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‘Doctor Who’: “The Girl in the Fireplace” wins Hugo

I’m hardly surprised: “The Girl in the Fireplace,” from last season’s Doctor Who, won the Hugo for Best Dramatic Presentation (Short Form) at Worldcon in Japan last night.

It was up against two other Whos: “Army of Ghosts/Doomsday” and “School Reunion” (as well as episodes of something called Battlestar Galactica and some other series, Stargate SG-Somethingorother).

Must get around to blogging about last year’s Tennants…

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  • PaulW

    Well, you’ve had a break this week with no Doctor, so now might be a good time to revisit the second revamped season. Either that or show us your Doctor Who/Red Dwarf crossover fanfic.

    Did you notice? Hugo awards are given out for Fanfic writers!!!

  • PaulW…well…not generally.

    While I loved Girl in the Fireplace, I actually voted for 200/Stargate SG1. I thought Stargate was a horrible idea, and never watched it until a few years ago. But then I started to watch it. Stargate got clever, and, sometimes, it was extremely clever and entertaining. 200 is extremely clever.

  • PaulW

    Not generally? What is the Hugo Award for Best Fan Writer then, if not for fanfic writers?

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