is that Amy and Rory finally left. I actually liked Rory, but not Amy.
why have i needed to say exactly the same thing 4 times ****ing hell
<PeskyPersian> The marsupial mole looks like he crashed out after a night of crazy partying.
<ArmorA> my spirit animal
<PeskyPersian> He'd be my spirit animal if he was holding an empty bottle of Jack and throwing up in the toilet.
Y'know, I've never watched Doctor Who. I can't say I feel like I'm missing out.
It clearly was to make it seem like ~the earth was in more danger oh noes~ because apparently the audience of Doctor Who regularly forgets what they're watching.But still, it seemed like some pointless cinematic thing when the statue of liberty turned into an angel. If I remember correctly, it didn't serve any purpose in the plot whatsoever.
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I could never really get into Dr. Who, is it really that meh?
I find game of thrones the most overrated show ever.