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artisanal film reviews | by maryann johanson

watch it: “Doctor Who: The Curse of Fatal Death”

I apologize in advance to everyone who’s not a Doctor Who fan. This show is the genesis of my geekiness, and I will never tire of it, and so here, for all those who feel the same way that I do — that Doctor Who is the pinnacle achievement of human civilization — is the hilarious, three-part 1999 parody from that year’s Comic Relief charity thingie, starring Rowan Atkinson as the Doctor, Jonathan Pryce as the Master, and Julia Sawalha (Saffron from Absolutely Fabulous) as Emma, the Doctor’s companion… and fiancée.

Also, “The Curse of Fatal Death” contains one of the very few instances of a fart joke that is actually funny.

(Thanks to jakob1978 for reminding me of this.)

Part 1:

(Parts 2 and 3 after the jump.)
Part 2:

The Doctor has regenerated into Richard E. Grant, but he’s not done regenerating yet…

Part 3:

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