This could work for the first eleven days of May. Can you say that for Star Wars?
Last night, I had an interesting dream. In my dream, I was being hunted by both Jedi Knights and Sith Lords. I ran as far away from that galaxy as I could, yet they maintained their pursuit. I ended up on an obscure world in the S-K System, the inhabitants referred to it as the planet Earth. Before the agents of the Force could find me, however, I ran into The Doctor. He defended me. When the Jedi and Sith found us, The Doctor used his sonic screwdriver to turn off their light sabers every time they turned them on. They ignited them, he turned them off, they reignited them, he turned them off again, on and off, on and off, for a long time. The agents of the Force became quite put off, and demanded to know the name of my savior. He replied, “I’m The Doctor.” They asked, “Doctor Who?” That’s when I woke up.
I like the first Marvel THOR (2011) film starring Chris Hemsworth and directed by Sir Kenneth Branagh. Christopher Eccleston (from Doctor Who) is set to portray Malekith as the main antagonist of the sequel film entitled THOR: THE DARK WORLD (2013). I would prefer THE MIGHTY THOR, but maybe they are saving that title for the third film.
As some of you know, Doctor Who has a spinoff TV series on the BBC network entitled Torchwood. Well, I just sent in my pilot screenplay for Janitor What? He’s a less impressive version of Doctor Who. When Gallifrey burned at the end of the Time War, a man known only as The Janitor jumped into the only TARDIS that he could find given his chosen profession, custodial engineering. He jumped into a TARDIS disguised as a port-a-potty, sometimes called a “Portable Sanitation Unit” or a “port-a-loo” in England. The Janitor travels through time and space saving people from crapping their pants during alien invasions. During the first episode, he meets The Doctor and promptly unclogs the TARDIS toilet. Then, he defeats the Daleks in a plunger duel.